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== Current Work ==
 
== Current Work ==
  
* Implementing a new feature in ESPResSo called ENGINE, which handles self-propelled particles.
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* Testing the ENGINE feature in {{es}} to study the behaviour of clusters of nanorods in a confined geometry.
* Building a parser for the PDB file format, to be able to build up the lattice used for the <code>electrokinetics</code> module of {{es}} from data available at the Protein Database.
 
 
You can track my work on my GitHub Page [https://github.com/hmenke/ https://github.com/hmenke/].
 
You can track my work on my GitHub Page [https://github.com/hmenke/ https://github.com/hmenke/].
  

Revision as of 10:57, 25 June 2015

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Henri Menke
Student assistant
Office:1.077
Phone:+49 711 685-67606
Fax:+49 711 685-63658
Email:henri _at_ icp.uni-stuttgart.de
Address:Henri Menke
Institute for Computational Physics
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 3
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

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About me

I'm studying Physics at the University of Stuttgart. In my spare time I work as a student assistant at Institute for Computational Physics ICP.

If you want to know more about my studies consider visiting my home page at PhysCIP.

You can checkout all my source code related to TeX/LaTeX at Bitbucket. All other code is hosted at GitHub.

Interests

Current Work

  • Testing the ENGINE feature in ESPResSo to study the behaviour of clusters of nanorods in a confined geometry.

You can track my work on my GitHub Page https://github.com/hmenke/.

Previous Projects

  • Creating a template for talks with LaTeX's beamer-class, called icptalk.
  • Fixing a bug in Olaf's vtfplugin.
  • Merging the cpp branch to ESPResSo master. The goal was to port ESPResSo to C++.
  • Implementing a new feature in ESPResSo called ENGINE, which handles self-propelled particles.
  • Building a parser for the PDB file format, to be able to build up the lattice used for the electrokinetics module of ESPResSo from data available at the Protein Database.