Colloidal particles in non-Markovian fluids far from equilibrium

Clemens Bechinger (U of Konstanz)

Sep 26. 2022, 09:45 — 10:30

In this talk, we present several experiments on the behavior of colloidal particles in viscoelastic baths which exhibit strong memory effects. Opposed to purely viscous, i.e., Markovian systems, our experimental and theoretical results reveal a number of novel phenomena including fastened hopping rates over potential barriers, non-reciprocal and reciprocal eigenmodes during the relaxation after strong shearing and an enhanced rotational diffusion coefficient of self-propelled particles in non-Markovian baths. Because our model does not make use of system-specific properties, we expect that similar results can be also found in a huge number of technical and biological viscoelastic systems.

Further Information
Venue:
ESI Schrödinger and Boltzmann Lecture Hall
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)