Mini Lecture Series: Yoshitaka Tanimura (Kyoto University): "Theory of Multidimensional Spectroscopies"
15.05.2012 um 14:00 bis
22.05.2012 um 18:00
|Wo||FRIAS Seminar Room, Albertstr. 19, Freiburg|
|Name||Dr. Britta Küst|
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Open to University employees
Tuesday, May 15th & 22nd:
2012 Mini Lecture Series: "Theory of Multidimensional Spectroscopies"
Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University
Theory of Multidimensional Spectroscopies
Spectral line shapes in the condensed phase contain information on various dynamic processes that modulate the transition energy, such as microscopic dynamics, inter- and intramolecular couplings, and solvent dynamics. In this course of lectures, the roles of different physical phenomena that arise from the peculiarities of dissipative dynamics in multidimensional spectra will be described. The methodology will be illustrated by calculating multidimensional signals using optical Liouville path, molecular dynamics (MD) simulations, path-integrals and reduced hierarchy equations of motion approaches. A Brownian oscillator model with the nonlinear system-bath interaction will be employed to explain how fluctuation and dissipation arises from the environment. Using the hierarchy formalism, one can precisely calculate multidimensional spectra for a single and multimode anharmonic system for inter- and intramolecular vibrational modes, and these can be compared with 2D spectra obtained from molecular dynamics simulations.