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Author(s): Rosalba Garcia-Millan, Francesc Font-Clos, and Álvaro CorralBranching processes pervade many models in statistical physics. We investigate the survival probability of a Galton-Watson branch … - Quantum transitions driven by one-bond defects in quantum Ising rings

Author(s): Massimo Campostrini, Andrea Pelissetto, and Ettore VicariWe investigate quantum scaling phenomena driven by lower-dimensional defects in quantum Ising-like models. We consider quantum Ising … - Persistent random walk of cells involving anomalous effects and random death

Author(s): Sergei Fedotov, Abby Tan, and Andrey ZubarevThe purpose of this paper is to implement a random death process into a persistent random walk model which produces sub-ballistic superdiffusion … - Thermal transport in phononic Cayley-tree networks

Author(s): Huanan Li, Tsampikos Kottos, and Boris ShapiroWe analytically investigate the heat current I and its thermal fluctuations Δ in a branching network without loops (Cayley tree). The network c … - Random sequential adsorption of starlike particles

Author(s): Michał Cieśla and Paweł KarbowniczekRandom packing of surfaceless starlike particles built of 3 to 50 line segments was studied using random sequential adsorption algorithm. Numerical simul … - Mathematical modeling of bacterial track-altering motors: Track cleaving through burnt-bridge ratchets

Author(s): Blerta Shtylla and James P. KeenerThe generation of directed movement of cellular components frequently requires the rectification of Brownian motion. Molecular motor enzymes that use ATP t … - Renormalized phonons in nonlinear lattices: A variational approach

Author(s): Junjie Liu, Sha Liu, Nianbei Li, Baowen Li, and Changqin WuWe propose a variational approach to study renormalized phonons in momentum-conserving nonlinear lattices with either symmetric or … - Cluster virial expansion of the equation of state for hydrogen plasma with e-H_{2} contributions

Author(s): Y. A. Omarbakiyeva, H. Reinholz, and G. RöpkeThe equation of state of partially ionized hydrogen plasma is considered with special focus on the contribution of the e-H2 interaction. Traditi … - Nonbacktracking operator for the Ising model and its applications in systems with multiple states

Author(s): Pan ZhangThe nonbacktracking operator for a graph is the adjacency matrix defined on directed edges of the graph. The operator was recently shown to perform optimally in spectral clustering … - Evidence for nonuniversal scaling in dimension-four Ising spin glasses

Author(s): P. H. Lundow and I. A. CampbellThe critical behavior of the Binder cumulant for Ising spin glasses in dimension four is studied through simulation measurements. Data for the bimodal interac … - Surface charge and interactions of 20-nm nanocolloids in a nematic liquid crystal

Author(s): A. V. Ryzhkova, M. Škarabot, and I. MuševičWe studied real-time motion of individual 20-nm silica nanoparticles in a thin layer of a nematic liquid crystal using a dark-field optical videom … - Spatially resolved x-ray studies of liquid crystals with strongly developed bond-orientational order

Author(s): I. A. Zaluzhnyy, R. P. Kurta, E. A. Sulyanova, O. Y. Gorobtsov, A. G. Shabalin, A. V. Zozulya, A. P. Menushenkov, M. Sprung, B. I. Ostrovskii, and I. A. VartanyantsWe present an x-ray study … - Symmetries and exact solutions of a class of nonlocal nonlinear Schrödinger equations with self-induced parity-time-symmetric potential

Author(s): Debdeep Sinha and Pijush K. GhoshA class of nonlocal nonlinear Schrödinger equations (NLSEs) is considered in an external potential with a space-time modulated coefficient of the nonlinear … - Bright, dark, and mixed vector soliton solutions of the general coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations

Author(s): Agalar Agalarov, Vladimir Zhulego, and Telman GadzhimuradovThe reduction procedure for the general coupled nonlinear Schrödinger (GCNLS) equations with four-wave mixing terms is proposed. I … - Magnetization directions and geometries of helical microswimmers for linear velocity-frequency response

Author(s): Henry C. Fu, Mehdi Jabbarzadeh, and Farshad MeshkatiRecently, there has been much progress in creating microswimmers or microrobots capable of controlled propulsion in fluidic environments. … - Stochastic synchronization of neural activity waves

Author(s): Zachary P. KilpatrickWe demonstrate that waves in distinct layers of a neuronal network can become phase locked by common spatiotemporal noise. This phenomenon is studied for stationary bum … - Generation of magnetic fields by large-scale vortices in rotating convection

Author(s): Céline Guervilly, David W. Hughes, and Chris A. JonesWe propose a self-consistent dynamo mechanism for the generation of large-scale magnetic fields in natural objects. Recent computational … - Far-from-equilibrium growth of magnetic thin films with Blume-Capel impurities

Author(s): Karina I. Mazzitello, Julián Candia, and Ezequiel V. AlbanoWe investigate the irreversible growth of (2+1)-dimensional magnetic thin films. The spin variable can adopt three states (si=±1,0 … - Effective interactions in active Brownian suspensions

Author(s): T. F. F. Farage, P. Krinninger, and J. M. BraderActive colloids exhibit persistent motion, which can lead to motility-induced phase separation (MIPS). However, there currently exists no mic … - Impact of self-healing capability on network robustness

Author(s): Yilun ShangA wide spectrum of real-life systems ranging from neurons to botnets display spontaneous recovery ability. Using the generating function formalism applied to static uncorrelated … - Pattern-fluid interpretation of chemical turbulence

Author(s): Christian Scholz, Gerd E. Schröder-Turk, and Klaus MeckeThe spontaneous formation of heterogeneous patterns is a hallmark of many nonlinear systems, from biological tissue to evolutionary p … - Monte Carlo study of coherent scattering effects of low-energy charged particle transport in Percus-Yevick liquids

Author(s): W. J. Tattersall, D. G. Cocks, G. J. Boyle, S. J. Buckman, and R. D. WhiteWe generalize a simple Monte Carlo (MC) model for dilute gases to consider the transport behavior of positrons and … - Goldstein-Kac telegraph processes with random speeds: Path probabilities, likelihoods, and reported Lévy flights

Author(s): Aaron Sim, Juliane Liepe, and Michael P. H. StumpfThe Goldstein-Kac telegraph process describes the one-dimensional motion of particles with constant speed undergoing random changes in dire … - Thermal transport in out-of-equilibrium quantum harmonic chains

Author(s): F. Nicacio, A. Ferraro, A. Imparato, M. Paternostro, and F. L. SemiãoWe address the problem of heat transport in a chain of coupled quantum harmonic oscillators, exposed to the influences o … - Glass transitions and scaling laws within an alternative mode-coupling theory

Author(s): Wolfgang Götze and Rolf SchillingIdealized glass transitions are discussed within an alternative mode-coupling theory (TMCT) proposed by Tokuyama [Physica A 395, 31 (2014)PHYADX10.1016/j.ph ... - Principal-component analysis of particle motion

Author(s): H. Y. Chen, Raphaël Liégeois, John R. de Bruyn, and Andrea SodduWe demonstrate the application of principal-component analysis (PCA) to the analysis of particle motion data in the form of a ... - Correlated heterogeneous dynamics in glass-forming polymers

Author(s): H. Conrad, F. Lehmkühler, B. Fischer, F. Westermeier, M. A. Schroer, Y. Chushkin, C. Gutt, M. Sprung, and G. GrübelWe report x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy experiments on the dynamic ... - Thermodynamics predicts density-dependent energy use in organisms and ecological communities

Author(s): Jian D. L. Yen, David M. Paganin, James R. Thomson, and Ralph Mac NallyLinking our knowledge of organisms to our knowledge of ecological communities and ecosystems is a key challenge for ec ... - Pairwise amino acid secondary structural propensities

Author(s): Ilan E. Chemmama, Prem P. Chapagain, and Bernard S. GerstmanWe investigate the propensities for amino acids to form a specific secondary structure when they are paired with other amino acid ... - Alignment and nonlinear elasticity in biopolymer gels

Author(s): Jingchen Feng, Herbert Levine, Xiaoming Mao, and Leonard M. SanderWe present a Landau-type theory for the nonlinear elasticity of biopolymer gels with a part of the order parameter describi ... - Reduced description of exact coherent states in parallel shear flows

Author(s): Cédric Beaume, Gregory P. Chini, Keith Julien, and Edgar KnoblochA reduced description of exact coherent structures in the transition regime of plane parallel shear flows is developed, base ... - Enstrophy-based proper orthogonal decomposition for reduced-order modeling of flow past a cylinder

Author(s): T. K. Sengupta, S. I. Haider, M. K. Parvathi, and G. PallaviHere proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) modal decomposition are performed for flow past a circular cylinder at supercritical R ... - Stochastic thermodynamics of Langevin systems under time-delayed feedback control: Second-law-like inequalities

Author(s): M. L. Rosinberg, T. Munakata, and G. TarjusMany small stochastic systems, such as nanodevices and molecular machines, are subject to feedback processes with a nonzero response time. The aut ... - Effects of finite ionic size and solvent polarization on the dynamics of electrolytes probed through harmonic disturbances

Author(s): Aditya Bandopadhyay, Vaseem Akram Shaik, and Suman ChakrabortyWe address the implications of finite ionic size and solvent polarization on the response of the electric double layer (EDL) at ... - Slip statistics of dislocation avalanches under different loading modes

Author(s): R. Maaß, M. Wraith, J. T. Uhl, J. R. Greer, and K. A. DahmenSlowly compressed microcrystals deform via intermittent slip events, observed as displacement jumps or stress drops. Experiments ... - Understanding the unusual reorganization of the nanostructure of a dark conglomerate phase

Author(s): M. Nagaraj, J. C. Jones, V. P. Panov, H. Liu, G. Portale, W. Bras, and H. F. GleesonThe dark conglomerate (DC) phase exhibited by a bent-core liquid crystal shows remarkable properties incl ... - Phase transition in random adaptive walks on correlated fitness landscapes

Author(s): Su-Chan Park (박수찬), Ivan G. Szendro, Johannes Neidhart, and Joachim KrugWe study biological evolution on a random fitness landscape where correlations are introduced through a linear fitnes ... - Using trading strategies to detect phase transitions in financial markets

Author(s): Z. Forró, R. Woodard, and D. SornetteWe show that the log-periodic power law singularity model (LPPLS), a mathematical embodiment of positive feedbacks between agents and of their hierarchi ... - Prediction of frequencies in thermosolutal convection from mean flows

Author(s): Sam E. Turton, Laurette S. Tuckerman, and Dwight BarkleyThe authors solve a long-standing problem in the stability of fluids that are subject to opposing gradients of temperature and solute ... - Domain-size heterogeneity in the Ising model: Geometrical and thermal transitions

Author(s): André R. de la Rocha, Paulo Murilo C. de Oliveira, and Jeferson J. ArenzonA measure of cluster size heterogeneity (H), introduced by Lee et al. [Phys. Rev. E 84, 020101 (2011)10.1103/PhysRe ... - Colloidal dynamics over a tilted periodic potential: Nonequilibrium steady-state distributions

Author(s): Xiao-guang Ma, Pik-Yin Lai, Bruce J. Ackerson, and Penger TongUsing a tilted two-layer colloidal system, the authors systematically study the effect of an external force on nonequilibrium s ... - Roots at the percolation threshold

Author(s): Eva Kroener, Mutez Ali Ahmed, and Andrea CarminatiThe rhizosphere is the layer of soil around the roots where complex and dynamic interactions between plants and soil affect the capacity of ... - Circularly confined microswimmers exhibit multiple global patterns

Author(s): Alan Cheng Hou Tsang and Eva KansoGeometric confinement plays an important role in the dynamics of natural and synthetic microswimmers from bacterial cells to self-propelled particles in hi ... - Transient growth in Taylor-Couette flow of a Bingham fluid

Author(s): Cheng Chen, Zhen-Hua Wan, and Wei-Guo ZhangIn this paper we investigate linear transient growth of perturbation energy in Taylor-Couette flow of a Bingham fluid. The effects of yield stress ... - Nonsynchronous updating in the multiverse of cellular automata

Author(s): Sandro M. Reia and Osame KinouchiIn this paper we study updating effects on cellular automata rule space. We consider a subset of 6144 order-3 automata from the space of 262144 bidimensiona ... - Noise-induced multistability in chemical systems: Discrete versus continuum modeling

Author(s): Andrew Duncan, Shuohao Liao, Tomáš Vejchodský, Radek Erban, and Ramon GrimaThe noisy dynamics of chemical systems is commonly studied using either the chemical master equation (CME) or the ... - Subdiffusion in an external potential: Anomalous effects hiding behind normal behavior

Author(s): Sergei Fedotov and Nickolay KorabelWe propose a model of subdiffusion in which an external force is acting on a particle at all times not only at the moment of jump. The implication of this ... - Three-body critical Casimir forces

Author(s): T. G. Mattos, L. Harnau, and S. DietrichWithin mean-field theory we calculate universal scaling functions associated with critical Casimir forces for a system consisting of three parallel c ... - Two-step build-up of a thermoreversible polymer network: From early local to late collective dynamics

Author(s): H. Souguir, O. Ronsin, C. Caroli, and T. BaumbergerWe probe the mechanisms at work in the build-up of thermoreversible gel networks, with the help of hybrid gelatin gels containing a contro ... - Light and thermal responses of liquid-crystal-network films: A finite element study

Author(s): Hayoung Chung, Joonmyung Choi, Jung-Hoon Yun, and Maenghyo ChoAs a polymeric system incorporating rigid molecules within its structure, the liquid-crystal network (LCN) has been envisaged a ... - Generalized model of island biodiversity

Author(s): David A. Kessler and Nadav M. ShnerbThe dynamics of a local community of competing species with weak immigration from a static regional pool is studied. Implementing the generalized competi ... - Bipartite networks of oscillators with distributed delays: Synchronization branches and multistability

Author(s): Nirmal Punetha, Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, and Fatihcan M. AtayWe study synchronization in bipartite networks of phase oscillators with general nonlinear coupling and distributed time delays. P ... - Quantum diffusion of a relativistic particle in a time-dependent random potential

Author(s): Reza SepehriniaWe present a rigorous study of quantum diffusion of a relativistic particle subjected to a time-dependent random potential with δ correlation in time. We find that in the asy ... - Two spheres translating in tandem through a colloidal suspension

Author(s): Indira Sriram and Eric M. FurstUsing laser tweezers, two colloidal particles are held parallel to a uniformly flowing suspension of similarly sized bath particles at an effective volume fra ... - Nematic fluctuations and semisoft elasticity in swollen liquid-crystal elastomers

Author(s): Luka Cmok, Andrej Petelin, and Martin ČopičDynamic light scattering (DLS) experiments were performed on stretched sheets of liquid crystal elastomers (LCEs) swollen with a nematic solvent w ... - Evolution of sparsity and modularity in a model of protein allostery

Author(s): Mathieu Hemery and Olivier RivoireThe sequence of a protein is not only constrained by its physical and biochemical properties under current selection, but also by features of its past evol ... - Statistical properties of the localization measure in a finite-dimensional model of the quantum kicked rotator

Author(s): Thanos Manos and Marko RobnikWe study the quantum kicked rotator in the classically fully chaotic regime K=10 and for various values of the quantum parameter k using Izrailev's N-dimen ... - Interaction of Lyapunov vectors in the formulation of the nonlinear extension of the Kalman filter

Author(s): Luigi Palatella and Anna TrevisanWhen applied to strongly nonlinear chaotic dynamics the extended Kalman filter (EKF) is prone to divergence due to the difficulty of correctly forecasting t ... - Localization in a spanwise-extended model of plane Couette flow

Author(s): M. Chantry and R. R. KerswellWe consider a nine-partial-differential-equation (1-space and 1-time) model of plane Couette flow in which the degrees of freedom are severely restricted in the ... - Instability in stratified accretion flows under primary and secondary perturbations

Author(s): S. Nasraoui, A. Salhi, and T. LehnerWe consider horizontal linear shear flow (shear rate denoted by Λ) under vertical uniform rotation (ambient rotation rate denoted by Ω0) and vertical str ... - Nanobubbles around plasmonic nanoparticles: Thermodynamic analysis

Author(s): Julien Lombard, Thierry Biben, and Samy MerabiaWe describe the dynamics of vapor nanobubbles in water, on the basis of simulations of a hydrodynamics phase-field model. This situation is re ... - Fermi resonance in optical microcavities

Author(s): Chang-Hwan Yi, Hyeon-Hye Yu, Ji-Won Lee, and Chil-Min KimFermi resonance is a phenomenon of quantum mechanical superposition, which most often occurs between normal and overtone modes in mo ... - Monte Carlo framework for noncontinuous interactions between particles and classical fields

Author(s): Christian Wesp, Hendrik van Hees, Alex Meistrenko, and Carsten GreinerParticles and fields are standard components in numerical calculations like transport simulations in nuclear physics an ... - Geometry-guided colloidal interactions and self-tiling of elastic dipoles formed by truncated pyramid particles in liquid crystals

Author(s): Bohdan Senyuk, Qingkun Liu, Ephraim Bililign, Philip D. Nystrom, and Ivan I. SmalyukhThe progress of realizing colloidal structures mimicking natural forms of organization in condensed matt ... - Efimov-like phase of a three-stranded DNA and the renormalization-group limit cycle

Author(s): Tanmoy Pal, Poulomi Sadhukhan, and Somendra M. BhattacharjeeA three-stranded DNA with short range base pairings only is known to exhibit a classical analog of the quantum Efimov effect, viz ... - Network reciprocity created in prisoner's dilemma games by coupling two mechanisms

Author(s): Jun Tanimoto and Nobuyuki KishimotoWe found that a nontrivial enhancement of network reciprocity for 2 × 2 prisoner's dilemma games can be achieved by coupling two mechanisms. The firs ... - Aging scaled Brownian motion

Author(s): Hadiseh Safdari, Aleksei V. Chechkin, Gholamreza R. Jafari, and Ralf MetzlerScaled Brownian motion (SBM) is widely used to model anomalous diffusion of passive tracers in complex and biolog ... - Work relations connecting nonequilibrium steady states without detailed balance

Author(s): Ying Tang, Ruoshi Yuan, Jianhong Chen, and Ping AoBridging equilibrium and nonequilibrium statistical physics attracts sustained interest. Hallmarks of nonequilibrium systems include a brea ... - Undulation amplitude of a fluid membrane surrounded by near-critical binary fluid mixtures

Author(s): Youhei FujitaniWe consider the thermal undulation, or shape fluctuation, of an almost planar fluid membrane surrounded by the same near-critical binary fluid mixtures on both sides. A weak ... - Super-resolution two-photon microscopy via scanning patterned illumination

Author(s): Ben E. Urban, Ji Yi, Siyu Chen, Biqin Dong, Yongling Zhu, Steven H. DeVries, Vadim Backman, and Hao F. ZhangWe developed two-photon scanning patterned illumination microscopy (2P-SPIM) for ... - Growing optimal scale-free networks via likelihood

Author(s): Michael Small, Yingying Li, Thomas Stemler, and Kevin JuddPreferential attachment, by which new nodes attach to existing nodes with probability proportional to the existing nodes' degr ... - Cumulants of Hawkes point processes

Author(s): Stojan Jovanović, John Hertz, and Stefan RotterWe derive explicit, closed-form expressions for the cumulant densities of a multivariate, self-exciting Hawkes point process, generalizing a r ... - Dynamics of kink, antikink, bright, generalized Jacobi elliptic function solutions of matter-wave condensates with time-dependent two- and three-body interactions

Author(s): D. Belobo Belobo, G. H. Ben-Bolie, and T. C. KofaneBy using the F-expansion method associated with four auxiliary equations, i.e., the Bernoulli equation, the Riccati equation, the Lenard e ... - Solitons and vortices in two-dimensional discrete nonlinear Schrödinger systems with spatially modulated nonlinearity

Author(s): P. G. Kevrekidis, Boris A. Malomed, Avadh Saxena, A. R. Bishop, and D. J. FrantzeskakisWe consider a two-dimensional (2D) generalization of a recently proposed model [Gligorić et al., Phys. ... - Simple cubic random-site percolation thresholds for neighborhoods containing fourth-nearest neighbors

Author(s): Krzysztof MalarzIn this paper, random-site percolation thresholds for a simple cubic (SC) lattice with site neighborhoods containing next-next-next-nearest neighbors (4NN) are evaluated wit ... - Langevin dynamics for vector variables driven by multiplicative white noise: A functional formalism

Author(s): Miguel Vera Moreno, Zochil González Arenas, and Daniel G. BarciWe discuss general multidimensional stochastic processes driven by a system of Langevin equations with multiplicative white no ... - Role of protein fluctuation correlations in electron transfer in photosynthetic complexes

Author(s): Alexander I. Nesterov and Gennady P. BermanWe consider the dependence of the electron transfer in photosynthetic complexes on correlation properties of random fluctuations of the protein en ... - Three-equation model for the self-similar growth of Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meskov instabilities

Author(s): Brandon E. Morgan and Michael E. WickettIn the present work, the two-equation k-L model [G. Dimonte and R. Tipton, Phys. Fluids 18, 085101 (2006)PHFLE610.1063/1.2219768] is extended by the … - Predicting two-dimensional turbulence

Author(s): R. T. Cerbus and W. I. GoldburgPrediction is a fundamental objective of science. It is more difficult for chaotic and complex systems like turbulence. Here we use information theory to quan … - Algebraic instability in shallow water flows with horizontally nonuniform density

Author(s): V. P. Goncharov and V. I. PavlovThe regimes and mechanisms of the Rayleigh-Taylor instability have been studied in the scope of the nonhydrostatic shallow water model with horizontally nonu … - Anomalous collisional absorption of laser pulses in underdense plasma at low temperature

Author(s): M. KunduIn a previous paper [M. Kundu, Phys. Plasmas 21, 013302 (2014)10.1063/1.4862038], fractional collisional absorption (α) of laser light in underdense plasma was studied by using a cl … - Publisher's Note: Unified description of linear screening in dense plasmas [Phys. Rev. E 91, 033104 (2015)]

Author(s): L. G. Stanton and M. S. Murillo[Phys. Rev. E 91, 049901] Published Mon Apr 06, 2015 - Nondiffusive transport regimes for suprathermal ions in turbulent plasmas

Author(s): A. Bovet, A. Fasoli, P. Ricci, I. Furno, and K. GustafsonThe understanding of the transport of suprathermal ions in the presence of turbulence is important for fusion plasmas in the burning … - Extreme Thouless effect in a minimal model of dynamic social networks

Author(s): K. E. Bassler, Wenjia Liu, B. Schmittmann, and R. K. P. ZiaIn common descriptions of phase transitions, first-order transitions are characterized by discontinuous jumps in the order paramet … - Aging and crystallization in a lattice glass model

Author(s): Alejandro Seif, Ernesto S. Loscar, and Tomás S. GrigeraWe have studied the three-dimensional lattice glass of Pica Ciamarra et al. [Phys. Rev. E 67, 057105 (2003)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.67.0 … - Effect of bending stiffness on the peeling behavior of an elastic thin film on a rigid substrate

Author(s): Zhilong Peng and Shaohua ChenInspired by the experimental observation that the maximum peeling force of elastic films on rigid substrates does not always emerge at the steady-state peeling … - Survival probability for a diffusive process on a growing domain

Author(s): Matthew J. Simpson, Jesse A. Sharp, and Ruth E. BakerWe consider the motion of a diffusive population on a growing domain, 0<x<L(t), which is motivated by various applications in deve … - Chaos and band structure in a three-dimensional optical lattice

Author(s): Yingyue Boretz and L. E. ReichlClassical chaos is known to affect wave propagation because it signifies the presence of broken symmetries. The effect of chaos has been observed experimental … - Stability of the flow in a soft tube deformed due to an applied pressure gradient

Author(s): M. K. S. Verma and V. KumaranA linear stability analysis is carried out for the flow through a tube with a soft wall in order to resolve the discrepancy of a factor of 10 for the transition … - Crucial role of strategy updating for coexistence of strategies in interaction networks

Author(s): Jianlei Zhang, Chunyan Zhang, Ming Cao, and Franz J. WeissingNetwork models are useful tools for studying the dynamics of social interactions in a structured population. After a round of in … - Electrical conductivity of quasi-two-dimensional foams

Author(s): Pavel Yazhgur, Clément Honorez, Wiebke Drenckhan, Dominique Langevin, and Anniina SalonenQuasi-two-dimensional (quasi-2D) foams consist of monolayers of bubbles squeezed between two narrowl … - Unusual polarity-dependent patterns in a bent-core nematic liquid crystal under low-frequency ac field

Author(s): Ying Xiang, Meng-jie Zhou, Ming-Ya Xu, Péter Salamon, Nándor Éber, and Ágnes BukaElectric-field-induced patterns of diverse morphology have been observed over a wide frequency range in a re … - Shear-induced rigidity in athermal materials: A unified statistical framework

Author(s): Sumantra Sarkar and Bulbul ChakrabortyRecent studies of athermal systems such as dry grains and dense, non-Brownian suspensions have shown that shear can lead to solidification through the … - Active one-particle microrheology of an unentangled polymer melt studied by molecular dynamics simulation

Author(s): A. Kuhnhold and W. PaulWe present molecular dynamics simulations for active one-particle microrheology of an unentangled polymer melt. The tracer particle is forced to oscillate by an oscil … - Transient changes in electric fields induced by interaction of ultraintense laser pulses with insulator and metal foils: Sustainable fields spanning several millimeters

Author(s): Shunsuke Inoue, Shigeki Tokita, Masaki Hashida, and Shuji SakabeThe temporal evolutions of electromagnetic fields generated by the interaction between ultraintense lasers (1.3×1018 and 8.2× … - Leaning-type polar smectic-C phase in a freely suspended bent-core liquid crystal film

Author(s): Nattaporn Chattham, Maria-Gabriela Tamba, Ralf Stannarius, Eduard Westphal, Hugo Gallardo, Marko Prehm, Carsten Tschierske, Hideo Takezoe, and Alexey EreminA rich variety of responsive beha … - Nonlinear fluctuation effects in dynamics of freely suspended films

Author(s): E. I. Kats and V. V. LebedevLong-scale dynamic fluctuation phenomena in freely suspended films is analyzed. We consider isotropic films that, say, can be pulled from bulk smectic-A liquid c … - Domain nucleation and confinement in agent-controlled bistable systems

Author(s): Dorjsuren BattogtokhWe report a mechanism of pattern formation in growing bistable systems coupled indirectly. A modified Fujita et al. model is studied as an example of a reaction-diffusio … - Long-range epidemic spreading in a random environment

Author(s): Róbert Juhász, István A. Kovács, and Ferenc IglóiModeling long-range epidemic spreading in a random environment, we consider a quenched, disordered, d-dimensional contact process with infec … - Delay-induced instability in a nutrient-phytoplankton system with flow

Author(s): Chuanjun Dai, Min Zhao, Hengguo Yu, and Yapei WangIn this paper, a nutrient-phytoplankton system described by a couple of advection-diffusion-reaction equations with delay was studied analy …