Marco Garavelli mainly focuses on Photochemistry, Excited state, Chromophore, Photoisomerization and Conical intersection. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ab initio, Retinal, Double bond and Triplet state. The concepts of his Excited state study are interwoven with issues in Potential energy, Isomerization, Cis trans isomerization and Raman spectroscopy.
His Chromophore research integrates issues from Spectroscopy, Solvation, Absorption, Rhodopsin and Absorption spectroscopy. His research in Photoisomerization intersects with topics in Schiff base and Singlet state. His studies examine the connections between Conical intersection and genetics, as well as such issues in Mechanistic organic photochemistry, with regards to Molecular systems.
Excited state, Photochemistry, Conical intersection, Photoisomerization and Chromophore are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spectral line, Molecular physics, Potential energy and Ground state in addition to Excited state. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Relaxation, Ab initio, Singlet state, Molecule and Double bond.
His Conical intersection research includes elements of Wave packet and Mechanistic organic photochemistry. His research investigates the link between Photoisomerization and topics such as Photochromism that cross with problems in Quantum yield. His Chromophore study incorporates themes from Computational chemistry, Retinal, Molecular switch and Absorption spectroscopy.
His primary areas of study are Spectroscopy, Molecular physics, Excited state, Conical intersection and Ultrafast laser spectroscopy. His work carried out in the field of Spectroscopy brings together such families of science as Chemical physics, Nanotechnology, Spectral line, Electronic structure and Molecule. He combines subjects such as Absorption, Photon, Potential energy, Colloidal gold and Surface plasmon resonance with his study of Molecular physics.
His study of Singlet state is a part of Excited state. The various areas that he examines in his Conical intersection study include Scattering, X-ray crystallography, Diffraction, Photoisomerization and Surface hopping. His Surface modification study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photochemistry and Isomerization.
His primary areas of investigation include Spectroscopy, Molecular physics, Molecule, Electronic structure and Spectral line. His studies examine the connections between Spectroscopy and genetics, as well as such issues in Nanotechnology, with regards to Molecular systems, Ultraviolet and Infrared. His studies in Molecular physics integrate themes in fields like Active space, Electron, Atomic orbital, Excited state and Potential energy.
In the subject of general Excited state, his work in Singlet state is often linked to Computation, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Electronic structure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computational science, Quantum chemistry, Wave function and Density functional theory. As part of his studies on Spectral line, he often connects relevant subjects like Conical intersection.
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Molcas 8: New capabilities for multiconfigurational quantum chemical calculations across the periodic table.
Francesco Aquilante;Jochen Autschbach;Rebecca K. Carlson;Liviu F. Chibotaru.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (2016)
Conical intersection dynamics of the primary photoisomerization event in vision
Dario Polli;Piero Altoè;Oliver Weingart;Katelyn Marie Spillane.
On the Mechanism of the cis−trans Isomerization in the Lowest Electronic States of Azobenzene: S0, S1, and T1
Alessandro Cembran;Fernando Bernardi;Marco Garavelli;Laura Gagliardi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Computational evidence in favor of a two-state, two-mode model of the retinal chromophore photoisomerization
Remedios González-Luque;Marco Garavelli;Fernando Bernardi;Manuela Merchán.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
The C5H6NH2+ Protonated Shiff Base: An ab Initio Minimal Model for Retinal Photoisomerization
M. Garavelli;P. Celani;F. Bernardi;M. A. Robb.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
Ab Initio Photoisomerization Dynamics of a Simple Retinal Chromophore Model
Thom Vreven;Fernando Bernardi;Marco Garavelli;Massimo Olivucci.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
Photoisomerization Path for a Realistic Retinal Chromophore Model: The Nonatetraeniminium Cation
Marco Garavelli;Thom Vreven;Paolo Celani;Fernando Bernardi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1998)
The Different Photoisomerization Efficiency of Azobenzene in the Lowest nπ* and ππ* Singlets: The Role of a Phantom State
Irene Conti;Marco Garavelli;Giorgio Orlandi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Can Diarylethene Photochromism Be Explained by a Reaction Path Alone? A CASSCF Study with Model MMVB Dynamics
Martial Boggio-Pasqua;Marcella Ravaglia;Michael J. Bearpark;Marco Garavelli.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2003)
A global investigation of excited state surfaces within time-dependent density-functional response theory.
M. Wanko;M. Garavelli;F. Bernardi;Thomas A. Niehaus.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2004)
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