Research Group Member

Contact Info

Office : Choppin
Email : abrune8@lsu.edu

Adam Bruner

Graduate Assistant

Research Interests

Presently, I am working on modeling charge migration in molecular systems using real-time time dependent density functional theory (RT-TDDFT). I am also interested in modeling and understanding complex processes involved in high harmonic generation, attosecond transient absorption, X-ray absorption, and other spectroscopies. Previous work has involved numerical acceleration and interpretation of real-time methods, which is currently being used to speed up simulations by a factor of 5x or more. In my spare time, I really like to study quantum optics and atomic physics. Plus, hiking and boating in Louisiana is awesome!

2013-2014
Process Engineer & Research Scientist (Specialty Chemicals)
2009-2013
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Inst. of Tech.