- Distribution of residence times as a marker to distinguish different pathways for quantum transport

Author(s): Samuel L. Rudge and Daniel S. KosovElectron transport through a nanoscale system is an inherently stochastic quantum mechanical process. Electric current is a time series of electron tunnel … - Controlling heat flows among three reservoirs asymmetrically coupled to two two-level systems

Author(s): Zhong-Xiao Man, Nguyen Ba An, and Yun-Jie XiaWe study heat flows among three thermal reservoirs via two two-level systems (TLSs). Two reservoirs are coupled to one TLS and the third reservo … - Ordered phase of the O(N) model within the nonperturbative renormalization group

Author(s): Marcela Peláez and Nicolás WscheborWe analyze nonperturbative renormalization group flow equations for the ordered phase of Z_{2} and O(N) invariant scalar models. This is done within the w … - Phase transition in the parametric natural visibility graph

Author(s): A. A. Snarskii and I. V. BezsudnovWe investigate time series by mapping them to the complex networks using a parametric natural visibility graph (PNVG) algorithm that generates graphs depen … - Lévy-noise-induced transport in a rough triple-well potential

Author(s): Yongge Li, Yong Xu, Jürgen Kurths, and Xiaole YueRough energy landscape and noisy environment are two common features in many subjects, such as protein folding. Due to the wide findings of … - Differential-flow-induced transition of traveling wave patterns and wave splitting

Author(s): Shyamolina Ghosh, Shibashis Paul, and Deb Shankar RayWe have analyzed the differential flow-induced instability in the presence of diffusive transport in a reaction-diffusion system followi … - Algebraic study of drifting spiral waves

Author(s): Marcel WellnerThis two-dimensional study is motivated by cardiac electrophysiology, and focuses on rotating spiral waves in reaction-diffusion (RD) models. Here we deal with a spiral's … - Solution of classical evolutionary models in the limit when the diffusion approximation breaks down

Author(s): David B. Saakian and Chin-Kun HuThe discrete time mathematical models of evolution (the discrete time Eigen model, the Moran model, and the Wright-Fisher model) have many applications in co … - Computational model for amoeboid motion: Coupling membrane and cytosol dynamics

Author(s): Adrian Moure and Hector GomezA distinguishing feature of amoeboid motion is that the migrating cell undergoes large deformations, caused by the emergence and retraction of actin-rich protru … - Inertial hydrodynamic ratchet: Rectification of colloidal flow in tubes of variable diameter

Author(s): František SlaninaWe investigate analytically a microfluidic device consisting of a tube with a nonuniform but spatially periodic diameter, where a fluid driven back and forth by a pump carr … - Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation of binary charged lipid membranes: Phase separation and morphological dynamics

Author(s): Hiroaki Ito, Yuji Higuchi, and Naofumi ShimokawaBiomembranes, which are mainly composed of neutral and charged lipids, exhibit a large variety of functional structures and dynamics. Here, w … - Decoupled length scales for diffusivity and viscosity in glass-forming liquids

Author(s): H. L. Peng and Th. VoigtmannThe growth of the characteristic length scales both for diffusion and viscosity is investigated by molecular dynamics utilizing the finite-size effect in a binar … - Rotating colloids in rotating magnetic fields: Dipolar relaxation and hydrodynamic coupling

Author(s): Anna C. H. Coughlan and Michael A. BevanVideo microscopy (VM) experiments and Brownian dynamics (BD) simulations were used to measure and model superparamagnetic colloidal particles in rota … - Persistent quasiplanar nematic texture: Its properties and topological defects

Author(s): Pawel Pieranski, Maria Helena Godinho, and Simon ČoparIn the so-called quasiplanar texture of a nematic layer confined between parallel plates with homeotropic anchoring conditions, the dir … - Breathers and rogue waves excited by all-magnonic spin-transfer torque

Author(s): Zai-Dong Li, Qiu-Yan Li, Tian-Fu Xu, and Peng-Bin HeIn terms of Darboux transformation we investigate the dynamic process of spin wave passing through a magnetic soliton. It causes nonlinea … - Symmetric and asymmetric optical multipeak solitons on a continuous wave background in the femtosecond regime

Author(s): Chong Liu, Zhan-Ying Yang, Li-Chen Zhao, Liang Duan, Guangye Yang, and Wen-Li YangWe study symmetric and asymmetric optical multipeak solitons on a continuous wave background in the femtose … - Oslo model, hyperuniformity, and the quenched Edwards-Wilkinson model

Author(s): Peter Grassberger, Deepak Dhar, and P. K. MohantyWe present simulations of the one-dimensional Oslo rice pile model in which the critical height at each site is randomly reset after each to … - Solution of the nonlinear inverse scattering problem by T-matrix completion. I. Theory

Author(s): Howard W. Levinson and Vadim A. MarkelWe propose a conceptually different method for solving nonlinear inverse scattering problems (ISPs) such as are commonly encountered in tomographic ult … - Solution of the nonlinear inverse scattering problem by T-matrix completion. II. Simulations

Author(s): Howard W. Levinson and Vadim A. MarkelThis is Part II of the paper series on data-compatible T-matrix completion (DCTMC), which is a method for solving nonlinear inverse problems. Part I of … - Simulation of Rutherford backscattering spectrometry from arbitrary atom structures

Author(s): S. Zhang (张硕), K. Nordlund, F. Djurabekova, Y. Zhang, G. Velisa, and T. S. WangRutherford backscattering spectrometry in a channeling direction (RBS/C) is a powerful tool for analysis of th … - Simulation of dissolution in porous media in three dimensions with lattice Boltzmann, finite-volume, and surface-rescaling methods

Author(s): F. Gray, J. Cen, and E. S. BoekWe present a pore-scale dissolution model for the simulation of reactive transport in complex porous media such as those encountered in carbon-storage injecti … - Types and concentrations of metal ions affect local structure and dynamics of RNA

Author(s): Jun Wang and Yi XiaoThe roles that metal ions play in the structure and dynamics of RNA molecules are long-standing problems that have been studied extensively but are still not well unders … - Exact spectral densities of complex noise-plus-structure random matrices

Author(s): Jacek Grela and Thomas GuhrWe use supersymmetry to calculate exact spectral densities for a class of complex random matrix models having the form M=S+LXR, where X is a random noise part X, … - Role of Ito's lemma in sampling pinned diffusion paths in the continuous-time limit

Author(s): P. J. Malsom and F. J. PinskiWe consider pinned diffusion paths that are explored by a particle moving via a conservative force while being in thermal equilibrium with its surroundings. To … - Random walks with fractally correlated traps: Stretched exponential and power-law survival kinetics

Author(s): Dan Plyukhin and Alex V. PlyukhinWe consider the survival probability f(t) of a random walk with a constant hopping rate w on a host lattice of fractal dimension d and spectral dimension d_ … - Numerical analysis of homogeneous and inhomogeneous intermittent search strategies

Author(s): Karsten Schwarz, Yannick Schröder, and Heiko RiegerRandom search processes for targets that are inhomogeneously distributed in a search domain require spatially inhomogeneous search strateg … - Spike latency and response properties of an excitable micropillar laser

Author(s): F. Selmi, R. Braive, G. Beaudoin, I. Sagnes, R. Kuszelewicz, T. Erneux, and S. BarbayWe present experimental measurements concerning the response of an excitable micropillar laser with satu … - Input-output relationship in social communications characterized by spike train analysis

Author(s): Takaaki Aoki, Taro Takaguchi, Ryota Kobayashi, and Renaud LambiotteWe study the dynamical properties of human communication through different channels, i.e., short messages, phone calls, an … - Hybrid asymptotic-numerical approach for estimating first-passage-time densities of the two-dimensional narrow capture problem

Author(s): A. E. Lindsay, R. T. Spoonmore, and J. C. TzouA hybrid asymptotic-numerical method is presented for obtaining an asymptotic estimate for the full probability distribution of capture times o … - Frequency modulation of stochastic gene expression bursts by strongly interacting small RNAs

Author(s): Niraj Kumar, Tao Jia, Kourosh Zarringhalam, and Rahul V. KulkarniThe sporadic nature of gene expression at the single-cell level—long periods of inactivity punctuated by bursts of mRNA or p … - Experimental observation of phase-flip transitions in the brain

Author(s): Nicholas M. Dotson and Charles M. GrayThe phase-flip transition has been demonstrated in a host of coupled nonlinear oscillator models, many pertaining directly to understanding neural dyna … - Reanalysis of the electrode polarization in electrolytic cells limited by blocking electrodes

Author(s): J. Ross Macdonald and G. BarberoWe evaluate the effect of ions on the electric response of an insulting liquid by means of the total electric polarization induced in a cell by an external f … - Renormalized jellium model for colloidal mixtures

Author(s): María Isabel García de Soria, Carlos E. Álvarez, and Emmanuel TrizacIn an attempt to quantify the role of polydispersity in colloidal suspensions, we present an efficient implementation of … - Wetting hysteresis of nanodrops on nanorough surfaces

Author(s): Cheng-Chung Chang, Yu-Jane Sheng, and Heng-Kwong TsaoNanodrops on smooth or patterned rough surfaces are explored by many-body dissipative particle dynamics to demonstrate the influence of … - Computer simulation of the effect of deformation on the morphology and flow properties of porous media

Author(s): Sahar Bakhshian and Muhammad SahimiWe report on the results of extensive computer simulation of the effect of deformation on the morphology of a porous medium and its fluid flow properties. … - Uncovering the deformation mechanisms of origami metamaterials by introducing generic degree-four vertices

Author(s): Hongbin Fang, Suyi Li, Huimin Ji, and K. W. WangOrigami-based design holds promise for developing new mechanical metamaterials whose overall kinematic and mechanical properties can be progr … - Lift force due to odd Hall viscosity

Author(s): E. KoganWe study the problem of flow of a neutral gas past an infinite cylinder at right angle to its axis at low Reynolds number when the fluid is characterized by broken time-reversal inv … - Dynamic response of a thin sessile drop of conductive liquid to an abruptly applied or removed electric field

Author(s): L. T. Corson, N. J. Mottram, B. R. Duffy, S. K. Wilson, C. Tsakonas, and C. V. BrownWe consider, both theoretically and experimentally, a thin sessile drop of conductive liquid that rests o … - Autoresonances of m=2 diocotron oscillations in non-neutral electron plasmas

Author(s): K. Gomberoff, H. Higaki, C. Kaga, K. Ito, and H. OkamotoThe existence of autoresonances for m=2 diocotron oscillations of non-neutral electron plasmas in a uniform magnetic field was predic … - Atomic bound state and scattering properties of effective momentum-dependent potentials

Author(s): Gautham Dharuman, John Verboncoeur, Andrew Christlieb, and Michael S. MurilloEffective classical dynamics provide a potentially powerful avenue for modeling large-scale dynamical quantum sy … - Decoupled scheme based on the Hermite expansion to construct lattice Boltzmann models for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations with arbitrary specific heat ratio

Author(s): Kainan Hu, Hongwu Zhang, and Shaojuan GengA decoupled scheme based on the Hermite expansion to construct lattice Boltzmann models for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations with arbitrary … - Two-scale analysis of a tight gas sandstone

Author(s): Yang Song, C. A. Davy, Thang Nguyen Kim, D. Troadec, G. Hauss, L. Jeannin, and P. M. AdlerTight gas sandstones are low porosity media, with a very small permeability (i.e., below 1 mD). The … - Direct calculation of the critical Casimir force in a binary fluid

Author(s): Francesco Puosi, David Lopes Cardozo, Sergio Ciliberto, and Peter C. W. HoldsworthWe show that critical Casimir effects can be accessed through direct simulation of a model binary fluid pas … - Liquid-liquid critical point in a simple analytical model of water

Author(s): Tomaz UrbicA statistical model for a simple three-dimensional Mercedes-Benz model of water was used to study phase diagrams. This model on a simple level describes the thermal and volumetri … - Hamiltonian analogs of combustion engines: A systematic exception to adiabatic decoupling

Author(s): Lukas Gilz, Eike Thesing, and James R. AnglinWorkhorse theories throughout all of physics derive effective Hamiltonians to describe slow time evolution, even though low-frequency modes are … - Inverse Gaussian and its inverse process as the subordinators of fractional Brownian motion

Author(s): A. Wyłomańska, A. Kumar, R. Połoczański, and P. VellaisamyIn this paper we study the fractional Brownian motion (FBM) time changed by the inverse Gaussian (IG) process and its inverse, call … - Stochastic Fokker-Planck equation in random environments

Author(s): Paul C. BressloffWe analyze the stochastic dynamics of a large population of noninteracting particles driven by a common environmental input in the form of an Ornstein-Uhlenbeck (OU) proces … - Analytical and numerical study of travelling waves using the Maxwell-Cattaneo relaxation model extended to reaction-advection-diffusion systems

Author(s): V. A. Sabelnikov, N. N. Petrova, and A. N. LipatnikovWithin the framework of the Maxwell-Cattaneo relaxation model extended to reaction-diffusion systems with nonlinear advection, travellin … - Optimal inference strategies and their implications for the linear noise approximation

Author(s): David Hartich and Udo SeifertWe study the information loss of a class of inference strategies that is solely based on time averaging. For an array of independent binary sensors (e.g., recep … - Design of block-copolymer-based micelles for active and passive targeting

Author(s): Jérôme G. J. L. Lebouille, Frans A. M. Leermakers, Martien A. Cohen Stuart, and Remco TuinierA self-consistent field study is presented on the design of active and passive targeting block-c … - Time-dependent electrohydrodynamics of a compressible viscoelastic capsule in the small-deformation limit

Author(s): Rochish M. ThaokarA theoretical analysis of the time-dependent electrohydrodynamics of a viscoelastic compressible capsule, characterized by the two-dimensional Young's modulus and sur … - Bragg reflection band width and optical rotatory dispersion of cubic blue-phase liquid crystals

Author(s): Hiroyuki Yoshida, Konkanok Anucha, Yasuhiro Ogawa, Yuto Kawata, Masanori Ozaki, Jun-ichi Fukuda, and Hirotsugu KikuchiThe Bragg reflection band width and optical rotatory dispersion of liqu … - Magnetically tunable selective reflection of light by heliconical cholesterics

Author(s): S. M. Salili, J. Xiang, H. Wang, Q. Li, D. A. Paterson, J. M. D. Storey, C. T. Imrie, O. D. Lavrentovich, S. N. Sprunt, J. T. Gleeson, and A. JákliWe present studies of chiral nematic liqui … - Stability of thin liquid curtains

Author(s): E. S. Benilov, R. Barros, and S. B. G. O'BrienWe investigate the stability of thin liquid curtains with respect to two-dimensional perturbations. The dynamics of perturbations with wav … - Improved dynamical scaling analysis using the kernel method for nonequilibrium relaxation

Author(s): Yuki Echinaka and Yukiyasu OzekiThe dynamical scaling analysis for the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in the nonequilibrium relaxation method is improved by the use of Bayesian statistics a … - Revised Chapman-Enskog analysis for a class of forcing schemes in the lattice Boltzmann method

Author(s): Q. Li, P. Zhou, and H. J. YanIn the lattice Boltzmann (LB) method, the forcing scheme, which is used to incorporate an external or internal force into the LB equation, plays an important ro … - Equilibrium free-energy differences at different temperatures from a single set of nonequilibrium transitions

Author(s): Puneet Kumar Patra and Baidurya BhattacharyaCrook's fluctuation theorem (CFT) and Jarzynski equality (JE) are effective tools for obtaining free-energy difference ΔF(λ_{A}→λ_{B},T_{0}) … - From network reliability to the Ising model: A parallel scheme for estimating the joint density of states

Author(s): Yihui Ren, Stephen Eubank, and Madhurima NathNetwork reliability is the probability that a dynamical system composed of discrete elements interacting on a network will be found in a configu … - Possibility of short-term probabilistic forecasts for large earthquakes making good use of the limitations of existing catalogs

Author(s): Yoshito Hirata, Koji Iwayama, and Kazuyuki AiharaEarthquakes are quite hard to predict. One of the possible reasons can be the fact that the existing catalogs of past earthquakes are limite … - Stochastic inference with spiking neurons in the high-conductance state

Author(s): Mihai A. Petrovici, Johannes Bill, Ilja Bytschok, Johannes Schemmel, and Karlheinz MeierThe highly variable dynamics of neocortical circuits observed in vivo have been hypothesized to repre … - Vibrational properties of quasi-two-dimensional colloidal glasses with varying interparticle attraction

Author(s): Matthew D. Gratale, Xiaoguang Ma, Zoey S. Davidson, Tim Still, Piotr Habdas, and A. G. YodhWe measure the vibrational modes and particle dynamics of quasi-two-dimensional colloidal glasses … - Energy rectification in quantum graded spin chains: Analysis of the XXZ model

Author(s): Lucas Schuab, Emmanuel Pereira, and Gabriel T. LandiIn this work, with focus on the energy-transport properties in quantum, low-dimensional, graded materials, we address the investigation o … - Comparing the influence of distinct kinds of temporal disorder in a low-dimensional absorbing transition model

Author(s): C. M. D. Solano, M. M. de Oliveira, and C. E. FioreRecently it was stated that temporal disorder constitutes a relevant perturbation in absorbing phase transitions for all dimensions. Howev … - Grand-canonical condensate fluctuations in weakly interacting Bose-Einstein condensates of light

Author(s): Christoph Weiss and Jacques TempereGrand-canonical fluctuations of Bose-Einstein condensates of light are accessible to state-of-the-art experiments [J. Schmitt et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 112 ... - Yielding of glass under shear: A directed percolation transition precedes shear-band formation

Author(s): Gaurav Prakash Shrivastav, Pinaki Chaudhuri, and Jürgen HorbachUnder external mechanical loading, glassy materials, ranging from soft matter systems to metallic alloys, often respond via fo ... - Chaos of energetic positron orbits in a dipole magnetic field and its potential application to a new injection scheme

Author(s): H. Saitoh, Z. Yoshida, Y. Yano, M. Nishiura, Y. Kawazura, J. Horn-Stanja, and T. Sunn PedersenWe study the behavior of high-energy positrons emitted from a radioactive source in a magnetosp ... - Solution to sign problems in models of interacting fermions and quantum spins

Author(s): Emilie Huffman and Shailesh ChandrasekharanWe show that solutions to fermion sign problems that are found in the formulation where the path integral is expanded in powers of the interaction ... - Effects of time-delayed feedback on the properties of self-sustained oscillators

Author(s): S. Risau-GusmanMost self-sustained oscillations in biological systems and in technical applications are based on a feedback loop, and it is usually important to know how they will react whe ... - Diversity of coupled oscillators can enhance their synchronization

Author(s): Ghazal Montaseri and Michael Meyer-HermannThe heterogeneity of coupled oscillators is important for the degree of their synchronization. According to the classical Kuramoto model, larger he ... - Randomness evaluation for an optically injected chaotic semiconductor laser by attractor reconstruction

Author(s): Xiao-Zhou Li, Jun-Ping Zhuang, Song-Sui Li, Jian-Bo Gao, and Sze-Chun ChanState-space reconstruction is investigated for evaluating the randomness generated by an optically injected semicon ... - Oscillatory motion of a camphor grain in a one-dimensional finite region

Author(s): Yuki Koyano, Tatsunari Sakurai, and Hiroyuki KitahataThe motion of a self-propelled particle is affected by its surroundings, such as boundaries or external fields. In this paper, we invest ... - Parametric autoresonant excitation of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Author(s): L. Friedland and A. G. ShagalovParametric excitation of autoresonant solutions of the nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) equation by a chirped frequency traveling wave is discussed. Fully nonlinea ... - Feedback control stabilization of critical dynamics via resource transport on multilayer networks: How glia enable learning dynamics in the brain

Author(s): Yogesh S. Virkar, Woodrow L. Shew, Juan G. Restrepo, and Edward OttLearning and memory are acquired through long-lasting changes in synapses. In the simplest models, such synaptic potentiat ... - Cooperation driven by success-driven group formation

Author(s): Attila Szolnoki and Xiaojie ChenIn the traditional setup of the public goods game all players are involved in every available group and the mutual benefit is shared among competing cooperat ... - Uniform asymptotic approximation of diffusion to a small target: Generalized reaction models

Author(s): Samuel A. Isaacson, Ava J. Mauro, and Jay NewbyThe diffusion of a reactant to a binding target plays a key role in many biological processes. The reaction radius at which the reactant and t ... - Analytical calculation of the lipid bilayer bending modulus

Author(s): Boris Kheyfets, Timur Galimzyanov, Anna Drozdova, and Sergei MukhinBending and Gaussian moduli of a homogenious single-component lipid bilayer are calculated analytically using microscopic ... - Computer simulation study of a mesogenic lattice model based on long-range dispersion interactions

Author(s): Silvano RomanoIn contrast to thermotropic biaxial nematic phases, for which some long sought for experimental realizations have been obtained, no experimental realizations are yet known for ... - Effect of the energy-spectrum law on clustering patterns for inertial particles subjected to gravity in kinematic simulation

Author(s): F. C. G. A. Nicolleau, M. Farhan, and A. F. NowakowskiWe study the clustering of inertial particles using a periodic kinematic simulation. Particle clustering is observed for different pair ... - Polariton condensation threshold investigation through the numerical resolution of the generalized Gross-Pitaevskii equation

Author(s): Hamis Gargoubi, Thierry Guillet, Sihem Jaziri, Jalloul Balti, and Brahim GuizalWe present a numerical approach for the solution of the dissipative Gross-Pitaevskii equation coupled to the r ... - Superexponential fluctuation relation for dichotomous work reservoir systems

Author(s): Sílvio M. Duarte QueirósThis paper introduces an analytical description of the probability density function of the dissipated and injected powers p(j_{dis}) and p(j_{inj}), respectively, in ... - Role of the range of the interactions in thermal conduction

Author(s): Carlos Olivares and Celia AnteneodoWe investigate thermal transport along a one-dimensional lattice of classical inertial rotators, with attractive couplings that decrease with distance as ... - Resummed mean-field inference for strongly coupled data

Author(s): Hugo Jacquin and A. RançonWe present a resummed mean-field approximation for inferring the parameters of an Ising or a Potts model from empirical, noisy, one- and two-point correlation func ... - Analysis of etching at a solid-solid interface

Author(s): Washington S. Alves, Evandro A. Rodrigues, Henrique A. Fernandes, Bernardo A. Mello, Fernando A. Oliveira, and Ismael V. L. CostaWe present a method to derive an analytical expression for t ... - Pattern formation with repulsive soft-core interactions: Discrete particle dynamics and Dean-Kawasaki equation

Author(s): Jean-Baptiste Delfau, Hélène Ollivier, Cristóbal López, Bernd Blasius, and Emilio Hernández-GarcíaRecent theoretical and simulation work has predicted the existence of a so-called cluster c ... - Stochastic transport in the presence of spatial disorder: Fluctuation-induced corrections to homogenization

Author(s): Matthew J. Russell, Oliver E. Jensen, and Tobias GallaMotivated by uncertainty quantification in natural transport systems, we investigate an individual-based transport process involving pa ... - Waves of DNA: Propagating excitations in extended nanoconfined polymers

Author(s): Alexander R. Klotz, Hendrick W. de Haan, and Walter W. ReisnerWe use a nanofluidic system to investigate the emergence of thermally driven collective phenomena along a single polymer chain. ... - Imaging grain boundary grooves in hard-sphere colloidal bicrystals

Author(s): Eric Maire, Emily Redston, Maria Persson Gulda, David A. Weitz, and Frans SpaepenColloidal particles were sedimented onto patterned glass slides to grow three-dimensional bicrystals with a ... - Polymorph selection and nucleation pathway in the crystallization of Hertzian spheres

Author(s): Wenze Ouyang, Cuiliu Fu, Zhiwei Sun, and Shenghua XuThe crystallization process of Hertzian spheres is studied by means of molecular dynamics simulations in an NPT ensemble where the total ... - Analytical results for the wrinkling of graphene on nanoparticles

Author(s): M. Guedda, N. Alaa, and M. BenlahsenA continuum elastic model, describing the wrinkling instability of graphene on substrate-supported silica nanoparticles [M. Yamamoto et al., Phys. Rev. X ... - Heat and momentum transfer for magnetoconvection in a vertical external magnetic field

Author(s): Till Zürner, Wenjun Liu, Dmitry Krasnov, and Jörg SchumacherThe scaling theory of Grossmann and Lohse [J. Fluid Mech. 407, 27 (2000)] for turbulent heat and momentum transfer is extended to … - Magnetic phase transition in coupled spin-lattice systems: A replica-exchange Wang-Landau study

Author(s): Dilina Perera, Thomas Vogel, and David P. LandauCoupled, dynamical spin-lattice models provide a unique test ground for simulations investigating the finite-temperature magnetic properties … - Numerical simulation of particulate flows using a hybrid of finite difference and boundary integral methods

Author(s): Amitabh Bhattacharya and Tejas KesarkarA combination of finite difference (FD) and boundary integral (BI) methods is used to formulate an efficient solver for simulating unsteady Stokes flo … - Streamwise decay of localized states in channel flow

Author(s): Stefan Zammert and Bruno EckhardtChannel flow, the pressure driven flow between parallel plates, has exact coherent structures that show various degrees of localization. For states which ar … - Lattice model of reduced jamming by a barrier

Author(s): Emilio N. M. Cirillo, Oleh Krehel, Adrian Muntean, and Rutger van SantenWe study an asymmetric simple exclusion process in a strip in the presence of a solid impenetrable barrier. We focus … - Blockage-induced condensation controlled by a local reaction

Author(s): Emilio N. M. Cirillo, Matteo Colangeli, and Adrian MunteanWe consider the setup of stationary zero range models and discuss the onset of condensation induced by a local blockage on the latt … - Sampling methods for the quasistationary regime of epidemic processes on regular and complex networks

Author(s): Renan S. Sander, Guilherme S. Costa, and Silvio C. FerreiraA major hurdle in the simulation of the steady state of epidemic processes is that the system will unavoidably visit an absorbing, … - Network exploration using true self-avoiding walks

Author(s): Yup Kim, Seokjong Park, and Soon-Hyung YookWe study the mean first passage time (MFPT) of true self-avoiding walks (TSAWs) on various networks as a measure of searching efficiency. From the … - Population dynamics in an intermittent refuge

Author(s): E. H. Colombo and C. AnteneodoPopulation dynamics is constrained by the environment, which needs to obey certain conditions to support population growth. We consider a standard model for th … - Binary mixtures of disks and elongated particles: Texture and mechanical properties

Author(s): Emilien Azéma, Itthichai Preechawuttipong, and Farhang RadjaiWe analyze the shear strength and microstructure of binary granular mixtures consisting of disks and elongated particles by vary … - Scaling of heat transfer and temperature distribution in granular flows in rotating drums

Author(s): B. Yohannes, H. Emady, K. Anderson, I. Paredes, M. Javed, W. Borghard, F. J. Muzzio, B. J. Glasser, and A. M. CuitiñoAccurate prediction of the time required to heat up granular materials t …