Title 
Published 
SHARCNET Authors 
Area 
21.
Glassy dynamics, aging in mobility, and structural relaxation of strongly adsorbed polymer films: Corrugation or confinement?

2007 
D. Mukherji and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

22.
Computer simulations of undercooled fluids and glasses

2007 
K. Binder, D. Herzbach, J. Horbach, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

23.
Contact mechanics of real vs. randomly rough surfaces: A Green's function molecular dynamics study

2007 
C. Campana and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

24.
Interpretation of experiments on ZDDP antiwear films through pressureinduced crosslinking

2006 
N. J. Mosey, T. K. Woo, M. Kasrai, P. R. Norton, G. M. Bancroft, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

25.
A generalization of the charge equilibration method for nonmetallic materials

2006 
R. A. Nistor, J. G. Polihronov, M. H. MÃ¼ser, and N. J. Mosey

Molecular Simulation

26.
Practical Green's function approach to the simulation of elastic, semiinfinite solids

2006 
C. Campana and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

27.
Possible explanation of the lambdashape anomaly in polymer surface diffusion

2006 
D. Mukherji and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

28.
On the orientation of lamellar block copolymer phases under shear

2006 
B. Fraser, C. Denniston, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

29.
Piezoelectric coefficients by molecular dynamics simulations in the constant stress ensemble: A case study of quartz

2006 
D. Herzbach and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

30.
An Accurate ab initio potential energy surface and calculated spectroscopic constants for BeH2, BeD2 and BeHD

2006 
H. Li, R.J. Le Roy

Molecular Simulation

31.
Comparison of model potentials for molecular dynamics simulations of silica

2005 
D. Herzbach, K. Binder, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

32.
Molecular mechanisms for the functionality of lubricant additives

2005 
N. J. Mosey, M. H. MÃ¼ser, and T. K. Woo

Molecular Simulation Computational Chemistry

33.
Energy dissipation via quantum chemical hysteresis during highpressure compression: A firstprinciples molecular dynamics study of phosphates

2005 
N. J. Mosey, T. K. Woo, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation Computational Chemistry

34.
Calculations of the threshold force and threshold power to move adsorbed nanoparticles

2005 
D. A. Aruliah, M. H. MÃ¼ser, and U. D. Schwarz

Molecular Simulation

35.
Diffusion, elasticity, and shear flow in selfassembled block copolymers: A molecular dynamics study

2005 
B. Fraser, C. Denniston, and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation Condensed Matter Physics

36.
Quantum dynamics in the highly discrete, commensurate Frenkel Kontorova model: A pathintegral molecular dynamics study

2005 
F. R. Krajewski and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

37.
Manybody quantum dynamics by adiabatic pathintegral molecular dynamics: Disordered Frenkel Kontorova models

2005 
F. R. Krajewski and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation

38.
On finitesize effects in the simulation of highpressure, quartzlike structures

2004 
C. Campana and M. H. MÃ¼ser

Molecular Simulation Condensed Matter Physics

39.
Lubricants under high local pressure: Liquids act like solids

2004 
M. H. Muser

Molecular Simulation

40.
On the irreversibility of the pressureinduced phase transition of quartz and the relation between three hypothetical postquartz phases

2004 
C. Campana, M. H. Muser, J. S. Tse, D. Herzbach, and P. Schoffel

Molecular Simulation Condensed Matter Physics
