CompPhys14: List of Participants

Wolfhard Janke (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Des Johnston (Heriot-Watt Univ., Edinburgh, UK): (Z2) lattice gerbe theory

Benno Werlich (Univ. Halle, Germany): Specific interactions in a hard sphere model (P)

Reinhold Haberlandt (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Klaus Kroy (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Martin Weigel (Coventry Univ., UK): Fragmentation of fractal random structures

Pooneh Pilvar (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Johannes Zierenberg (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Aggregation of semiflexible polymers under constraints

Jean-Yves Fortin (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France):

Nicolas Allegra (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France):

Marco Mueller (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Macroscopic degeneracy influences the finite-size scaling at first-order phase transitions

Steffen Trimper (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Ravinder Kumar (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Tristan Bereau (MPI Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany): Modeling many-body van der Waals interactions without electrons

Eren Metin Elçi (Coventry Univ., UK): On the mixing of the single-bond dynamics for the random-cluster model

Michael Bachmann (Univ. of Georgia, Athens, USA): A 20th century physics no-no problem: The reasons of us being

Sascha Sebastian Wald (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Anisotropic extension of the quantum spherical model (P)

Hsiao-Ping Hsu (MPI Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany): Lattice Monte Carlo simulations of polymer melts

Matt Williams (Univ. of Georgia, Athens, USA): Structural transitions in helical polymers.

Alexander Hartmann (Univ. Oldenburg, Germany): Large deviations for work distributions

Pascal Fieth (Univ. Oldenburg, Germany): Rare-event simulations for score statistics of multiple sequence alignments

Lev Shchur (Landau Inst., Chernogolovka, Russia): On the accuracy of the Wang-Landau algorithm

Timur Shakirov (Univ. Halle, Germany): Wang-Landau type Monte Carlo study of crystallization in melts of short semi-flexible polymers

Hannes Nagel (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Open boundary conditions in stochastic transport processes with pair-factorized steady states (P)

Walter Selke (RWTH Aachen, Germany):

Tomas Koci (Univ. of Georgia, Athens, USA): Effects of the bond elasticity on the structural transitions of a flexible polymer

Semjon Stepanow (Univ. Halle, Germany): Adsorption of semiflexible polymers (P)

Anastasios Malakis (University of Athens, Greece): Anistropic spin-glass models

Nikolaos Fytas (Coventry Univ., UK): Universality in the three-dimensional random-field Ising model

Elmar Bittner (Univ. Heidelberg, Germany):

Wolfgang Paul (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Nikolay Izmailyan (Yerevan, Armenia & Coventry Univ., UK): Corner contribution to free energy for 2D dimer model

Fred Hucht (Univ. Duisburg-Essen, Germany): Casimir force scaling functions in 2d Ising systems with open boundaries: The importance of corner contributions

Jonathan Groß (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Poly(3-hexylthiophene) adsorption on Au(001)

Hendrik Hobrecht (Univ. Duisburg-Essen, Germany): Simulating three-body Casimir interactions in colloidal suspensions (P)

Suman Majumder (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Andreas Tröster (TU Wien, Austria): Fourier Monte Carlo renormalization group approach to crystalline membranes

Martin Hasenbusch (HU Berlin, Germany): Phase transition of films in the Ising universality class

Francesco Parisen Toldin (Univ. Würzburg, Germany): Fermionic quantum criticality in honeycomb and π-flux Hubbard lattice models

Ferenc Iglói (Budapest, Hungary): Random transverse-field Ising chain with long-range interactions

Hugo Tschirhart (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Determinant representation for integrable spin-boson models

Malte Henkel (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Spherical models of interface growth

Harald Morgner (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): The stability of foam films: Remarks on the concept of disjoining pressure

Bertrand Berche (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Subtleties of gauge theory in Aharonov-Bohm rings (tentative)

Ulrich Behn (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Thomas Neuhaus (JSC, FZ Jülich, Germany): Current-current correlations in lattice QCD: Continuum study of quark diffusion (P)

Niklas Fricke (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): True asymptotics of self-avoiding walks on 3D percolation clusters

Viktoria Blavatska (ICMP Lviv, Ukraine): Random walks in power-law correlated disordered environment

Benjamin Schott (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Stefan Schnabel (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Philipp Schierz (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Comparison of microcanonical MD and MC simulations for liquid-gas like phase transitions

Mariana Krasnytska (ICMP Lviv, Ukraine and Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Lee-Yang-Fisher zeros for the Ising model on complex network (P)

Johannes Bock (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Semi-flexible polymers in disordered media (P)

Khrystyna Haydukivska (ICMP Lviv, Ukraine): Ring polymers in disordered environment: Conformational properties (P)

Martin Marenz (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Effects of stiffness in a generic polymer model and where knots come into play (P)

Momchil Ivanov (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): P3HT molecules interacting with Au(001) substrates (P)

Uthumporn Arsawang (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Dragi Karevski (Univ. Lorraine Nancy, France): Boundary driven open quantum XXZ chain

Andrea Kramer (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Arwed Schiller (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Henrik Christiansen (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Kieran Austin (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Sebastian Tillack (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Alexander Holm (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Arnulf Möbius (IFW Dresden):

Jakob Tómas Bullerjahn (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Sebastian Sturm (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Richard Pfaller (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Anja Kuhnhold (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Stanislav Kazmin (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Benjamin Streitz (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Sven Auschra (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Marius Bause (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): -