Jae Woo Park
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A structural remedy toward bright dipolar fluorophores in aqueous media
S Singha, D Kim, B Roy, S Sambasivan, H Moon, AS Rao, JY Kim, T Joo, ...
Chemical science 6 (7), 4335-4342, 2015
922015
All-atom semiclassical dynamics study of quantum coherence in photosynthetic Fenna–Matthews–Olson complex
HW Kim, A Kelly, JW Park, YM Rhee
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (28), 11640-11651, 2012
692012
Analytical derivative coupling for multistate CASPT2 theory
JW Park, T Shiozaki
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 13 (6), 2561-2570, 2017
552017
On-the-fly CASPT2 surface-hopping dynamics
JW Park, T Shiozaki
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 13 (8), 3676-3683, 2017
542017
Electric field keeps chromophore planar and produces high yield fluorescence in green fluorescent protein
JW Park, YM Rhee
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (41), 13619-13629, 2016
422016
Experimental and theoretical determination of the accurate CH/π interaction energies in benzene–alkane clusters: correlation between interaction energy and polarizability
A Fujii, H Hayashi, T Kazama, N Mikami, S Tsuzuki
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (31), 14131-14141, 2011
402011
Molecular-shape-dependent luminescent behavior of dye aggregates: bent versus linear benzocoumarins
H Moon, QP Xuan, D Kim, Y Kim, JW Park, CH Lee, HJ Kim, A Kawamata, ...
Crystal growth & design 14 (12), 6613-6619, 2014
282014
Effect of chromophore potential model on the description of exciton–phonon interactions
CW Kim, JW Park, YM Rhee
The journal of physical chemistry letters 6 (15), 2875-2880, 2015
262015
Condensed phase molecular dynamics using interpolated potential energy surfaces with application to the resolvation process of coumarin 153
JW Park, HW Kim, C Song, YM Rhee
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (1), 014107, 2011
252011
Emission shaping in fluorescent proteins: role of electrostatics and π-stacking
JW Park, YM Rhee
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (5), 3944-3955, 2016
202016
Interpolated Mechanics–Molecular Mechanics Study of Internal Rotation Dynamics of the Chromophore Unit in Blue Fluorescent Protein and Its Variants
JW Park, YM Rhee
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116, 11137, 2012
172012
Coherent intermolecular proton transfer in the acid–base reaction of excited state pyranine
W Heo, N Uddin, JW Park, YM Rhee, CH Choi, T Joo
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (28), 18243-18251, 2017
122017
Imaginary shift in CASPT2 nuclear gradient and derivative coupling theory
JW Park, R Al-Saadon, NE Strand, T Shiozaki
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 15 (7), 4088-4098, 2019
112019
Constructing polyatomic potential energy surfaces by interpolating diabatic Hamiltonian matrices with demonstration on green fluorescent protein chromophore
JW Park, YM Rhee
The Journal of Chemical Physics 140 (16), 164112, 2014
102014
Diabatic population matrix formalism for performing molecular mechanics style simulations with multiple electronic states
JW Park, YM Rhee
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 10, 5238, 2014
92014
Towards the realization of Ab initio dynamics at the speed of molecular mechanics: Simulations with interpolated diabatic hamiltonian
JW Park, YM Rhee
ChemPhysChem 15 (15), 3183-3193, 2014
92014
Single-state single-reference and multistate multireference zeroth-order Hamiltonians in MS-CASPT2 and conical intersections
JW Park
Journal of chemical theory and computation 15 (7), 3960-3973, 2019
72019
On the accuracy of retinal protonated Schiff base models
JW Park, T Shiozaki
Molecular Physics 116 (19-20), 2583-2590, 2018
72018
Interpolation for molecular dynamics simulations: from ions in gas phase to proteins in solution
YM Rhee, JW Park
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 116 (8), 573-577, 2016
72016
Analytical Gradient Theory for Strongly Contracted (SC) and Partially Contracted (PC) N-Electron Valence State Perturbation Theory (NEVPT2)
JW Park
Journal of chemical theory and computation 15 (10), 5417-5425, 2019
62019
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