Gardiner H. MyersAssociate Professor Emeritus
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Development of novel, rigorous, computationally tractable theory of molecular energetics and dynamics.
Explicitly time-dependent theory beyond the adiabatic approximation for the study of molecular processes and atomic collisions.
Application of such theory to the study of elementary chemical reactions, such as electron transfer (intra – and intermolecular), energy transfer, and rearrangements.
Application to first principles calculations of rate constants for elementary gas phase reactions.
Application to the interaction of molecular systems with external fields, such as intense laser fields.
pplication to the study of optical and conduction properties of polymeric systems.
Development and application of Green’s function or propagator methods to the theoretical study of molecular spectroscopy.