Here you find materials related to lectures that I have given. Typically these are recordings and PDF files of hand-written lecture notes.
This was a long and intensive course in which I covered simulation methods like Monte Carlo, Molecular Dynamics, Brownian Dynamics, Dissipative Particle Dynamics, Lattice Boltzmann, and Multi-Particle Collision Dynamics. As these are founded in Classical Mechanics and Classical Statistical Mechanics, a crash course in these latter subjects was given as well.
This is an overview of central topics of polymer theory, concerning both statics and dynamics.
The lecture focuses on electrostatic effects in soft matter. Emphasis is on Poisson-Boltzmann theory, electrokinetics, and polyelectrolyte theory.
Pretty much the same course as Melbourne 2011.
... and the same one year later.
This is a lecture I gave to explain the machinery of deriving Lattice Boltzmann algorithms.