Deutsch Intern
    Theoretical Physics III

    M.Sc. Manuel Schrauth

    Manuel Schrauth

    97074 Würzburg
    Building: M1
    Room: 2.009
    Phone: 0931 31-81726
    Manuel Schrauth

    Research interests:

    •      Equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical systems
    •      Geometrical and topologcial aspects of second-order phase transitions
    •      Numerical high performance simulations


    •  Since 2016: PhD Student of Prof. H. Hinrichsen
    • 2015: Master of Science in Physics (University of Würzburg), Thesis: Massively parallel non-uniform Poisson solver and its application to thermonuclear supernova modeling
    • 2013: Bachelor of Science in Physics (University of Würzburg)


    • Fast algorithm for topologically disordered lattices with constant coordination number
      M. Schrauth and J. S. E. Portela
    • Relevance of topological disorder on the directed percolation phase transition
      M. Schrauth, J. S. E. Portela, and F. Goth 
    • Universality of continuous phase transitions on random Voronoi graphs
      M. Schrauth and J. S. E. Portela
    • Violation of the Harris-Barghathi-Vojta Criterion
      M. Schrauth, J. S. E. Portela, and F. Goth
      Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 100601 (arxiv.org/abs/1803.08753)
    • Diffusion and first-passage characteristics on a dynamically evolving support
      M. Schrauth and M. Schneider

    • Two-dimensional Ising model on random lattices with constant coordination number
      M. Schrauth, J. Richter, and J. S. E. Portela
      Phys. Rev. E 97, 022144 (2018) (arxiv.org/abs/1711.07981)

    • The Progenitor Systems of Thermonuclear Supernovae
      W. Hillebrandt, M. Bulla, M. Kromer, R. Pakmor, F. K. Röpke, M. Schrauth, & S. A. Sim (2018)
      NIC Series, Vol. 49, NIC Symposium 2018, NIC Symposium 2018, Jülich (Germany), 99 – 106   
    • Characteristics of a random walk on a self-inflating support
      L. Kades, M. Schrauth, M. Schneider and H. Hinrichsen
      arXiv:1601.03864 (2016)


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