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MSMI1: Interacting time scales in soft matter physics and hydrodynamics

Mar 03, 2021 | 12:00 PM - 04:30 PM

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
hydrodynamic systems.

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

12:30 Open Discussion
13:00 Lunch Break

Sabine Klapp (TU Berlin)

Thermodynamics of Brownian systems with time delay


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

  Open Discussion