CompPhys07 Electronic Proceedings

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Joan Adler (Haifa): Modelling nanotubes and their applications with atomistic simulations

Martin Bock (Bonn): On the phase structure of 3D Abelian two-Higgs model on the lattice

Katarzyna Bucior (Mainz): Phase separation of two-component systems in thin films

Zdzislaw Burda (Krakow): Free zero-range process on networks

Philipp Cain (Chemnitz): Anomalously localized electronic states in three-dimensional disordered samples

Olivier Collet (Nancy): Thermodynamics of a protein model with warm and cold denaturations

Luigi Delle Site (MPI Mainz): Adaptive simulation resolution: basic principles and applications

Frank Dressel (Dresden): Accurate prediction of protein structures - how to find the exact ground state

Viktor Eisler (FU Berlin): Entanglement evolution after connecting finite to infinite quantum chains

Andrei Fedorenko (ENS Paris): Long-range correlated random field and random anisotropy O(N) models

Christian von Ferber (Coventry): Polymer stars and DNA in correlated environments

Alexander Hartmann (Oldenburg): Solution-space structure of (some) optimization problems

Martin Hasenbusch (Leipzig): The critical behavior of 3D Ising glass models: universality and scaling corrections

Malte Henkel (Nancy): Phase-ordering kinetics in disordered two-dimensional Ising models

Hsiao-Ping Hsu (Mainz): Escape transition of grafted polymer chains from a cylindrical tube

Ferenc Iglói (Budapest): Entanglement of quantum many-body systems

Des Johnston (Edinburgh): Lattice paths and the PASEP

Christoph Junghans (MPI Mainz): Controlling material properties using a thermostat

Eric Lorenz (Amsterdam): Lattice-Boltzmann simulations of particle suspensions in a sheared flow

Oliver Melchert (Oldenburg): Percolation of negative-weighted loops on 2d lattices

Simon Mitternacht (Lund): Aggregation and mechanical unfolding of proteins

Pedro Armando Ojeda May (Kassel): Folding of proteins using Monte Carlo simulations

Holger Perlt (Leipzig): Perturbative determination of c_SW with Symanzik improved gauge action and stout smearing

Bengt Petersson (Bielefeld): A precision simulation of SU(3) gauge theory in 2+1 dimensions and the continuum limit

Thierry Platini (Nancy): Work fluctuations in small quantum spin chains

Matej Praprotnik (MPI Mainz): Adaptive resolution simulation of liquid water

Adriaan Schakel (FU Berlin): Fractal dimensions of loop gases on fluctuating lattices

Arwed Schiller (Leipzig): The lattice gluon propagator in numerical stochastic perturbation theory

Lev Shchur (Chernogolovka/Moscow): Critical amplitude ratios of 3-state and 4-state Potts model

Julien Sopik (Bremen): The collapse dynamics of a classical Brownian self-gravitating system: analogy with the chemotactic aggregation and with the Bose-Einstein condensation

Peter Virnau (Mainz): How to overcome free energy barriers in grandcanonical Monte Carlo simulations

Thomas Vogel (Leipzig): Freezing and collapse of flexible polymers

Bartlomiej Waclaw (Leipzig): Multicanonical simulations of complex networks

Martin Weigel (Mainz): Optimization through extra dimensions: the Ising spin glass

Sandro Wenzel (Leipzig): On the phase structure of 3D Abelian one-Higgs model on the lattice


Walter Selke (RWTH Aachen): Anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnets in two dimensions

Walter Selke (RWTH Aachen): The critical Binder cumulant - revisited