1992 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1992 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1991 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1983 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering work in theory of liquids, energy transfer in random materials, molecular dynamics, and model biological membranes
1976 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1972 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His main research concerns Thermodynamics, Molecular dynamics, Condensed matter physics, Statistical physics and Function. His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mode coupling, Periodic boundary conditions, Kinetic energy and Cluster. His study in the field of Verlet integration also crosses realms of Liquid state.
Hans C. Andersen has included themes like Glass transition and Power law in his Condensed matter physics study. His work carried out in the field of Statistical physics brings together such families of science as Andersen thermostat, Variational principle, Potential of mean force and Volume. In the subject of general Classical mechanics, his work in Equations of motion is often linked to Cartesian coordinate system and Constant, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Hans C. Andersen mainly focuses on Statistical physics, Molecular dynamics, Thermodynamics, Function and Condensed matter physics. Hans C. Andersen mostly deals with Classical fluids in his studies of Statistical physics. His research on Classical fluids also deals with topics like
His Molecular dynamics study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Supercooling, Relaxation and Potential energy. He combines subjects such as Molecule, Hydrogen bond and Cluster with his study of Thermodynamics. Within one scientific family, Hans C. Andersen focuses on topics pertaining to Power law under Condensed matter physics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Critical exponent.
His primary areas of study are Statistical physics, Function, Kinetic theory of gases, Molecular dynamics and Classical fluids. His studies in Statistical physics integrate themes in fields like Correlation function, Potential energy, Classical mechanics and Potential of mean force. Hans C. Andersen performs integrative study on Classical mechanics and Constant.
His work deals with themes such as Effective potential and Relaxation, Thermodynamics, which intersect with Molecular dynamics. Hans C. Andersen merges many fields, such as Thermodynamics and Materials science, in his writings. Hans C. Andersen has researched Classical fluids in several fields, including Statistical mechanics, Quantum mechanics and Hard spheres.
Hans C. Andersen mostly deals with Statistical physics, Molecular dynamics, Granularity, Potential of mean force and Potential energy. His Statistical physics study frequently links to related topics such as Canonical ensemble. His Molecular dynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Effective potential, Hamiltonian, Relaxation and Supercooling.
Thermodynamics covers Hans C. Andersen research in Relaxation. The various areas that Hans C. Andersen examines in his Potential of mean force study include Variational principle, Classical mechanics and Vector-valued function. The study incorporates disciplines such as Force field and Hard spheres in addition to Classical mechanics.
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Molecular dynamics simulations at constant pressure and/or temperature
Hans C. Andersen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1980)
Role of Repulsive Forces in Determining the Equilibrium Structure of Simple Liquids
John D. Weeks;David Chandler;Hans C. Andersen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1971)
A computer simulation method for the calculation of equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules: Application to small water clusters
William C. Swope;Hans C. Andersen;Peter H. Berens;Kent R. Wilson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1982)
Rattle: A “velocity” version of the shake algorithm for molecular dynamics calculations
Hans C Andersen.
Journal of Computational Physics (1983)
Molecular dynamics study of melting and freezing of small Lennard-Jones clusters
J. Dana. Honeycutt;Hans C. Andersen.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1987)
Optimized Cluster Expansions for Classical Fluids. II. Theory of Molecular Liquids
David Chandler;Hans C. Andersen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1972)
Testing mode-coupling theory for a supercooled binary Lennard-Jones mixture I: The van Hove correlation function.
Walter Kob;Hans C. Andersen.
Physical Review E (1995)
Scaling Behavior in the β -Relaxation Regime of a Supercooled Lennard-Jones Mixture
Walter Kob;Hans C. Andersen.
Physical Review Letters (1994)
The multiscale coarse-graining method. I. A rigorous bridge between atomistic and coarse-grained models.
W. G. Noid;Jhih Wei Chu;Jhih Wei Chu;Gary S. Ayton;Vinod Krishna.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2008)
Relationship between the Hard-Sphere Fluid and Fluids with Realistic Repulsive Forces
Hans C. Andersen;John D. Weeks;David Chandler.
Physical Review A (1971)
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