Regina de Vivie-Riedle
Regina de Vivie-Riedle
Professor für Theoretische Chemie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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Whither the future of controlling quantum phenomena?
H Rabitz, R de Vivie-Riedle, M Motzkus, K Kompa
Science 288 (5467), 824-828, 2000
Quantum computation with vibrationally excited molecules
CM Tesch, R de Vivie-Riedle
Physical review letters 89 (15), 157901, 2002
Extensions to quantum optimal control algorithms and applications to special problems in state selective molecular dynamics
K Sundermann, R de Vivie-Riedle
The Journal of chemical physics 110 (4), 1896-1904, 1999
Attosecond control of electron dynamics in carbon monoxide
I Znakovskaya, P von Den Hoff, S Zherebtsov, A Wirth, O Herrwerth, ...
Physical review letters 103 (10), 103002, 2009
Ultrafast excited-state proton transfer of 2-(2 ‘-hydroxyphenyl) benzothiazole: Theoretical analysis of the skeletal deformations and the active vibrational modes
R de Vivie-Riedle, V De Waele, L Kurtz, E Riedle
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107 (49), 10591-10599, 2003
Singlet oxygen reactivity with carbonate solvents used for Li-ion battery electrolytes
ATS Freiberg, MK Roos, J Wandt, R de Vivie-Riedle, HA Gasteiger
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 122 (45), 8828-8839, 2018
Controlling molecular ground-state dissociation by optimizing vibrational ladder climbing
T Witte, T Hornung, L Windhorn, D Proch, R de Vivie-Riedle, M Motzkus, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (5), 2021-2024, 2003
Applying optimal control theory for elements of quantum computation in molecular systems
CM Tesch, L Kurtz, R de Vivie-Riedle
Chemical Physics Letters 343 (5-6), 633-641, 2001
Theoretical spectroscopy of the NO radical. I. Potential curves and lifetimes of excited states
R de Vivie, SD Peyerimhoff
The Journal of chemical physics 89 (5), 3028-3043, 1988
Vibrational molecular quantum computing: Basis set independence and theoretical realization of the Deutsch–Jozsa algorithm
CM Tesch, R de Vivie-Riedle
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (24), 12158-12168, 2004
Quantum dynamics of photoexcited cyclohexadiene introducing reactive coordinates
A Hofmann, R Vivie-Riedle
Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (11), 5054-5059, 2000
Subcycle controlled charge-directed reactivity with few-cycle midinfrared pulses
I Znakovskaya, P Von Den Hoff, G Marcus, S Zherebtsov, B Bergues, X Gu, ...
Physical review letters 108 (6), 063002, 2012
The interplay of skeletal deformations and ultrafast excited-state intramolecular proton transfer: Experimental and theoretical investigation of 10-hydroxybenzo [h] quinoline
C Schriever, M Barbatti, K Stock, AJA Aquino, D Tunega, S Lochbrunner, ...
Chemical Physics 347 (1-3), 446-461, 2008
Adapting optimal control theory and using learning loops to provide experimentally feasible shaping mask patterns
T Hornung, M Motzkus, R de Vivie-Riedle
The Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (7), 3105-3111, 2001
Femtosecond lasers for quantum information technology
R de Vivie-Riedle, U Troppmann
Chemical reviews 107 (11), 5082-5100, 2007
Adiabatic approach for ultrafast quantum dynamics mediated by simultaneously active conical intersections
A Hofmann, R de Vivie-Riedle
Chemical physics letters 346 (3-4), 299-304, 2001
Subfemtosecond steering of hydrocarbon deprotonation through superposition of vibrational modes
AS Alnaser, M Kübel, R Siemering, B Bergues, NG Kling, KJ Betsch, ...
Nature Communications 5 (1), 3800, 2014
Making fast photoswitches faster—using hammett analysis to understand the limit of donor–acceptor approaches for faster hemithioindigo photoswitches
B Maerz, S Wiedbrauk, S Oesterling, E Samoylova, A Nenov, P Mayer, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 20 (43), 13984-13992, 2014
Cavity cooling of internal molecular motion
G Morigi, PWH Pinkse, M Kowalewski, R de Vivie-Riedle
Physical review letters 99 (7), 073001, 2007
Femtosecond Study of Multiphoton Ionization Processes in K2:  From Pump−Probe to Control
R de Vivie-Riedle, K Kobe, J Manz, W Meyer, B Reischl, S Rutz, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (19), 7789-7796, 1996
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