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== Schedule ==
== Schedule ==
The meeting takes place every three weeks on '''Tuesday at
The meeting takes place every three weeks on '''Tuesday at :''', if not indicated differently.
=== SS 2017 ===
=== SS 2017 ===
Revision as of 10:08, 18 April 2017
The meeting takes place every three weeks on Tuesday at 10:30, if not indicated differently.
- F. Weik: B-spline fit to polymer conformations and error calculation for Eigenvalue problems (both related to Evangelos' project of DNA translocation).
- P. Kreissl: Writing proposal for magnetic gels project together with R. Weeber.
- K. Szuttor: Writing response to paper review (almost done).
- M. Kuron: Bachelor student's thesis deadline is soon. Moving boundary EK debugging progresses, but not finished. Literature resesearch on visco-elastic LB: -Malas-Pinas model may not be the best choice acc. to Joost et al. -Flo: talk to U. Schiller
- 28.03.2017 We discussed results from the DPG meeting (e.g. Microgels from the group of Richtering, Aachen, https://sharepoint.ecampus.rwth-aachen.de/vo/microgels/aussen/SitePages/Publications.aspx), strategies for moving L-shaped swimmers and simulating weak hydrogels in an external electric field.
- 28.02.2017 Jonas: We discussed the Poisson Boltzmann Cell Model, the free energy contributions which are necessary to determine the swelling equilibrium and first results of the COMSOL model.
- 7.02.2017 Kai: We discussed the relaxation time behaviour of the first Rouse mode for uncharged polymers tethered to a wall in the presence of hydrodynamic interactions. There seems to be a crossover for the relaxation times, depending on the channel height and polymer length.
- 18.01.2017 Julia presented the Computation of the 'Morphological Computation' for L shaped active swimmers. Nicolai presented results not included in his master thesis: susceptibilities/ relaxation times/ magnetization for isotropic/ uniaxial magnetic gels regarding the influence of Hydrodynamics (LB vs. Langevin thermostat). Idea of simulating ferro fluids due to more experimental data.
- 22.11.2016 Presentation of the Desalination Paper of Tobias, Progress report of Patrick (active colloid in viscous medium modeled by entangled protein solution)
- 13.1.2016 Patrick: Discussed how to test in simulations the magnetization model of anisotropic particles in an external magnetic field in an elastic medium. Further discussed why an active colloid in a viscoelastic medium could have an increased rotational diffusion. Kai: presented his paper on polymer stretching.
- Tue, 27.09.2016 Progess reports by Julia (active L-shaped microswimmers) and Sebastian (sheared gels with Lees-Edwards boundary conditions)
- Wed, 03.02.2016 External guest Daniel Häufle: L-shaped microswimmers
- Wed, 13.01.2016 Progress reports
- Wed, 25.11.2015 Progress report from the active Matter fraction
- Wed, 3.9.2014
- Wed, 13.8.2014 Coarse graining out the connecting polymers in magnetic gels (RW)
- Wed, 23.7.2014
- Wed, 2.7.2014 Observables feature in ESPResSo by Stefan, some remarks on TRAVIS analysis tool for MD trajectories by Konrad
- Wed, 11.6.2014
- Wed, 21.5.2014 Progress reports
- Wed, 30.4.2014 The reaction ensemble, integrating chemical reactions into computer simulations (TR)
- Wed, 9.4.2014 Starting the semester with status/progress reports
- Wed, 12.02.2014: Extraordinary Time: 15:30, Topic will be reports on progress and problems
- Wed, 15.01.2013: Cell under tension model for hydrogels (TR)
- Wed, 04.12.2013: fitting elastic constants in magnetic gels (RW) and as backup: Poisson-Boltzmann Cell under tension model for hydrogels (TR)
- Wed, 20.11.2013: Continuation of the blob picture for polymers under confinement, maybe talk on fitting elastic constants
- Wed, 06.11.2013: Talks on Blobology: Pincus blobs, Polymer blobs under confinement, electrostatic blobs
- Wed, 23.10.2013: Progress Report
- Wed, 2.10.2013: Initial meeting
Overview over active swimmers by Joost active swimmers (6.83 MB)
Some remarks on literature research by Joost literature research (1.9 MB)
Overview for the reaction ensemble method plus example implementation: reaction ensemble (255 KB)