An analytical model for spatially varying clear-sky CO2 forcing
Jeevanjee, Seeley, Fueglistaler, and Paynter
Submitted to Journal of Climate


Future increases in Arctic lightning and fire risk for permafrost carbon
Chen, Romps, Seeley, Veraverbeke, Riley, Mekonnen, and Randerson
Nature Climate Change


Designing a radiative antidote to CO2
Seeley, Lutsko, and Keith
Geophysical Research Letters


FAT or FiTT: Are anvil clouds or the tropopause temperature-invariant?
Seeley, Jeevanjee, and Romps
Geophysical Research Letters
Formation of tropical anvil clouds by slow evaporation
Seeley, Jeevanjee, Langhans, and Romps
Geophysical Research Letters


Tropical cloud buoyancy is the same in a world with or without ice
Seeley and Romps
Geophysical Research Letters



Quantum computation

As an undergraduate, I did some research on quantum computation with Peter Love, who was then at Haverford College. I have not kept up with the field, but it appears that the technique we developed for simulating molecular electron dynamics on a quantum computer, which we called the Bravyi-Kitaev transformation, remains promising.

The Bravyi-Kitaev transformation: properties and applications
Tranter et al., incl. Seeley (2015)
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
The Bravyi-Kitaev transformation for quantum computation of electronic structure
Seeley, Richard, and Love (2012)
Journal of Chemical Physics


Convection, Radiation, and Climate: Fundamental Mechanisms and Impacts of a Changing Atmosphere
PhD dissertation (embargoed)
Inelastic light scattering measurements of a pressure-induced quantum liquid in KCuF3
Yuan et al., incl. Seeley (2012)
Physical Review Letters

updated 12.22.20