605 Computational Studies of Self-Assembly I

Thursday, November 7, 2013: 8:30 AM
Union Square 16 (Hilton)
This session seeks papers that explore the thermodynamics, structural and dynamical properties of self-assembled systems. Subjects of interest include, but are not limited to: colloidal forces driving assembly, hierarchical organization, structural transitions, phase behavior, and multi-scale models spanning molecular to mesoscopic length and time scales for assembly. The emphasis is on simulation and computational papers, but theoretical models and complementary experimental papers are also welcome.

Thermodynamics and Transport Properties
Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum (21)

Hank Ashbaugh
Email: hanka@tulane.edu

Manolis Doxastakis
Email: edoxastakis@uh.edu

8:30 AM

9:21 AM
(605d) Quantitative Modeling of DNA Grafted Nanoparticle Self-Assembly
Thi Vo, Babji Srinivasan, Sanat Kumar, Oleg Gang and Venkat Venkatasubramanian

9:38 AM
(605e) Fundamental Thermodynamic and Kinetic Models for Self-Assembly of Small Clusters of Colloidal Particles
Raghuram Thyagarajan, Ray M. Sehgal, Dimitrios Maroudas, Michael A. Bevan and David Ford

9:55 AM
(605f) Patterned Substrates to Direct Self-Assembly of Particle Monolayers
Mark E. Ferraro, Thomas M. Truskett and Roger T. Bonnecaze

10:12 AM

10:29 AM
(605h) Nucleation, Growth, and Transformations in DNA-Linked Binary Colloidal Superlattices
Ian Jenkins, Talid Sinno, James T. McGinley III and John C. Crocker

10:46 AM
(605i) Role of Symmetry in the Self Assembly of Space-Filling Honeycombs
Benjamin Schultz, Pablo F. Damasceno, Michael Engel and Sharon C. Glotzer
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