";s:4:"text";s:5720:" “Replica Exchange Wang-Landau Simulation of Lattice Protein Folding Funnels”, G. Shi, T. Wüst, and D. P. Landau, Phys. E 84, 041603 (8 pages) (2011). J. Phys. Ser. “From flexible to stiff: Systematic analysis of structural phases for semiflexible polymers”, D. T. Seaton, S. Schnabel, D. P. Landau, and M. Bachmann, Phys. : Conf. These tools are used in UGA’s Center for Simulational Physics on projects ranging from the quantum level to the galactic level. Farris, Guangjie Shi, Thomas Wuest, and David P. Landau, J. “Phase Transitions in Thin Films with Competing Surface Fields and Gradients”, Lijun Pang, D. P. Landau, and K. Binder, Phys. Ser. Ser. “Oxygen Pairing on the Highly Non-Stoichiometric (110) Surface of TiO2”, S. J. Thompson, D. P. Landau and S. P. Lewis, Physics Procedia (online) 7, 103-106 (2010). 38, 1-5 (2008). Rev. “Monte Carlo Simulations of the HP Model (the “Ising Model” of Protein Folding)”, Y.-W. Li, T. Wüst, and D. P. Landau, Comput. Cambridge Core - Mathematical Methods - A Guide to Monte Carlo Simulations in Statistical Physics - by David P. Landau.
Scientist Award, 1988, Jesse W. Beams Award for Outstanding Research, American Physical Society S.E. 182, 1896-1899 (2011). There's a problem loading this menu right now. He became so fascinated with the project that by the time his equipment did come in, he was no longer interested in the original task.
After working all semester on research projects, graduate students in the University of Georgia computer science department showed off their w…. Inspired by the annual international Workshop hosted by the Center for Simulational Physics (CSP), the Brazilian Meeting on Simulational Physics (BMSP) brings together researchers from throughout the world in an effort to promote simulational physics... Landau was elected at the General Assembly Meeting of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. B. Santos-Filho, J. David Landau is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a past Chair of the Division of Computational Physics of the APS. 510, 012012 (11 pages) (2014). Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. “Spin waves in the classical Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the kagome lattice”, S. Schnabel and D. P. Landau, J. "Spin-wave multiple excitations in nanoscale classical Heisenberg antiferromagnets," Z. Hou, D. P. Landau, G. M. Stocks, and G. Brown, Phys.
E 84, 041603 (8 pages) (2011). Rev. A. Plascak and D. P. Landau, Physica A 389, 2934-2938 (2010). “A new paradigm for petascale Monte Carlo simulation: Replica exchange Wang–Landau sampling,” Y. W. Li, T. Vogel, T. Wüst, and D. P. Landau, J. B, Z. Hou, D. P. Landau, G. M. Stocks, and G. Brown, Phys. Landau was elected at the General Assembly Meeting of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. “Fictitious excitations in the classical Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the kagome lattice”, S. Schnabel and D. P. Landau, Phys. "Unusual domain growth behavior in the compressible Ising model", S.J. “Biologically inspired surface physics: The HP protein model”, Y.-W. Li, T. Wüst, and D. P. Landau, in Nanophenomena at Surfaces, ed. Courtesy UGA Department of Physics and Astronomy, Scientist of the week: David Landau has wanted to be a physicist since 8 years old, A look ahead: UGA and Athens events you shouldn't miss, 'Am I responsible for climate change?' Phys. M. Bachmann, and D. P. Landau, Int. B 91, 064417 (8 pages) (2015). B 95, 014431 (12 pages) (2017). The center was the first to use simulational physics and has an international reputation. Ebooks library.
"Unusual domain growth behavior in the compressible Ising model", S.J. "Two-dimensional Wang-Landau sampling of an asymmetric Ising model", S. H. Tsai, F. G. Wang, and D. P. Landau, Int. 454, 012071 (9 pages) (2013). Commun. E 78, 055701 (R) (4 pages) (2008). B 93, 060402R (5 pages) (2016). "Phase transitions and interface fluctuations in double wedges and bi-pyramids with competing surface fields", M. Müller, A. Milchev, K. Binder, and D.P. Ser.