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David M. Leitner

Chemistry University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
General Biophysics, Physical Chemistry, General Chemistry
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R. Stephen Berry grad student 1989 Chicago
 (Studies of highly excited few-atom systems : spectra, dynamics, and melting.)
Jimmie D. Doll post-doc 1990 Brown
Lorenz S. Cederbaum research scientist 1991-1994 Universität Heidelberg
Peter G. Wolynes research scientist 1994-1998 UIUC
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Leitner DM. (2016) Water-Mediated Energy Dynamics in a Homodimeric Hemoglobin. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Buchenberg S, Leitner DM, Stock G. (2016) Scaling Rules for Vibrational Energy Transport in Globular Proteins. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 7: 25-30
Luong TQ, Xu Y, Bründermann E, et al. (2016) Hydrophobic collapse induces changes in the collective protein and hydration low frequency modes Chemical Physics Letters. 651: 1-7
Xu Y, Bäumer A, Meister K, et al. (2016) Protein-water dynamics in antifreeze protein III activity Chemical Physics Letters. 647: 1-6
Pandey HD, Leitner DM. (2016) Vibrational energy transport in molecules and the statistical properties of vibrational modes Chemical Physics
Leitner DM, Pandey HD. (2015) Asymmetric energy flow in liquid alkylbenzenes: A computational study. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 144301
Leitner DM, Buchenberg S, Brettel P, et al. (2015) Vibrational energy flow in the villin headpiece subdomain: master equation simulations. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 142: 075101
Alicki R, Leitner DM. (2015) Size-Dependent Accuracy of Nanoscale Thermometers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 119: 9000-5
Leitner DM. (2015) Quantum ergodicity and energy flow in molecules Advances in Physics. 64: 445-517
Leitner DM, Pandey HD. (2015) Quantum bottlenecks and unidirectional energy flow in molecules Annalen Der Physik. 527: 601-609
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