Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...

Roslyak, OleksiyFingerhut, Benjamin PBennett, KochiseMukamel, Shaul

Multi-exciton Green’s functions and scattering matrices in many fermion systems are calculated using a quasiparticle approach based on a generalized Bethe–Salpeter equation. The simulation protocol only requires numerical diagonalization of the single-exciton manifold. Using coboson algebra all many-body effects are recast in terms of two tetradic ...