Friederike Schmid: Publications

  1. Trans-cyclooctene-functionalized PeptoBrushes with improved reaction kinetics of the tetrazine ligation for pretargeted nuclear imaging
    E. J. L. Stéen, K. Nørregard, A. Birke, J. T. Jørgensen, K. Johann, D. Svatunek, P. E. Edem, R. Rossin, F. Schmid, H. Mikula, M. Robillard, J. L. Kristensen, M. Barz, A. Kjœr, M. M. Herth, submitted (2018).

  2. Generalized Brownian dynamics: Construction and numerical integration of non-Markovian particle-based models
    G. Jung, M. Hanke, F. Schmid, submitted (2018).

  3. Polysarcosine and poly(ethylene-glycol) interactions with proteins investigated using molecular dynamics simulations
    G. Settanni, T. Schäfer, C. Muhl, M. Barz, F. Schmid, submitted (2018).

  4. How ''ill-defined'' constituents produce ''well-defined'' nanoparticles: Effect of polymer dispersity on the uniformity of copolymeric micelles
    S. Mantha, S. Qi, M. Barz, F. Schmid, submitted (2018).

  5. Theoretical approaches to amphiphilic polymer conetworks
    F. Schmid, invited book chapter, to appear in Amphiphilic polymer co-networks: Synthesis, properties, modelling and application, Edt. Costas Patrickios, RSC publishing (2018).

  6. Polydisperse brush with the linear density profile
    L.I. Klushin, A.M. Skvortsov, S. Qi, F. Schmid, Polymer Science, Series C 60, Suppl. 2, pp. S84-S94 (2018).

  7. Structure and dynamics of B2O3 melts and glasses: From ab initio to classical molecular dynamics simulations
    C. Scherer, F. Schmid, M. Letz, J. Horbach, submitted (2018).

  8. Curvature as a guiding field for patterns in thin block copolymer films
    G.T. Vu, A.A. Abate, L.R. Gomez, A.D. Pezzutti, R.A. Register, D.A. Vega, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 087801 (2018).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.087801
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  9. Tuning transition properties of stimuli-responsive brushes by polydispersity
    S. Qi, L.I. Klushin, A.M. Skvortsov, M. Liu, J. Zhou, F. Schmid, Advanced Functional Materials, to appear (2018).
    doi:10.1002/adfm.201800745

  10. Critical behavior of active Brownian particles
    J.T. Siebert, F. Dittrich, F. Schmid, K. Binder, T. Speck, P. Virnau, Phys. Rev. E 98, 03061(R) (2018).

  11. Phase transitions in single macromolecules: Loop-stretch transition versus loop adsorption transition in end-grafted polymer chains
    S. Zhang, S. Qi, L. I. Klushin, A. M. Skvortsov, D. Yan, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 148, 044903 (2018).
    doi:10.1063/1.5013346

  12. Hybrid particle-continuum simulations coupling Brownian dynamics and local dynamic density functional theory
    S. Qi, F. Schmid, Soft Matter 13, 7938 (2017).
    doi:10.1039/C7SM01749A

  13. Frequency-dependent hydrodynamic interactions between two solid spheres
    G. Jung, F. Schmid, Physics of Fluids 29, 126101 (2017).
    doi:10.1063/1.5001565

  14. Potassium triggers a reversible specific stiffness transition of polyethylene glycol
    L. Tüting, W. Ye, G. Settanni, F. Schmid, B. Wolf, R. Ahijado-Guzmann, C. Sönnichsen, J. Phys. Chem. C 121, 22396 (2017).
    doi:10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b08987

  15. Dynamic density functional theories for inhomogeneous polymer systems compared to Brownian dynamics simulations
    S. Qi, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 50, 9831 (2017).
    doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.7b02017

  16. Anomalous critical slowdown at a first order phase transition in single polymer chains
    S. Zhang, S. Qi, L. I. Klushin, A. M. Skvortsov, D. Yan, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 147, 064902 (2017).
    doi:10.1063/1.4997435

  17. Simulating Copolymeric nanoparticle assembly in the co-solvent method: How mixing rates control final particle sizes and morphologies
    S. Keßler, K. Drese, F. Schmid, Polymer 126C, 9-18 (2017).
    doi:10.1016/j.polymer.2017.07.057

  18. Iterative reconstruction of memory kernels
    G. Jung, M. Hanke, F. Schmid, J. Chemical Theory and Computation 13, 2481 (2017).
    doi:10.1021/acs.jctc.7b00274

  19. Interactions between proteins and poly(ethylene-glycol) investigated using Molecular Dynamics simulations
    G. Settanni, J. Zhou, F. Schmid, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 921, 012002 (2017).
    doi:10.1088/1742-6596/921/1/012002

  20. Self-assembly of polymeric particles in Poiseuille flow: A hybrid Lattice Boltzmann / External Potential Dynamics simulation study
    J. Heuser, G. J. A. Sevink, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 50, 4474 (2017).
    doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.6b2684

  21. The influence of block ionomer microstructure on polyplex properties: Can simulations help to understand differences in transfection efficiency?
    P. Heller, B. Weber, J. Zhou, D. Hobernik, M. Bros, F. Schmid, M. Barz, Small 13, 1603694 (2017).
    doi:10.1002/smll.201603694

  22. Physical mechanisms of micro- and nanodomain formation in multicomponent lipid membranes
    F. Schmid, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1859, 509 (2017).
    doi:10.1016/j.bbamem.2016.10.021

  23. Combining cell-based hydrodynamics with hybrid particle-field simulations: Efficient and realistic simulation of structuring dynamics
    G. J. A. Sevink, F. Schmid, T. Kawakatsu, G. Milano, Soft Matter 13, 1594 (2017).
    doi:10.1039/C6SM02252A

  24. Protein corona composition of PEGylated nanoparticles correlates strongly with amino acid composition of protein surface
    G. Settanni, J. Zhou, T. Suo, S. Schöttler, K. Landfester, F. Schmid, V. Mailänder, Nanoscale 9, 2138 (2017).
    doi:10.1039/C6NR07022A

  25. Negative thermal expansion of quartz glass at low temperatures: An ab initio simulation study
    C. Scherer, J. Horbach, F. Schmid, M. Letz, J. Non-crystalline Solids 468, 82 (2017).
    doi:10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2017.04.035

  26. Polydisperse polymer brushes: Internal structure, critical behavior, and interaction with flow
    S. Qi, L. I. Klushin, A. M. Skvortsov, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 49, 9665 (2016).
    doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.6b02026

  27. Shear-aligned block copolymer monolayers as seeds to control the orientational order in cylinder-forming block copolymer thin films
    A. Abate, G. Vu, A. Pezzutti, N. Garcia, R. Davis, F. Schmid, R. Register, D. Vega, Macromolecules 49, 7588 (2016).
    doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.6b00816

  28. A hybrid particle-continuum resolution method and its application to a homopolymer solution
    S. Qi, H. Behringer, T. Raasch, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J. Spec. Top. 225, 1527 (2016).
    doi:10.1140/epjst/e2016-60096-8

  29. Computing bulk and shear viscosities from simulations of fluids with dissipative and stochastic interactions
    G. Jung, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 144, 204104 (2016).
    doi:10.1063/1.4950760

  30. Complex formation between polyelectrolytes and oppositely charged oligoelectrolytes
    J. Zhou, M. Barz, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 144, 164902 (2016).

  31. Modeling size controlled nanoparticle precipitation with the co-solvency method by spinodal decomposition
    S. Keßler, F. Schmid, K. Drese, Soft Matter 12, 7231 (2016).
    doi:10.1039/C6SM01198E

  32. Collective behavior of quorum-sensing run-and-tumble particles in confinement
    M. Rein, N. Heinß, F. Schmid, T. Speck, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 058102 (2016).

  33. Molecular dynamics simulations of the initial adsorption stages of fibrinogen on mica and graphite surfaces
    S. Köhler, F. Schmid, G. Settanni, Langmuir 48, 13180 (2015).
    doi:10.1021/acs.langmuir.5b00371

  34. Statistical properties of linear-hyperbranched graft copolymers prepared via ''hypergrafting'' of ABm monomers from linear B-functional core chains: A Molecular Dynamics simulation
    H. Rabbel, H. Frey, and F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 143, 243125 (2015).

  35. Interplay of curvature-induced micro- and nanodomain structures in multicomponent lipid bilayers
    L. Brodbek, F. Schmid, Int J Adv Eng Sci Appl Math 8, 111 (2016).
    doi:10.1007/s12572-015-0152-z ; SharedIt link

  36. Computer simulations of single particles in external electric fields
    J. Zhou and F. Schmid, Soft Matter 11, 6728 (2015).

  37. Stimuli-responsive brushes with active minority components: Monte Carlo study and analytical theory
    S. Qi, L. I. Klushin, A. M. Skvortsov, A. A. Polotsky, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 48, 3775 (2015).

  38. The internal dynamics of fibrinogen and its implications for coagulation and adsorption
    S. Köhler, F. Schmid, G. Settanni, PLOS Comput. Biol. 11, e1004346 (2015).
    doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004346

  39. Solvent determines nature of effective interactions between nanoparticles in polymer brushes
    Z. Lian, S. Qi, J. Zhou, F. Schmid, J. Phys. Chem. B 119, 4099 (2015).
    doi:10.1021/jp511911g

  40. Morphology control in biphasic hybrid systems of semiconducting materials
    F. Mathias, A. Fokina, K. Landfester, W. Tremel, F. Schmid, K. Char, R. Zentel, Macromolecular Rapid Communications 36, 959 (2015).
    doi:10.1002/marc.201400688

  41. An efficient dissipative particle dynamics-based algorithm for simulating electrolyte solutions
    S. Medina, J. Zhou, Z.-G. Wang, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 142, 024103 (2015).
    doi:10.1063/1.4905102

  42. Flows and mixing in channels with misaligned superhydrophobic walls
    T. V. Nizkaya, E. S. Asmolov, J. Zhou, F. Schmid, O. I. Vinogradova, Phys. Rev. E 91, 033020 (2015).

  43. The structure of cholesterol in lipid rafts
    L. Toppozini, S. Meinhardt, C. L. Armstrong, Z. Yamani, N. Kuvcerka, F. Schmid, M. Rheinstädter, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 228101 (2014).

  44. Sharp and fast: Sensors and switches based on polymer brushes with adsorption-active minority chains
    L.I. Klushin, A.M. Skvortsov, A.A. Polotsky, S. Qi, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 068303 (2014).
    See also APS focus story in Physics 7, 83 (2014).

  45. Strategy for good dispersion of well-defined tetrapods in semiconducting polymer materials
    J. Lim, L. zur Borg, S. Dolezel, F. Schmid, K. Char, R. Zentel, Macromolecular Rapid Communications 35, 1685 (2014).
    doi:10.1002/marc.201400314

  46. Computational studies of biomembrane systems: Theoretical considerations, computer simulation models, and applications
    M. Deserno, K. Kremer, H. Paulsen, C. Peter, F. Schmid, Advances in Polymer Science 260, 237 (2014).

  47. On ripples and rafts: Curvature induced nanoscale structures in lipid membranes
    F. Schmid, S. Dolezel, O. Lenz, S. Meinhardt, J. Physics: Conference Series 487, 012004 (2014).

  48. Computer simulation of flow past superhydrophobic striped surfaces
    J. Zhou, A. V. Belyaev, E. S. Asmolov, O. I. Vinogradova, F. Schmid, NIC Series 47, 407 (2014).

  49. The flexibility of fibrinogen and its initial adsorption stages at graphite and mica surfaces
    S. Köhler, F. Schmid, G. Settanni, NIC Series 47, 117 (2014).

  50. A Dissipative-Particle-Dynamics model for simulating dynamics of charged colloids
    J. Zhou, F. Schmid, in 'High performance computing in Science and Engineering' 13, W. E. Nagel et al eds., Springer (2014).

  51. Computer simulations of charged colloids in alternating electric fields
    J. Zhou, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J.: Special topics 222, 2911 (2013).

  52. Effective slippage on superhydrophobic trapezoidal grooves
    J. Zhou, E.S. Asmolov, F. Schmid, O.I. Vinogradova, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 174708 (2013).

  53. Self-consistent field approach for crosslinked copolymer materials
    F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 028303 (2013).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.028303

  54. Elastic properties and line tension of self-assembled bilayer membranes
    J. Li, K.A. Pastor, A.-C. Shi, F. Schmid, J. Zhou, Phys. Rev. E 88, 012718 (2013).

  55. Hyperbranched graft-copolymers by "Hypergrafting" of ABm monomers from polydisperse macroinitiator cores: Theory meets synthesis
    C. Schüll, H. Rabbel, F. Schmid, H. Frey, Macromolecules 46, 5823 (2013).
    doi:10.1002/ma401119r

  56. Dynamic and dielectric response of charged colloids in electrolyte solutions to external electric fields
    J. Zhou, R. Schmitz, B. Dünweg, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 024901 (2013).

  57. Using field theory to construct hybrid particle-continuum simulation schemes with adaptive resolution for soft matter systems
    S. Qi, H. Behringer, F. Schmid, New J. Physics 15, 125009 (2013).

  58. A hybrid particle-continuum model in soft-condensed matter simulations
    S. Qi, H. Behringer, F. Schmid, NIC Series 46, 193 (2013).

  59. The effective slip-length tensor for a flow over weakly stripping stripes
    E.S. Asmolov, J. Zhou, F. Schmid, O.I. Vinogradova, Phys. Rev. E 88, 023004 (2013).

  60. Monolayer curvature stabilizes nanoscale raft domains in mixed lipid bilayers
    S. Meinhardt, R.L.C. Vink, F. Schmid, PNAS 110, 4476 (2013).

  61. AC-field induced polarization for uncharged colloids in salt solution: A Dissipative Particle Dynamics simulation
    J. Zhou, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J. E 36, 33 (2013).

  62. A model for rod-coil block copolymers
    S. Dolezel, H. Behringer, F. Schmid, Polymer Science, Ser. C 55, 70 (2013).

  63. Interactions of membranes with coarse-grain proteins: A comparison
    J. Neder, P. Nielaba, B. West, F. Schmid, New J. Physics 14, 125017 (2012).

  64. Exploiting seeding of random number generators for efficient domain decomposition parallelization of dissipative particle dynamics
    Y. Afshar, F. Schmid, A. Pishevar, S. Worley, Comp. Phys. Comm. 184, 1119 (2013).

  65. A new algorithm for simulating flows of conducting fluids in the presence of electric fields
    M. Joulaian, A. Pishevar, S. Khajepor, F. Schmid, Y. Afshar, Comp. Phys. Comm. 183, 2405 (2012).

  66. Fluctuations in lipid bilayers: Are they understood?
    F. Schmid, Biophys. Rev. and Lett. 8, 1 (2013).

  67. Anisotropic flow in striped superhydrophobic channels
    J. Zhou, A. Belyaev, F. Schmid, O. Vinogradova, J. Chem. Phys. 136, 194706 (2012).

  68. Dielectric response of nanoscopic spherical colloids in alternating electric fields: A dissipative particle dynamics simulation
    J. Zhou, F. Schmid, J. Phys.: Cond. Matter 24, 464112 (2012).

  69. Mesoscopic simulation methods for studying flow and transport in electric fields in micro- and nanochannels
    J. Smiatek, F. Schmid, Advances in Microfluidics , Chapter 5 (invited), pp. 97-126, InTech Open Access Publisher (2012).

  70. Separation of chiral particles in nanofluidic channels
    S. Meinhardt, J. Smiatek, R. Eichhorn, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 214504 (2012).

  71. Reply to Comment on: ''Are stress-free membranes really 'tensionless'?''
    F. Schmid, EPL 97, 18002 (2012).

  72. Hybrid Lattice Boltzmann / Dynamic Self-Consistent Field simulations of microphase separation and vesicle formation in block copolymer systems,
    L. Zhang, G. J. A. Sevink, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 44, 9434 (2011).

  73. Membrane-mediated protein-protein interaction: A Monte Carlo study
    J. Neder, P. Nielaba, B. West, F. Schmid, Current Nanoscience 7, 656 (2011).

  74. Are stress-free membranes really 'tensionless'?
    F. Schmid, EPL 95, 28008 (2011).

  75. Theory and simulation of multiphase polymer systems
    F. Schmid, chapter 3 in Handbook of Multiphase Polymer Systems , Eds. A. Boudenne, L. Ibos, Y. Candau, S. Thomas, pp. 31-80 (Wiley, 2011).

  76. Analytical model for the long-distance tracer transport in plants
    J. Bühler, G. Huber, F. Schmid, P. Blümler, Journal of Theoretical Biology 270, 70 (2011).

  77. Mesoscopic simulations of electroosmotic flow and electrophoresis in nanochannels
    J. Smiatek, F. Schmid, Computer Physics Communications 182, 1941 (2011).

  78. A method to compute absolute free energies or enthalpies of fluids
    F. Schmid, T. Schilling, Physics Procedia 4, 131 (2010).

  79. Polyelectrolyte electrophoresis in nanochannels: A Dissipative Particle Dynamics simulation
    J. Smiatek, F. Schmid, J. Phys. Chem. B 114, 6266 (2010).

  80. Coarse-grained simulations of membranes under tension
    J. Neder, B. West, P. Nielaba, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 132, 115101 (2010).

  81. Membrane-protein interactions in lipid bilayers: Molecular simulations versus elastic theory
    B. West, F. Schmid, IAS Series Vol. 3, 279 (2010).

  82. Fluctuations and elastic properties of lipid membranes in the fluid and gel state: A coarse-grained Monte Carlo study
    B. West, F. Schmid, Soft Matter 6, 1275 (2010).

  83. Computing absolute free energies of disordered structures by molecular simulations
    T. Schilling, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 231102 (2009).

  84. Random copolymer adsorption: Morita approximation compared to exact numerical calculations
    A. Polotsky, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 04903 (2009).

  85. Mesoscopic simulations of the counterion-induced electroosmotic flow in nanochannels - a comparative study
    J. Smiatek, M. Sega, C. Holm, U.D. Schiller, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 244702 (2009).

  86. Toy amphiphiles on the computer: What can we learn from generic models?
    F. Schmid, Macromolecular Rapid Communications 30, 741 (2009).

  87. Membrane-protein interactions in a generic coarse-grained model for lipid bilayers
    B. West, F.L.H. Brown, F. Schmid, Biophysical Journal 96, 101 (2009).

  88. Influence of correlations on molecular recognition
    H. Behringer, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. E 78, 031903 (2008).

  89. Correlation effects in protein-protein recognition
    H. Behringer, F. Schmid, NIC-Series Vol. 40, 165-168 (2008).

  90. Spontaneous formation of complex micelles from homogeneous solution
    X.H. He, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 137802 (2008).
    See also Physical Review Focus, Vol. 21, Story 12.

  91. Effective protein interactions in a coarse-grained model for lipid membranes
    B. West, F. Schmid, NIC-Series Vol. 39, 271-278 (2008).

  92. Kinetically driven helix formation during homopolymer collapse processes
    S. A. Sabeur, F. Hamdache, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. E 77, 020802(R) (2008).

  93. Tunable-slip boundaries for coarse-grained simulations of fluid flow
    J. Smiatek, M. P. Allen, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J. E 26, 115 (2008).

  94. Coarse-grained lattice model for molecular recognition
    H. Behringer, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid, NIC-Series Vol. 36, 83-85 (2007).

  95. Coarse-grained lattice model for investigating the role of cooperativity in molecular recognition
    H. Behringer, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid, Physical Review E 76, 031914 (2007).

  96. Fluctuating interfaces in liquid crystals
    F. Schmid, G. Germano, S. Wolfsheimer, T. Schilling, Macromolecular Symposia 252, 110 (2007).

  97. Using prenucleation to control complex copolymeric vesicle formation in solution
    X. H. He, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 39, 8908 (2006).

  98. A generic model for lipid monolayers, bilayers, and membranes
    F. Schmid, D. Düchs, O. Lenz, B. West, Comp. Phys. Comm. 177, 168 (2007).

  99. Developing and analyzing idealized models for molecular recognition
    H. Behringer, T. Bogner, A. Polotsky, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid J. Biotechnology 129, 268 (2006).

  100. Structure of symmetric and asymmetric ripple phases in lipid bilayers
    O. Lenz, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 058104 (2007).

  101. A thermostat for molecular dynamics of complex fluids
    M. P. Allen, F. Schmid, Mol. Simulations 33, 21 (2007).

  102. A coarse-grained lattice model for molecular recognition
    H. Behringer, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 128101 (2006).

  103. Bistable anchoring of nematics on rough substrates
    F. Schmid, D. L. Cheung, Europhys. Lett. 76, 243 (2006).

  104. Stabilization of membrane pores by packing
    D. Bicout, F. Schmid, E. Kats, Phys. Rev. E 73, 060101(R) (2006).

  105. Dynamics of spontaneous vesicle formation in dilute solutions of amphiphilic diblock copolymers
    X. H. He, F. Schmid, Macromolecules 39, 2654 (2006).

  106. Coarse-grained models of complex fluids at equilibrium and under shear
    F. Schmid, in Computer Simulations in Condensed Matter: from Materials to Chemical Biology , Vol. 2, pp. 211-258, Eds. K. Binder, G. Ciccotti, M. Ferrario (Springer, Berlin, 2006).

  107. Isotropic-nematic transition in liquid crystals confined between rough walls
    D. Cheung, F. Schmid, Chem. Phys. Lett. 418, 392 (2006).

  108. Approaching criticality in polymer/polymer systems
    C. Carelli, R. A. L. Jones, R. N. Young, R. Cubitt, R. Dalgliesh, F. Schmid, M. Sferrazza, Phys. Rev. E 72, 031807 (2005).

  109. The effects of long-ranged and short-ranged forces in confined near-critical polymeric liquids
    C. Carelli, R. A. L. Jones, R. N. Young, R. Cubitt, R. Krastev, T. Gutberlet, R. Dalgliesh, F. Schmid, M. Sferrazza, Europhys. Lett. 71, 763 (2005).

  110. Nematic-isotropic interfaces under shear: A Molecular Dynamics simulation
    G. Germano, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 214703 (2005).

  111. Nematic liquid crystals at rough and fluctuating interfaces
    J. Elgeti, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J. E 18, 407 (2005).

  112. Fluctuations and defects in lamellar stacks of amphiphilic bilayers
    C. Loison, M. Mareschal, F. Schmid, Comp. Phys. Comm. 169, 99 (2005).

  113. Monte Carlo simulations of liquid crystals near rough walls
    D. Cheung, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 074902 (2005).

  114. Molecular recognition in a lattice model: An enumeration study
    T. Bogner, A. Degenhard, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 268108 (2005).

  115. Two-state migration of DNA in a structured Microchannel
    M. Streek, F. Schmid, T. T. Duong, D. Anselmetti, A. Ros, Phys. Rev. E 71, 011905 (2005).

  116. Incorporating fluctuations and dynamics in Self-Consistent Field theories for polymer blends
    M. Müller, F. Schmid, in Advances in Polymer Science 185, pp. 1-85 (Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005).

  117. Polymer adsorption onto random planar surfaces: Interplay of polymer and surface correlations
    A. Polotsky, F. Schmid, A. Degenhard, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 4853 (2004).

  118. Formation and structure of the microemulsion phase in ternary AB + A + B polymeric emulsions
    D. Düchs, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 2798 (2004).

  119. Pores in bilayer membranes of amphiphilic molecules: Coarse-grained Molecular Dynamics simulations compared with simple mesoscopic models
    C. Loison, M. Mareschal, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 1890 (2004).

  120. A density functional theory study of the confined soft ellipsoid fluid
    D. Cheung, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 9185 (2004).

  121. Influence of sequence correlations on the adsorption of random copolymers onto homogeneous planar surfaces
    A. Polotsky, F. Schmid, A. Degenhard, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 6246 (2004).

  122. A simple computer model for liquid lipid bilayers
    O. Lenz, F. Schmid, J. Mol. Liquids 117, 147 (2005).

  123. Mechanisms of DNA separation in entropic trap arrays: A Brownian Dynamics simulation
    M. Streek, F. Schmid, T. T. Duong, A. Ros, J. Biotechnology 112, 79 (2004).

  124. Surfactants at interfaces: Simulation of structure and phase behavior
    F. Schmid, D. D$#252;chs, O. Lenz, C. Loison, in ``Computational Soft Matter: From Synthetic Polymers to Proteins'', Lecture Notes, NIC-Series Vol. 23, 323 (2004).

  125. Fluctuations in polymer blends
    D. Düchs, F. Schmid, NIC-Series Vol. 20, 343 (2004).

  126. Simulation of nematic-isotropic phase coexistence in liquid crystals under shear
    G. Germano, F. Schmid, NIC-Series Vol. 20, 311 (2004).

  127. Size dependent free solution DNA electrophoresis in structured microfluidic systems
    T. T. Duong, G. Kim, R. Ros, M. Streek, F. Schmid, J. Brugger, A. Ros, D. Anselmetti, Microelectronic Engineering, 67, 905 (2003).

  128. Gel-free electrophoresis of lambda- and T2-DNA in structured microfluidic devices
    T. T. Duong, M. Streek, F. Schmid, A. Ros, D. Anselmetti, Schmid, Proceedings of μ-TAS 2003 1, 749-752 (2003).

  129. Fluctuation effects in ternary AB+A+B polymeric emulsions
    Dominik Düchs, Venkat Ganesan, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Friederike Schmid, Macromolecules, 36, 9237 (2003).

  130. Thermal fluctuations in a lamellar phase of a binary amphiphile-solvent mixture: a molecular dynamics study
    Claire Loison, Michel Mareschal, Kurt Kremer, Friederike Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 13138 (2003).

  131. Local structure in nematic and isotropic liquid crystals
    Nguyen Hoang Phuong, Friederike Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 1214 (2003).

  132. A Rosenfeld density functional for anisotropic fluids
    G. Cinacchi, F. Schmid, J. Physics: Cond. Matter, 14, 12223 (2002).

  133. Simulations of liquid crystals: bulk structure and interfacial properties
    N. Akino, G. Germano, N. H. Phuong, F. Schmid, M. P. Allen, NIC-Series Vol. 9, 335 (2002).

  134. Surface anchoring on layers of grafted liquid-crystalline chain molecules: A computer simulation
    H. Lange, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 117, 362 (2002).

  135. Spatial order in liquid crystals: Computer simulations of systems of ellipsoids
    F. Schmid, Nguyen H. Phuong, in ``Morphology of Condensed Matter: Physics and Geometry of Spatially Complex Systems'', p. 172, Lecture Notes in Physics, K. Mecke and D. Stoyan eds., Springer Verlag (2002).

  136. An anchoring transition at surfaces with grafted liquid-crystalline chain molecules
    H. Lange, F. Schmid, Eur. Phys. J. E 7, 175 (2002).

  137. Wetting of a symmetrical binary fluid on a wall
    N. Wilding, F. Schmid, Computer Physics Communication 147, 149 (2002).

  138. Surface anchoring on liquid crystalline polymer brushes
    H. Lange, F. Schmid, Computer Physics Communication 147, 276 (2002).

  139. The direct correlation function in nematic liquid crystals from computer simulation
    N. H. Phuong, G. Germano, F. Schmid, Computer Physics Communication 147, 350 (2002).

  140. Elastic constants from direct correlation functions in nematic liquid crystals: A computer simulation study
    N. H. Phuong, G. Germano, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys 115, 7227 (2001).

  141. Critical phenomena at the surface of systems undergoing a bulk first order transition: Are they understood?
    K. Binder, F. F. Haas, and F. Schmid, "Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics" XIV, p. 85-96, Eds. D. P. Landau, S. P. Lewis, and H. B. Schüttler (Springer, Heidelberg, 2002).

  142. Phase behaviour of amphiphilic monolayers: Theory and simulation
    D. Düchs, F. Schmid, J. Phys.: Cond. Matter 13, 4853 (2001).

  143. Molecular Dynamics study of the nematic-isotropic interface
    N. Akino, F. Schmid, M. P. Allen, Phys. Rev. E 63, 041706 (2001).

  144. Computer simulations of self-assembled monolayers
    F. Schmid, C. Stadler, D. Düchs, J. Phys: Cond. Matter 13, 8653 (2001).

  145. Wetting of a symmetrical binary fluid mixture on a wall
    F. Schmid, N. B. Wilding, Phys. Rev. E 63, 031201 (2001).

  146. "Intrinsic" profiles and capillary waves at interfaces between coexisting phases in polymer blends
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid, Adv. in Colloid and Interface Science 94, 237 (2001).

  147. Surface tension of the isotropic-nematic interface
    A. J. McDonald, M. P. Allen, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. E 63, 010701(R) (2001).

  148. Surface induced disorder in body-centered cubic alloys
    F.F. Haas, F. Schmid, K. Binder, Phys. Rev. B. 61, 15077 (2000).

  149. Order and disorder phenomena at surfaces of binary alloys
    F.F. Haas, F. Schmid, K. Binder, in ''Properties of Inorganic Solids 2'', 77, Kluwer Academic, New York (2000).

  150. Systems involving surfactants
    F. Schmid, Chapter 13 of ``Computational methods in colloid and interface science'', p. 631, edt. M. Borowko, Marcel Dekker inc., 2000.

  151. Phase behavior of grafted chain molecules: Effect of head size and chain length
    C. Stadler, F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 9697 (1999).

  152. Short grafted chains: Monte Carlo simulations of a model for monolayers of amphiphiles
    C. Stadler, H. Lange, F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. E 59, 4248 (1999).

  153. How simulations can clarify phase transitions of complex materials
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid, Computing in Science and Engineering 1, Vol. 3, 10 (1999).

  154. Interfacial profiles between coexisting phases in thin films: Cahn Hilliard treatment versus capillary waves
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid, A. Werner, J. Stat. Phys. 95, 1045 (1999).

  155. Monte Carlo simulations of copolymers at homopolymer interfaces: Interfacial structure as a function of the copolymer density
    A. Werner, F. Schmid, M. Müller, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 5370 (1999).

  156. Intrinsic profiles and capillary waves at homopolymer interfaces: A Monte Carlo study
    A. Werner, F. Schmid, M. Müller, K. Binder, Phys. Rev. E 59, 728 (1999).

  157. Effect of long range forces on the interfacial profiles in thin binary polymer films
    A. Werner, M. Müller, F. Schmid, K. Binder, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 1221 (1999).

  158. Self-consistent field theories for complex fluids
    F. Schmid, Topical review, Journ. of Physics: Cond. Matt. 10, 8105 (1998).

  159. Interfaces in immiscible polymer blends: A Monte Carlo simulation approach on the CRAY T3E.
    A. Werner, M.Müller, F.Schmid, K.Binder, in High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering, 176, E.Kramer and W. Jäger (Eds), Springer Verlag (1998).

  160. Monte Carlo simulations of interfaces in polymer blends
    M. Müller, F. Schmid, Annual Reviews in Computational Physics VI, pp. 59-127, D. Stauffer edt., World Scientific, Singapore (1999).

  161. Liquid-vapour phase behaviour of a symmetrical binary fluid mixture
    N.B. Wilding, F. Schmid, P. Nielaba, Phys. Rev. E 58, 2201 (1998).

  162. Simulation of interfaces between coexisting phases in materials
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid, A. Werner, Journal of Computer aided Materials Design 4, 137 (1998).

  163. Theoretical modeling of Langmuir monolayers
    F. Schmid, C. Stadler, H. Lange, Colloids and Surfaces A 149, 301 (1999).

  164. Interfaces between coexisting phases in polymer mixtures: What can we learn from Monte Carlo Simulations?
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid and A. Werner, Macromolecular Symposia 139, 1, (1999).

  165. Interfaces in partly compatible polymer mixtures: A Monte Carlo simulation approach
    K. Binder, M. Müller, F. Schmid, and A. Werner, Physica A 249, 293 (1998).

  166. Was kann die Computersimulation für die Materialwissenschaft leisten?
    K. Binder, W. Kob, M. Müller, P. Nielaba, W. Paul, F. Schmid, in ``Forschungsmagazin der Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz'' 13, 6 (1997).

  167. Anomalous size-dependence of interfacial profiles between coexisting phases of polymer mixtures in thin film geometry: A Monte-Carlo simulation
    A. Werner, F. Schmid, M. Müller, and K. Binder, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 8175 (1997).

  168. Monte Carlo simulation of Langmuir monolayer models
    F. Schmid, C. Stadler, H. Lange, Computer Simulations in Condensed Matter Physics X, p. 37, D. Landau, K.K. Mon, H.B. Schüttler eds., Springer, Heidelberg 1998.

  169. Influence of the head group size on the direction of tilt in Langmuir monolayers
    F. Schmid, H. Lange, J. Chem. Phys. 106, 3757 (1997).

  170. Stabilization of tilt order by chain flexibility in Langmuir monolayers
    F. Schmid, Phys. Rev. E. 55, 5774 (1997).

  171. Simulation von Phasengrenzflächen in Polymermischungen
    F. Schmid, M. Müller, A. Werner, K. Binder, Freiberger Forschungshefte B 279, 201 (1996).

  172. Diblock copolymers at a homopolymer-homopolymer - interface: A Monte Carlo simulation
    A. Werner, F. Schmid, K. Binder, M. Müller, Macromolecules 29, 8241 (1996).

  173. Grafted rods: A tilting phase transition
    F. Schmid, D. Johannsmann, A. Halperin, J. Physique II 6, 1331 (1996).

  174. A Self consistent field approach to surfaces of compressible polymer blends
    F. Schmid, J. Chem. Phys. 104, 9191 (1996).

  175. Surface ordering and surface segregation in binary alloys
    F. Schmid, in "Stability of Materials", 173, NATO-ASI Series (1996).
    doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-0385-5_7

  176. Errors in Monte Carlo simulations using shift register random number generators
    F. Schmid, N.B. Wilding, Intn. Journ. Mod. Phys C 6, 781 (1995).

  177. Quantitative comparison of self consistent field theories for polymers near interfaces with Monte Carlo simulations
    F. Schmid, M. Müller, Macromolecules 28, 8639 (1995).
    doi:10.1021/ma00129a024

  178. Effect of fluctuations on the wetting transition in amphiphilic systems
    F. Schmid, M. Schick, J. Chem. Phys. 102, 7197 (1995).
    doi:10.1063/1.469114

  179. Effect of capillary wave fluctuations on wetting transitions in balanced amphiphilic systems
    F. Schmid, M. Schick, Zeitschr. f. Physik B 97, 189 (1995).
    doi:10.1007/BF01307469

  180. Liquid phases of Langmuir monolayers
    F. Schmid, M. Schick, J. Chem. Phys. 102, 2080 (1995).
    doi:10.1063/1.468729

  181. Spinodal phase separation in complex fluids
    F. Schmid, R. Blossey, J. Physique II (France) 4, 1195 (1994).
    doi:10.1051/jp2:1994194

  182. Monte Carlo study of interfacial properties in an amphiphilic system
    F. Schmid, M. Schick, Phys. Rev. E 49, 494 (1994).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.49.494

  183. Phase transitions of a confined complex fluid
    F. Schmid, M. Schick, Phys. Rev. E 48, 1882 (1993).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.48.1882

  184. Surface order in body-centered cubic alloys
    F. Schmid, Zeitschr. f. Phys. B 91, 77 (1993).
    doi:10.1007/BF01316711

  185. Monte Carlo Simulations of body centered cubic alloys
    F. Schmid, K. Binder, in "Metallic Alloys: Theoretical and Experimental Perspectives", 261, NATO-ASI Series, (1993).
    doi:10.1007/978-94-011-1092-1_29

  186. Monte Carlo investigation of interface roughening in a bcc-based binary alloy
    F. Schmid, K. Binder, Phys. Rev. B 46, 13565 (1992).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.46.13565

  187. Rough interfaces in a bcc-based binary alloy
    F. Schmid, K. Binder, Phys. Rev. B 46, 13553 (1992).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.46.13553

  188. Modelling order-disorder and magnetic transitions in iron-aluminium alloys
    F. Schmid, K. Binder, J. Phys.: Cond. Matter 4, 3569 (1992).
    doi:10.1088/0953-8984/4/13/019

  189. Lattice-distortion-mediated local jumps of hydrogen in niobium from diffuse neutron scattering
    H. Dosch, F. Schmid, P. Wiethoff, J. Peisl, Phys. Rev. B 46, 55 (1992).
    doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.46.55