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Thermodynamic efficiency in dissipative chemistry Penocchio, Emanuele ; ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Nature Communications (2019), 10(1), 1-5 Detailed reference viewed: 89 (2 UL)Micro-reversibility and thermalization with collisional baths ; Esposito, Massimiliano ; et al in Cornell University (2019) Detailed reference viewed: 106 (4 UL)Thermodynamics of Chemical Waves Avanzini, Francesco ; Falasco, Gianmaria ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Cornell University (2019) Detailed reference viewed: 362 (4 UL)Thermodynamics of Majority-Logic Decoding in Information Erasure ; Herpich, Tim ; et al in Entropy (2019), 21(3), 284 Detailed reference viewed: 188 (6 UL)Universality in driven Potts models Herpich, Tim ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review. E. (2019) Detailed reference viewed: 210 (8 UL)Thermodynamics of Quantum Information Flows ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review Letters (2019), 122(15), Detailed reference viewed: 101 (2 UL)Non-Markovianity and negative entropy production rates ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review. E. (2019), 99(1), Detailed reference viewed: 102 (2 UL)Effective Fluctuation and Response Theory Polettini, Matteo ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Journal of Statistical Physics (2019), 176(1), 94-168 Detailed reference viewed: 129 (3 UL)Negative differential response in chemical reactions Falasco, Gianmaria ; Cossetto, Tommaso ; Penocchio, Emanuele et al in New Journal of Physics (2019), 21 Detailed reference viewed: 172 (18 UL)Landau-Zener Lindblad equation and work extraction from coherences ; Esposito, Massimiliano ; in Physical Review. E. (2019), 99(4), Detailed reference viewed: 81 (3 UL)Large deviations and dynamical phase transitions in stochastic chemical networks ; Cossetto, Tommaso ; Falasco, Gianmaria et al in Journal of Chemical Physics (2019), 151(6), Detailed reference viewed: 262 (1 UL)Collective Power: Minimal Model for Thermodynamics of Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions Herpich, Tim ; ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review. X (2018), 8(3), 031056 We propose a thermodynamically consistent minimal model to study synchronization which is made of driven and interacting three-state units. This system exhibits at the mean-field level two bifurcations ... [more ▼] We propose a thermodynamically consistent minimal model to study synchronization which is made of driven and interacting three-state units. This system exhibits at the mean-field level two bifurcations separating three dynamical phases: a single stable fixed point, a stable limit cycle indicative of synchronization, and multiple stable fixed points. These complex emergent dynamical behaviors are understood at the level of the underlying linear Markovian dynamics in terms of metastability, i.e. the appearance of gaps in the upper real part of the spectrum of the Markov generator. Stochastic thermodynamics is used to study the dissipated work across dynamical phases as well as across scales. This dissipated work is found to be reduced by the attractive interactions between the units and to nontrivially depend on the system size. When operating as a work-to- work converter, we find that the maximum power output is achieved far-from-equilibrium in the synchronization regime and that the efficiency at maximum power is surprisingly close to the linear regime prediction. Our work shows the way towards building a thermodynamics of nonequilibrium phase transitions in conjunction to bifurcation theory. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 404 (24 UL)Information Thermodynamics of Turing Patterns Falasco, Gianmaria ; Rao, Riccardo ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review Letters (2018) e set up a rigorous thermodynamic description of reaction-diffusion systems driven out of equilibrium by time-dependent space-distributed chemostats. Building on the assumption of local equilibrium ... [more ▼] e set up a rigorous thermodynamic description of reaction-diffusion systems driven out of equilibrium by time-dependent space-distributed chemostats. Building on the assumption of local equilibrium, nonequilibrium thermodynamic potentials are constructed exploiting the symmetries of the chemical network topology. It is shown that the canonical (resp. semigrand canonical) nonequilibrium free energy works as a Lyapunov function in the relaxation to equilibrium of a closed (resp. open) system and its variation provides the minimum amount of work needed to manipulate the species concentrations. The theory is used to study analytically the Turing pattern formation in a prototypical reaction-diffusion system, the one-dimensional Brusselator model, and to classify it as a genuine thermodynamic nonequilibrium phase transition. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 271 (6 UL)Response functions as quantifiers of non-Markovianity Strasberg, Philipp ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Physical Review Letters (2018) Quantum non-Markovianity is crucially related to the study of dynamical maps, which are usually derived for initially factorized system-bath states. We here demonstrate that linear response theory also ... [more ▼] Quantum non-Markovianity is crucially related to the study of dynamical maps, which are usually derived for initially factorized system-bath states. We here demonstrate that linear response theory also provides a way to derive dynamical maps, but for initially correlated (and in general entangled) states. Importantly, these maps are always time-translational invariant and allow for a much simpler quantification of non-Markovianity compared to previous approaches. We apply our theory to the Caldeira-Leggett model, for which our quantifier is valid beyond linear response and can be expressed analytically. We find that a classical Brownian particle coupled to an Ohmic bath can already exhibit non-Markovian behaviour, a phenomenon related to the initial state preparation procedure. Furthermore, for a peaked spectral density we demonstrate that there is no monotonic relation between our quantifier and the system-bath coupling strength, the sharpness of the peak or the resonance frequency in the bath. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 186 (3 UL)Detailed Fluctuation Theorems: A Unifying Perspective ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Entropy (2018) We present a general method to identify an arbitrary number of fluctuating quantities which satisfy a detailed fluctuation theorem for all times within the framework of time-inhomogeneous Markovian jump ... [more ▼] We present a general method to identify an arbitrary number of fluctuating quantities which satisfy a detailed fluctuation theorem for all times within the framework of time-inhomogeneous Markovian jump processes. In doing so, we provide a unified perspective on many fluctuation theorems derived in the literature. By complementing the stochastic dynamics with a thermodynamic structure (i.e., using stochastic thermodynamics), we also express these fluctuating quantities in terms of physical observables. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 254 (2 UL)Thermodynamically consistent coarse graining of biocatalysts beyond Michaelis–Menten Wachtel, Artur ; Rao, Riccardo ; Esposito, Massimiliano in New Journal of Physics (2018), 20(4), 042002 Starting from the detailed catalytic mechanism of a biocatalyst we provide a coarse-graining procedure which, by construction, is thermodynamically consistent. This procedure provides stoichiometries ... [more ▼] Starting from the detailed catalytic mechanism of a biocatalyst we provide a coarse-graining procedure which, by construction, is thermodynamically consistent. This procedure provides stoichiometries, reaction fluxes (rate laws), and reaction forces (Gibbs energies of reaction) for the coarse-grained level. It can treat active transporters and molecular machines, and thus extends the applicability of ideas that originated in enzyme kinetics. Our results lay the foundations for systematic studies of the thermodynamics of large-scale biochemical reaction networks. Moreover, we identify the conditions under which a relation between one-way fluxes and forces holds at the coarse-grained level as it holds at the detailed level. In doing so, we clarify the speculations and broad claims made in the literature about such a general flux–force relation. As a further consequence we show that, in contrast to common belief, the second law of thermodynamics does not require the currents and the forces of biochemical reaction networks to be always aligned. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 264 (10 UL)Conservation Laws Shape Dissipation Rao, Riccardo ; Esposito, Massimiliano in New Journal of Physics (2018), 20 Starting from the most general formulation of stochastic thermodynamics—i.e. a thermodynamically consistent nonautonomous stochastic dynamics describing systems in contact with several reservoirs —we ... [more ▼] Starting from the most general formulation of stochastic thermodynamics—i.e. a thermodynamically consistent nonautonomous stochastic dynamics describing systems in contact with several reservoirs —we define a procedure to identify the conservative and the minimal set of nonconservative contributions in the entropy production. The former is expressed as the difference between changes caused by time-dependent drivings and a generalized potential difference. The latter is a sum over the minimal set of flux-force contributions controlling the dissipative flows across the system. When the system is initially prepared at equilibrium (e.g. by turning off drivings and forces), a finite-time detailed fluctuation theorem holds for the different contributions. Our approach relies on identifying the complete set of conserved quantities and can be viewed as the extension of the theory of generalized Gibbs ensembles to nonequilibrium situations. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 214 (12 UL)Detailed Fluctuation Theorems: A Unifying Perspective ; Esposito, Massimiliano in Entropy (2018), 20(9), Detailed reference viewed: 52 (0 UL)Quantum thermodynamics of the resonant-level model with driven system-bath coupling Haughian, Patrick ; Esposito, Massimiliano ; Schmidt, Thomas in Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter (2018), 97 Detailed reference viewed: 321 (26 UL)Fermionic reaction coordinates and their application to an autonomous Maxwell demon in the strong-coupling regime ; ; Schmidt, Thomas et al in Physical Review. B (2018), 97(20), Detailed reference viewed: 179 (7 UL) |
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