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In this group meeting we discuss electrokinetic phenomena. The main topics of interest are:
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Group leader: [[Alexander Reinauer]]
  
* Electrostatics
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Members: {{#ask:[[Topical Meeting::hydrodynamics]]}}
* Hydrodynamics (mainly Lattice-Boltzmann)
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* Electrokinetic in nanopores
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In this group meeting we discuss hydrodynamic phenomena. The main topics of interest are:
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* Hydrodynamics
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* Lattice Boltzmann
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* multi-phase flow
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* Electrokinetics
 
    
 
    
 
== Schedule ==
 
== Schedule ==
  
The meeting takes place biweekly on '''Wednesday at 13:00'''.
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The meeting takes place every three weeks on '''Wednesday at 13:00'''.
 
 
'''1.10.2013:''' First meeting, introduction and planning.
 
 
 
'''16.10.2013:''' Electrostatic methods used in Espresso. MK will talk about his bachelor thesis.
 
 
 
'''30.10.2013:''' Hydrodynamic methods in Espresso.
 
 
 
'''13.11.2013:''' Electrokinetics methods in Espresso (main speakers: GR and JdG)
 
 
 
'''27.11.2013:''' Laurent Helden (from Bechinger's group), Olaf, Axel: Colloidal diffusion between two walls. Stefan would also talk about his recent work if time left.
 
 
 
'''11.12.2013:''' Stefan would also talk about his recent work. Backup: Florian F.
 
 
 
'''8.1.2014:''' Reports (Gabriel, Dominic, Shervin, Owen)
 
 
 
'''22.1.2014:''' Choosing LB parameters (Stefan, Owen, ...)
 
 
 
'''5.2.2014:''' P3M (tuning and other issues) (Gabriel, Florian W., Olaf)
 
 
 
'''19.2.2014:''' Meeting on nano-pores instead of EK.
 

Latest revision as of 18:16, 18 May 2021

Group leader: Alexander Reinauer

Members: Alexander Reinauer, Carl Biermann, Christian Holm, Christoph Lohrmann, Ingo Tischler, Maximilian Hörl, Patrick Kreissl, Rudolf Weeber

In this group meeting we discuss hydrodynamic phenomena. The main topics of interest are:

  • Hydrodynamics
  • Lattice Boltzmann
  • multi-phase flow
  • Electrokinetics

Schedule

The meeting takes place every three weeks on Wednesday at 13:00.