Simon Stephan's research focuses on Molecular Thermodynamics.
- Prediction of thermophysical properties using molecular-based models
- Modeling, simulation and experiments on fluid interfacial properties
- Investigation of nanotribological systems by molecular simulation
- Software and method development for molecular simulations based on classical force fields and for molecular-based equations of state
- Investigation of the reproducibility of computer experiments
- Molekulare Thermodynamik (molecular thermodynamics)
- Grenzflächenthermodynamik (interfacial thermodynamics)
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|seit 07/2021||Juniorprofessor for Molecular Thermodynamics, TU Kaiserslautern|
|02/2021 - 06/2021||Postdoc at the Chair of Thermodynamics and Thermal Separation Processesan at TU Berlin|
|08/2020 - 01/2021||Postdoc at the Molecular Systems Engineering Group, Imperial College London, UK|
|06/2020||PhD (Dr.-Ing.) on "Vapor-Liquid Interfaces: Molecular Simulation, Density Gradient Theory, and Experiments" at TU Kaiserslautern|
|Research stay in the group of Prof. Walter G. Chapman at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular|
Engineering, Rice University, Houston, USA
|02/2016 - 07/2020||Researcher at the Laboratory of Engineering Thermodynamics (LTD), TU Kaiserslautern|
|03/2015 - 08/2015||Research stay in the group of Dr. Patrick Ilg at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Reading, UK|
|10/2009 - 12/2015|
Studies in mechanical engineering and power engineering at TU Dresden, degree: Dipl.-Ing.