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Eric Bittner

  • PhD
  • Professor of Chemistry
  • University of Houston
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Quantum dynamics

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Fluorescence depolarization in poly[2-methoxy-5-((2-ethylhexyl)oxy)-1,4-phenylenevinylene]: Sites versus eigenstates hopping

  • Singh J
  • Bittner E
  • Beljonne D
  • Scholes G
The Journal of Chemical Physics (2009)
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Excited state calculations on fluorene-based polymer blends: {E}ffect of stacking orientation and solvation

  • Ramon J
  • Bittner E
The Journal of Chemical Physics (2007)
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Exciton Regeneration Dynamics in Model Donor-Acceptor Polymer Heterojunctions

  • Ramon J
  • Bittner E
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
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Integrating the quantum {H}amilton--{J}acobi equations by wavefront expansion and phase space analysis

  • Bittner E
  • Wyatt R
The Journal of Chemical Physics (2000)
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Quantum tunneling dynamics using hydrodynamic trajectories

  • Bittner E
The Journal of Chemical Physics (2000)
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Professional experience

Professor of Chemistry

University of Houston

June 1997 - Present

Professor

University of Houston

Education history

University of Chicago Department of Chemistry

PhD

Valparaiso University

BS-Chemistry/Physics