Book Recommendation #3

Decoherence is a process where a pure quantum mechanical system (described by a wavefunction) reduces to a statistical mixture of states (described by a density matrix). It is of great relevance for a wide variety of problems in Chemistry and Physics such as quantum-classical transition, relaxation, energy and electron transfer, quantum information and computation. The … Continue reading Book Recommendation #3

APS meeting in LA

I presented our group's recent work on the APS March meeting in Los Angeles including B. Gu, W. Hu, and I. Franco, "Quantifying early-time decoherence dynamics through fluctuations"; B. Gu and I. Franco, "Partial hydrodynamic representation of quantum molecular dynamics" ; B. Gu, A. Garzon, I. Franco, "Optical absorption properties of laser-dressed matter"; R. Carey, L. … Continue reading APS meeting in LA