Chairs: Luigi Delle Site, Felix Höfling, Robert Patterson
The mini-symposium will highlight some recent developments in the understanding of open systems far from equilibrium. To do this applications involving hybrid multiscale simulation (eg, molecular dynamics and fluctuating hydrodynamics) will be discussed along with more abstract fluctuation theorems and the special challenges of systems with varying numbers of degrees of freedom.
Find abstracts for all talks here or linked individually below.
Sergey Karabasov (Queen Mary University, London)
Combining Molecular Dynamics and Computational Fluid Dynamics: when are the Hybrid Continuum-Atomistic Multiscale Models useful?
Matej Praprotnik (National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana)
Stefanie Winkelmann (Freie Universität Berlin)
A probabilistic framework for particle-based reaction-diffusion systems
Klaus Kroy (Universität Leipzig)
Quantifying Thermal and Athermal Properties of Microswimmer Suspensions
Matthias Schmidt (Universität Bayreuth)
Felix Höfling (Freie Universität Berlin)
Theory and simulation of liquid samples with open boundaries