Mohammad Reza Jangrouei does research in Computational modeling of Laser Spectroscopy, Atomic, Molecular, Optical, and Condensed Matter Physics, and Quantum Chemistry. Their current project is 'A computational method for a description of the intermolecular interactions in excited states'. This project’s goal is to fill the gap in the computational chemistry’s toolbox and developing a method that would describe efficiently and accurately the noncovalent interactions in the excited state.

  • M. R. Jangrouei, S. J. Hashemifar, First-principles insights into ultrashort laser spectroscopy of molecular nitrogen, Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, vol. 225, no. 225, pp. 36-41, 2018

  • H. Roohollah, S. J. Hashemifar, M. Alaei, M. R. Jangrouei, H. Akbarzadeh, Stable isomers and electronic, vibrational, and optical properties of WS2 nano-clusters: A first-principles study, The Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 145, no. 21, 2016

  • M. R. Jangrouei, Wireless Power Transmission via the effects of laser on quantum dot solar cells, 2017

  • M. R. Jangrouei, H. S. Javad, H. Roohollah, Time-dependent density functional study of the effects of short laser pulses on N2 molecule, 2015

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