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Modeling of Multi-Photon Excitations in Charge-Transfer Materials
Final rept. 1 Jul 2005-21 Jun 2006
ROYAL INST OF TECH STOCKHOLM (SWEDEN)
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This report results from a contract tasking Royal Institute of Technology as follows The aim of the present proposal is to develop and apply a computer code DALTON for studies of multiphoton excitations in charge-transfer materials. The basic technology is density functional response theory, originally developed by the Swedish partner, with the intend of this project to implement in such a way that it becomes practical for large scale accurate, calculations of charge transfer materials of different size and character, Such materials are very promising for achieving optical control of strong laser light The final deliverable will include an enhanced version of the DALTON software program that will be available for AFRLML to download via a website URL address.
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