Igor Aronson

Co-Director of the Center for Mathematics of Living and Mimetic Matter; Huck Chair Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry and Mathematics, Biomedical Engineering

Igor Aronson

Huck Institutes Affiliations

Publication Tags

Bacteria Magnetic Fields Locomotion Experiments Vortices Suspensions Liquid Crystals Polarization Defects Liquids Oxygen Substrates Manipulators Rods Diffusivity Viscosity Energy Explosions Momentum High Resolution Minimal Model Disorders Self Assembly Cells Turbulence

Most Recent Papers

Instability of expanding bacterial droplets

Andrey Sokolov, Leonardo Dominguez Rubio, John F. Brady, Igor S. Aranson, 2018, Nature Communications

Cold Active Motion

Fernando Peruani, Igor S. Aranson, 2018, Physical Review Letters

Tuning antimicrobial properties of biomimetic nanopatterned surfaces

Martyna Michalska, Francesca Gambacorta, Ralu Divan, Igor S. Aranson, Andrey Sokolov, Philippe Noirot, Philip D. Laible, 2018, Nanoscale on p. 6639-6650

Spontaneous topological charging of tactoids in a living nematic

Mikhail M. Genkin, Andrey Sokolov, Igor S. Aranson, 2018, New Journal of Physics

Active turbulence in a gas of self-assembled spinners

Gašper Kokot, Shibananda Das, Roland G. Winkler, Gerhard Gompper, Igor S. Aranson, Alexey Snezhko, 2017, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 12870-12875

Dynamic self-assembly and self-organized transport of magnetic micro-swimmers

Gašper Kokot, German V. Kolmakov, Igor S. Aranson, Alexey Snezhko, 2017, Scientific Reports

Parallel magnetic field suppresses dissipation in superconducting nanostrips

Yong Lei Wang, Andreas Glatz, Gregory J. Kimmel, Igor S. Aranson, Laxman R. Thoutam, Zhi Li Xiao, Golibjon R. Berdiyorov, François M. Peeters, George W. Crabtree, Wai Kwong Kwok, 2017, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. E10274-E10280

Minimal model of directed cell motility on patterned substrates

Matthew S. Mizuhara, Leonid Berlyand, Igor S. Aranson, 2017, Physical Review E

Focusing of active particles in a converging flow

Mykhailo Potomkin, Andreas Kaiser, Leonid Berlyand, Igor Aranson, 2017, New Journal of Physics

Direct Lattice Shaking of Bose Condensates

Brandon M. Anderson, Logan W. Clark, Jennifer Crawford, Andreas Glatz, Igor S. Aranson, Peter Scherpelz, Lei Feng, Cheng Chin, K. Levin, 2017, Physical Review Letters

High-Impact Papers

Swimming bacteria power microscopic gears

Andrey Sokolov, Mario M. Apodaca, Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Igor S. Aranson, 2010, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 969-974

Reduction of viscosity in suspension of swimming bacteria

Andrey Sokolov, Igor S. Aranson, 2009, Physical Review Letters

Magnetic manipulation of self-assembled colloidal asters

Alexey Snezhko, Igor S. Aranson, 2011, Nature Materials on p. 698-703

Living liquid crystals

Shuang Zhou, Andrey Sokolov, Oleg D. Lavrentovich, Igor S. Aranson, 2014, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 1265-1270

Self-assembled magnetic surface swimmers

A. Snezhko, M. Belkin, I. S. Aranson, W. K. Kwok, 2009, Physical Review Letters

Enhanced mixing and spatial instability in concentrated bacterial suspensions

Andrey Sokolov, Raymond E. Goldstein, Felix I. Feldchtein, Igor S. Aranson, 2009, Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics

Physical properties of collective motion in suspensions of bacteria

Andrey Sokolov, Igor S. Aranson, 2012, Physical Review Letters

Model for self-polarization and motility of keratocyte fragments

Falko Ziebert, Sumanth Swaminathan, Igor S. Aranson, 2012, Journal of the Royal Society Interface on p. 1084-1092

Emergence of agent swarm migration and vortex formation through inelastic collisions

D. Grossman, I. S. Aranson, E. Ben Jacob, 2008, New Journal of Physics

Nonlinear field equations for aligning self-propelled rods

Anton Peshkov, Igor S. Aranson, Eric Bertin, Hugues Chaté, Francesco Ginelli, 2012, Physical Review Letters