- Brownian dynamics of self-regulated particles with additional degrees of freedom: Symmetry breaking and homochirality

Author(s): Debankur Bhattacharyya, Shibashis Paul, Shyamolina Ghosh, and Deb Shankar RayWe consider the Brownian motion of a collection of particles each with an additional degree of freedom. The degr … - Lifted worm algorithm for the Ising model

Author(s): Eren Metin Elçi, Jens Grimm, Lijie Ding, Abrahim Nasrawi, Timothy M. Garoni, and Youjin DengWe design an irreversible worm algorithm for the zero-field ferromagnetic Ising model by using th … - Phase-space interference in extensive and nonextensive quantum heat engines

Author(s): Ali Ü. C. Hardal, Mauro Paternostro, and Özgür E. MüstecaplıoğluQuantum interference is at the heart of what sets the quantum and classical worlds apart. We demonstrate that quantum interfe … - Self-avoiding walk on a square lattice with correlated vacancies

Author(s): J. Cheraghalizadeh, M. N. Najafi, H. Mohammadzadeh, and A. SaberThe self-avoiding walk on the square site-diluted correlated percolation lattice is considered. The Ising model is employed t … - Role of short periodic orbits in quantum maps with continuous openings

Author(s): Carlos A. Prado, Gabriel G. Carlo, R. M. Benito, and F. BorondoWe apply a recently developed semiclassical theory of short periodic orbits to the continuously open quantum tribaker map. In … - Emergence of collective propulsion through cell-cell adhesion

Author(s): Katsuyoshi MatsushitaThe mechanisms driving the collective movement of cells remain poorly understood. To contribute toward resolving this mystery, a model was formulated to theoretically e … - Inhomogeneity of block copolymers at the interface of an immiscible polymer blend

Author(s): Ji Ho Ryu, YongJoo Kim, and Won Bo LeeWe present the effects of structure and stiffness of block copolymers on the interfacial properties of an immiscible homopolymer blend. Diblock and two … - Rheology of dilute cohesive granular gases

Author(s): Satoshi Takada and Hisao HayakawaRheology of a dilute cohesive granular gas is theoretically and numerically studied. The flow curve between the shear viscosity and the shear rate is derive … - Characterizing granular networks using topological metrics

Author(s): Joshua A. Dijksman, Lenka Kovalcinova, Jie Ren, Robert P. Behringer, Miroslav Kramar, Konstantin Mischaikow, and Lou KondicWe carry out a direct comparison of experimental and numerical rea … - Full melting of a two-dimensional complex plasma crystal triggered by localized pulsed laser heating

Author(s): L. Couëdel, V. Nosenko, M. Rubin-Zuzic, S. Zhdanov, Y. Elskens, T. Hall, and A. V. IvlevThe full melting of a two-dimensional plasma crystal was induced in a principally stable monolayer by … - Artificial light harvesting by dimerized Möbius ring

Author(s): Lei Xu (徐磊), Z. R. Gong (龚志瑞), Ming-Jie Tao (陶明杰), and Qing Ai (艾清)We theoretically study artificial light harvesting by a Möbius ring. When the donors in the ring are dimerized, the energi … - Stabilization of dynamics of oscillatory systems by nonautonomous perturbation

Author(s): Maxime Lucas, Julian Newman, and Aneta StefanovskaSynchronization and stability under periodic oscillatory driving are well understood, but little is known about the effects of aperiodic dr … - System identification of propagating wave segments in excitable media and its application to advanced control

Author(s): Hisatoshi Katsumata, Keiji Konishi, and Naoyuki HaraThe present paper proposes a scheme for controlling wave segments in excitable media. This scheme consists of two phases: in the first ph … - General method to find the attractors of discrete dynamic models of biological systems

Author(s): Xiao Gan and Réka AlbertAnalyzing the long-term behaviors (attractors) of dynamic models of biological networks can provide valuable insight. We propose a general method that can find the a … - Soap-film flow induced by electric fields in asymmetric frames

Author(s): S. Mollaei, M. Nasiri, N. Soltanmohammadi, R. Shirsavar, A. Ramos, and A. AmjadiNet fluid flow of soap films induced by (ac or dc) electric fields in asymmetric frames is presented. Previou … - Dynamic conductivity and partial ionization in dense fluid hydrogen

Author(s): Mohamed ZaghooA theoretical description for optical conduction experiments in dense fluid hydrogen is presented. Different quantum statistical approaches are used to describe the mechanism … - Modeling the electrical properties of three-dimensional printed meshes with the theory of resistor lattices

Author(s): Alexander V. Melnikov, Mikhail Shuba, and Philippe LambinThe electrical properties of conducting meshes are investigated numerically by solving the related Kirchhoff equations with the Lanc … - Non-Gaussian diffusion in static disordered media

Author(s): Liang Luo and Ming YiNon-Gaussian diffusion is commonly considered as a result of fluctuating diffusivity, which is correlated in time or in space or both. In this work, we investigate the … - Bak-Sneppen model: Local equilibrium and critical value

Author(s): Daniel FraimanThe Bak-Sneppen (BS) model is a very simple model that exhibits all the richness of self-organized criticality theory. At the thermodynamic limit, the BS model converges to a … - Simple waves in a two-component Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): S. K. Ivanov and A. M. KamchatnovWe study the dynamics of so-called simple waves in a two-component Bose-Einstein condensate. The evolution of the condensate is described by Gross-Pitaevski … - Modulation of dynamic modes by interplay between positive and negative feedback loops in gene regulatory networks

Author(s): Liu-Suo Wang, Ning-Xi Li, Jing-Jia Chen, Xiao-Peng Zhang, Feng Liu, and Wei WangA positive and a negative feedback loop can induce bistability and oscillation, respectively, in biological n … - Dynamical patterns in nematic active matter on a sphere

Author(s): Silke Henkes, M. Cristina Marchetti, and Rastko SknepnekUsing simulations of self-propelled agents with short-range repulsion and nematic alignment, we explore the dynamical phases of a den … - Two-point active microrheology in a viscous medium exploiting a motional resonance excited in dual-trap optical tweezers

Author(s): Shuvojit Paul, Randhir Kumar, and Ayan BanerjeeTwo-point microrheology measurements from widely separated colloidal particles approach the bulk viscosity of the host medium more reliably th … - Transition from wakefield generation to soliton formation

Author(s): Amol R. Holkundkar and Gert BrodinIt is well known that when a short laser pulse propagates in an underdense plasma, it induces longitudinal plasma oscillations at the plasma frequency afte … - Combining phase-field crystal methods with a Cahn-Hilliard model for binary alloys

Author(s): Ananya Renuka Balakrishna and W. Craig CarterDiffusion-induced phase transitions typically change the lattice symmetry of the host material. In battery electrodes, for example, Li ions (dif … - Choice of no-slip curved boundary condition for lattice Boltzmann simulations of high-Reynolds-number flows

Author(s): Sathish K. P. Sanjeevi, Ahad Zarghami, and Johan T. PaddingVarious curved no-slip boundary conditions available in literature improve the accuracy of lattice Boltzmann simulations compared … - Markov prior-based block-matching algorithm for superdimension reconstruction of porous media

Author(s): Yang Li, Xiaohai He, Qizhi Teng, Junxi Feng, and Xiaohong WuA superdimension reconstruction algorithm is used for the reconstruction of three-dimensional (3D) structures of a porous medium … - Universality from disorder in the random-bond Blume-Capel model

Author(s): N. G. Fytas, J. Zierenberg, P. E. Theodorakis, M. Weigel, W. Janke, and A. MalakisUsing high-precision Monte Carlo simulations and finite-size scaling we study the effect of quenched disord … - When fast and slow interfaces grow together: Connection to the half-space problem of the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang class

Author(s): Yasufumi Ito and Kazumasa A. TakeuchiWe study height fluctuations of interfaces in the $(1+1)$-dimensional Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) class, growing at different speeds in the left half and … - Defect transitions in nematic liquid-crystal capillary bridges

Author(s): Perry W. Ellis, Shengnan Huang, Susannah Klaneček, Jayalakshmi Vallamkondu, Edward Dannemiller, Mark Vernon, Ya-wen Chang, Paul M. Goldbart, and Alberto Fernandez-NievesWe use experiment an … - Efficiency at maximum power of a laser quantum heat engine enhanced by noise-induced coherence

Author(s): Konstantin E. Dorfman, Dazhi Xu, and Jianshu CaoQuantum coherence has been demonstrated in various systems including organic solar cells and solid state devices. In this article, we report … - Testing ground for fluctuation theorems: The one-dimensional Ising model

Author(s): C. G. O. Lemos, M. Santos, A. L. Ferreira, and W. FigueiredoIn this paper we determine the nonequilibrium magnetic work performed on a Ising model and relate it to the fluctuation theorem d … - Amphibian sacculus and the forced Kuramoto model with intrinsic noise and frequency dispersion

Author(s): Seung Ji, Dolores Bozovic, and Robijn BruinsmaThe amphibian sacculus (AS) is an end organ that specializes in the detection of low-frequency auditory and vestibular signals. In this paper, … - Contact angle hysteresis on doubly periodic smooth rough surfaces in Wenzel's regime: The role of the contact line depinning mechanism

Author(s): Stanimir Iliev, Nina Pesheva, and Pavel IlievWe report here on the contact angle hysteresis, appearing when a liquid meniscus is in contact with doubly sinusoidal wavelike patterned surface … - From near to eternity: Spin-glass planting, tiling puzzles, and constraint-satisfaction problems

Author(s): Firas Hamze, Darryl C. Jacob, Andrew J. Ochoa, Dilina Perera, Wenlong Wang, and Helmut G. KatzgraberWe present a methodology for generating Ising Hamiltonians of tunable complexity and with … - Persistence of non-Markovian Gaussian stationary processes in discrete time

Author(s): Markus Nyberg and Ludvig LizanaThe persistence of a stochastic variable is the probability that it does not cross a given level during a fixed time interval. Although persistence is a simpl … - Effect of self-deflection on a totally asymmetric simple exclusion process with functions of site assignments

Author(s): Satori Tsuzuki, Daichi Yanagisawa, and Katsuhiro NishinariThis study proposes a model of a totally asymmetric simple exclusion process on a single-channel lane with functions of site assign … - Logarithmic speed-up of relaxation in $A\text{−}B$ annihilation with exclusion

Author(s): Rahul DandekarWe show that the decay of the density of active particles in the reaction $A+B→0$ in one dimension, with exclusion interaction, results in logarithmic corrections to the expec … - Evaluation of the path integral for flow through random porous media

Author(s): Marise J. E. Westbroek, Gil-Arnaud Coche, Peter R. King, and Dimitri D. VvedenskyWe present a path integral formulation of Darcy's equation in one dimension with random permeability de … - Formation of dominant mode by evolution in biological systems

Author(s): Chikara Furusawa and Kunihiko KanekoA reduction in high-dimensional phenotypic states to a few degrees of freedom is essential to understand biological systems. Here, we show evolutionary r … - Markovian robots: Minimal navigation strategies for active particles

Author(s): Luis Gómez Nava, Robert Großmann, and Fernando PeruaniWe explore minimal navigation strategies for active particles in complex, dynamical, external fields, introducing a class of autonomous … - Onset of density-driven instabilities in fractured aquifers

Author(s): Seyed Mostafa Jafari Raad and Hassan HassanzadehLinear stability analysis is conducted to study the onset of density-driven convection involved in solubility trapping of $\mathrm{C}{\mathrm … - fcc-bcc phase transition in plasma crystals using time-resolved measurements

Author(s): C. Dietz, R. Bergert, B. Steinmüller, M. Kretschmer, S. Mitic, and M. H. ThomaThree-dimensional plasma crystals are often described as Yukawa systems for which a phase transition between th … - Glass transition of soft colloids

Author(s): Adrian-Marie Philippe, Domenico Truzzolillo, Julian Galvan-Myoshi, Philippe Dieudonné-George, Véronique Trappe, Ludovic Berthier, and Luca CipellettiThe authors study the glass transition o … - Characteristic time scales for diffusion processes through layers and across interfaces

Author(s): Elliot J. CarrThis paper presents a simple tool for characterizing the time scale for continuum diffusion processes through layered heterogeneous media. This mathematical problem is motivat … - Response to a small external force and fluctuations of a passive particle in a one-dimensional diffusive environment

Author(s): François HuveneersWe investigate the long-time behavior of a passive particle evolving in a one-dimensional diffusive random environment, with diffusion constant $D$. We consider two cases: … - Solvent coarsening around colloids driven by temperature gradients

Author(s): Sutapa Roy, Siegfried Dietrich, and Anna MaciolekUsing mesoscopic numerical simulations and analytical theory, we investigate the coarsening of the solvent structure around a colloidal part … - Experiments and characterization of low-frequency oscillations in a granular column

Author(s): Loreto Oyarte Gálvez, Nicolás Rivas, and Devaraj van der MeerThe behavior of a vertically vibrated granular bed is reminiscent of a liquid in that it exhibits many phenomena such as convect … - Effect of shock waves on the statistics and scaling in compressible isotropic turbulence

Author(s): Jianchun Wang, Minping Wan, Song Chen, Chenyue Xie, and Shiyi ChenThis paper examines the spectra of the velocity and several thermodynamic variables in compressible turbulence in the prese … - Standard and inverse bond percolation of straight rigid rods on square lattices

Author(s): L. S. Ramirez, P. M. Centres, and A. J. Ramirez-PastorNumerical simulations and finite-size scaling analysis have been carried out to study standard and inverse bond percolation of straight … - Integral transforms of the quantum mechanical path integral: Hit function and path-averaged potential

Author(s): James P. Edwards, Urs Gerber, Christian Schubert, Maria Anabel Trejo, and Axel WeberWe introduce two integral transforms of the quantum mechanical transition kernel that represent physical … - Comparison of six methods for the detection of causality in a bivariate time series

Author(s): Anna Krakovská, Jozef Jakubík, Martina Chvosteková, David Coufal, Nikola Jajcay, and Milan PalušIn this comparative study, six causality detection methods were compared, namely, the Granger … - Multiple scales in metapopulations of public goods producers

Author(s): Marianne Bauer and Erwin FreyMultiple scales in metapopulations can give rise to paradoxical behavior: in a conceptual model for a public goods game, the species associated with a fitness c … - Long ligands reinforce biological adhesion under shear flow

Author(s): Aleksey V. BelyaevIn this work, computer modeling has been used to show that longer ligands allow biological cells (e.g., blood platelets) to withstand stronger flows after their adhesion t … - Interplay of activation kinetics and the derivative conductance determines resonance properties of neurons

Author(s): Rodrigo F. O. Pena, Cesar C. Ceballos, Vinicius Lima, and Antonio C. RoqueIn a neuron with hyperpolarization activated current (${I}_{h}$), the correct input frequency leads to an enhanceme … - Role of atomic spin-mechanical coupling in the problem of a magnetic biocompass

Author(s): Yunshan Cao and Peng YanIt is a well established notion that animals can detect the Earth's magnetic field, while the biophysical origin of such magnetoreception is still elusive. Rece … - Effects of monoclinic symmetry on the properties of biaxial liquid crystals

Author(s): Nikita V. Solodkov, Mamatha Nagaraj, and J. Cliff JonesTilted smectic liquid crystal phases such as the smectic-C phase seen in calamitic liquid crystals are usually treated using the assum … - Biaxial potential of surface-stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystals

Author(s): Anatoly Kaznacheev, Evgeny Pozhidaev, Vladimir Rudyak, Alexander V. Emelyanenko, and Alexei KhokhlovA biaxial surface potential ${\mathrm{Φ}}_{s}$ of smectic-${C}^{*}$ surface-stabilized fe … - Interface collisions

Author(s): F. D. A. Aarão Reis and O. Pierre-LouisWe provide a theoretical framework to analyze the properties of frontal collisions of two growing interfaces considering different short-range interac … - Entanglement entropy of a three-spin-interacting spin chain with a time-reversal-breaking impurity at one boundary

Author(s): Tanay Nag and Atanu RajakWe investigate the effect of a time-reversal-breaking impurity term (of strength ${λ}_{d}$) on both the equilibrium and nonequilibrium critical properties of entang … - Work probability distribution for a ferromagnet with long-ranged and short-ranged correlations

Author(s): J. K. Bhattacharjee, T. R. Kirkpatrick, and J. V. SengersWork fluctuations and work probability distributions are fundamentally different in systems with short-ranged versus long-ranged cor … - Decrease of Fisher information and the information geometry of evolution equations for quantum mechanical probability amplitudes

Author(s): Carlo Cafaro and Paul M. AlsingThe relevance of the concept of Fisher information is increasing in both statistical physics and quantum computing. From a statistical mechanical standpoint, … - Operator product expansion in Liouville field theory and Seiberg-type transitions in log-correlated random energy models

Author(s): Xiangyu Cao, Pierre Le Doussal, Alberto Rosso, and Raoul SantachiaraWe study transitions in log-correlated random energy models (logREMs) that are related to the violation of a Seiberg boun … - Unified picture of strong-coupling stochastic thermodynamics and time reversals

Author(s): Erik AurellStrong-coupling statistical thermodynamics is formulated as the Hamiltonian dynamics of an observed system interacting with another unobserved system (a bath). It is shown that t … - Combined effects of nonparaxiality, optical activity, and walk-off on rogue wave propagation in optical fibers filled with chiral materials

Author(s): D. D. Estelle Temgoua, M. B. Tchoula Tchokonte, and T. C. KofaneThe generalized nonparaxial nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) equation in optical fibers filled with chiral materials is reduced to … - Quasibound states in a triple Gaussian potential

Author(s): L. E. Reichl and Max D. PorterWe derive the transmission probabilities and delay times, and identify quasibound state structures in an open quantum system consisting of three Gaussian poten … - Bursting endemic bubbles in an adaptive network

Author(s): N. Sherborne, K. B. Blyuss, and I. Z. KissThe spread of an infectious disease is known to change people's behavior, which in turn affects the spread of disease. Adaptive network models … - Hydrodynamic interaction of trapped active Janus particles in two dimensions

Author(s): Tanwi Debnath, Yunyun Li, Pulak K. Ghosh, and Fabio MarchesoniThe dynamics of a pair of identical artificial microswimmers bound inside two harmonic traps, in a thin sheared fluid film, is … - Marangoni instability in a thin film heated from below: Effect of nonmonotonic dependence of surface tension on temperature

Author(s): Rajkumar Sarma and Pranab Kumar MondalWe investigate Marangoni instability in a thin liquid film resting on a substrate of low thermal conductivity and separated from the surrounding gas ph … - Linear Rayleigh-Taylor instability in an accelerated Newtonian fluid with finite width

Author(s): S. A. Piriz, A. R. Piriz, and N. A. TahirThe linear theory of Rayleigh-Taylor instability is developed for the case of a viscous fluid layer accelerated by a semi-infinite viscous fluid, co … - Electrically modulated capillary filling imbibition of nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): Jayabrata Dhar and Suman ChakrabortyThe flow of nematic liquid crystals (NLCs) in the presence of an electric field is typically characterized by the variation in its rheological properties … - Spectral control of high harmonics from relativistic plasmas using bicircular fields

Author(s): Zi-Yu ChenWe introduce two-color counterrotating circularly polarized laser fields as a way to spectrally control high harmonic generation (HHG) from relativistic plasma mirrors. Through pa … - Evaluation of temperature history of a spherical nanosystem irradiated with various short-pulse laser sources

Author(s): Arnab Lahiri and Pranab K. MondalSpatiotemporal thermal response and characteristics of net entropy production rate of a gold nanosphere (radius: 50–200 nm), subjected to a short-pulse, fem … - 1/$f$ noise in the intensity fluctuations of vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers subject to parallel optical injection

Author(s): Miguel A. Rodríguez, Florian Denis-le Coarer, and Ángel ValleA first analysis of fluctuations of the light intensity of vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers operating in a bistable regim … - Escape time, relaxation, and sticky states of a softened Henon-Heiles model: Low-frequency vibrational mode effects and glass relaxation

Author(s): J. Quetzalcóatl Toledo-Marín and Gerardo G. NaumisHere we study the relaxation of a chain consisting of three masses joined by nonlinear springs and periodic conditions when the stiffness i … - Relations between heat exchange and Rényi divergences

Author(s): Bo-Bo WeiIn this work, we establish an exact relation which connects the heat exchange between two systems initialized in their thermodynamic equilibrium states at different temperatures an … - Bifurcation structure of localized states in the Lugiato-Lefever equation with anomalous dispersion

Author(s): P. Parra-Rivas, D. Gomila, L. Gelens, and E. KnoblochThe origin, stability, and bifurcation structure of different types of bright localized structures described by the Lugiato-Lefever equa … - Impact of spherical nanoparticles on nematic order parameters

Author(s): C. Kyrou, S. Kralj, M. Panagopoulou, Y. Raptis, G. Nounesis, and I. LelidisWe study experimentally the impact of spherical nanoparticles on the orientational order parameters of a host nema … - Role of sufficient statistics in stochastic thermodynamics and its implication to sensory adaptation

Author(s): Takumi Matsumoto and Takahiro SagawaA sufficient statistic is a significant concept in statistics, which means a probability variable that has sufficient information required for an inferen … - Quantum gas in the fast forward scheme of adiabatically expanding cavities: Force and equation of state

Author(s): Gulmira Babajanova, Jasur Matrasulov, and Katsuhiro NakamuraWith use of the scheme of fast forward which realizes quasistatic or adiabatic dynamics in shortened timescale, we investigate a … - Consistency properties of chaotic systems driven by time-delayed feedback

Author(s): T. Jüngling, M. C. Soriano, N. Oliver, X. Porte, and I. FischerConsistency refers to the property of an externally driven dynamical system to respond in similar ways to similar inputs. In a … - Coupled harmonic oscillators and their quantum entanglement

Author(s): Dmitry N. MakarovA system of two coupled quantum harmonic oscillators with the Hamiltonian $\stackrel{̂}{H}=\frac{1}{2}(\frac{1}{{m}_{1}}{\stackrel{̂}{p}}_{1}^{2}+\frac{1}{{m}_{2}}{\stackre … - Physics of automated driving in framework of three-phase traffic theory

Author(s): Boris S. KernerWe have revealed physical features of automated driving in the framework of the three-phase traffic theory for which there is $\mathit{no}$ fixed time headway to the precedin … - Symmetries and synchronization in multilayer random networks

Author(s): Alberto SaaIn the light of the recently proposed scenario of asymmetry-induced synchronization (AISync), in which dynamical uniformity and consensus in a distributed system would demand cer … - Heterogeneous update mechanisms in evolutionary games: Mixing innovative and imitative dynamics

Author(s): Marco Antonio Amaral and Marco Alberto JavaroneInnovation and evolution are two processes of paramount relevance for social and biological systems. In general, the former allows the introdu … - Theory of time-averaged neutral dynamics with environmental stochasticity

Author(s): Matan Danino and Nadav M. ShnerbCompetition is the main driver of population dynamics, which shapes the genetic composition of populations and the assembly of ecological communities. Neutra … - Crystallization in melts of short, semiflexible hard polymer chains: An interplay of entropies and dimensions

Author(s): T. Shakirov and W. PaulWhat is the thermodynamic driving force for the crystallization of melts of semiflexible polymers? We try to answer this question by employing stochastic approximatio … - Nonlinear oscillatory rarefied gas flow inside a rectangular cavity

Author(s): Peng Wang, Lianhua Zhu, Wei Su, Lei Wu, and Yonghao ZhangThe nonlinear oscillation of rarefied gas flow inside a two-dimensional rectangular cavity is investigated on the basis of the Shakh … - Transient response of nonideal ion-selective microchannel-nanochannel devices

Author(s): Neta Leibowitz, Jarrod Schiffbauer, Sinwook Park, and Gilad YossifonWe report evidence of variation in ion selectivity of a fabricated microchannel-nanochannel device resulting in the appea … - Spontaneous repulsion in the $A+B→0$ reaction on coupled networks

Author(s): Filippos Lazaridis, Bnaya Gross, Michael Maragakis, Panos Argyrakis, Ivan Bonamassa, Shlomo Havlin, and Reuven CohenWe study the transient dynamics of an $A+B→0$ process on a pair of random … - Establishing the kinetics of ballistic-to-diffusive transition using directional statistics

Author(s): Pai Liu, William R. Heinson, Benjamin J. Sumlin, Kuan-Yu Shen, and Rajan K. ChakrabartyWe establish the kinetics of ballistic-to-diffusive (BD) transition observed in two-dimensional random … - Emergent explosive synchronization in adaptive complex networks

Author(s): Vanesa Avalos-Gaytán, Juan A. Almendral, I. Leyva, F. Battiston, V. Nicosia, V. Latora, and S. BoccalettiAdaptation plays a fundamental role in shaping the structure of a complex network an … - Topological resilience in non-normal networked systems

Author(s): Malbor Asllani and Timoteo CarlettiThe network of interactions in complex systems strongly influences their resilience and the system capability to resist external perturbations or structur … - Quantifying fluctuations in reversible enzymatic cycles and clocks

Author(s): Harmen Wierenga, Pieter Rein ten Wolde, and Nils B. BeckerFluctuations are a fundamental feature of biochemical reactions, and this paper presents a unified framework to describe such fluct … - Catch bonding in the forced dissociation of a polymer endpoint

Author(s): Cyril Vrusch and Cornelis StormCatch bonding is a phenomenon where the mean lifetime of a bond increases when subjected to a pulling force, as has been observed experimentally in protein bi … - Foam rheology at large deformation

Author(s): J.-C. Géminard, J. C. Pastenes, and F. MeloLarge deformations are prone to cause irreversible changes in materials structure, generally leading to either material hardening or softening. Aq … - Magnetic field generation by pointwise zero-helicity three-dimensional steady flow of an incompressible electrically conducting fluid

Author(s): Andrey Rasskazov, Roman Chertovskih, and Vladislav ZheligovskyWe introduce six families of three-dimensional space-periodic steady solenoidal flows, whose kinetic helicity density is zero a … - Pushing the limits of Monte Carlo simulations for the three-dimensional Ising model

Author(s): Alan M. Ferrenberg, Jiahao Xu, and David P. LandauWhile the three-dimensional Ising model has defied analytic solution, various numerical methods like Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo renormalizati … - Multimodal transport and dispersion of organelles in narrow tubular cells

Author(s): Saurabh S. Mogre and Elena F. KosloverIntracellular components explore the cytoplasm via active motor-driven transport in conjunction with passive diffusion. We model the motion of organell … - Invasion waves in the biochemical warfare between living organisms

Author(s): S. A. Carvalho and M. L. MartinsMicroorganisms and plants very commonly release toxic secondary chemical compounds (allelochemicals) that inhibit or kill sensitive strains or individuals fr …