Collège Doctoral - Doktorandenkollegien

Statistical Physics of Complex Systems

Coventry - Leipzig - Lviv - Nancy

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Philipp Schierz

Leipzig



Research interest:

GPU programming

Thesis advisor(s):

W. Janke

Thesis title:


List of publications:

[4] Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo Simulations in the Microcanonical Ensemble: Quantitative Comparison and Reweighting Techniques
P. Schierz, J. Zierenberg, and W. Janke
J. Chem. Phys. (2015) to appear
[3] Probing the Effect of Density on the Aggregation Temperature of Semi-Flexible Polymers in Spherical Confinement
M. Mueller, J. Zierenberg, M. Marenz, P. Schierz, and W. Janke
Physics Procedia 68 (2015) 95-99
[2] MD Simulations of Hydrogen Diffusion in ZIF-11 with a Force Field Fitted to Experimental Adsorption Data
P. Schierz, S. Fritzsche, W. Janke, S. Hannongbua, O. Saengsawang, C. Chmelik, and J. Kärger
Microporous Mesoporous Mater. 203 (2015) 132
[1] Aggregation of Theta-Polymers in Spherical Confinement
J. Zierenberg, M. Mueller, P. Schierz, M. Marenz, and W. Janke
J. Chem. Phys. 141 (2014) 14908-19


Seminars

24/04/2014 Dissection of the titans: An analysis of the comparability of MC and MD
14/11/2013 Clash of the titans: MUCA and MD applied to polymer aggregation in a sphere
12/09/2013 GPU computing for Molecular Dynamics - and Monte Carlo Simulations
25/04/2013 Introduction to OpenCL
11/04/2013 MD and MC simulations with GPUs


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