Nonequilibrium relaxation in Coulomb glasses and near the metal-insulator transition - Lecture 2

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Nonequilibrium relaxation in Coulomb glasses and near the metal-insulator transition
Lecture II: Studies of the electron dynamics near the 2D MIT: Relaxations of conductivity
- 2D electron --system in Si: temperature dependence of conductivity
- Relaxations of conductivity after a rapid change of density
- Relaxations after a waiting time protocol: aging and memory
- Aging across the 2D MIT
Dragana Popovic, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Field theory approach to diffusion-limited reactions : Single-Species Annihilation - Lecture 2

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Field theory approach to diffusion-limited reactions
Lecture 2: Single-Species Annihilation
-Field theoretic renormalization group calculation for A + A ->0 reaction in gory detail.
Ben Vollmayr-Lee, Bucknell University

Stochastic thermodynamics: theory and experiments - Lecture 2

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Stochastic thermodynamics
LECTURE II

Nonequilibrium relaxation in Coulomb glasses and near the metal-insulator transition - Lecture 1

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Nonequilibrium relaxation in Coulomb glasses and near the metal-insulator transition Lecture I: Metal-insulator transition and complexity in electronic systems -Modern technology: synthetic materials, devices -Designing materials: metals vs. insulators -Metal-insulator transition -Coulomb glass -Miscellaneous complex electronic systems -Metal-insulator transition in two dimensions (2D) - general -Practical realizations of 2D systems -Metal-insulator transition (MIT) in 2D

Reaction-diffusion models in one-dimension - Lecture 2

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Lecture 2: Reaction-diffusion models in one-dimension
Daniel ben-Avraham, Clarkson University

Field theory approach to diffusion-limited reactions : Models and Mappings - Lecture 1

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Field theory approach to diffusion-limited reactions
Lecture 1: Models and Mappings
How to turn stochastic particle models into a field theory, with no phenomenology.
Ben Vollmayr-Lee, Bucknell University

Reaction-diffusion models in one-dimension - Lecture 1

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Lecture 1: Reaction-diffusion models in one-dimension
Daniel ben-Avraham, Clarkson University

Stochastic thermodynamics: theory and experiments - Lecture 1

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Stochastic thermodynamics
LECTURE I

Classic models in nonequilibrium statistical physics - Lecture 4

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Lecture 4: Classic models in nonequilibrium statistical physics
Sid Redner, Boston University

Lecture 4: Active and Driven Soft Matter - Hydrodynamics of Bacterial Suspensions

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Lecture 4: Active and Driven Soft Matter - Hydrodynamics of Bacterial
Suspensions
1.Short-range interactions due to cluster of motor proteins crosslinking cytoskeletal filaments ? relevant to
cell cytoskeleton and cytoskeletal extracts
2.Fluid-mediated hydrodynamic interactions ? relevant
to bacterial suspensions.

Cristina Marchetti, Syracuse University