PUBLICATIONS

PREPRINT
  • C. N. Kaplan, P. A. Korevaar, J. Aizenberg, “Theory of complex signal processing in hydrogels.” to be submitted (2020).

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • P. A. Korevaar, C. N. Kaplan, A. Grinthal, R. M. Rust, J. Aizenberg, “Non-equilibrium signal integration in hydrogels.”  Nature Communications 11, 386 (2020). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan*, W. L. Noorduin*, L. Li, R. Sadza, L. Folkertsma, J. Aizenberg, L. Mahadevan, “Controlled growth and form of precipitating microsculptures.” Science 355, 1395 (2017). (*equal contribution) [link]

  • S. Srinivasan, C. N. Kaplan, L. Mahadevan, “A multiphase theory for spreading microbial swarms and films.”

    eLife 8, e42697 (2019). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, L. Mahadevan, “Evaporation-driven ring and film deposition from colloidal droplets.”

    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 781, R2 (2015). [link]

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
PROCEEDINGS
  • T. Gibaud, C. N. Kaplan, P. Sharma, A. Ward, M. J. Zakhary, R. Oldenbourg, R. B. Meyer, R. D. Kamien, T. R. Powers, Z. Dogic, “Achiral symmetry breaking and positive Gaussian modulus lead to scalloped colloidal membranes.” PNAS 114, E3376 (2017). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, N. Wu, S. Mandre, J. Aizenberg, L. Mahadevan, “Dynamics of evaporative colloidal patterning.” Physics of Fluids 27, 092105 (2015). [link]

  • M. J. Zakhary, T. Gibaud, C. N. Kaplan, E. Barry, R. Oldenbourg, R. B. Meyer, Z. Dogic, “Imprintable membranes from incomplete chiral coalescence.” Nature Communications 5, 3063 (2014). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, R. B. Meyer, “Colloidal membranes of hard rods: unified theory of free edge structure and twist walls.” Soft Matter 10, 4700 (2014). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, T. Gibaud, R. B. Meyer, “Intrinsic curvature determines the crinkled edges of crenellated disks.”
    Soft Matter 9, 8210 (2013). [link]

  • D. J. Bonthuis, K. F. Rinne, K. Falk, C. N. Kaplan, D. Horinek, A. N. Berker, L. Bocquet, R. R. Netz, “Theory and simulations of water flow through carbon nanotubes: prospects and pitfalls.”
    Journal of  Physics: Condensed Matter 23, 184110 (2011). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, H. Tu, R. A. Pelcovits, R. B. Meyer, “Theory of depletion induced phase transition from chiral smectic A twisted ribbons to semi–infinite flat membranes” Physical Review E 82, 021701 (2010). [link]

  • D. J. Bonthuis, K. Falk, C. N. Kaplan, D. Horinek, A. N. Berker, L. Bocquet, R. R. Netz, “Comment on pumping of confined water in carbon nanotubes by rotation-translation coupling.”
    Physical Review Letters 105, 209401 (2010). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, M. Hinczewski, A. N. Berker, “Infinitely robust order and local order-parameter tulips in Apollonian networks with quenched disorder.” Physical Review E 79, 061120 (2009). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, A. N. Berker, M. Hinczewski, “Frustrated further-neighbor antiferromagnetic and electron-hopping interactions in the d = 3 t-J model: Finite-temperature global phase diagrams from renormalization-group theory.” Physical Review B 80, 214529 (2009). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, A. N. Berker, “Quantum-mechanically induced asymmetry in the phase diagrams of spin-glass systems” Physical Review Letters 100, 027204 (2008). [link]

  • C. N. Kaplan, J. Aizenberg, “Morphing hard and soft bioinspired materials by reaction-transport dynamics.”
    25th Solvay Conference in Chemistry (to appear in 2020).

  • C. N. Kaplan, “Theory of chiral smectic A liquid crystalline membranes.” Physica A 389, 2962-2965 (2010), Proceedings of the Nihat Berker 60th Birthday Symposium. [link]

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