Publications of Tao Pang


Books:

[3] T. Pang, An Introduction to Quantum Monte Carlo Methods (Morgan & Claypool, San Rafael, Californina, USA, 2016).

[2] T. Pang, "An Introduction to Computational Physics, 2nd Edition" (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2006), 402 pp.

[1] T. Pang, "An Introduction to Computational Physics" (Cambridge University Press, New York, 1997), 393 pp.


Peer-Reviewed Articles:

[36] T. Pang, "Diffusion Monte Carlo: A Powerful Tool for Studying Quantum Many-Body Systems," American Journal of Physics 82(10), 980–988 (2014).

[35] E. Kim, A. Mohrland, P.F. Weck, T. Pang, K.R. Czerwinski, and D. Tomanek, "Magic Numbers in Small Iron Clusters: A First-Principles Study," Chemical Physics Letters 613, 59–63 (2014).

[34] E. Kim, T. Pang, W. Utsumi, V.L. Solozhenko, and Y. Zhao, "Cubic Phases of BC2N: A First-Principles Study," Physical Review B 75, 184115 (2007).

[33] H. Ma and T. Pang, "Path-Integral Quantum Monte Carlo Study of a Mixture of Bose–Einstein Condensates," Physics Letters A 351, 92–96 (2006).

[32] H. Ma and T. Pang, "Condensate-Profile Asymmetry of a Boson Mixture in a Disk-Shaped Harmonic Trap," Physical Review A 70, 063606 (2004).

[31] T. Pang, "Electromagnetically Induced Transparency," American Journal of Physics 69, 604–606 (2001).

[30] E. Kim, C. Chen, T. Pang, and Y.H. Lee, "Ordering of Dimer Vacancies on the Si(100) Surface," Physical Review B 60, 8680–8685 (1999).

[29] E. Kim, Y.H. Lee, C. Chen, and T. Pang, "Vacancies in Amorphous Silicon: A Tight-Binding Molecular-Dynamics Simulation," Physical Review B 59, 2713–2721 (1999).

[28] S. Pearson, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Critical Temperature of Trapped Hard-Sphere Bose Gases," Physical Review A 58, 4796–4800 (1998).

[27] S. Pearson, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Bose–Einstein Condensation in Two-Dimensions: A quantum Monte Carlo Study," Physical Review A 58, 4811–4815 (1998).

[26] S. Pearson, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Bose–Einstein Condensation in One-Dimensional Power-Law Traps: A Path-Integral Monte Carlo Simulation," Physical Review A 58, 1485–1489 (1998).

[25] R. Fournier, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Structural Characterization of Niobium-Cluster Anions from Density-Functional Calculations," Physical Review A 57, 3683–3691 (1998).

[24] E. Kim, Y.H. Lee, C. Chen, and T. Pang, "Structural and Vibrational Properties of Amorphous Si1-xGex: An Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study," Physical Review B 56, 10200–10207 (1997).

[23] H. Kietzmann, J. Morenzin, P.S. Bechthold, G. Gantefor, W. Eberhardt, D.-S. Yang, P.A. Hackett, R. Fournier, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Photoelectron Spectra and Geometric Structures of Small Niobium Cluster Anions," Physical Review Letters 77, 4528–4531 (1996).

[22] D.-S. Yang, M.Z. Zgierski, A. Berces, P.A. Hackett, P.-N. Roy, A. Martinez, T. Carrington, Jr., D.R. Salahub, R. Fournier, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Vibrational and Geometric Structures of Nb3C2 and Nb3C2+ from PFI-ZEKE Spectra," Journal of Chemical Physics 105, 10663–10671 (1996).

[21] Y.M. Gu, T. Pang, C. Chen, E.G. Wang, C.S. Ting, D.M. Bylander, and L. Kleinman, "First-Principles Study of the Quaternary Semiconductor Superlattices (GaX)1/(YAs)1 (X=N,P; Y=Al,In)," Physical Review B 54, 13784–13790 (1996).

[20] E. Wang, Y. Zhou, C.S. Ting, J. Zhang, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Excitons in Spatially Separated Electron-Hole Systems: A Quantum Monte Carlo Study," Journal of Applied Physics 78, 7099–7102 (1995).

[19] J. Zhang, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Biexcitons in Quantum Wells: A Quantum Monte Carlo Study," Physics Letters A 206, 101–106 (1995); (Erratum) 217, 360 (1996).

[18] T. Pang, "A Numerical Scheme for Quantum Tunneling," Computers in Physics 9, 602–605 (1995).

[17] T. Pang, "Electronic Structure of Small Systems: A Quantum Monte Carlo Study," in "Grand Challenges in Computer Simulation," edited by A. Tentner (Society for Computer Simulation, San Diego, 1995), pp. 159–164.

[16] T. Pang, "Quantum Monte Carlo Simulation: Algorithm and Applications," in "Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing," edited by H. Niedereiter and P. J.-S. Shiue, (Springer, Berlin, 1995), pp. 318–332.

[15] T. Pang, "Properties of Ionic Hydrogen Clusters: A Quantum Monte Carlo Study," Chemical Physics Letters 228, 555–561 (1994).

[14] T. Pang, "Hydrogen Molecule under Confinement: Exact Results," Physical Review A 49, 1709–1713 (1994).

[13] J. Zhu, S.G. Louie, and T. Pang, "D- Centers in High Magnetic Fields and Quantum Wells," Materials Science Forum 117/118, 1–8 (1993).

[12] S. Hunt, A. Mandray, J. Zhu, S.G. Louie, T. Pang, and B. Etienne, "Well-Width Dependence of D- Cyclotron Resonance in Quantum Wells," Physical Review B 48, 2370–2375 (1993).

[11] C.E. Campbell, E. Krotscheck, and T. Pang, "Electron Correlations in Atomic Systems," Physics Reports 223, 1–42 (1992).

[10] T. Pang, "Local Vibrational States of Glasses," Physical Review B 45, 2490–2492 (1992).

[9] S.G. Louie and T. Pang, "Negative Donor Centers in Strong Magnetic Fields and Quantum Wells," in "New Horizons in Low Dimensional Electron Systems," edited by T. Aoki, M. Tsukada, M. Schluter, and F. Levy (Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, 1992), pp. 445–454,

[8] T. Pang, "Spin Jastrow State," Physical Review B 43, 3362–3365 (1991).

[7] T. Pang and S.G. Louie, "Negative-Donor Centers in Semiconductors and Quantum Wells," Physical Review Letters 65, 1635–1638 (1990).

[6] C.E. Campbell, T. Pang, and E. Krotscheck, "Electron Correlations in Atoms," in "Condensed Matter Theories," Vol. 5, ed. by V.C. Aguilera-Navarro (Plenum, New York, 1990), pp. 265–271.

[5] T. Pang, "Reply to the Comment on `Ions in Superfluid 4He," Physical Review Letters 64, 104 (1990).

[4] T. Pang, C.E. Campbell, and E. Krotscheck, "Local Structure of Electron Correlations in Atomic Systems," Chemical Physics Letters 163, 537–541 (1989).

[3] T. Pang, "Universal Critical Normal Sheet Resistance in Ultrathin Films," Physical Review Letters 62, 2176–2179 (1989).

[2] T. Pang, "Ions in Superfluid 4He," Physical Review Letters 61, 849–852 (1988); (Erratum) 61, 1793 (1988).

[1] T. Pang and C.E. Campbell, "Quantized Hall Effect in Quasi-Three-Dimensional Systems," Physical Review B 35, 1459–1460 (1987).


Contributed Abstracts:

[11] E. Kim, C. Chen, T. Pang, and Y.H. Lee, "Ordering of Dimer Vacancies on the Si (100) Surface," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 43(1), 786 (1998).

[10] A. Zukaitis and T. Pang, "Topological Effects on the Diffusion of Polymers in a Solvent," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 43(1), 255–256 (1998).

[9] J. Zhang, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "A Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Biexcitons in Low-Dimensional Systems," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 41(1), 660 (1996).

[8] R. Fournier, C. Chen, and T. Pang, "Optical Properties of Clusters Computed by Density Functional Theory," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 41(1), 431 (1996).

[7] Y.M. Gu, C. Chen, T. Pang, E. Wang, D.M. Bylander, and L. Kleiman, "First-Principles Calculations on Structural and Electronic Properties of Quaternary III-V Semiconductor Superstructures," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 41(1), 128 (1996).

[6] T. Pang, "The Structures of Ionic Hydrogen Clusters," Bulletin of American Physical Society 40(1), 552 (1995).

[5] J. Zhang, T. Pang, and C. Chen, "Exact Binding Energies of Excitons in Semiconductor Nanostructure," Bulletin of American Physical Society 40(1), 702 (1995).

[4] J. Zhu, T. Pang, and S.G. Louie, "D- Centers in High Magnetic Fields," Bulletin of American Physical Society 38(1), 336 (1993).

[3] T. Pang, "Spin Jastrow State and its Applications," Bulletin of American Physical Society 36(3), 464 (1991).

[2] T. Pang and S.G. Louie, "Negative-Donor Centers in Quantum Wells," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 36(3), 352 (1991).

[1] T. Pang, C.E. Campbell, and E. Krotscheck, "The Structure of Electron Correlation in Atomic Systems," Bulletin of the American Physical Society 35(3), 554 (1990).