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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 58: Computational Physics of Soft Matter II

Mittwoch, 18. März 2015, 15:45–18:30, PC 203

15:45 CPP 58.1 Hauptvortrag: The Tricontinuous 3ths(5) Phase: A New Morphology in Copolymer Melts — •Gerd Schroeder-Turk, Michael Fischer, Liliana de Campo, Jacob Kirkensgaard, and Stephen Hyde
16:15 CPP 58.2 Coarse-grained electrostatic interactions for symmetric disk-shaped molecules — •Thomas Heinemann, Karol Palczynski, Joachim Dzubiella, and Sabine H. L. Klapp
16:30 CPP 58.3 Brownian Dynamics simulations on soft patchy particles made of isotropic spheres — •Malte Lütje
16:45 CPP 58.4 Self organization of asymmetric dipolar particles in external fields — •Arzu Bahar Yener and Sabine H. L. Klapp
17:00 CPP 58.5 Assessing the Quality of Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Water by High-Dimensional Neural Network PotentialsTobias Morawietz, Andreas Singraber, Christoph Dellago, and •Jörg Behler
17:15 CPP 58.6 Proton disorder in cubic ice: Effect on the electronic and optical propertiesViviana Garbuio, Olivia Pulci, Michele Cascella, Igor Kupchak, and •Ari Paavo Seitsonen
17:30 CPP 58.7 Molecular dynamics simulation of the dielectric permittivity tensor at the water/1,2-dichloroethane liquid-liquid interface — •Zhu Liu, Hendrik H. Heenen, Karsten Reuter, and Christoph Scheurer
17:45 CPP 58.8 Quantum-Classical Adaptive Coupling in Grand-Canonical like Adaptive Resolution Simulations — •Animesh Agarwal and Luigi Delle Site
18:00 CPP 58.9 Reactive molecular dynamics simulation of the twin polymerization process with ReaxFFThomas Schönfelder, •Janett Prehl, Joachim Friedrich, Steffen Seeger, Stefan Spange, and Karl Heinz Hoffmann
18:15 CPP 58.10 Development of the extended ReaxFF+ approach to accurately model ionic system — •Oliver Böhm, Stephan Pfadenhauer, and Philipp Plänitz
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