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AG Computersimulationen und Theorie komplexer FluideSS 2020

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Content: In the seminar, new developments in the field of statistical physics of complex fluids are introduced and current research in our work group is presented. Students who require a seminar certificate and/or are interested in working on a bachelor or diploma thesis in our group are very welcome.

Our focus lies on:

  • Non-Markovian systems
  • Formation of structure and phase transitions in external fields
  • Fluid nanostructures
  • New concepts of theoretical modelling such as dynamical density functional theory
  • Anisotropic fluids
  • Active matter and microswimmers
  • Stochastic thermodynamics
  • Control strategies
  • Nucleation and growth processes
  • Computer simulations


Seminar summer term 2020

Time: Wednesday, 16:15h

Date, Time
22.4.2020 16:15h
preliminary discussion
29.4. 16:15h
06.5. 16:15h
Sascha Gerloff
Non-equilibrium dynamics and fluctuations of sheared nanoclutches - depinning and steady state transitions
Currents and phases of magnetically driven colloids in slit pores
20.5. 16:15h
Mohsen Khadem
Search efficiency of fractional Brownian motion in a random distribution of targets
27.5. 16:15h
Ferdinand Schönerstedt
Self-assembly of mixtures of magnetic and nonmagnetic liquid crystals in an external field
03.6. 16:15h
Thomas Martynec
Characterization of non-equilibrium phase transitions in spin systems
10.6. 16:15h
17.6. 16:15h
Guo-Jun Liao    
Pattern formation of self-propelled colloids with dipolar interactions in two dimensions
01.07. 16:15h
Marcel Hülsberg  
Colloidal suspensions under oscillatory shear flow



Statistische Physik komplexer Fluide

This summer term, the seminar will be done online.

The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 22 at 4:15 pm. Participation of students and contributions in the form of online talks are very welcome! As usual, it will be possible to gain a certificate and credit points.
For further details, please directly contact Prof. Sabine Klapp. Further information on how to access the seminar is available in ISIS.



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