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Author(s): Thomas Niedermayer and Reinhard LipowskyThe coupling of stochastic growth and shrinkage of one-dimensional structures to random aging of the constituting subunits defines the simple associa … - General formalism for singly thermostated Hamiltonian dynamics

Author(s): John D. RamshawA general formalism is developed for constructing modified Hamiltonian dynamical systems which preserve a canonical equilibrium distribution by adding a time evolution equati … - Stochastic entrainment of a stochastic oscillator

Author(s): Guanyu Wang and Charles S. PeskinIn this work, we consider a stochastic oscillator described by a discrete-state continuous-time Markov chain, in which the states are arranged in a circle, … - Estimating interevent time distributions from finite observation periods in communication networks

Author(s): Mikko Kivelä and Mason A. PorterA diverse variety of processes—including recurrent disease episodes, neuron firing, and communication patterns among humans—can be described using interevent … - Derivation of the Biot-Savart equation from the nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Author(s): Miguel D. Bustamante and Sergey NazarenkoWe present a systematic derivation of the Biot-Savart equation from the nonlinear Schrödinger equation, in the limit when the curvature radius of vo … - Influence of atomic modeling on integrated simulations of laser-produced Au plasmas

Author(s): Yechiel Frank, Erez Raicher, Yosi Ehrlich, Gilad Hurvitz, Zeev Shpilman, Moshe Fraenkel, Arie Zigler, and Zohar HenisTime-integrated x-ray emission spectra of laser-irradiated Au disks were … - Linear and nonlinear ion-acoustic waves in nonrelativistic quantum plasmas with arbitrary degeneracy

Author(s): Fernando Haas and Shahzad MahmoodLinear and nonlinear ion-acoustic waves are studied in a fluid model for nonrelativistic, unmagnetized quantum plasma with electrons with an arbitrary degen … - Role of helicity for large- and small-scale turbulent fluctuations

Author(s): Ganapati Sahoo, Fabio Bonaccorso, and Luca BiferaleThe effects of the helicity on the dynamics of turbulent flows are investigated. The aim is to disentangle the role of helicity in fixing … - Shot-noise Fano factor

Author(s): Kamil Rajdl and Petr LanskyA variability measure of the times of uniform events based on a shot-noise process is proposed and studied. The measure is inspired by the Fano factor, which we g … - Large deviation analysis of a simple information engine

Author(s): Michael Maitland, Stefan Grosskinsky, and Rosemary J. HarrisInformation thermodynamics provides a framework for studying the effect of feedback loops on entropy production. It has enabled t … - Phase-transition oscillations induced by a strongly focused laser beam

Author(s): Clémence Devailly, Caroline Crauste-Thibierge, Artyom Petrosyan, and Sergio CilibertoWe report the observation of a surprising phenomenon consisting in a oscillating phase transition which … - Smoothening in thin-film deposition on rough substrates

Author(s): T. A. de Assis and F. D. A. Aarão ReisThe evolution of the surface roughness W of a thin film deposited on a rough substrate is studied with a model of temperature-activated adatom diffusio … - Geometric phase and o-mode blueshift in a chiral anisotropic medium inside a Fabry-Pérot cavity

Author(s): Ivan V. Timofeev, Vladimir A. Gunyakov, Vitaly S. Sutormin, Sergey A. Myslivets, Vasily G. Arkhipkin, Stepan Ya. Vetrov, Wei Lee, and Victor Ya. ZyryanovAnomalous spectral shift of transmis … - Phase transitions in the q-voter model with noise on a duplex clique

Author(s): Anna Chmiel and Katarzyna Sznajd-WeronWe study a nonlinear q-voter model with stochastic noise, interpreted in the social context as independence, on a duplex network. To study the role of … - Synchronization of cells with activator-inhibitor pathways through adaptive environment-mediated coupling

Author(s): P. Guemkam Ghomsi, F. M. Moukam Kakmeni, C. Tchawoua, and T. C. KofaneIn this paper, we report the synchronized dynamics of cells with activator-inhibitor pathways via an adaptive environme … - Current inversions induced by resonant coupling to surface waves in a nanosized water pump

Author(s): Xiaoyan Zhou, Fengmin Wu, Yang Liu, Jianlong Kou, Hui Lu, and Hangjun LuWe conducted a molecular dynamics simulation to investigate current inversions in a nanosized water pump based on a s … - Ring-bursting behavior en route to turbulence in narrow-gap Taylor-Couette flows

Author(s): Sebastian Altmeyer, Younghae Do, and Ying-Cheng LaiWe investigate the Taylor-Couette system where the radius ratio is close to unity. Systematically increasing the Reynolds number, we obser … - Predictions for the energy loss of light ions in laser-generated plasmas at low and medium velocities

Author(s): W. Cayzac, V. Bagnoud, M. M. Basko, A. Blažević, A. Frank, D. O. Gericke, L. Hallo, G. Malka, A. Ortner, An. Tauschwitz, J. Vorberger, and M. RothThe energy loss of light ions in dense plas … - Shear viscosity for dense plasmas by equilibrium molecular dynamics in asymmetric Yukawa ionic mixtures

Author(s): Tomorr Haxhimali, Robert E. Rudd, William H. Cabot, and Frank R. GrazianiWe present molecular dynamics (MD) calculations of shear viscosity for asymmetric mixed plasma for thermodynamic con … - Equivalent Markov processes under gauge group

Author(s): M. Caruso and C. JarneWe have studied Markov processes on denumerable state space and continuous time. We found that all these processes are connected via gauge transformations. We have use … - Landauer's blow-torch effect in systems with entropic potential

Author(s): Moupriya Das and Deb Shankar RayWe consider local heating of a part of a two-dimensional bilobal enclosure of a varying cross section confining a system of overdamped Brownian particles. Si … - Neuromorphic behavior in percolating nanoparticle films

Author(s): Shawn Fostner and Simon A. BrownWe show that the complex connectivity of percolating networks of nanoparticles provides a natural solid-state system in which bottom-up assembly provides a r … - Granular-front formation in free-surface flow of concentrated suspensions

Author(s): Alessandro Leonardi, Miguel Cabrera, Falk K. Wittel, Roland Kaitna, Miller Mendoza, Wei Wu, and Hans J. HerrmannA granular front emerges whenever the free-surface flow of a concentrated sus … - Effect of intermodular connection on fast sparse synchronization in clustered small-world neural networks

Author(s): Sang-Yoon Kim and Woochang LimWe consider a clustered network with small-world subnetworks of inhibitory fast spiking interneurons and investigate the effect of intermodular connection on t … - Spatial interactions in a modified Daisyworld model: Heat diffusivity and greenhouse effects

Author(s): T. Alberti, L. Primavera, A. Vecchio, F. Lepreti, and V. CarboneIn this work we investigate a modified version of the Daisyworld model, originally introduced by Lovelock and Watson to descr … - Universality in survivor distributions: Characterizing the winners of competitive dynamics

Author(s): J. M. Luck and A. MehtaWe investigate the survivor distributions of a spatially extended model of competitive dynamics in different geometries. The model consists of a deterministic dynamic … - Phase transitions in Ising models on directed networks

Author(s): Adam Lipowski, António Luis Ferreira, Dorota Lipowska, and Krzysztof GontarekWe examine Ising models with heat-bath dynamics on directed networks. Our simulations show that Ising models on … - Model of heap formation in vibrated gravitational suspensions

Author(s): Hiroyuki Ebata and Masaki SanoIn vertically vibrated dense suspensions, several localized structures have been discovered, such as heaps, stable holes, expanding holes, and replicating hole … - Simulation of two-phase liquid-vapor flows using a high-order compact finite-difference lattice Boltzmann method

Author(s): Kazem Hejranfar and Eslam EzzatneshanA high-order compact finite-difference lattice Boltzmann method (CFDLBM) is extended and applied to accurately simulate two-phase liquid-vapor flows wit … - Publisher's Note: Dynamic model of target charging by short laser pulse interactions [Phys. Rev. E 92, 043107 (2015)]

Author(s): A. Poyé, J.-L. Dubois, F. Lubrano-Lavaderci, E. D'Humières, M. Bardon, S. Hulin, M. Bailly-Grandvaux, J. Ribolzi, D. Raffestin, J. J. Santos, Ph. Nicolaï, and V. Tikhonchuk[Phys. Rev. ... - Destabilization of rotating flows with positive shear by azimuthal magnetic fields

Author(s): Frank Stefani and Oleg N. KirillovAccording to Rayleigh's criterion, rotating flows are linearly stable when their specific angular momentum increases radially outward. The celebrated … - Bulk and interfacial liquid water as a transient network

Author(s): Miriam Jahn and Stephan GekleThe special macroscopic properties of liquid water stem from its structure as a complex network of molecules connected by hydrogen bonds. While the dynamics of … - Horizons and free-path distributions in quasiperiodic Lorentz gases

Author(s): Atahualpa S. Kraemer, Michael Schmiedeberg, and David P. SandersWe study the structure of quasiperiodic Lorentz gases, i.e., particles bouncing elastically off fixed obstacles arranged in q … - Nonequilibrium structure of colloidal dumbbells under oscillatory shear

Author(s): Nils Heptner, Fangfang Chu, Yan Lu, Peter Lindner, Matthias Ballauff, and Joachim DzubiellaWe investigate the nonequilibrium behavior of dense, plastic-crystalline suspensions of mildly ani … - Wetting and evaporation of salt-water nanodroplets: A molecular dynamics investigation

Author(s): Jun Zhang, Matthew K. Borg, Khellil Sefiane, and Jason M. ReeseWe employ molecular dynamics simulations to study the wetting and evaporation of salt-water nanodroplets on platinum surfaces. … - Electrochemical characteristics of ideal polarizable interfaces with limited number of charge carriers

Author(s): Michal Přibyl and Zdeněk SloukaRecent progress in material chemistry and surface engineering has led to emergence of new electrode materials with unique physical and electrochemical propert … - Entropic effects, shape, and size of mixed micelles formed by copolymers with complex architectures

Author(s): Andreas Kalogirou, Leonidas N. Gergidis, Othonas Moultos, and Costas VlahosThe entropic effects in the comicellization behavior of amphiphilic AB copolymers differing in the chain size of s … - Role of connectivity and fluctuations in the nucleation of calcium waves in cardiac cells

Author(s): Gonzalo Hernandez-Hernandez, Enric Alvarez-Lacalle, and Yohannes ShiferawSpontaneous calcium release (SCR) occurs when ion channel fluctuations lead to the nucleation of calcium waves in ca … - Bifurcations of rotating waves in rotating spherical shell convection

Author(s): F. Feudel, L. S. Tuckerman, M. Gellert, and N. SeehaferThe dynamics and bifurcations of convective waves in rotating and buoyancy-driven spherical Rayleigh-Bénard convection are investigate … - Scaling laws for the bifurcation escape rate in a nanomechanical resonator

Author(s): M. Defoort, V. Puller, O. Bourgeois, F. Pistolesi, and E. CollinWe report on experimental and theoretical studies of the fluctuation-induced escape time from a metastable state of a nanomec … - Random walk with random resetting to the maximum position

Author(s): Satya N. Majumdar, Sanjib Sabhapandit, and Grégory SchehrThe authors consider a one-dimensional random walk in which the walker can randomly reset its path by jumping to its farthest (right … - Optimal first-arrival times in Lévy flights with resetting

Author(s): Łukasz Kuśmierz and Ewa Gudowska-NowakWe consider the diffusive motion of a particle performing a random walk with Lévy distributed jump lengths and subject to a resetting mechanism, bringi … - Pond fractals in a tidal flat

Author(s): B. B. Cael, Bennett Lambert, and Kelsey BissonStudies over the past decade have reported power-law distributions for the areas of terrestrial lakes and Arctic melt ponds, as well as fractal … - Effect of flip-flop motion on dielectric spectra of highly ordered liquid crystals

Author(s): N. Osiecka, M. Massalska-Arodź, Z. Galewski, K. Chłędowska, and A. BąkThis paper presents studies of dielectric response of chosen Schiff bases, which have similar molecular structures with … - Totally asymmetric simple exclusion process simulations of molecular motor transport on random networks with asymmetric exit rates

Author(s): D. V. Denisov, D. M. Miedema, B. Nienhuis, and P. SchallUsing the totally asymmetric simple-exclusion-process and mean-field transport theory, we investigate the transport in closed random … - Multiway spectral community detection in networks

Author(s): Xiao Zhang and M. E. J. NewmanOne of the most widely used methods for community detection in networks is the maximization of the quality function known as modularity. Of the many maximizati … - Communicability angles reveal critical edges for network consensus dynamics

Author(s): Ernesto Estrada, Eusebio Vargas-Estrada, and Hiroyasu AndoWe consider the question of determining how the topological structure influences a consensus dynamical processes taking place on a … - Simulated quantum annealing of double-well and multiwell potentials

Author(s): E. M. Inack and S. PilatiWe analyze the performance of quantum annealing as a heuristic optimization method to find the absolute minimum of various continuous models, including landscapes w … - Erratum: Role of inertia for the rotation of a nearly spherical particle in a general linear flow [Phys. Rev. E 91, 053023 (2015)]

Author(s): F. Candelier, J. Einarsson, F. Lundell, B. Mehlig, and J.-R. Angilella[Phys. Rev. E 92, 059901] Published Thu Nov 19, 2015 - Efficiency at and near maximum power of low-dissipation heat engines

Author(s): Viktor Holubec and Artem RyabovA universality in optimization of trade-off between power and efficiency for low-dissipation Carnot cycles is presented. It is shown that any trade-off measur … - Lattice Boltzmann Stokesian dynamics

Author(s): E. J. DingLattice Boltzmann Stokesian dynamics (LBSD) is presented for simulation of particle suspension in Stokes flows. This method is developed from Stokesian dynamics (SD) with resistan … - General response formula and application to topological insulator in quantum open system

Author(s): H. Z. Shen, M. Qin, X. Q. Shao, and X. X. YiIt is well-known that the quantum linear response theory is based on the first-order perturbation theory for a system in thermal equilibrium. Hen … - Chaos and relaxation to equilibrium in systems with long-range interactions

Author(s): Felipe L. Antunes, Fernanda P. C. Benetti, Renato Pakter, and Yan LevinIn the thermodynamic limit, systems with long-range interactions do not relax to equilibrium, but become trapped in no … - Relaxation dynamics of vortex lines in disordered type-II superconductors following magnetic field and temperature quenches

Author(s): Hiba Assi, Harshwardhan Chaturvedi, Ulrich Dobramysl, Michel Pleimling, and Uwe C. TäuberWe study the effects of rapid temperature and magnetic field changes on the nonequilibrium relaxatio … - Capillary imbibition of aqueous foams by miscible and nonmiscible liquids

Author(s): Rémy Mensire, Keyvan Piroird, and Elise LorenceauWhen put in contact with a large liquid drop, dry foams wick owing to surface-tension-driven flows until reaching equilibrium. This work is … - Generation of overdense and high-energy electron-positron-pair plasmas by irradiation of a thin foil with two ultraintense lasers

Author(s): H. X. Chang, B. Qiao, Z. Xu, X. R. Xu, C. T. Zhou, X. Q. Yan, S. Z. Wu, M. Borghesi, M. Zepf, and X. T. HeA scheme for enhanced quantum electrodynamics (QED) production of electron-positron … - Self-consistent theory of high-order harmonic generation by relativistic plasma mirror

Author(s): A. Debayle, J. Sanz, and L. GremilletWe present a self-consistent semianalytical model of the relativistic plasma mirror, based on the exact computation of the laser-driven electron surface … - Micrometer-sized negative-ion accelerator based on ultrashort laser pulse interaction with transparent solids

Author(s): S. Bagchi, M. Tayyab, B. Ramakrishna, A. Upadhyay, T. Mandal, J. A. Chakera, P. A. Naik, and P. D. GuptaWe report here energetic (>100keV) negative hydrogen ions (H^{−}) generated in the … - Linear response and modified fluctuation-dissipation relation in random potential

Author(s): Fattah Sakuldee and Sujin SuwannaIn this work, a physical system described by the Hamiltonian H_{ω}=H_{0}+V_{ω}(t) consisting of a solvable model H_{0} and external random and time-dependen … - Modulated escape from a metastable state driven by colored noise

Author(s): Jannis Schuecker, Markus Diesmann, and Moritz HeliasMany phenomena in nature are described by excitable systems driven by colored noise. The temporal correlations in the fluctuations hinder … - Far-from-equilibrium distribution from near-steady-state work fluctuations

Author(s): Robert Marsland, III and Jeremy EnglandA long-standing goal of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics has been to extend the conceptual power of the Boltzmann distribution to driven systems. … - Microscopic theory of heat transfer between two fermionic thermal baths mediated by a spin system

Author(s): Somrita Ray and Bidhan Chandra BagIn this paper we have presented the heat exchange between the two fermionic thermal reservoirs which are connected by a fermionic system. We have calculate … - Morphological instability during steady electrodeposition at overlimiting currents

Author(s): Christoffer P. Nielsen and Henrik BruusWe present a linear stability analysis of a planar metal electrode during steady electrodeposition. We extend the previous work of Sundstrom and Bark … - Anomalous approach to thermodynamic equilibrium: Structure formation of molecules after vapor deposition

Author(s): Pritam Kumar Jana, Can Wang, Robert L. Jack, Lifeng Chi, and Andreas HeuerWe describe experiments and computer simulations of molecular deposition on a substrate in which the molecules (sub … - Zealotry promotes coexistence in the rock-paper-scissors model of cyclic dominance

Author(s): Gunjan Verma, Kevin Chan, and Ananthram SwamiCyclic dominance models, such as the classic rock-paper-scissors (RPS) game, have found real-world applications in biology, ecology, and sociolo … - Experimental observation of multistability and dynamic attractors in silicon central pattern generators

Author(s): Le Zhao and Alain NogaretWe report on the multistability of chaotic networks of silicon neurons and demonstrate how spatiotemporal sequences of voltage oscillations are selected with timed … - Anomalous scaling in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence: Effects of anisotropy and compressibility in the kinematic approximation

Author(s): N. V. Antonov and M. M. KostenkoThe field-theoretic renormalization group and the operator product expansion are applied to the model of passive vector (magnetic) field advected by a random … - Mitigating the relativistic laser beam filamentation via an elliptical beam profile

Author(s): T. W. Huang, C. T. Zhou, A. P. L. Robinson, B. Qiao, H. Zhang, S. Z. Wu, H. B. Zhuo, P. A. Norreys, and X. T. HeIt is shown that the filamentation instability of relativistically intense la … - Electrostatic structure of a magnetized laser-produced plasma

Author(s): Jeffrey Bonde, Stephen Vincena, and Walter GekelmanMeasurements of the structure of the electrostatic fields produced by the expansion of a laser-produced plasma into a background magnetize … - Anomalous behavior of the energy gap in the one-dimensional quantum XY model

Author(s): Manaka Okuyama, Yuuki Yamanaka, Hidetoshi Nishimori, and Marek M. RamsWe reexamine the well-studied one-dimensional spin-1/2 XY model to reveal its nontrivial energy spectrum, in particular … - Entropy production and the geometry of dissipative evolution equations

Author(s): Celia Reina and Johannes ZimmerPurely dissipative evolution equations are often cast as gradient flow structures, z[over ̇]=K(z)DS(z), where the variable z of interest evolves towards the m … - Drop formation in shear-thickening granular suspensions

Author(s): Zhongcheng Pan, Nicolas Louvet, Yves Hennequin, Hamid Kellay, and Daniel BonnWe study droplet formation in granular suspensions by systematically varying the volume fractions (φ) and partic … - Mesoscopic turbulence and local order in Janus particles self-propelling under an ac electric field

Author(s): Daiki Nishiguchi and Masaki SanoTo elucidate mechanisms of mesoscopic turbulence exhibited by active particles, we experimentally study turbulent states of nonliving self-propelled particle … - Shapeable sheet without plastic deformation

Author(s): Naomi Oppenheimer and Thomas A. WittenThe authors explore the concept of shapeability, the capacity of a material to deform and then retain its shape under sufficiently weak external forces … - Toward the Darwinian transition: Switching between distributed and speciated states in a simple model of early life

Author(s): Hinrich Arnoldt, Steven H. Strogatz, and Marc TimmeIt has been hypothesized that in the era just before the last universal common ancestor emerged, life on earth was fundamentally collectiv … - Effect of inertia on laminar swimming and flying of an assembly of rigid spheres in an incompressible viscous fluid

Author(s): B. U. FelderhofA mechanical model of swimming and flying in an incompressible viscous fluid in the absence of gravity is studied on the basis of assumed equations of motion. The system is m … - Collision model for fully resolved simulations of flows laden with finite-size particles

Author(s): Pedro Costa, Bendiks Jan Boersma, Jerry Westerweel, and Wim-Paul BreugemWe present a collision model for particle-particle and particle-wall interactions in interface-resolved simulations o … - Neutron fluctuations: The importance of being delayed

Author(s): B. Houchmandzadeh, E. Dumonteil, A. Mazzolo, and A. ZoiaThe neutron population in a nuclear reactor is subject to fluctuations in time and in space due to the competition of diffusion by sc … - Dynamical phase transitions in one-dimensional hard-particle systems

Author(s): Ian R. Thompson and Robert L. JackWe analyze a one-dimensional model of hard particles, within ensembles of trajectories that are conditioned (or biased) to atypical values of the time-aver … - Revival of oscillation from mean-field-induced death: Theory and experiment

Author(s): Debarati Ghosh, Tanmoy Banerjee, and Jürgen KurthsThe revival of oscillation and maintaining rhythmicity in a network of coupled oscillators offer an open challenge to researchers as the ce … - Fixed-point structure and effective fractional dimensionality for O(N) models with long-range interactions

Author(s): Nicoló Defenu, Andrea Trombettoni, and Alessandro CodelloWe study, by renormalization group methods, O(N) models with interactions decaying as power law with exponent d+σ. When only the lon … - Theory of epithelial elasticity

Author(s): Matej Krajnc and Primož ZiherlWe propose an elastic theory of epithelial monolayers based on a two-dimensional discrete model of dropletlike cells characterized by differential surface tens … - Near-surface viscosity effects on capillary rise of water in nanotubes

Author(s): Truong Quoc Vo, Murat Barisik, and BoHung KimIn this paper, we present an approach for predicting nanoscale capillary imbibitions using the Lucas-Washburn (LW) theory. Molecular dynamics (M … - Turbulence constitutive modeling of the square root of the Reynolds stress

Author(s): Taketo ArikiA methodology for turbulence constitutive modeling is discussed on the basis of the square-root tensor of the Reynolds stress. The present methodology can satisfy the realizabil … - Nanoscale engineering of two-dimensional disordered hyperuniform block-copolymer assemblies

Author(s): Gianluigi Zito, Giulia Rusciano, Giuseppe Pesce, Anna Malafronte, Rocco Di Girolamo, Giovanni Ausanio, Antonio Vecchione, and Antonio SassoDisordered hyperuniform (DH) media have been recog … - Quaternionic R transform and non-Hermitian random matrices

Author(s): Zdzislaw Burda and Artur SwiechUsing the Cayley-Dickson construction we rephrase and review the non-Hermitian diagrammatic formalism [R. A. Janik, M. A. Nowak, G. Papp, and I. Zahed, Nucl. … - Correlation function for generalized Pólya urns: Finite-size scaling analysis

Author(s): Shintaro Mori and Masato HisakadoWe describe a universality class for the transitions of a generalized Pólya urn by studying the asymptotic behavior of the normalized correlation function C … - Simple and efficient self-healing strategy for damaged complex networks

Author(s): Lazaros K. Gallos and Nina H. FeffermanThe process of destroying a complex network through node removal has been the subject of extensive interest and research. Node loss typically leaves t … - Locomotion of a microorganism in weakly viscoelastic liquids

Author(s): M. De Corato, F. Greco, and P. L. MaffettoneIn the present work we study the motion of microorganisms swimming by an axisymmetric distribution of surface tangential velocity in a weakly vis … - Energy invariant for shallow-water waves and the Korteweg–de Vries equation: Doubts about the invariance of energy

Author(s): Anna Karczewska, Piotr Rozmej, and Eryk InfeldIt is well known that the Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) equation has an infinite set of conserved quantities. The first three are often considered to … - Fluctuating hydrodynamics in periodic domains and heterogeneous adjacent multidomains: Thermal equilibrium

Author(s): Xin Bian, Zhen Li, Mingge Deng, and George Em KarniadakisWe first study fluctuating hydrodynamics (FH) at equilibrium in periodic domains by use of the smoothed dissipative particle dynamic … - Phase behavior near and beyond the thermodynamic stability threshold

Author(s): Gianpietro Malescio and Santi PrestipinoThe phase behavior of stabilized dispersions of macromolecules is most easily described in terms of the effective interaction between the centers of … - Kerr effect at high electric field in the isotropic phase of mesogenic materials

Author(s): Bing-Xiang Li, Volodymyr Borshch, Sergij V. Shiyanovskii, Shao-Bin Liu, and Oleg D. LavrentovichThe well-known Kerr effect in isotropic fluids consists in the appearance of uniaxial orienta … - Nonequilibrium structure in sequential assembly

Author(s): Alexander V. Popov, Galen T. Craven, and Rigoberto HernandezThe assembly of monomeric constituents into molecular superstructures through sequential-arrival processes has been simulated and … - Recovering a stochastic process from super-resolution noisy ensembles of single-particle trajectories

Author(s): N. Hoze and D. HolcmanRecovering a stochastic process from noisy ensembles of single-particle trajectories is resolved here using the coarse-grained Langevin equation as a model. The massiv … - Continuity of the entropy of macroscopic quantum systems

Author(s): Robert H. SwendsenThe proper definition of entropy is fundamental to the relationship between statistical mechanics and thermodynamics. It also plays a major role in the recent debate about … - Generalized transport coefficients for inelastic Maxwell mixtures under shear flow

Author(s): Vicente Garzó and Emmanuel TrizacThe Boltzmann equation framework for inelastic Maxwell models is considered to determine the transport coefficients associated with the mass, momentum, and … - Monodisperse cluster crystals: Classical and quantum dynamics

Author(s): Rogelio Díaz-Méndez, Fabio Mezzacapo, Fabio Cinti, Wolfgang Lechner, and Guido PupilloWe study the phases and dynamics of a gas of monodisperse particles interacting via soft-core potential … - Correlation between rearrangements and soft modes in polymer glasses during deformation and recovery

Author(s): Anton Smessaert and Jörg RottlerWe explore the link between soft vibrational modes and local relaxation events in polymer glasses during physical aging, active deformation at constant strai …