Modeling of Soft Matter - The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications 141 by Maria-Carme T. Calderer
This IMA size in mathematics and its applications The soft material placement contains the papers presented in a very successful workshop in the same field. The event, held from September…
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This IMA size in mathematics and its applications The soft material placement contains the papers presented in a very successful workshop in the same field. The event, held from September 27 to October 1, 2004, was an integral part of the Gregorian year 2004-2005 on "Macro Mathematics and Large Molecules: Multiple Metrics, Chaos, and Freddy." Thanks to Maria-Carme T.
Calderer (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) and Eugene M. Terentjev (Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge) for their wonderful role as workshop organizers and action editors.
We take this opportunity to thank the National Science Foundation for its support of IMA. Douglas N.
Arnold, Director IMA Arnd Scheel, Deputy Director IMA PREFACE Soft matterphysics in particular, with emphasis on materials such as complex fluids, liquid crystals, plastics, soft PV fibers, foams, gels and particles is a region of great interest And a contemporary study. Soft matter plays a role in a wide range of important processes and applications, as well as in living systems.
For example, swelling of the gel is an essential part of many biological processes such as mechanisms of movement in the bacteria and the transfer and absorption of drugs. Photovoltaic, liquid crystals and flexible plastics are used in the design of faster switching devices.
The experiences of the past decade have provided a great deal of detailed information on the structure and properties of soft matter.
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