723 Applications of Molecular Modeling to Study Interfacial Phenomena III

Thursday, November 12, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
255A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
We invite contributions that focus on the use of computational tools (e.g., molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo, density functional theory) to study interfacial phenomena, including wetting, adsorption, and surfactants.

Sponsor:
Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum
Chair:
Jeffrey Errington Email: jerring@buffalo.edu
Co-Chair:
Jindal Shah Email: Jindal.K.Shah.7@nd.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.



3:15 PM
(723a) An Integrated Theoretical and Experimental Approach to the Design of Liquid Crystal-Based Chemical Sensors
Luke T. Roling, Marco Bedolla, Sangwook Choi, Shixuan Fan, Robert Twieg, Nicholas L. Abbott and Manos Mavrikakis




4:03 PM
(723d) Partitioning of Organics into Surfactant Bilayers
Rebecca K. Lindsey, Sumanth N. Jamadagni, David Eike, Peter Koenig and J. Ilja Siepmann



4:35 PM
(723f) Nanoparticle Interactions with Lipid Bilayer Studied with Ghost Tweezers Method
Aleksey Vishnyakov, Sean Burgess and Alexander V. Neimark