Microtubule-based Active Matter: Controlling Microscopic Properties and Characterizing Instabilities

Pooja Chandrakar
Active matter are internally driven non-equilibrium systems, which are made of energy consuming motile entities. They exhibit long-range self-organization phenomena such as pattern formation, collective motion and spontaneous flows. Understanding the physical principles governing these phenomena are of both fundamental and practical interest. They offer promise of improving the fundamental knowledge of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics while also providing a platform for creating novel, programmable synthetic materials with life-like properties. Studying active matter systems is difficult...
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