Publications

Preprints

  1. S. Lee, J. Lee, H. Zhai, Y. Tong, A. M. Dalzell, A. Kumar, P. Helms, J. Gray, Z.-H. Cui, W. Liu, M. Kastoryano, R. Babbush, J. Preskill, D. R. Reichman, E. T. Campbell, E. F. Valeev, L. Lin and G. K.-L. Chan, Is there evidence for exponential quantum advantage in quantum chemistry?. arXiv:2208.02199 (2022).
  2. J. Lee, H. Q. Pham and D. R. Reichman, Twenty Years of Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo in Quantum Chemistry: An Overview and Assessment on Main Group Chemistry and Bond-Breaking. arXiv:2208.01280 (2022).
  3. L. Berthier and D. R. Reichman, Modern computational studies of the glass transition. arXiv:2208.02206 (2022).
  4. J. Lee, D. R. Reichman, R. Babbush, N. C. Rubin, F. D. Malone, B. O'Gorman and W. J. Huggins, Response to "Exponential challenges in unbiasing quantum Monte Carlo algorithms with quantum computers". arXiv:2207.13776 (2022).
  5. L. P. Lindoy, Y.-W. Chang and D. R. Reichman, Two-Dimensional Spectroscopy of Two-Dimensional Materials. arXiv:2206.01799 (2022).
  6. L. P. Lindoy, A. Mandal and D. R. Reichman, Resonant Cavity Modification of Ground State Chemical Kinetics. arXiv:2205.05142 (2022).
  7. D. Xu, A. Mandal, J. M. Baxter, S.-W. Cheng, I. Lee, H. Su, S. Liu, D. R. Reichman and M. Delor, Ultrafast imaging of coherent polariton propagation and interactions. arXiv:2205.01176 (2022).
  8. C. Zhang, J. Sous, D. R. Reichman, M. Berciu, A. J. Millis, N. V. Prokof'ev and B. V. Svistunov, Bipolaronic high-temperature superconductivity. arXiv:2203.07380 (2022).
  9. W. Dou, J. Lee, D. R. Reichman, R. Baer and E. Rabani, Time dependent second order Green's function theory for neutral excitations. arXiv:2201.06690 (2022).
  10. N. Tay, K. A. Ryu, J. Weber, A. Olow, D. Reichman, R. Oslund, O. Fadeyi and T. Rovis, Targeted Activation in Localized Protein Environments via Deep Red Photoredox Catalysis . ChemRxiv (2021).

2022

  1. P. J. Robinson, I. S. Dunn and D. R. Reichman, Cumulant methods for electron-phonon problems. I. Perturbative expansions. Physical Review B 105, 224304 (2022).
  2. P. J. Robinson, I. S. Dunn and D. R. Reichman, Cumulant methods for electron-phonon problems. II. The self-consistent cumulant expansion. Phys. Rev. B 105, 224305 (2022).
  3. J. L. Weber, H. Vuong, P. A. Devlaminck, J. Shee, J. Lee, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, A Localized-Orbital Energy Evaluation for Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 18, 3447-3459 (2022).
  4. B. Rudshteyn, J. L. Weber, D. Coskun, P. A. Devlaminck, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman, J. Shee and R. A. Friesner, Calculation of Metallocene Ionization Potentials via Auxiliary Field Quantum Monte Carlo: Toward Benchmark Quantum Chemistry for Transition Metals. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 18, 2845-2862 (2022).
  5. W. J. Huggins, B. A. O’Gorman, N. C. Rubin, D. R. Reichman, R. Babbush and J. Lee, Unbiasing fermionic quantum Monte Carlo with a quantum computer. Nature 603, 416-420 (2022).

2021

  1. M. Ceriotti, L. Jensen, D. E. Manolopoulos, T. J. Martinez, A. Michaelides, J. P. Ogilvie, D. R. Reichman, Q. Shi, J. E. Straub, C. Vega, L.-S. Wang, E. Weiss, X. Zhu, J. L. Stein and T. Lian, 2020 JCP Emerging Investigator Special Collection. The Journal of Chemical Physics 155, 230401 (2021).
  2. C. Liu, G. Biroli, D. R. Reichman and G. Szamel, Dynamics of liquids in the large-dimensional limit. Physical Review E 104, 054606 (2021).
  3. J. Sous, N. A. Gadjieva, C. Nuckolls, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Strongly Correlated Ladders in K-Doped p-Terphenyl Crystals. Nano Letters 21, 9573-9579 (2021).
  4. L. P. Lindoy, B. Kloss and D. R. Reichman, Time evolution of ML-MCTDH wavefunctions. I. Gauge conditions, basis functions, and singularities. The Journal of Chemical Physics 155, 174108 (2021).
  5. L. P. Lindoy, B. Kloss and D. R. Reichman, Time evolution of ML-MCTDH wavefunctions. II. Application of the projector splitting integrator. The Journal of Chemical Physics 155, 174109 (2021).
  6. M. R. Carbone, A. J. Millis, D. R. Reichman and J. Sous, Bond-Peierls polaron: Moderate mass enhancement and current-carrying ground state. Physical Review B 104, L140307 (2021).
  7. J. Sous, B. Kloss, D. M. Kennes, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Phonon-induced disorder in dynamics of optically pumped metals from nonlinear electron-phonon coupling. Nature Communications 12, 5803 (2021).
  8. C. Zeiser, C. Cruz, D. R. Reichman, M. Seitz, J. Hagenlocher, E. L. Chronister, C. J. Bardeen, R. Tempelaar and K. Broch, Vacancy control in acene blends links exothermic singlet fission to coherence. Nature Communications 12, 5149 (2021).
  9. K. Broch, C. Zeiser, C. Cruz, L. Moretti, M. Maiuri, E. Chronister, D. Reichman, R. Tempelaar, G. Cerullo and C. Bardeen, Singlet fission in acene blends. Physical Chemistry of Semiconductor Materials and Interfaces XX (2021).
  10. R. N. Chacko, F. P. Landes, G. Biroli, O. Dauchot, A. J. Liu and D. R. Reichman, Elastoplasticity Mediates Dynamical Heterogeneity Below the Mode Coupling Temperature. Physical Review Letters 127, 048002 (2021).
  11. M. R. Carbone, D. R. Reichman and J. Sous, Numerically exact generalized Green's function cluster expansions for electron-phonon problems. Physical Review B 104, 035106 (2021).
  12. M. Baity-Jesi, G. Biroli and D. R. Reichman, Revisiting the concept of activation in supercooled liquids. The European Physical Journal E 44, 77 (2021).
  13. M. J. Schilcher, P. J. Robinson, D. J. Abramovitch, L. Z. Tan, A. M. Rappe, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Egger, The Significance of Polarons and Dynamic Disorder in Halide Perovskites. ACS Energy Letters 6, 2162-2173 (2021).
  14. D. Khomenko, D. R. Reichman and F. Zamponi, Relationship between two-level systems and quasilocalized normal modes in glasses. Physical Review Materials 5, 055602 (2021).
  15. J. Lee, F. D. Malone, M. A. Morales and D. R. Reichman, Spectral Functions from Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo without Analytic Continuation: The Extended Koopmans’ Theorem Approach. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 17, 3372-3387 (2021).
  16. J. Yang, J. C. Russell, S. Tao, M. Lessio, F. Wang, A. C. Hartnett, S. R. Peurifoy, E. A. Doud, E. S. O’Brien, N. Gadjieva, D. R. Reichman, X. Zhu, A. C. Crowther, S. J. L. Billinge, X. Roy, M. L. Steigerwald and C. Nuckolls, Superatomic solid solutions. Nature Chemistry 13, 607-613 (2021).
  17. J. Lee, S. Zhang and D. R. Reichman, Constrained-path auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo for coupled electrons and phonons. Physical Review B 103, 115123 (2021).
  18. X. Zhu and D. R. Reichman, 2D materials. The Journal of Chemical Physics 154, 040401 (2021).
  19. J. L. Weber, E. M. Churchill, S. Jockusch, E. J. Arthur, A. B. Pun, S. Zhang, R. A. Friesner, L. M. Campos, D. R. Reichman and J. Shee, In silico prediction of annihilators for triplet–triplet annihilation upconversion via auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo. Chemical Science 12, 1068-1079 (2021).

2020

  1. K. J. Fallon, E. M. Churchill, S. N. Sanders, J. Shee, J. L. Weber, R. Meir, S. Jockusch, D. R. Reichman, M. Y. Sfeir, D. N. Congreve and L. M. Campos, Molecular Engineering of Chromophores to Enable Triplet–Triplet Annihilation Upconversion. Journal of the American Chemical Society 142, 19917-19925 (2020).
  2. B. Kloss, D. Reichman and Y. Bar Lev, Studying dynamics in two-dimensional quantum lattices using tree tensor network states. SciPost Physics 9, 070 (2020).
  3. J. Lee, F. D. Malone and D. R. Reichman, The performance of phaseless auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo on the ground state electronic energy of benzene. The Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 126101 (2020).
  4. M. D. Ediger, L. Jensen, D. E. Manolopoulos, T. J. Martinez, A. Michaelides, D. R. Reichman, C. D. Sherrill, Q. Shi, J. E. Straub, C. Vega, L.-S. Wang, E. C. Brigham and T. Lian, JCP Emerging Investigator Special Collection 2019. The Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 110402 (2020).
  5. D. R. Reichman and X. Zhu, Singlet fission. The Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 110401 (2020).
  6. E. A. Weiss, A. Michaelides, L. Jensen, D. R. Reichman, X. Zhu, E. C. Brigham and T. Lian, Chemical physics of materials. The Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 100402 (2020).
  7. J. Lee and D. R. Reichman, Stochastic resolution-of-the-identity auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo: Scaling reduction without overhead. The Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 044131 (2020).
  8. D. Khomenko, C. Scalliet, L. Berthier, D. R. Reichman and F. Zamponi, Depletion of Two-Level Systems in Ultrastable Computer-Generated Glasses. Physical Review Letters 124, 225901 (2020).
  9. M. R. Carbone, M. Z. Mayers and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic model of the doping dependence of linewidths in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides. The Journal of Chemical Physics 152, 194705 (2020).
  10. M. Kumar, J. Shee, B. Rudshteyn, D. R. Reichman, R. A. Friesner, C. E. Miller and J. S. Francisco, Multiple Stable Isoprene–Ozone Complexes Reveal Complex Entrance Channel Dynamics in the Isoprene + Ozone Reaction. Journal of the American Chemical Society 142, 10806-10813 (2020).
  11. B. Rudshteyn, D. Coskun, J. L. Weber, E. J. Arthur, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman, R. A. Friesner and J. Shee, Predicting Ligand-Dissociation Energies of 3d Coordination Complexes with Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 16, 3041-3054 (2020).
  12. F. P. Landes, G. Biroli, O. Dauchot, A. J. Liu and D. R. Reichman, Attractive versus truncated repulsive supercooled liquids: The dynamics is encoded in the pair correlation function. Physical Review E 101, 010602 (2020).

2019

  1. P. Nagler, F. Mooshammer, J. Kunstmann, M. V. Ballottin, A. Mitioglu, A. Chernikov, A. Chaves, F. Stein, N. Paradiso, S. Meier, G. Plechinger, C. Strunk, R. Huber, G. Seifert, D. R. Reichman, P. C. M. Christianen, C. Schüller and T. Korn, Interlayer Excitons in Transition‐Metal Dichalcogenide Heterobilayers. physica status solidi (b) 256, 1900308 (2019).
  2. D. Facoetti, G. Biroli, J. Kurchan and D. R. Reichman, Classical glasses, black holes, and strange quantum liquids. Physical Review B 100, 205108 (2019).
  3. B. Kloss, D. R. Reichman and R. Tempelaar, Multiset Matrix Product State Calculations Reveal Mobile Franck-Condon Excitations Under Strong Holstein-Type Coupling. Physical Review Letters 123, 126601 (2019).
  4. M. Baity-Jesi and D. R. Reichman, On mean-field theories of dynamics in supercooled liquids. The Journal of Chemical Physics 151, 084503 (2019).
  5. A. Oleson, T. Zhu, I. S. Dunn, D. Bialas, Y. Bai, W. Zhang, M. Dai, D. R. Reichman, R. Tempelaar, L. Huang and F. C. Spano, Perylene Diimide-Based Hj- and hJ-Aggregates: The Prospect of Exciton Band Shape Engineering in Organic Materials. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123, 20567-20578 (2019).
  6. J. Shee, E. J. Arthur, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, Singlet–Triplet Energy Gaps of Organic Biradicals and Polyacenes with Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 15, 4924-4932 (2019).
  7. I. S. Dunn, R. Tempelaar and D. R. Reichman, Removing instabilities in the hierarchical equations of motion: Exact and approximate projection approaches. The Journal of Chemical Physics 150, 184109 (2019).
  8. J. Shee, B. Rudshteyn, E. J. Arthur, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, On Achieving High Accuracy in Quantum Chemical Calculations of 3d Transition Metal-Containing Systems: A Comparison of Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo with Coupled Cluster, Density Functional Theory, and Experiment for Diatomic Molecules. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 15, 2346-2358 (2019).
  9. Y.-W. Chang and D. R. Reichman, Many-body theory of optical absorption in doped two-dimensional semiconductors. Physical Review B 99, 125421 (2019).
  10. S.-Y. Chen, Z. Lu, T. Goldstein, J. Tong, A. Chaves, J. Kunstmann, L. S. R. Cavalcante, T. Woźniak, G. Seifert, D. R. Reichman, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, D. Smirnov and J. Yan, Luminescent Emission of Excited Rydberg Excitons from Monolayer WSe2. Nano Letters 19, 2464-2471 (2019).
  11. Y. Guo, O. Yaffe, T. D. Hull, J. S. Owen, D. R. Reichman and L. E. Brus, Dynamic emission Stokes shift and liquid-like dielectric solvation of band edge carriers in lead-halide perovskites. Nature Communications 10, 1175 (2019).

2018

  1. L. S. R. Cavalcante, D. R. da Costa, G. A. Farias, D. R. Reichman and A. Chaves, Stark shift of excitons and trions in two-dimensional materials. Physical Review B 98, 245309 (2018).
  2. J. Chen, A. J. Millis and D. R. Reichman, Intermolecular coupling and superconductivity in PbMo6S8 and other Chevrel phase compounds. Physical Review Materials 2, 114801 (2018).
  3. M. Z. Mayers, L. Z. Tan, D. A. Egger, A. M. Rappe and D. R. Reichman, How Lattice and Charge Fluctuations Control Carrier Dynamics in Halide Perovskites. Nano Letters 18, 8041-8046 (2018).
  4. R. Tempelaar and D. R. Reichman, Vibronic exciton theory of singlet fission. III. How vibronic coupling and thermodynamics promote rapid triplet generation in pentacene crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics 148, 244701 (2018).
  5. J. Shee, E. J. Arthur, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, Phaseless Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo on Graphical Processing Units. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 14, 4109-4121 (2018).
  6. J. Kunstmann, F. Mooshammer, P. Nagler, A. Chaves, F. Stein, N. Paradiso, G. Plechinger, C. Strunk, C. Schüller, G. Seifert, D. R. Reichman and T. Korn, Momentum-space indirect interlayer excitons in transition-metal dichalcogenide van der Waals heterostructures. Nature Physics 14, 801-805 (2018).
  7. D. A. Egger, A. Bera, D. Cahen, G. Hodes, T. Kirchartz, L. Kronik, R. Lovrincic, A. M. Rappe, D. R. Reichman and O. Yaffe, What Remains Unexplained about the Properties of Halide Perovskites?. Advanced Materials 30, 1800691 (2018).
  8. L. S. R. Cavalcante, A. Chaves, B. Van Duppen, F. M. Peeters and D. R. Reichman, Electrostatics of electron-hole interactions in van der Waals heterostructures. Physical Review B 97, 125427 (2018).
  9. R. Tempelaar and D. R. Reichman, Generalization of fewest-switches surface hopping for coherences. The Journal of Chemical Physics 148, 102309 (2018).
  10. T. C. Berkelbach and D. R. Reichman, Optical and Excitonic Properties of Atomically Thin Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides. Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics 9, 379-396 (2018).
  11. B. Kloss, Y. B. Lev and D. Reichman, Time-dependent variational principle in matrix-product state manifolds: Pitfalls and potential. Physical Review B 97, 024307 (2018).

2017

  1. I. Breen, R. Tempelaar, L. A. Bizimana, B. Kloss, D. R. Reichman and D. B. Turner, Triplet Separation Drives Singlet Fission after Femtosecond Correlated Triplet Pair Production in Rubrene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 139, 11745-11751 (2017).
  2. E. S. O'Brien, M. T. Trinh, R. L. Kann, J. Chen, G. A. Elbaz, A. Masurkar, T. L. Atallah, M. V. Paley, N. Patel, D. W. Paley, I. Kymissis, A. C. Crowther, A. J. Millis, D. R. Reichman, X.-Y. Zhu and X. Roy, Single-crystal-to-single-crystal intercalation of a low-bandgap superatomic crystal. Nature Chemistry 9, 1170-1174 (2017).
  3. D. M. Kennes, E. Y. Wilner, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Nonequilibrium optical conductivity: General theory and application to transient phases. Physical Review B 96, 054506 (2017).
  4. Y. Bar Lev, D. M. Kennes, C. Klöckner, D. R. Reichman and C. Karrasch, Transport in quasiperiodic interacting systems: From superdiffusion to subdiffusion. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 119, 37003 (2017).
  5. J. Shee, S. Zhang, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, Chemical Transformations Approaching Chemical Accuracy via Correlated Sampling in Auxiliary-Field Quantum Monte Carlo. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 13, 2667-2680 (2017).
  6. R. Tempelaar and D. R. Reichman, Vibronic exciton theory of singlet fission. II. Two-dimensional spectroscopic detection of the correlated triplet pair state. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 174704 (2017).
  7. R. Tempelaar and D. R. Reichman, Vibronic exciton theory of singlet fission. I. Linear absorption and the anatomy of the correlated triplet pair state. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 174703 (2017).
  8. A. Raja, A. Chaves, J. Yu, G. Arefe, H. M. Hill, A. F. Rigosi, T. C. Berkelbach, P. Nagler, C. Schüller, T. Korn, C. Nuckolls, J. Hone, L. E. Brus, T. F. Heinz, D. R. Reichman and A. Chernikov, Coulomb engineering of the bandgap and excitons in two-dimensional materials. Nature Communications 8, 15251 (2017).
  9. S. Mukherjee and D. R. Reichman, Simple embedding scheme for the spectral properties of the single-impurity Anderson model. Physical Review B 95, 155111 (2017).
  10. A. Montoya-Castillo and D. R. Reichman, Approximate but accurate quantum dynamics from the Mori formalism. II. Equilibrium time correlation functions. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 084110 (2017).
  11. H.-T. Chen, G. Cohen and D. R. Reichman, Inchworm Monte Carlo for exact non-adiabatic dynamics. II. Benchmarks and comparison with established methods. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 054106 (2017).
  12. H.-T. Chen, G. Cohen and D. R. Reichman, Inchworm Monte Carlo for exact non-adiabatic dynamics. I. Theory and algorithms. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 054105 (2017).
  13. D. M. Kennes, E. Y. Wilner, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Transient superconductivity from electronic squeezing of optically pumped phonons. Nature Physics 13, 479-483 (2017).
  14. A. Montoya-Castillo and D. R. Reichman, Path integral approach to the Wigner representation of canonical density operators for discrete systems coupled to harmonic baths. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 024107 (2017).

2016

  1. Y. Bar Lev, D. R. Reichman and Y. Sagi, Many-body localization in system with a completely delocalized single-particle spectrum. Physical Review B 94, 201116 (2016).
  2. M. Z. Mayers, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Description of quasiparticle and satellite properties via cumulant expansions of the retarded one-particle Green's function. Physical Review B 94, 081109 (2016).
  3. T. Schiros, D. Nordlund, L. Palova, L. Zhao, M. Levendorf, C. Jaye, D. Reichman, J. Park, M. Hybertsen and A. Pasupathy, Atomistic Interrogation of B–N Co-dopant Structures and Their Electronic Effects in Graphene. ACS Nano 10, 6574-6584 (2016).
  4. L. M. C. Janssen, P. Mayer and D. R. Reichman, Generalized mode-coupling theory of the glass transition: schematic results at finite and infinite order. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2016, 054049 (2016).
  5. H.-T. Chen, G. Cohen, A. J. Millis and D. R. Reichman, Anderson-Holstein model in two flavors of the noncrossing approximation. Physical Review B 93, 174309 (2016).
  6. A. Montoya-Castillo and D. R. Reichman, Approximate but accurate quantum dynamics from the Mori formalism: I. Nonequilibrium dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics 144, 184104 (2016).
  7. H.-T. Chen, T. C. Berkelbach and D. R. Reichman, On the accuracy of the Padé-resummed master equation approach to dissipative quantum dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics 144, 154106 (2016).
  8. A. Raja, A. Montoya−Castillo, J. Zultak, X.-X. Zhang, Z. Ye, C. Roquelet, D. A. Chenet, A. M. van der Zande, P. Huang, S. Jockusch, J. Hone, D. R. Reichman, L. E. Brus and T. F. Heinz, Energy Transfer from Quantum Dots to Graphene and MoS2: The Role of Absorption and Screening in Two-Dimensional Materials. Nano Letters 16, 2328-2333 (2016).
  9. A. Chaves, M. Z. Mayers, F. M. Peeters and D. R. Reichman, Theoretical investigation of electron-hole complexes in anisotropic two-dimensional materials. Physical Review B 93, 115314 (2016).
  10. H.-T. Chen and D. R. Reichman, On the accuracy of surface hopping dynamics in condensed phase non-adiabatic problems. The Journal of Chemical Physics 144, 094104 (2016).
  11. Y. Bar Lev and D. R. Reichman, Slow dynamics in a two-dimensional Anderson-Hubbard model. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 113, 46001 (2016).

2015

  1. G. Cohen, E. Gull, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Taming the Dynamical Sign Problem in Real-Time Evolution of Quantum Many-Body Problems. Physical Review Letters 115, 266802 (2015).
  2. A. Montoya-Castillo, T. C. Berkelbach and D. R. Reichman, Extending the applicability of Redfield theories into highly non-Markovian regimes. The Journal of Chemical Physics 143, 194108 (2015).
  3. L. M. Janssen and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic Dynamics of Supercooled Liquids from First Principles. Physical Review Letters 115, 205701 (2015).
  4. M. Z. Mayers, T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Binding energies and spatial structures of small carrier complexes in monolayer transition-metal dichalcogenides via diffusion Monte Carlo. Physical Review B 92, 161404 (2015).
  5. R. Härtle, G. Cohen, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Transport through an Anderson impurity: Current ringing, nonlinear magnetization, and a direct comparison of continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo and hierarchical quantum master equations. Physical Review B 92, 085430 (2015).
  6. T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Bright and dark singlet excitons via linear and two-photon spectroscopy in monolayer transition-metal dichalcogenides. Physical Review B 92, 085413 (2015).
  7. Y. You, X.-X. Zhang, T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen, D. R. Reichman and T. F. Heinz, Observation of biexcitons in monolayer WSe2. Nature Physics 11, 477-481 (2015).
  8. H. M. Hill, A. F. Rigosi, C. Roquelet, A. Chernikov, T. C. Berkelbach, D. R. Reichman, M. S. Hybertsen, L. E. Brus and T. F. Heinz, Observation of Excitonic Rydberg States in Monolayer MoS2 and WS2 by Photoluminescence Excitation Spectroscopy. Nano Letters 15, 2992-2997 (2015).
  9. Y. Bar Lev, G. Cohen and D. R. Reichman, Absence of Diffusion in an Interacting System of Spinless Fermions on a One-Dimensional Disordered Lattice. Physical Review Letters 114, 100601 (2015).

2014

  1. G. M. Hocky, L. Berthier and D. R. Reichman, Equilibrium ultrastable glasses produced by random pinning. The Journal of Chemical Physics 141, 224503 (2014).
  2. S. K. Nandi, G. Biroli, J.-P. Bouchaud, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Critical Dynamical Heterogeneities Close to Continuous Second-Order Glass Transitions. Physical Review Letters 113, 245701 (2014).
  3. L. M. C. Janssen, P. Mayer and D. R. Reichman, Relaxation patterns in supercooled liquids from generalized mode-coupling theory. Physical Review E 90, 052306 (2014).
  4. G. M. Hocky, D. Coslovich, A. Ikeda and D. R. Reichman, Correlation of Local Order with Particle Mobility in Supercooled Liquids Is Highly System Dependent. Physical Review Letters 113, 157801 (2014).
  5. E. Busby, J. Xia, O. Yaffe, B. Kumar, T. Berkelbach, Q. Wu, J. Miller, C. Nuckolls, X. Zhu, D. Reichman, L. Campos and M. Y. Sfeir, Quantifying singlet fission in novel organic materials using nonlinear optics. Light Manipulating Organic Materials and Devices (2014).
  6. R. K. Darst, D. R. Reichman, P. Ronhovde and Z. Nussinov, Algorithm independent bounds on community detection problems and associated transitions in stochastic block model graphs. Journal of Complex Networks 3, 333-360 (2014).
  7. T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic theory of singlet exciton fission. III. Crystalline pentacene. The Journal of Chemical Physics 141, 074705 (2014).
  8. A. Chernikov, T. C. Berkelbach, H. M. Hill, A. Rigosi, Y. Li, O. B. Aslan, D. R. Reichman, M. S. Hybertsen and T. F. Heinz, Exciton Binding Energy and Nonhydrogenic Rydberg Series in MonolayerWS2. Physical Review Letters 113, 076802 (2014).
  9. E. Busby, T. C. Berkelbach, B. Kumar, A. Chernikov, Y. Zhong, H. Hlaing, X.-Y. Zhu, T. F. Heinz, M. S. Hybertsen, M. Y. Sfeir, D. R. Reichman, C. Nuckolls and O. Yaffe, Multiphonon Relaxation Slows Singlet Fission in Crystalline Hexacene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 10654-10660 (2014).
  10. B. Capozzi, E. J. Dell, T. C. Berkelbach, D. R. Reichman, L. Venkataraman and L. M. Campos, Length-Dependent Conductance of Oligothiophenes. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 10486-10492 (2014).
  11. Y. Bar Lev and D. R. Reichman, Dynamics of many-body localization. Physical Review B 89, 220201 (2014).
  12. A. M. van der Zande, J. Kunstmann, A. Chernikov, D. A. Chenet, Y. You, X. Zhang, P. Y. Huang, T. C. Berkelbach, L. Wang, F. Zhang, M. S. Hybertsen, D. A. Muller, D. R. Reichman, T. F. Heinz and J. C. Hone, Tailoring the Electronic Structure in Bilayer Molybdenum Disulfide via Interlayer Twist. Nano Letters 14, 3869-3875 (2014).
  13. G. M. Hocky, L. Berthier, W. Kob and D. R. Reichman, Crossovers in the dynamics of supercooled liquids probed by an amorphous wall. Physical Review E 89, 052311 (2014).
  14. G. Cohen, E. Gull, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Green’s Functions from Real-Time Bold-Line Monte Carlo Calculations: Spectral Properties of the Nonequilibrium Anderson Impurity Model. Physical Review Letters 112, 146802 (2014).
  15. G. Cohen, D. R. Reichman, A. J. Millis and E. Gull, Green's functions from real-time bold-line Monte Carlo. Physical Review B 89, 115139 (2014).
  16. A. Zabet-Khosousi, L. Zhao, L. Pálová, M. S. Hybertsen, D. R. Reichman, A. N. Pasupathy and G. W. Flynn, Segregation of Sublattice Domains in Nitrogen-Doped Graphene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 1391-1397 (2014).

2013

  1. R. Härtle, G. Cohen, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Decoherence and lead-induced interdot coupling in nonequilibrium electron transport through interacting quantum dots: A hierarchical quantum master equation approach. Physical Review B 88, 235426 (2013).
  2. S. Jang, T. C. Berkelbach and D. R. Reichman, Coherent quantum dynamics in donor–bridge–acceptor systems: beyond the hopping and super-exchange mechanisms. New Journal of Physics 15, 105020 (2013).
  3. L. Zhao, M. Levendorf, S. Goncher, T. Schiros, L. Pálová, A. Zabet-Khosousi, K. T. Rim, C. Gutiérrez, D. Nordlund, C. Jaye, M. Hybertsen, D. Reichman, G. W. Flynn, J. Park and A. N. Pasupathy, Local Atomic and Electronic Structure of Boron Chemical Doping in Monolayer Graphene. Nano Letters 13, 4659-4665 (2013).
  4. E. J. Dell, B. Capozzi, K. H. DuBay, T. C. Berkelbach, J. R. Moreno, D. R. Reichman, L. Venkataraman and L. M. Campos, Impact of Molecular Symmetry on Single-Molecule Conductance. Journal of the American Chemical Society 135, 11724-11727 (2013).
  5. T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Theory of neutral and charged excitons in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides. Physical Review B 88, 045318 (2013).
  6. K. Kim, S. Saito, K. Miyazaki, G. Biroli and D. R. Reichman, Dynamic Length Scales in Glass-Forming Liquids: An Inhomogeneous Molecular Dynamics Simulation Approach. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117, 13259-13267 (2013).
  7. M. C. Traub, K. H. DuBay, S. E. Ingle, X. Zhu, K. N. Plunkett, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Vanden Bout, Chromophore-Controlled Self-Assembly of Highly Ordered Polymer Nanostructures. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4, 2520-2524 (2013).
  8. K. S. Virk, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic theory to quantify the competing kinetic processes in photoexcited surface-coupled quantum dots. Physical Review B 87, 205426 (2013).
  9. G. Cohen, E. Gull, D. R. Reichman, A. J. Millis and E. Rabani, Numerically exact long-time magnetization dynamics at the nonequilibrium Kondo crossover of the Anderson impurity model. Physical Review B 87, 195108 (2013).
  10. A. M. van der Zande, P. Y. Huang, D. A. Chenet, T. C. Berkelbach, Y. You, G.-H. Lee, T. F. Heinz, D. R. Reichman, D. A. Muller and J. C. Hone, Grains and grain boundaries in highly crystalline monolayer molybdenum disulphide. Nature Materials 12, 554-561 (2013).
  11. W.-L. Chan, T. C. Berkelbach, M. R. Provorse, N. R. Monahan, J. R. Tritsch, M. S. Hybertsen, D. R. Reichman, J. Gao and X.-Y. Zhu, The Quantum Coherent Mechanism for Singlet Fission: Experiment and Theory. Accounts of Chemical Research 46, 1321-1329 (2013).
  12. G. M. Hocky and D. R. Reichman, A small subset of normal modes mimics the properties of dynamical heterogeneity in a model supercooled liquid. The Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 12A537 (2013).
  13. T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic theory of singlet exciton fission. II. Application to pentacene dimers and the role of superexchange. The Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 114103 (2013).
  14. T. C. Berkelbach, M. S. Hybertsen and D. R. Reichman, Microscopic theory of singlet exciton fission. I. General formulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 114102 (2013).
  15. R. K. Darst, D. R. Reichman, P. Ronhovde and Z. Nussinov, An edge density definition of overlapping and weighted graph communities. arXiv:1301.3120 (2013).

2012

  1. F. Wang, S. Redding, I. J. Finkelstein, J. Gorman, D. R. Reichman and E. C. Greene, The promoter-search mechanism of Escherichia coli RNA polymerase is dominated by three-dimensional diffusion. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 20, 174-181 (2012).
  2. B. M. Rubenstein, S. Zhang and D. R. Reichman, Finite-temperature auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo technique for Bose-Fermi mixtures. Physical Review A 86, 053606 (2012).
  3. K. S. Virk, D. R. Reichman and M. S. Hybertsen, Effects of the interfacial polarization on tunneling in surface coupled quantum dots. Physical Review B 86, 165322 (2012).
  4. K. H. DuBay, M. L. Hall, T. F. Hughes, C. Wu, D. R. Reichman and R. A. Friesner, Accurate Force Field Development for Modeling Conjugated Polymers. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 8, 4556-4569 (2012).
  5. T. Schiros, D. Nordlund, L. Pálová, D. Prezzi, L. Zhao, K. S. Kim, U. Wurstbauer, C. Gutiérrez, D. Delongchamp, C. Jaye, D. Fischer, H. Ogasawara, L. G. M. Pettersson, D. R. Reichman, P. Kim, M. S. Hybertsen and A. N. Pasupathy, Connecting Dopant Bond Type with Electronic Structure in N-Doped Graphene. Nano Letters 12, 4025-4031 (2012).
  6. G. M. Hocky, T. E. Markland and D. R. Reichman, Growing Point-to-Set Length Scale Correlates with Growing Relaxation Times in Model Supercooled Liquids. Physical Review Letters 108, 225506 (2012).
  7. T. C. Berkelbach, T. E. Markland and D. R. Reichman, Reduced density matrix hybrid approach: Application to electronic energy transfer. The Journal of Chemical Physics 136, 084104 (2012).
  8. T. E. Markland, J. A. Morrone, K. Miyazaki, B. J. Berne, D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, Theory and simulations of quantum glass forming liquids. The Journal of Chemical Physics 136, 074511 (2012).
  9. T. C. Berkelbach, D. R. Reichman and T. E. Markland, Reduced density matrix hybrid approach: An efficient and accurate method for adiabatic and non-adiabatic quantum dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics 136, 034113 (2012).

2011

  1. M. S. Foster, T. C. Berkelbach, D. R. Reichman and E. A. Yuzbashyan, Quantum quench spectroscopy of a Luttinger liquid: Ultrarelativistic density wave dynamics due to fractionalization in anXXZchain. Physical Review B 84, 085146 (2011).
  2. E. Gull, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Numerically exact long-time behavior of nonequilibrium quantum impurity models. Physical Review B 84, 085134 (2011).
  3. L. Zhao, R. He, K. T. Rim, T. Schiros, K. S. Kim, H. Zhou, C. Gutiérrez, S. P. Chockalingam, C. J. Arguello, L. Pálová, D. Nordlund, M. S. Hybertsen, D. R. Reichman, T. F. Heinz, P. Kim, A. Pinczuk, G. W. Flynn and A. N. Pasupathy, Visualizing Individual Nitrogen Dopants in Monolayer Graphene. Science 333, 999-1003 (2011).
  4. F. Elste, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Transport through a quantum dot with two parallel Luttinger liquid leads. Physical Review B 83, 245405 (2011).
  5. D. Segal, A. J. Millis and D. R. Reichman, Nonequilibrium transport in quantum impurity models: exact path integral simulations. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13, 14378 (2011).
  6. G. Bounos, S. Ghosh, A. K. Lee, K. N. Plunkett, K. H. DuBay, J. C. Bolinger, R. Zhang, R. A. Friesner, C. Nuckolls, D. R. Reichman and P. F. Barbara, Controlling Chain Conformation in Conjugated Polymers Using Defect Inclusion Strategies. Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 10155-10160 (2011).
  7. N. Lin, C. A. Marianetti, A. J. Millis and D. R. Reichman, Dynamical Mean-Field Theory for Quantum Chemistry. Physical Review Letters 106, 096402 (2011).
  8. F. Elste, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Transport through a quantum dot with excitonic dot-lead coupling. Physical Review B 83, 085415 (2011).
  9. O. Kletenik-Edelman, D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, On the mode-coupling treatment of collective density fluctuations for quantum liquids: Para-hydrogen and normal liquid helium. The Journal of Chemical Physics 134, 044528 (2011).
  10. T. E. Markland, J. A. Morrone, B. J. Berne, K. Miyazaki, E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, Quantum fluctuations can promote or inhibit glass formation. Nature Physics 7, 134-137 (2011).

2010

  1. D. Segal, A. J. Millis and D. R. Reichman, Numerically exact path-integral simulation of nonequilibrium quantum transport and dissipation. Physical Review B 82, 205323 (2010).
  2. R. Candelier, A. Widmer-Cooper, J. K. Kummerfeld, O. Dauchot, G. Biroli, P. Harrowell and D. R. Reichman, Spatiotemporal Hierarchy of Relaxation Events, Dynamical Heterogeneities, and Structural Reorganization in a Supercooled Liquid. Physical Review Letters 105, 135702 (2010).
  3. E. Gull, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Bold-line diagrammatic Monte Carlo method: General formulation and application to expansion around the noncrossing approximation. Physical Review B 82, 075109 (2010).
  4. T. C. Berkelbach and D. R. Reichman, Conductivity of disordered quantum lattice models at infinite temperature: Many-body localization. Physical Review B 81, 224429 (2010).
  5. F. Elste, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Effect of a Coulombic dot-lead coupling on the dynamics of a quantum dot. Physical Review B 81, 205413 (2010).
  6. O. Kletenik-Edelman, E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, Analytic continuation average spectrum method for transport in quantum liquids. Chemical Physics 370, 132-136 (2010).
  7. J. C. Conrad, H. M. Wyss, V. Trappe, S. Manley, K. Miyazaki, L. J. Kaufman, A. B. Schofield, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Weitz, Arrested fluid-fluid phase separation in depletion systems: Implications of the characteristic length on gel formation and rheology. Journal of Rheology 54, 421-438 (2010).
  8. R. K. Darst, D. R. Reichman and G. Biroli, Dynamical heterogeneity in lattice glass models. The Journal of Chemical Physics 132, 044510 (2010).

2009

  1. A. Widmer-Cooper, H. Perry, P. Harrowell and D. R. Reichman, Localized soft modes and the supercooled liquid’s irreversible passage through its configuration space. The Journal of Chemical Physics 131, 194508 (2009).
  2. J. Mattsson, H. M. Wyss, A. Fernandez-Nieves, K. Miyazaki, Z. Hu, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Weitz, Soft colloids make strong glasses. Nature 462, 83-86 (2009).
  3. J. D. Eaves and D. R. Reichman, Spatial dimension and the dynamics of supercooled liquids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106, 15171-15175 (2009).
  4. D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, Analytic continuation average spectrum method for quantum liquids. The Journal of Chemical Physics 131, 054502 (2009).

2008

  1. S. Jang, Y.-C. Cheng, D. R. Reichman and J. D. Eaves, Theory of coherent resonance energy transfer. The Journal of Chemical Physics 129, 101104 (2008).
  2. R. Yamamoto, K. Kim, Y. Nakayama, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, On the Role of Hydrodynamic Interactions in Colloidal Gelation. Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 77, 084804 (2008).
  3. A. Widmer-Cooper, H. Perry, P. Harrowell and D. R. Reichman, Irreversible reorganization in a supercooled liquid originates from localized soft modes. Nature Physics 4, 711-715 (2008).
  4. E. Zaccarelli, S. Andreev, F. Sciortino and D. R. Reichman, Numerical Investigation of Glassy Dynamics in Low-Density Systems. Physical Review Letters 100, 195701 (2008).
  5. J. D. Eaves and D. R. Reichman, The Subdiffusive Targeting Problem. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112, 4283-4289 (2008).

2007

  1. D. Segal, D. R. Reichman and A. J. Millis, Nonequilibrium quantum dissipation in spin-fermion systems. Physical Review B 76, 195316 (2007).
  2. J. Gorman, A. Chowdhury, J. A. Surtees, J. Shimada, D. R. Reichman, E. Alani and E. C. Greene, Dynamic Basis for One-Dimensional DNA Scanning by the Mismatch Repair Complex Msh2-Msh6. Molecular Cell 28, 359-370 (2007).
  3. P. Charbonneau and D. R. Reichman, Dynamical Heterogeneity and Nonlinear Susceptibility in Supercooled Liquids with Short-Range Attraction. Physical Review Letters 99, 135701 (2007).
  4. D. Segal and D. R. Reichman, Zeno and anti-Zeno effects in spin-bath models. Physical Review A 76, 012109 (2007).
  5. H. M. Wyss, K. Miyazaki, J. Mattsson, Z. Hu, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Weitz, Strain-Rate Frequency Superposition: A Rheological Probe of Structural Relaxation in Soft Materials. Physical Review Letters 98, 238303 (2007).
  6. L. Berthier, G. Biroli, J.-P. Bouchaud, W. Kob, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Spontaneous and induced dynamic fluctuations in glass formers. I. General results and dependence on ensemble and dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics 126, 184503 (2007).
  7. L. Berthier, G. Biroli, J.-P. Bouchaud, W. Kob, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Spontaneous and induced dynamic correlations in glass formers. II. Model calculations and comparison to numerical simulations. The Journal of Chemical Physics 126, 184504 (2007).
  8. P. Charbonneau and D. R. Reichman, Phase behavior and far-from-equilibrium gelation in charged attractive colloids. Physical Review E 75, 050401 (2007).
  9. P. Charbonneau and D. R. Reichman, Systematic characterization of thermodynamic and dynamical phase behavior in systems with short-ranged attraction. Physical Review E 75, 011507 (2007).

2006

  1. J. C. Conrad, P. P. Dhillon, E. R. Weeks, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Weitz, Contribution of Slow Clusters to the Bulk Elasticity Near the Colloidal Glass Transition. Physical Review Letters 97, 265701 (2006).
  2. G. Biroli, J.-P. Bouchaud, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Inhomogeneous Mode-Coupling Theory and Growing Dynamic Length in Supercooled Liquids. Physical Review Letters 97, 195701 (2006).
  3. D. R. Reichman, On Stochastic Models of Dynamic Disorder. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110, 19061-19065 (2006).
  4. K. Miyazaki, H. M. Wyss, D. A. Weitz and D. R. Reichman, Nonlinear viscoelasticity of metastable complex fluids. Europhysics Letters (EPL) 75, 915-921 (2006).
  5. P. Mayer, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Cooperativity beyond Caging: Generalized Mode-Coupling Theory. Physical Review Letters 97, 095702 (2006).

2005

  1. S. Manley, H. M. Wyss, K. Miyazaki, J. C. Conrad, V. Trappe, L. J. Kaufman, D. R. Reichman and D. A. Weitz, Glasslike Arrest in Spinodal Decomposition as a Route to Colloidal Gelation. Physical Review Letters 95, 238302 (2005).
  2. S. Andreev, D. Reichman and G. Hummer, Effect of flexibility on hydrophobic behavior of nanotube water channels. The Journal of Chemical Physics 123, 194502 (2005).
  3. E. Rabani, G. Krilov, D. R. Reichman and B. J. Berne, Transport properties of normal liquid helium: Comparison of various methodologies. The Journal of Chemical Physics 123, 184506 (2005).
  4. D. R. Reichman, E. Rabani and P. L. Geissler, Comparison of Dynamical Heterogeneity in Hard-Sphere and Attractive Glass Formers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 14654-14658 (2005).
  5. D. R. Reichman and P. Charbonneau, Mode-coupling theory. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2005, P05013 (2005).
  6. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, QUANTUM MODE-COUPLING THEORY: Formulation and Applications to Normal and Supercooled Quantum Liquids. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 56, 157-185 (2005).
  7. K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Mode-coupling theory and the fluctuation–dissipation theorem for nonlinear Langevin equations with multiplicative noise. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 38, L343-L355 (2005).
  8. P. L. Geissler and D. R. Reichman, Short-ranged attractions in jammed liquids: How cooling can melt a glass. Physical Review E 71, 031206 (2005).
  9. M. Boncheva, S. A. Andreev, L. Mahadevan, A. Winkleman, D. R. Reichman, M. G. Prentiss, S. Whitesides and G. M. Whitesides, Magnetic self-assembly of three-dimensional surfaces from planar sheets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102, 3924-3929 (2005).
  10. E. Rabani, K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Quantum mode-coupling theory for binary mixtures. The Journal of Chemical Physics 122, 034502 (2005).

2004

  1. C. Chamon, P. Charbonneau, L. F. Cugliandolo, D. R. Reichman and M. Sellitto, Out-of-equilibrium dynamical fluctuations in glassy systems. The Journal of Chemical Physics 121, 10120-10137 (2004).
  2. S. S. Ashwin, Y. Brumer, D. R. Reichman and S. Sastry, Relationship between Mechanical and Dynamical Properties of Glass Forming Liquids. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108, 19703-19710 (2004).
  3. K. Miyazaki, D. Reichman and R. Yamamoto, Supercooled liquids under shear: Theory and simulation. Physical Review E 70, 011501 (2004).
  4. Y. Brumer and D. R. Reichman, Mean-field theory, mode-coupling theory, and the onset temperature in supercooled liquids. Physical Review E 69, 041202 (2004).
  5. I. Y. Wong, M. L. Gardel, D. R. Reichman, E. R. Weeks, M. T. Valentine, A. R. Bausch and D. A. Weitz, Anomalous Diffusion Probes Microstructure Dynamics of Entangled F-Actin Networks. Physical Review Letters 92, 178101 (2004).
  6. Y. Brumer and D. R. Reichman, Numerical Investigation of the Entropy Crisis in Model Glass Formers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108, 6832-6837 (2004).
  7. P. L. Geissler and D. R. Reichman, Nature of slow dynamics in a minimal model of frustration-limited domains. Physical Review E 69, 021501 (2004).
  8. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, A fully self-consistent treatment of collective fluctuations in quantum liquids. The Journal of Chemical Physics 120, 1458-1465 (2004).
  9. T. Van Voorhis and D. R. Reichman, Semiclassical representations of electronic structure and dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics 120, 579-589 (2004).
  10. A. A. Golosov and D. R. Reichman, Critical tests of a new master equation approach to nonadiabatic quantum dissipative systems. Chemical Physics 296, 129-134 (2004).

2003

  1. E. Rabani, D. R. Reichman, P. L. Geissler and L. E. Brus, Drying-mediated self-assembly of nanoparticles. Nature 426, 271-274 (2003).
  2. R. A. Denny, D. R. Reichman and J.-P. Bouchaud, Trap Models and Slow Dynamics in Supercooled Liquids. Physical Review Letters 90, 025503 (2003).
  3. A. A. Golosov, D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, Analytic continuation for quantum nonadiabatic rate constants. The Journal of Chemical Physics 118, 457-460 (2003).

2002

  1. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, Collective and single-particle dynamics in liquid ortho -deuterium: A quantum mode-coupling approach. Europhysics Letters (EPL) 60, 656-662 (2002).
  2. K. Miyazaki and D. R. Reichman, Molecular hydrodynamic theory of supercooled liquids and colloidal suspensions under shear. Physical Review E 66, 050501 (2002).
  3. P. Maragakis, S. A. Andreev, Y. Brumer, D. R. Reichman and E. Kaxiras, Adaptive nudged elastic band approach for transition state calculation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 117, 4651-4658 (2002).
  4. S. A. Egorov, R. A. Denny and D. R. Reichman, On the multiple time scales in solvation dynamics: A mode-coupling theory approach. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 5080 (2002).
  5. Y. Brumer, A. A. Golosov, Z. D. Chen and D. R. Reichman, Calculating approximate quantum mechanical rates without an a priori reaction coordinate. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 8376 (2002).
  6. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, A self-consistent mode-coupling theory for dynamical correlations in quantum liquids: Rigorous formulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 6271-6278 (2002).
  7. D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, A self-consistent mode-coupling theory for dynamical correlations in quantum liquids: Application to liquidpara-hydrogen. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 6279-6285 (2002).
  8. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, Molecular hydrodynamic approach to dynamical correlations in quantum liquids. Physical Review E 65, 036111 (2002).
  9. E. Rabani, D. R. Reichman, G. Krilov and B. J. Berne, The calculation of transport properties in quantum liquids using the maximum entropy numerical analytic continuation method: Application to liquid para -hydrogen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99, 1129-1133 (2002).
  10. R. A. Denny and D. R. Reichman, Molecular hydrodynamic theory of nonresonant Raman spectra in liquids: Third-order spectra. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 1979-1986 (2002).
  11. R. A. Denny and D. R. Reichman, Molecular hydrodynamic theory of nonresonant Raman spectra in liquids: Fifth-order spectra. The Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 1987-1994 (2002).

2001

  1. D. R. Reichman and E. Rabani, Self-Consistent Mode-Coupling Theory for Self-Diffusion in Quantum Liquids. Physical Review Letters 87, 265702 (2001).
  2. A. A. Golosov and D. R. Reichman, Reference system master equation approaches to condensed phase charge transfer processes. I. General formulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 9848-9861 (2001).
  3. A. A. Golosov and D. R. Reichman, Reference system master equation approaches to condensed phase charge transfer processes. II. Numerical tests and applications to the study of photoinduced charge transfer reactions. The Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 9862-9870 (2001).
  4. E. Rabani and D. R. Reichman, A Short-Time Quantum Mechanical Expansion Approach to Vibrational Relaxation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105, 6550-6555 (2001).
  5. R. Aldrin Denny and D. R. Reichman, Mode-coupling theory of the fifth-order Raman spectrum of an atomic liquid. Physical Review E 63, 065101 (2001).
  6. A. A. Golosov and D. R. Reichman, Classical mapping approaches for nonadiabatic dynamics: Short time analysis. The Journal of Chemical Physics 114, 1065-1074 (2001).

2000

  1. D. R. Reichman, P.-N. Roy, S. Jang and G. A. Voth, A Feynman path centroid dynamics approach for the computation of time correlation functions involving nonlinear operators. The Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 919-929 (2000).
  2. D. R. Reichman and G. A. Voth, Self-consistent harmonic theory of solvation in glassy systems: Classical solvation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 112, 3267-3279 (2000).
  3. D. R. Reichman and G. A. Voth, Self-consistent harmonic theory of solvation in glassy systems: Quantum solvation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 112, 3280-3284 (2000).

1997

  1. P. Neu, D. R. Reichman and R. J. Silbey, Spectral diffusion on ultralong time scales in low-temperature glasses. Physical Review B 56, 5250-5260 (1997).
  2. D. R. Reichman, F. L. H. Brown and P. Neu, Cumulant expansions and the spin-boson problem. Physical Review E 55, 2328-2337 (1997).

1996

  1. D. Reichman, R. J. Silbey and A. Suárez, On the nonperturbative theory of pure dephasing in condensed phases at low temperatures. The Journal of Chemical Physics 105, 10500-10506 (1996).
  2. D. R. Reichman, P. Neu and R. J. Silbey, Some Comments on the Nature of Universal Properties in Low-Temperature Glasses. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology. Section A. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals 291, 65-72 (1996).
  3. D. R. Reichman and M. Cho, Alternative model of dissipation in quantum mechanics. Physical Review E 53, 4184-4186 (1996).
  4. D. R. Reichman and R. J. Silbey, On the relaxation of a two‐level system: Beyond the weak‐coupling approximation. The Journal of Chemical Physics 104, 1506-1518 (1996).

1995

  1. D. R. Reichman and R. J. Silbey, Study of the Coupling Dependence of Relaxation Rates in a Model of Low-Temperature Tunneling Dynamics. The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99, 2777-2781 (1995).