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TANIMURA, Yoshitaka; Professor

Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University

Lecture note on Learn Schrödinger, Dirac & Feynman formalisms in 90 minutes   (Zip file,  Oct 10, 2012)

Lecture note on the theory of multidimensional vibrational spectroscopy  (Zip file, April 24 2015)

Lecture note on the theory of multidimensional electric spectroscopy  (Zip file, May 26 2015)

Lecture note on reduced hierarchy equations of motion  (Zip file, Oct 9, 2015)

Program Codes: (the following may not be the latest version, please feel free to contact)

  • Markovian2005(Gaussian-Markovian master equation for a spin system coupled to 3D anisotropic baths)
  • nonMarkovian2009 (with low temperature correction terms,   Jan 12, 2011 version)
  • nonMarkovian2009+2D (with low temperature correction terms+ subroutines for linear and 2D correlation spectra,  Oct. 3rd, 2012 version)
  • nonMarkovian2012+2D (Drude+Brownian mode)
  • TanimuranFP15 (real-time and imaginary-time quantum hierarchal Fokker-Planck equations,   March 21 , 2015 version)

Curriculum Vitae
Keio University, Department of Physics, Ph.D
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, PosDoc
University of Rochester, Chemistry department, PosDoc
Institute for Molecular Science, Department of Theoretical Studies, Associate professor
Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University, Professor
Major field
Theoretical Chemical Physics, Statistical Physics
2002  Morino Foundation Award
2011  Humboldt Research Award
2013  Yagami Award
2014  American Physical Soc. Fellow
Current subjects
  1. Dynamic theory of processes of chemical interest in condensed matter.
  2. Theoretical studies of electric states of organic conductors

Complete list of research subjects

Main publications
  1. Y. Tanimura, Real-time and imaginary-time quantum hierarchal Fokker-Planck equations, J. Chem. Phys. 142, 144110 (2015). [Open Access]
  2. Y. Tanimura, Reduced hierarchical equations of motion in real and imaginary time: Correlated initial states and thermodynamic quantities, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 044114 (2014). [Open Access] [2014 JCP Editorsf Choice in Theoretical Methods and Algorithms]
  3. A. Sakurai and Y. Tanimura, Self-excited current oscillations in a resonant tunneling diode described by a model based on the Caldeira–Leggett Hamiltonian, New J. Phys. 16, 015002 (2014). [full text PDF: OPEN ACCESS] (626K byte)
  4. Y. Tanimura and A. Ishizaki, Modeling, Calculating, and Analyzing Multidimensional Vibrational Spectroscopies, Acc. Chem. Res.  42, 1270 (2009).[full text PDF: OPEN ACCESS]
  5. Y. Tanimura, Stochastic Liouville, Langevin, Fokker-Planck, and master equation approaches to quantum dissipative systems, J. Phys. So,c. Jpn. 75, 082001 (2006). [full text PDF: OPEN ACCESS]  (Free download; 6M byte large)
  6. A. Ishizaki and Y. Tanimura, Quantum dynamics of a system strongly coupled to a low temperature colored noise bath: reduced hierarchy equations approach, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 74, 3131 (2005). [full text PDF: OPEN ACCESS] (110K)
  7. Y. Tanimura and S. Mukamel, "Two-dimensional femtosecond vibrational spectroscopy of liquids," J. Chem. Phys . 99, 9496 (1993).
  8. Y. Tanimura and P. G. Wolynes, "Quantum and classical Fokker-Planck equations for a Gaussian-Markovian noise bath," Phys. Rev.  A43, 4131 (1991).
  9. Y. Tanimura and R. Kubo, "Time evolution of a quantum system in contact with a nearly Gaussian-Markoffian noise bath," J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 58, 101 (1989).[full text PDF: OPEN ACCESS] (1.2M byte large)

Complete list of publications 

Publication list of Ryogo Kubo

Tel; 075-753-4017
Fax; 075-753-4018
E-mail; tanimura (please add @kuchem.kyoto-u.ac.jp from outside of department)