Unless noted otherwise, seminars take place on Tuesdays at 1:15 p.m.
in Room 1116, IPST Building 085.
This seminar is organized by Professors Pratyush Tiwary and Christopher Jarzynski. Please send suggestions for speakers to Teri Schuler, tschuler at umd.edu.
For further information, contact:
Professor Pratyush Tiwary, ptiwary at umd.edu (626) 628-7952
Professor Christopher Jarzynski, cjarzyns at umd.edu (301) 405-4439
Professor Amish Patel, University of Pennsylvania
Emergent Behavior of Soft Nanostructured Interfaces
Professor Jutta Luettmer-Strathmann, University of Akron
Configurational contribution to the Soret effect of a protein ligand system - An investigation with density-of-states simulations
Professor William Noid, Penn State
Progress in coarse-graining thermodynamics and inhomogeneous systems with effective potentials
Professor Tianshu Li, George Washington University
Complex roles of surface in heterogeneous ice nucleation: chemistry, topography and confinement
Dr. Grant Rotskoff, Courant Institute, New York University
Neural networks as interacting particle systems: understanding global convergence of parameter optimization dynamics
Professor Jan Sengers, University of Maryland
Nonequilibrium Casimir Forces in Liquid Layers
Professor Pablo Debenedetti, Princeton University
Computational Investigation of the Phase Behavior of Supercooled Water
Professor Uwe Täuber, Virginia Tech
Temperature Interfaces in the Katz-Lebowitz-Spohn Driven Lattice Gas
Professor Mark Robbins, Johns Hopkins University