Shirin Faraji
Shirin Faraji
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Conical intersections: theory, computation and experiment
W Domcke, DR Yarkony, H Köppel
World Scientific, 2011
3182011
Towards a higher-order description of Jahn–Teller coupling effects in molecular spectroscopy: The A∼ 2E ″state of NO3
S Faraji, H Köppel, W Eisfeld, S Mahapatra
Chemical Physics 347 (1-3), 110-119, 2008
532008
Intermolecular Coulombic Decay in Biology: The Initial Electron Detachment from FADH in DNA Photolyases
PHP Harbach, M Schneider, S Faraji, A Dreuw
The journal of physical chemistry letters 4 (6), 943-949, 2013
522013
Physicochemical mechanism of light-driven DNA repair by (6-4) photolyases
S Faraji, A Dreuw
Annual review of physical chemistry 65, 275-292, 2014
382014
Full dimensional quantum-mechanical simulations for the vibronic dynamics of difluorobenzene radical cation isomers using the multilayer multiconfiguration time-dependent …
Q Meng, S Faraji, O Vendrell, HD Meyer
The Journal of Chemical Physics 137 (13), 134302, 2012
372012
Multistate vibronic interactions in difluorobenzene radical cations. II. Quantum dynamical simulations
S Faraji, HD Meyer, H Köppel
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (7), 074311, 2008
362008
Ab initio quantum dynamical study of the multi-state nonadiabatic photodissociation of pyrrole
S Faraji, M Vazdar, VS Reddy, M Eckert-Maksic, H Lischka, H Koeppel
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (15), 154310, 2011
342011
On the nature of an extended Stokes shift in the mPlum fluorescent protein
S Faraji, AI Krylov
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (41), 13052-13062, 2015
252015
Proton-transfer-steered mechanism of photolesion repair by (6–4)-photolyases
S Faraji, A Dreuw
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 3 (2), 227-230, 2012
222012
A quantum chemical perspective on (6-4) photolesion repair by photolyases
A Dreuw, S Faraji
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (46), 19957-19969, 2013
212013
Combined QM/MM investigation on the light-driven electron-induced repair of the (6–4) thymine dimer catalyzed by DNA photolyase
S Faraji, G Groenhof, A Dreuw
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (35), 10071-10079, 2013
202013
Calculations of non-adiabatic couplings within equation-of-motion coupled-cluster framework: Theory, implementation, and validation against multi-reference methods
S Faraji, S Matsika, AI Krylov
The Journal of chemical physics 148 (4), 044103, 2018
192018
Insights into light‐driven DNA repair by photolyases: challenges and opportunities for electronic structure theory
S Faraji, A Dreuw
Photochemistry and photobiology 93 (1), 37-50, 2017
182017
Multistate vibronic interactions in difluorobenzene radical cations. I. Electronic structure calculations
S Faraji, H Köppel
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (7), 074310, 2008
182008
Characterization of the Intermediate in and Identification of the Repair Mechanism of (64) Photolesions by Photolyases
S Faraji, D Zhong, A Dreuw
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (17), 5175-5178, 2016
132016
Structure and photophysics of indigoids for singlet fission: Cibalackrot
JL Ryerson, A Zaykov, LE Aguilar Suarez, RWA Havenith, BR Stepp, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 151 (18), 184903, 2019
122019
Emission Turn‐On and Solubility Turn‐Off in Conjugated Polymers: One‐and Two‐Photon‐Induced Removal of Fluorescence‐Quenching Solubilizing Groups
KM Schelkle, S Becht, S Faraji, M Petzoldt, K Müllen, T Buckup, A Dreuw, ...
Macromolecular rapid communications 36 (1), 31-37, 2015
112015
Multi-Mode Jahn–Teller and Pseudo-Jahn–Teller Effects in Benzenoid Cations
S Faraji, E Gindensperger, H Köppel
The Jahn-Teller Effect, 239-276, 2009
82009
GronOR nonorthogonal configuration interaction calculations at exascale
TP Straatsma, R Broer, S Faraji, RWA Havenith
Annual Reports in Computational Chemistry 14, 77-91, 2018
72018
Quantum chemical study of the enzymatic repair of T (6‐4) C/C (6‐4) T UV‐photolesions by DNA photolyases
S Faraji, L Wirz, A Dreuw
ChemPhysChem 14 (12), 2817-2824, 2013
72013
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