Difference between revisions of "Physics of Soft and Biological Matter 1 WS 2013/2014"

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|17.10.2013 || Course Content, Introduction || <!--{{DownloadExt|/teaching/2012-ws-sim_methods/slides01.pdf|Slides}}-->
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|24.10.2013 || Introduction to quantum-mechanical methods ||
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|31.10.2013 || Common features in computer simulations (boundary conditions, long-range interactions, finite size effects, etc.) ||
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|07.11.2013 || Basics of Stat Mech, ensembles, observables ||
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|14.11.2013 || Elements of elasticity theory ||
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|21.11.2013 || Introduction to Molecular Dynamics (MD) ||
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|28.11.2013 || MD (integrators, Liouville formulation, Lyapunov instability)  ||
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|05.12.2013 || MD (thermostats/barostats)  ||
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|12.12.2013 || Introduction to Monte Carlo (MC) ||
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|19.12.2013 || MC (examples - Ising model, beyond Metropolis)  ||
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|09.01.2014 || Building potentials  ||
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|16.01.2014 || Langevin dynamics, Brownian dynamics  ||
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|23.01.2014 || Error analysis ||
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|30.01.2014 || Simulating liquids ||
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|06.02.2014 || Advanced simulation techniques <!--Elements on thermodynamic integration, free-energy calculations, metadynamics--> ||
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Revision as of 08:54, 24 September 2013

Overview

Type
Lecture (2 SWS) and Tutorials (every 2nd week)
Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Christian Holm and Prof. Dr. Clemens Bechinger (Lecture); Dr. Jens Smiatek (Tutorials)
Course language
English
Location and Time
October 17th, 2013 - February 6th, 2014
Lecture: Thu, 14:00 - 15:30 (Seminar room ICP 1.079, Allmandring 3); Tutorials: tba.
Prerequisites
B. Sc. 5. Semester or Master

Course Material

Date Subject Resources
17.10.2013 Course Content, Introduction
24.10.2013 Introduction to quantum-mechanical methods
31.10.2013 Common features in computer simulations (boundary conditions, long-range interactions, finite size effects, etc.)
07.11.2013 Basics of Stat Mech, ensembles, observables
14.11.2013 Elements of elasticity theory
21.11.2013 Introduction to Molecular Dynamics (MD)
28.11.2013 MD (integrators, Liouville formulation, Lyapunov instability)
05.12.2013 MD (thermostats/barostats)
12.12.2013 Introduction to Monte Carlo (MC)
19.12.2013 MC (examples - Ising model, beyond Metropolis)
09.01.2014 Building potentials
16.01.2014 Langevin dynamics, Brownian dynamics
23.01.2014 Error analysis
30.01.2014 Simulating liquids
06.02.2014 Advanced simulation techniques