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Title: MULTIPLE GLASSY STATES AND ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOR OF COLLOIDAL SYSTEMS: SIMULATIONS AND THEORY
Authors: DAS, GAYATRI
Tutor: Sciortino, Francesco
Keywords: Thesis
Issue Date: 3-Feb-2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10805/2301
Research interests: I am interested in learning advanced simulation techniques to exploit different scientific problems in soft condensed matter. In particular, my focus is to apply the advanced simulation techniques in order to understand the physics of colloids, the self assembly and liquid-crystallization phenomena, soft-active matters. I have advanced knowledge of analytical tools to study statistical problems and also have hands on experience with large-scale molecular dynamics simulations. Moreover, I would like to apply the advanced techniques in order to study the properties of biological systems such as polymers, proteins and nucleic acids as well as the interactions between a number of biological systems.
Skills short description: I have written code for Monte Carlo Simulations and Molecular Dynamics Simulations in C language
Personal skills keywords: Unix/Linux, Windows, Mac
C, matlab, Mathematica, xmgr, xmgrace, gnuplot
Shell script, awk
LATEX, Microsoft Word and OpenOffice Writer
Microsoft Power Point and OpenOffice Presentation
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