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CSCS Seminar | Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of Complex Systems

Massimiliano Esposito, University of Luxembourg, Department of Physics and Materials Science
Friday, March 1, 2024
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
747 Weiser Hall Map
This is a special Spring Break - Friday Seminar

Coffee and bagels and snacks will be served. The seminar will be recorded for later viewing.

Abstract: I will demonstrate how recent advancements in nonequilibrium thermodynamics can effectively characterize the energetics of a broad spectrum of complex systems. The methodology involves examining the macroscopic behavior of systems governed by thermodynamically consistent stochastic dynamics, such as chemical reaction networks, nonlinear electric circuits, and Potts models. I will explore the novel fundamental insights derived from this approach, along with its practical applications in analyzing the energetics of phenomena like synchronization, active phase separation, and energy transduction within chemical reaction networks.

[1] G. Falasco and M. Esposito, “Macroscopic Stochastic Thermodynamics”, arXiv:2307.12406.
[2] N. Freitas and M. Esposito, “Emergent second law for non-equilibrium steady states”; arXiv:2109.04906.
[3] J. Meibohm and M. Esposito, “Minimum-dissipation principle for synchronised
stochastic oscillators far from equilibrium”; arXiv:2401.14982.
[4] T. Aslyamov, F. Avanzini, E. Fodor and M. Esposito, "Non-ideal reaction-diffusion systems: Multiple routes to instability", Phys. Rev. Lett. 131, 138301 (2023)
[5] F. Avanzini, N. Freitas and M. Esposito, “Circuit Theory for Chemical Reaction Networks”, Phys. Rev. X 13, 021041 (2023).
Building: Weiser Hall
Event Type: Workshop / Seminar
Tags: Biosciences, Natural Sciences, Research, Stochastic Dynamics
Source: Happening @ Michigan from The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Department of Physics, LSA Biophysics