Ronnie Kosloff

Ronnie Kosloff

The Sonneborn Professor of Theoretical Chemistry
Ronnie Kosloff
Quantum molecular dynamics constitutes the thrust of my research. The goal is to gain insight into realistic elementary chemical encounters. This requires the development and application of a quantum description to molecular processes. In particular the emphasis is on time-dependent approaches which can follow naturally the stream of events.
 

The main topics of study are:

Coherent chemistry: light induced processes.

Coherent control and laser cooling.

Dynamical processes on surfaces.

Quantum thermodynamics.

Computational and teaching methods.

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