His scientific interests lie mostly in Excited state, Femtosecond, Fluorescence, Photochemistry and Fluorescence anisotropy. His Excited state study is related to the wider topic of Atomic physics. His studies in Atomic physics integrate themes in fields like Fluorescence spectroscopy and Helix.
As a part of the same scientific family, Thomas Gustavsson mostly works in the field of Femtosecond, focusing on Relaxation and, on occasion, Chloroform and Stokes shift. He frequently studies issues relating to Analytical chemistry and Fluorescence. The various areas that Thomas Gustavsson examines in his Fluorescence anisotropy study include Delocalized electron, Time-resolved spectroscopy, Anisotropy and Photon upconversion.
His main research concerns Excited state, Fluorescence, Photochemistry, Femtosecond and Atomic physics. His Excited state research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Quantum yield, Proton and Ground state. His study in Fluorescence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Relaxation and Analytical chemistry.
His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Intramolecular force, DNA, Photon upconversion, Acetonitrile and Aqueous solution. His Femtosecond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Internal conversion and Picosecond. His research in Atomic physics intersects with topics in Inelastic scattering, Delocalized electron and Anisotropy.
His primary areas of investigation include MicroMegas detector, Detector, Photocathode, Optics and Cherenkov radiation. His MicroMegas detector research integrates issues from Charged particle and Photon. His work carried out in the field of Cherenkov radiation brings together such families of science as Radiator, Electron, Picosecond and Femtosecond.
His biological study deals with issues like Nucleobase, which deal with fields such as Excited state. He has researched Excited state in several fields, including Fluorescence spectroscopy, Acridone, Conformational isomerism, Computational chemistry and Absorption spectroscopy. The Femtosecond study combines topics in areas such as Pyranine, Proton and Triphenylamine.
His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Photocathode, Detector, MicroMegas detector and Photomultiplier. Thomas Gustavsson undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Optics and Jitter through his research. His research on Photocathode frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cherenkov radiation.
His work focuses on many connections between MicroMegas detector and other disciplines, such as Charged particle, that overlap with his field of interest in Nuclear physics, Large Hadron Collider, Luminosity and Picosecond. His Photomultiplier research includes themes of Telescope, Photoelectric effect and Microchannel plate detector. His Electron research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ultrashort pulse, Cathodoluminescence, Ion, Ionization and Atomic physics.
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Singlet Excited-State Behavior of Uracil and Thymine in Aqueous Solution: A Combined Experimental and Computational Study of 11 Uracil Derivatives
Thomas Gustavsson;Akos Bányász;Elodie Lazzarotto;Dimitra Markovitsi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Fluorescence Properties of DNA Nucleosides and Nucleotides: A Refined Steady-State and Femtosecond Investigation
D. Onidas;D. Markovitsi;Sylvie Marguet;A. Sharonov.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2002)
Primary ultrafast events preceding the photoinduced proton transfer from pyranine to water
T.-H Tran-Thi;T.-H Tran-Thi;T Gustavsson;T Gustavsson;C Prayer;C Prayer;S Pommeret.
Chemical Physics Letters (2000)
Femtosecond Spectroscopic Study of Relaxation Processes of Three Amino-Substituted Coumarin Dyes in Methanol and Dimethyl Sulfoxide
T. Gustavsson;L. Cassara;V. Gulbinas;G. Gurzadyan.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (1998)
DNA/RNA: Building Blocks of Life Under UV Irradiation
Thomas Gustavsson;Roberto Improta;Dimitra Markovitsi.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010)
Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy of high-lying electronic states of Zn-tetraphenylporphyrin
G. G. Gurzadyan;T.-H. Tran-Thi;T. Gustavsson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1998)
Molecular spectroscopy: Complexity of excited-state dynamics in DNA
Dimitra Markovitsi;Francis Talbot;Thomas Gustavsson;Delphine Onidas.
Solvent effect on the singlet excited-state lifetimes of nucleic acid bases: A computational study of 5-fluorouracil and uracil in acetonitrile and water.
Fabrizio Santoro;Vincenzo Barone;Thomas Gustavsson;Roberto Improta.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Thymine, thymidine and thymidine 5′-monophosphate studied by femtosecond fluorescence upconversion spectroscopy
Thomas Gustavsson;Alexei Sharonov;Dimitra Markovitsi.
Chemical Physics Letters (2002)
Collective behavior of Franck-Condon excited states and energy transfer in DNA double helices
Dimitra Markovitsi;Delphine Onidas;Thomas Gustavsson;Francis Talbot.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
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