Entropy production fluctuations encode collective behavior in active matter

Trevor GrandPre (Princeton U)

Sep 23. 2022, 15:00 — 16:00

In this talk, I will show our lower bound on entropy production fluctuations for interacting active matter. In general, this bound is tight when interparticle correlations are short-ranged. I will show for four different models of active matter that the bound is weak where long-ranged correlations are present near phase transitions. Furthermore, we developed theory to explain the large fluctuations that are related to these phase transitions in active Brownian particles. We also derive control forces to tune dissipation and phase behavior. These results show the connection between dissipation and pattern formation and how to control it.

Further Information
Venue:
ESI Schrödinger and Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Recordings:
Recording
Associated Event:
Large Deviations, Extremes and Anomalous Transport in Non-equilibrium Systems (Thematic Programme)
Organizer(s):
Christoph Dellago (U Vienna)
Satya Majumdar (U Paris Sud, Orsay)
David Mukamel (Weizmann Institute, Rehovot)
Harald Posch (U Vienna)
Gregory Schehr (U Paris Sud, Orsay)