Motility-induced phases: out-of-equilibrium droplets, surfaces, and survival

@inproceedings{Patch2018MotilityinducedPO,
  title={Motility-induced phases: out-of-equilibrium droplets, surfaces, and survival},
  author={Adam Patch},
  year={2018}
}
Active matter represents a unique kind of out-of-equilibrium matter that is endowed with motility, the ability of each individual unit to move according to its own self-propulsion force. Objects of study in active matter include entities like birds and cells, which become particularly interesting at scales larger than the individuals, where we find emergent collective behavior like flocking and morphogenetic self-organization, respectively. One can study both microscopic and macroscopic… CONTINUE READING

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