School of Natural and Environmental Sciences

Staff Profile

Dr Julien Eng

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant

Background

Dr Julien Eng is a Research Associate at the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences at Newcastle University. 

Area of expertise

  • Theoretical Chemistry

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Publications

  • dos Santos PL, Ward JS, Congrave DG, Batsanov AS, Eng J, Stacey JE, Penfold TJ, Monkman AP, Bryce MR. Triazatruxene: A Rigid Central Donor Unit for a D–A3 Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Material Exhibiting Sub‐Microsecond Reverse Intersystem Crossing and Unity Quantum Yield via Multiple Singlet–Triplet State Pairs. Advanced Science 2018, 5(6), 1700989.
  • Singh SK, Eng J, Atanasov M, Neese F. Covalency and chemical bonding in transition metal complexes: An ab initio based ligand field perspective. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2017, 344, 2-25.
  • Harabuchi Y, Eng J, Gindensperger E, Taketsugu T, Maeda S, Daniel C. Exploring the Mechanism of Ultrafast Intersystem Crossing in Rhenium(I) Carbonyl Bipyridine Halide Complexes: Key Vibrational Modes and Spin–Vibronic Quantum Dynamics. J. Chem. Theory. Comput 2016, 12(5), 2335-2345.
  • Marchand G, Eng J, Schapiro I, Valentini A, Frutos LM, Pieri Elisa, Olivucci M, Léonard J, Gindensperger E. Directionality of Double-Bond Photoisomerization Dynamics Induced by a Single Stereogenic Center. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2015, 6(4), 599-604.
  • Eng J, Gourlaouen C, Gindensperger E, Daniel C. Spin-vibronic quantum dynamics for ultrafast excited-state processes. Accounts of Chemical Research 2015, 48(3), 809-817.
  • Eng J, Daniel C. Structural Properties and UV–Visible Absorption Spectroscopy of Retinal-pyridyl-CN Re(I) Carbonyl Bipyridine Complex: A Theoretical Study. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2015, 119(43), 10645-10653.
  • Gourlaouen C, Eng J, Otsuka M, Gindensperger E, Daniel C. Quantum Chemical Interpretation of Ultrafast Luminescence Decay and Intersystem Crossings in Rhenium(I) Carbonyl Bipyridine Complexes. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2015, 11(1), 99-110.