University of Massachusetts Amherst / University of Heidelberg Workshop
Organized by Dieter W. Heermann, Jon Machta and Murugappan Muthukumar
Program
All sessions in Lecture Room 432, Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
Center for Interdisciplinary Computing
The workshop is open to undergraduate and graduate students
Thursday, January 22
14:0014:30  B. Svistunov
(Physics Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Diagrammatic Monte Carlo 

14:3015:00  T. Gasenzer Functional approaches to nonequilibrium dynamics 

15:0015:30  L. Mühlbacher
(Department of Physics, University of Freiburg) RealTime Path Integral Approach to Nonequilibrium ManyBody Quantum 

15:3016:00  Coffee break  
16:0016:30  C. Bodet
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg) Dynamics of a low dimension BoseGas  
16:3017:00  D. Spielmann
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg) Aspects of infrared QCD from stochastic quantization on the lattice 

17:0017:30  F. Parisen Toldin
(MaxPlanck Institut für Metallforschung, Stuttgart) Critical Casimir forces in the presence of a chemically structured substrate 
Friday, January 23
9:009:45  S. Schumann
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg) A Monte Carlo Generator for the LHC  
9:4510:30  D. Sexty
(TU Darmstadt) Complex Actions and Stochastic Quantisation 

10:3011:00  Coffee break  
11:0011:45  C. Wozar
(TheoretischPhysikalisches Institut, FSU Jena) Inverse MonteCarlo and Demon Methods for Effective Models of SU(N)YM 

11:4514:00  Lunch  
14:0014:45  J. Neddermeyer
(Mathematics Department, University of Heidelberg) Sequential Monte Carlo Methods with Applications 

14.4515.30  J. Machta
(Physics Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Efficient Monte Carlo methods for spin systems 

15:3016:00  Coffee break  
16:0016:45  H. Szymanowski / E. Heath
(German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg) Monte Carlo simulations for radiation therapy  
18:30  Workshop dinner at the Kulturbrauerei 
Saturday, January 24
9:009:45  M. Muthukumar
(Department of Polymer Science and Engineering,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst) How DNA worms through protein channels  
9:4510:30  M. Fritsche
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg) Modelling and Monte Carlo Simulation of the Synaptonemal Complex with Polymer Physics 

10:3011:00  Coffee break  
11:0011:45  J. Langowski
(German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg) Exploring Chromatin folding and internuclear transport with polymer chain models and single molecule spectroscopy 

11:4512:30  D.W. Heermann
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg) Monte Carlo Simulations of Chromatin 
List of speakers
 B. Svistunov (Physics Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Diagrammatic Monte Carlo  T. Gasenzer (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
Functional approaches to nonequilibrium dynamics  C. Bodet (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
Dynamics of a low dimension BoseGas  D. Spielmann (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
Aspects of infrared QCD from stochastic quantization on the lattice  S. Schumann (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
A Monte Carlo Generator for the LHC  D. Sexty (TU Darmstadt)
Complex Actions and Stochastic Quantisation  Christian Wozar (TheoretischPhysikalisches Institut, FSU Jena)
Inverse MonteCarlo and Demon Methods for Effective Models of SU(N)YM  J. Neddermeyer (Mathematics Department, University of Heidelberg)
Sequential Monte Carlo Methods with Applications  M. Muthukumar (Department of Polymer Science and Engineering,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
How DNA worms through protein channels  H. Szymanowski (German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg)
Monte Carlo simulations for radiation therapy  E. Heath (German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg)
PhotonBeams (EGSnrc, VMC++)  J. Machta (Physics Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Efficient Monte Carlo methods for spin systems  M. Fritsche (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
Modelling and Monte Carlo Simulation of the Synaptonemal Complex with Polymer Physics  J. Langowski (German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg)
Exploring Chromatin folding and internuclear transport with polymer chain models and single molecule spectroscopy  D.W. Heermann (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg)
Monte Carlo Simulations of Chromatin
Contact:
Dieter W. Heermann
Institute for Theoretical Physics
University of Heidelberg
Philosophenweg 19
D69120 Heidelberg
Germany
Phone: +49(0)6221549448 (sec: 431)
Web: wwwcp.tphys.uniheidelberg.de
Sponsored in part by the Research Training Group: Simulational Methods in Physics