Tatsushi Ikeda

Tatsushi Ikeda
The University of Tokyo | Todai · Department of Chemical System Engineering

Ph.D.

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February 2020 - present
The University of Tokyo
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
June 2019 - January 2020
Princeton University
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  • PostDoc Position
April 2019 - May 2019
Institute for Molecular Science
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (13)
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The theory of hierarchical equations of motion (HEOM) is one of the standard methods to give exact evaluations of the dynamics as coupled to harmonic oscillator environments. However, the theory is numerically demanding due to its hierarchy, which is the set of auxiliary elements introduced to capture the non-Markovian and non-perturbative effects...
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The hierarchical equations of motion (HEOM) theory is one of the standard methods which give exact evaluations of dynamics coupled to harmonic oscillator environments. The theory is, however, numerically demanding because of its hierarchy, i.e., a set of auxiliary elements introduced to capture non-Markovian and non-perturbative effects of environm...
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The hierarchical equations of motion (HEOM) theory is one of the standard methods to rigorously describe open quantum dynamics coupled to harmonic environments. Such a model is used to capture non-Markovian and non-perturbative effects of environments appearing in ultrafast phenomena. In the regular framework of the HEOM theory, the environment cor...
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The hierarchical equations of motion (HEOM) theory is one of the standard methods to rigorously describe open quantum dynamics coupled to harmonic environments. Such a model is used to capture non-Markovian and non-perturbative effects of environments appearing in ultra-fast phenomena. In the regular framework of the HEOM theory, the environment co...
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A light-driven molecular motor system is investigated using a multi-state Brownian ratchet model described by a single effective coordinate with multiple electronic states in a dissipative environment. The rotational motion of the motor system is investigated on the basis of wavepacket dynamics. A current determined from the interplay between a fas...
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A light-driven molecular motor system is investigated using a multi-state Brownian ratchet model described by a single effective coordinate with multiple electronic states in a dissipative environment. The rotational motion of the motor system is investigated on the basis of wavepacket dynamics. A current determined from the interplay between a fas...
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Simulating electron-nucleus coupled dynamics poses a non-trivial challenge and an important problem in the investigation of ultrafast processes involving coupled electronic and vibrational dynamics. Because irreversibility of the system dynamics results from thermal activation and dissipation caused by the environment, in dynamical studies, it is n...
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Simulating electron-nucleus coupled dynamics poses a non-trivial challenge and an important problem in the investigation of ultrafast processes involving coupled electronic and vibrational dynamics. Because irreversibility of the system dynamics results from thermal activation and dissipation caused by the environment, in dynamical studies, it is n...
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We theoretically investigate internal conversion processes of a photoexcited molecule in a condensed phase. The molecular system is described by two-dimensional adiabatic ground and excited potential energy surfaces that are coupled to heat baths. We quantify the role of conical intersection (CI) and avoided crossing (AC) in the PESs in dissipative...
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We theoretically investigate internal conversion processes of a photoexcited molecule in a condensed phase. The molecular system is described by two-dimensional adiabatic ground and excited potential energy surfaces (PESs) that are coupled to heat baths. We study the role of conical intersection (CI) by computing the time evolution of wavepackets f...
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Photoisomerization in a system with multiple electronic states and anharmonic potential surfaces in a dissipative environment is investigated using a rigorous numerical method employing quantum hierarchical Fokker-Planck equations (QHFPE) for multi-state systems. We have developed a computer code incorporating QHFPE for general-purpose computing on...
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We explore and describe the roles of inter-molecular vibrations in terms of a Brownian oscillator (BO) model with linear-linear (LL) and square-linear (SL) system-bath interactions, which we use to analyze two-dimensional (2D) THz-Raman spectra obtained by means of molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. In addition to linear absorption (1D IR), we ca...

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