ESPResSo is a highly versatile software package for performing and analyzing scientific Molecular Dynamics many-particle simulations of ”coarse-grained” bead-spring models as they are used in soft-matter research in physics, chemistry and molecular biology. It can be used to simulate systems such as polymers, liquid crystals, colloids, ferrofluids and biological systems, for example DNA and lipid membranes

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  1. Hoseinpoor, S.Mohammad; Nikoofard, Narges; Zahedifar, Mostafa: Accuracy limits of the blob model for a flexible polymer confined inside a cylindrical nano-channel (2016)
  2. Arnold, Axel; Lenz, Olaf; Kesselheim, Stefan; Weeber, Rudolf; Fahrenberger, Florian; Roehm, Dominic; Košovan, Peter; Holm, Christian: ESPResSO 3.1: molecular dynamics software for coarse-grained models (2013)
  3. Jesudason, C. G.; Agung, A. A. J.: Reflections on the conformation, topology and thermodynamics of a polyelectrolyte chain in the presence of counterions with plausible applications (2013)
  4. Pippig, Michael; Potts, Daniel: Parallel three-dimensional nonequispaced fast Fourier transforms and their application to particle simulation (2013)
  5. Cimrák, Ivan; Gusenbauer, M.; Schrefl, T.: Modelling and simulation of processes in microfluidic devices for biomedical applications (2012)
  6. Junghans, Christoph; Poblete, Simón: A reference implementation of the adaptive resolution scheme in ESPResSo (2010)
  7. Anderson, Joshua A.; Lorenz, Chris D.; Travesset, A.: General purpose molecular dynamics simulations fully implemented on graphics processing units (2008)
  8. Patra, Michael; Hyvönen, Marja T.; Falck, Emma; Sabouri-Ghomi, Mohsen; Vattulainen, Ilpo; Karttunen, Mikko: Long-range interactions and parallel scalability in molecular simulations (2007)

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