Research articles  Researcher ID: B-8407-2008

  1. 29. Deformation and flow of amorphous solids: a review of mesoscale elastoplastic models
    Alexandre Nicolas, Ezequiel E. Ferrero, Kirsten Martens and Jean-Louis Barrat
    submitted (2017)
    arXiv:1708.09194

  2. 28. Plastic avalanches in the so-called elastic regime of metallic glasses
    Alexandra E. Lagogianni, Chen Liu, Kirsten Martens and Konrad Samwer
    submitted (2017)

  3. 27. Mean-field scenario for the athermal creep dynamics of yield stress fluids
    Chen Liu, Kirsten Martens and Jean-Louis Barrat
    accepted for publication in PRL (2018)
    arXiv:1705.06912

  4. 26. Nontrivial rheological exponents in sheared yield stress fluids
    Elisabeth Agoritsas and Kirsten Martens
    Soft Matter, 13, 4653 (2017)
    arXiv:1602.03484

  5. 25. Non-linear rheology in a model biological tissue
    Daniel A. Matoz-Fernandez, Elisabeth Agoritsas, Jean-Louis Barrat, Eric Bertin and Kirsten Martens
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 158105 (2017)
    Editors' suggestion
    arXiv:1611.05282

  6. 24. Cell division and death inhibit glassy behaviour of confluent tissues
    Daniel A. Matoz-Fernandez, Kirsten Martens, Rastko Sknepnek, Jean-Louis Barrat and Silke Henkes
    Soft Matter 13, 3205 (2017)
    arXiv:1610.09340

  7. 23. Driving rate dependence of avalanche statistics and shapes at the yielding transition
    Chen Liu, Ezequiel Ferrero, Francesco Puosi, Jean-Louis Barrat and Kirsten Martens
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 065501 (2016)
    arXiv:1506.08161

  8. 22. Probing relevant ingredients in mean-field approaches for the athermal rheology of yield stress materials
    Francesco Puosi, Julien Olivier and Kirsten Martens
    Soft Matter 11, 7639 (2015)
    arXiv:1501.04574

  9. 21. On the relevance of disorder in athermal amorphous materials under shear
    Elisabeth Agoritsas, Eric Bertin, Kirsten Martens and Jean-Louis Barrat
    Eur. Phys. J. E, 38 71 (2015)
    arXiv:1501.04515

  10. 20. Large scale parallelized 3d mesoscopic simulations of the mechanical response to shear in disordered media
    Luca Marradi, Dimitris Dellis and Kirsten Martens
    PRACE White Paper (2015)

  11. 19. Relaxation in yield stress systems through elastically interacting activated events
    Ezequiel Ferrero, Kirsten Martens and Jean-Louis Barrat
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 248301 (2014)
    arXiv:1407.8014 and pdf

  12. 18. Rheology of athermal solids: Revisiting simplified scenarios and the concept of mechanical noise temperature
    Alexandre Nicolas, Kirsten Martens and Jean-Louis Barrat
    EPL 107, 44003 (2014)
    arXiv:1401.6340 and pdf

  13. 17. Universal and non-universal features in coarse-grained models of flow in disordered solids
    Alexandre Nicolas, Kirsten Martens, Lydéric Bocquet and Jean-Louis Barrat
    Soft Matter, 10, 4648 (2014)
    arXiv:1402.4655 and pdf

  14. 16. Domain wall roughness in stripe phase BiFeO3 thin films
    Benedikt Ziegler, Kirsten Martens, Thierry Giamarchi and Patrycja Paruch
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 247604 (2013)
    arXiv:1402.3919 and pdf

  15. 15. Probability distributions for the run-and-tumble bacterial dynamics: An analogy to the Lorentz model
    Kirsten Martens, Luca Angelani, Lydéric Bocquet, Roberto Di Leonardo
    Eur. Phys. J. E 35, 84 (2012)
    pdf

  16. 14. Nonlinear wavelength selection in surface facetting under electromigration
    Fatima Barakat, Kirsten Martens, Olivier Pierre-Louis
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 056101 (2012)
    arXiv:1203.5982 and pdf

  17. 13. Spontaneous formation of permanent shear bands in a mesoscopic model of flowing disordered matter
    Kirsten Martens, Lydéric Bocquet, Jean-Louis Barrat
    Soft Matter, 8 (15), 4197 (2012)
    arXiv:1111.0581 and pdf

  18. 12. Influence of flux balance on the generalized chemical potential in mass transport models
    Kirsten Martens, Eric Bertin
    J. Stat. Mech. P09012 (2011)
    arXiv:1106.5652 and pdf

  19. 11. Connecting diffusion and dynamical heterogeneities in actively deformed amorphous systems
    Kirsten Martens, Lydéric Bocquet, Jean-Louis Barrat
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 156001 (2011)
    arXiv:1101.3641 and pdf

  20. 10. Entropy-based characterizations of the observable-dependence of fluctuation-dissipation temperatures
    Kirsten Martens, Eric Bertin, Michel Droz
    Phys. Rev. E 81, 061107 (2010)
    arXiv:1003.2585 and pdf

  21. 9. Dependence of the Fluctuation-Dissipation Temperature on the Choice of Observable
    Kirsten Martens, Eric Bertin, Michel Droz
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 260602 (2009)
    arXiv:0906.3482 and pdf

  22. 8. Width of reaction zones in A+B->C type reaction-diffusion processes: Effects of an electric current
    Kirsten Martens, Michel Droz, Zoltan Racz
    J. Chem. Phys. 130, 234506 (2009)
    arXiv:0903.2706 and pdf

  23. 7. Encoding information into precipitation patterns
    Kirsten Martens, Ioana Bena, Michel Droz, Zoltan Racz
    J. Stat. Mech. P12003 (2008)
    arXiv:0903.2706 and pdf

  24. 6. Designed Patterns: Flexible Control of Precipitation through Electric Currents
    Ioana Bena, Michel Droz, Istvan Lagzi, Kirsten Martens, Zoltan Racz, Andras Volford
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 075701 (2008)
    arXiv:0802.2690v1 and pdf

  25. 5. Guiding fields for phase separation: Controlling Liesegang patterns
    Tibor Antal, Ioana Bena, Michel Droz, Kirsten Martens, Zoltan Racz
    Phys. Rev. E 76, 046203 (2007)
    arXiv:0706.0687v1 and pdf

  26. 4. Intensive thermodynamic parameters in nonequilibrium systems
    Eric Bertin, Kirsten Martens, Olivier Dauchot, Michel Droz,
    Phys. Rev. E 75, 031120 (2007)
    arXiv:cond-mat/0611681v2 and pdf

  27. 3. Reaction-diffusion fronts with inhomogeneous initial conditions
    Ioana Bena, Michel Droz, Kirsten Martens, Zoltan Racz,
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19, 065103 (2007)
    arXiv:cond-mat/0607272v1 and pdf

  28. 2. Magnetic Reversal in Nanoscopic Ferromagnetic Rings
    Kirsten Martens, Daniel L. Stein, Andrew D. Kent,
    Phys. Rev. B 73, 054413 (2006)
    arXiv:cond-mat/0410561v2 and pdf

  29. 1. Thermally Induced Magnetic Switching in Thin Ferromagnetic Annuli
    Kirsten Martens, Daniel L. Stein, Andrew D. Kent,
    in Noise in Complex Systems and Stochastic Dynamics III,
    L.B. Kish, K. Lindenberg, and Z. Gingl
    (SPIE Proceedings Series, v. 5845, 2005), pp. 1--11.


Nontechnical descriptions and Poster (pdf)

  1. 4. Connecting Diffusion and Dynamical Heterogeneities in Actively Deformed Amorphous Systems
    Dublin, Cecam workshop on MultiScale Modelling of Amorphous Materials (2011)

  2. 3. A New Idea for Pattern Design
    Nontechnical description (2009)

  3. 2. The Use of Intensive Thermodynamic Parameters (ITPs) in Non-Equilibrium Systems
    Torino, Seminaire Transalpin (2007)

  4. 1. Guiding Fields for Phase Separation: Controlling Liesegang patterns
    Genova, Statphys 23 (2007)


PhD Thesis (pdf)

Investigation of Non-Equilibrium Systems:
Validity of Generalized Equilibrium Concepts and Control of Precipitation Patterns


Defense (mov)

Investigation of Non-Equilibrium Systems:
Validity of Generalized Equilibrium Concepts and Control of Precipitation Patterns


Master Thesis in German (pdf)

Magnetisierungsumkehr in dünnen ferromagnetischen Ringen



Kirsten Martens

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