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Rudolf Weeber
Rudolf Weeber
Institute for Computational Physics, University of Stuttgart
Verified email at icp.uni-stuttgart.de
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Espresso 3.1: Molecular dynamics software for coarse-grained models
A Arnold, O Lenz, S Kesselheim, R Weeber, F Fahrenberger, D Roehm, ...
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations VI, 1-23, 2013
2042013
ESPResSo 4.0–an extensible software package for simulating soft matter systems
F Weik, R Weeber, K Szuttor, K Breitsprecher, J de Graaf, M Kuron, ...
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 227 (14), 1789-1816, 2019
1032019
Deformation mechanisms in 2d magnetic gels studied by computer simulations
R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Soft Matter 8 (38), 9923-9932, 2012
932012
Polymer architecture of magnetic gels: a review
R Weeber, M Hermes, AM Schmidt, C Holm
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 30 (6), 063002, 2018
872018
Buckling of paramagnetic chains in soft gels
S Huang, G Pessot, P Cremer, R Weeber, C Holm, J Nowak, S Odenbach, ...
Soft Matter 12 (1), 228-237, 2016
752016
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations VI
A Arnold, O Lenz, S Kesselheim, R Weeber, F Fahrenberger, D Roehm, ...
Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 89, 1-23, 2013
692013
Ferrofluids with shifted dipoles: ground state structures
S Kantorovich, R Weeber, JJ Cerda, C Holm
Soft Matter 7 (11), 5217-5227, 2011
592011
Colloids dragged through a polymer solution: Experiment, theory, and simulation
C Gutsche, F Kremer, M Krüger, M Rauscher, R Weeber, J Harting
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (8), 084902, 2008
572008
Ferrogels cross-linked by magnetic nanoparticles—Deformation mechanisms in two and three dimensions studied by means of computer simulations
R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 383, 262-266, 2015
462015
Towards a scale-bridging description of ferrogels and magnetic elastomers
G Pessot, R Weeber, C Holm, H Löwen, AM Menzel
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 27 (32), 325105, 2015
432015
Cluster formation in systems of shifted-dipole particles
M Klinkigt, R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
Soft Matter 9 (13), 3535-3546, 2013
422013
Ferrogels cross-linked by magnetic particles: Field-driven deformation and elasticity studied using computer simulations
R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm
The Journal of Chemical Physics 143 (15), 154901, 2015
382015
Microstructure and magnetic properties of magnetic fluids consisting of shifted dipole particles under the influence of an external magnetic field
R Weeber, M Klinkigt, S Kantorovich, C Holm
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (21), 214901, 2013
282013
Studying the field-controlled change of shape and elasticity of magnetic gels using particle-based simulations
R Weeber, P Kreissl, C Holm
Archive of Applied Mechanics 89 (1), 3-16, 2019
242019
Modeling nanoparticle agglomeration using local interactions
G Inci, A Arnold, A Kronenburg, R Weeber
Aerosol Science and Technology 48 (8), 842-852, 2014
242014
Magnetic particles with shifted dipoles
S Kantorovich, R Weeber, JJ Cerdà, C Holm
Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials 323 (10), 1269-1272, 2011
232011
Micro-rheology on (polymer-grafted) colloids using optical tweezers
C Gutsche, MM Elmahdy, K Kegler, I Semenov, T Stangner, O Otto, ...
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23 (18), 184114, 2011
212011
Langevin dynamics simulation of transport and aggregation of soot nano-particles in turbulent flows
G Inci, A Kronenburg, R Weeber, D Pflüger
Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 98 (4), 1065-1085, 2017
162017
Magnetic flux topology of 2D point dipoles
S Bachthaler, F Sadlo, R Weeber, S Kantorovich, C Holm, D Weiskopf
Computer Graphics Forum 31 (3pt1), 955-964, 2012
162012
Frequency-dependent magnetic susceptibility of magnetic nanoparticles in a polymer solution: a simulation study
P Kreissl, C Holm, R Weeber
Soft Matter 17 (1), 174-183, 2021
102021
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