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Author(s): Detlef Lohse and Xuehua Zhang (张雪花)Surface nanobubbles are experimentally known to survive for days at hydrophobic surfaces immersed in gas-oversaturated water. This is different from bulk … - Driven diffusive systems with mutually interactive Langmuir kinetics

Author(s): H. D. Vuijk, R. Rens, M. Vahabi, F. C. MacKintosh, and A. SharmaWe investigate the simple one-dimensional driven model, the totally asymmetric exclusion process, coupled to mutually interac … - Double Lynden-Bell structure of low-energy quasistationary distributions in the Hamiltonian mean-field model

Author(s): Eiji Konishi and Masa-aki SakagamiIn the Hamiltonian mean-field model, we study the core-halo structure of low-energy quasistationary states under unsteady water-bag type initial conditions … - Phase transitions in a frustrated Ising antiferromagnet on a square lattice

Author(s): A. Bobák, T. Lučivjanský, M. Borovský, and M. ŽukovičThe phase transitions occurring in the frustrated Ising square antiferromagnet with first- (J1<0) and second-nearest-neighbor (J2< … - Bicritical universality of the anisotropic Heisenberg model in a crystal field

Author(s): R. T. S. Freire and J. A. PlascakThe bicritical properties of the three-dimensional classical anisotropic Heisenberg model in a crystal field are investigated through extensive Monte Carlo … - Competition between geometrically induced and density-driven segregation mechanisms in vibrofluidized granular systems

Author(s): C. R. K. Windows-Yule, G. J. M. Douglas, and D. J. ParkerThe behaviors of granular systems are sensitive to a wide variety of particle properties, including size, density, elasticity, and s … - Role of defects in the onset of wall-induced granular convection

Author(s): Andrea Fortini and Kai HuangWe investigate the onset of wall-induced convection in vertically vibrated granular matter by means of experiments and two-dimensional computer simulations. In b … - Stationary solutions for metapopulation Moran models with mutation and selection

Author(s): George W. A. Constable and Alan J. McKaneWe construct an individual-based metapopulation model of population genetics featuring migration, mutation, selection, and genetic drift. In the cas … - Flow-induced separation in wall turbulence

Author(s): Quoc Nguyen, Chiranth Srinivasan, and Dimitrios V. PapavassiliouOne of the defining characteristics of turbulence is its ability to promote mixing. We present here a case where the opposite … - Direct observation of the two-plasmon-decay common plasma wave using ultraviolet Thomson scattering

Author(s): R. K. Follett, D. H. Edgell, R. J. Henchen, S. X. Hu, J. Katz, D. T. Michel, J. F. Myatt, J. Shaw, and D. H. FroulaA 263-nm Thomson-scattering beam was used to directly probe two-plasmon-de … - Thermodynamic geometry of supercooled water

Author(s): Helge-Otmar May, Peter Mausbach, and George RuppeinerThe thermodynamic curvature scalar R is evaluated for supercooled water with a two-state equation of state correlated with the most rece … - Slicing the three-dimensional Ising model: Critical equilibrium and coarsening dynamics

Author(s): Jeferson J. Arenzon, Leticia F. Cugliandolo, and Marco PiccoWe study the evolution of spin clusters on two-dimensional slices of the three-dimensional Ising model in contact with a heat bat … - Effects of degree correlations on the explosive synchronization of scale-free networks

Author(s): I. Sendiña-Nadal, I. Leyva, A. Navas, J. A. Villacorta-Atienza, J. A. Almendral, Z. Wang, and S. BoccalettiWe study the organization of finite-size, large ensembles of phase oscillators net … - Experimental investigation of the elastic enhancement factor in a transient region between regular and chaotic dynamics

Author(s): Michał Ławniczak, Małgorzata Białous, Vitalii Yunko, Szymon Bauch, and Leszek SirkoWe present the results of an experimental study of the elastic enhancement factor W for a microwave rectan … - Influence of the medium's dimensionality on defect-mediated turbulence

Author(s): Ghislain St-Yves and Jörn DavidsenSpatiotemporal chaos in oscillatory and excitable media is often characterized by the presence of phase singularities called defects. Understanding such de … - Absorption of waves by large-scale winds in stratified turbulence

Author(s): P. Clark di Leoni and P. D. MininniThe atmosphere is a nonlinear stratified fluid in which internal gravity waves are present. These waves interact with the flow, resulting in wave turbulen … - Anisotropic particle in viscous shear flow: Navier slip, reciprocal symmetry, and Jeffery orbit

Author(s): Jiaolong Zhang, Xinpeng Xu, and Tiezheng QianThe hydrodynamic reciprocal theorem for Stokes flows is generalized to incorporate the Navier slip boundary condition, which can be derived from … - Log-stable law of energy dissipation as a framework of turbulence intermittency

Author(s): Hideaki MouriTo describe the small-scale intermittency of turbulence, a self-similarity is assumed for the probability density function of a logarithm of the rate of energy dissipation smoo … - Statistical conservation law in two- and three-dimensional turbulent flows

Author(s): Anna Frishman, Guido Boffetta, Filippo De Lillo, and Alex LiberzonParticles in turbulence live complicated lives. It is nonetheless sometimes possible to find order in this complexity. It w … - Bulk viscosity of multiparticle collision dynamics fluids

Author(s): Mario Theers and Roland G. WinklerWe determine the viscosity parameters of the multiparticle collision dynamics (MPC) approach, a particle-based mesoscale hydrodynamic simulation method for … - Simple calculation of ab initio melting curves: Application to aluminum

Author(s): Grégory Robert, Philippe Legrand, Philippe Arnault, Nicolas Desbiens, and Jean ClérouinWe present a simple, fast, and promising method to compute the melting curves of materials with ab ini … - Comment on “Dynamic transition of supercritical hydrogen: Defining the boundary between interior and atmosphere in gas giants”

Author(s): Taras BrykTrachenko et al. [Phys. Rev. E 89, 032126 (2014)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.89.032126] have argued for the existence of a “Frenkel line” in fluid hydrogen that separates “rigid” and “n … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Dynamic transition of supercritical hydrogen: Defining the boundary between interior and atmosphere in gas giants’ ”

Author(s): K. Trachenko and V. V. BrazhkinWe have recently proposed the dynamic transition of molecular hydrogen in gas giants around 10 GPa based on the recent understanding of a supercritical state … - Work done and irreversible entropy production in a suddenly quenched quantum spin chain with asymmetrical excitation spectra

Author(s): Ming Zhong and Peiqing TongIn this paper, we extend the studies on the emergent thermodynamics in a quenched quantum Ising chain (QIC) [R. Dorner, J. Goold, C. Cormick, M. Paternostro, and ... - Fixed-point distributions of short-range Ising spin glasses on hierarchical lattices

Author(s): Sebastião T. O. Almeida and Fernando D. NobreFixed-point distributions for the couplings of Ising spin glasses with nearest-neighbor interactions on hierarchical lattices are investigated n ... - Stochastic dynamics of collective modes for Brownian dipoles

Author(s): Leticia F. Cugliandolo, Pierre-Michel Déjardin, Gustavo S. Lozano, and Frédéric van WijlandThe individual motion of a colloidal particle is described by an overdamped Langevin equation. Whe ... - Solution of the explosive percolation quest. II. Infinite-order transition produced by the initial distributions of clusters

Author(s): R. A. da Costa, S. N. Dorogovtsev, A. V. Goltsev, and J. F. F. MendesWe describe the effect of power-law initial distributions of clusters on ordinary percolation and its generalizations, s ... - Active microrheology in active matter systems: Mobility, intermittency, and avalanches

Author(s): C. Reichhardt and C. J. Olson ReichhardtWe examine the mobility and velocity fluctuations of a driven particle moving through an active matter bath of self-mobile disks for varied density o ... - Role of side-chain interactions on the formation of α-helices in model peptides

Author(s): Farbod Mahmoudinobar, Cristiano L. Dias, and Ronen ZangiThe role played by side-chain interactions on the formation of α-helices is studied using extensive all-atom molecular dynamics simul ... - Origin of finite pulse trains: Homoclinic snaking in excitable media

Author(s): Arik Yochelis, Edgar Knobloch, and Michael H. KöpfMany physical, chemical, and biological systems exhibit traveling waves as a result of either an oscillatory instability or excitability. I ... - Metamorphosis of helical magnetorotational instability in the presence of axial electric current

Author(s): Jānis PriedeThis paper presents numerical linear stability analysis of a cylindrical Taylor-Couette flow of liquid metal carrying axial electric current in a generally helical external magn ... - Staggered parity-time-symmetric ladders with cubic nonlinearity

Author(s): Jennie D'Ambroise, P. G. Kevrekidis, and Boris A. MalomedWe introduce a ladder-shaped chain with each rung carrying a parity-time- (PT-) symmetric gain-loss dimer. The polarity of the ... - Theory and application of shapelets to the analysis of surface self-assembly imaging

Author(s): Robert Suderman, Daniel J. Lizotte, and Nasser Mohieddin AbukhdeirA method for quantitative analysis of local pattern strength and defects in surface self-assembly imaging is presented and ... - Extended canonical Monte Carlo methods: Improving accuracy of microcanonical calculations using a reweighting technique

Author(s): L. Velazquez and J. C. Castro-PalacioVelazquez and Curilef [J. Stat. Mech. (2010) P0200210.1088/1742-5468/2010/02/P02002; J. Stat. Mech. (2010) P0402610.1088/1742-5468/2010/04/P04026] have … - Exact asymptotics of the current in boundary-driven dissipative quantum chains in large external fields

Author(s): Zala Lenarčič and Tomaž ProsenThis paper studies the steady-state current in a quantum chain driven by both boundary terms and an external force. The authors develop a perturbation expansio … - Reconstructing weighted networks from dynamics

Author(s): Emily S. C. Ching, Pik-Yin Lai, and C. Y. LeungWe present a method that reconstructs both the links and their relative coupling strength of bidirectional weighted networks. Our method requi … - Failure criterion for materials with spatially correlated mechanical properties

Author(s): J. Faillettaz and D. OrThe role of spatially correlated mechanical elements in the failure behavior of heterogeneous materials represented by fiber bundle models (FBMs) was evaluated system … - Traveling wave in a three-dimensional array of conformist and contrarian oscillators

Author(s): Danh-Tai Hoang, Junghyo Jo, and Hyunsuk HongWe consider a system of conformist and contrarian oscillators coupled locally in a three-dimensional cubic lattice and explore collective behavio … - Entropy-production-driven oscillators in simple nonequilibrium networks

Author(s): Jeffrey K. Weber and Vijay S. PandeThe development of tractable nonequilibrium simulation methods represents a bottleneck for efforts to describe the functional dynamics that occur within l … - Effective time-independent analysis for quantum kicked systems

Author(s): Jayendra N. Bandyopadhyay and Tapomoy Guha SarkarWe present a mapping of potentially chaotic time-dependent quantum kicked systems to an equivalent approximate effective time-independent sc … - Two-dimensional homogeneous isotropic fluid turbulence with polymer additives

Author(s): Anupam Gupta, Prasad Perlekar, and Rahul PanditWe carry out an extensive and high-resolution direct numerical simulation of homogeneous, isotropic turbulence in two-dimensional fluid films … - Separated spin-up and spin-down quantum hydrodynamics of degenerated electrons: Spin-electron acoustic wave appearance

Author(s): Pavel A. AndreevThe quantum hydrodynamic (QHD) model of charged spin-1/2 particles contains physical quantities defined for all particles of a species including particles with spin-up and w … - Ab initio approach to model x-ray diffraction in warm dense matter

Author(s): J. Vorberger and D. O. GerickeIt is demonstrated how the static electron-electron structure factor in warm dense matter can be obtained from density functional theory in combination with qu … - Time-frequency dynamics of superluminal pulse transition to the subluminal regime

Author(s): Ahmed H. Dorrah, Abhinav Ramakrishnan, and Mo MojahediSpectral reshaping and nonuniform phase delay associated with an electromagnetic pulse propagating in a temporally dispersive medium ma … - Comment on “Acoustical observation of bubble oscillations induced by bubble popping”

Author(s): É. Blanc, F. Ollivier, A. Antkowiak, and R. WunenburgerWe have reproduced the experiment of acoustic monitoring of spontaneous popping of single soap bubbles standing in air reported by Din … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Acoustical observation of bubble oscillations induced by bubble popping’ ”

Author(s): Junqi DingWe reported on the sound pressure generated by aqueous foam bursts in our paper [Ding et al., Phys. Rev. E 75, 041601 (2007)10.1103/PhysRevE.75.041601]. Blanc et al., [Phys. Rev. … - Crystallization and reentrant melting of charged colloids in nonpolar solvents

Author(s): Toshimitsu Kanai, Niels Boon, Peter J. Lu (陸述義), Eli Sloutskin, Andrew B. Schofield, Frank Smallenburg, René van Roij, Marjolein Dijkstra, and David A. WeitzWe explore the crystallization o … - Thomson rings in a disk

Author(s): M. Cerkaski, R. G. Nazmitdinov, and A. PuenteWe discuss the basic principles of self-organization of a finite number of charged particles interacting via the 1/r Coulomb potential in disk g … - Elastocapillarity can control the formation and the morphology of beads-on-string structures in solid fibers

Author(s): M. Taffetani and P. CiarlettaBeads-on-string patterns have been experimentally observed in solid cylinders for a wide range of material properties and structural lengths, from millimetric s … - Effect of hockey-stick-shaped molecules on the critical behavior at the nematic to isotropic and smectic-A to nematic phase transitions in octylcyanobiphenyl

Author(s): Anish Chakraborty, Susanta Chakraborty, and Malay Kumar DasIn the field of soft matter research, the characteristic behavior of both nematic–isotropic (N−I) and smectic-A nematic (Sm-A N) p … - Channel-noise-induced critical slowing in the subthreshold Hodgkin-Huxley neuron

Author(s): Alex Bukoski, D. A. Steyn-Ross, and Moira L. Steyn-RossThe dynamics of a spiking neuron approaching threshold is investigated in the framework of Markov-chain models describing the random s … - Unusual specific heat of almost dry L-cysteine and L-cystine amino acids

Author(s): M. S. Ishikawa, T. A. Lima, F. F. Ferreira, and H. S. MartinhoA detailed quantitative analysis of the specific heat in the 0.5- to 200-K temperature range for almost dry L-cysteine and its … - Energy-driven pattern formation in planar dipole-dipole systems in the presence of weak noise

Author(s): Jaron Kent-Dobias and Andrew J. BernoffWe study pattern formation in planar fluid systems driven by intermolecular cohesion (which manifests as a line tension) and dipole-dipole repulsion, … - Nonsinusoidal current and current reversals in a gating ratchet

Author(s): Luis Dinis and Niurka R. QuinteroIn this work, the ratchet dynamics of Brownian particles driven by an external sinusoidal (harmonic) force is investigated. The gating ratchet effect is obs … - Microscopic instability in recurrent neural networks

Author(s): Yuzuru Yamanaka, Shun-ichi Amari, and Shigeru ShinomotoIn a manner similar to the molecular chaos that underlies the stable thermodynamics of gases, a neuronal system may exhibit microscopi … - Internal noise and system size effects induce nondiffusive kink dynamics

Author(s): Diego A. C. Contreras and Marcel G. ClercWe investigate the effects of inherent fluctuations and system size in the dynamics of domain between uniform symmetric states. In the case of monot … - Counter-extrapolation method for conjugate interfaces in computational heat and mass transfer

Author(s): Guigao Le, Othmane Oulaid, and Junfeng ZhangIn this paper a conjugate interface method is developed by performing extrapolations along the normal direction. Compared to other existing conju … - Detecting and interpreting distortions in hierarchical organization of complex time series

Author(s): Stanisław Drożdż and Paweł OświȩcimkaHierarchical organization is a cornerstone of complexity and multifractality constitutes its central quantifying concept. For model uniform cascades the … - Hydrodynamic synchronization of autonomously oscillating optically trapped particles

Author(s): Ivna Kavre, Andrej Vilfan, and Dušan BabičThe authors study synchronization of oscillating micron-sized elliptical particles that are dispersed in water and trapped in separate focused lase … - Fixation properties of subdivided populations with balancing selection

Author(s): Pierangelo Lombardo, Andrea Gambassi, and Luca Dall'AstaIn subdivided populations, migration acts together with selection and genetic drift and determines their evolution. Building upo … - Dynamic criticality far from equilibrium: One-loop flow of Burgers-Kardar-Parisi-Zhang systems with broken Galilean invariance

Author(s): Philipp StrackBurgers-Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) scaling has recently (re-) surfaced in a variety of physical contexts, ranging from anharmonic chains to quantum systems such as open superfl … - Open quantum reaction-diffusion dynamics: Absorbing states and relaxation

Author(s): Merlijn van Horssen and Juan P. GarrahanWe consider an extension of classical stochastic reaction-diffusion (RD) dynamics to open quantum systems. We study a class of models of hard-core pa … - Bottom-up model of adsorption and transport in multiscale porous media

Author(s): Alexandru Boţan, Franz-Josef Ulm, Roland J.-M. Pellenq, and Benoit CoasneWe develop a model of transport in multiscale porous media which accounts for adsorption in the different porosity s … - Horizontal flow and surface patterns in a vertically vibrated annular granular layer

Author(s): Hui Cai, Weizhong Chen, and Guoqing MiaoA set of experiments was carried out on the motion of granular materials in a vertically vibrated annular system with a sawtooth-shaped base. We obse … - Model for the interpretation of nuclear magnetic resonance relaxometry of hydrated porous silicate materials

Author(s): D. A. Faux, S.-H. P. Cachia, P. J. McDonald, J. S. Bhatt, N. C. Howlett, and S. V. ChurakovNuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxation experimentation is an effective technique for probing … - Tunable dielectric constant of water at the nanoscale

Author(s): R. Renou, A. Szymczyk, and A. GhoufiUsing molecular dynamics simulations, the influence of the surface charge density of a nanotube on the static dielectric permittivity ε of confined water … - Plastic deformation of a model glass induced by a local shear transformation

Author(s): Nikolai V. PriezjevThe effect of a local shear transformation on plastic deformation of a three-dimensional amorphous solid is studied using molecular dynamics simulations. We consider a sp … - Modeling the average shortest-path length in growth of word-adjacency networks

Author(s): Andrzej Kulig, Stanisław Drożdż, Jarosław Kwapień, and Paweł OświȩcimkaWe investigate properties of evolving linguistic networks defined by the word-adjacency relation. Such networks belong … - Two-dimensional linear and nonlinear Talbot effect from rogue waves

Author(s): Yiqi Zhang (张贻齐), Milivoj R. Belić, Milan S. Petrović, Huaibin Zheng (郑淮斌), Haixia Chen (陈海霞), Changbiao Li (李昌彪), Keqing Lu (卢克清), and Yanpeng Zhang (张彦鹏)We introduce two-dimensional (2D) … - Subcriticality of the zigzag transition: A nonlinear bifurcation analysis

Author(s): Tommy Dessup, Christophe Coste, and Michel Saint JeanWhen repelling particles are confined by a transverse potential in quasi-one-dimensional geometry, the straight line equilibrium configu … - Chimera states in systems of nonlocal nonidentical phase-coupled oscillators

Author(s): Jianbo Xie, Hsien-Ching Kao, and Edgar KnoblochChimera states consisting of domains of coherently and incoherently oscillating nonlocally coupled phase oscillators in systems with spatial i … - Hydrodynamic analysis of flagellated bacteria swimming near one and between two no-slip plane boundaries

Author(s): Henry Shum and Eamonn A. GaffneyThe motility of swimming bacteria near solid surfaces has implications in a wide range of scenarios, including water treatment facilities, microfluidics, and … - Fluid approach to evaluate sound velocity in Yukawa systems and complex plasmas

Author(s): Sergey A. Khrapak and Hubertus M. ThomasThe conventional fluid description of multicomponent plasma, supplemented by an appropriate equation of state for the macroparticle component, is use … - Kinetic Monte Carlo algorithm for thermally induced breakdown of fiber bundles

Author(s): Naoki Yoshioka, Ferenc Kun, and Nobuyasu ItoFiber bundle models are one of the most fundamental modeling approaches for the investigation of the fracture of heterogeneous materials being ab … - Low-temperature Glauber dynamics under weak competing interactions

Author(s): M. D. GrynbergWe consider the low but nonzero-temperature regimes of the Glauber dynamics in a chain of Ising spins with first- and second-neighbor interactions J1, J2. For 0<−J2/|J1| … - Synchronization of networked chaotic oscillators under external periodic driving

Author(s): Wenchao Yang, Weijie Lin, Xingang Wang, and Liang HuangThe dynamical responses of a complex system to external perturbations are of both fundamental interest and practical significance. Her … - Computer simulations of three-dimensional Turing patterns in the Lengyel-Epstein model

Author(s): Hiroto Shoji and Takao OhtaWe investigate numerically Turing patterns in the Lengyel-Epstein model in three dimensions. In a bulk homogeneous system under periodic boundary conditions, we o … - Nonautonomous discrete bright soliton solutions and interaction management for the Ablowitz-Ladik equation

Author(s): Fajun YuWe present the nonautonomous discrete bright soliton solutions and their interactions in the discrete Ablowitz-Ladik (DAL) equation with variable coefficients, which possesses compl … - Nonparametric forecasting of low-dimensional dynamical systems

Author(s): Tyrus Berry, Dimitrios Giannakis, and John HarlimThis paper presents a nonparametric modeling approach for forecasting stochastic dynamical systems on low-dimensional manifolds. The key ide … - Upscale energy transfer and flow topology in free-surface turbulence

Author(s): Salvatore Lovecchio, Francesco Zonta, and Alfredo SoldatiFree-surface turbulence, albeit constrained onto a two-dimensional space, exhibits features that barely resemble predictions of simp … - Near-field acoustic streaming jet

Author(s): B. Moudjed, V. Botton, D. Henry, S. Millet, J. P. Garandet, and H. Ben HadidA numerical and experimental investigation of the acoustic streaming flow in the near field of a circular plane u … - Effects of scars on icosahedral crystalline shell stability under external pressure

Author(s): Duanduan Wan, Mark J. Bowick, and Rastko SknepnekWe study how the stability of spherical crystalline shells under external pressure is influenced by the defect structure. In particular, we … - Interaction of scroll waves in an excitable medium: Reconnection and repulsion

Author(s): Nirmali Prabha Das and Sumana DuttaScroll waves of reentrant activity and their interactions pose a serious threat to cardiac health. In experiments with the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction w … - Rigidity percolation by next-nearest-neighbor bonds on generic and regular isostatic lattices

Author(s): Leyou Zhang, D. Zeb Rocklin, Bryan Gin-ge Chen, and Xiaoming MaoWe study rigidity percolation transitions in two-dimensional central-force isostatic lattices, including the square and the k … - Simulation of stationary Gaussian noise with regard to the Langevin equation with memory effect

Author(s): Julian Schmidt, Alex Meistrenko, Hendrik van Hees, Zhe Xu, and Carsten GreinerWe present an efficient method for simulating a stationary Gaussian noise with an arbitrary covariance function … - Parallel multicanonical study of the three-dimensional Blume-Capel model

Author(s): Johannes Zierenberg, Nikolaos G. Fytas, and Wolfhard JankeWe study the thermodynamic properties of the three-dimensional Blume-Capel model on the simple cubic lattice by means of computer s … - Heat conduction in a chain of dissociating particles: Effect of dimensionality

Author(s): V. Zolotarevskiy, A. V. Savin, and O. V. GendelmanThe paper considers heat conduction in a model chain of composite particles with hard core and elastic external shell. Such model mimics th … - Kinetic model for the finite-time thermodynamics of small heat engines

Author(s): Luca Cerino, Andrea Puglisi, and Angelo VulpianiWe study a molecular engine constituted by a gas of N∼102 molecules enclosed between a massive piston and a thermostat. The force acting on t … - Effects of shape and size polydispersity on strength properties of granular materials

Author(s): Duc-Hanh Nguyen, Emilien Azéma, Philippe Sornay, and Farhang RadjaiBy means of extensive contact dynamics simulations, we analyze the combined effects of polydispersity both in particle siz … - Synchronization of tunable asymmetric square-wave pulses in delay-coupled optoelectronic oscillators

Author(s): Jade Martínez-Llinàs, Pere Colet, and Thomas ErneuxWe consider a model for two delay-coupled optoelectronic oscillators under positive delayed feedback as prototypical to study the conditio … - Revealing an intermediate region between the collisional radiofrequency plasma bulk and its sheath

Author(s): J. Beckers, D. J. M. Trienekens, and G. M. W. KroesenExperimental evidence of the existence of an intermediate region between a capacitively coupled plasma and the collisional space-charge … - Spin models in three dimensions: Adaptive lattice spacing

Author(s): Martin HasenbuschAiming at the study of critical phenomena in the presence of boundaries with a nontrivial shape we discuss how lattices with an adaptive lattice spacing can be implemented. … - Asymmetric crystallization during cooling and heating in model glass-forming systems

Author(s): Minglei Wang, Kai Zhang, Zhusong Li, Yanhui Liu, Jan Schroers, Mark D. Shattuck, and Corey S. O'HernWe perform molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of the crystallization process in bin … - Anisotropic elasticity of experimental colloidal Wigner crystals

Author(s): Emily R. Russell, Frans Spaepen, and David A. WeitzColloidal particles interacting via a long-range repulsion can, in contrast to hard-sphere systems, exhibit crystalline ordering at low vo … - Free induction decay caused by a dipole field

Author(s): C. H. Ziener, F. T. Kurz, and T. KampfWe analyze the free induction decay of nuclear spins under the influence of restricted diffusion in a magnetic dipole field around cylindrical objects. … - Social diffusion and global drift on networks

Author(s): Hiroki Sayama and Roberta SinatraWe study a mathematical model of social diffusion on a symmetric weighted network where individual nodes' states gradually assimilate to local social n … - Fermionic path-integral Monte Carlo results for the uniform electron gas at finite temperature

Author(s): V. S. Filinov, V. E. Fortov, M. Bonitz, and Zh. MoldabekovThe uniform electron gas (UEG) at finite temperature has recently attracted substantial interest due to the experimental progress i … - Completely packed O(n) loop models and their relation with exactly solved coloring models

Author(s): Yougang Wang, Wenan Guo, and Henk W. J. BlöteWe investigate the completely packed O(n) loop model on the square lattice, and its generalization to an Eulerian graph model, which follows by … - Shear-stress function approach of hydration layer based on the Green-Kubo formula

Author(s): Bongsu Kim, Soyoung Kwon, Geol Moon, and Wonho JheWe present the analytic expression of the stress correlation (SC) function for the ubiquitous hydration water layer (HWL) using the Green-K … - Different mechanisms for dynamical arrest in largely asymmetric binary mixtures

Author(s): J. Hendricks, R. Capellmann, A. B. Schofield, S. U. Egelhaaf, and M. LauratiUsing confocal microscopy we investigate binary colloidal mixtures with large size asymmetry, in particular the f …