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Guzman, H. V.; Tretyakov, N.; Kobayashi, H.; Fogarty, A. C.; Kreis, K.; Krajniak, J.; Junghans, C.; Kremer, K.; Stühn, T.: ESPResSo++ 2.0: Advanced methods for multiscale molecular simulation. Computer Physics Communications 238, pp. 66 - 76 (2019)
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Zhang, G.; Chazirakis, A.; Harmandaris, V. A.; Stühn, T.; Daoulas, K. C.; Kremer, K.: Hierarchical modelling of polystyrene melts: from soft blobs to atomistic resolution. Soft Matter 15 (2), pp. 289 - 302 (2019)
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Guzman, H. V.; Junghans, C.; Kremer, K.; Stuehn, T.: Scalable and fast heterogeneous molecular simulation with predictive parallelization schemes. Physical Review E 96 (5), 053311 (2017)
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Mukherji, D.; Marques, C. M.; Stuehn, T.; Kremer, K.: Depleted depletion drives polymer swelling in poor solvent mixtures. Nature Communications 8, 1374 (2017)
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Moreira, L. A.; Zhang, G.; Müller, F.; Stuehn, T.; Kremer, K.: Direct Equilibration and Characterization of Polymer Melts for Computer Simulations. Macromolecular Theory and Simulations 24 (5 ), pp. 419 - 431 (2015)
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Mukherji, D.; Marques, C. M.; Stuehn, T.; Kremer, K.: Co-non-solvency: Mean-field polymer theory does not describe polymer collapse transition in a mixture of two competing good solvents. The Journal of Chemical Physics 142 (11), 114903 (2015)
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Zhang, G.; Stuehn, T.; Daoulas, K. C.; Kremer, K.: Communication: One size fits all: Equilibrating chemically different polymer liquids through universal long-wavelength description. The Journal of Chemical Physics 142 (22), 221102 (2015)
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Zhang, G.; Moreira, L. A.; Stuehn, T.; Daoulas, K. C.; Kremer, K.: Equilibration of High Molecular Weight Polymer Melts: A Hierarchical Strategy. ACS Macro Letters 3 (2), pp. 198 - 203 (2014)
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Halverson, J. D.; Brandes, T.; Lenz, O.; Arnold, A.; Bevc, S.; Starchenko, V.; Kremer, K.; Stuehn, T.; Reith, D.: ESPResSo++: A modern multiscale simulation package for soft matter systems. Computer Physics Communications 184 (4), pp. 1129 - 1149 (2013)
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