2023 - Research.com Physics in Germany Leader Award
2015 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Chemistry
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atomic physics, Ionization, Quantum mechanics, Ab initio and Spectral line. His Atomic physics research includes themes of Valence, Electron and Molecule. His study in Ionization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electronic correlation, Binding energy and Atoms in molecules.
His Quantum mechanics study frequently links to other fields, such as Statistical physics. His Ab initio research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Vibronic coupling, Molecular physics, Electronic structure and Photoemission spectroscopy. His Spectral line research incorporates themes from Double ionization and Excitation.
Lorenz S. Cederbaum spends much of his time researching Atomic physics, Ionization, Quantum mechanics, Electron and Spectral line. His specific area of interest is Atomic physics, where Lorenz S. Cederbaum studies Excited state. The Excited state study combines topics in areas such as Excitation and Ground state.
His research in Ionization intersects with topics in Valence, Molecular physics and Electronic correlation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atom and Electronic structure. He works mostly in the field of Spectral line, limiting it down to concerns involving Auger and, occasionally, Auger electron spectroscopy.
His primary scientific interests are in Atomic physics, Ionization, Electron, Molecular physics and Excited state. Lorenz S. Cederbaum studies Interatomic Coulombic decay, a branch of Atomic physics. His Ionization study which covers Photon that intersects with Neon.
Lorenz S. Cederbaum has researched Electron in several fields, including Spectroscopy, Fullerene and State. The various areas that Lorenz S. Cederbaum examines in his Molecular physics study include Valence, Electronic states and Molecule. The Excited state study which covers Ground state that intersects with Bose–Einstein condensate.
His primary areas of investigation include Atomic physics, Ionization, Quantum mechanics, Excited state and Ground state. His Atomic physics research is mostly focused on the topic Interatomic Coulombic decay. His work deals with themes such as Ultrashort pulse, Atom, Core electron and Photon, which intersect with Ionization.
As part of one scientific family, Lorenz S. Cederbaum deals mainly with the area of Quantum mechanics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Classical mechanics, and often Weak interaction, Schrödinger's cat, Universality and Arbitrarily large. His research in Excited state intersects with topics in Charge, Ab initio and Excitation. He interconnects Hartree, Particle, Schrödinger equation, Momentum and Observable in the investigation of issues within Boson.
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The multi-configurational time-dependent Hartree approach
HD Meyer;Uwe Manthe;LS Cederbaum.
Chemical Physics Letters (1990)
Multimode molecular dynamics beyond the Born-Oppenheimer approximation
H Köppel;W Domcke;L. S Cederbaum.
Advances in Chemical Physics (1984)
Theoretical Aspects of Ionization Potentials and Photoelectron Spectroscopy: A Green's Function Approach
L. S. Cederbaum;W. Domcke.
Computational methods for the one-particle green's function
W. von Niessen;J. Schirmer;L.S. Cederbaum.
Computer Physics Reports (1984)
Wave‐packet dynamics within the multiconfiguration Hartree framework: General aspects and application to NOCl
Uwe Manthe;H.‐D. Meyer;Lorenz S Cederbaum.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1992)
Multimode Molecular Dynamics Beyond the Born‐Oppenheimer Approximation
H. Köuppel;W. Domcke;L. S. Cederbaum.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 57 (2007)
Beyond Born-Oppenheimer: molecular dynamics through a conical intersection.
Graham A. Worth;Lorenz S. Cederbaum.
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry (2004)
Giant Intermolecular Decay and Fragmentation of Clusters
L. S. Cederbaum;J. Zobeley;F. Tarantelli.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
New approach to the one-particle Green's function for finite Fermi systems
J. Schirmer;L. S. Cederbaum;O. Walter.
Physical Review A (1983)
One-body Green's function for atoms and molecules: theory and application
L S Cederbaum.
Journal of Physics B (1975)
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