717 Computational Studies of Self-Assembly

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 3:15 PM
Crystal Ballroom A/F (Hilton Atlanta)
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

Robert A Riggleman
Email: rrig@seas.upenn.edu

Sapna Sarupria
Email: ssarupr@g.clemson.edu

3:15 PM

3:32 PM
(717b) Rotational Ordering in Self-Assembly
Wenbo Shen, Greg van Anders, Matthew Spellings, Michael Engel and Sharon C. Glotzer

3:49 PM

4:23 PM
(717e) Low-Dimensional Dynamic Models of Colloidal Cluster Assembly Using Tunable Electric Fields
Raghuram Thyagarajan, Dimitrios Maroudas, Michael A. Bevan and David Ford

4:40 PM
(717f) DPD Simulations of Self-Assembly with Novel Coarse-Graining Protocol
Ming-Tsung Lee, Runfang Mao, Aleksey Vishnyakov and Alexander V. Neimark

4:57 PM
(717g) Self-Assembly and Phase Behavior in Alkane/Water/Surfactant Mixtures with Two or Three Liquid Phases
J. Ilja Siepmann, David B. Harwood, Angel D. CortÚs-Morales, Cor J. Peters and Peng Bai
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