# Matthias Hanauske

**Phone:** +49 (0) 69 798 47888

**email:** (@th.physik.uni-frankfurt.de) hanauske

Since September 2014 I am working in the relativistc astrophysics/numerical relativity group of Prof. Luciano Rezzolla at the department of Theoretical Physics at the J.W. Goethe-University in Frankfurt am Main.

## Research interests

My main topic of research are compact stars (neutron stars, hybrid stars and quark stars) and numerical methods for hydrodynamics in general relativity. I am also interested in gauge theory, evolutionary game theory, socio-economical systems, complex networks, agent-based computations, and structure and dynamics of nanoparticles and biomolecules.

## Biographical remarks

I have studied theoretical physics and astrophysics at the University Frankfurt and Konstanz. 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 I started to work at the department of *Theoretical Physics* at the J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, and began my PhD in theoretical physics with Prof. Walter Greiner and Prof. Horst Stöcker as thesis-advisors. In 2004, I finished my PhD on *Properties of Compact Stars within QCD-motivated Models*. From 2005 to 2011, I worked at the *Institute of Information Systems* in the economics faculty of the Goethe University. In 2011, I finished my second PhD 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 postdoc at 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 multi-purpose computer code for studying the structure and dynamics of nanoparticles and biomolecules. Now, I am working again at the department of *Theoretical Physics* in the *Relativistic Astrophysic*-Group of Prof. Luciano Rezzolla.

## Teaching

Lecture: Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie mit dem Computer (General Theory of Relativity on the Computer); SS 2016, on Mondays 4:00-6:00 pm, PC-Pool 01.120

## List of publications and talks

1998

- M. Hanauske;
**Nonlinear extension of the Spin-Gauge Theory of Gravitation**;*Diploma Thesis*;*1998*; Univ.-Bibliothek Frankfurt am Main: urn:nbn:de:hebis:30-6781

- A. Geitner, M. Hanauske, and E. Hitzer;
**New Higgs Field Ansatz for Effective Gravity in Flat Space Time**;*Acta Phys. Pol. B*:*29 (4) (1998) (971-980)*; arxiv.org: gr-qc/9801048

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 university 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. Rüster, 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 Thoughts: 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. König 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. König 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 2×2 – 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*BWGT2010

of Nash equilibrium

- 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”*, Saarbrücken, 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