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Deep Understanding Achieved on the 3d Ising Model

Solving the 3d Ising Model with the Conformal Bootstrap II. c-Minimization and Precise Critical Exponents. Authors: Sheer El-Showk, Miguel F. Paulos, David Poland, Slava Rychkov, David Simmons-Duffin, Alessandro Vichi. arXiv:1403.4545(2014) Recommended with a commentary by Leo P. Kadanoff, University of Chicago and The Perimeter Institute. |View Commentary| DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_April_2014_02 https://doi.org/10.36471/JCCM_April_2014_02

Correspondents prior to last two years

Elihu Abrahams, Rutgers University | View Contributions | Vivek Aji, University of California, Riverside |  View Contributions | Jason Alicea, California Institute of Technology | View Contributions | Philip Anderson, Princeton University, Princeton | View Contributions | Arezoo M. Ardekani, University of Notre Dame | View Contributions | Aparna Baskaran, Brandeis University | View Contributions | Robert […]

Turbulent heat transport near critical points: Non-Boussinesq effects

Authors: Denis Funfschilling and Guenter Ahlers http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0601398 Recommended and Commentary by Leo P. Kadanoff, University of Chicago. The authors of this article have informed Professor Kadanoff that there is an error in part of their paper and that they are withdrawing their paper.  Professor Kadanoff therefore also has withdrawn his commentary on the paper. (JCCM_Feb06_02)

1. Pulled Fronts and the Reproductive Individual Fluctuation-regularized Front Propagation Dynamics / 2. An exactly soluble noisy traveling wave equation appearing in the problem of directed polymers in a random medium

1. Pulled Fronts and the Reproductive Individual Fluctuation-regularized Front Propagation Dynamics Authors: Elisheva Cohen, David A. Kessler and Herbert Levine http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0406336 2. An exactly soluble noisy traveling wave equation appearing in the problem of directed polymers in a random medium Authors: Eric Brunet and Bernard Derrida http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0409261 Recommended and Commentary by Leo P. Kadanoff, University […]

Nanohydrodynamic simulations: An atomistic view of the Rayleigh Taylor instability

Authors: Kai Kadau, Tomothy C. Germann, Nicolas G. Hadjiconstantinou, Peter S. Lomgahl, Guy Dimonte, Brad Lee Holian, and Berni J. Alder PNAS Vol 101 pages 5851-5855 (2004) Recommended and a Commentary by Leo Kadanoff, University of Chicago. | View Commentary (pdf) | (JCCM_Jun04_04)

Conformal Field Theories in Random Domain and Stochastic Loewner Equations

Authors: Authors: Ilya A. Gruzberg and Leo P. Kadanoff http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0309292 Recommended and a Commentary by Dima Khlemnitski, University of Cambridge. | View Commentary (pdf) | (JCCM_Nov03_03)

Drag Reduction by Polymers in Wall Bounded Turbulence

Authors: Victor S. L’vov, Anna Pomyalov, Itamar Procaccia and Vasil Tiberkevich http://arXiv.org/nlin.CD/0307034. Recommended and a Commentary by: Leo Kadanoff , University of Chicago. | View Commentary (pdf) | JCCM_oct03_01

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