- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Acknowledgements
- Abstract
- The electron force field, a method for simulating large-scale excited electron dynamics
- Simulating excited electron dynamics in condensed matter
- Electron force field makes large scale simulations possible.
- Wave packet molecular dynamics
- Reference methods for ground and excited states
- History and current progress on the electron force field
- Appendix A: Wave packet MD equations of motion
- Appendix B: Adiabatic excited state dynamics

- Bibliography
- Development of an electron force field. I. Low Z atoms and hydrocarbons, and matter at extreme conditions
- Introduction
- General theory of the eFF
- Validation against ground state systems
- Application to matter at extreme conditions
- Conclusion
- Appendix A: Derivation of Pauli function terms
- Appendix B: Derivation of the Saha equation
- Appendix C: Hartree-Fock orbital energies versus photoelectron energies

- Bibliography
- Development of an electron force field. II. New treatment of p-like electrons, resulting in improved accuracy for first-row atoms, atom hydrides, and hydrocarbons

- Bibliography
- Development of an electron force field. III. Metallic electrons and the uniform electron gas. Creation of a correlation function
- Introduction
- Energy expressions
- On the exchange and correlation partitioning of energies
- Exchange and correlation functions for the uniform electron gas
- Static properties of the uniform electron gas
- Dynamic properties of the uniform electron gas
- Exchange and correlation functions for systems with nuclei
- Performance of new functions on systems with nuclei
- Conclusion
- Supplemental tables

- Bibliography
- About this document ...

Julius 2008-04-29