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Engineering and Technology
D-index
85
Citations
31,560
676
World Ranking
85
National Ranking
40

Physics
D-index
78
Citations
30,825
673
World Ranking
2369
National Ranking
1181

2004 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

1975 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Electron

Optimal control, Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Applied mathematics and Classical mechanics are his primary areas of study. His study on Optimal control also encompasses disciplines like

- Excitation that intertwine with fields like Laser,
- Algorithm which intersects with area such as Monotonic function. His studies in Quantum integrate themes in fields like Field, Hamiltonian, Controllability and Observable.

The Applied mathematics study combines topics in areas such as High-dimensional model representation, Reproducing kernel Hilbert space, Interpolation, Nonlinear system and Computational chemistry. He interconnects Differential equation, Statistical physics, Wave function and Schrödinger equation in the investigation of issues within Classical mechanics. His Differential equation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Green's function, Partial differential equation and Sensitivity.

- Teaching lasers to control molecules. (1207 citations)
- Whither the future of controlling quantum phenomena (836 citations)
- Coherent control of quantum dynamics: the dream is alive. (749 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Optimal control, Statistical physics and Classical mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Controllability and Observable in addition to Quantum. His work on Quantum mechanics deals in particular with Hamiltonian, Open quantum system and Quantum information.

His studies link Quantum process with Open quantum system. His Optimal control study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Field, Control theory and Topology.

- Quantum (19.40%)
- Quantum mechanics (17.55%)
- Optimal control (17.55%)

- Quantum (19.40%)
- Quantum mechanics (17.55%)
- Optimal control (17.55%)

His primary areas of study are Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Optimal control, Quantum system and Topology. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Classical mechanics, Statistical physics, Robust control and Observable. He works in the field of Quantum mechanics, focusing on Quantum information in particular.

The concepts of his Optimal control study are interwoven with issues in Field, Control variable and Laser. His Quantum system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hamiltonian, Controllability and Quantum technology. Herschel Rabitz has included themes like Qubit and Unitary transformation in his Topology study.

- Efficient measurement of quantum dynamics via compressive sensing. (170 citations)
- General formulation of HDMR component functions with independent and correlated variables (101 citations)
- Sampling-based learning control of inhomogeneous quantum ensembles (77 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Mathematical analysis

Herschel Rabitz focuses on Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Optimal control, Quantum system and Field. His Quantum research includes elements of Laser, Statistical physics and Robust control, Robustness. He combines subjects such as Coupling and Order with his study of Quantum mechanics.

His Optimal control research focuses on Control variable and how it connects with Hessian matrix. His studies in Quantum system integrate themes in fields like Quantum technology, Jacobian matrix and determinant, Observable, Hamiltonian and Topology. His Field study which covers Classical mechanics that intersects with Macroscopic quantum phenomena.

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Teaching lasers to control molecules.

Richard S. Judson;Herschel Rabitz.

Physical Review Letters **(1992)**

1976 Citations

Coherent control of quantum dynamics: the dream is alive.

Warren S. Warren;Herschel Albert Rabitz;Mohammed Dahleh.

Science **(1993)**

1265 Citations

Whither the future of controlling quantum phenomena

Herschel Rabitz;Regina de Vivie-Riedle;Marcus Motzkus;Karl Kompa.

Science **(2000)**

1213 Citations

Selective bond dissociation and rearrangement with optimally tailored, strong-field laser pulses.

Robert J. Levis;Getahun M. Menkir;Herschel Rabitz.

Science **(2001)**

1087 Citations

Optimal control of quantum-mechanical systems: Existence, numerical approximation, and applications

Anthony P. Peirce;Mohammed A. Dahleh;Herschel Albert Rabitz.

Physical Review A **(1988)**

1053 Citations

General foundations of high-dimensional model representations

Herschel Albert Rabitz;Ömer F. Aliş.

Journal of Mathematical Chemistry **(1999)**

844 Citations

Control of quantum phenomena: past, present and future

Constantin Brif;Raj Chakrabarti;Herschel Albert Rabitz.

New Journal of Physics **(2010)**

787 Citations

Sensitivity Analysis in Chemical Kinetics

H. Rabitz;M. Kramer;D. Dacol.

Annual Review of Physical Chemistry **(1983)**

608 Citations

Optimal control of selective vibrational excitation in harmonic linear chain molecules

Shenghua Shi;Andrea Woody;Herschel Rabitz.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1988)**

567 Citations

Efficient input-output model representations

Herschel Albert Rabitz;Ömer F. Aliş;Jeffrey Shorter;Kyurhee Shim.

Computer Physics Communications **(1999)**

526 Citations

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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.

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