Publications: Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ), The Flatiron Institute, New York

Years

These papers are ordered by article influence.

Phonon-driven spin-Floquet magneto-valleytronics in MoS2
Dongbin Shin,Hannes Hübener,Umberto De Giovannini,Hosub Jin,Angel Rubio, Noejung Park
Nature Communications 9, 638 (2018)
Layered Insulator/Molecule/Metal Heterostructures with Molecular Functionality through Porphyrin Intercalation
Ducke, Jacob; Riss, Alexander ; Pérez Paz, Alejandro; Seufert, Knud; Schwarz, Martin; Garnica, Manuela; Rubio, Angel; Auwärter, Willi
ACS Nano 12 (3), 2677 - 2684 (2018)
Transient charge and energy flow in the wide-band limit
F. Covito,F. G. Eich,R. Tuovinen,M. A. Sentef, A. Rubio
Journal Of Chemical Theory And Computation 14 (5), 2495 - 2504 (2018)
Coupled forward-backward trajectory approach for non-equilibrium electron-ion dynamics
Shunsuke A. Sato, Aaron Kelly, Angel Rubio
Physical Review B 134308 (2018)
First-principles simulations for attosecond photoelectron spectroscopy based on time-dependent density functional theory
Shunsuke A. Sato, Hannes Húbener, Angel Rubio, Umberto De Giovannini
European Physical Journal B (submitted), (2018)
Atomic-like high-harmonic generation from two-dimensional materials
Nicolas Tancogne-Dejean, Angel Rubio
Science Advances 4, (2018)
From a quantum-electrodynamical light–matter description to novel spectroscopies
Michael Ruggenthaler,Nicolas Tancogne-Dejean,Johannes Flick,Heiko Appel, Angel Rubio
Nature Reviews Chemistry 2, 0118 (2018)
Ab-initio Optimized Effective Potentials for Real Molecules in Optical Cavities: Photon Contributions to the Molecular Ground state
Johannes Flick,Christian Schäfer,Michael Ruggenthaler,Heiko Appel, Angel Rubio
ACS Photonics 992 - 1005 (2018)
Light-Matter Response Functions in Quantum-Electrodynamical Density-Functional Theory: Modi cations of Spectra and of the Maxwell Equations
Johannes Flick,Davis M. Welakuh,Michael Ruggenthaler,Heiko Appel, Angel Rubio
(submitted), (2018)