CompPhys10 Timetable (as of 22 Nov)

Thu, 25 November 2010  -   Linnestr. 5, Theory Lecture Hall ("Theorie Hörsaal")
09:00-09:30  - Registration and Welcome Coffee ("Aula") -  
09:30-09:35  - Opening - 
Session 1: Statistical Physics I (Chair: Reinhold Haberlandt)
09:35-09:55 Harald Morgner A new ansatz for thermodynamics of confined systems
09:55-10:15 Martin Hasenbusch The thermodynamic Casimir effect in the neighbourhood of the lambda transition: A Monte Carlo study of an improved three-dimensional lattice model
10:15-10:35 David Winter Monte Carlo test of the classical theory for heterogeneous nucleation
10:35-10:55 Stefan Schnabel On the low-temperature behavior of a geometrically frustrated Heisenberg antiferromagnet
10:55-11:30 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 2: Polymer Physics (Chair: Tarik Celik)
11:30-11:50 Hsiao-Ping Hsu Polymer chain stiffness versus excluded volume: A Monte Carlo study of the crossover towards the wormlike chain model
11:50-12:10 Federica Lo Verso Spherical polymer brushes under good solvent conditions: Molecular dynamics results compared to density functional theory
12:10-12:30 Leonid Yelash Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of polybutadiene at graphite: Wall impact on polymer statics and dynamics
12:30-14:30 - Lunch Break at Mensa Liebigstr. -  
Session 3: Computational Methods (Chair: Thomas Neuhaus)
14:30-14:50 Antonio Gordillo-Guerrero IBERCIVIS: A BOINC-based platform for scientific computing
14:50-15:10 Martin Weigel Performance potential for simulating spin models on GPU
15:10-15:30 Jonathan Groß Massively parallelized replica-exchange simulations of polymers on GPUs
Session 4: Posters (Chair: Harald Markum)
15:30-16:00 Short oral presentations of posters listed below
16:00-17:00 - Poster Session & Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 5: NTZ-Colloquium Statistics Beyond Physics (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
17:00-17:30 Sigismund Kobe Statistics beyond physics - misused in public?
17:30-18:00 Ralph Kenna Size matters, except perhaps for pure mathematicians
19:00-20:15 - Glühwein at Christmas Market -  
20:30 - Dinner at "Thüringer Hof" (Burgstr. 19) -  
Fri, 26 November 2010  -   Linnestr. 5, Theory Lecture Hall ("Theorie Hörsaal")
09:00-09:30  - Wake-Up Coffee ("Aula") -  
Session 6: Disordered Systems (Chair: Elmar Bittner)
09:30-09:50 Juan J. Ruiz-Lorenzo Ising spin-glass transition in magnetic field out of mean-field: Numerical simulations and experiments
09:50-10:10 Jorge Monforte Critical behavior of three-dimensional disordered Potts models with many states
10:10-10:30 Frank Beyer The infinite-component spin glass revisited
10:30-11:00 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 7: Statistical Physics II (Chair: Martin Weigel)
11:00-11:20 Ferenc Iglói Infinite disorder scaling of random quantum magnets in three and higher dimensions
11:20-11:40 Jacob Stevenson Domain walls and Schramm-Loewner evolution in the random-field Ising model
11:40-12:00 Sandro Wenzel Critical properties of the 120 degree model for orbital ordering
12:00-12:20 Andreas Tröster Optimizing Wilson's momentum shell renormalization group
12:20-12:30 - Group Photo in front of "Aula" -  
12:30-14:30 - Lunch Break at Mensa Liebigstr. -  
Session 8: Quantum Systems (Chair: Ferenc Iglói)
14:30-14:50 David Peters Anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnets
14:50-15:10 Thomas Neuhaus More on quantum adiabatic computations
15:10-15:30 Antun Balaz Fast converging path integrals for time-dependent potentials
15:30-15:50 Harald Markum Formulation of time from Aristotle to Monte Carlo simulations and to noncommutative geometry
15:50-16:30 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 9: Random Networks (Chair: Ralph Kenna)
16:30-16:50 Alexander Hartmann Large-deviation properties of largest component for random graphs
16:50-17:10 Christian von Ferber Coupled order parameter systems on scale-free networks
17:10-17:30 Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad Stability and timing in Boolean dynamics
17:30-17:50 Marcin Zagórski Model gene regulatory networks under mutation-selection balance
17:50-17:55  - Closing - 
17:55-19:00  - Poster Session & Fare-Well Beer/Wine -  
20:00  - Dinner at Ratskeller (Burgplatz) -  
Sat, 27 November 2010  -   Vor dem Hospitaltore 1, Large ("Grosser") Seminar Room 1L12/13
Session 10: New Developments in Computational Physics (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
10:00-12:30  - Discussion of Collaborative Projects -  
12:30-14:30 - Lunch Break at Pizzeria "Da Salvo" (Phillip-Rosenthal-Str. 9) -  
14:30-17:00  - Collaboration Meetings -  
17:00-18:00   - Summary & Future Perspectives -  
19:00 - Dinner at ??? ("democratic decision") -  
List of Posters in Session 4
Dipanjan Chakraborty Molecular simulation of hot nano particles
Ewa Gajda A new method of solving inverse problems
Max Henner Gerlach Monte Carlo study of the droplet-strip transition in the two-dimensional Ising model
Martin Hasenbusch The thermal Casimir effect in films: Monte Carlo simulations of improved models
Martin Marenz Worm algorithm in ordered and disordered media
Marco Müller Towards optimized parallel tempering
Hannes Nagel Condensation time scale of a stochastic transport process with pair factorized steady states
Andreas Nußbaumer Gibbs-Thomson effect in the Ising model
Marcin Zagórski Copulas applied in the inverter case study
Johannes Zierenberg Structure of the Tip4p model in the ice I_h phase

Wolfhard Janke - Tue Nov 23 12:39:13 CET 2010 (WJ)