Atomic physics, Binding energy, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum mechanics and Dipole are his primary areas of study. His Atomic physics research includes themes of Valence, Spectral line and Ionization. The Valence study combines topics in areas such as Group theory, Molecular physics, Basis set and Ionization energy.
His work carried out in the field of Binding energy brings together such families of science as Hydrogen bond and Physical chemistry. His research integrates issues of Basis, Electronic correlation, Quadrupole, Polarization and Finite field in his study of Quantum electrodynamics. His Dipole study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Perturbation theory, Multipole expansion, Polarizability, Atom and Debye.
Geerd H. F. Diercksen spends much of his time researching Atomic physics, Dipole, Molecule, Electronic correlation and Quantum mechanics. His Atomic physics study incorporates themes from Ionization and Basis set. His work is dedicated to discovering how Ionization, Valence are connected with Atomic orbital and other disciplines.
His Dipole study combines topics in areas such as Perturbation theory, Quadrupole, Perturbation, Polarizability and Computational chemistry. The various areas that Geerd H. F. Diercksen examines in his Polarizability study include Ion and Quantum electrodynamics. His Configuration interaction research includes elements of Potential energy and Wave function.
His main research concerns Atomic physics, Wave function, Configuration interaction, Excited state and Electron. In his work, Polarizability is strongly intertwined with Dipole, which is a subfield of Atomic physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Triplet state, Quantum number, Quantum dot, Singlet state and Anharmonicity in addition to Wave function.
Geerd H. F. Diercksen has included themes like Harmonic oscillator, Electronic correlation, Cluster, Electronic structure and Diatomic molecule in his Configuration interaction study. Geerd H. F. Diercksen studied Excited state and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods that intersect with Autoionization, Ab initio, Center of mass, Oscillator strength and Rydberg molecule. His studies in Electron integrate themes in fields like Ion and Full configuration interaction.
Geerd H. F. Diercksen mainly investigates Atomic physics, Configuration interaction, Helium atom, Wave function and Plasma. Geerd H. F. Diercksen interconnects Dipole, Electron and Polarizability in the investigation of issues within Atomic physics. His Dipole research incorporates themes from Hydrogen anion, Electric field, Lithium Cation and Opacity.
His research investigates the connection with Configuration interaction and areas like Lithium atom which intersect with concerns in Bound state and Electronic structure. His studies deal with areas such as Electron density and Harmonic oscillator as well as Wave function. His Plasma study also includes
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Methods in Computational Molecular Physics
G. H. F. Diercksen;Stephen Wilson.
Self‐Consistent Perturbation Theory. II. Extension to Open Shells
R. McWeeny;G. Diercksen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1968)
SCF-CI studies of correlation effects on hydrogen bonding and ion hydration
Geerd H. F. Diercksen;Wolfgang P. Kraemer;Björn O. Roos.
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts (1975)
Correlation effects in the ionization of hydrocarbons
L. S. Cederbaum;W. Domcke;J. Schirmer;W. von Niessen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1978)
Self‐Consistent Perturbation Theory. I. General Formulation and Some Applications
G. Diercksen;R. McWeeny.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1966)
On the accuracy of ionization potentials calculated by Green’s functions
W. von Niessen;G. H. F. Diercksen;L. S. Cederbaum.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1999)
Legitimate calculation of first-order molecular properties in the case of limited CI functions. Dipole moments
Geerd H.F. Diercksen;Björn O. Roos;Andrzej J. Sadlej.
principles and practice of constraint programming (1981)
Interplanar binding and lattice relaxation in a graphite dilayer.
S. B. Trickey;F. Müller-Plathe;G. H. F. Diercksen;J. C. Boettger.
Physical Review B (1992)
Computational Techniques in Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Physics
G. H. F. Diercksen;B. T. Sutcliffe;A. Veillard.
Computational Techniques in Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Physics (1975)
SCF-MO-LCGO studies on hydrogen bonding. The water dimer
Geerd H. F. Diercksen.
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts (1971)
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