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Department of Computational Physics of Complex Systems

  1. Application and development of computer simulation techniques (Monte Carlo, Molecular Dynamics, Brownian Dynamics, and hybrid methods) to study structural, thermodynamic and dynamic properties of many body systems:
    1. statistical geometry studies of systems with hard core interactions,
    2. modelling of brownian particle systems and colloidal suspensions,
    3. modelling of granular systems.
  2. Investigations of aperiodic structures:
    1. conformal crystals: theoretical analysis and numerical simulations of the classical n-body system submerged within a strong gravitational field,
    2. degenerate crystals: theoretical studies and computer simulations of systems of positive ground state entropy per particle,
    3. quasicrystals.
  3. Studies of complexity of model systems.
  4. Physics of auxetics: theoretical and computer simulation studies of mechanisms leading to negative Poisson's ratios and modelling of auxetics.
  5. Fractional calculus: applications of fractional derivatives in physics.
  6. Generators of pseudorandom numbers.

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