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''Hard-sphere systems:'' | ''Hard-sphere systems:'' | ||

− | * Linear-response theory | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Linear-response theory|Linear-response theory]] |

− | * Mode-Coupling theory for hard spheres | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Mode-Coupling_theory_for_hard_spheres| Mode-Coupling theory for hard spheres]] |

− | * Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics simulations of hard sphere systems | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics simulations of hard sphere systems|Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics simulations of hard sphere systems]] |

− | * Hard sphere solutions in the limit of high and dilute concentrations | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Hard sphere solutions in the limit of high and dilute concentrations| Hard sphere solutions in the limit of high and dilute concentrations]] |

''Polymers and Polyelectrolytes:'' | ''Polymers and Polyelectrolytes:'' | ||

− | * Theory of polymers: efficient description of polymers in analytical calculations | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Theory of polymers: efficient description of polymers in analytical calculations| Theory of polymers: efficient description of polymers in analytical calculations]] |

− | * Theory of polymer dynamics: Rouse- vs. Zimm regime (Hydrodynamic interactions) | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Theory of polymer dynamics: Rouse- vs. Zimm regime (Hydrodynamic interactions)| Theory of polymer dynamics: Rouse- vs. Zimm regime (Hydrodynamic interactions)]] |

− | * Polymer simulations in presence and in absence of hydrodynamic interactions | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Polymer simulations in presence and in absence of hydrodynamic interactions| Polymer simulations in presence and in absence of hydrodynamic interactions]] |

− | * Polymer melts and polymers in high concentrated solutions | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Polymer melts and polymers in high concentrated solutions| Polymer melts and polymers in high concentrated solutions]] |

''Ionic Liquids (ILs):'' | ''Ionic Liquids (ILs):'' | ||

− | * QM DFT simulations of ILs - what can be learned about polarization | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/QM DFT simulations of ILs - what can be learned about polarization| QM DFT simulations of ILs - what can be learned about polarization]] |

− | * Atomistic simulation models: Polarizable versus classical force fields | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Atomistic simulation models: Polarizable versus classical force fields| Atomistic simulation models: Polarizable versus classical force fields]] |

− | * Coarse-grained simulation models: What is left to be learned | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Coarse-grained simulation models: What is left to be learned| Coarse-grained simulation models: What is left to be learned]] |

− | * Dnamical properties of ionic liquids | + | * [[Hauptseminar_Theorie_und_Simulation_der_weichen_Materie_WS_2014/2015/Dnamical properties of ionic liquids|Dnamical properties of ionic liquids]] |

== Getting the credit points == | == Getting the credit points == |

## Revision as of 13:46, 14 November 2014

## Overview

- Type
- Seminar (Talks and Discussion)
- Date and Time
- Tu 24.02.2015 - Th 26.02.2015 (alternatively 03.03.2015 - 05.03.2015)
- Location
- Institut für Computerphysik, Seminar room 1.079
- Credit Points
- 2 SWS = 3 CP
- Teachers
- Prof. Dr. Christian Holm (ICP)
- Dr. Jens Smiatek (ICP)
- Dr. Matthias Krüger (MPI für Intelligente Systeme)
- Course Number
- 04570
- Modules
- PO 2011: 31620 Hauptseminar in Theoretischer Physik (benoteter Leistungsnachweis)
- PO 2010: 28300 Fortgeschrittene Vielteilchentheorie (unbenoteter Leistungsnachweis als Prüfungsvorleistung)
- Language
- Englisch
- Requirements
- We expect the participants to have fundamental knowledge in classical and statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, electrodynamics, and partial differential equations.

## Topics

General Topic: **From Model Systems to Material Properties (Vom Modell zur Materialeigenschaft)**

*Hard-sphere systems:*

- Linear-response theory
- Mode-Coupling theory for hard spheres
- Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics simulations of hard sphere systems
- Hard sphere solutions in the limit of high and dilute concentrations

*Polymers and Polyelectrolytes:*

- Theory of polymers: efficient description of polymers in analytical calculations
- Theory of polymer dynamics: Rouse- vs. Zimm regime (Hydrodynamic interactions)
- Polymer simulations in presence and in absence of hydrodynamic interactions
- Polymer melts and polymers in high concentrated solutions

*Ionic Liquids (ILs):*

- QM DFT simulations of ILs - what can be learned about polarization
- Atomistic simulation models: Polarizable versus classical force fields
- Coarse-grained simulation models: What is left to be learned
- Dnamical properties of ionic liquids

## Getting the credit points

To get the credit points for the seminar, the following criteria should be met:

- All participants have to be
**present**in all talks and play a part in the discussions. - Instead of writing a report
*after*the talk, we expect the participants to distribute a**handout**in the week before the seminar and send it to Jens Smiatek to be put up on the web page.- The handout is to be written in English.
- All participants are expected to read the handout as preparation to the talk.
- It should describe the contents of the talk, written out in full.
- It should have 8 to 10 pages.
- If available, up to three original articles can be attached to the handout.

- The
**talk**is to be given at the arranged time.- The talk is to be held in English.
- The talk should take 40 to 45 minutes.
- We recommend to prepare electronic slides for the talk.
- They can be displayed on your own laptop or on the institute's laptop. In the first case, please check whether the projection works
*before*the actual date, in the latter case, please contact us well beforehand so that we will bring the laptop. - After the talk, there will be a discussion on the talk, where all participants are expected to actively contribute.
- After the discussion, we will give hints on how to improve the presentation.

- For the participants that require a grade (PO 2011), the following aspects will be important:
- Quality of the talk (contents, presentation, slides)
- Quality of the handout (contents, readability)
- Contributions to the discussion