Biomolecular Dynamics @ Uni Freiburg

 

Wintersemester 2018-2019

Classical Complex Systems

Prof. G. Stock, Dr. S. Wolf

Lecture in Advanced Theoretical Physics (9 CP)

4 SWS: Monday, 10-12, Tuesday 12 - 14, SR GMH

1. Lecture: Monday, 15.10.2018

Exercises (Computer Lab): Dr. S. Wolf

 

Organization

Materials 

Registration for computer exercises

Synopsis: Recent advances in theoretical and computational sciences have made it possible to achieve a "first principles" description of complex phenomena, such as the dynamical properties of materials and the functional motion of biomolecules. To this end, the lecture aims to provide an introduction into basic computational strategies (such as molecular dynamics and Monte-Carlo simulations) as well as powerful statistical theories (such as Langevin and Master Equations). The lessons are accompanied by computer exercises, which provide an hands-on experience of the topics.

 

Preliminary Program

I. Introduction

II. Simulation Approach

III. Theory of Open Systems

IV. Nonlinear Dynamics

Literature:

Term paper winter semester 18/19: When Physics meets Biology

 


Sommersemester 2018: Theo I (Mechanik und Spezielle Relativitätstheorie)

Wintersemester 2017/18: Classical Complex Systems & Term Paper: Stochastic Dynamics

Sommersemster 2017: Theo III (Quantenmechanik)

Wintersemester 2016/17: Theo V (Statistische Physik) & Term paper winter semester 16/17: When Physics meets Biology

Wintersemester 2015/16: Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Sommersemester 2015: Theoretische Physik IV (Quantenmechanik)

Wintersemester 2014/15: Theory and Simulation of Molecular Dynamics

Wintersemester 2013/14: Theo V (Statistische Physik)

Sommersemester 2013: Molecular Dynamics Spectroscopy + Seminar & Termpaper: Simulations and Complex Systems

Wintersemester 2012/13: Theo I (Einführung in die mathematischen Methoden der Theoretischen Physik und Newtonsche Mechanik)

Sommersemester 2012: Computational Physics: Theory and Simulation of Molecular Dynamics

Wintersemester 2011/12: Theo V (Statistische Physik)

Sommersemester 2011: Protein Biophysics

Wintersemester 2010/11: Theorie und Simulation molekularer Dynamik

Sommersemester 2010: Theoretische Physik IV (Quantenmechanik I)

Wintersemester 2009/10: Molecular Dynamics and Spectroscopy