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Dynamics of quantum systems, controlled by external fields

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    Easy to learn and use. Good options for visualisation. Suitable for learning as well as academic research. Highly recommended!

    Posted 03/21/2017
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    Awesome quantum mechanics simulation tool, easy to understand, easy to use use (PhD level), surprisingly fast computation speed, great visualization, super-fast and friendly support! We use it for a scientific project on femtosecond electron diffraction at LMU München. As of 2017, there are open bachelor or master projects involving "WavePacket" (for background see www.ultrafast-electron-imaging.de).

    Posted 03/14/2017
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    WavePacket is a really helpful program to deal numerically with quantum systems even for non experts in Matlab programing, like me! In addition, this packet contains various type of potentials and useful features on wavefunctions and energy states which give user a wide view on physical properties of the system. As an student I enjoy using a reliable and easy to use program like WavePacket.

    Posted 08/31/2016
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    WavePacket is extremely well documented and contains numerous demo examples, which greatly facilitates the application and adaption of the code. Besides its use in research, the Matlab version is especially well suited for teaching, due to the integrated visualization routines. So far, I have used WavePacket in two research projects and highly recommend it.

    Posted 07/12/2016
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    Versatile simulation program for relatively simple quantum mechanical simulations. Easy to approach, even if your experience with MatLab is very limited. The wiki User Guide and Reference Guide are very nice to lean on when getting acquainted with the program. The demos are very useful to understand the inner workings of the program. I would highly recommend it.

    Posted 11/28/2014

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