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Characterization of local properties of polymer system in bond-fluctuation model

Seminář
Středa, 22.05.2019 10:00

Přednášející: Wojciech Radosz (Politechnika Wrocławska)
Místo: Zasedačka v budově B (vedle vrátnice), FzÚ AVČR, Cukrovarnická 10, Praha 6
Jazyk: anglicky
Pořadatelé: Oddělení spintroniky a nanoelektroniky

Monte Carlo Bond Fluctuation Model (BFM) is one of the most successful statistical physics models of polymer systems [1]. It reproduces a large variety of static and dynamic effects [2]. Complex dynamics phenomena in polymer systems are usually ascribed to an inhomogeneous spatiotemporal dynamics driven by various kinds of dynamical arrests. Those jamming effects result, hypothetically, from complex static and dynamic distributions of local (’microscopic’) free volume [3]. The quantification of this physical picture is of key importance for statistical physics theory of polymerbased physical phenomena in BFM. This might open new possibilities of stochastic modelling of a large variety of physical phenomena in host-guest systems.