Junior research group Theoretical Chemistry
Ultrafast Dynamics and Time-resolved Spectroscopy
Vibronic effects in ultrafast dynamics and spectroscopy
Coupling of electronic and vibrational (nuclear) motion, known as vibronic coupling,
is almost inevitable once several electronic states are involved in the dynamics.
Therefore, vibronic effects must be taken into account in all kinds of nonlinear time-resolved optical spectroscopy.
We study the role of vibronic coupling in ultrafast dynamics
and thoroughly investigate its influence on four-wave mixing signals, like, e.g., two-dimensional photon-echo
or pump-probe techniques.
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