Dr. Maxim F. Gelin

Curriculum vitae

1983 until 1988Studies of Physics
Belarus State University, Minsk
1988 until 2002Research associate with Prof. V. A. Tolkachev and Dr. A. P. Blokhin
Institute of Physics, Lab of Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules, Minsk
1995Doctoral graduation in Physics with Prof. V. A. Tolkachev and Dr. A. P. Blokhin
Institute of Physics, Lab of Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules, Minsk
2002 until 2003Alexander von Humboldt fellow with Prof. W. Domcke
Technische Universität München
2004 until 2007Postdoctoral research associate with Prof. D. S. Kosov
University of Maryland, College Park
2002 and 2007Visiting scientist with Prof. B. Brutschy
Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main
since 2008Research associate with Prof. W. Domcke
Technische Universität München

Research areas

  • Theoretical femtosecond nonlinear optical spectroscopy
  • Theoretical rotational coherence spectroscopy
  • Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
  • Rotational and orientational relaxation
  • Photodissociation of polyatomic molecules, vector correlations

List of publications

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Last update: December 4, 2018
143.Enhanced S-2 Fluorescence from a Free-Base Tetraphenylporphyrin Surface-Mounted Metal Organic Framework. X. Li, G. G. Gurzadyan, M. F. Gelin, W. Domcke, C. Gong, J. Liu and L. Sun, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2018, 122, 23321.
142.Simulation of Femtosecond Phase-Locked Double-Pump Signals of Individual Light-Harvesting Complexes LH2. L. Chen, M. F. Gelin, W. Domcke and Y. Zhao, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2018, 9, 4488.
141.Ultrafast Relaxation Dynamics in Zinc Tetraphenylporphyrin Surface-Mounted Metal Organic Framework.  X. Li, C. Gong,  G.  G. Gurzadyan, M. F. Gelin, J. Liu and L. Sun,  J. Phys. Chem. C, 2018, 122,50.
140.Theoretical aspects of femtosecond double-pump single-molecule spectroscopy. I. Weak-field regime. E. Palacino-Gonzalez, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2017, 19, 32296.
139.Theoretical aspects of femtosecond double-pump single-molecule spectroscopy. II. Strong-field regime. E. Palacino-Gonzalez, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2017, 19, 32307.
138.Nonperturbative response function: A tool for the interpretation of four-wave-mixing signals beyond third order.  L. Chen, E. Palacino-Gonzalez, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys., 2017, 147, 234104.
137.Simplified expressions that incorporate finite pulse effects into coherent two-dimensional optical spectra. Thanh Nhut Do, M. F. Gelin, H.-S. Tan, J. Chem. Phys., 2017, 147, 144103.
136.Simulation of Quantum Dynamics of Excitonic Systems at Finite Temperature: an efficient method based on Thermo Field Dynamics. R. Borrelli, M. F. Gelin, Sci. Rep. 2017,  7, 9127
135.Efficient orientational averaging of nonlinear optical signals in multi-chromophore systems. M. F. Gelin, R. Borrelli and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys., 2017, 147, 044114.
134.Thermal Schrodinger Equation: Efficient Tool for Simulation of Many-Body Quantum Dynamics at Finite Temperature. M. F. Gelin, R. Borrelli,  Ann. Phys. (Berlin)2017, 1700200.
133.Pump-Probe Fragmentation Action Spectroscopy: A Powerful Tool to Unravel Light-Induced Processes in Molecular Photocatalysts. D. Imanbaew, J. Lang, M. F. Gelin, S. Kaufhold, M. G. Pfeffer, S. Rau and C. Riehn, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2017, 56, 5471.
132.Resonant femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy with an intense actinic pump pulse: Application to conical intersections. B. J. Rao, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys.2017, 146, 084105.
131.Quantum Dynamics and Femtosecond Spectroscopy (in honor of Professor Vladimir Y. Chernyak on the occasion of his 60th birthday). Preface. M. Gelin, S. Tretiak, and O. Prezhdo, Chem. Phys., 2016, 481, 1.
130. Dissipative dynamics at conical intersections: simulations with the hierarchy equations of motion method. L. Chen, M. F. Gelin, V. Y. Chernyak, W. Domcke and Y. Zhao, Faraday Discuss. 2016, 194, 61.
129. Quantum electron-vibrational dynamics at finite temperature: Thermo field dynamics approach. M. F. Gelin and R. Borrelli, J. Chem. Phys. 2016, 145, 224101.
128. The Generalized Coherent State ansatz: Application to quantum electron-vibrational dynamics. M. F. Gelin and R. Borrelli, Chem. Phys. 2016, 481, 91.
127. Interference of Interchromophoric Energy-Transfer Pathways in pi-Conjugated Macrocycles. L. A. Hernandez, T. Nelson, M. F. Gelin, J. M. Lupton, S. Tretiak and S. Fernandez-Alberti, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2016, 7, 4936.
126. Rotational and vibrational dynamics in the excited electronic state of deprotonated and protonated fluorescein studied by time-resolved photofragmentation in an ion trap. D. Imanbaew, M. F. Gelin and C. Riehn, Struct. Dyn. 2016, 3, 043211.
125. Alternative view of two-dimensional spectroscopy. M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2016, 144, 194104.
124. Resonant Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectra: Theory and Simulations. B. J. Rao, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. A 2016, 120, 3286.
123. Femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy as a tool to detect molecular vibrations in ground and excited electronic states. M. F. Gelin, B. J. Rao and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2016, 144, 184307.
122. One-dimensional transport in hybrid metal-semiconductor nanotube systems. M. F. Gelin and I. V. Bondarev, Phys. Rev. B 2016, 93, 115422.
121. Microscopic derivation of the Keilson-Storer master equation. M. F. Gelin, A. P. Blokhin, V. A. Tolkachev and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. 2015, 462, 35.
120. Simulation of femtosecond two-dimensional electronic spectra of conical intersections. J. Krchmar, M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2015, 143, 074308.
119. Davydov Ansatz as an efficient tool for the simulation of nonlinear optical response of molecular aggregates. K.-W. Sun, M. F. Gelin, V. Y. Chernyak and Y. Zhao, J. Chem. Phys. 2015, 142, 212448.
118. Theory of femtosecond coherent double-pump single-molecule spectroscopy: Application to light harvesting complexes. L. Chen, M. F. Gelin, W. Domcke and Y. Zhao, J. Chem. Phys. 2015, 142, 164106.
117. Markovian master equation for a classical particle coupled with arbitrary strength to a harmonic bath.: M. F. Gelin, J. Chem. Phys. 2014, 141, 214109.
116. Signatures of conical intersections in two-dimensional electronic spectra: J. Krchmar, M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Phys. B 2014, 47, 124019.
115. Optically promoted bipartite atomic entanglement in hybrid metallic carbon nanotube systems: M. F. Gelin, I. V. Bondarev and A. V. Meliksetyan, J. Chem. Phys. 2014, 140, 064301.
114. Domain of validity of the perturbative approach to femtosecond optical spectroscopy: M. F. Gelin, B. Rao Jayachander, M. Nest and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2013, 139, 224107.
113. Simulation of femtosecond "double-slit" experiments for a chromophore in a dissipative environment : M. F. Gelin, Y. Tanimura and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2013, 139, 214302.
112. Simple Recipes for Separating Excited-State Absorption and Cascading Signals by Polarization-Sensitive Measurements: M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. A 2013, 117, 11509.
111. Polaron dynamics in two-dimensional photon-echo spectroscopy of molecular rings: T. D. Huynh, K.-W. Sun, M. F. Gelin and Y. Zhao, J. Chem. Phys. 2013, 139, 104103.
110. Calculation of third-order signals via driven Schrodinger equations: General results and application to electronic 2D photon echo spectroscopy: J. Krchmar, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. 2013, 422, 53.
109. Pump-probe spectroscopy with strong pulses as a tool to enhance weak electronic transitions: M. F. Gelin, A. K. Belyaev and W. Domcke, Phys. Rev. A 2013, 87, 063416.
108. Strong-pump strong-probe spectroscopy: effects of higher excited electronic states: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova, and W. Domcke, PCCP 2013, 15, 8119.
107. Monitoring bipartite entanglement in hybrid car-bon nanotube systems via optical 2D photon-echo spectroscopy: M. F. Gelin, I. V. Bondarev, A. V. Meliksetyan, Chem. Phys. 2013, 413, 123.
106. Plasmon nano-optics with individual single wall carbon nanotubes: I. V. Bondarev, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Phy. Conf. Series 2012, 393, 012024.
105. Bath-induced correlations and relaxation of vibronic dimers: M. F. Gelin, L. Z. Sharp, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2012, 136, 034507.
104. Exact quantum master equation for a molecular aggregate coupled to a harmonic bath: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, Phys. Rev. E 2011, 84, 041139.
103. Optical N-wave-mixing spectroscopy with strong and temporally well-separated pulses: the doorway-window representation: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. B 2011, 115, 5648.
102. Strong and long makes short: strong-pump strong-probe spectroscopy: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2011, 2, 114.
101. Ring-puckering motion in cyclopentene studied by time-resolved rotational coherence spectroscopy and ab initio calculations: M. Kunitski, S. Knippenberg, M. F. Gelin, C. Riehn, A. Dreuw and B. Brutschy, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2010, 29, 8190.
100. Strong field effects in rotational femtosecond degenerate four-wave mixing: M. F. Gelin, C. Riehn, M. Kunitski and B. Brutschy, J. Chem. Phys. 2010, 132, 134301.
99. Exact quantum master equation for N interacting anharmonic oscillators bilinearly coupled to a harmonic bath: M. F. Gelin and A. P. Blokhin, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 2010, 13, 330.
98. Efficient calculation of the polarization induced by N coherent laser pulses: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 131, 194103.
97. Calculation of semiclassical free energy differences along nonequilibrium classical trajectories: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 131, 164510.
96. Manipulating electronic couplings and nonadiabatic nuclear dynamics with strong laser pulses: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 131, 124505.
95. Efficient calculation of time- and frequency-resolved four-wave-mixing signals: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, Acc. Chem. Res. 2009, 42, 1290.
94. Asymptotic nonequilibrium steady-state operators: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, Phys. Rev. E 2009, 80, 022101.
93. Thermodynamics of a subensemble of a canonical ensemble: M. F. Gelin and M. Thoss, Phys. Rev. E 2009, 79, 051121.
92. Microscopic origin of the jump diffusion model: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 130, 134502.
91. Effects of intense femtosecond pumping on ultrafast electronic-vibrational dynamics in molecular systems with relaxation: D. Egorova, M. F. Gelin, M. Thoss, H. Wang and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2008, 129, 214303.
90. Unified approach to the derivation of work theorems for equilibrium and steady-state, classical and quantum Hamiltonian systems: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, Phys. Rev. E 2008, 78, 011116.
89. Doorway-window description of sequential three-pulse photon echo signals: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, Chem. Phys. 2008, 347, 177.
88. Calculations of canonical averages from the grand canonical ensemble: D. S. Kosov, M. F. Gelin and A. I. Vdovin, Phys. Rev. E 2008, 77, 021120.
87. Directed motion and useful work from an isotropic nonequilibrium distribution: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, Phys. Rev. E 2008, 77, 011115.
86. An analytical cage model of confined molecular rotation in hydrogen-bonding liquids: M. F. Gelin and A. P. Blokhin, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 2007, 10, 207.
85. Analysis of vibrational coherences in homodyne and two-dimensional heterodyne photon-echo spectra of Nile Blue.: D. Egorova, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. 2007, 341, 113.
84. Manifestation of nonequilibrium initial conditions in molecular rotation: the generalized J-diffusion model: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2007, 127, 144511.
83. Dynamics of collisional relaxation of the optically induced anisotropy of para-quaterphenyl in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, O. V. Buganov, V. A. Dubovskii, S. A. Tikhomirov and G. B. Tolstorozhev, Opt. Spectrosc. 2007, 102, 842.
82. Velocity dependence of friction and Kramers relaxation rates: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2007, 126, 244501.
81. Analysis of cross peaks in two-dimensional electronic photon-echo spectroscopy for simple models with vibrations and dissipation: D. Egorova, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2007, 126, 074314.
80. Angular momentum dependent friction slows down rotational relaxation under nonequilibrium conditions: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 125, 224502.
79. What can be learned about molecular reorientation from single molecule polarization microscopy?: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 125, 054708.
78. Molecular reorientation in hydrogen-bonding liquids: through algebraic ~t-3/2 relaxation toward exponential decay: M. F. Gelin and D. S. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 124, 144514.
77. Anisotropy of ensembles of free polyatomic photoisomers: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 2006, 73, 650.
76. Master equation with non-Poissonian statistics and finite duration of collisions: M. F. Gelin and A. P. Blokhin, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 2006, 9, 75.
75. Self-similarity of single-channel transmission for electron transport in nanowires: M. F. Gelin, Z. Li and D. Kosov, J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 124, 104703.
74. Missing levels lead to additional lines: the influence of nuclear spin statistics on femtosecond degenerate four wave mixing spectroscopy of polyatomic systems: C. Riehn, M. I. Kunitski, V. V. Matylitsky, M. F. Gelin and B. Brutschy, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2005, 23, 3955.
73. Efficient method for the calculation of time- and frequency-resolved four-wave mixing signals and its application to photon-echo spectroscopy: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2005, 123, 164112.
72. Time- and frequency-resolved fluorescence spectra of nonadiabatic dissipative systems: what photons can tell us: D. Egorova, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2005, 122, 134504.
71. Transient phenomena in time- and frequency-gated spontaneous emission: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova, A. V. Pisliakov and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. A 2005, 109, 3587.
70. A new method for the calculation of two-pulse time- and frequency-resolved spectra: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. 2005, 312, 135.
69. Double hydrogen bonding of acetic acid studied by femtosecond degenerate four-wave mixing: C. Riehn, V. V. Matylitsky, M. F. Gelin and B. Brutschy, Mol. Phys. 2005, 103, 1615.
68. Unified description of sequential and coherent contributions to time-resolved spontaneous emission signals: generalized doorway-window approach: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova, A. V. Pisliakov and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. Lett. 2004, 391, 234.
67. Time-resolved spontaneous emission beyond the doorway-window approximation: M. F. Gelin, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, Chem. Phys. 2004, 301, 129.
66. A simple model for the calculation of nonlinear optical response functions and femtosecond time-resolved spectra: M. F. Gelin, A. V. Pisliakov, D. Egorova and W. Domcke, J. Chem. Phys. 2003, 118, 5287.
65. Detection of electronic and vibrational coherence effects in electron-transfer systems by femtosecond time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy: theoretical aspects: A. V. Pisliakov, M. F. Gelin and W. Domcke, J. Phys. Chem. A 2003, 107, 2657.
64. Rotational recurrences in thermal ensembles of nonrigid molecules: M. F. Gelin, C. Riehn, V. V. Matylitsky and B. Brutschy, Chem. Phys. 2003, 290, 307.
63. Depolarization of luminescence of polyatomic molecules in the gas phase as a method of determining the efficiency of collisional transfer of angular momentum: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, I. I. Kalosha, V. V. Matylitsky and V. A. Tolkachev, Opt. Spectrosc. 2003, 95, 35.
62. Dynamics of optically induced anisotropy in an ensemble of asymmetric top molecules in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, E. V. Khoroshilov, I. V. Kriukov and A. V. Sharkov, Opt. Spectrosc. 2003, 95, 346.
61. The formic acid dimer (HCOOH)2 probed by time-resolved structure selective spectroscopy: V. V. Matylitsky, C. Riehn, M. F. Gelin and B. Brutschy, J. Chem. Phys. 2003, 119, 10553.
60. Time domain fingerprints of a 'perpendicular' rotational Raman band: formic acid studied by femtosecond degenerate four-wave mixing: C. Riehn, V. V. Matylitsky and M. F. Gelin, J. Raman Spectr. 2003, 34, 1045.
59. Dynamics of macromolecules in the bath of harmonic oscillators: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin and A. V. Uvarov, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 2003, 6, 572.
58. Collisional relaxation of luminescence anisotropy in rarefied gases in the condensed phase: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 2003, 70, 537.
57. Collisional relaxation of the optically induced dichroism of complex molecules in a gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, O. V. Buganov, V. A. Dubovskii, S. A. Tikhomirov and G. B. Tolstorozhev, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 2003, 70, 378.
56. Collisional depolarization of the luminescence of asymmetric top molecules in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 2003, 70, 216.
55. Femtosecond dynamics of optically induced anisotropy of complex molecules in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, O. V. Buganov, V. A. Dubovskii, S. A. Tikhomirov and G. B. Tolstorozhev, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 2003, 70, 70.
54. Time and frequency gated spontaneous emission as a tool for studying vibrational dynamics in the excited state: M. F. Gelin, A. V. Pisliakov and W. Domcke, Phys. Rev. A 2002, 65, 062507.
53. Rotation-translation correlation functions in the molecular frame. II. Spherical molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 2002, 21, 3.
52. Rotation-translation correlation functions in the molecular frame. I. General Theory: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 2002, 21, 3.
51. Effect of collisions on the rotational recurrences in an ensemble of photofragments: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2002, 4, 3356.
50. Depolarization of fluorescence of polyatomic molecules in noble gas solvents: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, I. I. Kalosha, V. V. Matylitsky, N. P. Erohin, M. V. Barashkov and V. A. Tolkachev, Chem. Phys. 2001, 272, 69.
49. The influence of the collision strength on the short time behavior for orientational correlation functions of nonspherical molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Mol. Liq. 2001, 93, 47.
48. Collisional depolarization of the photofragment emission: M. F. Gelin, J. Mol. Liq. 2001, 93, 51.
47. Rotational recurrences and spectroscopy of structure and dynamics of polyatomic molecules: M. F. Gelin, V. A. Tolkachev and A. P. Blokhin, Bulletin of the Belarussian Republican Foundation for Basic Research 2000, 1, 9.
46. Rotational dynamics of chiral molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 2000, 3, 1.
45. Photodissociation and rotational coherence: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 2000, 88, 806.
44. J-coherence and Keilson-Storer models: applications to the femtosecond dynamics of orientational relaxation: M. F. Gelin, J. Phys. Chem. A. 2000, 104, 6150.
43. Semiclassical description of purely rotational recurrences for collisionless asymmetric top molecules: new results: M. F. Gelin, V. A. Tolkachev and A. P. Blokhin, Chem. Phys. 2000, 255, 111.
42. Effect of collisions on the orientational relaxation of photofragments: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Chem. Phys. 2000, 252, 323.
41. Orientational relaxation of macromolecules immobilized on a surface: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin and A. V. Uvarov, Nonlinear Phenom. Complex Systems 1999, 2, 72.
40. Intermolecular collisions and rotational recurrences: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin and T. Dreier, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1999, 1, 5583.
39. Impact of collisions on orientational relaxation of anisotropy induced by photodecomposition. II. Linear photofragments: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin and V. A. Gaisenok, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1999, 18, 13.
38. Impact of collisions on orientational relaxation of anisotropy induced by photodecomposition. I. General Theory: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin and V. A. Gaisenok, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1999, 18, 3.
37.

Inertial effects in the Brownian dynamics with rigid constraints: M. F. Gelin, Macromol. Theor. Simul. 1999, 8, 529.

36. Polarized fluorescence of fragments in a gas phase and the mechanism of photodecay II. The time relaxation of anisotropy relaxation: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1999, 86, 228.
35. Polarized fluorescence of fragments in a gas phase and the mechanism of photodecay I. Stationary anisotropy: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1999, 86, 222.
34. Fluorescence-polarization detection of the scattering of molecular beams by a surface: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 1999, 66, 217.
33. A Keilson-Storer type collision kernel for rotation-translation coupling: M. F. Gelin, Chem. Phys. 1999, 240, 265.
32. Polarized fluorescence of polyatomic fragments produced through photodissociation of polyatomic molecules in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, I. I. Kalosha, S. A. Polubisok, V. A. Tolkachev, J. Chem. Phys. 1999, 110, 978.
31. Polarized fluorescence of radicals in photodissociation of disulfides in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, I. I. Kalosha, S. A. Polubisok and V. A. Tolkachev, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 1999, 66, 55.
30. Theory of polarized fluorescence of polyatomic radicals upon photodissociation of complex molecules in the gas phase: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 1998, 65, 952.
29. Orientational relaxation of nonspherical molecules: new models of the extended diffusion: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1998, 17, 108.
28. Influence of the finite duration and efficiency of collisions on the orientational relaxation times of non-spherical molecules in the hindered rotation limit: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Physica A 1998, 251, 469.
27. Rotational dynamics of non-spherical molecules. II. Orientational correlation functions: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1997, 16, 50.
26. Rotational dynamics of non-spherical molecules. I. Angular momentum dependent correlation functions: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1997, 16, 39.
25. Rotation of nonspherical molecules in dense fluids. A simple model description: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Phys. Chem. B 1997, 101, 236.
24. Mechanism of photodissociation of polyatomic molecules through the polarized fluorescence of fragments: A. P. Blokhin, M. F. Gelin, S. A. Polubisok, V. A. Tolkachev and A. A. Blokhin J. Mol. Struct. 1997, 408-409, 569.
23. Polarized luminescence of photoproducts as a probe of the photofragmentation dynamics: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Lumin. 1997, 72-74, 840.
22. Rototranslational dynamics of nonrigid molecules and semiflexible block polymers: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Advances in Synergetics 1996, 8, 128.
21. Molecular rotation as a stationary Markovian process: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Advances in Synergetics 1996, 8, 528.
20. Correlation of the angular momenta of the parent molecule and photofragment: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1996, 80, 228.
19. Rotational Brownian motion of spherical molecules: the Fokker-Planck equation with memory: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Physica A 1996, 229, 501.
18. Effect of the intensity of collisions on the orientational relaxation of spherical top molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Mol. Phys. 1996, 87, 455.
17. Polarized fluorescence of nonrigid macromolecules of antibody type at the immunosensor-solution interface: V. A. Gaisenok, G. V. Grushevskaya, G. G. Krylov, A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 1996, 63, 841.
16. Simulation of the fragmentary mobility of antibodies by the method of molecular dynamics: V. A. Gaisenok, G. V. Grushevskaya, G. G. Krylov, A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, J. Appl. Spectrosc. 1996, 63, 625.
15. Generalised Langevin dynamics of rotation of flexible macromolecules on a surface. III. To the question of the efficiency of the luminescence polarisation technique in the immune analyses: A. P. Blokhin, V. A. Gaisenok, M. F. Gelin, G. V. Grushevskaya and G. G. Krylov, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1996, 15, 116.
14. Brownian dynamics with holonomic interparticle constraints: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Advances in Synergetics 1995, 2, 376.
13. Generalised Langevin dynamics of rotation of flexible macromolecules on a surface. II. Kinetics of rotation of immobilised on a surface Y-shaped macromolecules: A. P. Blokhin, V. A. Gaisenok, M. F. Gelin, G. V. Grushevskaya and G. G. Krylov, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1995, 14, 42.
12. Generalised Langevin dynamics of rotation of flexible macromolecules on a surface. I. General theory: A. P. Blokhin, V. A. Gaisenok, M. F. Gelin, G. V. Grushevskaya and G. G. Krylov, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1995, 14, 47.
11. Molecular beam scattering by a surface in the partially rough sphere model: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Surf. Sci. 1995, 323, 323.
10. Scattering of symmetric top molecules by a surface in the hard cube model. II. Rotational excitation and RT-exchange: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Poverhnost. Fizika. Khimija. Mekhanika. (Surface. Physics. Chemistry. Mechanics) 1995, 2, 74.
9. Scattering of symmetric top molecules by a surface in the hard cube model. I. General theory and scattering patterns: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Poverhnost. Fizika. Khimija. Mekhanika. (Surface. Physics. Chemistry. Mechanics) 1995, 1, 5.
8. Effect of predisocciation on the polarised fluorescence of polyatomic fragments in the vapor phase. II. Sequential two-photon excitation: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1994, 77, 222.
7. Effect of predisocciation on the polarised fluorescence of polyatomic fragments in the vapor phase. I. One-photon excitation: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1994, 77, 41.
6. Orientational relaxation of an ensemble of symmetric-top-type molecules in the Keilson-Storer model: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1994, 13, 14.
5. Rotational Brownian motion with a finite correlation time of random torques: spherical tops and linear rotors: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Khimicheskja Fizika (Chemical Physics Reports) 1994, 13, 3.
4. Polarisation of luminescence of polyatomic fragments produced through photodissociation of polyatomic molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1993, 74, 279.
3. Polarization of the laser induced fluorescence in the course of dissociation of symmetric top molecules: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Opt. Spectrosc. 1993, 74, 272.
2. Polarisation of luminescence of linear fragments in the free recoil model: A. P. Blokhin and M. F. Gelin, Lithuanian J. Phys. 1992, 5, 648.
1. Anisotropy of the radicals produced through the proteolyses of bis(p-aminophenil)disulphide in the gas phase: V. A. Povedailo, M. F. Gelin, A. P. Blokhin and V. A. Tolkavhev, Opt. Spectrosc. 1992, 73, 547.