Patrick Kreissl
Patrick Kreissl
PhD Student, Institute for Computational Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany
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Microfluidic pumping by micromolar salt concentrations
R Niu, P Kreissl, AT Brown, G Rempfer, D Botin, C Holm, T Palberg, ...
Soft Matter 13 (7), 1505–1518, 2017
The efficiency of self-phoretic propulsion mechanisms with surface reaction heterogeneity
P Kreissl, C Holm, J de Graaf
The Journal of Chemical Physics 144 (20), 204902, 2016
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
Modeling gel swelling equilibrium in the mean field: From explicit to Poisson-Boltzmann models
J Landsgesell, D Sean, P Kreissl, K Szuttor, C Holm
Physical Review Letters 122 (20), 208002, 2019
Toward Understanding of Self-Electrophoretic Propulsion under Realistic Conditions: From Bulk Reactions to Confinement Effects
M Kuron, P Kreissl, C Holm
Accounts of Chemical Research 51 (12), 2998–3005, 2018
Frequency-dependent magnetic susceptibility of magnetic nanoparticles in a polymer solution: a simulation study
P Kreissl, C Holm, R Weeber
Soft Matter 17, 174–183, 2021
A Numerical Investigation of Analyte Size Effects in Nanopore Sensing Systems
K Szuttor, P Kreissl, C Holm
The Journal of Chemical Physics 155 (13), 134902, 2021
Magnetic field controlled behavior of magnetic gels studied using particle-based simulations
R Weeber, P Kreissl, C Holm
Physical Sciences Reviews, 2021
Computational Study of the AC Susceptibility of Isolated Magnetic Nanoparticles in a Polymer Suspension
P Kreissl, C Holm, R Weeber
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
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