Publications

2017

92.
Werner Koch; David Tannor (2017). Wavepacket revivals via complex trajectory propagation.  Chemical Physics Letters. 683:306-314.  Abstract

2016

91.
Hr Larsson; B Hartke; David Tannor (2016). Efficient molecular quantum dynamics in coordinate and phase space using pruned bases.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 145:(20)  Abstract
90.
Ilya Averbukh; John Hepburn; Valery Milner; David Tannor (2016). Special issue on coherence and control in the quantum world.  Journal Of Physics B-Atomic Molecular And Optical Physics. 49:(15)
89.
Shai Machnes; Elie Assemat; Henrik R. Larsson; David Tannor (2016). Quantum Dynamics in Phase Space using Projected von Neumann Bases.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 120:(19)3296-3308.  Abstract

2015

88.
David Avisar; David Tannor (2015). Excited-state wavepacket and potential reconstruction by coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 17:(4)2297-2310.  Abstract
87.
David Tannor; Norio Takemoto; Asaf Shimshovitz (2015). Phase Space Approach to Solving the Schrodinger Equation: Thinking Inside the Box.  Advances In Chemical Physics, Vol 156. 1-34.

2014

86.
Asaf Shimshovitz; Zlatko Bacic; David Tannor (2014). The von Neumann basis in non-Cartesian coordinates: Application to floppy triatomic molecules.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 141:(23)  Abstract
85.
An Pechen; David Tannor (2014). Control of quantum transmission is trap free.  Canadian Journal Of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie. 92:(2)157-159.  Abstract
84.
Noa Zamstein; David Tannor (2014). Communication: Overcoming the root search problem in complex quantum trajectory calculations.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 140:(4)  Abstract

2013

83.
Asaf Shimshovitz; Norio Takemoto; David Tannor (2013). Phase space approach to quantum mechanical calculations for large systems: Thinking inside the box.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 246.  Abstract

2012

82.
Noa Zamstein; David Tannor (2012). Non-adiabatic molecular dynamics with complex quantum trajectories. I. The diabatic representation.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 137:(22)  Abstract
81.
Noa Zamstein; David Tannor (2012). Non-adiabatic molecular dynamics with complex quantum trajectories. II. The adiabatic representation.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 137:(22)  Abstract
80.
Asaf Shimshovitz; David Tannor (2012). Communication: Phase space wavelets for solving Coulomb problems.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 137:(10)  Abstract
79.
Asaf Shimshovitz; David Tannor (2012). Phase-Space Approach to Solving the Time-Independent Schrodinger Equation.  Physical Review Letters. 109:(7)  Abstract
78.
Norio Takemoto; Asaf Shimshovitz; David Tannor (2012). Communication: Phase space approach to laser-driven electronic wavepacket propagation.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 137:(1)  Abstract
77.
David Avisar; David Tannor (2012). Multi-dimensional wavepacket and potential reconstruction by resonant coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering: Application to H2O and HOD.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 136:(21)  Abstract
76.
Alexander N. Pechen; David Tannor (2012). Comment on "Are There Traps in Quantum Control Landscapes?" Reply.  Physical Review Letters. 108:(19)
75.
Alexander N. Pechen; David Tannor (2012). Quantum Control Landscape for a Lambda-atom in the Vicinity of Second-Order Traps.  Israel Journal of Chemistry. 52:(5)467-472.  Abstract
74.
Haidong Yuan; Christiane P. Koch; Peter Salamon; David Tannor (2012). Controllability on relaxation-free subspaces: On the relationship between adiabatic population transfer and optimal control.  Physical Review A. 85:(3)  Abstract
73.
Bill Poirier; David Tannor (2012). An action principle for complex quantum trajectories.  Molecular Physics. 110:(10-Sep)897-908.  Abstract

2011

72.
Lorenza Viola; David Tannor (2011). Quantum control theory for coherence and information dynamics.  Journal Of Physics B-Atomic Molecular And Optical Physics. 44:(15)
71.
Reuven Eitan; Michael Mundt; David Tannor (2011). Optimal control with accelerated convergence: Combining the Krotov and quasi-Newton methods.  Physical Review A. 83:(5)  Abstract
70.
David Avisar; David Tannor (2011). Complete Reconstruction of the Wave Function of a Reacting Molecule by Four-Wave Mixing Spectroscopy.  Physical Review Letters. 106:(17)  Abstract
69.
Alexander N. Pechen; David Tannor (2011). Are there Traps in Quantum Control Landscapes?.  Physical Review Letters. 106:(12)  Abstract
68.
Jeremy Schiff; Yair Goldfarb; David Tannor (2011). Path-integral derivations of complex trajectory methods.  Physical Review A. 83:(1)  Abstract
67.
Stefan Ruetzel; Christoph Stolzenberger; Frank Dimler; David Tannor; Tobias Brixner (2011). Adaptive coherent control using the von Neumann basis.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 13:(19)8627-8636.  Abstract
66.
David Avisar; David Tannor (2011). Wavepacket and potential reconstruction by four-wave mixing spectroscopy: preliminary application to polyatomic molecules.  Faraday Discussions. 153:131-148.  Abstract

2010

65.
Werner Koch; Frank Grossmann; David Tannor (2010). Trajectory Based Non-Markovian Dissipative Tunneling.  Physical Review Letters. 105:(23)  Abstract
64.
Stefan Ruetzel; Christoph Stolzenberger; Susanne Fechner; Frank Dimler; Tobias Brixner; David Tannor (2010). Molecular quantum control landscapes in von Neumann time-frequency phase space.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 133:(16)  Abstract
63.
Uffe V. Poulsen; Shlomo Sklarz; David Tannor; Tommaso Calarco (2010). Correcting errors in a quantum gate with pushed ions via optimal control.  Physical Review A. 82:(1)  Abstract

2009

62.
Frank Dimler; Susanne Fechner; Alexander Rodenberg; Tobias Brixner; David Tannor (2009). Accurate and efficient implementation of the von Neumann representation for laser pulses with discrete and finite spectra.  New Journal of Physics. 11.  Abstract
61.
Michael Mundt; David Tannor (2009). Optimal control of interacting particles: a multi-configuration time-dependent Hartree-Fock approach.  New Journal of Physics. 11.  Abstract
60.
Thomas Polack; Haim Suchowski; David Tannor (2009). Uncontrollable quantum systems: A classification scheme based on Lie subalgebras.  Physical Review A. 79:(5)  Abstract
59.
Volker Engel; Christoph Meier; David Tannor (2009). Local Control Theory: Recent Applications to Energy and Particle Transfer Processes in Molecules.  Advances In Chemical Physics, Vol 141. 141:29-101.

2008

58.
Yair Goldfarb; Jeremy Schiff; David Tannor (2008). Complex trajectory method in time-dependent WKB.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 128:(16)  Abstract

2007

57.
Susanne Fechner; Frank Dimler; Tobias Brixner; Gustav Gerber; David Tannor (2007). The von Neumann picture: a new representation for ultrashort laser pulses.  Optics Express. 15:(23)15387-15401.  Abstract
56.
Yair Goldfarb; Ilan Degani; David Tannor (2007). Response to "Comment on 'Bohmian mechanics with complex action: A new trajectory-based formulation of quantum mechanics' " [J. Chem. Phys. 127, 197101 (2007)].  Journal of Chemical Physics. 127:(19)
55.
Yair Goldfarb; David Tannor (2007). Interference in Bohmian mechanics with complex action.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 127:(16)  Abstract
54.
Yair Goldfarb; Jeremy Schiff; David Tannor (2007). Unified derivation of bohmian methods and the incorporation of interference effects.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 111:(41)10416-10421.  Abstract
53.
Yair Goldfarb; Ilan Degani; David Tannor (2007). Semiclassical approximation with zero velocity trajectories.  Chemical Physics. 338:(3-Feb)106-112.  Abstract
52.
Albrecht Lindinger; Vlasta Bonacic-Koutecky; Roland Mitrie et al. (2007). Analysis and control of small isolated molecular systems.  Analysis And Control Of Ultrafast Photoinduced Reactions. 25-152. [All authors]

2006

51.
Yair Goldfarb; Ilan Degani; David Tannor (2006). Bohmian mechanics with complex action: A new trajectory-based formulation of quantum mechanics.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 125:(23)  Abstract
50.
David Tannor (2006). CHED 478-A dynamic approach to teaching quantum mechanics.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 232.  Abstract
49.
I Degani; David Tannor (2006). Calculating multidimensional discrete variable representations from cubature formulas.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 110:(16)5395-5410.  Abstract
48.
Yair Goldman; David Tannor (2006). Bohmian mechanics with complex action.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 231.  Abstract
47.
David Tannor; Anna Pomyalov (2006). The non-Markovian quantum master equation in the collective mode representation: Application to barrier.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 231.  Abstract
46.
Se Sklarz; David Tannor (2006). Quantum computation via local control theory: Direct sum vs. direct product Hilbert spaces.  Chemical Physics. 322:(2-Jan)87-97.  Abstract

2005

45.
Anna Pomyalov; David Tannor (2005). The non-Markovian quantum master equation in the collective-mode representation: Application to barrier crossing in the intermediate friction regime.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 123:(20)  Abstract
44.
I Degani; J Schiff; David Tannor (2005). Commuting extensions and cubature formulae.  Numerische Mathematik. 101:(3)479-500.  Abstract
43.
T Geyer; David Tannor (2005). A mapping approach to synchronization in the 'Zajfman trap': II. The observed bunch.  Journal Of Physics B-Atomic Molecular And Optical Physics. 38:(18)3423-3446.  Abstract
42.
E Boukobza; David Tannor (2005). Entropy exchange and entanglement in the Jaynes-Cummings model.  Physical Review A. 71:(6)  Abstract

2004

41.
Se Sklarz; David Tannor; N Khaneja (2004). Optimal control of quantum dissipative dynamics: Analytic solution for cooling the three-level Lambda system.  Physical Review A. 69:(5)  Abstract
40.
T Geyer; David Tannor (2004). A mapping approach to synchronization in the 'Zajfman trap': stability conditions and the synchronization mechanism.  Journal Of Physics B-Atomic Molecular And Optical Physics. 37:(1)73-92.  Abstract

2002

39.
Daniel Strasser; T Geyer; Hb Pedersen et al. (2002). Negative mass instability for interacting particles in a 1D box: Theory and application.  Physical Review Letters. 89:(28)  Abstract [All authors]
38.
Mo Scully; Y Aharonov; Kt Kapale; David Tannor; G Sussmann; H Walther (2002). Sharpening accepted thermodynamic wisdom via quantum control: or cooling to an internal temperature of zero by external coherent control fields without spontaneous emission.  Journal of Modern Optics. 49:(14-15)2297-2307.  Abstract
37.
Se Sklarz; I Friedler; David Tannor; Yb Band; Cj Williams (2002). Flat-phase loading of a Bose-Einstein condensate into an optical lattice.  Physical Review A. 66:(5)  Abstract
36.
Se Sklarz; David Tannor (2002). Loading a Bose-Einstein condensate onto an optical lattice: An application of optimal control theory to the nonlinear Schrodinger equation.  Physical Review A. 66:(5)  Abstract
35.
Sp Shah; David Tannor; Sa Rice (2002). Controllability of population transfer to degenerate states: Analytical and numerical results for a four-level system.  Physical Review A. 66:(3)  Abstract

2001

34.
J Faeder; Iddo Pinkas; G Knopp; Yehiam Prior; David Tannor (2001). Vibrational polarization beats in femtosecond coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy: A signature of dissociative pump-dump-pump wave packet dynamics.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 115:(18)8440-8454.  Abstract
33.
David Tannor (2001). Quantum control.  Chemical & Engineering News. 79:(27)2-2.
32.
A Bartana; R Kosloff; David Tannor (2001). Laser cooling of molecules by dynamically trapped states.  Chemical Physics. 267:(3-Jan)195-207.  Abstract

2000

31.
Sa Rice; S Shah; David Tannor (2000). Further development of the extended STIRAP method for control of molecular dynamics.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 220:U197-U197.  Abstract
30.
David Tannor (2000). Laser cooling as a paradigm for control of decoherence: A theory of purity increasing transformations.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 220:U196-U196.  Abstract
29.
E Geva; E Rosenman; David Tannor (2000). On the second-order corrections to the quantum canonical equilibrium density matrix.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 113:(4)1380-1390.  Abstract
28.
David Tannor; S Garashchuk (2000). Semiclassical calculation of chemical reaction dynamics via wavepacket correlation functions.  Annual Review of Physical Chemistry. 51:553-600.  Abstract
27.
Dovrat Kohen; David Tannor (2000). Phase space approach to dissipative molecular dynamics.  Advances In Chemical Physics, Vol 111. 111:219-398.

1999

26.
David Tannor; A Bartana (1999). On the interplay of control fields and spontaneous emission in laser cooling.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 103:(49)10359-10363.  Abstract
25.
U Kleinekathofer; David Tannor (1999). Extension of the mapped Fourier method to time-dependent problems.  Physical Review E. 60:(4)4926-4933.  Abstract
24.
Ir Sola; VS Malinovsky; David Tannor (1999). Optimal pulse sequences for population transfer in multilevel systems.  Physical Review A. 60:(4)3081-3090.  Abstract
23.
C Meier; David Tannor (1999). Non-Markovian evolution of the density operator in the presence of strong laser fields.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 111:(8)3365-3376.  Abstract
22.
S Garashchuk; David Tannor (1999). Semiclassical calculation of cumulative reaction probabilities.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 1:(6)1081-1090.  Abstract
21.
J Ankerhold; F Grossmann; David Tannor (1999). Partitioning dynamic and thermal factors in quantum rate calculations: a coherent state approach.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 1:(6)1333-1342.  Abstract
20.
S Garashchuk; David Tannor (1999). Cumulative reaction probability in terms of reactant-product wave packet correlation functions.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 110:(6)2761-2770.  Abstract
19.
David Tannor; R Kosloff; A Bartana (1999). Laser cooling of internal degrees of freedom of molecules by dynamically trapped states.  Faraday Discussions. 113:365-383.  Abstract

1998

18.
J Morelli; David Tannor (1998). Phase space distribution function approach to the Kramers problem. III. Anharmonic potentials.  Chemical Physics. 235:(3-Jan)213-225.  Abstract
17.
S Garashchuk; David Tannor (1998). Correlation function formulation for the state selected total reaction probability.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 109:(8)3028-3036.  Abstract
16.
Ir Sola; J Santamaria; David Tannor (1998). Optimal control of multiphoton excitation: A black box or a flexible toolkit?.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 102:(23)4301-4309.  Abstract

1997

15.
VS Malinovsky; David Tannor (1997). Simple and robust extension of the stimulated Raman adiabatic passage technique to N-level systems.  Physical Review A. 56:(6)4929-4937.  Abstract
14.
Dovrat Kohen; Cc Marston; David Tannor (1997). Phase space approach to theories of quantum dissipation.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 107:(13)5236-5253.  Abstract
13.
Dovrat Kohen; David Tannor (1997). Classical-quantum correspondence in the Redfield equation and its solutions.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 107:(13)5141-5153.  Abstract
12.
VS Malinovsky; C Meier; David Tannor (1997). Optical paralysis in electronically congested systems: application to large-amplitude vibrational motion of ground state Na-2.  Chemical Physics. 221:(2-Jan)67-76.  Abstract
11.
S Garashchuk; F Grossmann; David Tannor (1997). Semiclassical approach to the hydrogen-exchange reaction - Reactive and transition-state dynamics.  Journal Of The Chemical Society-Faraday Transactions. 93:(5)781-789.  Abstract
10.
A Bartana; R Kosloff; David Tannor (1997). Laser cooling of internal degrees of freedom .2.  Journal of Chemical Physics. 106:(4)1435-1448.  Abstract
9.
Ra Marcus; J Troe; Ah Zewail; H Hamaguchi; Dm Neumark; B Hess; W Hebel; Eli Pollak; David Tannor (1997). Solvent dynamics and RRKM theory of clusters.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:391-408.
8.
H Rabitz; T Kobayashi; Rw Field; David Tannor (1997). Ramifications of feedback for control of quantum dynamics.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:315-325.
7.
Sa Rice; J Manz; B Kohler et al. (1997). Perspectives on the control of quantum many-body dynamics: Application to chemical reactions.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:213-283. [All authors]
6.
David Tannor; R Kosloff; A Bartana; Dm Neumark; J Manz (1997). Laser heating, cooling, and transparency of internal degrees of freedom of molecules.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:301-314.
5.
Ah Zewail; G Casati; Sa Rice; M Chergui; David Tannor; T Kobayashi; H Rabitz (1997). Femtochemistry: Chemical reaction dynamics and their control.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:3-45.
4.
Rs Berry; V Bonacickoutecky; J Gaus et al. (1997). Size-dependent ultrafast relaxation phenomena in metal clusters.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:101-139. [All authors]
3.
Gr Fleming; T Joo; M Cho; Ah Zewail; VS Letokhov; Ra Marcus; Eli Pollak; David Tannor; S Mukamel (1997). Femtosecond chemical dynamics in condensed phases.  Chemical Reactions And Their Control On The Femtosecond Time Scale Xxth Solvay Conference On Chemistry. 101:141-183.

1996

2.
S Garashchuk; David Tannor (1996). Calculation of autocorrelation functions using the Wigner representation of quantum mechanics.  Chemical Physics Letters. 263:(2-Jan)324-330.  Abstract
1.
S Garashchuk; David Tannor (1996). Wave packet correlation function approach to H-2(upsilon)+H->H+H-2(upsilon'): Semiclassical implementation.  Chemical Physics Letters. 262:(4-Mar)477-485.  Abstract