Dr. Dennis J. Diestler, Professor Emeritus
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0526
home office: (402) 466-0687
Diestler's research program consists of theoretical and computational studies on: (1) stability of multi-valent ligand-receptor complexes; (2) dynamical coupling of electronic and nuclear motions in molecules.
D. J. Diestler, A. Kenfack, J. Manz, and B. Paulus, "Coupled-Channels Quantum Theory of Electronic Flux Density in Electronically Adiabatic Processes: Application to the Hydrogen Molecule Ion," Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116, 2736 (2012).
D. J. Diestler, "Coupled-Channels Quantum Theory of Electronic Flux Density in Electronically Adiabatic Processes: Fundamentals," Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116, 2728 (2012).
J. Numata, A. Juneja, D. J. Diestler, and E. W. Knapp, "Influence of Spacer-Receptor Interactions on the Stability of Bivalent Ligand-Receptor Complexes," Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116, 2595 (2012).
D. J. Diestler and E. W. Knapp, "Statistical Mechanics of the Stability of Multi-valent Ligand- Receptor Complexes," Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114, 5287 (2010).
A. D. Bandrauk, S. Chelkowski, D. J. Diestler, J. Manz, and K.-J. Yuan, "Quantum Simulation of High-Order Harmonic Spectra of the Hydrogen Atom," Physical Review A 79, 023403 (2009).
D. J. Diestler, "Harmonic generation: Quantum-Electrodynamical Theory of the Harmonic Photon-Number Spectrum," Physical Review A 78, 033814 (2008).
D. J. Diestler and E. W. Knapp, "Statistical Thermodynamics of the Stability of Multi valent Ligand- Receptor Complexes," Physical Review Letters 100, 178101 (2008).