Michael F. Herman

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
Physical Chemistry
"Michael Herman"
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Karl F. Freed grad student 1980 Chicago
 (Theoretical studies of the equations of motion : Green's function methods for the evaluation of atomic and molecular ionization potentials, electron affinities, and excitation energies)
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Herman MF, Currier RP, Clegg SM. (2015) An isotopic mass effect on the intermolecular potential Chemical Physics Letters. 639: 266-268
Herman MF. (2014) Improving the efficiency of Monte Carlo surface hopping calculations. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 118: 8026-33
Herman MF. (2014) Analysis of a surface hopping expansion that includes hops in classically forbidden regions Chemical Physics. 433: 12-21
Dang PT, Herman MF. (2011) A justification for the use of approximate transition amplitudes in semiclassical surface hopping Molecular Physics. 109: 1581-1592
Herman MF. (2010) The calculation of multidimensional semiclassical wave functions in the forbidden region using real valued coordinates. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 133: 114108
Herman MF. (2010) Using semiclassical surface hopping for coupled partial wave calculations on systems with non-spherically symmetric potentials Chemical Physics. 373: 274-282
Herman MF. (2009) A singularity free surface hopping expansion for the multistate wave function. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 131: 214108
Dang PT, Herman MF. (2009) A semiclassical model for the calculation of nonadiabatic transition probabilities for classically forbidden transitions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 054107
Herman MF. (2008) Semiclassical nonadiabatic surface-hopping wave function expansion at low energies: hops in the forbidden region. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 112: 15966-72
Herman MF, Wu Y. (2008) An analysis through order variant Planck's constant over 2pi(2) of a surface hopping expansion of the nonadiabatic wave function. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 128: 114105
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