Results provide a connection between the cytoquake phenomenon and the network’s mechanical energy and can help guide future investigations of the cytoskeleton’s structural susceptibility.
The authors give the first quantum algorithm for dissipative nonlinear differential equations.
Professor Emeritus Thomas J. McIlrath, long time faculty member of the Institute, passed away on December 20, 2020 of complications from Parkinson’s disease.
The book summarizes major developments in kinetic theory over the past fifty years, to which the authors have made important contributions
Nicole Yunger Halpern’s (IPST/ Harvard University) book “Quantum Steampunk: The Physics of Yesterday’s Tomorrow,” is to be published by Johns Hopkins University Press, March 2022
Distinguished University Professor Jan Sengers celebrated his 90th birthday on May 27 with tributes from his many friends and colleagues
Distinguished University Professor Mikhail Anisimov (IPST/Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) will present a paper titled “Thermophysical Properties of Liquids Obtained on the Basis of Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Fluctuations,” J. V. Sengers and M.A. Anisimov.
Tadmor was nominated “...For original, broad, and fundamental contributions to applied and computational mathematics, including conservation laws, kinetics, image processing, and social dynamics.”
“I would like to thank my IPST colleagues, staff and faculty for supporting my leadership this past year and Dean Varshney for his vision for the college,” Trivisa said