## 56 Citations

Violation of the Second Fluctuation-dissipation Relation and Entropy Production in Nonequilibrium Medium

- Physics, EconomicsJournal of Statistical Physics
- 2022

We investigate a class of nonequilibrium media described by Langevin dynamics that satisﬁes the local detailed balance. For the eﬀective dynamics of a probe immersed in the medium, we derive an…

Time irreversibility in active matter, from micro to macro

- PhysicsNature Reviews Physics
- 2022

Active matter encompasses systems whose individual consituents dissipate energy to exert propelling forces on their environment. This rapidly developing field harbors a dynamical phenomenology with…

Ubiquitous Dynamical Time Asymmetry in Measurements on Materials and Biological Systems

- Physics
- 2021

Many measurements on soft condensed matter (e.g., biological and materials) systems track lowdimensional observables projected from the full system phase space as a function of time. Examples are…

Time-Symmetric Current and Its Fluctuation Response Relation around Nonequilibrium Stalling Stationary State.

- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 2022

We propose a time-symmetric counterpart of the current in stochastic thermodynamics named the time-symmetric current. This quantity is defined with empirical measures and thus is symmetric under time…

Dynamics and large deviation transitions of the XOR-Fredrickson-Andersen kinetically constrained model.

- PhysicsPhysical review. E
- 2020

The dynamics of the XOR-FA model, a one-dimensional classical stochastic kinetically constrained model inspired by Rydberg atoms in their "facilitated" regime, are described, including its relation to simple exclusion processes in its domain wall representation.

Faster Uphill Relaxation in Thermodynamically Equidistant Temperature Quenches.

- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 2020

It is proved that near stable minima and for all quadratic energy landscapes it is a general phenomenon that also exists in a class of non-Markovian observables probed in single-molecule and particle-tracking experiments and may be relevant for the optimization of stochastic heat engines.

Energetics of critical oscillators in active bacterial baths

- Physics
- 2020

We investigate the nonequilibrium energetics near a critical point of a non-linear oscillator immersed in an active bacterial bath. At the critical point, we reveal a scaling exponent of the average…

Thermodynamic Unification of Optimal Transport: Thermodynamic Uncertainty Relation, Minimum Dissipation, and Thermodynamic Speed Limits

- Physics
- 2022

Thermodynamics serves as a universal means for studying physical systems from an energy per-spective. In recent years, with the establishment of the ﬁeld of stochastic and quantum thermodynamics, the…

Thermodynamics of Precision in Markovian Open Quantum Dynamics

- PhysicsPhysical Review Letters
- 2022

The thermodynamic and kinetic uncertainty relations indicate trade-offs between the relative fluctuation of observables and thermodynamic quantities such as dissipation and dynamical activity.…

Geometrical Bounds of the Irreversibility in Markovian Systems.

- Computer SciencePhysical review letters
- 2021

Using information geometry, it is proved that irreversible entropy production is bounded from below by a modified Wasserstein distance between the initial and final states, thus strengthening the Clausius inequality in the reversible-Markov case.

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The unique fluctuation–dissipation theorem for equilibrium stands in contrast with the wide variety of nonequilibrium linear response formulae. Their most traditional approach is ‘analytic’, which,…

Canonical structure of dynamical fluctuations in mesoscopic nonequilibrium steady states

- Physics
- 2008

We give the explicit structure of the functional governing the dynamical density and current fluctuations for a mesoscopic system in a nonequilibrium steady state. Its canonical form determines a…

Frenetic origin of negative differential response.

- PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
- 2013

A unifying framework for a negative differential response in terms of the frenetic contribution in the nonequilibrium formula is given, which corresponds to a negative dependence of the escape rates and reactivities on the driving forces.

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- Physics
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- Physics
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Frenetic Bounds on the Entropy Production.

- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 2017

We give a systematic derivation of positive lower bounds for the expected entropy production (EP) rate in classical statistical mechanical systems obeying a dynamical large deviation principle. The…

On and beyond entropy production: the case of Markov jump processes

- Physics
- 2007

How is it that entropy derivatives almost in their own are characterizing the state of a system close to equilibrium, and what happens further away from it? We explain within the framework of Markov…

A meaningful expansion around detailed balance

- Physics
- 2011

We consider Markovian dynamics modelling open mesoscopic systems which are driven away from detailed balance by a nonconservative force. A systematic expansion is obtained of the stationary…

Monotonicity of the dynamical activity

- Physics
- 2011

The Donsker–Varadhan rate function for occupation-time fluctuations has been seen numerically to exhibit monotone return to stationary non-equilibrium (Maes et al 2011 Phys. Rev. Lett. 107 010601).…

On the Second Fluctuation–Dissipation Theorem for Nonequilibrium Baths

- Physics
- 2014

Baths produce friction and random forcing on particles suspended in them. The relation between noise and friction in (generalized) Langevin equations is usually referred to as the second…