Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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DY: Fachverband Dynamik und Statistische Physik

DY 51: Poster: Stat. Phys., Comp. Meth

Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 15:00–18:00, Poster B2

15:00 DY 51.1 Random Field Ising Model with spatially disorder strength gradient — •Christoph Polle and Alexander K. Hartmann
15:00 DY 51.2 Semi-automatic construction of Lattice Boltzmann models — •Dominic Spiller and Burkhard Duenweg
15:00 DY 51.3 Self-learning Monte Carlo Methods — •Kai Meinerz and Simon Trebst
15:00 DY 51.4 Finite temperature structure of Hybrid Perovskites from ab-initio and classical MD — •Jonathan Lahnsteiner, Georg Kresse, Jurn Heinen, and Menno Bokdam
15:00 DY 51.5 Entropy Production in Non Equilibrium Steady State Systems — •Timon Wittenstein, Marius Bause, Kurt Kremer, and Tristan Bereau
15:00 DY 51.6 Phase transition for parameter learning of Hidden Markov Models — •Nikita Rau, Jörg Lücke, and Alexander K. Hartmann
15:00 DY 51.7 Critical Exponent ν of the Ising Model in Three Dimensions with Long-range Correlated Disorder — •Stanislav Kazmin and Wolfhard Janke
15:00 DY 51.8 A Theoretical Investigation of Hydrocarbon Decomposition at High Temperature and High Pressure — •Nehzat Safaei, Kurt Kremer, and Omar Valsson
15:00 DY 51.9 Non-flat histogram techniques in application to complex free energy landscapes — •Fabio Mueller, Stefan Schnabel, and Wolfhard Janke
15:00 DY 51.10 Critical properties of long-range ferromagnetic quantum Ising chains — •Stephan Humeniuk
15:00 DY 51.11 Serially-Connected Domain Model for Phase Transitions in Disordered Porous Solids — •Henry R.N.B. Enninful, Adrianna Wójciak, Dirk Enke, and Rustem Valiullin
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