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Department of Chemistry

 

In my research, I normally use computer simulations and classical statistical mechanics to study the behaviour of molecular and colloidal systems. In particular, I am interested in nucleation and self-assembly – and combinations of the two – and how thermodynamic and kinetic factors affect and control them.

Publications

DNA brick self-assembly with an off-lattice potential
A Reinhardt, D Frenkel
– Soft Matter
(2016)
12,
6253
Effects of co-ordination number on the nucleation behaviour in many-component self-assembly
A Reinhardt, CP Ho, D Frenkel
– Faraday Discuss
(2015)
186,
215
Rational design of self-assembly pathways for complex multicomponent structures
WM Jacobs, A Reinhardt, D Frenkel
– Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2015)
112,
6313
Communication: Theoretical prediction of free-energy landscapes for complex self-assembly
WM Jacobs, A Reinhardt, D Frenkel
– J Chem Phys
(2015)
142,
021101
Effects of surface interactions on heterogeneous ice nucleation for a monatomic water model.
A Reinhardt, JPK Doye
– The Journal of chemical physics
(2014)
141,
084501
Numerical Evidence for Nucleated Self-Assembly of DNA Brick Structures
A Reinhardt, D Frenkel
– Physical review letters
(2014)
112,
238103
Computing phase diagrams for a quasicrystal-forming patchy-particle system.
A Reinhardt, F Romano, JPK Doye
– Phys Rev Lett
(2013)
110,
255503
Computer simulation of the homogeneous nucleation of ice
A Reinhardt
(2013)
Note: Homogeneous TIP4P/2005 ice nucleation at low supercooling.
A Reinhardt, JPK Doye
– The Journal of Chemical Physics
(2013)
139,
096102
Free energy landscapes for homogeneous nucleation of ice for a monatomic water model.
A Reinhardt, JPK Doye
– The Journal of chemical physics
(2012)
136,
054501
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Research Interest Group

Telephone number

01223 336471 (shared)

Email address

ar732@cam.ac.uk