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Chemical Physics of Active Matter

Active matter composed of self-propelled particles has become an increasingly topical research arena in the field of non-equilibrium phenomena. Fascinating new physics such as spontaneous collective motion and motility induced phase separation have been reported and studied extensively. This special topic highlights the forefront of research in this interdisciplinary area between chemistry and physics.

Guest Editors: Hartmut Löwen and Olivier Dauchot

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Alexander Sukhov; Sebastian Ziegler; Qingguang Xie; Oleg Trosman; Jayant Pande; Galien Grosjean; Maxime Hubert; Nicolas Vandewalle; Ana-Sunčana Smith; Jens Harting
A. P. Bregulla; F. Cichos
W. Till Kranz; Ramin Golestanian
Julian Stürmer; Maximilian Seyrich; Holger Stark
W. E. Uspal; M. N. Popescu; S. Dietrich; M. Tasinkevych
Ludovic Berthier; Elijah Flenner; Grzegorz Szamel
Natsuhiko Yoshinaga
Fabian Jan Schwarzendahl; Marco G. Mazza
Eric W. Burkholder; John F. Brady
Yaouen Fily
René Wittmann; Frank Smallenburg; Joseph M. Brader
Miru Lee; Kai Szuttor; Christian Holm
D. Wenzel; S. Praetorius; A. Voigt
Helena Massana-Cid; Eloy Navarro-Argemí; Demian Levis; Ignacio Pagonabarraga; Pietro Tierno
Robin van Damme; Jeroen Rodenburg; René van Roij; Marjolein Dijkstra
John Toner
Tanwi Debnath; Pulak K. Ghosh; Yunyun Li; Fabio Marchesoni; Franco Nori
Rakesh Chatterjee; Nimrod Segall; Carl Merrigan; Kabir Ramola; Bulbul Chakraborty; Yair Shokef
Lucas Barberis; Fernando Peruani
Michael Kuron; Philipp Stärk; Christian Burkard; Joost de Graaf; Christian Holm
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