About us

The Computational Physics Group develops and uses modern computer simulation techniques combined with analytical theory to study a broad range of condensed matter systems with an emphasis on the statistical mechanics of equilibrium and non-equilibrium processes. Research topics of current interest include soft matter, nanoparticles, phase transitions, chaotic dynamics, as well as hydrodynamics.

News/Highlights

01.06.2016
 

During the 2nd Erwin Schrödinger Symposium 2016, organised by the Erwin Schrödinger Society for Nanosciences, Dr. Lorenzo Rovigatti, Lise Meitner...

31.05.2016
 

A research team including Christos Likos and Lorenzo Rovigatti, in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, USA)...

24.05.2016
 

On the cover page of the May 28, 2016 issue of the Journal of Chemical Physics an article by Dominic Lenz, Bianca Mladek, Christos Likos and Ronald...

12.05.2016
 

Two papers of the group were selected for the 2015 JCP Editor's choice:

P. Wirnsberger, D. Frenkel, C. Dellago, JCP 143, 124104 (2015)

M. Sega, B....

18.02.2016
 

Earlier this week, about 170 scientists from all over the world gathered in Vienna, Austria, for MECO41, the 41st Conference of the Middle European...

25.01.2016
 

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Christos N. Likos has been awarded the newly-established "Sofronios-Elias Papadopoulos" prize of the Department of Physics,...