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AG Computersimulationen und Theorie komplexer FluideWS2014/15

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Statistical physics of complex fluids

Seminar winter term 2014/15

Time: monday, 14:15h

Place : EW 731

Preliminary discussion takes place on monday, 20.10.2014

Distribution of topics and dates; Students are invited

Contact: Prof. Dr. Sabine Klapp

 

Content:

In the seminar new developments in the field of statistical phyics of complex fluids are introduced and current research in our work group is presented.

Students that 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:

  • dynamics outside equilibrium
  • formation of structure and phase transitions in external fields
  • Fluid nanostructures
  • Self-Assembly
  • New concepts of theoretical modelling such as dynamical density functional theory and computer simulations

Appointments
Date/Place/Time
Speaker
Topic
20.10.2014
EW731, 14:15h
Preliminary discussion
Distribution of topics and dates
Students are invited
27.10.2014
Nicola Kleppmann
Simulating collective behaviour and growth of complex molecules
03.11.2014
Robert Gernert
Kramers-Moyal-Coefficients for Feedback problems and stochastic thermodynamics
10.11.2014
Arzu Yener
Impact of asymmetry on self assembly of dipolar particles
24.11.2014
Thomas Heinemann
Treatment of electrostatics for symmetric disk-like molecules
01.12.2014
Rodrigo Lugo Frias
Binary mixtures of hard rodlike colloids
08.12.2014
Jelena Jordanovic
15.12.2014
Florian Kogler
Acitve dipolar microswimmers
05.01.2015
Sascha Gerloff
Non-equilibriums dynamics of a binary mixture in confinement
12.01.2015
Christopher W├Ąchtler
Transitions between non-equilibrium steady-states using active particles
19.01.2015
Alexander Kraft
Density Functional Theory and Dynamic Density Functional Theory - Introduction and Applications
02.02.2015
Stavros Peroukidis
Liquid crystallin and magnetic particle hybrids
09.02.2015
Konstantin Zak
Transport of hard discs in two dimensions in complex shaped channels

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