Carolin Gietz

Bridge-Talks (In search of model structures for non-equilibrium systems): Fundmentals and applications of classical dynamical

Monday, 24.04.2023 14:00 im Raum M5

Mathematik und Informatik

Hartmut Löwen: Classical dynamical density functional theory (DDFT) has been proven to be a vital and flexible modeling tool for non-equilibrium phenomena. In this talk, I shall first propose dynamical density functional theory and comment on its validity. Then various applications of DDFT will be discussed. They include colloidal crystallization on imposed crystallization seeds, colloidal flow driven through constrictions and over barriers and DDFT for active systems. Finally, the relation to more phenomenological phase-field-crystal (PFC) modelling will be discussed, including recent results on active systems. A final example is bacterial growth in colonies governed by mechano-sensing.

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