Benjamin H Ellis
Benjamin H Ellis
Postdoctoral researcher, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Verified email at lbl.gov
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Development of the multicomponent coupled-cluster theory for investigation of multiexcitonic interactions
BH Ellis, S Aggarwal, A Chakraborty
Journal of chemical theory and computation 12 (1), 188-200, 2016
172016
Investigation of Many-Body Correlation in Biexcitonic Systems Using Electron–Hole Multicomponent Coupled-Cluster Theory
BH Ellis, A Chakraborty
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (2), 1291-1298, 2017
112017
Linked-Cluster Formulation of Electron–Hole Interaction Kernel in Real-Space Representation without Using Unoccupied States
MG Bayne, JA Scher, BH Ellis, A Chakraborty
Journal of chemical theory and computation 14 (7), 3656-3666, 2018
42018
Investigation of many-body correlation in excitonic and biexcitonic systems using electron-hole multicomponent coupled-cluster theory (eh-mcCC)
B Ellis, A Chakraborty
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Development of multicomponent coupled-cluster theory and its application to nanoclusters and molecular systems
BH Ellis
2016
Spectroscopic properties of semiconductor quantum dots embedded in biological medium
B Ellis, W Jiang, J Elward, FJ Irudayanathan, S Nangia, A Chakraborty
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 250, 2015
2015
Development of the multicomponent coupled-cluster theory for investigating non-adiabatic electron-nuclear interactions in confined chemical systems
B Ellis, A Chakraborty
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 250, 2015
2015
ECE Diagnostics for ITER
R Ellis, M Austin, J Beno, W Rowan, P Phillips, A Hubbard, H Pandya, ...
APS 2013, UP8. 013, 2013
2013
Development of multicomponent semistochastic quantum Monte Carlo method for variational solution of molecular Hamiltonian without invoking the Born-Oppenheimer approximation
B Ellis, A Chakraborty, A Holmes, H Changlani, C Umrigar
APS 2013, W24. 004, 2013
2013
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