Simulating Soft Matter with ESPResSo
Institute for Computational Physics, Stuttgart University, Germany
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Nowadays, computer simulations of soft matter systems are an important tool in a broad range of fields such as statistical physics, biophysics, chemistry, material sciences, and even food sciences. Examples for such systems are liquid crystals, colloidal dispersions, polymers, DNA, membranes, polymer batteries, fuel cells, and milk foam, to name just a few. All of these systems have in common that they are very complex and often require large length and time scales, and therefore cannot be tackled by brute-force simulations, but require clever coarse-graining and the use of advanced simulation techniques.
Axel Arnold (Institute for Computational Physics, University of Stuttgart) - Organiser
Christian Holm (University of Stuttgart) - Organiser
Olaf Lenz (Institute for Computational Physics, University of Stuttgart) - Organiser