Difference between revisions of "Hauptseminar Theorie und Simulation der weichen Materie WS 2014/2015/Coarse-grained simulation models: What is left to be learned"

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Date
Topic
Coarse-grained models for ionic liquids
Speaker

Contents

  • Intro: What is coarse-graining and who needs it?
  • CG and multiscale approaches.
  • Systematic versus heuristic methods to obtain coarse-grained models
  • What is the range of validity of a CG model, and how to compare it to experiments/ab-initio methods?
  • Examplary CG-Model: The ionic liquid BMIM PF6 and its application to capacitor systems.

Literature