CompPhys16 Timetable (as of 22 Nov)

Thu, 24 November 2016  -   Linnéstr. 5, Theory Lecture Hall ("Hörsaal für Theoretische Physik")
09:00-09:25  - Registration and Welcome Coffee ("Aula") -  
09:25-09:30  - Opening - 
Session 1: Statistical Physics (Chair: Reinhold Haberlandt)
09:30-09:50 Sebastian Kapfer Melting in 2D and a fresh perspective on Monte Carlo
09:50-10:10 Marco Müller Exact solutions to plaquette Ising models with free and periodic boundaries
10:10-10:30 Nikolay Izmailyan Critical Ising model with a defect line: Exact solution
10:30-10:50 Hans Werner Diehl Fluctuation-induced forces in confined He and Bose gases
10:50-11:30 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 2: Polymer Physics (Chair: Steffen Trimper)
11:30-11:50 Hsiao-Ping Hsu Detailed analysis of Rouse mode and dynamic scattering function of highly entangled polymer melts in equilibrium
11:50-12:10 Johannes Zierenberg Canonical free-energy barrier of particle and polymer cluster formation
12:10-12:30 Suman Majumder Scaling laws in polymer collapse: Lattice vs off-lattice
12:30-12:50 Timur Shakirov Folding in small polyethylene systems: Single chains and few chains
12:50-15:00 - Lunch Break -  
Session 3: Posters (Chair: Ulrich Behn)
15:00-15:30 Short oral presentations of posters listed below
15:30-17:00 - Poster Session & Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 4: Joint NTZ-SFB/TRR 102 Colloquium (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
17:00-18:00 Martin Weigel Population annealing: Massively parallel simulations in statistical physics
19:00-20:15 - Glühwein at Christmas Market -  
20:30 - Dinner at "Thüringer Hof", "Luther-Saal" (Burgstr. 19) -  
Fri, 25 November 2016  -   Linnéstr. 5, Theory Lecture Hall ("Hörsaal für Theoretische Physik")
09:00-09:30  - Wake-Up Coffee ("Aula") -  
Session 5: Disordered Systems (Chair: Elmar Bittner)
09:30-09:50 Nikolaos Fytas Phase transitions in disordered systems: The example of the random-field Ising model in four dimensions
09:50-10:10 Hamid Khoshbakht On the uniform sampling of ground states in the 2D ±J Ising spin-glass model
10:10-10:30 Stefan Schnabel Local energy minima of the 3d Edwards-Anderson model
10:30-10:50 Ferenc Igloi Random quantum systems with long-range interactions
10:50-11:30 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 6: Quantum Systems (Chair: Hans Werner Diehl)
11:30-11:30 Francesco Parisen Toldin Critical behavior in the presence of an order-parameter pinning field
11:50-12:10 Wolfgang Paul Quantum Hamilton equations: Derivation and application
12:10-12:30 Stanislav Kazmin The axial nucleon charge gA and its renormalization constant ZA using the point-split axial vector current operator on the lattice
12:30-12:50 Benjamin Jäger Towards the QCD phase diagram using complex Langevin
12:50-12:55 - Group Photo in front of "Aula" -  
12:55-14:30 - Lunch Break -  
Session 7: Computational Statistical Physics (Chair: Arnulf Möbius)
14:30-14:50 George Savvidy Spectrum and entropy of Anosov-Kolmogorov systems and MIXMAX generator
14:50-15:10 Philipp Schierz The microcanonical barrier and the ensemble tailoring framework
15:10-15:30 Jonathan Groß Massively parallel multicanonical simulations on GPUs
15:30-16:15 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 8: Joint NTZ-DFH/UFA Colloquium (Chair: Walter Selke)
16:15-17:15 Nobuyasu Ito Social simulation with exascale computer
17:15-17:20  - Closing - 
17:20-18:30  - Poster Session & Fare-Well Beer/Wine -  
20:00  - Dinner at Brauhaus an der Thomaskirche (Thomaskirchhof 3-5) -  
Sat, 26 November 2016  -   ITP, Brüderstr. 16, Room 210
Session 10: New Developments in Computational Physics (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
10:00-12:30  - Discussions of Collaborative Projects -  
12:30-14:30 - Lunch 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 3
Arne Böker SAMC simulation of alanine and glutamine oligomers
Henrik Christiansen Coarsening and aging of lattice polymers
Pascal Fieth  Improving causal Gaussian Bayesian network inference using parallel tempering
Niklas Fricke  Asymptotic scaling behavior of self-avoiding walks on critical percolation clusters
Ravinder Kumar Approximate ground states of the random-field Potts model from a graph-cut method and parallel tempering
Hendrik Schawe Convex hulls of self-avoiding random walks: A large-deviation study

Wolfhard Janke - Tue Nov 22 20:44:01 CET 2016 (WJ)