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Computational Strong-Field Quantum Dynamics

Intense Light-Matter Interactions

Ed. by Bauer, Dieter

With contrib. by Bauke, Heiko / Brabec, Thomas / Fennel, Thomas / McDonald, Chris R. / Milošević, Dejan B. / Pabst, Stefan / Peltz, Christian / Pöplau, Gisela / Santra, Robin / Varin, Charles

Series:De Gruyter Textbook

    700,00 € / $805.99 / £636.50*

    eBook (EPUB)
    Publication Date:
    April 2017
    ISBN
    978-3-11-041934-4
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    Overview

    • Suitable for graduate students starting a MSc or PhD in the field of strong-field quantum dynamics.
    • Includes detailed explanations of the widely used numerical wavefunction propagators.
    • Contains many examples.

    Aims and Scope

    This graduate textbook introduces the com-putational techniques to study ultra-fast quantum dynamics of matter exposed to strong laser fields. Coverage includes methods to propagate wavefunctions according to the time dependent Schrödinger, Klein-Gordon or Dirac equation, the calculation of typical observables, time-dependent density functional theory, multi configurational time-dependent Hartree-Fock, time-dependent configuration interaction singles, the strong-field approximation, and the microscopic particle-in-cell approach.

    Contents

    How to propagate a wavefunction?

    Calculation of typical strong-field observables

    Time-dependent relativistic wave equations: Numerics of the Dirac and the

    Klein-Gordon equation

    Time-dependent density functional theory

    The multiconfiguration time-dependent Hartree-Fock method

    Time-dependent configuration interaction singles

    Strong-field approximation and quantum orbits

    Microscopic particle-in-cell approach

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    Dieter Bauer, University of Rostock, Germany.

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