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Seminars 2018

12.01.2018

10:30; TU Darmstadt, Köhler-Saal S1|03 Lecture: Tristan Bereau: Multisale simulations of soft matter augmented by data-driven methods Talk: Joe Rudzinski: Structural-kinetic relationships for consistent interpretations of coarse-grained peptide kinetics Read more…

02.02.2018

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Thomas Speck: Molecular dynamics with conserved quantities Talk: Fabian Knoch: Multi-Ensemble Markov State Modeling Read more…

01.03.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Alexandre dos Santos; UFRGS, Brazil “Simulation of charged polarizable surfaces”

08.03.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Vladimir Lobaskin; University College Dublin, Ireland “Bionano interactions - key to understanding toxicity and function of nanomaterials”

19.03.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Yoav G. Pollack; The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel The Static Glass Lengthscale at Low T

04.04.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Michele Cascella; University of Oslo Coarse-Graining Peptide Chains – from Particles to Fields

18.04.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Peter van Oostrum; University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Vienna Multivalent binding through force activation of fimbriated bacteria revealed by digital holographic phase contrast microscopy

26.04.2018

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Prof. Dr. Michele Cascella; Chemistry Department, University of Oslo “Coarse-Graining Peptide Chains – from Particles to Fields”

26.04.2018

17:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Eduard Feireisl; Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague & Einstein Professor, TU Berlin Numerical analysis of the complete Euler system.

03.05.2018

11:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Markus Bachmayr; University of Bonn “Reduced basis methods, low-rank approximations, and uncertainty quantification”

18.05.2018

10:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Vladimir Lobaskin: Multiscale modelling of bionano interface Read more…

14.06.2018

17:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Yvo Pokern; University College London, UK Flow Transport SMC Samplers

22.06.2018

10:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Hendrik Heinz; University of Colorado-Boulder Understanding Multiphase Materials Interactions from Molecules to Microstructures

29.06.2018

9:30; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lectures: Michael Vogel: On the characterization of complex molecular dynamics in computer simulation studies Tamisra Pal: TBA Read more…

06.07.2018

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Andre' Brinkmann: TBA Read more…

13.07.2018

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Arash Nikoubashman: TBA Read more…

Seminars 2017

18.01.2017

15:00; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lecture: Florian Mueller-Plathe: Molecular dynamics – Dynamics! – DYNAMICS!!! Talk: Tamisra Pal: Dynamic heterogeneity in Ionic Liquids : Insights from All-atom and Coarse- Grained Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study Read more…

17.02.2017

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Kostas Daoulas: Application of Self Consistent Field Theory to polymeric liquid crystals Talk: Thomas Kemmer: Numerical approaches to local and nonlocal biomolecule electrostatics using the Julia programming language Read more…

28.04.2017

10:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Felix Otto; Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig, Germany Effective behavior of random media: An error analysis

18.05.2017

17:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Andrea Barth; Universität Stuttgart Quantification of Uncertainty via Multilevel Monte Carlo Methods

19.05.2017

10:00; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lecture: Martin Oberlack: Extended Discontinuous Galerkin methods for singular problem such as multi-phase flows Talk: Florian Kummer: Extended discontinuous Galerkin methods for multiphase flows and their coupling to level-set methods Read more…

07.07.2017

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Marialore Sulpizi: Unifying molecular dynamics and electronic structure Read more…

12.07.2017

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Lecture: Jürgen Gauss: A Quick Sightseeing Tour Through Quantum Chemistry Read more…

07.09.2017

14:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Thomas Gruhn; University of Bayreuth “Examples of self-assembling mesostructures - Domain formation in thermoelectric alloys and colloidal quasicrystals”

20.09.2017

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Lorentz-Raum Giovanni Cicotti; University of Rome, La Sapienza Accelerated-MD & MC

09.11.2017

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Hugues Meyer; Université du Luxembourg On the generalized Langevin equation : a non-stationary approach of the Mori-Zwanzig formalism

10.11.2017

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Burkhard Duenweg: Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Polymer Dynamics Talk: Nikita Tretyakov: An improved dissipative coupling between Lattice Boltzmann and Molecular Dynamics Read more…

15.12.2017

10:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Herbert Egger: Inverse problems with partial differential equations Talk: Tobias Seitz: Data enhancement for distributed flow measurements Read more & download attached files…

Seminars 2016

12.01.2016

14:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Michael Renardy; Virginia Tech, USA Modeling thixotropic yield stress fluids as a limit of viscoelasticity

19.01.2016

10:00; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lecture: Michael Vogel: Simulation Studies of Dynamical Heterogeneities in Soft Matter Systems Talk: Gregor Deichmann: Bottom-up DPD methods for coarse-grained MD simulations Read more…

27.01.2016

17:15; TU Darmstadt, Chemistry, Hörsaal A Athanassios Panagiotopoulos; Princeton University Self-assembly in nanoparticle and polymer systems

28.01.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Athanassios Panagiotopoulos; Princeton University Simulations of Thermodynamic Properties and Self-Assembly in Aqueous Solutions

28.01.2016

17:00; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Miloslav Feistauer; Charles University, Prague Numerical simulation of the two-phase flow by the finite element-discontinuous Galerkin method

29.01.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Benjamin Rotenberg; University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris Computing Memory Functions Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation

29.01.2016

11:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, room 05-514 Anna Hundertmark; Institute of Mathematics, Uni Mainz Von der Blutzelle bis zur Computersimulation

02.02.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Andreas Hildebrandt: Nonlocal electrostatics - biomolecules in a structured solvent Talk: Aoife Fogarty: Including Atomistic Detail in the Active Site of Coarse-grained Enzyme Models Read more…

19.02.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Thomas Ihle; Greifswald University, Germany Kinetic theory of polar active matter

04.04.2016

13:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Theo Odijk; Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics, Leiden, Netherlands Two-Dimensional Turbulence: a survey, a new result, speculations

05.04.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum David Andelman; School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University, Israel One Hundred Years of Electrified Interfaces: Past, Present and Future

29.04.2016

13:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Cecile Cottin-Bizonne; Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, Villeurbanne, France “Active systems: from self-propelled colloids to magnetotactic bacteria.”

13.05.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Yuki Nagata: Modeling of interfacial water Read more…

19.05.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum André H Gröschel; Institute of Physical Chemistry,University of Duisburg-Essen Unusual block copolymer nanostructures

24.05.2016

13:15; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Jens Glaser; Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Self-assembly of colloids and proteins: depletion interactions and implicit solvent

31.05.2016

10:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Illia Horenko; University of Lugano On numerical modelling and HPC-inference of unresolved scale effects in realistic multiscale systems

02.06.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Jeff Chen; Department of Physics, University of Waterloo, CA The Physics of semiflexible polymer chains

03.06.2016

10:00; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lecture: Nico van der Vegt: Modelling solvation using fluctuation theory of mixtures Talk: David Rosenberg: Calculation of Kirkwood-Buff Integrals from MD simulations and their role in generating effective pair-potentials Read more & download attached files…

13.06.2016

14:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Julien Lombard; University of Barcelona Emulsions stabilization using electrokinetics

24.06.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Arash Nikoubashman: Transport and assembly of colloidal particles through flow Talk: Ioana Ilie: A novel coarse grain protein model with internal degrees of freedom Read more…

05.07.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Gernot Gräff Room Michele Cascella; University of Oslo, Norway Large-scale Molecular Resolution Models of Biological Systems Combining Coarse-Grained and Hybrid Particle-Field Approaches

15.07.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Michael Wand: Generative models for structuring geometric and visual data (and maybe more?) Talk: Fabrice Delbary: Determining a pair potential from a radial distribution function Read more…

15.09.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Davide Donadio; Department of Chemistry, University of California Davis Phonons and thermal energy transport in nanostructures: dimensionality reduction and surface resonances

20.09.2016

9:20; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Phoolan Prasad; Indian institute of science, Bangalore Evolution of curves and surfaces: Closure relations of ray equa-tions, kinematical conservation laws (KCL), weakly nonlinear ray theory and curvature driven evolution

04.11.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lectures: Adolfo Poma: Nanomechanical Characterization of Native Cellulose I microfibril via a Coarse Grained Simulation Dominika Lesnicki: Understanding water relaxation at interfaces Read more…

22.11.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Andreas Tröster; TU Wien Finite strain Landau theory ap-plied to the high pressure phase transition of lead titanate

08.12.2016

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Friederike Schmid: Introduction into the "self-consistent field theory" of inhomogeneous polymer systems Talk: Alexej Disterhoft: Hybrid particle/field models of macromolecular systems with adaptive resolution Read more & download attached files…

15.12.2016

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Damien Vandembroucq; , Laboratory of Physics and Mechanics of complex fluid, Paris Lattice models of amorphous plasticity: from depinning to shear-banding

Seminars 2015

21.01.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Minkowski-Raum Tristan Bereau; MPIP Transmembrane-peptide structure formation from coarse-grained simulations

04.02.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Minkowski-Raum Josh Berryman; University of Luxembourg “Mechanisms for Variation in Twist Morphology of Peptide Amyloid Fibrils”

11.03.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Minkowski-Raum Olga Vinogradova; Moscow State University Superhydrophobic microfluidics

15.04.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Thorsten Raasch: Introduction to numerical wavelet methods and related multiscale schemes Talk: Joe Rudzinski: A generalized Yvon-Born-Green method for coarse-grained modeling Read more & download attached files…

15.05.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Emanuel Peter; Institute of Computational Science, Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, CH Polarizable models for the simulation of protein-water systems in dissipative particle dynamics.

20.05.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: André Brinkmann: Cloud computing versus high performance computing Talks: Nikolaos Sfakianakis: Actin-filament based Lamellipodium modeling and numerical simulations Johannes Heuser: A hybrid simulation method for polymer solutions Read more…

29.05.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Sara Jabbari Farrouji; JGU Mainz, Physics From charged colloids to self-propelled magnetic colloids

12.06.2015

14:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Michael Engel; University of Michigan Statistical Mechanics of Aperiodic Order

17.06.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Michael P. Allen: Making the atoms dance! Where do molecular dynamics simulation algorithms come from? Talk: Isidro Geada: Biomolecules at gold-water interfaces: the role of the metal polarization Read more & download attached files…

23.06.2015

14:30; MPIP Mainz, Staudinger-Hörsaal Giuseppe Milano; Dipartimento di Chimica e Biologia, University of Salerno, Italy Concurrent and Hierarchical Particle Continuum Bridging: A Journey Through Realistic Molecular Models of Soft Matter

26.06.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Subir K. Das; Theoretical Sciences Unit , Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India Aging in Kinetics of Phase Transitions

08.07.2015

10:00; TU Darmstadt - Lichtwiese - Bldg L2|06, Room 101 Lecture: Frederic Leroy: Basics of nonequilibrium statistical and classical thermodynamics. Introduction in nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations Talks: David Rosenberger: Structure based coarse graining and ill-posedness of inverse problems Vikram Reddy Ardham: Method to calculate work of adhesion for a solid-liquid system - Applied to n-alkanes on graphite Read more & download attached files…

10.07.2015

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Michael P. Allen; University of Warwick Coarse-Grained Simulations of Intrinsically Disordered Peptides

13.10.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Giordano Tierra; Mathematical Institute, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic Numerical methods for solving the Cahn-Hilliard equation and its applicability to mixtures of isotropic and nematic flows with anchoring effects

10.11.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Raffaello Potestio: Non-equilibrium topics in the Physics of knotted polymers Talk: Stefan Jaschonek: Pulling parameter dependency in force ramp molecular dynamic simulations Read more…

26.11.2015

14:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Room 05-426 Agnieszka Swierczewska-Gwiazda; University of Warsaw, Poland On various compressible models of fluid mechanics: problems of well-posedness

15.12.2015

10:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Lecture: Gregor Diezemann: Force probe molecular dynamics simulations: mechanical unfolding pathways of model systems Talk: Fabian Knoch: Markov State Modeling of systems driven into a non-equilibrium steady state Read more…

Seminars 2014

22.10.2014

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Newton-Raum Jens Smiatek; ICP, University of Stuttgart Macromolecules, co-solutes and solvents – A crucial interplay

12.11.2014

17:15; TU Darmstadt, Chemistry, Hörsaal A Gerhard Hummer; Department of Theoretical Biophysics, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt Molecular simulation of protein dynamics and function

25.11.2014

14:30; MPIP Mainz, Staudinger-Hörsaal Pierre Gaspard; Center for Nonlinear Phenomena and Complex Systems, Université Libre de Bruxelles Kinetics and thermodynamics of Markov chain copolymerization

27.11.2014

17:00; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Hilbert-Raum Rémi Abgrall; Universität Zürich On the approximation of hyperbolic problems, the example of fluid mechanics"

02.12.2014

10:30; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Vladimir Lobaskin; University College Dublin Coarse-grained simulations of the adsorption of human blood proteins onto charged nanoparticles

12.12.2014

13:00; JGU Mainz, Physics, Medienraum Oded Farago; Ben-Gurion University Proper Statistical Sampling in Isothermal-Isobaric Discrete-Time Molecular Dynamics

15.12.2014

14:15; JGU Mainz, Mathematics, Room 05-426 Phoolan Prasad; Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore KCL - A mathematical model to describe evolution of curves and surfaces

15.12.2014

17:15; JGU Mainz, Physical Chemistry, SR 00 216/220 Michele Cascella; University of Oslo Multi-scale approaches to protein dynamics: from the Schroedinger equation to coarse grained modelling

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