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- F. Krzakala, M. Mezard, M. Mueller
- 2001

– We characterize the low temperature phase of a simple model for RNA secondary structures by determining the typical energy scale E(l) of excitations involving l bases. At zero temperature, we find a scaling law E(l) ∼ l θ with θ ≈ 0.23, and this same scaling holds at low enough temperatures. Above a critical temperature, there is a different phase… (More)

- Lu Hu, Dylan B. Millet, +11 authors Joost de Gouw
- 2015

We present two full years of continuous C 6 –C 8 aromatic compound measurements by PTR-MS at the KCMP tall tower (Minnesota, US) and employ GEOS-Chem nested grid simulations in a Bayesian inversion to interpret the data in terms of new constraints on US aromatic emissions. Based on the tall tower data, we find that the RETRO inventory (year-2000)… (More)

- M Müller, J P Wittmer, J.-L Barrat
- 2000

– The interplay of topological constraints, excluded volume interactions, persistence length and dynamical entanglement length in solutions and melts of linear chains and ring polymers is investigated by means of kinetic Monte Carlo simulations of a three dimensional lattice model. In unknotted and unconcatenated rings, topological constraints manifest… (More)

- Subir Sachdev, Markus Müller
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 2009

Many condensed matter experiments explore the finite temperature dynamics of systems near quantum critical points. Often, there are no well-defined quasiparticle excitations, and so quantum kinetic equations do not describe the transport properties completely. The theory shows that the transport coefficients are not proportional to a mean free scattering… (More)

- Lluís Masanes, Markus P Müller, Remigiusz Augusiak, David Pérez-García
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2013

Does information play a significant role in the foundations of physics? Information is the abstraction that allows us to refer to the states of systems when we choose to ignore the systems themselves. This is only possible in very particular frameworks, like in classical or quantum theory, or more generally, whenever there exists an information unit such… (More)

Much progress has recently been made (see for example [1, 2]) in understanding the fine-grained thermodynamics and statistical mechanics of microscopic quantum physical systems, using the fundamental idea of thermodynamics as a particular type of resource theory. A resource theory is a theory that governs which state transitions, whether deterministic or… (More)

We present an application of Wertheim's Thermodynamic Perturbation Theory (TPT1) to a simple coarse grained model made of flexibly bonded Lennard-Jones monomers. We use both the Reference Hyper-Netted-Chain (RHNC) and Mean Spherical approximation (MSA) integral equation theories to describe the properties of the reference fluid. The equation of state, the… (More)

- M Müller, J P Wittmer, M E Cates
- 2008

The interplay of topological constraints and persistence length of ring polymers in their own melt is investigated by means of dynamical Monte Carlo simulations of a three dimensional lattice model. We ask if the results are consistent with an asymptotically regime where the rings behave like (compact) lattice animals in a self-consistent network of… (More)

- Markus Müller, Lars Fritz, Subir Sachdev, Jörg Schmalian
- 2008

We study the thermal and electric transport of a fluid of interacting Dirac fermions as they arise in single-layer graphene. We include Coulomb interactions, a dilute density of charged impurities and the presence of a magnetic field to describe both the static and the low frequency response as a function of temperature T and chemical potential µ. In the… (More)

- B J Schulz, K Binder, M Müller, D P Landau
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2003

A simple modification of the "Wang-Landau sampling" algorithm removes the systematic error that occurs at the boundary of the range of energy over which the random walk takes place in the original algorithm.