- Entanglement and localization transitions in eigenstates of interacting chaotic systems

Author(s): Arul Lakshminarayan, Shashi C. L. Srivastava, Roland Ketzmerick, Arnd Bäcker, and Steven TomsovicThe entanglement and localization in eigenstates of strongly chaotic subsystems are studied … - Strange scaling and relaxation of finite-size fluctuation in thermal equilibrium

Author(s): Yoshiyuki Y. YamaguchiWe numerically exhibit two strange phenomena of finite-size fluctuation in thermal equilibrium of a paradigmatic long-range interacting system having a second-order ph … - Perturbative expansion for the maximum of fractional Brownian motion

Author(s): Mathieu Delorme and Kay Jörg WieseBrownian motion is the only random process which is Gaussian, scale invariant, and Markovian. Dropping the Markovian property, i.e., allowing for memory, o … - Effective-medium approximation for lattice random walks with long-range jumps

Author(s): Felix Thiel and Igor M. SokolovWe consider the random walk on a lattice with random transition rates and arbitrarily long-range jumps. We employ Bruggeman's effective-medium approximat … - Kink ratchet induced by a time-dependent symmetric field potential

Author(s): Bernardo Sánchez-Rey, Jesús Casado-Pascual, and Niurka R. QuinteroThis paper proposes a mechanism for soliton ratchets in long Josephson junctions, in the absence of external forces and wit … - Theory of short periodic orbits for partially open quantum maps

Author(s): Gabriel G. Carlo, R. M. Benito, and F. BorondoWe extend the semiclassical theory of short periodic orbits [M. Novaes et al., Phys. Rev. E 80, 035202(R) (2009)] to partially open quantum map … - Dynamical and orientational structural crossovers in low-temperature glycerol

Author(s): Salman Seyedi, Daniel R. Martin, and Dmitry V. MatyushovMean-square displacements of hydrogen atoms in glass-forming materials and proteins, as reported by incoherent elastic neutron scatte … - External control strategies for self-propelled particles: Optimizing navigational efficiency in the presence of limited resources

Author(s): Daniel F. B. Haeufle, Tobias Bäuerle, Jakob Steiner, Lena Bremicker, Syn Schmitt, and Clemens BechingerWe experimentally and numerically study the dependence of different navigation strateg … - Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy in thin films at reflecting substrates as a means to study nanoscale structure and dynamics at soft-matter interfaces

Author(s): Daniela Täuber, Kathrin Radscheit, Christian von Borczyskowski, Michael Schulz, and Vladimir Al. OsipovStructure and dynamics at soft-matter interfaces play an important role in nature and … - Passive manipulation of free-surface instability by deformable solid bilayers

Author(s): Shivam Sahu and V. ShankarThis study deals with the elastohydrodynamic coupling that occurs in the flow of a liquid layer down an inclined plane lined with a deformable solid bilayer and it … - Numerical study of initial perturbation effects on Richtmyer-Meshkov instability in nonuniform flows

Author(s): Jia-xin Xiao, Jing-song Bai, and Tao WangThe effects of an initial perturbation on Richtmyer-Meshkov instability are numerically studied by simulating the process of incident shock (Ma=1.27 … - Experimental investigation of transverse mixing in porous media under helical flow conditions

Author(s): Yu Ye, Gabriele Chiogna, Olaf A. Cirpka, Peter Grathwohl, and Massimo RollePlume dilution and transverse mixing can be considerably enhanced by helical flow occurring in three-dimensional h … - X-ray scattering measurements on imploding CH spheres at the National Ignition Facility

Author(s): D. Kraus, D. A. Chapman, A. L. Kritcher, R. A. Baggott, B. Bachmann, G. W. Collins, S. H. Glenzer, J. A. Hawreliak, D. H. Kalantar, O. L. Landen, T. Ma, S. Le Pape, J. Nilsen, D. C. Swift, … - Finite-size effects and percolation properties of Poisson geometries

Author(s): C. Larmier, E. Dumonteil, F. Malvagi, A. Mazzolo, and A. ZoiaRandom tessellations of the space represent a class of prototype models of heterogeneous media, which are central in several app … - Residence times of branching diffusion processes

Author(s): E. Dumonteil and A. MazzoloThe residence time of a branching Brownian process is the amount of time that the mother particle and all its descendants spend inside a domain. Using the Feynman … - Dynamic system classifier

Author(s): Daniel Pumpe, Maksim Greiner, Ewald Müller, and Torsten A. EnßlinStochastic differential equations describe well many physical, biological, and sociological systems, despite the simplificat … - Pedestrian dynamics in single-file movement of crowd with different age compositions

Author(s): Shuchao Cao, Jun Zhang, Daniel Salden, Jian Ma, Chang'an Shi, and Ruifang ZhangAn aging population is bringing new challenges to the management of escape routes and facility design in … - Separating temporal and topological effects in walk-based network centrality

Author(s): Ewan R. Colman and Nathaniel CharltonThe recently introduced concept of dynamic communicability is a valuable tool for ranking the importance of nodes in a temporal network. Two metrics, br … - Effect of spatial coherence of light on the photoregulation processes in cells

Author(s): A. V. Budagovsky, N. V. Solovykh, M. B. Yankovskaya, M. V. Maslova, O. N. Budagovskaya, and I. A. BudagovskyThe effect of the statistical properties of light on the value of the photoinduce … - Fundamental conical defects: The d-cone, its e-cone, and its p-cone

Author(s): Keith A. SeffenWe consider well-known surface disclinations by cutting, joining, and folding pieces of paper card. The resulting shapes have a discrete, folded vertex whose geometry is desc … - Explicit symplectic algorithms based on generating functions for charged particle dynamics

Author(s): Ruili Zhang, Hong Qin, Yifa Tang, Jian Liu, Yang He, and Jianyuan XiaoDynamics of a charged particle in the canonical coordinates is a Hamiltonian system, and the well-known symplectic algo … - Programming complex shapes in thin nematic elastomer and glass sheets

Author(s): Paul Plucinsky, Marius Lemm, and Kaushik BhattacharyaNematic elastomers and glasses are solids that display spontaneous distortion under external stimuli. Recent advances in the synthesis o … - Hard-sphere interactions in velocity-jump models

Author(s): Benjamin Franz, Jake P. Taylor-King, Christian Yates, and Radek ErbanGroup-level behavior of particles undergoing a velocity-jump process with hard-sphere interactions is investigated. We d … - Imperfectly synchronized states and chimera states in two interacting populations of nonlocally coupled Stuart-Landau oscillators

Author(s): K. Premalatha, V. K. Chandrasekar, M. Senthilvelan, and M. LakshmananWe investigate the emergence of different kinds of imperfectly synchronized states and chimera states in two interacting … - Oscillations in the bistable regime of neuronal networks

Author(s): Alex Roxin and Albert CompteBistability between attracting fixed points in neuronal networks has been hypothesized to underlie persistent activity observed in several cortical areas during … - Decay of femtosecond laser-induced plasma filaments in air, nitrogen, and argon for atmospheric and subatmospheric pressures

Author(s): N. L. Aleksandrov, S. B. Bodrov, M. V. Tsarev, A. A. Murzanev, Yu. A. Sergeev, Yu. A. Malkov, and A. N. StepanovThe temporal evolution of a plasma channel at the trail of a self-guided femt … - Efficiency at maximum power and efficiency fluctuations in a linear Brownian heat-engine model

Author(s): Jong-Min Park, Hyun-Myung Chun, and Jae Dong NohWe investigate the stochastic thermodynamics of a two-particle Langevin system. Each particle is in contact with a heat bath at different tem … - Quantum Fokker-Planck-Kramers equation and entropy production

Author(s): Mário J. de OliveiraWe use a canonical quantization procedure to set up a quantum Fokker-Planck-Kramers equation that accounts for quantum dissipation in a thermal environment. The dissipat … - Fluctuations in reactive networks subject to extrinsic noise studied in the framework of the chemical Langevin equation

Author(s): H. BerthoumieuxTheoretical and experimental studies have shown that the fluctuations of in vivo systems break the fluctuation-dissipation theorem. One can thus ask what information is conta … - Equilibrium adsorption and self-assembly of patchy colloids in microchannels

Author(s): Bennett D. MarshallA theory is developed to describe the equilibrium adsorption and self-assembly of patchy colloids in microchannels. The adsorption theory is developed in classical densit … - Spherical nematic shells with a threefold valence

Author(s): Vinzenz Koning, Teresa Lopez-Leon, Alexandre Darmon, Alberto Fernandez-Nieves, and V. VitelliWe present a theoretical study of the energetics of thin nematic shells with two charge-one-half … - Linked and knotted chimera filaments in oscillatory systems

Author(s): Hon Wai Lau and Jörn DavidsenWhile the existence of stable knotted and linked vortex lines has been established in many experimental and theoretical systems, their existence in oscillatory … - Path integral Monte Carlo on a lattice. II. Bound states

Author(s): Mark O'Callaghan and Bruce N. MillerThe equilibrium properties of a single quantum particle (qp) interacting with a classical gas for a wide range of temperatures that explore the syst … - Phase coexistence and spatial correlations in reconstituting k-mer models

Author(s): Amit Kumar Chatterjee, Bijoy Daga, and P. K. MohantyIn reconstituting k-mer models, extended objects that occupy several sites on a one-dimensional lattice undergo directed or undirected di … - Average diagonal entropy in nonequilibrium isolated quantum systems

Author(s): Olivier Giraud and Ignacio García-MataThe diagonal entropy was introduced as a good entropy candidate especially for isolated quantum systems out of equilibrium. Here we present an analytic … - Optimal performance of heat engines with a finite source or sink and inequalities between means

Author(s): Ramandeep S. JohalGiven a system with a finite heat capacity and a heat reservoir, and two values of initial temperatures, T_{+} and T_{−}([Phys. Rev. E 94, 012123] Published Mon Jul 18, 20 … - Aspiration promotes cooperation in the prisoner's dilemma game with the imitation rule

Author(s): Xuesong Liu, Mingfeng He, Yibin Kang, and Qiuhui PanA model of stochastic evolutionary game dynamics with finite population of size N+M was built. Among these individuals, N individuals upd … - Eigenstate thermalization hypothesis and quantum Jarzynski relation for pure initial states

Author(s): F. Jin, R. Steinigeweg, H. De Raedt, K. Michielsen, M. Campisi, and J. GemmerSince the first suggestion of the Jarzynski equality many derivations of this equality have been presented in bo … - Multiplicative noise can lead to the collapse of dissipative solitons

Author(s): Orazio Descalzi, Carlos Cartes, and Helmut R. BrandWe investigate the influence of spatially homogeneous multiplicative noise on the formation of localized patterns in the framework of the … - Clustering of time-evolving scaling dynamics in a complex signal

Author(s): Hamidreza Saghir, Tom Chau, and Azadeh KushkiComplex time series are widespread in physics and physiology. Multifractal analysis provides a tool to study the scaling dynamics of such time s … - Polarizing properties and structure of the cuticle of scarab beetles from the Chrysina genus

Author(s): Lía Fernández del Río, Hans Arwin, and Kenneth JärrendahlThe optical properties of several scarab beetles have been previously studied but few attempts have been made to compare beetles in … - Conformational transitions of single polymer adsorption in poor solvent: Wetting transition due to molecular confinement induced line tension

Author(s): Hsien-Hung Wei and Yen-Ching LiWe report a theory capable of describing conformational transitions for single polymer adsorption in a poor solvent. We show that an additional molecular conf … - Self-pinning of a nanosuspension droplet: Molecular dynamics simulations

Author(s): Baiou Shi and Edmund B. Webb, IIIResults are presented from molecular dynamics simulations of Pb(l) nanodroplets containing dispersed Cu nanoparticles (NPs) and spreading on solid surfaces. … - Single-mode instability of a ferrofluid-mercury interface under a nonuniform magnetic field

Author(s): Chamkor Singh, Arup K. Das, and Prasanta K. DasThis work reports an experimental and a numerical study of the interfacial instability in a mercury-ferrofluid system caused by a spatially no … - Reynolds analogy for the Rayleigh problem at various flow modes

Author(s): A. A. Abramov and A. V. ButkovskiiThe Reynolds analogy and the extended Reynolds analogy for the Rayleigh problem are considered. For a viscous incompressible fluid we derive the Reynolds a … - Optical conductivity of warm dense matter within a wide frequency range using quantum statistical and kinetic approaches

Author(s): M. Veysman, G. Röpke, M. Winkel, and H. ReinholzFundamental properties of warm dense matter are described by the dielectric function, which gives access to the frequency-dependent electrica … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Generalized exclusion processes: Transport coefficients’ ”

Author(s): Chikashi Arita, P. L. Krapivsky, and Kirone MallickWe reply to the Comment of Becker, Nelissen, Cleuren, Partoens, and Van den Broeck [Phys. Rev. E 93, 046101 (2016)] on our article [Arita, ... - Thermodynamical analysis of a quantum heat engine based on harmonic oscillators

Author(s): Andrea Insinga, Bjarne Andresen, and Peter SalamonMany models of heat engines have been studied with the tools of finite-time thermodynamics and an ensemble of independent quantum systems a ... - Thermal motion of a nonlinear localized pattern in a quasi-one-dimensional system

Author(s): Tommy Dessup, Christophe Coste, and Michel Saint JeanWe study the dynamics of localized nonlinear patterns in a quasi-one-dimensional many-particle system near a subcritical pitchfork bifur ... - Experimental evidence of deterministic coherence resonance in coupled chaotic systems with frequency mismatch

Author(s): M. A. García-Vellisca, A. N. Pisarchik, and R. Jaimes-ReáteguiWe present the experimental evidence of deterministic coherence resonance in unidirectionally coupled two and three Rössler ele ... - Long-range response in ac electricity grids

Author(s): Daniel Jung and Stefan KettemannThis paper analyzes the behavior of electricity grids in response to perturbations. The authors specifically consider the case of the addition of one extra e ... - Synchronization in the random-field Kuramoto model on complex networks

Author(s): M. A. Lopes, E. M. Lopes, S. Yoon, J. F. F. Mendes, and A. V. GoltsevWe study the impact of random pinning fields on the emergence of synchrony in the Kuramoto model on complete graphs and ... - Anisotropic opinion dynamics

Author(s): Juan NeirottiWe consider the process of opinion formation in a society of interacting agents, where there is a set B of socially accepted rules. In this scenario, we observed that agents, r ... - Chemotaxis of artificial microswimmers in active density waves

Author(s): Alexander Geiseler, Peter Hänggi, Fabio Marchesoni, Colm Mulhern, and Sergey Savel'evLiving microorganisms are capable of a tactic response to external stimuli by swimming toward or aw ... - Kinetic theory for dilute cohesive granular gases with a square well potential

Author(s): Satoshi Takada, Kuniyasu Saitoh, and Hisao HayakawaWe develop the kinetic theory of dilute cohesive granular gases in which the attractive part is described by a square well potential. We d ... - Hamiltonian formulation towards minimization of viscous fluid fingering

Author(s): Carlos Batista, Eduardo O. Dias, and José A. MirandaA variational approach has been recently employed to determine the ideal time-dependent injection rate Q(t) that minimizes fingering form ... - Phase separation between conductive and insulative materials induced by the electric field

Author(s): Yuko NagamineTo demonstrate that phase separation is a main mechanism of pattern formation for one of the spatiotemporal patterns emerging in the Ag and Sb electrodeposition system, I perfo ... - Optimal search strategies of run-and-tumble walks

Author(s): Jean-François Rupprecht, Olivier Bénichou, and Raphael VoituriezThe run-and-tumble walk, consisting of randomly reoriented ballistic excursions, models phenomena ranging from gas kinetics t ... - Anomalous diffusion and dynamics of fluorescence recovery after photobleaching in the random-comb model

Author(s): S. B. Yuste, E. Abad, and A. BaumgaertnerWe address the problem of diffusion on a comb whose teeth display varying lengths. Specifically, the length ℓ of each tooth is drawn from a probabil ... - Imperfect traveling chimera states induced by local synaptic gradient coupling

Author(s): Bidesh K. Bera, Dibakar Ghosh, and Tanmoy BanerjeeIn this paper, we report the occurrence of chimera patterns in a network of neuronal oscillators, which are coupled through local, synaptic ... - Spatiotemporal accessible solitons in fractional dimensions

Author(s): Wei-Ping Zhong, Milivoj R. Belić, Boris A. Malomed, Yiqi Zhang, and Tingwen HuangWe report solutions for solitons of the “accessible” type in globally nonlocal nonlinear media of fractional ... - Controlling statistical moments of stochastic dynamical networks

Author(s): Dmytro Bielievtsov, Josef Ladenbauer, and Klaus ObermayerWe consider a general class of stochastic networks and ask which network nodes need to be controlled, and how, to stabilize and swit ... - How domain growth is implemented determines the long-term behavior of a cell population through its effect on spatial correlations

Author(s): Robert J. H. Ross, R. E. Baker, and C. A. YatesDomain growth plays an important role in many biological systems, and so the inclusion of domain growth in models of these biological systems ... - Impact of Friedel oscillations on vapor-liquid equilibria and supercritical properties in two and three dimensions

Author(s): Caroline Desgranges, Landon Huber, and Jerome DelhommelleWe determine the impact of the Friedel oscillations on the phase behavior, critical properties, and thermodynamic contours in films ... - Pore-scale dispersion: Bridging the gap between microscopic pore structure and the emerging macroscopic transport behavior

Author(s): Daniel W. Meyer and Branko BijeljicWe devise an efficient methodology to provide a universal statistical description of advection-dominated dispersion (Péclet→∞) in natural porous media inc ... - Stability analysis of Rayleigh-Bénard convection in a cylinder with internal heat generation

Author(s): Bo-Fu Wang, Lin Zhou, Zhen-Hua Wan, Dong-Jun Ma, and De-Jun SunThe flow instabilities of Rayleigh-Bénard convection in a cylinder with effect of uniform internal heat source are investigate ... - Suppression of pattern-forming instabilities by genetic optimization

Author(s): S. Kumar, R. Herrero, M. Botey, and K. StaliunasWe propose a versatile “stabilization on demand” method for the suppression of modulation instability in oscillatory spatially extended nonli ... - Pressure-induced recovery of Fourier's law in one-dimensional momentum-conserving systems

Author(s): Dye SK SatoWe report the two typical models of normal heat conduction in one-dimensional momentum-conserving systems. They show the Arrhenius and the non-Arrhenius temperature dependence. W ... - Isothermal Langevin dynamics in systems with power-law spatially dependent friction

Author(s): Shaked Regev, Niels Grønbech-Jensen, and Oded FaragoWe study the dynamics of Brownian particles in a heterogeneous one-dimensional medium with a spatially dependent diffusion coefficient of ... - Dynamics of two populations of phase oscillators with different frequency distributions

Author(s): Yu Terada and Toshio AoyagiA large variety of rhythms are observed in nature. Rhythms such as electroencephalogram signals in the brain can often be regarded as interacting. In this study, ... - Prediction of dynamical systems by symbolic regression

Author(s): Markus Quade, Markus Abel, Kamran Shafi, Robert K. Niven, and Bernd R. NoackWe study the modeling and prediction of dynamical systems based on conventional models derived from measurements. ... - Stochastic modeling of cell growth with symmetric or asymmetric division

Author(s): Andrew Marantan and Ariel AmirWe consider a class of biologically motivated stochastic processes in which a unicellular organism divides its resources (volume or damaged proteins, in partic ... - Piezoelectric allostery of protein

Author(s): Jun Ohnuki, Takato Sato, and Mitsunori TakanoAllostery is indispensable for a protein to work, where a locally applied stimulus is transmitted to a distant part of the molecule. While the a ... - Size-dependent regulation of synchronized activity in living neuronal networks

Author(s): Hideaki Yamamoto, Shigeru Kubota, Yudai Chida, Mayu Morita, Satoshi Moriya, Hisanao Akima, Shigeo Sato, Ayumi Hirano-Iwata, Takashi Tanii, and Michio NiwanoWe study the effect of network si ... - Dependence of the dielectric constant of electrolyte solutions on ionic concentration: A microfield approach

Author(s): Nir Gavish and Keith PromislowWe present a microfield approach for studying the dependence of the orientational polarization of the water in aqueous electrolyte solutions upon the salt conc ... - Packing fraction of particles with a Weibull size distribution

Author(s): H. J. H. BrouwersThis paper addresses the void fraction of polydisperse particles with a Weibull (or Rosin-Rammler) size distribution. It is demonstrated that the governing parameters of th ... - Nonlocal Poisson-Fermi model for ionic solvent

Author(s): Dexuan Xie, Jinn-Liang Liu, and Bob EisenbergWe propose a nonlocal Poisson-Fermi model for ionic solvent that includes ion size effects and polarization correlations among water molecules i … - Noise-assisted estimation of attractor invariants

Author(s): Juan F. Restrepo and Gastón SchlotthauerIn this article, the noise-assisted correlation integral (NCI) is proposed. The purpose of the NCI is to estimate the invariants of a dynamical syste … - Numerical study of cluster formation in binary charged colloids

Author(s): Tohru Okuzono, Kana Odai, Tatsuhiro Masuda, Akiko Toyotama, and Junpei YamanakaCluster formation of oppositely charged colloidal particles is studied numerically. A simple Brownian dynamics … - Active cage model of glassy dynamics

Author(s): Étienne Fodor, Hisao Hayakawa, Paolo Visco, and Frédéric van WijlandWe build up a phenomenological picture in terms of the effective dynamics of a tracer confined in a cage experiencing ran … - Phase diagram for inertial granular flows

Author(s): E. DeGiuli, J. N. McElwaine, and M. WyartFlows of hard granular materials depend strongly on the interparticle friction coefficient μ_{p} and on the inertial number I, which characterizes p … - Electromagnetic wave band structure due to surface plasmon resonances in a complex plasma

Author(s): S. V. Vladimirov and O. IshiharaThe dielectric properties of complex plasma containing either metal or dielectric spherical inclusions (macroparticles, dust) are investigated. We focus on s … - Universal correlations between shocks in the ground state of elastic interfaces in disordered media

Author(s): Thimothée Thiery, Pierre Le Doussal, and Kay Jörg WieseThe ground state of an elastic interface in a disordered medium undergoes collective jumps upon variation of external parameters. Thes … - Time and frequency domain characteristics of detrending-operation-based scaling analysis: Exact DFA and DMA frequency responses

Author(s): Ken Kiyono and Yutaka TsujimotoWe develop a general framework to study the time and frequency domain characteristics of detrending-operation-based scaling analysis methods, such as detrende … - Solving the inverse Ising problem by mean-field methods in a clustered phase space with many states

Author(s): Aurélien Decelle and Federico Ricci-TersenghiIn this work we explain how to properly use mean-field methods to solve the inverse Ising problem when the phase space is clustered, that is, ma … - Critical behavior for random initial conditions in the one-dimensional fixed-energy Manna sandpile model

Author(s): Sungchul Kwon and Jin Min KimA fixed-energy Manna sandpile model undergoes an absorbing phase transition at a critical ρ_{c}, where an order parameter ϕ(t) decays as t^{−α} in time t. As th … - Heterogeneity of time delays determines synchronization of coupled oscillators

Author(s): Spase Petkoski, Andreas Spiegler, Timothée Proix, Parham Aram, Jean-Jacques Temprado, and Viktor K. JirsaNetwork couplings of oscillatory large-scale systems, such as the brain, have a spac … - Dynamical playground of a higher-order cubic Ginzburg-Landau equation: From orbital connections and limit cycles to invariant tori and the onset of chaos

Author(s): V. Achilleos, A. R. Bishop, S. Diamantidis, D. J. Frantzeskakis, T. P. Horikis, N. I. Karachalios, and P. G. KevrekidisThe dynamical behavior of a higher-order cubic Ginzburg-Landau equatio … - Isostable reduction with applications to time-dependent partial differential equations

Author(s): Dan Wilson and Jeff MoehlisIsostables and isostable reduction, analogous to isochrons and phase reduction for oscillatory systems, are useful in the study of nonlinear equations which asymp … - Identifying optimal targets of network attack by belief propagation

Author(s): Salomon Mugisha and Hai-Jun ZhouFor a network formed by nodes and undirected links between pairs of nodes, the network optimal attack problem aims at deleting a minimum number of target nod … - Avalanche effects near nanojunctions

Author(s): Vishal V. R. Nandigana and N. R. AluruIn this article, we perform a computational investigation of a nanopore connected to external fluidic reservoirs of asymmetric geometries. The asymmetr … - Role of catch bonds in actomyosin mechanics and cell mechanosensitivity

Author(s): Franck J. Vernerey and Umut AkalpWe propose a mechanism of adherent cell mechanosensing, based on the idea that the contractile actomyosin machinery behaves as a catch bond. For this, we co … - Useful scars: Physics of the capsids of archaeal viruses

Author(s): L. E. Perotti, S. Dharmavaram, W. S. Klug, J. Marian, J. Rudnick, and R. F. BruinsmaThis paper presents a theoretical description of the shape of capsids for archaeal viruses, in particular … - Short-time dynamics of monomers and dimers in quasi-two-dimensional colloidal mixtures

Author(s): Erick Sarmiento-Gómez, José Ramón Villanueva-Valencia, Salvador Herrera-Velarde, José Arturo Ruiz-Santoyo, Jesús Santana-Solano, José Luis Arauz-Lara, and Ramón Castañeda-PriegoWe report on … - Ab initio diffuse-interface model for lithiated electrode interface evolution

Author(s): Maria E. Stournara, Ravi Kumar, Yue Qi, and Brian W. SheldonThe study of chemical segregation at interfaces, and in particular the ability to predict the thickness of segregated layers via … - Influence of particle surface roughness on creeping granular motion

Author(s): Li-Tsung Sheng, Wei-Ching Chang, and Shu-San HsiauA core is formed at the center of a quasi-two-dimensional rotating drum filled more than half with granular material. The core rotates slig … - Extreme conditions in a dissolving air nanobubble

Author(s): Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, and Wataru KanematsuNumerical simulations of the dissolution of an air nanobubble in water have been performed taking into account the effect of bubble dynamics … - Kinetics of fluid demixing in complex plasmas: Domain growth analysis using Minkowski tensors

Author(s): A. Böbel and C. RäthA molecular dynamics simulation of the demixing process of a binary complex plasma is analyzed and the role of distinct interaction potentials is discussed by using morp … - Publisher's Note: Eigenvector dynamics under perturbation of modular networks [Phys. Rev. E 93, 062312 (2016)]

Author(s): Somwrita Sarkar, Sanjay Chawla, P. A. Robinson, and Santo Fortunato[Phys. Rev. E 94, 019903] Published Mon Jul 11, 2016