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- Sébastien Camalet, Thomas Duke, Frank Jülicher, Jacques Prost
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2000

We introduce the concept of self-tuned criticality as a general mechanism for signal detection in sensory systems. In the case of hearing, we argue that active amplification of faint sounds is provided by a dynamical system that is maintained at the threshold of an oscillatory instability. This concept can account for the exquisite sensitivity of the… (More)

We study the dynamics of an elastic rod-like filament in two dimensions, driven by internally generated forces. This situation is motivated by cilia and flagella which contain an axoneme. These hair-like appendages of many cells are used for swimming and to stir surrounding fluids. Our approach characterizes the general physical mechanisms that govern the… (More)

- Karsten Kruse, Sébastien Camalet, Frank Jülicher
- Physical review letters
- 2001

Bundles of polar filaments which interact via active elements can exhibit complex dynamic behaviors. By using a simple and general description for the bundle dynamics, we find regimes for which density profiles propagate as solitary waves with a characteristic velocity along the bundle. These behaviors emerge from an interplay of local contractions in the… (More)

- Sébastien Camalet, Jörg Lehmann, Sigmund Kohler, Peter Hänggi
- Physical review letters
- 2003

The theory for current fluctuations in ac-driven transport through nanoscale systems is put forward. By use of a generalized, non-Hermitian Floquet theory we derive novel explicit expressions for the time-averaged current and the zero-frequency component of the power spectrum of current fluctuations. A distinct suppression of both the zero-frequency noise… (More)

- Sébastien Camalet, Josef Schriefl, Pascal Degiovanni, François Delduc
- 2007

– We consider a system of two qubits at the ends of a finite length 1D cavity. This problem is mapped onto the double-Kondo model which is also shown to describe the low energy physics of a finite length quantum wire with resonant levels at its ends. At the Toulouse point the ground state energy and the average populations and correlations of the qubits or… (More)

- Sébastien Camalet
- Physical review letters
- 2017

We derive a monogamy inequality for any local quantum resource and entanglement. It results from the fact that there is always a convex measure for a quantum resource, as shown here, and from the relation between entanglement and local entropy. One of its consequences is an entanglement monogamy different from that usually discussed. If the local resource… (More)

We consider a quantum system weakly coupled to a large heat bath of harmonic oscillators. It is well known that such a boson bath initially at thermal equilibrium thermalises the system. We show that assuming a priori an equilibrium state is not necessary to obtain the thermalisation of the system. We determine the complete Schrödinger time evolution of the… (More)

- Sébastien Camalet, R N Chitra
- Physical review letters
- 2007

We study the decoherence of a spin-1/2 induced by an environment which is on the verge of a continuous phase transition. We consider spin environments described by the ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic Heisenberg models on a square lattice. As is well known, these two-dimensional systems undergo a continuous phase transition at zero temperature, where the… (More)

We introduce the concept of self-tuned criticality as a general mechanism for signal detection in sensory systems. In the case of hearing, we argue that active amplification of faint sounds is provided by a dynamical system which is maintained at the threshold of an oscillatory instability. This concept can account for the exquisite sensitivity of the… (More)

- Sébastien Camalet
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2008

The issue of the thermalization of an isolated quantum system is addressed by considering a perfect gas confined by gravity and initially trapped above a certain height. As we are interested in the behavior of truly isolated systems, we assume the gas is in a pure state of macroscopically well-defined energy. We show that, in general, for single-particle… (More)