Garrett A Meek
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Near‐infrared harvesting transparent luminescent solar concentrators
Y Zhao, GA Meek, BG Levine, RR Lunt
Advanced Optical Materials 2 (7), 606-611, 2014
1512014
Evaluation of the time-derivative coupling for accurate electronic state transition probabilities from numerical simulations
GA Meek, BG Levine
The journal of physical chemistry letters 5 (13), 2351-2356, 2014
672014
Wave function continuity and the diagonal Born-Oppenheimer correction at conical intersections
GA Meek, BG Levine
The Journal of Chemical Physics 144 (18), 184109, 2016
342016
The best of both Reps—Diabatized Gaussians on adiabatic surfaces
GA Meek, BG Levine
The Journal of Chemical Physics 145 (18), 184103, 2016
262016
Polaronic relaxation by three-electron bond formation in graphitic carbon nitrides
GA Meek, AD Baczewski, DJ Little, BG Levine
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (8), 4023-4032, 2014
222014
Accurate and efficient evaluation of transition probabilities at unavoided crossings in ab initio multiple spawning
GA Meek, BG Levine
Chemical Physics 460, 117-124, 2015
132015
Painless modeling of dynamics near conical intersections
B Levine, G Meek
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Addressing the second derivative coupling in nonadiabatic molecular dynamics simulations
G Meek, B Levine
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 251, 2016
2016
Addressing Wave Function Discontinuities at Conical Intersections and Novel Charge Transfer Processes in Nanomaterials
GA Meek
Michigan State University. Chemistry, 2016
2016
Time-derivative coupling scheme for accurate electronic state transition probabilities in nonadiabatic molecular dynamics
G Meek, B Levine
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 249, 2015
2015
Multielectron transfer processes in strongly coupled bis (pyridinium) systems
A Petty, K Olson, G Meek, BG Levine, TF Guarr
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 247, 2014
2014
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