Volume 169, Numbers 1-3, July 2005 Proceedings of the Europhysics Conference on Computational Physics 2004
1. Nanostructure and materials science
2. Biostructures and soft matter (polymers, membranes, proteins, etc)
, Jun Ni
: Ground states of potassium adsorbate on single-walled carbon nanotubes.
: Evolution of dislocation cell structures in plastically deformed metals.
: Reactive potentials for molecular dynamics with cluster multi-range interpolation.
3. Computational statistical physics, turbulence plasmas and reactive flows
: From local jumps to entangled chain dynamics in polyethylene melts.
, Kurt Binder
: Adsorption-induced polymer translocation through a nanopore: a Monte Carlo investigation.
, Yuichi Tamura
: Phase diagram for self-assembly of amphiphilic molecule C12E6 by dissipative particle dynamics simulation.
4. New methods in computer simulation
: Recent numerical results on spin glasses.
, Sergey V. Buldyrev
, Cristiano De Michele
, Giuseppe Foffi
, Neda Ghofraniha
, Emilia La Nave
, Angel Moreno
, Stefano Mossa
, Ivan Saika-Voivod
, Piero Tartaglia
, Emanuela Zaccarelli
: Routes to colloidal gel formation.
: Analysis of DNA-chip and antigen-chip data: studies of cancer, stem cells and autoimmune diseases.
, P. Henseler
, A. Ricci
, W. Strepp
, S. Sengupta
, M. Dreher
, Chr. Kircher
, M. Lohrer
, W. Quester
, K. Binder
, P. Nielaba
: Two-dimensional model colloids and nano wires: phase transitions, effects of external potentials and quantum effects.
: Different strategies of the central approach to the numerical hydrodynamics.
, H. T. Diep
: Hybrid multicanonical cluster algorithm for efficient simulations of long-range spin models.
Vladimir V. Stegailov
: Homogeneous and heterogeneous mechanisms of superheated solid melting and decay.
5. Computational aspects of lattice gauge theory, elementary particle physics and astrophysics
: Computer simulations of protein folding: Classical trajectories by optimization of action.
, Shao-Ming Yu
: A numerical iterative method for solving Schrödinger and Poisson equations in nanoscale single, double and surrounding gate metal-oxide-semiconductor structures.
6. Quantum simulation (many-body, dynamics, lattice models, etc)
: Lattice gauge theory and elementary particle physics.
: Simulating astrophysical phenomena: challenges and achievements.
: Going chiral: twisted mass versus overlap fermions.
7. Fronties in large scale computing
Michael P. Allen
: Computer simulation of multiscale phenomena in colloidal liquid crystals.
: Multiscale solvers and systematic upscaling in computational physics.