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1998

1999

  • S. Pal, M. Hanauske, I. Zakout, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Neutron star properties in the quark-meson coupling model; Phys. Rev. C 60 (1999) 015802; arxiv.org: astro-ph/9905010

  • Conference: Latest Developments in Gravitational Theory, Bad Honnef, Germany (1999); Presentation: Properties of Rotating Neutronstars in QCD-motivated Models; Slides

2000

  • M. Hanauske, D. Zschiesche, S. Pal, S. Schramm, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Neutron star properties in a chiral SU(3) model; Astrophys. J. 537, 958 (2000); arxiv.org: astro-ph/9909052

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Physics of Hadrons and Nuclei, Dresden, Germany (2000); Poster: Properties of Neutron-, Hybrid- and Quark Stars in QCD-motivated Models; Poster

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Gravitation and Theory of Relativity, Dresden, Germany (2000); Presentation: Structure and Stability of Neutron-, Hybrid- and Quark Stars in QCD-motivated Models

  • Workshop: International Workshop on Physics of Neutron Star Interiors, (ECT* Workshop), Trento, Italy, June 19 - July 7 (2000); Presentation: Neutron Star Properties in QCD motivated Models

2001

  • M. Hanauske, and W. Greiner; Neutron star properties in a QCD-motivated model; Gen. Rel. and Gr. 33, p. 739-755 (2001) GRG:

  • M. Hanauske, L.M. Satarov, I.N. Mishustin, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Strange quark stars within the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model; Phys. Rev. D 64, 043005 (2001) arxiv.org: astro-ph/0101267

  • M. Hanauske, L.M. Satarov, I.N. Mishustin, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Neutron and strange Quark stars; TESTIMONIONS: Marcos Moshinsky en la Ciencia Mexicana

  • Conference: 40th International University Weeks for Nuclei and Particle Physics (Dense Matter), Schladming, Austria (March 2001); Presentation: Properties Neutron Stars within QCD motivated Models

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Gravitation and Theory of Relativity, Bonn, Germany (2001); Presentation: Hyperon Stars and Quark Stars as Neutronstar-Twins

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Physics of Hadrons and Nuclei, Erlangen, Germany (2001); Presentation: Impact of the Equation of State on Neutronstar Properties

  • Talk at the Albert Einstein Institute (Max Plank Institute Gravitational Physics), Potsdam, Germany, June (2001); Title: Compact Stars as Sources for Gravitational Waves

  • Conference: GR16, Durban, South Africa (July 2001); Presentation: Properties of Compact Stars within QCD motivated Models

2002

  • J. Schaffner-Bielich, M. Hanauske, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Phase Transition to Hyperon Matter in Neutron Stars; Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 171101 (2002) arxiv.org: astro-ph/0005490

  • M. Hanauske, D. Zschiesche, U. Eichmann, L.M. Satarov, I.N. Mishustin, J. Schaffner-Bielich, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Theory of Compact Stars; XEUS - Studying the Evolution of the Hot Universe International Workshop at MPE Garching XEUS Workshop

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Gravitation and Theory of Relativity, Leibzig, Germany (2002); Presentation: About the possibility to understand properties of the strong interaction with the use of gravitational detectors

  • Conference: International Conference on Theoretical Physics TH2002, UNESCO-Center, Paris, France (July 2002); Poster: Astrophysical Observables of the Quark Gluon Plasma

  • Conference: AG2002 International Scientific Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society, Berlin, Germany (Sept. 2002); Poster: A Theory of Modern ART

2003

  • I.N. Mishustin, M. Hanauske, A. Bhattacharyya, L.M. Satarov, H. Stöcker, and W. Greiner; Catastrophic rearrangement of a compact star due to quark core formation; Physics Letters B 552 (2003) p.1-8 arxiv.org: hep-ph/0210422

  • Igor Shovkovy, Matthias Hanauske, and Mei Huang; Nonstrange hybrid compact stars with color superconducting matter; Phys. Rev. D 67 103004 (2003) arxiv.org: hep-ph/0303027

  • Igor Shovkovy, Matthias Hanauske, and Mei Huang; Two flavor color superconductivity and compact stars; International Workshop on QCD: QCD@Work 2003 - Conversano (Italy) arxiv.org: hep-ph/0310286

  • Matthias Hanauske; How to detect the QGP with telescopes; GSI Annual Report 2003 p.96 GSI Report 2003

  • Conference: 41th International University Weeks for Nuclei and Particle Physics (Flavor Physics), Schladming, Austria (Feb. 2003); Presentation: Compact Stars: Astrophysical Objects with Flavor

  • Talk at the Marathon-Lecture for free Education, Frankfurt, Germany (Nov. 2003); Presentation: About the current political and universitary situation: 'Theory of Black Holes'; Slides

2004

  • S. Banik, M. Hanauske, D. Bandyopadhyay, and W. Greiner; Rotating compact stars with exotic matter; Phys. Rev. D 70, 123004 (2004) arxiv.org: astro-ph/0406315

  • A. Bhattacharyya, S.K. Ghosh, M. Hanauske, and W. Raha; Rotating Twin Stars and Signature of Quark-Hadron Phase Transition; Astron.Astrophys. 418 (2004) 795-799 arxiv.org: astro-ph/0406509

  • S. R"uster, M. Hempel, M. Hanauske, J. Schaffner-Bielich; Neutron-rich isotopes in the outer crust of neutron stars; GSI Jahresbericht 2004 p. 110 GSI Report 2004

  • Matthias Hanauske; Dissertation: Properties of Compact Stars within QCD-motivated Models; University Library Publication 2004 UB Frankfurt

  • Talk at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics and the Scotish Church College, Kolkata, India (March 2004); Presentation: Neutron Stars, Quark Stars and Black Holes

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Gravitation and Theory of Relativity (On the Occasion of the 125th Birthday of Albert Einstein), Ulm, Germany (March 2004), ; Presentation: Neutron Stars, Quark Stars and Black Holes

2005

  • Sarmistha Banik, Matthias Hanauske and Debades Bandyopadhyay; Strange matter in rotating compact stars; J.Phys. G 31 p. 841-848 (2005) arxiv.org: nucl-th/0412110

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Gravitation and Theory of Relativity, Berlin, Germany (March 2005); Presentation: Compact Stars as Sources for Gravitational Waves

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Didactic of Physics, Berlin, Germany (March 2005); Presentation: Physics with the Computer for Undergraduate Students

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Didactic of Physics, Berlin, Germany (March 2005); Presentation: Modern Art and Architecture as a Device for the Educational Illustration of Physical Phenomena

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Philosophy of Physics, Berlin, Germany (March 2005); Presentation: About the Constraints of Awareness: Quark Confinement and Event Horizon

  • Matthias Hanauske; Lateral Thougts: Black Holes and the German Reichstag; Physics World 18(10), page 64 (2005) pre-version

2006

  • S. Bernius, M. Hanauske, R.B. Fladung, B. Dugall, W. König; Determinands of Journalprices; ABI-Technik 26(1) (2006) ABI-Technik

  • Matthias Hanauske, Steffen Bernius and Berndt Dugall; Quantum Game Theory and Open Access Publishing; Physica A 382(2) (2007) p. 650-664 arxiv.org: physics/0612234

  • Research Kolloquium of the Prof. K\"onig Group, (Feb. 2006); Presentation: The Reputation Cycle on the Scientific Publishing Market; Slides

  • Talk at the Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Berlin, Germany (July 2006); Presentation: Black Holes and the German Reichstag; Movie

2007

  • M. Hanauske and S. Bernius and W. König and B. Dugall; Experimental Validation of Quantum Game Theory; Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory (LOFT 2008) arxiv.org: 0707.3068v1

  • S. Bernius and M. Hanauske; WI-Keyword: Open Access; WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK 49 (2007) S:456-459

  • Talk at the Parmenides Institute, Munich; Presentation: Quantum Game Theory and its Areas of Application; Slides

  • Research Kolloquium of the Prof. K\"onig Group, (Feb. 2007); Presentation: Econophysics and Quantum Game Theory and Scientific Publishing and alternative Picing Mechanism; Slides

2008

  • W. König and S. Bernius and M. Hanauske; Networks in Science - Consequences of Open Access on the Distribution of Scientific Results; In: Kortzfleisch, Harald F. O.; Bohl, Oliver (Hrsg.): Knowledge, Networks, Virtualization Josef Eul Verlag, Lohmar (2008)

  • S. Bernius and M. Hanauske; Open Access to Scientific Literatur - Increasing citations as an incentive for authors to make their publications freely accessible; Proceedings of the 42th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICS

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Symposium: Game theory in dynamical systems, Berlin (2008); Presentation: About the Applicability of Quantum Game Theoretical Concepts in actual 2x2 - Decision Situations; Slides

  • Talk at the Applied Microeconomics and Organisations Seminar, Frankfurt; Presentation: Quantum Game Theory and Co-operation; Slides

  • Conference: 8th Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory, Amsterdam (July 2008); Presentation: Experimental Validation of Quantum Game Theory; Conference Page

  • Conference: Third World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Chicago, USA (July 2008); Presentation: Quantum Game Theory and Cooperation; Slides

2009

  • S. Bernius, M. Hanauske, W. König and B. Dugall; Open Access Modells and their Implications for the Players on the Scientific Publishing Market; Economic Analysis and Policy Volume 39, Issue 1, p. 103-115 EAP

  • Bernius, Steffen; Hanauske, Matthias and Dugall, Berndt; From traditional Scientific Communication to Science 2.0: An empirical Study on the Usage of Social Software in University Research; ABI-Technik 4 (2009)

2010

  • M. Hanauske, W. König and B. Dugall; Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory and Scientific Communication; Paper at the ''Second Brasilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society'' In honor of JOHN NASH, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Nash equilibrium BWGT2010

  • M. Hanauske, J. Kunz, S. Bernius and W. König; Doves and hawks in economics revisited: An evolutionary quantum game theory-based analysis of financial crises; Physica A 389, p. 5084-5102 arxiv.org: 0904.2113, SSRN:1597735, RePEc:pra:mprapa:14680

  • Conference: Open-Access-Days 2009, Konstanz, Germany (October 2009); Presentation: Open Access business models and evolutionary stable strategies; Conference page

  • Visiting Professor in the frame of the MINERVE program at the University of Lyon, Lyon, France; Lecture: Advances in Evolutionary Game Theory; Lecture notes

  • Talk at the Graduiertenkolleg 1276/1 ''Structure formation and transport in complex systems'', Saarbr├╝cken, Germany (Feb. 2010); Presentation: Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory; Abstact

  • Conference: DPG Spring Meeting, Section: Physics of Socio-Economic Systems Division, Regensburg, Germany (March 2010); Presentation: Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory; Conference page

  • Conference: Second Brasilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society, in honor of JOHN NASH, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Nash equilibrium, Sao Paulo (Brasil); Presentation: Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory and Scientific Communication; Slides

  • Talk at the Political-Economic Colloquium of the University Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany (Oct. 2010); Presentation: Introduction to Quantum Game Theory

  • Talk at the Max Plank Institute for Economy, Jena, Germany (Nov. 2010); Presentation: Quantum Games

2011

  • Matthias Hanauske; Second Dissertation (Economics): Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory in the Context of Socio-Economic Systems; University Library Publication 2011 UB Frankfurt

  • Disputation: Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory in the Context of Socio-Economic Systems, Frankfurt, Germany (Feb. 2011)

  • Lecture course at the International School of Management (ISM), in cooperation with the did german-institute, Frankfurt, Germany; Title: Money, Money, Money: The Economic and Financial Life in Germany -- A Game-Theoretical Introduction; Lecture notes

2012

  • Matthias Hanauske; Evolutionary Game Theory and Complex Networks of Scientific Information; Models of Science Dynamics - Encounters Between Complexity Theory and Information Science Spinger book of the Complexity Series Spinger book

  • Tutorial of the Meso-Bio-Nano Science group at the Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies: Computational methods in Meso-Bio-Nano Science, , Frankfurt, Germany (April 2012); Lecture 12: Parallel Programming with OpenMP and MPI; Slides

  • Tutorial of the Meso-Bio-Nano Science group at the Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies: Computational methods in Meso-Bio-Nano Science, Frankfurt, Germany (April 2012); Lecture 13: Maple; Slides

  • Talk at the Seminar of the Meso-Bio-Nano Science group at the Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany (May 2012); Presentation: Parallelization of molecular dynamic simulations in respect to Nano-Titanium systems; Slides

  • Lecture representation in the phd-course Complex Systems of Prof. Jochen Triesch, ; Presentation: Evolutionary Game Theory - A Method for the Study of Complex Systems; Lecture notes

  • Talk at the FIGSS-Seminar at the Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany (July 2012); Presentation: Evolutionary Quantum Game Theory in the Context of Socio-Economic Networks; Slides

2013

  • S. Bernius, M. Hanauske, B. Dugall and W. König; Exploring the effects of a transition to open accesss: Insights from a simulation study; Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64(4), p. 701-726, (2013) JASIS

  • A.V. Verkhovtsev, A.V. Yakubovich, G.B. Sushko, M. Hanauske and A.V. Solov'yov; Molecular dynamics simulations of the nanoindentation process of titanium crystal; Computational Materials Science 76, p. 20-26, (2013) Sciencedirect

  • A.V. Verkhovtsev, M. Hanauske, A.V. Yakubovich, and A.V. Solov'yov; Characterization of small pure and Ni-doped titanium clusters: Ab initio versus classical approaches; Computational Materials Science 76, p. 80-88, (2013) Sciencedirect

  • A.V. Yakubovich, A.V. Verkhovtsev, M. Hanauske and A.V. Solov'yov; Computer simulation of diffusion process at interfaces of nickel and titanium crystals; Computational Materials Science 76, p. 60-64, (2013) Sciencedirect

Papers and Talks

In 1998, I finished my Diploma thesis in Konstanz at the Fieldtheory and Gravitation-Group of Prof. Heinz Dehnen. The topic of the thesis was about a gauge theoretical formulation of general relativity by means of a novel Higgs-field Ansatz using space-time dependent Dirac matrices.

Then started to work at the department of Theoretical Physics at the J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, and he began my PhD in theoretical physics with Prof. Walter Greiner and Prof. Horst Stöcker as thesis-advisors. In 2004 I finished my PhD on Compact stars within QCD-motivated models.

From 2005 on until 2011 I worked at the Institute of Information Systems in the economics faculty of the Goethe University. In 2011, I finished my second dissertation on a subject related to evolutionary game theory and complex networks of socio-economic systems.

In 2012, after a lectureship at the International School of Management I was employed as a postdoctorate in the Meso-Bio-Nano Science-Group at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS) in Frankfurt am Main. At the FIAS, I worked on the parallelization of a multi-purpose computer code for studying the structure and dynamics of nanoparticles and biomolecules.

Now, I work again at the department of Theoretical Physics in the Relativistic Astrophysic-Group of Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla.

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