George A. Hagedorn, PhD

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Mathematics Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, United States 
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/S0002-9904-1978-14449-8

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Barry M. Simon grad student 1978 Princeton
 (Asymptotic completeness for a class of four particle Schrödinger operators)
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Hagedorn GA. (2015) Generating function and a Rodrigues formula for the polynomials in d-dimensional semiclassical wave packets Annals of Physics. 362: 603-608
Hagedorn GA, Valeev EF. (2014) Molecular Resonance Raman and Rayleigh Scattering Stimulated by a Short Laser Pulse Journal of Statistical Physics. 154: 522-542
Gradinaru V, Hagedorn GA. (2014) Convergence of a semiclassical wavepacket based time-splitting for the Schrödinger equation Numerische Mathematik. 126: 53-73
Elgart A, Hagedorn GA. (2012) A note on the switching adiabatic theorem Journal of Mathematical Physics. 53
Bourquin R, Gradinaru V, Hagedorn GA. (2012) Non-adiabatic transitions near avoided crossings: Theory and numerics Journal of Mathematical Chemistry. 50: 602-619
Elgart A, Hagedorn GA. (2011) An adiabatic theorem for resonances Communications On Pure and Applied Mathematics. 64: 1029-1058
Gradinaru V, Hagedorn GA, Joye A. (2010) Exponentially accurate semiclassical tunneling wavefunctions in one dimension Journal of Physics a: Mathematical and Theoretical. 43
Gradinaru V, Hagedorn GA, Joye A. (2010) Tunneling dynamics and spawning with adaptive semiclassical wave packets Journal of Chemical Physics. 132
Hagedorn GA, Joye A. (2009) A mathematical theory for vibrational levels associated with hydrogen bonds ii: The non-symmetric case Reviews in Mathematical Physics. 21: 279-313
Hughes SM, Hagedorn GA. (2009) Diatomic molecules with large angular momentum in the Born-Oppenheimer approximation Journal of Physics a: Mathematical and Theoretical. 42
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