MSMI1: Interacting time scales in soft matter physics and hydrodynamics
Chairs: Roland Netz, Cihan Ayaz
Biological soft matter, or, more generally, many-body systems, are often
subject to long-range interactions and pronounced thermal fluctuations.
The structural flexibility and connectivity produce a wide range of time
scales that determine the collective behavior.
This minisymposium brings together researchers who contributed to the
understanding of non-Markov processes and demonstrated how to utilize
descriptions that include memory when modeling soft matter, many-body and
Find abstracts for all talks here or linked individually below.
Nico van der Vegt (TU Darmstadt)
Introducing memory in coarse-grained molecular simulations
Hugues Meyer (Universität des Saarlandes)
Memory effects at phase transitions and during relaxation processes
Cihan Ayaz (FU Berlin)
Memory Effects in Folding Dynamics
Sabine Klapp (TU Berlin)
Oliver Kühn (U Rostock)
Excitation Energy Transfer in Light-Harvesting Systems. Quantum Coherence and Memory Effects
Florian Brünig (FU Berlin)
Frequency-dependent friction significantly influences vibrational infrared frequencies andline shapes of liquid water