Plasma and Materials Science 
by Molecular Dynamics
Figure: Charge inversion of a DNA rod

Carbon Nanotube Accelerator

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Relativistic and electromagnetic molecular dynamics

Microwave Heating of Magnetic Metal Oxides

Microwave Heating of Water and Saline Solution...

DNA in Nanopores

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A planetary shock and the solar wind
Ionic Soft Condensed
Matters
High Temperature Plasmas

Charge inversion

Planetary shock


1. Carbon nanotube accelerotor, 2.Microwave heating of materials (dielectric, magnetic oxides, Heisenberg model),
3.Ionic soft condensed matters (Polymers, Charge inversion, DNA and membrane), 4. First principle molecular dynamics
(Quantum mechanics), 5. High-temperature plasmas (Magnetic reconnection, Mesoscale particle code, Planetary
shocks), 6.Methodology of molecular dynamics simulation 7. Published papers and books
Video movies of molecular dynamics simulations


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Wave instabilities, plasma heating
Magnetic reconnection
Macro-particle simulation
Classical and Quantum Mechanical Molecular Dyanmics

Maroon Bells, Aspen, Colorado, USA

Microwave heating of water & ice

Carbon Nanotube
Accelerator

AMD Opteron cluster with
Infiniband
Author's Pages

Heating of Water and Ice by Far-Infrered
Electromagnetic Waves (FPMD)

"Giant Molecules" Grosberg and Khohoolov  Japan translated with a new chapter
Method and Tools of
Molecular Dynamics
Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Microwave Heating and Control
of Materials

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DNA in Nanopores

Graphite erosion by hydrogen adsorption

First Principle Molecular Dynamics
Cover pictures

Motohiko Tanaka, Chubu University
College of Engineering
1200 Matsumoto-cho, Kasugai 487-8501, Japan