- Emergence of Lévy walks in systems of interacting individuals

Author(s): Sergei Fedotov and Nickolay KorabelWe propose a model of superdiffusive Lévy walk as an emergent nonlinear phenomenon in systems of interacting individuals. The aim is to provide a qualitat … - Ultrametricity of optimal transport substates for multiple interacting paths over a square lattice network

Author(s): Marco Cogoni, Giovanni Busonera, and Gianluigi ZanettiWe model a set of point-to-point transports on a network as a system of polydisperse interacting self-avoiding walks (SAWs) over a fini … - Quantum walks: The first detected passage time problem

Author(s): H. Friedman, D. A. Kessler, and E. BarkaiThis paper aims to extend the first-passage problem to quantum walks. Starting from the Schrödinger equation and applying projective measurements at … - Chimera patterns in two-dimensional networks of coupled neurons

Author(s): Alexander Schmidt, Theodoros Kasimatis, Johanne Hizanidis, Astero Provata, and Philipp HövelWe discuss synchronization patterns in networks of FitzHugh-Nagumo and leaky integrate-and-fire o … - Shear transformation distribution and activation in glasses at the atomic scale

Author(s): F. Boioli, T. Albaret, and D. RodneyWe characterize shear transformations (STs) at the atomic scale in a model of amorphous silicon using a mapping on Eshelby inclusions. We investigate the … - Asymmetric transmission of sound wave in cavitating liquids

Author(s): Xun Wang, Weizhong Chen, Shengde Liang, Taiyang Zhao, and Jinfu LiangTwo modes of the asymmetric sound transmission are observed experimentally in a one-dimensional system composed of coupl … - Low thermal fluctuations in a system heated out of equilibrium

Author(s): Mickael Geitner, Felipe Aguilar Sandoval, Eric Bertin, and Ludovic BellonWe study the mechanical fluctuations of a micrometer sized silicon cantilever subjected to a strong heat flow, thus … - Performance of a quantum heat engine at strong reservoir coupling

Author(s): David Newman, Florian Mintert, and Ahsan NazirWe study a quantum heat engine at strong coupling between the system and the thermal reservoirs. Exploiting a collective coordinate mapping, we … - Efficient approach to the free energy of crystals via Monte Carlo simulations: Application to continuous and orientation-dependent potentials

Author(s): G. Navascués and E. VelascoWe extend a recently proposed approach to determine the absolute free energy of crystalline phases [Phys. Rev. E 92, 022103 (2015)] to systems with continuous and … - Bubblelike structures generated by activation of internal shape modes in two-dimensional sine-Gordon line solitons

Author(s): Mónica A. García-Ñustes, Juan F. Marín, and Jorge A. GonzálezNonlinear waves that collide with localized defects exhibit complex behavior. Apart from reflection, transmission, and annihilat … - From solitons to rogue waves in nonlinear left-handed metamaterials

Author(s): Yannan Shen, P. G. Kevrekidis, G. P. Veldes, D. J. Frantzeskakis, D. DiMarzio, X. Lan, and V. RadisicIn the present work, we explore soliton and roguelike wave solutions in the transmission … - Variable species densities are induced by volume exclusion interactions upon domain growth

Author(s): Robert J. H. Ross, C. A. Yates, and R. E. BakerIn this work we study the effect of domain growth on spatial correlations in agent populations containing multiple species. This is important … - Anomalous diffusion in viscoelastic media with active force dipoles

Author(s): Kento Yasuda, Ryuichi Okamoto, and Shigeyuki KomuraWith the use of the “two-fluid model,” we discuss anomalous diffusion induced by active force dipoles in viscoelastic media. Active force … - Modulation of unpolarized light in planar-aligned subwavelength-pitch deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystals

Author(s): Vladimir V. Kesaev, Alexei D. Kiselev, and Evgeny P. PozhidaevWe study the electro-optic properties of subwavelength-pitch deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystals (DHFLC) illuminated w … - Scale dependence of multiplier distributions for particle concentration, enstrophy, and dissipation in the inertial range of homogeneous turbulence

Author(s): Thomas Hartlep, Jeffrey N. Cuzzi, and Brian WestonTurbulent flows preferentially concentrate inertial particles depending on their stopping time or Stokes number, which can lead to signific … - Robustness of spatial patterns in buffered reaction-diffusion systems and its reciprocity with phase plasticity

Author(s): Tetsuhiro S. Hatakeyama and Kunihiko KanekoThe robustness of spatial patterns against perturbations is an indispensable property of developmental processes for organisms, which need to adap … - Breakdown of nonlinear elasticity in stress-controlled thermal amorphous solids

Author(s): Vladimir Dailidonis, Valery Ilyin, Itamar Procaccia, and Carmel A. B. Z. ShorIn recent work it was clarified that amorphous solids under strain control do not possess nonlinear elastic theo … - Development and regression of a large fluctuation

Author(s): Federico CorberiWe study the evolution leading to (or regressing from) a large fluctuation in a statistical mechanical system. We introduce and study analytically a simple model of many ide … - Numerical study of continuous and discontinuous dynamical phase transitions for boundary-driven systems

Author(s): Ohad Shpielberg, Yaroslav Don, and Eric AkkermansThe existence and search for thermodynamic phase transitions is of unfading interest. In this paper, we present numerical evidence of dynami … - Development of kinks in car-following models

Author(s): Douglas A. KurtzeMany car-following models of traffic flow admit the possibility of absolute stability, a situation in which uniform traffic flow at any spacing is linearly stable. Near the … - Cell-alignment patterns in the collective migration of cells with polarized adhesion

Author(s): Katsuyoshi MatsushitaDictyostelium discoideum (Dd) utilizes inhomogeneities in the distribution of cell-cell adhesion molecules on cell membranes for collective cell migration. A simple exa … - Yielding transitions and grain-size effects in dislocation theory

Author(s): J. S. LangerThe statistical-thermodynamic dislocation theory developed in previous papers is used here in an analysis of yielding transitions and grain-size effects in polycrystalline solid … - Influence of orientation on the evolution of small perturbations in compressible shear layers with inflection points

Author(s): Mona Karimi and Sharath S. GirimajiWe investigate the influence of orientation on the evolution of small perturbations in compressible shear layers with inflection points. By using linear a … - Laplacian networks: Growth, local symmetry, and shape optimization

Author(s): O. Devauchelle, P. Szymczak, M. Pecelerowicz, Y. Cohen, H. J. Seybold, and D. H. RothmanInspired by river networks and other structures formed by Laplacian growth, we use the Loewner equati … - Sintering of polydisperse viscous droplets

Author(s): Fabian B. Wadsworth, Jérémie Vasseur, Edward W. Llewellin, and Donald B. DingwellSintering—or coalescence—of compacts of viscous droplets is driven by the interfacial tension between the dr … - Comparative statistics of selected subgrid-scale models in large-eddy simulations of decaying, supersonic magnetohydrodynamic turbulence

Author(s): Philipp Grete, Dimitar G. Vlaykov, Wolfram Schmidt, and Dominik R. G. SchleicherLarge-eddy simulations (LES) are a powerful tool in understanding processes that are inaccessible by direct s … - Simple bounds on fluctuations and uncertainty relations for first-passage times of counting observables

Author(s): Juan P. GarrahanRecent large deviation results have provided general lower bounds for the fluctuations of time-integrated currents in the steady state of stochastic systems. A corollary are … - Lévy flight with absorption: A model for diffusing diffusivity with long tails

Author(s): Rohit Jain and K. L. SebastianWe consider diffusion of a particle in rearranging environment, so that the diffusivity of the particle is a stochastic function of time. In our previous model … - Averaged model for probabilistic coalescence avalanches in two-dimensional emulsions: Insights into uncertainty propagation

Author(s): Danny Raj M. and R. RengaswamyA two-dimensional concentrated emulsion exhibits spontaneous rapid destabilization through an avalanche of coalescence events which propagate through the assem … - Nonspherical liquid droplet falling in air

Author(s): Meenu Agrawal, A. R. Premlata, Manoj Kumar Tripathi, Badarinath Karri, and Kirti Chandra SahuThe dynamics of an initially nonspherical liquid droplet falling in air under the action of grav … - Decoding heat capacity features from the energy landscape

Author(s): David J. WalesA general scheme is derived to connect transitions in configuration space with features in the heat capacity. A formulation in terms of occupation probabilities for local mini … - Generalized Edwards thermodynamics and marginal stability in a driven system with dry and viscous friction

Author(s): Giacomo Gradenigo and Eric BertinWe consider a spring-block model with both dry and viscous frictions, subjected to a periodic driving allowing mechanically stable configurations to be samp … - Synchronization dynamics on the picosecond time scale in coupled Josephson junction neurons

Author(s): K. Segall, M. LeGro, S. Kaplan, O. Svitelskiy, S. Khadka, P. Crotty, and D. SchultConventional digital computation is rapidly approaching physical limits for speed and energy dissipation. H … - Collisional model of energy dissipation in three-dimensional granular impact

Author(s): Cacey Stevens Bester and Robert P. BehringerThis paper extends to three dimensions the collisional model for penetration of a granular medium by a solid object. The authors performed impact … - Dense crystalline packings of ellipsoids

Author(s): Weiwei Jin, Yang Jiao, Lufeng Liu, Ye Yuan, and Shuixiang LiAn ellipsoid, the simplest nonspherical shape, has been extensively used as a model for elongated building blocks for a wide spec … - Migration of a droplet in a cylindrical tube in the creeping flow regime

Author(s): Binita Nath, Gautam Biswas, Amaresh Dalal, and Kirti Chandra SahuThe migration of a neutrally buoyant droplet in a tube containing another immiscible liquid is investigated numerically in t … - Multiscale structure of time series revealed by the monotony spectrum

Author(s): Călin VamoşObservation of complex systems produces time series with specific dynamics at different time scales. The majority of the existing numerical methods for multiscale analysis first … - Mutually avoiding paths in random media and largest eigenvalues of random matrices

Author(s): Andrea De Luca and Pierre Le DoussalRecently, it was shown that the probability distribution function (PDF) of the free energy of a single continuum directed polymer (DP) in a random potent … - Rectification and one-way street for the energy current in boundary-driven asymmetric quantum spin chains

Author(s): Emmanuel PereiraMotivated by the demand for efficient quantum devices to engineer energy transport, we analyze some inhomogeneous quantum spin systems, including XXZ chains, with magnetizat … - Random walk in nonhomogeneous environments: A possible approach to human and animal mobility

Author(s): Tomasz SrokowskiThe random walk process in a nonhomogeneous medium, characterized by a Lévy stable distribution of jump length, is discussed. The width depends on a position: either before … - Stochastic resonance across bifurcation cascades

Author(s): C. Nicolis and G. NicolisThe classical setting of stochastic resonance is extended to account for parameter variations leading to transitions between a unique stable state, bistability, and … - Biodiversity, extinctions, and evolution of ecosystems with shared resources

Author(s): Vladimir Kozlov, Sergey Vakulenko, and Uno WennergrenWe investigate the formation of stable ecological networks where many species share the same resource. We show that such a stable ecosys … - Earliest effects of sudden occlusions on pressure profiles in selected locations of the human systemic arterial system

Author(s): Marcin Majka, Giacomo Gadda, Angelo Taibi, Mirosław Gałązka, and Piotr ZielińskiWe have developed a numerical simulation method for predicting the time dependence (wave form) of pressure at … - Dispersion relation for electromagnetic propagation in stochastic dielectric and magnetic helical photonic crystals

Author(s): Carlos G. Avendaño and Arturo ReyesWe theoretically study the dispersion relation for axially propagating electromagnetic waves throughout a one-dimensional helical structure whose pitch an … - Elastic anisotropy effects on the electrical responses of a thin sample of nematic liquid crystal

Author(s): O. A. Gomes, C. A. R. Yednak, R. R. Ribeiro de Almeida, R. T. Teixeira-Souza, and L. R. EvangelistaThe electrical responses of a nematic liquid crystal cell are investigated by means of the … - Dynamics of wet granular hexagons

Author(s): Manuel Baur and Kai HuangThe collective behavior of vibrated hexagonal disks confined in a monolayer is investigated experimentally. Due to the broken circular symmetry, hexagons prefer to … - Experimental demonstration of low laser-plasma instabilities in gas-filled spherical hohlraums at laser injection angle designed for ignition target

Author(s): Ke Lan et al.Octahedral spherical hohlraums with a single laser ring at an injection angle of 55^{∘} are attractive concepts for laser indirect drive due to the potential for achieving the … - Gaussian white noise as a resource for work extraction

Author(s): Andreas Dechant, Adrian Baule, and Shin-ichi SasaWe show that uncorrelated Gaussian noise can drive a system out of equilibrium and can serve as a resource from which work can be extracted. … - Gap solitons in Rabi lattices

Author(s): Zhaopin Chen and Boris A. MalomedWe introduce a two-component one-dimensional system, which is based on two nonlinear Schrödinger or Gross-Pitaevskii equations (GPEs) with spatially periodi … - Simple noise-reduction method based on nonlinear forecasting

Author(s): James P. L. TanNonparametric detrending or noise reduction methods are often employed to separate trends from noisy time series when no satisfactory models exist to fit the data. However, c … - Deterministic extinction by mixing in cyclically competing species

Author(s): Cilie W. Feldager, Namiko Mitarai, and Hiroki OhtaWe consider a cyclically competing species model on a ring with global mixing at finite rate, which corresponds to the well-known Lotka-Vol … - Normal vibrational modes of phospholipid bilayers observed by low-frequency Raman scattering

Author(s): N. V. Surovtsev, A. A. Dmitriev, and S. A. DzubaLow-frequency Raman spectra of multilamellar vesicles made either of 1-palmitoyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine (POPC) or 1,2-dipalmito … - Fundamental structural characteristics of planar granular assemblies: Self-organization and scaling away friction and initial state

Author(s): Takashi Matsushima and Raphael BlumenfeldThe microstructural organization of a granular system is the most important determinant of its macroscopic behavior. Here we identify the fundamenta … - Self-adjustment and disintegration threshold of Langmuir solitons in inhomogeneous plasmas

Author(s): Y. A. Chen, Y. Nishimura, Y. Nishida, and C. Z. ChengDynamics of Langmuir solitons in the presence of a background density gradient is investigated numerically, including cases with steep g … - Self-energy matrices for electron transport calculations within the real-space finite-difference formalism

Author(s): Shigeru Tsukamoto, Tomoya Ono, Kikuji Hirose, and Stefan BlügelThe self-energy term used in transport calculations, which describes the coupling between electrode and transition regions, is … - Cavitation and spallation in liquid metal droplets produced by subpicosecond pulsed laser radiation

Author(s): M. S. Krivokorytov, A. Yu. Vinokhodov, Yu. V. Sidelnikov, V. M. Krivtsun, V. O. Kompanets, A. A. Lash, K. N. Koshelev, and V. V. MedvedevThe deformation and fragmentation of liquid metal mi … - Facets on the convex hull of d-dimensional Brownian and Lévy motion

Author(s): Julien Randon-Furling and Florian WespiFor stationary, homogeneous Markov processes (viz., Lévy processes, including Brownian motion) in dimension d≥3, we establish an exact formula for the … - Dynamical stationarity as a result of sustained random growth

Author(s): Tamás S. Biró and Zoltán NédaIn sustained growth with random dynamics stationary distributions can exist without detailed balance. This suggests thermodynamical behavior in fast-growing com … - Renormalization group analysis for an asymmetric simple exclusion process

Author(s): Sutapa MukherjiA perturbative renormalization group method is used to obtain steady-state density profiles of a totally asymmetric simple exclusion process with particle adsorption and evap … - Delayed collapses of Bose-Einstein condensates in relation to anti-de Sitter gravity

Author(s): Anxo F. Biasi, Javier Mas, and Angel ParedesWe numerically investigate spherically symmetric collapses in the Gross–Pitaevskii equation with attractive nonlinearity in a harmonic potential. … - Relevant parameters in models of cell division control

Author(s): Jacopo Grilli, Matteo Osella, Andrew S. Kennard, and Marco Cosentino LagomarsinoA recent burst of dynamic single-cell data makes it possible to characterize the stochastic dynamics of cell … - Quantifying disorder in colloidal films spin-coated onto patterned substrates

Author(s): Raheema Aslam, Sergio Ardanza-Trevijano, Kristin M. Poduska, Anand Yethiraj, and Wenceslao González-ViñasPolycrystals of thin colloidal deposits, with thickness controlled by spin-coating s … - Two mechanisms forming a comblike step pattern induced by a moving linear adatom source

Author(s): Masahide Sato, Hitoshi Miura, and Makio UwahaWe carry out phase field simulations to study properties of the comblike step patterns induced by an adatom source. When an adatom source advanc … - Acousto-optic effect in random media

Author(s): Jeremy G. Hoskins and John C. SchotlandWe consider the acousto-optic effect in a random medium. We derive the radiative transport equations that describe the propagation of multiply scatter … - Converting heat into directed transport on a tilted lattice

Author(s): Colin Teo, Ulf Bissbort, and Dario PolettiWe present a self-contained engine, which is made of one or more two-level systems, each of which is coupled to a single bath, as well as to a comm … - Derivation of matrix product states for the Heisenberg spin chain with open boundary conditions

Author(s): Zhongtao Mei and C. J. BolechUsing the algebraic Bethe Ansatz, we derive a matrix product representation of the exact Bethe-Ansatz states of the six-vertex Heisenberg chain (either XXX or X … - Fluctuation loops in noise-driven linear dynamical systems

Author(s): Akhil Ghanta, John C. Neu, and Stephen TeitsworthUnderstanding the spatiotemporal structure of most probable fluctuation pathways to rarely occurring states is a central problem in the stud … - Globally attracting synchrony in a network of oscillators with all-to-all inhibitory pulse coupling

Author(s): Carmen C. Canavier and Ruben A. Tikidji-HamburyanThe synchronization tendencies of networks of oscillators have been studied intensely. We assume a network of all-to-all pulse-coupled oscil … - Multiple-node basin stability in complex dynamical networks

Author(s): Chiranjit Mitra, Anshul Choudhary, Sudeshna Sinha, Jürgen Kurths, and Reik V. DonnerDynamical entities interacting with each other on complex networks often exhibit multistability. The stab … - Model of polar auxin transport coupled to mechanical forces retrieves robust morphogenesis along the Arabidopsis root

Author(s): J. Roberto Romero-Arias, Valeria Hernández-Hernández, Mariana Benítez, Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla, and Rafael A. BarrioIn this paper, the authors explore the role of mechanical and chemical in … - Dynamic phases of active matter systems with quenched disorder

Author(s): Cs. Sándor, A. Libál, C. Reichhardt, and C. J. Olson ReichhardtDepinning and nonequilibrium transitions within sliding states in systems driven over quenched disorder arise across a wide sp … - Understanding the origin of liquid crystal ordering of ultrashort double-stranded DNA

Author(s): Suman Saurabh, Yves Lansac, Yun Hee Jang, Matthew A. Glaser, Noel A. Clark, and Prabal K. MaitiRecent experiments have shown that short double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) fragments having six- to … - Mapping current fluctuations of stochastic pumps to nonequilibrium steady states

Author(s): Grant M. RotskoffWe show that current fluctuations in a stochastic pump can be robustly mapped to fluctuations in a corresponding time-independent nonequilibrium steady state. We thus refin … - Interfacial adsorption in two-dimensional pure and random-bond Potts models

Author(s): Nikolaos G. Fytas, Panagiotis E. Theodorakis, and Anastasios MalakisWe use Monte Carlo simulations to study the finite-size scaling behavior of the interfacial adsorption of the two-dimensi … - Scaling laws of reflection coefficients of quantum waves at a Cantor-like potential

Author(s): Hidetsugu Sakaguchi and Taichi OgawanaWe reconsider a one-dimensional scattering problem in the Schrödinger equation with a Cantor-like potential. The reflection coefficient obeys a scaling … - Fluctuations around mean walking behaviors in diluted pedestrian flows

Author(s): Alessandro Corbetta, Chung-min Lee, Roberto Benzi, Adrian Muntean, and Federico ToschiExperiments tracking people as they walk down a corridor reveal universal behaviors that, if incorporat … - Footprint geometry and sessile drop resonance

Author(s): Chun-Ti Chang, Susan Daniel, and Paul H. SteenIn this work, we examine experimentally the resonance of a sessile drop with a square footprint (square drop) on a flat plate. Two families of … - Spheroidal harmonic expansions for the solution of Laplace's equation for a point source near a sphere

Author(s): Matt R. A. Majić, Baptiste Auguié, and Eric C. Le RuWe propose a powerful approach to solve Laplace's equation for point sources near a spherical object. The central new idea is to use … - Bias cancellation in one-determinant fixed-node diffusion Monte Carlo: Insights from fermionic occupation numbers

Author(s): Matúš DubeckýThe accuracy of the fixed-node diffusion Monte Carlo (FNDMC) depends on the node location of the supplied trial state Ψ_{T}. The practical FNDMC approaches available for large … - Effect of interstitial fluid on the fraction of flow microstates that precede clogging in granular hoppers

Author(s): Juha Koivisto and Douglas J. DurianWe report on the nature of flow events for the gravity-driven discharge of glass beads through a hole that is small enough that the hopper is susceptible … - Decorrelation correction for nanoparticle tracking analysis of dilute polydisperse suspensions in bulk flow

Author(s): John Hartman and Brian KirbyNanoparticle tracking analysis, a multiprobe single particle tracking technique, is a widely used method to quickly determine the concentration and size distribu … - Generalized three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann color-gradient method for immiscible two-phase pore-scale imbibition and drainage in porous media

Author(s): Sébastien Leclaire, Andrea Parmigiani, Orestis Malaspinas, Bastien Chopard, and Jonas LattThis article presents a three-dimensional numerical framework for the simulation of fluid-fluid imm … - Measurement of the equation of state of solid-density copper heated with laser-accelerated protons

Author(s): S. Feldman, G. Dyer, D. Kuk, and T. DitmireWe present equation of state (EOS) measurements of solid-density copper heated to 5–10 eV. A copper sample was heated isochorically by hydrogen io … - Multifractal surrogate-data generation algorithm that preserves pointwise Hölder regularity structure, with initial applications to turbulence

Author(s): C. J. KeylockAn algorithm is described that can generate random variants of a time series while preserving the probability distribution of original values and the pointwise Hölder regularit … - Renormalization-group theory for cooling first-order phase transitions in Potts models

Author(s): Ning Liang and Fan ZhongWe develop a dynamic field-theoretic renormalization-group (RG) theory for cooling first-order phase transitions in the Potts model. It is suggested that the well-kn … - Upper bound for the average entropy production based on stochastic entropy extrema

Author(s): Surachate LimkumnerdThe second law of thermodynamics, which asserts the non-negativity of the average total entropy production of a combined system and its environment, is a direct conseque … - Traveling waves and breathers in an excitatory-inhibitory neural field

Author(s): Stefanos E. FoliasWe study existence and stability of traveling activity bump solutions in an excitatory-inhibitory (E-I) neural field with Heaviside firing rate functions by deriving exist … - Enhanced processing in arrays of optimally tuned nonlinear biomimetic sensors: A coupling-mediated Ringelmann effect and its dynamical mitigation

Author(s): Alexander P. Nikitin, Adi R. Bulsara, and Nigel G. StocksInspired by recent results on self-tunability in the outer hair cells of the mammalian cochlea, we describe an array of magnetic sen … - Influence of disorder on generation and probability of extreme events in Salerno lattices

Author(s): A. Mančić, A. Maluckov, and Lj. HadžievskiExtreme events (EEs) in nonlinear and/or disordered one-dimensional photonic lattice systems described by the Salerno model with on-site disorder a … - Delay-induced depinning of localized structures in a spatially inhomogeneous Swift-Hohenberg model

Author(s): Felix Tabbert, Christian Schelte, Mustapha Tlidi, and Svetlana V. GurevichWe report on the dynamics of localized structures in an inhomogeneous Swift-Hohenberg model describing pattern form … - Nonlinear signaling on biological networks: The role of stochasticity and spectral clustering

Author(s): Gonzalo Hernandez-Hernandez, Jesse Myers, Enrique Alvarez-Lacalle, and Yohannes ShiferawSignal transduction within biological cells is governed by networks of interacting proteins. Communic … - Delineating parameter unidentifiabilities in complex models

Author(s): Dhruva V. Raman, James Anderson, and Antonis PapachristodoulouScientists use mathematical modeling as a tool for understanding and predicting the properties of complex physical systems. In … - Universality classes of fluctuation dynamics in hierarchical complex systems

Author(s): A. M. S. Macêdo, Iván R. Roa González, D. S. P. Salazar, and G. L. VasconcelosA unified approach is proposed to describe the statistics of the short-time dynamics of multiscale complex syst … - Reversals and collisions optimize protein exchange in bacterial swarms

Author(s): Aboutaleb Amiri, Cameron Harvey, Amy Buchmann, Scott Christley, Joshua D. Shrout, Igor S. Aranson, and Mark AlberSwarming groups of bacteria coordinate their behavior by self-organizing as … - Characterization of phase transitions in a model ecosystem of sessile species

Author(s): Florian Uekermann, Joachim Mathiesen, and Namiko MitaraiWe consider a model ecosystem of sessile species competing for space. In particular, we consider the system introduced by Mathiesen e … - Tricritical Casimir forces and order parameter profiles in wetting films of ^{3} He− ^{4} He mixtures

Author(s): N. Farahmand Bafi, A. Maciołek, and S. DietrichTricritical Casimir forces in ^{3}He−^{4}He wetting films are studied, within mean field theory, in terms of a suitable lattice gas model for … - Effects of surface roughness on shear viscosity

Author(s): Michail Papanikolaou, Michael Frank, and Dimitris DrikakisThis paper investigates the effect of surface roughness on fluid viscosity using molecular dynamics simulations. The three-dimensio … - Density-functional calculations of transport properties in the nondegenerate limit and the role of electron-electron scattering

Author(s): Michael P. Desjarlais, Christian R. Scullard, Lorin X. Benedict, Heather D. Whitley, and Ronald RedmerWe compute electrical and thermal conductivities of hydrogen plasmas in the nondegenera … - Nonlinear effects in the bounded dust-vortex flow in plasma

Author(s): Modhuchandra Laishram, Devendra Sharma, Prabal K. Chattopdhyay, and Predhiman K. KawThe vortex structures in a cloud of electrically suspended dust in a streaming plasma constitutes a drive … - Fast forward to the classical adiabatic invariant

Author(s): Christopher Jarzynski, Sebastian Deffner, Ayoti Patra, and Yiğit SubaşıWe show how the classical action, an adiabatic invariant, can be preserved under nonadiabatic conditions. Specifically …