22. Optical Spectroscopy of Crystal Nucleation One Nucleus at a Time
21. Inside the Black Box: A Physical Basis for the Effectiveness of Deep Generative Models of Amorphous Materials
20. Optoelectronic Current through Unbiased Monolayer Amorphous Carbon Nanojunctions
19.Electronic Conduction through Monolayer Amorphous Carbon Nanojunctions
18. E2EDNA: Simulation Protocol for DNA Aptamers with Ligands
17. Nanometals Templated by Tobacco Mosaic Virus Coat Protein with Enhanced Catalytic Activity
Y Pan, A Szuchmacher Blum, L Simine, and J Mauzeroll , Applied Catalysis B: Environmental
16. Solving the Wigner Equation with Signed Particles Monte Carlo for Chemically Relevant Potentials
15. Generating Multiscale Amorphous Molecular Structures Using Deep Learning: A Study in 2D
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14. Predicting optical spectra for optoelectronic polymers using coarse-grained models and recurrent neural networks
L Simine, T Allen, and P Rossky, accepted to PNAS (2020)
13. Electronic noise due to temperature difference in atomic-scale junctions
O Shein Lumbroso, L Simine, A Nitzan, D Segal, and O Tal, Nature 562, 240 (2018)
12. Fluorescent proteins detect host structural rearrangements via electrostatic mechanism.
L Simine, H Lammert, L Sun, J N Onuchic, P J Rossky, J. Am. Chem. Soc. Comm., 140 (4), 1203 (2018) pdf
11. Direct observation of substituted polythiophene planarisation via side-chain alignment.
D Raithel, L Simine, S Pickel, K Schötz, F Panzer, S Baderschneider, D Schiefer, R Lohwasser, J Köhler, M Thelakkat, M Sommer, A Köhler, PJ Rossky, R Hildner, PNAS, 115 (11) 2699 (2018) pdf
10. Relating Chromophoric and Structural Disorder in Conjugated Polymers.
L Simine, PJ Rossky The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 8 (8), 1752-1756 (2017)
9. Can the Seebeck Coefficient Identify Quantum Interference in Molecular Conduction?
L Simine, W-J Chen, and D Segal, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (22), 12097-12108 (2015)
8. Electron transport in nanoscale junctions with local anharmonic modes.
L Simine and D Segal, The Journal of Chemical Physics 141, 014704 (2014)
7. Landau-Zener transitions mediated by an environment: population transfer and energy dissipation.
A Dodin, S Garmon, L Simine, and D Segal, The Journal of Chemical Physics 140, 124709 (2014)
6. Path-integral simulations with fermionic and bosonic reservoirs: Transport and dissipation in molecular electronic junctions.
L Simine and D Segal, The Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 214111 (2013)
5. Amplification of non‐Markovian decay due to bound state absorption into continuum.
S Garmon, T Petrosky, L Simine, D Segal, Fortschritte der Physik 61 (2‐3), 261-275 (2013)
4. Vibrational cooling, heating, and instability in molecular conducting junctions: Full counting statistics analysis.
L Simine and D Segal, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (40), 13820-13834 (2012)
3. Quantum fluctuation theorem for heat exchange in the strong coupling regime.
L Nicolin, D Segal, Physical Review B 84 (16), 161414 (2011)
2. Non-equilibrium spin-boson model: Counting statistics and the heat exchange fluctuation theorem.
L Nicolin, D Segal, The Journal of Chemical Physics 135 (16), 164106 (2011)
1. Thermal conductance of the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam chains: Atomic to mesoscopic transition.
L Nicolin, D Segal, Physical Review E (Rapid) 81 (4), 040102 (2010)