Adsorption of a Flexible Homopolymer on a Hexagonal Surface
Video: Following a replica trajectory of a generic homopolymer through temperature space during a short period of a parallel-tempering replica-exchange Monte Carlo simulation.
 Benjamin Liewehr, and Michael Bachmann, Homopolymer Adsorption on Hexagonal Surfaces: A Replica-Exchange Monte-Carlo Study , JPCS 686, 012002 (2016)
 Busara Pattanasiri, Benjamin Liewehr, and Michael Bachmann, Surface pattern effects upon polymer adsorption, Phys. Proc. 68, 105-109 (2015)
Invited Oral Presentations
 Homopolymer Adsorption on a Hexagonal Surface: A Coarse-Grained Replica-Exchange Monte-Carlo Study, VIII Brazilian Meeting on Simulational Physics, Mar de Canavieiras Hotel, Florianopolis (Aug 2015)
 Thermodynamic and Structural Behavior of Polymers: How Computer Simulations Reveal New Insights, Colloquium: Mestrado em Fisica, Instituto de Fisica, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, Cuiaba, Brazil (Jun 2015)
 Surface Pattern Effects upon Polymer Adsorption, Center for Simulational Physics 28th Annual Workshop, University of Georgia (UGA), Athens, GA, USA (Feb 2016)
 Surface pattern effects upon polymer adsorption, Center for Simulational Physics 28th Annual Workshop, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA (Feb 2015)
 Pattern Induced Short Range Ordering and Structural Stability of Surface Adsorbed Homopolymers, Soft Matter Research Group at UGA (Mar 2016)
 Influence of Conflicting Ordering Effects on the Pattern Recognition by a Generic Homopolymer, Workshop on Comp. Stat. Phys. of Condensed Matter Systems at UGA (Nov 2015)
 Polymer Adsorption on a Honeycomb-Patterned Surface: Characterization of Structural Phases by Means of Suitable Order Parameters, CSP Lunch Seminar at UGA (Oct 2015)
 Programming Techniques for Monte Carlo Simulations and Application to Homopolymer Adsorption on a Hexagonal Surface, Soft Matter Research Group at UGA (Apr 2015)
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