Jiri Vanicek, Ph.D.

Chemistry École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland 
Theoretical chemical physics
"Jiri Vanicek"
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Eric J. Heller grad student 1998-2003 Harvard
 (Uniform semiclassical methods and their applications.)
William Hughes Miller post-doc 2003-2005 UC Berkeley
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Choi S, Vaníček J. (2020) Which form of the molecular Hamiltonian is the most suitable for simulating the nonadiabatic quantum dynamics at a conical intersection? The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 211101
Vaillant CL, Thapa MJ, Vaniček J, et al. (2019) Publisher's Note: "Semiclassical analysis of the quantum instanton approximation" [J. Chem. Phys. 151, 144111 (2019)]. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 151: 189902
Vaillant CL, Thapa MJ, Vaníček J, et al. (2019) Semiclassical analysis of the quantum instanton approximation. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 151: 144111
Begušić T, Roulet J, Vaníček J. (2018) On-the-fly semiclassical evaluation of time-resolved electronic spectra. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 149: 244115
Bircher MP, Liberatore E, Browning NJ, et al. (2017) Nonadiabatic effects in electronic and nuclear dynamics. Structural Dynamics (Melville, N.Y.). 4: 061510
Karandashev K, Xu ZH, Meuwly M, et al. (2017) Kinetic isotope effects and how to describe them. Structural Dynamics (Melville, N.Y.). 4: 061501
Vaníček J. (2017) Several Semiclassical Approaches to Time-resolved Spectroscopy. Chimia. 71: 283-287
Vaníček J, Cohen D. (2016) Path integral approach to the quantum fidelity amplitude. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 374
Karandashev K, Vaníček J. (2015) Accelerating quantum instanton calculations of the kinetic isotope effects. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 194104
Vanícek J. (2011) Beyond transition state theory: accurate description of nuclear quantum effects on the rate and equilibrium constants of chemical reactions using Feynman path integrals. Chimia. 65: 715-9
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