Roel Tempelaar

  • 604 Citations
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Research Interests

Professor Tempelaar’s group seeks to unravel how quantum mechanics dictates the optical and dynamical properties of biologically relevant and emerging materials. In many such materials, a multitude of components such as electrons, nuclei, and optical modes interact, resulting in behavior that seems nontrivial based on known fundamental principles. Examples can be found in the light-to-energy conversion in photosynthesis, charge interactions in semiconducting atomic monolayers, and the hybridization of photons and electronic states inside nano cavities. By developing new numerical and analytical tools they make such behavior comprehensible, while advancing our fundamental understanding of the chemistry and physics at the nano scale.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Groningen

… → 2015

BS, University of Groningen

… → 2009

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Research Output

  • 604 Citations
  • 20 Article
  • 1 Comment/debate
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  • 2 Scopus citations

    Multiset Matrix Product State Calculations Reveal Mobile Franck-Condon Excitations under Strong Holstein-Type Coupling

    Kloss, B., Reichman, D. R. & Tempelaar, R., Sep 16 2019, In : Physical review letters. 123, 12, 126601.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 5 Scopus citations

    Perylene Diimide-Based Hj- And hJ-Aggregates- And Prospect of Exciton Band Shape Engineering in Organic Materials

    Oleson, A., Zhu, T., Dunn, I. S., Bialas, D., Bai, Y., Zhang, W., Dai, M., Reichman, D. R., Tempelaar, R., Huang, L. & Spano, F. C., Aug 22 2019, In : Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 123, 33, p. 20567-20578 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    Removing instabilities in the hierarchical equations of motion: Exact and approximate projection approaches

    Dunn, I. S., Tempelaar, R. & Reichman, D. R., May 14 2019, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 150, 18, 184109.

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  • 4 Scopus citations