Dominik Lips
(Universität Osnabrück, Germany)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

We present a model of a Brownian asymmetric simple exclusion process (BASEP) with underdamped Brownian Dynamics,
which is an extension on the well-known asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP)
defined on a discrete lattice. In the BASEP, particles of size $\sigma$ with hardcore interaction
are driven by a
constant drag force through a one-dimensional cosine potential with period...

Ms
Dorota Wejer
(University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Institute of Experimental Physics)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Hypertension - a long-term elevation of blood pressure - is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease like coronary artery disease, stroke and kidney failure. The dynamic relationships in cardiovascular system are altered in hypertensive patients but there is a lack of methods providing qualitative and quantitative assessment of these changes. Therefore, the aim of the study is to...

Dr
Jakub Barbasz
(Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Computer aided analysis of microscopic images is a rapidly growing field of imaging research. The results of the preliminary assessment of cervical cytology samples made by artificial intelligence systems will be presented. For this purpose, a u-net network of various complexity of architecture has been tested. The obtained results indicate the effectiveness of the solution based on neural...

Mr
Michal Mandrysz
(Krakow)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

We present results for undamped stochastic oscillators driven by additive noise. For various noise types we study analytically and numerically energetic properties of stochastic systems. In general, action of an additive noise results in pumping of energy into the system through an interesting interplay between kinetic and potential energies which are sensitive to the shape of the potential...

Mr
Pawel Bialas
(Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Silesia)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Models which contain quantum particle coupled to its environment were
analysed many times
over recent years or even decades. This old and seemingly clichéd
system-environment model has been re-considered many, many times by each next
generation of physicists. However, it is still difficult to find a transparent
presentation of this fundamental issue of the quantum statistical physics. ...

Mr
Michal Bogdan
(University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Tracking Brownian particles is often employed to map the energy landscape they explore. Such measurements have been exploited to study many biological processes and interactions in soft materials. Yet video tracking is irremediably contaminated by localization errors originating from two imaging artifacts: the “static” errors come from signal noise, and the “dynamic” errors arise from the...

Dr
Pawel Karbowniczek
(Institute of Physics, Cracow University of Technology)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Bent-core particles, which are of great importance due to their applications in the liquid crystal industry, gain nowadays more and more interest due to the possibility of formation of novel modulated phases. We investigate the adsorption processes leading to the formation of such structures. We present the role of elastic deformations for the maximum packing in systems composed of particles...

Dr
Katarzyna Lewandowska
(Medical University of Gdansk)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Various kinds of diffusion in membrane systems commonly occur in biology (see, for example, \cite{h} and references cited in \cite{k1}). The example of diffusion in a composite system is diffusion of drugs through biofilms in which subdiffusion can be present \cite{awdk}. We consider subdiffusion in a system which consists of two different media separated by a thin membrane. In one of the...

Ms
Katarina Karlova
(P. J. Safarik University)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

The highly frustrated spin-1/2 Heisenberg FM/AF square bilayer in a magnetic field with the ferromagnetic inter-dimer interaction and the antiferromagnetic intra-dimer interaction is explored by the use of localized many-magnon approach, which allows to connect the original purely quantum Heisenberg spin model on a square bilayer with the effective ferromagnetic Ising model on a simple square...

Dr
Jakub Barbasz
(Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

The phenomenon of interfacial adsorption and adhesion can be encountered at every stage of everyday life, from processes at atomic or cellular level to complex industrial processes taking place on a large scale.
Most commonly used models to describe colloidal particles adsorption are classical RSA and ballistic-deposition model. In this study we presented alternative model to describe...

Mr
Piotr Sierant
(Jagiellonian University in Kraków)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

This contribution is based mainly on [1]. Many-body localization for a system of
bosons trapped in a one dimensional lattice is discussed.
Two models that may be realized for cold atoms in optical lattices are considered.
The first one is Bose--Hubbard model with a random on--site potential
$ H = -J \sum_{\langle i,j \rangle} \hat{a}^{+}_i\hat{a}_j + \frac{ U }{2} \sum_i \hat{n}_i...

Dr
Jakub Barbasz
(Instytut Katalizy i Fizyochemii Powierzchni im. Jerzego Habera PAN)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Mica (muscovite) is a substrate commonly used for TEM and AFM imaging because of its atomic flatness, high cleavage and transparency. This aluminosilicate has sheet structure. Crystallographic structure of mica consists of two layers of Si and Al tetrahedrals and one Al octahedral sublayer between them.1,2 Force spectroscopy technique was used to determine physicochemical properties such as...

Mrs
Agata Wawrzkiewicz-Jalowiecka
(Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry)
, Ms
Paulina Trybek
(University of Silesia)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

BK channels are voltage-gated potassium channels that exhibit large single-channel conductance. They are involved in a number of important physiological processes including the pathogenesis of several diseases. In this work, we analyze the multifractal properties of glioblastoma BK channels activity in different experimental conditions. The sequences of ion currents and dwell times of BK...

Ms
Aleksandra Slapik
(University of Silesia)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Dynamics of the systems at the sub-micro level can reveal astounding effects and may often mislead our intuition. However, since fluctuations play a key role at this scale, unexpected physical phenomena that contradict our everyday experience should not be a surprise. In this study we consider one of the anomalous transport effects, namely the directed transport of the particles in the...

Dr
Artem Ryabov
(Charles University)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

We show that work and power fluctuations in quasi-static periodically driven heat engines (PHEs) operating with the Carnot efficiency at nonzero output power are finite and can even vanish. This result contradicts the corresponding findings for steady state HEs (SSHEs), where the Carnot efficiency at nonzero power with finite fluctuations cannot be reached quasi-statically. Moreover, the Fano...

Mr
Michal Ciesla
(M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)
, Mr
Piotr Kubala
(M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland))

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

The subject of this study was random sequential adsorption of cuboids of axes length ratio of $a:1:b$ for $a \in [0.3, 1.0]$ and $b \in[1.0, 2.0]$ and its aim was to find a shape that provides the highest packing fraction. Obtained results show that the densest packing fraction is $0.402 \pm 0.010$, and is reached for axes ratios near cuboids of $0.75:1:1.30$. Kinetics of packing growth were...

Mr
Damian Kolaczek
(Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH UST, Kraków, Poland)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

An isolated quantum system consisting of a single scattering barrier inside the potential well in the form of double harmonic oscillator is considered. The initial state is assumed to be the Schrödinger cat state [1] which is the superposition of two coherent states but generalized by additional parameter modelling a partial loss of interference which reflects the imperfection of the...

Karol Capala
(M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Brownian motion (Wiener process) and Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes are two basic stochastic processes, which are frequently, among others, used in the statistical physics. We consider the full stochastic dynamics, i.e. a situation when a particle is described by the position and velocity. It is assumed that velocity changes according to Wiener or Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes. Consequently, a...

Dr
Jozef Strecka
(Safarik University)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

The mixed spin-1/2 and spin-3/2 Ising model on a decorated planar lattice accounting for lattice vibrations of decorating atoms is treated by making use of the canonical coordinate transformation, the decoration-iteration transformation, and the harmonic approximation. It is shown that the magnetoelastic coupling gives rise to an effective single-ion anisotropy and three-site four-spin...

Mr
Michal Ciesla
(M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)
, Dr
Monika Krasowska
(Silesian University of Technology)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Hybrid alginate membranes filled with various amount of magnetite ($Alg/Fe_{3}O_{4}$) and crosslinked using four different agents, i.e. calcium chloride ($AlgCa$), phosphoric acid ($AlgP$), glutaraldehyde ($AlgGA$) and citric acid ($AlgC$) were applied in pervaporative dehydration of ethanol and were described in paper [1].
In this work, the membranes are characterized by the parameters like:...

Dr
Andrea Cairoli
(Imperial College London)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Galilean invariance states that the equations of motion of closed systems do not change under Galilei transformations to different inertial frames. However, real world systems typically violate it, as they are described by coarse-grained models, that integrate complex microscopic interactions indistinguishably as friction and stochastic forces.
This leaves no alternative principle to assess a...

Dr
Teodor Buchner
(Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology)

9/6/18, 3:00 PM

poster

Phase space of cryptographic systems, such as RC4 stream cipher is an interesting object, to which statistical physics may be applied. Entropy of a trajectory and of a state space, transient phase, coexisting attractors, 1/f noise and complexity measures are just a few examples of physical ideas, that may be applied to cryptographic systems, which opens the possibility of many new research...