Kai Kratzer

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Dr. Kai Kratzer
Postdoc
Office:1.076
Phone:+49 711 685-67722
Fax:+49 711 685-63658
Email:kratzer _at_ icp.uni-stuttgart.de
Address:Dr. Kai Kratzer
Institute for Computational Physics
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 3
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Publications

  • Kai Kratzer and Axel Arnold.
    Two-stage crystallization of charged colloids under low supersaturation conditions. Soft Matter 11, 2174 - 2182 (2015).
  • Kai Kratzer, Dominic Roehm, and Axel Arnold.
    Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Crystallization of Charged Colloidal Particles. In High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '14, pages 31-45, Springer International Publishing (2014).
  • Kai Kratzer, Joshua T. Berryman, Aaron Taudt, Johannes Zeman and Axel Arnold.
    The Flexible Rare Event Sampling Harness System (FRESHS). Comp. Phys. Comm. 185, 1875-1885 (2014).
  • Dominic Roehm, Kai Kratzer and Axel Arnold.
    Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Crystallization of Soft Spheres in Suspension. In High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '13, pages 33-52. Editors: Nagel, Wolfgang E. and Kroener, Dietmar H. and Resch, Michael M., Springer International Publishing, 2013.
  • Yevgen Dorozhko, Kai Kratzer, Yuriy Yudin, Axel Arnold, Colin W. Glass and Michael Resch.
    Rare Event Sampling using the Science Experimental Grid Laboratory. Civil-Comp. CC2013/2013/00402 (2013).
  • Kai Kratzer, Axel Arnold, and Rosalind J. Allen.
    Automatic, optimized interface placement in forward flux sampling simulations. J. Chem. Phys. 138, 164112 (2013).
  • Thorsten Schumacher, Kai Kratzer, David Molnar, Mario Hentschel, Harald Giessen, and Markus Lippitz.
    Nanoantenna-enhanced ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy of a single gold nanoparticle. Nature Communications 2, 333 (2011).

Research