Danish National Research Foundation
centre for Glass & Time,
Origin of homochirality.
Molecular Dynamics simulations.
Highly viscous liquids.
Phase transitions, phase separation and nucleation dynamics.
Self assembly in complex systems.
Molecular Dynamics algorithms
Molecular Dynamics simulations of complex physical, chemical and biological systems
Nucleation and droplet growth from supersaturated vapor at temperatures below the triple point temperature
Dynamics of homogeneous nucleation
Role of attractive forces in determining the
equilibrium structure and dynamics of simple liquids
Discrete dynamics versus analytic dynamics
Ensemble simulations with discrete classical dynamics
The Role of Carbohydrates at the Origin of Homochirality in Biosystems
Do the repulsive and attractive pair forces play separate roles for the physics of liquids?
Stability of Molecular Dynamics simulations of classical systems
Energy conservation in Molecular Dynamics simulations of classical systems
Role of the first coordination shell in determining the equilibrium structure
and dynamics of simple liquids
Simulations of crystallization in supercooled nanodroplets in the presence of a strong
NVU dynamics. I. Geodesic motion on the constant-potential-energy
NVU dynamics. II. Comparing to four other dynamics
Communication: Shifted forces in molecular dynamics
Time reversible molecular dynamics algorithms with holonomic bond constraints in the $NPH$ and $NPT$ ensemble using molecular scaling
Hidden scale invariance in molecular van der Waals liquids: A simulation study
Time-reversible molecular dynamics algorithms with bond constraints
Stability of supercooled binary liquid mixtures
Origin of Homochirality in Biosystems
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Prewetting
Origin of homochirality in biological systems
Contact Angles of Lennard-Jones Liquids and Droplets on Planar Surfaces
Professor Søren Toxværd
DNRF Centre of Viscous Liquid Dynamics "Glass and Time"
IMFUFA, Building 27
Tel: +45 4674 2062