Browsing by Author "Charbonneau, P"
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Correlation lengths in quasionedimensional systems via transfer matrices
Hu, Y; Fu, L; Charbonneau, P (Molecular Physics, 201806)© 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Using transfer matrices up to nextnearestneighbour interactions, we examine the structural correlations of quasionedimensional systems of hard disks confined ... 
Dynamical heterogeneity and nonlinear susceptibility in supercooled liquids with shortrange attraction
Charbonneau, P; Reichman, DR (Physical Review Letters, 20070924)Recent work has demonstrated the strong qualitative differences between the dynamics near a glass transition driven by shortranged repulsion and one governed by shortranged attraction. Here we study in detail the behavior ... 
Erratum: [N]pT ensemble and finitesizescaling study of the critical isostructural transition in the generalized exponential model of index 4
Zhang, K; Charbonneau, P (Physical Review E  Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 20121205) 
Erratum: Emergence of limitperiodic order in tiling models (Physical Review E  Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2014) 90 (012136))
Marcoux, C; Byington, TW; Qian, Z; Charbonneau, P; Socolar, JES (Physical Review E  Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 20160229) 
Exact theory of dense amorphous hard spheres in high dimension. III. the full replica symmetry breaking solution
Charbonneau, P; Kurchan, J; Parisi, G; Urbani, P; Zamponi, F (Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 20141001)© 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd. In the first part of this paper, we derive the general replica equations that describe infinitedimensional hard spheres at any level of replica symmetry breaking (RSB) and in particular in the ... 
Gassolid coexistence of adhesive spheres
Charbonneau, P; Frenkel, D (Journal of Chemical Physics, 20070528)In this note, the authors investigate whether the gasliquid critical point can remain stable with respect to solidification for narrow attractive interactions down to the Baxter limit. Using a crude cell theory, the authors ... 
Geometrical frustration: a study of fourdimensional hard spheres.
van Meel, JA; Frenkel, D; Charbonneau, P (Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 200903)The smallest maximumkissingnumber Voronoi polyhedron of threedimensional (3D) Euclidean spheres is the icosahedron, and the tetrahedron is the smallest volume that can show up in Delaunay tessellation. No periodic lattice ... 
Glass and Jamming Transitions: From Exact Results to FiniteDimensional Descriptions
Charbonneau, P; Kurchan, J; Parisi, G; Urbani, P; Zamponi, F (20170401)Despite decades of work, gaining a firstprinciple understanding of amorphous materials remains an extremely challenging problem. However, recent theoretical breakthroughs have led to the formulation of an exact solution ... 
Hardsphere crystallization gets rarer with increasing dimension.
van Meel, JA; Charbonneau, B; Fortini, A; Charbonneau, P (Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 200912)We recently found that crystallization of monodisperse hard spheres from the bulk fluid faces a much higher freeenergy barrier in four than in three dimensions at equivalent supersaturation, due to the increased geometrical ... 
Linking dynamical heterogeneity to static amorphous order
Charbonneau, P; Dyer, E; Lee, J; Yaida, S (Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 20160701)© 2016 IOP Publishing Ltd and SISSA Medialab srl. Glassforming liquids grow dramatically sluggish upon cooling. This slowdown has long been thought to be accompanied by a growing correlation length. Characteristic dynamical ... 
Modecoupling theory
Reichman, DR; Charbonneau, P (Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 20050501)In this set of lecture notes we review the modecoupling theory of the glass transition from several perspectives. First, we derive modecoupling equations for the description of density fluctuations from microscopic ... 
Monte Carlo approach for studying microphases applied to the axial nextnearestneighbor Ising and the IsingCoulomb models
Zhang, K; Charbonneau, P (Physical Review B  Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 20110609)The equilibrium phase behavior of microphaseforming systems is notoriously difficult to obtain because of the extended metastability of their modulated phases. In this paper we present a systematic simulation methodology ... 
Numerical and theoretical study of a monodisperse hardsphere glass former.
Charbonneau, P; Ikeda, A; van Meel, JA; Miyazaki, K (Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 201004)There exists a variety of theories of the glass transition and many more numerical models. But because the models need builtin complexity to prevent crystallization, comparisons with theory can be difficult. We study the ... 
Outofequilibrium dynamical fluctuations in glassy systems
Chamon, C; Charbonneau, P; Cugliandolo, LF; Reichman, DR; Sellitto, M (Journal of Chemical Physics, 20041122)In this paper we extend the earlier treatment of outofequilibrium mesoscopic fluctuations in glassy systems in several significant ways. First, via extensive simulations, we demonstrate that models of glassy behavior without ... 
Phase behavior and farfromequilibrium gelation in charged attractive colloids
Charbonneau, P; Reichman, DR (Physical Review E  Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 20070503)In this Rapid Communication we demonstrate the applicability of an augmented Gibbs ensemble Monte Carlo approach for the phase behavior determination of model colloidal systems with shortranged depletion attraction and ... 
Systematic characterization of thermodynamic and dynamical phase behavior in systems with shortranged attraction
Charbonneau, P; Reichman, DR (Physical Review E  Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 20070202)In this paper we demonstrate the feasibility and utility of an augmented version of the Gibbs ensemble Monte Carlo method for computing the phase behavior of systems with strong, extremely shortranged attractions. For generic ... 
The physics of protein selfassembly
McManus, JJ; Charbonneau, P; Zaccarelli, E; Asherie, N (Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science, 20160401)© 2016 The Authors. Understanding protein selfassembly is important for many biological and industrial processes. Proteins can selfassemble into crystals, filaments, gels, and other amorphous aggregates. The final forms ...