Turlier, Hervé Betz, Timo
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Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics

Soft-condensed matter physics has provided, in the past decades, many of the relevant concepts and methods allowing successful description of living cells and biological tissues. This recent quantitative physical description of biological systems has profoundly advanced our understanding of life, which is shifting from a descriptive to a predictive...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Becker, Jan

In the present thesis a microhydrodynamic theory for Brownian multi-particle dynamics in an isolated colloidal suspension is developed that takes account of all hydrodynamic degrees of freedom of the solvent in which the rigid particles are suspended, inner structure of the particles (i.e. inhomogenous mass density, thermal properties), their mutua...

Hagmann, Johannnes-Geert Nakagawa, Naoko Peyrard, Michel

Prompted by results that showed that a simple protein model, the frustrated G\=o model, appears to exhibit a transition reminiscent of the protein dynamical transition, we examine the validity of this model to describe the low-temperature properties of proteins. First, we examine equilibrium fluctuations. We calculate its incoherent neutron-scatter...

Hagmann, Johannnes-Geert Nakagawa, Naoko Peyrard, Michel

Prompted by results that showed that a simple protein model, the frustrated G\=o model, appears to exhibit a transition reminiscent of the protein dynamical transition, we examine the validity of this model to describe the low-temperature properties of proteins. First, we examine equilibrium fluctuations. We calculate its incoherent neutron-scatter...