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- Pinaki Chaudhuri, Ludovic Berthier, Srikanth Sastry
- Physical review letters
- 2010

We numerically produce fully amorphous assemblies of frictionless spheres in three dimensions and study the jamming transition these packings undergo at large volume fractions. We specify four protocols yielding a critical value for the jamming volume fraction which is sharply defined in the limit of large system size, but is different for each protocol.… (More)

- Ludovic Berthier, Giulio Biroli
- Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science
- 2009

- L Berthier, G Biroli, +5 authors M Pierno
- Science
- 2005

Understanding glass formation is a challenge, because the existence of a true glass state, distinct from liquid and solid, remains elusive: Glasses are liquids that have become too viscous to flow. An old idea, as yet unproven experimentally, is that the dynamics becomes sluggish as the glass transition approaches, because increasingly larger regions of the… (More)

- Pinaki Chaudhuri, Ludovic Berthier, Walter Kob
- Physical review letters
- 2007

We examine the structure of the distribution of single particle displacements (van Hove function) in a broad class of materials close to glass and jamming transitions. In a wide time window comprising structural relaxation, van Hove functions reflect the coexistence of slow and fast particles (dynamic heterogeneity). The tails of the distributions exhibit… (More)

- Ludovic Berthier, Jean-Louis Barrat
- Physical review letters
- 2002

The predictions of a nonequilibrium schematic mode-coupling theory developed to describe the nonlinear rheology of soft glassy materials have been numerically tested in a sheared binary Lennard-Jones mixture. In this Letter, we focus on the existence, behavior, and properties of an effective temperature T(eff) for the slow modes of the fluid, as defined… (More)

- L Berthier, G Biroli, J-P Bouchaud, W Kob, K Miyazaki, D R Reichman
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2007

We study theoretically and numerically a family of multipoint dynamic susceptibilities that quantify the strength and characteristic length scales of dynamic heterogeneities in glass-forming materials. We use general theoretical arguments (fluctuation-dissipation relations and symmetries of relevant dynamical field theories) to relate the sensitivity of… (More)

- L Berthier, L F Cugliandolo, J L Iguain
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2001

We study the dynamics of a glassy model with infinite range interactions externally driven by an oscillatory force. We find a well-defined transition in the (temperature-amplitude-frequency) phase diagram between (i) a "glassy" state characterized by the slow relaxation of one-time quantities, aging in two-time quantities and a modification of the… (More)

– The interplay between self-diffusion and excitation lines in space-time was recently studied in kinetically constrained models to explain the breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein law in supercooled liquids. Here, we further examine this interplay and its manifestation in incoherent scattering functions. In particular, we establish a dynamic length scale below… (More)

- L Berthier, G Biroli, J-P Bouchaud, W Kob, K Miyazaki, D R Reichman
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2007

We study in detail the predictions of various theoretical approaches, in particular, mode-coupling theory (MCT) and kinetically constrained models (KCMs), concerning the time, temperature, and wave vector dependence of multipoint correlation functions that quantify the strength of both induced and spontaneous dynamical fluctuations. We also discuss the… (More)

- J L Barrat, L Berthier
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2001

In a fluid out of equilibrium, the fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT) is usually violated. Using molecular dynamics simulations, we study in detail the relationship between correlation and response functions in a fluid driven into a stationary nonequilibrium state. Both the high temperature fluid state and the low temperature glassy state are… (More)