LABORATOIRE DE PHYSIQUE THEORIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONDENSEE




 

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*[1]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Optical methods of investigating molecular dynamics of liquids", in Physics of Modern Materials (IAEA, Vienne, 1980), vol.II, pg.571.

[2]

G. Tarjus and S. Bratos, "Theoretical study of Raman scattering from pure liquids", Mol. Phys. 42, 307 (1981).

[3]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Raman scattering from pure liquids. Theory of band profiles", Phys. Rev. A 24, 1591 (1981).

*[4]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Raman band profiles of pure van der Waals liquids", in Linear and Non Linear Raman Spectroscopy (J. Lascombe and P.V. Huong eds., Wiley and Sons, New York, 1982) p.317.

*[5]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Rotational-vibrational correlations in liquids and solutions", in Molecular Liquids-Dynamics and Interactions (A.J. Barnes, W.J. Orville-Thomas, and J. Yarwood eds., D. Reidel, Dordrecht, 1984) pg.151.

[6]

G. Tarjus and S. Bratos, "Rotation-vibration correlations in infrared and anisotropic Raman spectra of diluted van der Waals solution. Effect of intermolecular forces", Mol. Phys. 51, 793 (1984).

[7]

G. Tarjus and S. Bratos, "Theory of infrared and Raman spectra of diluted van der Waals solutions : simple product approximation and its extension", Phys. Rev. A 30, 1087 (1984).

[8]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Raman investigation of collective vibrational motions in van der Waals liquids", Can. J. Chem. 63, 2047 (1985).

[9]

S. Bratos and G. Tarjus, "Raman scattering from binary mixtures of van der Waals liquids. Theory of band profiles", Phys. Rev. A 32, 2431 (1985).

[10]

S. Bratos, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Isotropic Raman study of ultrarapid proton transfer reactions in aqueous mixtures", J. Chem. Phys. 85, 803 (1986).

[11]

G. Tarjus and S. Bratos, "Theory of infrared and anisotropic Raman band profiles of pure liquids. Product approximation and its extension", Phys. Rev. A 34, 4202 (1986).

[12]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, and S. Bratos, "Raman investigation of rapid chemical reactions in liquids", J. Mol. Liq. 36, 185 (1987).

[13]

E. Dayan, E. Dervil, J. Loisel, J.P. Pinan-Lucarre, and G. Tarjus, "Intensities of IR and Raman forbidden bands of liquid CS2 : solvent effect", Chem. Phys. 119, 107 (1988).

*[14]

E. Dayan, E. Dervil, J. Loisel, J.P. Pinan-Lucarre, and G. Tarjus, "Raman interaction induced intensities of liquid CS2 : concentration and solvent effects", Proceedings of the XIth Raman Conference (R.H.J. Clarke and D.A. Long eds., J. Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 1988), pg. 895.

[15]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, D. Borgis, and S. Bratos, "Raman spectroscopy of pre-reactive, reactive, and post-reactive molecular motions in liquids", J. Chem. Phys. 90, 7022 (1989).

[16]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, and S. Bratos, "A Fokker-Planck study of Raman band shapes of chemically reactive liquids : comparison of phenomenological models", J. Mol. Liq. 43, 93 (1989).

[17]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Schaaf, "Unexpected asymptotic behavior in random sequential adsorption of non-spherical particles", Phys. Rev. A 40, 4808 (1989).

[18]

G. Tarjus, D. Kivelson, and V. Friedrich, "Local symmetry, multi-body correlations, and the cancellation effect", J. Mol. Struct. 223, 253 (1990).

[19]

G. Tarjus, J. Talbot, and P. Schaaf, "Comment on 'Is there a glassy phase in two dimensions' ", J. Phys. A : Math. Gen. 23, 837 (1990).

[20]

V. Friedrich, G. Tarjus, and D. Kivelson, "Study of the integrated intensity of depolarized light scattering spectra of tetrahedral molecules", J. Chem. Phys. 93, 2246 (1990).

[21]

P. Viot and G. Tarjus, "Random sequential addition of unoriented squares : breakdown of Swendsen's conjecture", Europhys. Lett. 13, 295 (1990).

[22]

J. Talbot, D. Kivelson, G. Tarjus, M.P. Allen, G.T. Evans, and D. Frenkel, "Short-time correlations in liquids : molecular dynamics simulation of hard spheroids", Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 2828 (1990).

[23]

G. Tarjus, P. Schaaf, and J. Talbot, "Generalized random sequential adsorption", J. Chem. Phys. 93, 8352 (1990)

[24]

G. Tarjus, P. Schaaf, and J. Talbot, "Random sequential addition : a distribution function approach", J. Stat. Phys. 63, 167 (1991).

[25]

G. Tarjus and D. Kivelson, "Solvent effect on activated rate processes : on the validity of the GLE approach", Chem. Phys. 152, 153 (1991).

[26]

J. Talbot, P. Schaaf, and G. Tarjus, "Random sequential addition of hard spheres", Mol. Phys. 72, 1397 (1991).

[27]

G. Tarjus, P. Viot, S.M. Ricci, and J. Talbot, "New analytical and numerical results on virial coefficients for 2-D hard convex bodies", Mol. Phys. 73, 773 (1991).

[28]

S. Bratos, G. Tarjus, M. Diraison, and J-Cl. Leicknam, "Incoherent inelastic neutron scattering from liquid water : a theoretical study", Phys. Rev. A 44, 2745 (1991).

[29]

G. Tarjus and D. Kivelson, "Useful friction and Langevin equations", J. Mol. Liq. 48, 303 (1991).

[30]

G. Tarjus and J. Talbot, " Random sequential addition of polydisperse mixtures : asymptotic kinetics and structure", J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 24, L913 (1991).

[31]

G. Tarjus and P. Viot, "Asymptotic results for the random sequential addition of unoriented objects", Phys. Rev. Lett. 67, 1875 (1991).

[32]

J.E. Variyar, D. Kivelson, G. Tarjus, and J. Talbot, "Molecular rattling in two-dimensional fluids : simulations and theory", J. Chem. Phys. 96, 593 (1992).

[33]

S. Bratos, M. Diraison, G. Tarjus, and J-Cl. Leicknam, "Incoherent inelastic neutron scattering from liquid water. A theoretical investigation", Phys. Rev. A 45, 5556 (1992).

[34]

G. Tarjus and J. Talbot, "Kinetics of irreversible adsorption of mixtures of pointlike and fixed-size particles : asymptotic kinetics in D-dimensions", Phys. Rev. A 45, 4162 (1992).

[35]

D. Borgis, G. Tarjus, and H. Azzouz, "Solvent-induced proton transfer in a strongly H-bonded complex : an adiabatic simulation Study", J. Phys. Chem. 96, 3188 (1992).

[36]

G. Tarjus and P. Viot, "Generalized car parking problem as a model for particle deposition with entropy activated rate process", Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2354 (1992).

[37]

D. Borgis, G. Tarjus, and H. Azzouz, "An adiabatic dynamical simulation study of the Zundel polarization of strongly H-bonded complexes in solution", J. Chem. Phys. 97, 1390 (1992).

*[38]

M. Diraison, G. Tarjus, S. Bratos, and J-Cl. Leicknam, "Incoherent inelastic neutron scattering from molecular liquids. Study of semi-classical corrections", in Molecular Liquids: New Perspectives in Physics and Chemistry (J. Teixeira-Dias ed., NATO ASI Series C, 1992), pg. 379.

[39]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, S.M. Ricci, and J. Talbot, "Random sequential adsorption of anisotropic particles. I- Jamming limit and asymptotic behavior", J. Chem. Phys. 97, 5212 (1992).

[40]

S.M. Ricci, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Random sequential adsorption of anisotropic particles. II- Low coverage kinetics", J. Chem. Phys. 97, 5219 (1992).

[41]

E. Dayan, E. Dervil, J. Loisel, J.P. Pinan-Lucarre, and G. Tarjus, "Interaction-induced Raman and IR spectra of liquid CS2: temperature and perturber effects", Mol. Phys. 76, 1457 (1992).

[42]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, S.M. Ricci, and J. Talbot, "Saturation coverage in random sequential adsorption of very elongated particles", Physica A 191, 248 (1992).

[43]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "Connection between integrated intensities of depolarized light-scattering spectra and mesoscopic order in liquids", Phys. Rev. E 47, 4210 (1993).

[44]

G. Tarjus, M. Diraison, J-Cl. Leicknam, and S. Bratos, "Inelastic neutron scattering from liquid water. Theory and simulation", J. Mol. Struct. 296, 199 (1993).

[45]

X. Jin, N.-H. L. Wang, G. Tarjus, and J. Talbot, "Irreversible adsorption on nonuniform surfaces: the random site model", J. Phys. Chem. 97, 4256 (1993).

[46]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, and J. Talbot, "Exact solution of a Generalized Ballistic Deposition model", Phys. Rev. E 48, 480 (1993).

[47]

H-S. Choi, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "First layer formation in the ballistic deposition of spherical particles onto a planar surface", J. Chem. Phys. 99, 9296 (1993).

[48]

G. Tarjus, P. Viot, H-S. Choi, and J. Talbot, "Restructuring effects in irreversible deposition of spheres on a plane", Phys. Rev. E 49, 3239 (1994).

[49]

M-L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and G. Stell, "Thermodynamics of fluids in quenched disordered matrices", J. Chem. Phys. 100, 5172 (1994).

[50]

X-C. Zeng, D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus, "Reexamination of the depolarized light scattering spectra of glass forming liquids", Phys. Rev. E 50, 1711 (1994).

*[51]

J-Cl. Leicknam, M. Diraison, G. Tarjus, and S. Bratos, "Incoherent inelastic neutron scattering from liquid water: A computer simulation study" in Hydrogen Bond Networks (J. Bellissent-Funel and J. C. Dore eds., Nato ASI Series C, Kluwer, 1994), pg. 131.

[52]

X-C. Zeng, D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus, "Comment on Glass transition in colloidal hard spheres : mode-coupling theory analysis", Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 1772 (1994).

[53]

X-C. Zeng, D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus,"Some consequences of the - bifurcation of relaxations in supercooled liquids", J. Non-Crystalline. Solids 172-174, 61 (1994).

[54]

D. Boyer, G. Tarjus, J. Talbot, P. Van Tassel, and P. Viot, "Exactly solvable models for irreversible adsorption with particle spreading", Phys. Rev. E 49, 5525 (1994).

[55]

X. Jin, G. Tarjus, and J. Talbot, "An Adsorption-Desorption process on a line: kinetics of the approach to closest packing", J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 27, L195 (1994).

*[56]

D. Kivelson, X-C. Zeng, H. Sakai, and G. Tarjus, "Interaction induced spectra as a tool for the study of structure in supercooled liquids and glasses" (G. Tabisz ed., NATO ASI Series C, Kluwer, 1994), pg. 235.  

[57]

P. Van Tassel, P. Viot, G. Tarjus, and J. Talbot, "Irreversible adsorption of macromolecules at a liquid-solid interface : Theoretical studies of the effects of conformational change", J. Chem. Phys. 101, 7064 (1994).

[58]

M. Diraison, J-Cl. Leicknam, G. Tarjus, and S. Bratos, "Computer simulation study of inelastic neutron scattering from liquid water", Phys. Rev. E 50, 2689 (1994).

[59]

S.M. Ricci, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "A structural comparison of Random sequential adsorption and equilibrium configurations of spherocylinders", J. Chem. Phys. 101, 9164 (1994).

[60]

D. Boyer, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Shattering transition in a multivariable fragmentation model", Phys. Rev. E 51, 1043 (1995).

[61]

H-S. Choi, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Percolation and structural properties of particle deposits", Phys. Rev. E 51, 1353 (1995).

[62]

D. Boyer, G. Tarjus, P. Viot, and J. Talbot, “Percus-Yevick-like integral equation for random sequential addition, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 1607 (1995).

[63]

E. Pitard, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Stell, and G. Tarjus, "Critical behavior of a fluid in a disordered porous matrix. An Ornstein-Zernike approach", Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 4361 (1995).

[64]

D. Kivelson, S. Kivelson, X. Zhao, Z. Nussinov, and G. Tarjus, "A thermodynamic theory of supercooled liquids", Physica A 219, 27 (1995).

[65]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and P. Monson, "The pressure of a fluid in a disordered porous material", J. Chem. Phys. 103, 4256 (1995).

[66]

G. Tarjus and D. Kivelson, “Breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein relation in supercooled liquids”, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 3071 (1995).

[67]

D. Kivelson, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and J. Variyar, “Comment on “ Negative velocity correlation in hard sphere fluids” ”, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 95 (1995).

[68]

D. Kivelson, X. Zhao, G. Tarjus, and S. Kivelson, “Fitting of viscosity. Distinguishing between the temperature dependences predicted by various models of supercooled liquids”, Phys. Rev. E 53, 751 (1996).

[69]

P. Van Tassel, J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, “Kinetics of irreversible adsorption with a particle conformational change : A density expansion approach”, Phys. Rev. E 53, 785 (1996).

[70]

M. D. Rintoul, S. Torquato, and G. Tarjus, "Nearest-neighbor statistics in a one-dimensional random sequential adsorption process", Phys. Rev. E 53, 450 (1996).

[71]

L. Chayes, V. J. Emery, S. Kivelson, Z. Nussinov, and G. Tarjus, “Avoided Critical Behavior in a Uniformly Frustrated System”, Physica A 225, 129 (1996).

[72]

E. Pitard, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Thermodynamics of fluids in disordered porous materials", Molec. Sim. 17, 399 (1996).

[73]

D. Boyer, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, “Pair correlation function for a generalized ballistic deposition model", J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 29, 2309 (1996).

[74]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and P. Monson, "Thermodynamics of fluids in disordered porous materials", J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 8, 9621 (1996).

[75]

D. Kivelson, X. Zhao, G. Tarjus, and S. Kivelson, "Response to Comment by H. Z. Cummins on “Fitting of viscosity. Distinguishing between the temperature dependences predicted by various models of supercooled liquids”", Phys. Rev. E 54, 5873 (1996).

[76]

D. Boyer, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Exact solution and multifractal analysis of a multivariable fragmentation model", J. Phys; I (Paris) 7, 13 (1997).

[77]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and P. Monson, "Phase diagrams of single-component fluids in disordered porous materials: predictions from integral-equation theory", J. Chem. Phys. 106, 264 (1997).

[78]

P. Van Tassel, P. Viot, and G. Tarjus, “A kinetic model of partially reversible protein adsorption”, J. Chem. Phys. 106, 761 (1997).

[79]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "A self-consistent Ornstein-Zernike approximation for the site-diluted Ising model", J. Stat. Phys. 89, 215 (1997).

[80]

D. Kivelson, G. Tarjus, and S. Kivelson, "A Viewpoint, Model and Theory for Supercooled Liquids", Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl. 126, 1 (1997).

*[81]

G. Tarjus, D. Kivelson, and S. Kivelson, "Frustration-limited domain theory of supercooled liquids and the glass transition", in Supercooled Liquids : Advances and Novel Applications, J. Fourkas et al Eds. (ACS Symposium Series 676, Washington, 1997), pg.67.

*[82]

D. Kivelson, J.-C. Pereda, K. Luu, M. Lee, H. Sakai, A. Ha, I. Cohen, and G. Tarjus, "Facts and Speculation Concerning Low-T Polymorphism in Glass Formers", in Supercooled Liquids : Advances and Novel Applications, J. Fourkas et al Eds. (ACS Symposium Series 676, Washington, 1997), pg.224.

[83]

P. Van Tassel, J. Talbot, P. Viot, and G. Tarjus, “A distribution function analysis of the structure of depleted particle configurations”, Phys. Rev. E 56, R1299 (1997).

[84]

M. Noro, D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus, "A Quasi-Oscillatory Collisional Model for 2-Dimensional Soft-Disk Fluids", J. Chem. Phys. 107, 7418 (1997).

[85]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "Observed Anomalies in Supercooled Liquids described by Frustration-Limited Domain Theory", Philos. Mag B 77, 245 (1998).

[86]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "SuperArrhenius character of supercooled glass-forming liquids", J. Non-Cryst. Solids 235-237, 86 (1998).

[87]

E. Kierlik, E. Pitard, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Mean spherical approximation for a lattice model of a fluid in a disordered matrix", Mol. Phys. 95, 341 (1998).

[88]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "The Kauzmann Paradox Interpreted via the Theory of Frustration-Limited Domains", J. Chem. Phys. 109, 5481 (1998).

[89]

P. Van Tassel, L. Guemour, J.J. Ramsden, G. Tarjus, P. Viot, and J. Talbot, “A Particle-Level Model of Irreversible Protein Adsoprtion with Postadsorption Transition”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 207, 317 (1998).

*[90]

M. Brusatori, P. Van Tassel, J. Talbot, P. Viot, and G. Tarjus, “Theoretical and experimental studies of protein adsorption kinetics”, in Fundamentals of Adsorption, F. Meunier Ed. (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1998), pg. 485.

*[91]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and P. Monson, “Application of Modern Statistical Mechanics to Adsorption in Heterogeneous Porous Materials”, in Fundamentals of Adsorption, F. Meunier Ed. (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1998), pg. 867.

[92]

P. Viot and G. Tarjus, “Microphase separation and modulated phases in a Coulomb frustrated Ising ferromagnet”, Europhys. Lett. 44, 423 (1998).

[93]

M. L. Ferrer, C. Lawrence, B. Demirjian, D. Kivelson, C. Alba-Simionesco, and G. Tarjus, "Supercooled liquids and the glass transition: Temperature as the control variable", J. Chem. Phys. 109, 8010 (1998).

*[94]

G. Tarjus, D. Kivelson, and C. Alba-Simionesco, "The Viscous Slowing Down of Supercooled Liquids as a Temperature-Controlled Activated Process: Evidence and consequences", in Slow Dynamics in Complex Systems, M. Tokuyama and I. Oppenheim Eds. (AIP, 1999), pg. 406.

[95]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "A self-consistent Ornstein-Zernike approximation for the Random-Field Ising model", J. Stat. Phys. 94, 805 (1999).

**[96]

G. Tarjus, "La Transition Vitreuse : Phénoménologie, Concepts et Modèles", Cours et Conférences (Ecole Encre 99, CNRS-SPM, 1999).

[97]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Sluggish kinetics in the parking lot model", J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 32, 2997 (1999).

[98]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "Phenomenological Analysis of Supercooled Liquids", in Physics of Glasses, P. Jund and R. Jullien Eds. (AIP, 1999), pg. 83.

[99]

G. Tarjus, D. Kivelson, and P. Viot, "The Viscous Slowing Down of Supercooled Liquids as a Temperature-Controlled Super-Arrhenius Activated Process: A Description in Terms of Frustration-Limited Domains", J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 12, 6497 (2000).

[100]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, P. Van Tassel, and P. Viot, "From Car Parking to Protein Adsorption: an Overview of Sequential Adsorption Processes", Colloids and Surfaces A 165, 287 (2000).

[101]

P. Van Tassel, P. Viot, G. Tarjus, J. J. Ramsden, and J. Talbot, "Enhanced Saturation Coverages in Adsorption-Desorption Processes", J. Chem. Phys. 112, 1483 (2000).

[102]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "A self-consistent Ornstein-Zernike approximation for the Edwards-Anderson spin glass model", J. Stat. Phys. 100, 423 (2000).

[103]

P. Viot, G. Tarjus, and D. Kivelson, "A heterogeneous picture of relaxation for fragile supercooled liquids", J. Chem. Phys. 112, 10368 (2000).

[104]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Adsorption-desorption model and its application to vibrated granular materials", Phys. Rev. E 61, 5429 (2000).

[105]

M. Grousson, P. Viot and G. Tarjus, “Phase diagram of an Ising model with long-range frustrating interactions: a theoretical analysis”, Phys. Rev. E 62, 7781 (2000).

[106]

C. Alba-Simionesco and G. Tarjus, “Experimental evidence of mesoscopic order in the apparently amorphous glacial phase of the fragile glassformer triphenylphosphite”, Europhys. Lett. 52, 297 (2000).

*[107]

G. Tarjus and D. Kivelson, "The Viscous Slowing Down of Supercooled Liquids and the Glass Transition: Phenomenology, Concepts, and Models", in Jamming and Rheology Constrained Dynamics on Microscopic and Macroscopic Scales", A. Liu and S. R. Nagel Eds. (Taylor and Francis, London, 2001), pg. 20.

[108]

S. Grollau, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Thermodynamically self-consistent theory for the Blume-Capel model", Phys. Rev. E 63, 041111 (2001).

[109]

M. Grousson, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, “Comment on 'Stripe Glasses: Self-Generated Randomness in a Uniformly Frustrated System'”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 3455 (2001).

[110]

S. Grollau, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "The ferromagnetic q-states Potts model on three-dimensional lattices: an analytical study for real values of q", Physica A 286, 460 (2001).

[111]

E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Equilibrium and out-of-equilibrium (hysteretic) behavior of fluids in disordered porous materials: theoretical predictions", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 3, 1201 (2001).

[112]

E. Kierlik, P. Monson, M. L. Rosinberg, L. Sarkisov, and G. Tarjus, "Capillary condensation in disordered porous materials: hysteresis versus equilibrium behavior", Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 055701 (2001).

[113]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "H2O below 277K: a novel picture", J. Phys. Chem. B 105, 6620 (2001).

[114]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Aging and response properties in the parking-lot model", Eur. Phys. J. E 5, 445 (2001).

[115]

M. Grousson, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Monte Carlo study of the three-dimensional Coulomb frustrated Ising ferromagnet", Phys. Rev. E 64, 036109 (2001).

[116]

D. Kivelson and G. Tarjus, "Energy Landscapes Composed of Continuous Intertwining Equipotentials Ribbons", J. Phys. Chem. B 105, 11854 (2001).

[117]

V. Krakoviack, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Adsorption of a fluid in an aerogel: integral equation approach", J. Chem. Phys. 115, 11289 (2001).

[118]

P. Viot, J. Talbot, and G. Tarjus, "Slow dynamics, aging and history-dependent effects", Fractals, 185-196 (2002).

[119]

C. Alba-Simionesco, D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus, "Temperature, density, and pressure dependence of relaxation times in supercooled liquids", J. Chem. Phys. 116, 5033 (2002).

[120]

M. Grousson, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Fragile glassforming behavior of a three-dimensional Ising ferromagnet with uniform frustration", J. Phys. Condens. Matter 14, 1617 (2002).

[121]

G. Tarjus and V. Dotsenko, "Is there a spin glass phase in the random temperature Ising model ?", J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 35, 1627 (2002).

[122]

D. Kivelson, and G. Tarjus, "Apparent polyamorphism and frustration", J. Non Cryst. Solids 307-310, 630 (2002).

[123]

M. Grousson, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Evidence for fragile glassforming behavior in the relaxation of Coulomb frustrated three-dimensional systems", Phys. Rev. E 65, 065103 (2002).

*[124]

E. Kierlik, P. Monson, M. L. Rosinberg, L. Sarkisov, and G. Tarjus, "Capillary condensation in disordered porous materials: hysteresis versus equilibrium behavior", Fundamentals of Adsorption 7, K. Kaneko, H. Kanoh, and Y. Hanzawa Eds. (International Adsorption Society, 2002), p. 346.

[125]

M. Grousson, V. Krakoviack, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, "Langevin dynamics of the Coulomb frustrated ferromagnet: a mode-coupling analysis", Phys. Rev. E 66, 026126 (2002).

[126]

E. Kierlik, P. Monson, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Adsorption hysteresis and capillary condensation in disordered porous solids: a density functional study", J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 14, 9295 (2002).

[127]

M. L. Rosinberg, E. Kierlik, and G. Tarjus, "Percolation, depinning, and avalanches in capillary condensation of gases in disordered porous solids", Europhys. Lett. 62, 377 (2003).

[128]

G. Tarjus, C. Alba-Simionesco, M. Grousson, P. Viot, and D. Kivelson, "Locally preferred structure and frustration in glassforming liquids: a clue to polyamorphism ?", J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 15, 1077 (2003).

[129]

J. Talbot, G. Tarjus, and P. Viot, ''Optimum Monte Carlo Simulations: Some Exact Results'', J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 36, 9009 (2003).

[130]

S. Mossa and G. Tarjus, ''Locally preferred structure in simple atomic liquids'', J. Chem. Phys. 119, 8069 (2003).

[131]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Local mean-field study of capillary in silica aerogels", Phys. Rev. E 68, 061504 (2003).

[132]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Hysteresis in capillary condensation of gases in disordered porous solids", Physica B 343, 303 (2004).

[133]

G. Tarjus and P. Viot, ''Edwards-like statistical mechanical description of the parking lot model for vibrated granular materials'', Phys. Rev. E 69, 011307 (2004).

[134]

G. Tarjus, D. Kivelson, S. Mossa, and C. Alba-Simionesco, “Disentangling density and temperature effects in the viscous slowing down of glassforming liquids", J. Chem. Phys. 120, 6135 (2004).

*[135]

G. Tarjus and P. Viot, ''Memory and Kovacs effects in the parking lot model: an approximate statistical-mechanical treatment'', in “Unifying Concepts in Granular Media and Glasses”, M. Nicodemi, A. Coniglio, A. Fierro, and H. Herrmann( Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2004), pg. 35.

[136]

C. Alba-Simionesco, A. Chauty, A. Allegria, and G. Tarjus, “Scaling out the density dependence of the alpha relaxation in glassforming polymers", Europhys. Lett. 68, 58 (2004).

[137]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Mechanisms for gas adsorption and desorption in silica aerogels: The effect of temperature", Langmuir 20, 8006 (2004).

[138]

G. Tarjus, S. Mossa, and C. Alba-Simionesco, “Disentangling density and temperature effects in the viscous slowing down of glassforming liquids: Reply to Comment", J. Chem. Phys. 120, 11505 (2004).

[139]

G. Tarjus and M. Tissier, “Non-perturbative functional renormalization group for random field models: the way out of dimensional reduction”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 267008 (2004).

[140]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "The physics of capillary condensation in disordered mesoporous materials: a unifying theoretical approach", Adsorption 11, 115 (2005).

[141]

F. Detcheverry, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, “Metastable states and T=0 hysteresis in the random-field Ising model on random graphs”, Eur. Phys. J. B 44, 327 (2005).

[142]

E. Vives, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, “Hysteresis and avalanches in the T=0 random-field Ising model with 2-spin-flip dynamics”, Phys. Rev. B 71, 134424 (2005).

[143]

G. Biroli, J. P. Bouchaud, and G. Tarjus, “Are defect models consistent with the entropy and specific heat of glass-formers?”, J. Chem. Phys. 122, (2005).

[144]

G. Tarjus, S. Kivelson, Z. Nussinov, and P. Viot, “The frustration-based approach of supercooled liquids and the glass transition: a review and critical assessment”, to appear in J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17, R1143 (2005).

[145]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, "Helium condensation in aerogel: Avalanches and disorder-induced phase transition”, Phys. Rev. E 72, 051506 (2005).

[146]

M. Tissier and G. Tarjus, “Unified picture of ferromagnetism, quasi-long-range order, and criticality in random-field models”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 087202 (2006).

[147]

S. Mossa and G. Tarjus, ''An operational scheme to determine the locally preferred structure of model liquids”, J. Non-Crystal. Solids (2006).

[148]

C. Alba-Simionesco and G. Tarjus, Temperature Versus Density Effects in Glassforming Liquids and Polymers: A Scaling Hypothesis and its Consequences”, submitted to J. Non-Crystal. Solids (2005).

[149]

F. Detcheverry, E. Kierlik, M. L. Rosinberg, and G. Tarjus, Gas adsorption/desorption in silica aerogels: a theoretical study of scattering properties”, (2005).



 

 

 

1) Traitement Quantique de l’Information, modèles de spins en interaction

 

Je m'intéresse à la description fine des espaces de Hilbert à quelques qubits (spins 1/2), en particulier des niveaux d'intrication quantique. J'utilise pour cela des outils géométriques, fibrations de Hopf de sphères de dimension élevée, ou encore la représentation de Majorana (pour les systèmes de spins symétriques). Dans ce dernier cas, avec P. Ribeiro, nous avons ouvert une voie  en reliant les invariants d'intrications aux invariants classiques de transformations de Moebius.

J
'ai également entrepris l'étude des anyons de Fibonacci (dans le cadre du calcul quantique topologique), avec maintenant l'intention de mieux comprendre comment l’intrication émerge des échanges entre anyons (groupe de tresse associé). 3 anyons forment un qubit, on peut commencer par tresser deux ensembles de trois anyons pour réaliser un système à deux qubits. Le problème est plus complexe, car l’espace de Hilbert associé à 6 anyons est de dimension plus grande que celle de deux qubits (problème de « leakage »). 3 anyons forment un qubit, on peut commencer par tresser deux ensembles de trois anyons pour réaliser un système à deux qubits. Le problème est plus complexe, car l’espace de Hilbert associé à 6 anyons est de dimension plus grande que celle de deux qubits (problème de « leakage »).

Je m'intéresse enfin à des problèmes de "marches quantiques", en dimension quelconque. Il s'agit d'une sorte de généralisation des marches aléatoires classiques, dans laquelle un marcheur (quantique) se déplace sur un graphe d'une façon déterminée par son état interne (la "pièce" quantique). Cet état fait l'objet d'une transformation unitaire à chaque pas de temps. On s'intéresse à la façon dont la fonction d'onde du marcheur s'étale dans le temps, en fonction de la géométrie du graphe (periodique, quasipériodique, désordonné), et de la nature de la pièce quantique.

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2) Systèmes frustrés et désordonnés

 

J'ai commencé récemment une étude visant à modéliser des structures nanométriques confinées en géométrie cylindrique, pour des systèmes géométriquement frustrés. Ces structures, lorsqu’elles sont non confinées, ont fait l’objet de nombreuses études dans l’approche dite « d’espace courbe », prédisant, dans certaines conditions, des structures réelles composées d’un arrangement complexes de défauts topologiques. Or, un argument mathématique simple (lié à ce que l’on appelle la projection géodésique) suggère des configurations différentes, plus proches de l’ordre idéal non frustré, si l’on confine ces structures en environnement cylindrique. Je vais en étudier les conséquences pour des systèmes de sphères dures et des nano-fils covalents. L’apparition de défauts topologiques et la compétition avec l’ordre cristallin seront étudiées en fonction du rayon du domaine cylindrique

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


  1. Dielectric behaviour of polar liquids in the far infrared spectral range : a theory.
    B. Guillot, and S. Bratos, Mol. Phys. 33, p.593 (1977).
  2. Theoretical analysis of dielectric properties of polar liquids in the far infrared spectral range.
    B. Guillot, and S. Bratos, Phys. Rev. A 16, p.424 (1977).
  3. Comparaison des fonctions de correlation mono et multimoléculaires des liquides et des solutions.
    B. Guillot, et S. Bratos, Mol. Phys. 37, p.991 (1979).
  4. Theoretical study of spectra of depolarized light scattered from dense rare-gas fluids.
    B. Guillot, S. Bratos and G. Birnbaum, Phys. Rev. A 22, p.2230 (1980).
  5. Theory of collision induced absorption in dense rare gas mixture.
    B. Guillot, S. Bratos et G. Birbaum. Mol. Phys. 44, p.1021 (1981).
  6. Theoretical investigation and experimental detection of rattling motions in atomic and molecular fluids,
    S. Bratos and. B Guillot. J. Mol. Struc. 84, p.195 (1982).
  7. Theory of collision induced line shapes : absorption and light scattering at low density.
    G. Birnbaum, B. Guillot and S. Bratos, Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 51, John Wiley Ed. (1982), p.49-113.
  8. Theoretical interaction of the far infrared absorption spectrum of dense nitrogen.
    B. Guillot and G. Birnbaum, J. Chem. Phys. 29, 686 (1983)
  9. Theoretical study of the far infrared absorption spectrum in molecular liquids.
    B. Guillot and G. Birnbaum, in Proceedings of the Nato Advanced Research Workshop Phenomena induced by intermolecular interactions, Ed. G. Birnbaum, Plenum Press,p. 437 (1985).
  10. Theory of collision induced light scattering and absorption in dense rare gas fluids.
    S. Bratos, B. Guillot and G. Birnbaum, ibid ref.10, p.363.
  11. Investigation of the chemical potential by molecular dynamics simulation.
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani. Mol. Phys. 54, p.455 (1985).
  12. Chemical potential of triatomic polar liquids: a computer simulation study .
    Y. Guissani, B. Guillot and F. Sokolic, Chem. Phys. 96, p.271 (1985).
  13. Molecular dynamics simulations of thermodynamic and structural properties of liquid .
    F. Sokolic, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, Mol. Phys. 56, p.239 (1985).
  14. Computer simulation of liquid sulphur dioxide : comparaison of model potentials.
    F. Sokolic, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Phys. Chem. 89, p.3023 (1985).
  15. Density effects and relative diffusion in the far infrared absorption spectrum of compressed liquid nitrogen.
    Ph. Marteau , J. Obriot, F. Fondere and B. Guillot, Mol. Phys. 59 (1986).
  16. Theoretical investigation of the dip in the far infrared absorption spectrum of dense rare gas mixture.
    B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 87, p.1952 (1987).
  17. The statistical theory of the ionic equilibrium of water. Basic principles and practical realization .
    S. Bratos, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, in Chemical reactivity in Liquids, ed. by M. Moreau et P. Turq, Plenum Press, p. 5850 (1988).
  18. The statistical mechanics of the ionic equilibrium of water: A computer simulation study .
    Y. Guissani, B. Guillot and S. Bratos, J. Chem. Phys. 88, p.5850 (1988).
  19. The statistical theory of the ionic equilibrium of water. Theory and experiment ,
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani and S. Bratos, in Synergetics, order and Chaos, ed. by M.G. Velarde, World Scientific, p. 473, (1988).
  20. Theoretical study of the three-body absorption spectrum in pure rare gas fluids,
    B. Guillot, R.D. Mountain and G. Birnbaum, Mol. Phys. 64, p.747 (1988).
  21. Far infrared absorption in nitrogen-rare gas compressed mixtures. An experimental and theoretical survey.
    B. Guillot, Ph. Marteau and J. Obriot, Mol. Phys. 65, p.765 (1988).
  22. Triplet dipoles in the absorption spectra of dense rare gas mixtures. (1) Short range interactions.
    B. Guillot, R.D. Mountain and G. Birnbaum, J. Chem. Phys. 90, p.650 (1989).
  23. Dipole moments in rare gas interactions.
    M. Krauss and B. Guillot, Chem. Phys. Lett. 158, p.142 (1989).
  24. Interaction induced absorption in simple to complex liquids,
    B. Guillot and G. Birnbaum, in Reactive and Flexible Molecules in Liquids, Ed. Th. Dorfmüller, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p.1 (1989). 
  25. Structures and energetics of ion-solvent microclusters (n=1, .,8) :, and with, , and
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani, D. Borgis and S. Bratos, in Reactive and Flexible Molecules in Liquids, Ed. Th. Dorfmüller, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p.47 (1989).
  26. Etude par Monte Carlo de la solvatation en phase gazeuse des ions halogénures par des molécules protiques et aprotiques ,
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani, D. Borgis et S. Bratos, dans Méthodes Théoriques en Chimie, Journal de Chimie Physique, n°/spécial SFC88, p.977 (1989).
  27. Triplet dipoles in the absorption spectra of dense rare gas fluids. (II) Long range interactions.
    B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 91, p .3456 (1989).
  28. The statistical mechanics of the ionic equilibrium of water. The force law.
    S . Bratos, B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, in Static and Dynamic Properties of Liquids, ed. by M. Davidovic and A.K. Soper, Springer, Vol. 40, p.48 (1989)
  29.  Investigation of ionic solvation dynamics by far infrared spectroscopy,
    B. Guillot, Ph. Marteau and J. Obriot, in Modeling of Molecular Structures and Properties, Ed. J.L. Rivail, Elsevier, p. 363 (1990).
  30. Investigation of very fast motions in electrolytes solutions by far infrared spectroscopy,
    B. Guillot, Ph. Marteau and J. Obriot, J. Chem. Phys. 93, p.6148 (1990).
  31. Computer simulation of chemical equilibria,
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani and S. Bratos, J. Phys.: Condensed Matter 2, supp.A, p.165 (1990).
  32. Line shapes in dense fluids ; the problem, some answers, future directions,
    B. Guillot in SpectralLine Shapes, Vol 6, AIP Series, p.453 (1990).
  33. A molecular dynamics study of the far infrared spectrum of liquid water,
    B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 95, p.1543 (1991).
  34. A computer simulation study of hydrophobic hydration of rare gases and of methane. (I) Thermodynamic and structural properties.
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani, and S. Bratos, J. Chem. Phys. 95, p.3643 (1991).
  35. Investigation of charge-transfer complexes by computer simulation. (I) Iodine in benzene solution.
    Y. Danten, B. Guillot and Y. Guissani. J. Chem. Phys. 96, p.3783 (1992).
  36. Investigation of charge-transfer complexes by computer simulation. (II) Iodine in pyridine solution,
    Y. Danten, B. Guillot, and Y. Guissani., J. Chem. Phys. 96, p.3795 (1992).
  37. Structure of liquid cyclopropane,
    M.I. Cabaco, M. Besnard, M.C. Bellissent-Funel, Y. Guissani, and B. Guillot., in Molecular Liquids : New perspectives in Physics and Chemistry, J. Teixeira-Dias ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, NATO ASI Series C. Vol 379, p. 513 (1992).
  38. Water Solutions of non polar gases: a computer simulation.
    B. Guillot, Y. Guissani and S. Bratos, Zhurnal Fizicheskoi Khimii 67, p.30 (1993); Russian J. of Phys. Chem. 67, p.25 (1993).
  39. A computer simulation study of the liquid-vapor coexistence curve of water.
    Y. Guissani, and B. Guillot., J. chem. Phys. 98, p.8221 (1993).
  40. A computer simulation study of the temperature dependence of the hydrophobic hydration.
    B. Guillot, and Y. Guissani., J. Chem. Phys. 99, p.8075 (1993)
  41. Temperature dependence of the solubility of non polar gases in liquids.
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, Mol. Phys 79, p.53 (1993)
  42. Coexisting phases and criticality in NaCl by computer simulation,
    Y. Guissani, and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys 101, p.490 (1994).
  43. A far infrared study of water diluted in hydrophobic solvents,
    T. Tassaing, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, E. Zoidis, J. Yarwood, Y. Guissani, and B. Guillot., Mol. Phys 84, p.769 (1995).
  44. Cancellation effects in collision-induced phenomena.
    G. Birnbaum, and B. Guillot, in Collision and Interaction-Induced Spectroscopy, G.C. Tabisz and M.N. Neuman eds, Kluwer Academic Publisher, p1, (1995).
  45. Simulation of the far infrared spectrum of liquid water and steam along the coexistence curve.
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, in  Collision and Interaction-Induced Spectroscopy , G.C. Tabisz and M.N. Neuman eds, Kluwer Academic Publisher, p.129, (1995).
  46.  Thermodynamics and structure of hydrophobic hydration by computer simulation,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, in proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam, H.J. White, Jr. J.V. Sengers, D.B. Neumann and J.C. Bellows eds, Begell House, p. 269 (1995).
  47. Towards a theory of coexistence and critically in real molten salts.
    B. Guillot, and Y. Guissani, Mol. Phys. 87, p.37 (1996).
  48. A numerical investigation of the liquid-vapor coexistence curve of silica.
    Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 104, p.7633 (1996).
  49. The solubility of rare gases in fused silica : A numerical evaluation.
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, J. Chem. Phys. 105, 255 (1996).
  50. Interaction-induced dipoles and polarizabilities in diverse phenomena.
    G. Birnbaum, and B. Guillot, in Spectral Line Shapes, AIP Press, Vol 9, p.1 (1997).
  51. Evidence of dimer formation in neat liquid 1,3,5-trifluorobenzene.
    M.I.Cabaço, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, Y. Guissani, and B. Guillot, Chem. Phys. Lett .262, p.120 (1996).
  52. Boson peak and high frequency modes in amorphous silica.
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, Phys. Rev. Lett.78, p.2401 (1997).
  53. Neutron diffraction and molecular dynamics investigations of the temperature dependence of the local ordering in liquid cyclopropane ,
    M.I. Cabaço, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, Mol Phys.90, p.817 (1997).
  54. Structural studies of liquid cyclopropane : from room temperature up to supercritical conditions ,
    M.I. Cabaço, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, M.C. Bellissent-Funel, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, Mol. Phys.90, p.829 (1997).
  55. Neutron diffraction and molecular dynamics investigation of the structural evolution of liquid cyclopropane from the melting point up to the supercritical domain,
    M. Cabaço, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, M. Cl. Bellissent-Funel, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, in proceedings of IAEA on Neutron Beam Research (Lisbonne, 1997), p. 98.
  56. The structure of supercritical heavy water as studied by neutron diffraction,
    M.C. Bellissent-Funel, T. Tassaing, H. Zhao, D. Beysens, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys.107, p.2942 (1997).
  57. A molecular dynamics study of the vibrational spectra of silica polyamorphs,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, Mol. Sim.20, p.41 (1997).
  58.  Neutron diffraction and molecular dynamics study of liquid benzene and its fluorinated derivatives as a function of temperature.
    M.I, Cabaço, Y. Danten, M . Besnard, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot J. Phys. Chem. B.101, p.6977 (1997).
  59. The partial pair correlation functions of dense supercritical water,
    T. Tassaing, M.C. Bellissent-Funel, B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, Europhysics Lett.42, p.265 (1998).
  60. Transport of rare gases and molecular water in fused silica by molecular dynamics simulation,
    Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, Mol. Phys.95, p.151 (1998).
  61. Quantum effects in simulated water by the Feynman-Hibbs approach,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, J. Chem. Phys 108, p.1062 (1998).
  62. Hydrogen-bonding in light and heavy water under normal and extreme conditions,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 150-151, p.19 (1998).
  63. Structural investigations of liquid binary mixtures: neutron diffraction and molecular dynamics studies of benzene, hexafluorobenzene and 1,3,5-trifluorobenzene ,
    M.I. Cabaço, Y. Danten, M. Besnard, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Phys. Chem.102, p.10712 (1998).
  64. An Accurate Pair Potential for Simulated Water, by
    B. Guillot, and Y. Guissani, in Steam, Water, and Hydrothermal Systems : Physics and Chemistry Meeting the Needs of Industry, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on the Porperties of Water and Steam, Ed. P.R. Tremaine, P.G.
    Hill, D.E. Irish, and P.V. Balakrishnan, (NRC Press, Ottawa, 2000).
  65. Computer Simulation of Phase Equilibria in Molten Salts: The Case of NH4Cl ,
    B. Guillot, and Y. Guissani, ibid ref. 65.
  66. How to build a better potential for water,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, J. Chem.Phys. 114, p.6720 (2001).
  67. Simulation of the liquid-liquid coexistence curve of the tetrahydrofuran + water mixture in the Gibbs ensemble,
    I. Brovchenko and B. Guillot, Fluid Phase Equilibria 45/46, p.1 (2001).
  68. Chemical reactivity and phase behaviour of NH4Cl by molecular dynamics simulations.I. Solid-solid and solid-fluid equilibria,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, J.Chem.Phys.116, p.2047 (2002).
  69. Chemical reactivity and phase behaviour of NH4Cl by molecular dynamics simulations. II. The liquid-vapour coexistence curve,
    Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys.116, p.2058, (2002)
  70. A reappraisal of what we have learnt during three decades of computer simulations on water,
    B. Guillot, J. Mol. Liq. 101/1-3, p.219 (2002)
  71. Percolation of water in aqueous solution and liquid-liquid immiscibility,
    A. Oleinikova, I. Brovchenko, A. Geiger and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 117, p.3296 (2002)
  72. Polyamorphism in low temperature water: a simulation study,
    B. Guillot and Y. Guissani, J. Chem. Phys. 119, p.11740 (2003)
  73. Investigation of vapour-deposited amorphous ice and irradiated ice by molecular dynamics simulation,
    Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, J. Chem. Phys. 120, p.4366 (2004)
  74. Breaking of Henry's law for noble gas and solubility in silicate melt under pressure,
    Ph. Sarda and B. Guillot, Nature 436, p.95 (2005)
  75. The effect of compression on noble gas solubility in silicate melts and consequences for degassing at mid-ocean ridges,
    B. Guillot and Ph. Sarda, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, p.1215 (2006)
  76. Simulated structural and thermal properties of glassy and liquid germania,
    M. Micoulaut, Y. Guissani and B. Guillot, Phys. Rev. E 73, 031504 (2006)



 

Recherche:

Mes sujets de recherche concernent des problèmes de physique statistique décrits par des théories des champs et étudiés grâce au groupe de renormalisation. J'ai en particulier beaucoup utilisé les méthodes du groupe de renormalisation non-perturbatif. J'étudie également les propriétés de basse énergiedes théories de jauge nonabéliennes.


 


 

Publications

   

[26] Critical scaling in random-field systems: 2 or 3 independent exponents?
Gilles Tarjus, Ivan Balog and Matthieu Tissier
EPL, 103 (2013) 61001

[25] Three-point correlation functions in Yang-Mills theory
Marcela Peláez, Matthieu Tissier, and Nicolás Wschebor
Phys. Rev. D 88, 125003 (2013)

[24] Avalanches and Dimensional Reduction Breakdown in the Critical Behavior of Disordered Systems
Gilles Tarjus, Maxime Baczyk, and Matthieu Tissier
Phys. Rev. Lett. 110 (2013)

[23] Dimensional reduction and its breakdown in the three-dimensional long-range random-field Ising model
Maxime Baczyk, Matthieu Tissier, Gilles Tarjus, and Yoshinori Sakamoto
Phys. Rev. B 88, 014204 (2013)

[22] Lifting the Gribov Ambiguity in Yang-Mills theories
Julien Serreau, Matthieu Tissier
Phys. Lett. B 712, 97 (2012)

[21] Nonperturbative Functional Renormalization Group for Random Field Models. IV: Supersymmetry and its spontaneous breaking
Matthieu Tissier, Gilles Tarjus
Phys. Rev. B 85, 104203 (2012)

[20] Nonperturbative Functional Renormalization Group for Random Field Models. III: Superfield formalism and ground-state dominance
Matthieu Tissier, Gilles Tarjus
Phys. Rev. B 85 104202 (2012)

[19] Hierarchical reference theory of critical fluids in disordered porous media
Gilles Tarjus, Martin-Luc Rosinberg, Edouard Kierlik,  Matthieu Tissier
Mol. Phys. 109, 2863 (2011)

[18] Infrared safe perturbative approach to Yang-Mills correlators
Matthieu Tissier and Nicolás Wschebor
Phys. Rev. D 84, 045018 (2011)

[17] Supersymmetry and Its Spontaneous Breaking in the Random Field Ising Model
Matthieu Tissier and Gilles Tarjus
Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 041601 (2011)

[16] Infrared propagators of Yang-Mills theory from perturbation theory 
  Matthieu Tissier and Nicolás Wschebor
  Phys. Rev. D 82, 101701(R) (2010)

[15] Invasion percolation universality class and fractal geometry of magnetic domains
 J. P. Attané, M. Tissier, A. Marty and L. Vila
 Phys. Rev. B 82 , 024408 (2010) 

[14] Gauged supersymmetries in Yang-Mills theory
   Matthieu Tissier and Nicolás Wschebor
   Phys. Rev. D 79, 065008 (2009)

[13] Nonperturbative functional renormalization group for random field models and related disordered systems. II. Results for the random field  O(N)  model
   Matthieu Tissier and Gilles Tarjus
   Phys. Rev. B 78, 024204 (2008)

[12] Nonperturbative functional renormalization group for random field models and related disordered systems. I. Results for the random field  O(N)  model
   Gilles Tarjus and Matthieu Tissier
   Phys. Rev. B 78, 024203 (2008)

[11] Fixed points in frustrated magnets revisited
    B Delamotte, Yu Holovatch, D Ivaneyko, D Mouhanna and M Tissier
   J. Stat. Mech.  (2008) P03014

[10] Two-loop functional renormalization group of the random field and random anisotropy O(N) models
    Matthieu Tissier and Gilles Tarjus
    Phys. Rev. B 74, 214419 (2006)

[9] Unified Picture of Ferromagnetism, Quasi-Long-Range Order, and Criticality in Random-Field Models
    M. Tissier and G. Tarjus
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 087202 (2006)

[8] Nonperturbative Functional Renormalization Group for Random-Field Models: The Way Out of Dimensional Reduction
    G. Tarjus and M. Tissier
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 267008 (2004)

[7] Critical properties of a continuous family of XY noncollinear magnets
alt  A. Peles, B. W. Southern, B. Delamotte, D. Mouhanna, and M. Tissier
    Phys. Rev. B 69, 220408 (2004) 

[6] Nonperturbative renormalization-group approach to frustrated magnets
    B. Delamotte, D. Mouhanna, and M. Tissier
    Phys. Rev. B 69, 134413 (2004)  

  [5] XY frustrated systems: Continuous exponents in discontinuous phase transitions
   M. Tissier, B. Delamotte, and D. Mouhanna
   Phys. Rev. B 67, 134422 (2003)

[4] Competition between fluctuations and disorder in frustrated magnets
   Julien Serreau and Matthieu Tissier
   Phys. Rev. B 67, 052404 (2003)

[3] Randomly dilute Ising model: A nonperturbative approach
   M. Tissier, D. Mouhanna, J. Vidal, and B. Delamotte
   Phys. Rev. B 65, 140402 (2002)

[2] Frustrated Heisenberg Magnets: A Nonperturbative Approach
    M. Tissier, B. Delamotte, and D. Mouhanna
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 84, 5208-5211 (2000)

    annex displaying the full equations.

[1] Nonperturbative approach of the principal chiral model between two and four dimensions
   M. Tissier, D. Mouhanna, and B. Delamotte
   Phys. Rev. B 61, 15327-15330 (2000)


Chapitre de livre


-Renormalization group approach to frustrated magnets in d=3
    B. Delamotte, D. Mouhanna, and M. Tissier
in "Frustrated spin systems"
edited by H T Diep

 

 


 Proceedings

-Frustrated magnets in three dimensions: a nonperturbative approach
    B Delamotte, D Mouhanna and M Tissier
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 16 No 11  S883-S889

- Continuous phase transition induced by impurities in frustrated magnets   
    M. Tissier   
    Acta Physica Slovaca 52 (2002) 489

- An exact renormalization group approach to frustrated magnets
   M. Tissier, B. Delamotte and D. Mouhanna
   International Journal of Modern Physics A, Vol. 16, No. 11 (2001) 2131-2136

 


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Enseignement

TD de Mécanique quantique en M1 parcours fondamental

Cours de thermodynamique à Polytech' Paris

Mathématiques pour physiciens LP206 au CNED

Théorie quantique des champs au M2 NPAC

 

 

Historique

Thermodynamique à l'IST, Spécialité agroalimentaire

Introduction à la théorie quantique des champs