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Dr.-Ing. Martin Thomas Horsch

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Martin Thomas Horsch ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am HLRS und Privatdozent an der Universität Stuttgart. Sein Studienabschluss in Informatik (Diplom) erfolgte an der Universität Stuttgart (2006), die Promotion in Maschinenbau an der Universität Paderborn (2010). An der TU Kaiserslautern wurde er 2011 zum Juniorprofessor berufen und 2016 für das Fachgebiet Computational Engineering habilitiert. Ab 2018 war Dr. Horsch für UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) am STFC Daresbury Laboratory als Computational Data Scientist tätig; seit 2020 ist er am HLRS im Rahmen des Projekts NFDI4Cat als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter beschäftigt.

Publikationen

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2021 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Cavalcanti, W.L., Schembera, B.: Data Technology in Materials Modelling. Springer, Cham (2021).
     
  • 2.
    Chiacchiera, S., Horsch, M.T., Francisco Morgado, J., Goldbeck, G. Hrsg.: Domain Ontologies for Research Data Management in Industry Commons of Materials and Manufacturing (DORIC-MM 2021). UKRI STFC, Daresbury (2021).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M.T., Morgado, J.F., Goldbeck, G., Iglezakis, D., Konchakova, N.A., Schembera, B.: Domain-specific metadata standardization in materials modelling. In: Chiacchiera, S., Horsch, M.T., Francisco Morgado, J., und Goldbeck, G. (Hrsg.) Domain Ontologies for Research Data Management in Industry Commons of Materials and Manufacturing (DORIC-MM 2021). S. 12–27. UKRI STFC, Daresbury (2021).
     
  • 4.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., Schembera, B., Klein, P., Konchakova, N.A.: Pragmatic interoperability and translation of industrial engineering problems into modelling and simulation solutions. In: Sychev, A., Makhortov, S., und Thalheim, B. (Hrsg.) Data Analytics and Management in Data Intensive Domains: 22nd International Conference. Springer, Cham (2021).
     
  • 5.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Schembera, B., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T.: Semantic interoperability based on the European Materials and Modelling Ontology and its ontological paradigm: Mereosemiotics. In: Chinesta, F., Abgrall, R., Allix, O., und Kaliske, M. (Hrsg.) Proceedings of 14th WCCM-ECCOMAS 2020. Scipedia, Barcelona (2021).
     

2020 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., vSindelka, K., L’isal, M., Andreon, B., Bayro Kaiser, E., Mogni, G., Goldbeck, G., Kunze, R., Summer, G., Fiseni, A., Br"uning, H., Schiffels, P., Cavalcanti, W.L.: Ontologies for the Virtual Materials Marketplace. KI - K"unstliche Intelligenz. 34, 423–428 (2020).
     
  • 2.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., Kunze, R., Summer, G., Fiseni, A., Andreon, B., Scotto Di Minico, A., Bayro Kaiser, E., Kanagalingam, G., Stephan, S., vSindelka, K., L’isal, M., D’iaz Bra~nas, J., Pagonabarraga, I., Chiricotto, M., Elliott, J.D., Carbone, P., Toti, D., Mogni, G., Goldbeck, G., Br"uning, H., Schiffels, P., Cavalcanti, W.L.: Ontology-based semantic interoperability on the Virtual Materials Marketplace. In: Taylor, K., Gonccalves, R., Lecue, F., und Yan, J. (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the ISWC 2020 Demos and Industry Tracks: From Novel Ideas to Industrial Practice. S. 134–137. CEUR-WS, Aachen (2020).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M.T., Chiacchiera, S., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., Schembera, B., Klein, P., Konchakova, N.A.: Pragmatic interoperability and translation of industrial engineering problems into modelling and simulation solutions. In: Thalheim, B., Makhortov, S., und Sychev, A. (Hrsg.) Data Analytics and Management in Data Intensive Domains: XXII. International Conference DAMDID/RCDL 2020. S. 50–53. Voronezh State University (2020).
     
  • 4.
    Horsch, M.T., Niethammer, C., Boccardo, G., Carbone, P., Chiacchiera, S., Chiricotto, M., Elliott, J.D., Lobaskin, V., Neumann, P., Schiffels, P., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., Vrabec, J., Cavalcanti, W.L.: Semantic interoperability and characterization of data provenance in computational molecular engineering. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data. 65, 1313–1329 (2020).
     

2019 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Diewald, F., Heier, M., Lautenschl"ager, M., Horsch, M., Kuhn, C., Langenbach, K., Hasse, H., M"uller, R.: A Navier-Stokes-Korteweg model for dynamic wetting based on the PeTS equation of state. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 19, e201900091 (2019).
     
  • 2.
    Horsch, M.T., Niethammer, C., Chiacchiera, S., Schiffels, P., Seaton, M.A., Todorov, I.T., Vrabec, J., Neumann, P., Cavalcanti, W.L.: Characterization of data provenance in computational engineering by an ontological representation of simulation workflows. Data Analytics and Management in Data Intensive Domains: Proceedings of the XXI. International Conference (DAMDID/RCDL 2019). S. 493–494. Kazan Federal University (2019).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M.T.: Influence of the dividing surface notion on the formulation of Tolman’s law. ZANCO Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 31, 199–203 (2019).
     
  • 4.
    Heier, M., Diewald, F., Horsch, M.T., Langenbach, K., M"uller, R., Hasse, H.: Molecular dynamics study of adsorption of the Lennard-Jones truncated and shifted fluid on planar walls. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data. 64, 386–394 (2019).
     
  • 5.
    Stephan, S., Horsch, M.T., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Molecular model database of the Boltzmann-Zuse Society for Computational Molecular Engineering. Data Analytics and Management in Data Intensive Domains: Proceedings of the XXI. International Conference (DAMDID/RCDL 2019). S. 467–468. Kazan Federal University (2019).
     
  • 6.
    Stephan, S., Horsch, M.T., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: MolMod - an open access database of force fields for molecular simulations of fluids. Molecular Simulation. 45, 806–814 (2019).
     
  • 7.
    Lautenschlaeger, M.P., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Simultaneous determination of thermal conductivity and shear viscosity using two-gradient non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations. Molecular Physics. 117, 189–199 (2019).
     
  • 8.
    Tchipev, N., Seckler, S., Heinen, M., Vrabec, J., Gratl, F., Horsch, M., Bernreuther, M., Glass, C.W., Niethammer, C., Hammer, N., Krischok, B., Resch, M., Kranzlm"uller, D., Hasse, H., Bungartz, H.-J., Neumann, P.: TweTriS: Twenty trillion-atom simulation. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications. 33, 838–854 (2019).
     

2018 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Garc’ia, E.J., Bhandary, D., Horsch, M.T., Hasse, H.: A molecular dynamics simulation scenario for studying solvent-mediated interactions of polymers and application to thermoresponse of poly(\($N$\)-isopropylacrylamide) in water. Journal of Molecular Liquids. 268, 294–302 (2018).
     
  • 2.
    Lautenschlaeger, M.P., Stephan, S., Horsch, M.T., Kirsch, B., Aurich, J.C., Hasse, H.: Effects of lubrication on friction and heat transfer in machining processes on the nanoscale: A molecular dynamics approach. Procedia CIRP. 67, 296–301 (2018).
     
  • 3.
    Diewald, F., Kuhn, C., Heier, M., Langenbach, K., Horsch, M., Hasse, H., M"uller, R.: Investigating the stability of the phase field solution of equilibrium droplet configurations by eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Computational Materials Science. 141, 185–192 (2018).
     
  • 4.
    Horsch, M.T.: Massively-parallel molecular dynamics simulation of fluids at interfaces. In: Bastian, P., Kranzlm"uller, D., Br"uchle, H., und Brehm, M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering Garching/Munich 2016. S. 100–101. LRZ, Garching (2018).
     
  • 5.
    Stephan, S., Lautenschlaeger, M., Alabd Alhafez, I., Horsch, M.T., Urbassek, H.M., Hasse, H.: Molecular dynamics simulation study of mechanical effects of lubrication on a nanoscale contact process. Tribology Letters. 66, 126 (2018).
     
  • 6.
    Kohns, M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Partial molar volume of NaCl and CsCl in mixtures of water and methanol by experiment and molecular simulation. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 458, 30–39 (2018).
     
  • 7.
    Vrabec, J., Bernreuther, M., Bungartz, H.-J., Chen, W.-L., Cordes, W., Fingerhut, R., Glass, C.W., Gmehling, J., Hamburger, R., Heilig, M., Heinen, M., Horsch, M.T., Hsieh, C.-M., H"ulsmann, M., J"ager, M., Klein, P., Knauer, S., K"oddermann, T., K"oster, A., Langenbach, K., Lin, S.-T., Neumann, P., Rarey, J., Reith, D., Rutkai, G., Schappals, M., Schenk, M., Schedemann, A., Sch"onherr, M., Seckler, S., Stephan, S., St"obener, K., Tchipev, N., Wafai, A., Werth, S., Hasse, H.: SkaSim - Skalierbare HPC-Software f"ur molekulare Simulationen in der chemischen Industrie. Chemie Ingenieur Technik. 90, 295–306 (2018).
     
  • 8.
    Langenbach, K., Heilig, M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Study of homogeneous bubble nucleation in carbon dioxide by a hybrid approach combining molecular dynamics simulation and density gradient theory. Journal of Chemical Physics. 148, 124702 (2018).
     
  • 9.
    Diewald, F., Heier, M., Horsch, M., Kuhn, C., Langenbach, K., Hasse, H., M"uller, R.: Three-dimensional phase field modeling of inhomogeneous gas-liquid systems using the PeTS equation of state. Journal of Chemical Physics. 149, 064701 (2018).
     

2017 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Kohns, M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Activity coefficients from molecular simulations using the OPAS method. Journal of Chemical Physics. 147, 144108 (2017).
     
  • 2.
    Lautenschlaeger, M.P., Stephan, S., Urbassek, H.M., Kirsch, B., Aurich, J.C., Horsch, M.T., Hasse, H.: Effects of lubrication on the friction in nanometric machining processes: A molecular dynamics approach. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 869, 85–93 (2017).
     
  • 3.
    McGraw, J.D., Klos, M., Bridet, A., H"ahl, H., Paulus, M., Castillo, J.M., Horsch, M., Jacobs, K.: Influence of bidisperse self-assembled monolayer structure on the slip boundary condition of thin polymer films. Journal of Chemical Physics. 146, 203326 (2017).
     
  • 4.
    Werth, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular simulation of the surface tension of 33 multi-site models for real fluids. Journal of Molecular Liquids. 235, 126–134 (2017).
     
  • 5.
    Kohns, M., Werth, S., Horsch, M., von Harbou, E., Hasse, H.: Molecular simulation study of the CO\($_2$\)-N\($_2$\)O analogy. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 442, 42–52 (2017).
     
  • 6.
    Rutkai, G., K"oster, A., Guevara Carri’on, G., Janzen, T., Schappals, M., Glass, C.W., Bernreuther, M., Wafai, A., Stephan, S., Kohns, M., Reiser, S., Deublein, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J.: ms2: A molecular simulation tool for thermodynamic properties, release 3.0. Computer Physics Communications. 221, 343–351 (2017).
     
  • 7.
    Werth, S., St"obener, K., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Simultaneous description of bulk and interfacial properties of fluids by the Mie potential. Molecular Physics. 115, 1017–1030 (2017).
     
  • 8.
    Becker, S., Kohns, M., Urbassek, H.M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Static and dynamic wetting behavior of drops on impregnated structured walls by molecular dynamics simulation. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 121, 12669–12683 (2017).
     
  • 9.
    Diewald, F., Kuhn, C., Heier, M., Horsch, M., Langenbach, K., Hasse, H., M"uller, R.: Surface wetting with droplets: A phase field approach. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 17, 501–502 (2017).
     

2016 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Kohns, M., Schappals, M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Activities in aqueous solutions of the alkali halide salts from molecular simulation. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data. 61, 4068–4076 (2016).
     
  • 2.
    Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Density of ethanolic alkali halide salt solutions by experiment and molecular simulation. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 408, 141–150 (2016).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M., Becker, S., St"obener, K., Werth, S., Eckelsbach, S., Eckhardt, W., Heinecke, A., Tchipev, N., Bungartz, H.-J., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: High accuracy molecular dynamics simulation of fluids at interfaces. In: Wagner, S., Bode, A., Br"uchle, H., und Brehm, M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering Garching/Munich 2016. S. 122–123. LRZ, Garching (2016).
     
  • 4.
    Werth, S., Kohns, M., Langenbach, K., Heilig, M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Interfacial and bulk properties of vapor-liquid equilibria in the system toluene + hydrogen chloride + carbon dioxide by molecular simulation and density gradient theory + PC-SAFT. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 427, 219–230 (2016).
     
  • 5.
    Becker, S., Werth, S., Horsch, M., Langenbach, K., Hasse, H.: Interfacial tension and adsorption in the binary system ethanol and carbon dioxide: Experiments, molecular simulation, and density gradient theory. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 427, 476–487 (2016).
     
  • 6.
    Horsch, M.T.: Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Heterogeneous Systems. LTD, Kaiserslautern (2016).
     
  • 7.
    St"obener, K., Klein, P., Horsch, M., K"ufer, K., Hasse, H.: Parametrization of two-center Lennard-Jones plus point-quadrupole force field models by multicriteria optimization. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 411, 33–42 (2016).
     
  • 8.
    Diewald, F., Kuhn, C., Blauwhoff, R., Heier, M., Becker, S., Werth, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H., M"uller, R.: Simulation of surface wetting by droplets using a phase field model. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 16, 519–520 (2016).
     
  • 9.
    Kohns, M., Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Solvent activity in electrolyte solutions from molecular simulation of the osmotic pressure. Journal of Chemical Physics. 144, 084112 (2016).
     
  • 10.
    Werth, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Surface tension of the two-center Lennard-Jones plus point dipole fluid. Journal of Chemical Physics. 144, 054702 (2016).
     

2015 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Castillo, J.M., Klos, M., Jacobs, K., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Characterization of alkylsilane self-assembled monolayers by molecular simulation. Langmuir. 31, 2630–2638 (2015).
     
  • 2.
    Werth, S., Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Comment on ``The gas-liquid surface tension of argon: A reconciliation between experiment and simulation’’ [J. Chem. Phys. 140, 244710 (2014)]. Journal of Chemical Physics. 142, 107101 (2015).
     
  • 3.
    Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Density of methanolic alkali halide salt solutions by experiment and molecular simulation. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data. 60, 1614–1628 (2015).
     
  • 4.
    Werth, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Long-range correction for dipolar fluids at planar interfaces. Molecular Physics. 113, 3750–3756 (2015).
     
  • 5.
    Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular modeling and simulation in fluid process engineering. ChemBioEng Reviews. 2, 303–310 (2015).
     
  • 6.
    Werth, S., St"obener, K., Klein, P., K"ufer, K.-H., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular modelling and simulation of the surface tension of real quadrupolar fluids. Chemical Engineering Science. 121, 110–117 (2015).
     
  • 7.
    Langenbach, K., Engin, C., Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: On the simultaneous description of H-bonding and dipolar interactions with point charges in force field models. AIChE Journal. 61, 2926–2932 (2015).
     
  • 8.
    Heinecke, A., Eckhardt, W., Horsch, M., Bungartz, H.-J.: Supercomputing for Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg (2015).
     
  • 9.
    Werth, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Surface tension of the two center Lennard-Jones plus quadrupole model fluid. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 392, 12–18 (2015).
     

2014 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Becker, S., Urbassek, H.M., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Contact angle of sessile drops in Lennard-Jones systems. Langmuir. 30, 13606–13614 (2014).
     
  • 2.
    Werth, S., Rutkai, G., Vrabec, J., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Long-range correction for multi-site Lennard-Jones models and planar interfaces. Molecular Physics. 112, 2227–2234 (2014).
     
  • 3.
    Niethammer, C., Becker, S., Bernreuther, M., Buchholz, M., Eckhardt, W., Heinecke, A., Werth, S., Bungartz, H.-J., Glass, C.W., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J., Horsch, M.: ls1 mardyn: The massively parallel molecular dynamics code for large systems. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 10, 4455–4464 (2014).
     
  • 4.
    Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular simulation of nano-dispersed fluid phases. Chemical Engineering Science. 107, 235–244 (2014).
     
  • 5.
    Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molekulare Modellierung und Simulation in der Fluidverfahrenstechnik. Chemie Ingenieur Technik. 86, 982–990 (2014).
     
  • 6.
    Glass, C.W., Reiser, S., Rutkai, G., Deublein, S., K"oster, A., Guevara Carri’on, G., Wafai, A., Horsch, M., Bernreuther, M., Windmann, T., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J.: ms2: A molecular simulation tool for thermodynamic properties, new version release. Computer Physics Communications. 185, 3302–3306 (2014).
     
  • 7.
    St"obener, K., Klein, P., Reiser, S., Horsch, M., K"ufer, K.-H., Hasse, H.: Multicriteria optimization of molecular force fields by Pareto approach. Fluid Phase Equilibria. 373, 100–108 (2014).
     
  • 8.
    Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Temperature dependence of the density of aqueous alkali halide salt solutions by experiment and molecular simulation. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data. 59, 3434–3448 (2014).
     

2013 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Eckhardt, W., Heinecke, A., Bader, R., Brehm, M., Hammer, N., Huber, H., Kleinhenz, H.-G., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H., Horsch, M., Bernreuther, M., Glass, C.W., Niethammer, C., Bode, A., Bungartz, H.-J.: 591 TFLOPS multi-trillion particles simulation on SuperMUC. Supercomputing - 28th International Supercomputing Conference (ISC 2013). S. 1–12. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg (2013).
     
  • 2.
    Horsch, M., Niethammer, C., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Computational molecular engineering as an emerging technology in process engineering. it - Information Technology. 55, 97–101 (2013).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M., Becker, S., Castillo, J.M., Deublein, S., Fr"oscher, A., Reiser, S., Werth, S., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Molecular modelling and simulation of electrolyte solutions, biomolecules, and wetting of component surfaces. In: Nagel, W.E., Kr"oner, D.H., und Resch, M.M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’13, Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS). S. 647–661. Springer, Cham - Heidelberg (2013).
     
  • 4.
    Werth, S., Lishchuk, S.V., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: The influence of the liquid slab thickness on the planar vapor-liquid interfacial tension. Physica A. 392, 2359–2367 (2013).
     

2012 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Walter, J., Deublein, S., Reiser, S., Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Atomistic simulations of electrolyte solutions and hydrogels with explicit solvent models. In: Nagel, W.E., Kr"oner, D.B., und Resch, M.M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’11, Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS). S. 185–199. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg - New York (2012).
     
  • 2.
    Horsch, M., Hasse, H., Shchekin, A.K., Agarwal, A., Eckelsbach, S., Vrabec, J., M"uller, E.A., Jackson, G.: Excess equimolar radius of liquid drops. Physical Review E. 85, 031605 (2012).
     
  • 3.
    Reiser, S., McCann, N., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Hydrogen bonding of ethanol in supercritical mixtures with CO\($_2$\) by \($^1$\)H NMR spectroscopy and molecular simulation. Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 68, 94–103 (2012).
     
  • 4.
    Niethammer, C., Glass, C.W., Bernreuther, M., Becker, S., Windmann, T., Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Eckhardt, W.: Innovative HPC methods and application to highly scalable molecular simulation (IMEMO). Innovatives Supercomputing in Deutschland. 10, 68–71 (2012).
     
  • 5.
    Frentrup, H., Avenda~no, C., Horsch, M., M"uller, E.A.: Modelling fluid flow in nanoporous membrane materials via non-equilibrium molecular dynamics. Procedia Engineering. 44, 383–385 (2012).
     
  • 6.
    Horsch, M.T., Miroshnichenko, S.K., Vrabec, J., Glass, C.W., Niethammer, C., Bernreuther, M.F., M"uller, E.A., Jackson, G.: Static and dynamic properties of curved vapour-liquid interfaces by massively parallel molecular dynamics simulation. In: Bischof, C., Hegering, H.-G., Nagel, W.E., und Wittum, G. (Hrsg.) Competence in High Performance Computing. S. 73–84. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg (2012).
     
  • 7.
    Frentrup, H., Avenda~no, C., Horsch, M., Salih, A., M"uller, E.A.: Transport diffusivities of fluids in nanopores by non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulation. Molecular Simulation. 38, 540–553 (2012).
     

2011 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Horsch, M., Miroshnichenko, S., Vrabec, J., Shchekin, A.K., M"uller, E., Jackson, G.: A new route to evaluate the curvature dependence of the surface tension of vapour-liquid interfaces by molecular simulation. In: Gotlib, I., Victorov, A., und Smirnova, N. (Hrsg.) ESAT 2011 - 25th European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics. S. 85–86. rusСПбГУ, Saint Petersburg (2011).
     
  • 2.
    Horsch, M., Lin, Z., Windmann, T., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J.: The air pressure effect on the homogeneous nucleation of carbon dioxide by molecular simulation. Atmospheric Research. 101, 519–526 (2011).
     

2010 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Horsch, M., Heitzig, M., Dan, C., Harting, J., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J.: Contact angle dependence on the fluid-wall dispersive energy. Langmuir. 26, 10913–10917 (2010).
     
  • 2.
    Vrabec, J., Baumh"ogger, E., Elsner, A., Horsch, M., Liu, Z., Miroshnichenko, S., Nazdraji’c, A., Windmann, T.: Molecular dynamics simulation of fluid dynamics on the nanoscale. In: Kuzmin, A. (Hrsg.) Sixth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICCFD 6) - Book of Abstracts. S. 106–107. VVM Publishing Co., St. Petersburg (2010).
     
  • 3.
    Horsch, M., Heitzig, M., Merker, T., Schnabel, T., Huang, Y.-L., Hasse, H., Vrabec, J.: Molecular modeling of hydrogen bonding fluids: Vapor-liquid coexistence and interfacial properties. In: Nagel, W.E., Kr"oner, D.B., und Resch, M.M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’09, Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). S. 471–483. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg (2010).
     
  • 4.
    Lehmann, G.C., Dubberke, F., Horsch, M., Huang, Y.-L., Miroshnichenko, S., Pflock, R., Sonnenrein, G., Vrabec, J.: Research on the behavior of liquid fluids atop superhydrophobic gas-bubbled surfaces. Gehalten auf der , St. Petersburg (2010).
     

2009 [ nach oben ]

  • 1.
    Horsch, M., Vrabec, J.: Grand canonical steady-state simulation of nucleation. Journal of Chemical Physics. 131, 184104 (2009).
     
  • 2.
    Bernreuther, M., Niethammer, C., Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Deublein, S., Hasse, H., Buchholz, M.: Innovative HPC methods and application to highly scalable molecular simulation. Innovatives Supercomputing in Deutschland. 7, 50–53 (2009).
     
  • 3.
    Vrabec, J., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular dynamics based analysis of nucleation and surface energy of droplets in supersaturated vapors of methane and ethane. ASME Journal of Heat Transfer. 131, 043202 (2009).
     
  • 4.
    Eckl, B., Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Molecular modeling and simulation of thermophysical properties: Application to pure substances and mixtures. In: Nagel, W.E., Kr"oner, D.B., und Resch, M.M. (Hrsg.) High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’08, Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). S. 119–133. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg - New York (2009).
     
  • 5.
    Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Bernreuther, M., Hasse, H.: Poiseuille flow of liquid methane in nanoscopic graphite channels by molecular dynamics simulation. In: Hanjali’c und others (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer. S. 89–92. Begell House, New York (2009).
     
  • 6.
    Horsch, M., Miroshnichenko, S., Vrabec, J.: Steady-state molecular dynamics simulation of vapour to liquid nucleation with McDonald’s daemon. Journal of Physical Studies. 13, 4004 (2009).
     
  • 7.
    Horsch, M., Vrabec, J.: Steady-state simulation of homogeneous vapor-liquid nucleation lqby the intervention of intelligent beingsrq. In: Smol’ik, J. und O’Dowd, C. (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Nucleation & Atmospheric Aerosols. S. 585–588 (2009).
     

2008 [ nach oben ]

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    Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Bernreuther, M., Grottel, S., Reina, G., Wix, A., Schaber, K., Hasse, H.: Homogeneous nucleation in supersaturated vapors of methane, ethane, and carbon dioxide predicted by brute force molecular dynamics. Journal of Chemical Physics. 128, 164510 (2008).
     
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    Horsch, M., Vrabec, J., Hasse, H.: Modification of the classical nucleation theory based on molecular simulation data for surface tension, critical nucleus size, and nucleation rate. Physical Review E. 78, 011603 (2008).
     
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    Vrabec, J., Horsch, M., Hasse, H.: Molecular dynamics based analysis of nucleation and surface energy of droplets in supersaturated vapors of methane and ethane. Proceedings of the ASME Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer International Conference 2008, parts A and B. S. 185–186. Eurospan, Biggleswade (2008).
     

2007 [ nach oben ]

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    Diekert, V., Horsch, M., Kufleitner, M.: On first-order fragments for Mazurkiewicz traces. Fundamenta Informaticae. 80, 1–29 (2007).
     

2005 [ nach oben ]

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    Horsch, M.: Test case generation for rule-based translators (2005).
     

2003 [ nach oben ]

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    Makala, C., Horsch, M.: GIS und modellgest"utztes Lernen am Beispiel von Bewertungsaufgaben im Rahmen der Fl"achennutzungs- und Landschaftsplanung. In: Strobl, J., Blaschke, T., und Griesebner, G. (Hrsg.) Beitr"age zum AGIT-Symposium 2003 in Salzburg. S. 274–279. Wichmann, Heidelberg (2003).