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Type of Document Dissertation
Author Goncharov, Vladimir Anatoliy
URN etd-03212014-212348
Title Nonlinear optical response: New in silico Methods and Features
Degree PhD
Department Physics
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Kalman Varga Committee Chair
Andreas Berlind Committee Member
David Ernst Committee Member
Richard Haglund Committee Member
Sait Umar Committee Member
  • Light-matter interactions
  • hyperpolarizability
  • Nonlinear optics
  • condensed matter
  • silicon
Date of Defense 2014-03-19
Availability unrestricted
Framework for ab initio calculation of nonlinear optical susceptibilities on the level of Real Time Time Dependent Density Functional Theory was developed and implemented in high performance numerical codes. Methodology was applied to modeling nonlinear response and calculation of nonlinear susceptibilities in atoms, molecules, nano structures and crystals. Calculations were routinely compared with available experimental data to ensure reliability of methods.
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