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Schmidt - Sophie Hermann

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Sophie Hermann, MSc
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Email: Sophie.Hermann@uni-bayreuth.de
Theoretische Physik II, Universität Bayreuth, Germany
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Twitter: @_SophieHermann


Research interests
Active particles, statistical mechanics, exact sum rules.

News. Details about our use of Noether's Theorem can be found on this webpage and in this press release.


Publications

Force balance in thermal quantum many-body systems from Noether's theorem
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, submitted, arxiv, pdf.

Variance of fluctuations from Noether invariance
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, Commun. Phys. (submitted). arxiv, pdf

Force density functional theory in- and out-of-equilibrium
Salomée Tschopp, Florian Sammüller, Sophie Hermann, Matthias Schmidt, and Joseph M. Brader, Phys. Rev. E (to appear). pdf, arxiv.

Why Noether's Theorem applies to Statistical Mechanics
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 34, 213001 (2022) (invited Topical Review). doi, pdf, arxiv, Noether rules.

Noether's Theorem in Statistical Mechanics
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, Commun. Phys. 4, 176 (2021). pdf, doi, arxiv, Noether rules, press release.

Phase separation of active Brownian particles in two dimensions: Anything for a quiet life
Sophie Hermann, Daniel de las Heras, and Matthias Schmidt, Mol. Phys. e1902585 (2021); Gerhard Findenegg Memorial Issue. pdf, doi, arxiv.

Active interface polarization as a state function
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, Phys. Rev. Research 2, 022003(R) (2020). pdf, doi, arxiv.

Non-negative interfacial tension in phase-separated active Brownian particles
Sophie Hermann, Daniel de las Heras and Matthias Schmidt, Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 268002 (2019). arxiv, pdf, doi.

Phase coexistence of active Brownian particles
Sophie Hermann, Philip Krinninger, Daniel de las Heras and Matthias Schmidt, Phys. Rev. E 100, 052604 (2019). arxiv, pdf, doi.

Active ideal sedimentation: Exact two-dimensional steady states
Sophie Hermann and Matthias Schmidt, Soft Matter 14, 1614 (2018). arxiv, pdf, doi.


Talks

2018 - Tübingen (12.09): 6th DFT-Days - Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles - 20+5 min
2019 - Utrecht (09.04): theory and simulation (T&S) meeting (invited) - Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles: Anything for a quiet life - 45+15 min
2020 - Tübingen (21.09): 8th DFT-Days - Noether's theorem in statistical mechanics [online] - 25+5 min
2021 - Glasgow (07.04): BMC-BAMC, Minisymposium: Mathematical aspects of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics - Non-negative interfacial tension in phase-separated active Brownian particles (invited talk) [online] - 20 min
2021 - Prag (22.07): 11th Liquid Matter Conference - Non-negative interfacial tension in phase-separated active Brownian Particles [online] - 15+5 min
2021 - Stuttgart (28.10): Group Meeting at MPI - Noether's theorem in Statistical Mechanics [online] - 45+15 min
2022 - Paris (04.07): New frontiers in liquid matter - Noether's theorem in statistical mechanics - 17+3 min


Lightning Talks

2019 - Freiburg: DFT school - Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles)
2021 - Amsterdam: Molecular Simulation Course - Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles
2021 - Edinburgh: New directions in classical density functional theory - Theory of active crystallization


Posters

2018 - Mainz: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v1]
2019 - Freiburg: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v1]
2019 - Edinburgh: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v2]
2019 - Tübingen: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v2]
2019 - München: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v2]
2020 - Bonn: Non-negative interfacial tension in phase-separated active Brownian particles [online]
2021 - Amsterdam: Phase coexistence in active Brownian particles [v3] [online]
2021 - Prag: Noether's theorem in statistical mechanics [online]

Visits

2019 - Utrecht (08.04 - 10.04)
2021 - Fribourg (01.11 - 15.12)


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