Many-Body Physics & Biology Group

Dervis Can Vural, Assistant Professor. Physics Department, University of Notre Dame. Email: dvural@nd.edu, Tel: 617-401-5659, Room: 384g

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DerviĊŸ Can Vural, PI

Our group solves problems involving complex networks, population dynamics and evolution, disordered  materials, statistical mechanics, inverse problems, reliability theory, swarms and active matter. Visit us. We've got a blackboard, cashews and espresso.
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Nathaniel Rupprecht

I currently study non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and active matter systems. Other interests include condensed matter theory, quantum field theory, stochastic systems, differential geometry, and machine learning.
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Vu Nguyen

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Gary Uppal
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Giuseppe Forte (Website)

Studied theoretical physics at the Sapienza University of Rome and moved to the Okinawa institute of science and technology for his postdoc. His work mainly focuses on the emergence of anomalous diffusive behaviors and non equilibrium fluctuation-dissipation relations in complex systems. He aims to develop theoretical methods borrowed from statistical mechanics and dynamical systems as a unifying tool for describing biophysical systems among different time and length scales
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