- Induced-charge electro-osmosis around metal and Janus spheres in water: Patterns of flow and breaking symmetries

Author(s): Chenhui Peng, Israel Lazo, Sergij V. Shiyanovskii, and Oleg D. LavrentovichWe establish experimentally the flow patterns of induced-charge electro-osmosis around immobilized metallic sphere … - On the edge of an inverse cascade

Author(s): Kannabiran Seshasayanan, Santiago Jose Benavides, and Alexandros AlexakisWe demonstrate that systems with a parameter-controlled inverse cascade can exhibit critical behavior for which at t … - Kinetic effects and nonlinear heating in intense x-ray-laser-produced carbon plasmas

Author(s): Y. Sentoku, I. Paraschiv, R. Royle, R. C. Mancini, and T. JohzakiThe x-ray laser-matter interaction for a low-Z material, carbon, is studied with a particle-in-cell code that solves the pho … - Universal theory of efficiency fluctuations

Author(s): Gatien Verley, Tim Willaert, Christian Van den Broeck, and Massimiliano EspositoUsing the fluctuation theorem supplemented with geometric arguments, we derive universal features of the (lon … - Detection of weak signals in memory thermal baths

Author(s): J. I. Jiménez-Aquino, R. M. Velasco, and M. Romero-BastidaThe nonlinear relaxation time and the statistics of the first passage time distribution in connection with the quasideterministic a … - Direct simulations of homogeneous bubble nucleation: Agreement with classical nucleation theory and no local hot spots

Author(s): Jürg Diemand, Raymond Angélil, Kyoko K. Tanaka, and Hidekazu TanakaThis work presents extensive microcanonical molecular dynamics simulations of a Lennard-Jones liquid to directly measure t … - Dynamics and statistics of wave-particle interactions in a confined geometry

Author(s): Tristan GiletA walker is a droplet bouncing on a liquid surface and propelled by the waves that it generates. This macroscopic wave-particle association exhibits behaviors reminiscent of qu … - Leidenfrost effect: Accurate drop shape modeling and refined scaling laws

Author(s): B. Sobac, A. Rednikov, S. Dorbolo, and P. ColinetWe here present a simple fitting-parameter-free theory of the Leidenfrost effect (droplet levitation above a superheated plate) covering the … - Effect of ambient pressure on Leidenfrost temperature

Author(s): Daniel Orejon, Khellil Sefiane, and Yasuyuki TakataThe accurate prediction and control of the interaction of liquids with hot surfaces is paramount in numerous areas, including cooling appl … - Collinear swimmer propelling a cargo sphere at low Reynolds number

Author(s): B. U. FelderhofThe swimming velocity and rate of dissipation of a linear chain consisting of two or three little spheres and a big sphere is studied on the basis of low Reynolds number hydr … - Dean instability in double-curved channels

Author(s): J.-D. Debus, M. Mendoza, and H. J. HerrmannWe study the Dean instability in curved channels using the lattice Boltzmann model for generalized metrics. For this purpose, we first improve and … - Systematic bias in the calculation of spectral density from a three-dimensional spatial grid

Author(s): Rodion Stepanov, Franck Plunian, Mouloud Kessar, and Guillaume BalaracThe energy spectral density E(k), where k is the spatial wave number, is a well-known diagnostic of homogeneous turbule … - Dynamical theory of spin noise and relaxation: Prospects for real-time NMR measurements

Author(s): Timothy R. FieldRecent developments in theoretical aspects of spin noise and relaxation and their interrelationship reveal a modified spin density, distinct from the density matrix, as the … - Origins of scaling corrections in ballistic growth models

Author(s): Sidiney G. Alves, Tiago J. Oliveira, and Silvio C. FerreiraWe study the ballistic deposition and the grain deposition models on two-dimensional substrates. Using the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KP … - Comparative study of approaches based on the differential critical region and correlation functions in modeling phase-transformation kinetics

Author(s): Massimo Tomellini and Massimo FanfoniThe statistical methods exploiting the “Correlation-Functions” or the “Differential-Critical-Region” are both suitable for describing phase transformati … - Ground-state energy of the q-state Potts model: The minimum modularity

Author(s): J. S. Lee, S. Hwang, J. Yeo, D. Kim, and B. KahngA wide range of interacting systems can be described by complex networks. A common feature of such networks is that they consist of several … - Fick-Jacobs equation for channels over three-dimensional curves

Author(s): Carlos Valero Valdes and Rafael Herrera GuzmanThe purpose of this paper is to provide a new formula for the effective diffusion coefficient of a generalized Fick-Jacobs equation for narrow … - Re-examining the self-contained quantum refrigerator in the strong-coupling regime

Author(s): Chang-shui Yu and Qing-yao ZhuWe revisit the self-contained quantum refrigerator in the strong-internal-coupling regime by employing the quantum optical master equation. It is shown that st … - Nonlinear dynamic response of glass-forming liquids to random pinning

Author(s): Walter Kob and Daniele CoslovichWe use large scale computer simulations of a glass-forming liquid in which a fraction c of the particles has been permanently pinned. We find that the relaxa … - Locomotion and transport in a hexatic liquid crystal

Author(s): Madison S. Krieger, Saverio E. Spagnolie, and Thomas R. PowersThe swimming behavior of bacteria and other microorganisms is sensitive to the physical properties of the fluid in which they s … - Repeated-drive adaptive feedback identification of network topologies

Author(s): Pu Yang and Zhigang ZhengThe identification of the topological structures of complex networks from dynamical information is a significant inverse problem. How to infer the information of ne … - Phase transitions in a coevolving snowdrift game with costly rewiring

Author(s): W. Zhang, Y. S. Li, P. Du, C. Xu, and P. M. HuiWe propose and study a dissatisfied adaptive snowdrift game with a payoff parameter r that incorporates a cost for rewiring a connection. An a … - Reexamination of pure qubit work extraction

Author(s): Max F. Frenzel, David Jennings, and Terry RudolphMany work extraction or information erasure processes in the literature involve the raising and lowering of energy levels via external field … - Statistical properties of spectral fluctuations of N interacting bosons in a harmonic trap

Author(s): Kamalika Roy, Barnali Chakrabarti, and V. K. B. KotaSpectral fluctuations of a system of N weakly interacting bosons in an isotropic harmonic trap are studied, with the focus on the deviati … - Noncontractible loops in the dense O(n) loop model on the cylinder

Author(s): F. C. Alcaraz, J. G. Brankov, V. B. Priezzhev, V. Rittenberg, and A. M. RogozhnikovA lattice model of critical dense polymers O(n) is considered for finite cylinder geometry. Due to the pre … - Diffusion of interacting particles in discrete geometries: Equilibrium and dynamical properties

Author(s): T. Becker, K. Nelissen, B. Cleuren, B. Partoens, and C. Van den BroeckWe expand on a recent study of a lattice model of interacting particles [Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 110601 (2013)PRLTAO10.11 … - Dynamical DNA accessibility induced by chromatin remodeling and protein binding

Author(s): F. Montel, C. Faivre-Moskalenko, and M. CastelnovoChromatin remodeling factors are enzymes being able to alter locally chromatin structure at the nucleosomal level and they actively partici … - Blind and myopic ants in heterogeneous networks

Author(s): S. Hwang, D.-S. Lee, and B. KahngThe diffusion processes on complex networks may be described by different Laplacian matrices due to heterogeneous connectivity. Here we investigate the rand … - Imitation versus payoff: Duality of the decision-making process demonstrates criticality and consensus formation

Author(s): M. Turalska and B. J. WestWe consider a dual model of decision making, in which an individual forms its opinion based on contrasting mechanisms of imitation and rational calculation. The de … - Properties of interaction networks underlying the minority game

Author(s): Inés CaridiThe minority game is a well-known agent-based model with no explicit interaction among its agents. However, it is known that they interact through the global magnitudes of the mo … - Epidemic spreading and risk perception in multiplex networks: A self-organized percolation method

Author(s): Emanuele Massaro and Franco BagnoliIn this paper we study the interplay between epidemic spreading and risk perception on multiplex networks. The basic idea is that the effective infection … - Efficiency of Monte Carlo sampling in chaotic systems

Author(s): Jorge C. Leitão, J. M. Viana Parente Lopes, and Eduardo G. AltmannIn this paper we investigate how the complexity of chaotic phase spaces affect the efficiency of importance sampling Monte … - Stability of fixed points and generalized critical behavior in multifield models

Author(s): A. Eichhorn, D. Mesterházy, and M. M. SchererWe study models with three coupled vector fields characterized by O(N1)⊕O(N2)⊕O(N3) symmetry. Using the nonperturbative functional renormalizati … - Dynamics of a homogeneous active dumbbell system

Author(s): Antonio Suma, Giuseppe Gonnella, Gianluca Laghezza, Antonio Lamura, Alessandro Mossa, and Leticia F. CugliandoloWe analyze the dynamics of a two-dimensional system of interacting active dum … - Role of interference in the photosynthetic heat engine

Author(s): Y. Y. Xu and J. LiuThe observation of quantum coherence in pigment-protein complexes has attracted considerable interest. One such endeavor entails applying a quantum heat engine to model t … - Suppression of work fluctuations by optimal control: An approach based on Jarzynski's equality

Author(s): Gaoyang Xiao and Jiangbin GongUnderstanding and manipulating work fluctuations in microscale and nanoscale systems are of both fundamental and practical interest. For example, aspects of wo … - Eigenstate thermalization and representative states on subsystems

Author(s): Vedika Khemani, Anushya Chandran, Hyungwon Kim, and S. L. SondhiWe consider a quantum system A∪B made up of degrees of freedom that can be partitioned into spatially disjoint regions A and … - Restoring the consistency with the contact density theorem of a classical density functional theory of ions at a planar electrical double layer

Author(s): Dirk GillespieClassical density functional theory (DFT) of fluids is a fast and efficient theory to compute the structure of the electrical double layer in the primitive model of ions where … - Stochastic resonance in bistable spin-crossover compounds with light-induced transitions

Author(s): Iurii Gudyma, Artur Maksymov, and Mihai DimianThis article presents a theoretical prediction of stochastic resonance in spin-crossover materials. The analysis of stochastic resonance phenom … - Density scaling and quasiuniversality of flow-event statistics for athermal plastic flows

Author(s): Edan Lerner, Nicholas P. Bailey, and Jeppe C. DyreAthermal steady-state plastic flows were simulated for the Kob-Andersen binary Lennard-Jones system and its repulsive version in which the … - Kinetic roughening of a soft dewetting line under quenched disorder: A numerical study

Author(s): B. Tyukodi, Y. Bréchet, and Z. NédaAn elegant simulation method, suitable for investigating the dewetting dynamics of thin and viscous liquid layers, is discussed. The efficiency of the met … - Anisotropy of electrostatic interaction in smectic-C* liquid crystals

Author(s): V. P. Romanov and S. V. UlyanovThe contribution to the free energy of distortion of the ferroelectric smectic-C* due to the electrostatic interaction of polarization charges is calculated. … - Self-avoiding wormlike chain model for double-stranded-DNA loop formation

Author(s): Yaroslav Pollak, Sarah Goldberg, and Roee AmitWe compute the effects of excluded volume on the probability for double-stranded DNA to form a loop. We utilize a Monte Carlo algorithm for gen … - Bias reduction in the estimation of mutual information

Author(s): Jie Zhu, Jean-Jacques Bellanger, Huazhong Shu, Chunfeng Yang, and Régine Le Bouquin JeannèsThis paper deals with the control of bias estimation when estimating mutual information from a non … - Simple measurement of the apparent viscosity of a cell from only one picture: Application to cardiac stem cells

Author(s): G. R. Plaza, N. Marí, B. G. Gálvez, A. Bernal, G. V. Guinea, R. Daza, J. Pérez-Rigueiro, C. Solanas, and M. ElicesMechanical deformability of cells is a key property that influences their a … - Breakout character of islet amyloid polypeptide hydrophobic mutations at the onset of type-2 diabetes

Author(s): Rafael B. FrigoriToxic fibrillar aggregates of islet amyloid polypeptide (IAPP) appear as the physical outcome of a peptidic phase transition signaling the onset of type-2 diabetes mellitus … - Giant components in directed multiplex networks

Author(s): N. Azimi-Tafreshi, S. N. Dorogovtsev, and J. F. F. MendesWe describe the complex global structure of giant components in directed multiplex networks that generalizes the well-known bow-tie … - Multilayer weighted social network model

Author(s): Yohsuke Murase, János Török, Hang-Hyun Jo, Kimmo Kaski, and János KertészRecent empirical studies using large-scale data sets have validated the Granovetter hypothesis on the structure of t … - Nonconsensus opinion model on directed networks

Author(s): Bo Qu, Qian Li, Shlomo Havlin, H. Eugene Stanley, and Huijuan WangDynamic social opinion models have been widely studied on undirected networks, and most of them are based on spin interacti … - Growing networks with superjoiners

Author(s): Ameerah Jabr-Hamdan, Jie Sun, and Daniel ben-AvrahamWe study the Krapivsky-Redner (KR) network growth model, but where new nodes can connect to any number of existing nodes, m, picked from … - Origin of the computational hardness for learning with binary synapses

Author(s): Haiping Huang and Yoshiyuki KabashimaThrough supervised learning in a binary perceptron one is able to classify an extensive number of random patterns by a proper assignment of binary synap … - Traveling waves and global oscillations triggered by attractive molecular interactions in an excitable system

Author(s): Karin John, Sergio Alonso, and Markus BärDuring pattern formation in spatially extended systems, different mechanisms with different characteristic length scales, e.g., reaction-diffusion p … - Self-sustained pulsations in a quantum-dot laser

Author(s): E. A. Viktorov and T. ErneuxWe analyze a delay differential equation for the amplitude of the electrical field in order to understand recent experimental observations of low-frequency oscil … - Donor-acceptor electron transport mediated by solitons

Author(s): L. S. Brizhik, B. M. A. G. Piette, and W. J. ZakrzewskiWe study the long-range electron and energy transfer mediated by solitons in a quasi-one-dimensional molecular chain (conjugated polym … - Control of flow around a circular cylinder for minimizing energy dissipation

Author(s): Hiroshi Naito and Koji FukagataControl of flow around a circular cylinder is studied numerically aiming at minimization of the energy dissipation. First, we derive a mathematical relationsh … - Gravity-driven instability of a thin liquid film underneath a soft solid

Author(s): S. H. Lee, K. L. Maki, D. Flath, S. J. Weinstein, C. Kealey, W. Li, C. Talbot, and S. KumarThe gravity-driven instability of a thin liquid film located underneath a soft solid material is c … - Connecting the wakefield instabilities in dusty plasmas

Author(s): André MelzerThe wakefield, or ion focus, formed by ions streaming past dust particles trapped in the plasma sheath leads to two types of instabilities: the Schweigert instability in multila … - Controlling symmetry-breaking states by a hidden quantity in multiplicative noise

Author(s): Ying Tang, Ruoshi Yuan, Jianhong Chen, and Ping AoThe inhomogeneity of multiplicative white noise leads to various coupling modes between deterministic and stochastic forces. We investigate … - Ground-state structures in Ising magnets on the Shastry-Sutherland lattice with long-range interactions and fractional magnetization plateaus in TmB4

Author(s): Yu. I. DublenychA method for the study of the ground states of lattice-gas models or equivalent spin models with extended-range interactions is proposed. It is shown that effect of longer-r … - Noise-benefit forbidden-interval theorems for threshold signal detectors based on cross correlations

Author(s): Sanya Mitaim and Bart KoskoWe show that the main forbidden interval theorems of stochastic resonance hold for a correlation performance measure. Earlier theorems held only for performance m … - General achievable bound of extractable work under feedback control

Author(s): Yuto Ashida, Ken Funo, Yûto Murashita, and Masahito UedaA general achievable upper bound of extractable work under feedback control is given, where nonequilibrium equalities are generalized … - Universal free-energy distribution in the critical point of a random Ising ferromagnet

Author(s): Victor Dotsenko and Yurij HolovatchWe discuss the non-self-averaging phenomena in the critical point of weakly disordered Ising ferromagnet. In terms of the renormalized replica Ginzburg-La … - Temperature gradients in equilibrium: Small microcanonical systems in an external field

Author(s): Alberto Salazar, Hernán Larralde, and François LeyvrazThis work studies the statistical mechanical properties of a small gaseous system in a constant external field. The authors find that i … - Multiplicative jump processes and applications to leaching of salt and contaminants in the soil

Author(s): Yair Mau, Xue Feng, and Amilcare PorporatoWe consider simple systems driven multiplicatively by white shot noise, which appear in the modeling of the dynamics of soil nutrients and contamin … - Rheological properties of a vesicle suspension

Author(s): M. Guedda, M. Benlahsen, and C. MisbahThe rheological behavior of a dilute suspension of vesicles in linear shear flow at a finite concentration is analytically examined. In the quasispheri … - Crowding-based rheological model for suspensions of rigid bimodal-sized particles with interfering size ratios

Author(s): Salah Aldin Faroughi and Christian HuberWe present a crowding-based model to predict the shear viscosity of suspensions of rigid bimodal-sized particles. In this model, the mutual crowding … - Theoretical calculation of the melting curve of Cu-Zr binary alloys

Author(s): K. G. S. H. Gunawardana, S. R. Wilson, M. I. Mendelev, and Xueyu SongHelmholtz free energies of the dominant binary crystalline solids found in the Cu-Zr system at high temperatures close t … - Creating arbitrary arrays of two-dimensional topological defects

Author(s): Bryce S. Murray, Robert A. Pelcovits, and Charles RosenblattAn atomic force microscope was used to scribe a polyimide-coated substrate with complex patterns that serve as an alignment templ … - Voltage dependence of Hodgkin-Huxley rate functions for a multistage K+ channel voltage sensor within a membrane

Author(s): S. R. VaccaroThe activation of a K+ channel sensor in two sequential stages during a voltage clamp may be described as the translocation of a Brownian particle in an energy landscape with t … - Multicomponent long-wave–short-wave resonance interaction system: Bright solitons, energy-sharing collisions, and resonant solitons

Author(s): K. Sakkaravarthi, T. Kanna, M. Vijayajayanthi, and M. LakshmananWe consider a general multicomponent (2+1)-dimensional long-wave–short-wave resonance interaction (LSRI) system with arbitrar … - Analytical asymptotic velocities in linear Richtmyer-Meshkov-like flows

Author(s): F. Cobos Campos and J. G. WouchukAn analytical model to study the perturbation flow that evolves between a rippled piston and a shock is presented. Two boundary conditions are considered: r … - Dielectric function of dense plasmas, their stopping power, and sum rules

Author(s): Yu. V. Arkhipov, A. B. Ashikbayeva, A. Askaruly, A. E. Davletov, and I. M. TkachenkoMathematical, particularly, asymptotic properties of the random-phase approximation, Mermin approximation … - Predicting the enhancement of mixing-driven reactions in nonuniform flows using measures of flow topology

Author(s): Nicholas B. Engdahl, David A. Benson, and Diogo BolsterThe ability for reactive constituents to mix is often the key limiting factor for the completion of reactions across a huge range of s … - From explosive to infinite-order transitions on a hyperbolic network

Author(s): Vijay Singh, C. T. Brunson, and Stefan BoettcherWe analyze the phase transitions that emerge from the recursive design of certain hyperbolic networks that includes, for instance, a disconti … - Characterization of maximally random jammed sphere packings: Voronoi correlation functions

Author(s): Michael A. Klatt and Salvatore TorquatoWe characterize the structure of maximally random jammed (MRJ) sphere packings by computing the Minkowski functionals (volume, surface area, and integ … - Mechanical properties and plasticity of a model glass loaded under stress control

Author(s): Vladimir Dailidonis, Valery Ilyin, Pankaj Mishra, and Itamar ProcacciaMuch of the progress achieved in understanding plasticity and failure in amorphous solids had been achieved using exper … - Bubbly vertex dynamics: A dynamical and geometrical model for epithelial tissues with curved cell shapes

Author(s): Yukitaka Ishimoto and Yoshihiro MorishitaIn order to describe two-dimensionally packed cells in epithelial tissues both mathematically and physically, there have been developed several sort … - Mixed Poisson distributions in exact solutions of stochastic autoregulation models

Author(s): Srividya Iyer-Biswas and C. JayaprakashIn this paper we study the interplay between stochastic gene expression and system design using simple stochastic models of autoactivation and autoinh … - Variational solution of Poisson's equation using plane waves in adaptive coordinates

Author(s): José M. Pérez-JordáA procedure for solving Poisson's equation using plane waves in adaptive coordinates (u) is described. The method, based on Gygi's work, writes a trial potentia … - Scaling and correlation of human movements in cyberspace and physical space

Author(s): Zhi-Dan Zhao, Zi-Gang Huang, Liang Huang, Huan Liu, and Ying-Cheng LaiUnderstanding the dynamics of human movements is key to issues of significant current interest such as behavioral predi … - Quantum Szilard engines with arbitrary spin

Author(s): Zekun Zhuang and Shi-Dong LiangThe quantum Szilard engine (QSZE) is a conceptual quantum engine for understanding the fundamental physics of quantum thermodynamics and information physics. … - Universality classes in Coulomb blockade conductance peak-height statistics

Author(s): Dayasindhu Dey and Pragya ShuklaWe investigate, using exact diagonalization techniques, the distribution of conductance peak heights in Coulomb blockade regime of a quantum dot connected to … - Acceleration and localization of subcritical crack growth in a natural composite material

Author(s): S. Lennartz-Sassinek, I. G. Main, M. Zaiser, and C. C. GrahamCatastrophic failure of natural and engineered materials is often preceded by an acceleration and localization of damage that ca … - Cyclization kinetics of Gaussian semiflexible polymer chains

Author(s): T. Guérin, M. Dolgushev, O. Bénichou, R. Voituriez, and A. BlumenWe consider the dynamics and the cyclization kinetics of Gaussian semiflexible chains, in which the interaction potential te … - Noise-enhanced nonlinear response and the role of modular structure for signal detection in neuronal networks

Author(s): M. A. Lopes, K.-E. Lee, A. V. Goltsev, and J. F. F. MendesWe show that sensory noise can enhance the nonlinear response of neuronal networks, and when delivered together with a weak signal, … - Rupture of lipid vesicles near solid surfaces

Author(s): Annamária Takáts-Nyeste and Imre DerényiThe behavior of lipid vesicles near solid surfaces, despite its scientific and technological significance, is poorly understood. By simultaneously ta … - Supramolecular x-ray signature of susceptibility amplification in hydrogen-bonded liquids

Author(s): S. P. Bierwirth, T. Büning, C. Gainaru, C. Sternemann, M. Tolan, and R. BöhmerMixing two nonconducting hydrogen-bonded liquids, each exhibiting a low dielectric relaxation strength, can res … - Localization and centrality in networks

Author(s): Travis Martin, Xiao Zhang, and M. E. J. NewmanEigenvector centrality is a common measure of the importance of nodes in a network. Here we show that under common conditions the eigenvector c … - Model-free quantification of time-series predictability

Author(s): Joshua Garland, Ryan James, and Elizabeth BradleyThis paper provides insight into when, why, and how forecast strategies fail when they are applied to complicated time series. We conjecture … - Autocorrelation properties of chaotic delay dynamical systems: A study on semiconductor lasers

Author(s): Xavier Porte, Otti D'Huys, Thomas Jüngling, Daniel Brunner, Miguel C. Soriano, and Ingo FischerWe present a detailed experimental characterization of the autocorrelation properties of … - Changes in pore geometry and relative permeability caused by carbonate precipitation in porous media

Author(s): Fei Jiang and Takeshi TsujiThe CO2 behavior within the reservoirs of carbon capture and storage projects is usually predicted from large-scale simulations of the reservoir. A key parameter … - Minimal model of transcriptional elongation processes with pauses

Author(s): Jingkui Wang, Benjamin Pfeuty, Quentin Thommen, M. Carmen Romano, and Marc LefrancFundamental biological processes such as transcription and translation, where a genetic sequence is sequent … - Annealed Ising model with site dilution on self-similar structures

Author(s): V. S. T. Silva, R. F. S. Andrade, and S. R. SalinasWe consider an Ising model on the triangular Apollonian network (AN), with a thermalized distribution of vacant sites. The statistical pro … - Generic transport coefficients of a confined electrolyte solution

Author(s): Hiroaki Yoshida, Hideyuki Mizuno, Tomoyuki Kinjo, Hitoshi Washizu, and Jean-Louis BarratPhysical parameters characterizing electrokinetic transport in a confined electrolyte solution are re … - Signatures of Lévy flights with annealed disorder

Author(s): Q. Baudouin, R. Pierrat, A. Eloy, E. J. Nunes-Pereira, P.-A. Cuniasse, N. Mercadier, and R. KaiserWe present theoretical and experimental results of Lévy flights of light originating from a … - Critical decay exponent of the pair contact process with diffusion

Author(s): Su-Chan Park (박수찬)We investigate the one-dimensional pair contact process with diffusion (PCPD) by extensive Monte Carlo simulations, mainly focusing on the critical density decay exponent … - Work fluctuations for a Brownian particle driven by a correlated external random force

Author(s): Arnab Pal and Sanjib SabhapanditWe have considered the underdamped motion of a Brownian particle in the presence of a correlated external random force. The force is modeled by an Ornstein-U … - Cavity approach for modeling and fitting polymer stretching

Author(s): Francesco Alessandro Massucci, Isaac Pérez Castillo, and Conrad J. Pérez VicenteThe mechanical properties of molecules are today captured by single molecule manipulation experiments, so tha … - Impact of constrained rewiring on network structure and node dynamics

Author(s): P. Rattana, L. Berthouze, and I. Z. KissIn this paper, we study an adaptive spatial network. We consider a susceptible-infected-susceptible (SIS) epidemic on the network, with a link or con … - Dielectric square resonator investigated with microwave experiments

Author(s): S. Bittner, E. Bogomolny, B. Dietz, M. Miski-Oglu, and A. RichterWe present a detailed experimental study of the symmetry properties and the momentum space representation of the field distr …