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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Martin O. Steinhauser
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Martin O. Steinhauser
Full Professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Science, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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Computational multiscale modeling of fluids and solids
MO Steinhauser
Springer, 2017
1942017
A review of computational methods in materials science: examples from shock-wave and polymer physics
MO Steinhauser, S Hiermaier
International journal of molecular sciences 10 (12), 5135-5216, 2009
1232009
A molecular dynamics study on universal properties of polymer chains in different solvent qualities. Part I. A review of linear chain properties
MO Steinhauser
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (9), 094901, 2005
1002005
Corrections to scaling in the hydrodynamic properties of dilute polymer solutions
B Dünweg, D Reith, M Steinhauser, K Kremer
The Journal of chemical physics 117 (2), 914-924, 2002
892002
Complex formation in systems of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes: a molecular dynamics simulation study
RG Winkler, MO Steinhauser, P Reineker
Physical Review E 66 (2), 021802, 2002
872002
Shock-wave induced damage in lipid bilayers: a dissipative particle dynamics simulation study
GC Ganzenmüller, S Hiermaier, MO Steinhauser
Soft Matter 7 (9), 4307-4317, 2011
492011
Impact failure of granular materials–non-equilibrium multiscale simulations and high-speed experiments
MO Steinhauser, K Grass, E Strassburger, A Blumen
International Journal of Plasticity 25 (1), 161-182, 2009
472009
Destruction of cancer cells by laser-induced shock waves: recent developments in experimental treatments and multiscale computer simulations
MO Steinhauser, M Schmidt
Soft Matter 10 (27), 4778-4788, 2014
402014
Simulating dynamic crossover behavior of semiflexible linear polymers in solution and in the melt
MO Steinhauser, J Schneider, A Blumen
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (16), 164902, 2009
392009
Computer simulation in physics and engineering
MO Steinhauser
Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering, 2012
322012
The implementation of smooth particle hydrodynamics in LAMMPS
GC Ganzenmüller, MO Steinhauser, P Van Liedekerke, KU Leuven
Paul Van Liedekerke Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 1, 1-26, 2011
302011
Non-destructive characterization of fiber orientation in reinforced SMC as input for simulation based design
K Schladitz, A Büter, M Godehardt, O Wirjadi, J Fleckenstein, T Gerster, ...
Composite Structures 160, 195-203, 2017
282017
Modeling and simulation of microstructures using power diagrams: Proof of the concept
M Kühn, MO Steinhauser
Applied Physics Letters 93 (3), 034102, 2008
252008
Static and dynamic scaling of semiflexible polymer chains—a molecular dynamics simulation study of single chains and melts
MO Steinhauser
Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials 12 (4), 291-312, 2008
232008
On the dynamics of molecular self-assembly and the structural analysis of bilayer membranes using coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations
T Schindler, D Kröner, MO Steinhauser
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1858 (9), 1955-1963, 2016
202016
Impact dynamics and failure of brittle solid states by means of nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations
MO Steinhauser, K Grass, K Thoma, A Blumen
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 73 (1), 62, 2005
172005
Characterization of a setup to test the impact of high-amplitude pressure waves on living cells
M Schmidt, U Kahlert, J Wessolleck, D Maciaczyk, B Merkt, J Maciaczyk, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-9, 2014
132014
Introduction to molecular dynamics simulations: Applications in hard and soft condensed matter physics
MO Steinhauser
Molecular dynamics-Studies of synthetic and biological macromolecules, 3-28, 2012
132012
Computational methods in polymer physics
MO Steinhauser
Recent Res. Devel. Physics 7 (59-97), 26, 2006
122006
Multiscale modeling of fluids and solids-theory and applications
MO Steinhauser
ASIN 3540751165, 2008
112008
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