Vivian Ding
Department of Chemistry
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97401
E-mail: tyng at uoregon dot edu


Areas of Special Interest

Professional Experience


Under the name "V.Tyng".

  1. V. Tyng and M.E. Kellman. Moment of inertia, backbending, and molecular bifurcation. J. Chem. Phys., 127:041101, 2007. PDF
  2. M.E. Kellman and V. Tyng. The dance of molecules: new dynamical perspectives on highly excited molecular vibrations. Acc. Chem. Res. 40:243, 2006. PDF
  3. J.L. Hardwick, Z.T. Martin, E.A. Schoene, V. Tyng and E.N. Wolf. Diode laser absorption spectrum of cold bands of C2HD at 6500 cm-1. J. Mol. Spectro. 239:208, 2006. PDF
  4. V. Tyng and M.E. Kellman. Bending dynamics of acetylene: new modes born in bifurcations of normal modes. J. Phys. Chem. B., 110:818859, 2006. PDF
  5. Y. Shuangbo, V. Tyng, and M.E. Kellman. Spectral patterns of isomerizing systems. J. Phys. Chem. A., 107:8345, 2003. PDF
  6. M.E. Kellman, M.W. Dow, and V. Tyng. Dressed basis for highly excited molecular vibrations. J. Chem. Phys., 118:9519, 2003. PDF
  7. J.F. Svitak, V. Tyng, and M.E. Kellman. Bifurcation analysis of higher m:n resonance spectroscopic Hamiltonian. J. Chem. Phys., 106:10797, 2002. PDF
  8. M.E. Kellman and V. Tyng. Bifurcation effects in coupled Bose-Einstein condensates. Phys. Rev. A, 66:013602/1, 2002. PDF
  9. C. Zhou, D. Xie, R. Chen, G. Yan, H. Guo, V. Tyng, and M.E. Kellman. Quantum calculation of highly excited vibrational energy levels of CS2 on a new empirical potential energy surface and semiclassical analysis of 1:2 Fermi resonance. Spectro. Acta. A, 58A:727, 2002. PDF
  10. M.E. Kellman, J.P. Rose, and V. Tyng. Spectral patterns and ultrafast dynamics in planar acetylene. European Physical Journal D, 14:225, 2001. PDF
  11. M. Joyeux, D. Sugny, V. Tyng, M.E. Kellman, H. Ishikawa, R.W. Field, C. Beck, and R.Schinke. Semiclassical study of the isomerization states of HCP. J. Chem.Phys., 112:4162, 2000. PDF

Updated: August 01, 2007