728 Computational Studies of Self-Assembly

Thursday, November 17, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Yosemite B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
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

Sumit Sharma
Email: sharmas@ohio.edu

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

3:15 PM
(728a) Nonlinear Learning of Colloidal Assembly Mechanisms from Simulation and Experiment
Andrew W. Long, Jie Zhang, Steve Granick and Andrew L. Ferguson

3:33 PM
(728b) Open Crystals from Triblock Janus Colloids
Wesley F. Reinhart and Athanassios Z. Panagiotopoulos

3:51 PM
(728c) Topology Free Folding Mechanism for Polyhedral Nets
Paul Dodd, Pablo F. Damasceno and Sharon C. Glotzer

4:45 PM
(728f) DNA-Conjugated Nanoparticle Assemblies Demonstrate a Tunable Mechanical Response
Joshua Lequieu, Andres Cordoba, Daniel M. Hinckley and Juan J. de Pablo

5:03 PM
(728g) Characterizing Multi-Flavored Assembly of Two Dimensional Binary Colloidal Crystals 
Nathan A. Mahynski, Vincent K. Shen, Hasan Zerze and Jeetain Mittal
See more of this Group/Topical: Engineering Sciences and Fundamentals