Multiscale Simulation Methods in Molecular Sciences
by J. Grotendorst, N. Attig, S. Bluegel, D. Marx
Publisher: Julich Supercomputing Centre 2009
Number of pages: 592
Three topic areas will be covered focusing on how to deal with hard matter, soft matter, and bio matter where it is necessary to cope with disparate length and time scales. Aspects like coarse graining of molecular systems and solids, quantum/classical hybrid methods, embedding and multiple time step techniques, creating reactive potentials, multiscale magnetism, adaptive resolution ideas or hydrodynamic interactions will be discussed in detail.
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