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KULIC Igor

KULIC Igor

Mail : kulic_AT_unistra.fr
Téléphone : 03.88.41.41.43

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Bureau : C130
Equipe : Théorie et Simulation des Polymères

Research Topics (click to expand)

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Biophysics : DNA Packing, Transcription, Single Molecule Experiments, Molecular Motors and Intracellular Transport, Microtubule and Actin Conformational Polymorphism and Dynamics, Plant Motility

Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics : Brownian Ratchets, Transport of Active Particles, Hydrodynamics of Self-Propulsion

Physics of Biomimetic Materials and Actuators : DNA-based Machines, Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Motors, Smart Programmable Materials

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Publications

2016

Baschnagel, J., Meyer, H., Wittmer, J., Kulic, I., Mohrbach, H., Ziebert, F., et al. (2016). Semiflexible Chains at Surfaces: Worm-Like Chains and beyond. Polymers, 8(8), 35 pp.
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Bouzar, L., Muller, M. M., Gosselin, P., Kulic, I. M., & Mohrbach, H. (2016). Squeezed helical elastica. Eur. Phys. J. E, 39(11), 24 pp.
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Fierling, J., Johner, A., Kulic, I. M., Mohrbach, H., & Muller, M. M. (2016). How bio-filaments twist membranes. Soft Matter, 12(26), 5747–5757.
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Gosselin, P., Mohrbach, H., Kulic, I. M., & Ziebert, F. (2016). On complex, curved trajectories in microtubule gliding. Physica D-Nonlinear Phenomena, 318, 105–111.
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2015

Li, Q., Fuks, G., Moulin, E., Maaloum, M., Rawiso, M., Kulic, I., et al. (2015). Macroscopic contraction of a gel induced by the integrated motion of light-driven molecular motors. Nature Nanotechnology, 10(2), 161–165.
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Weysser, F., Benzerara, O., Johner, A., & Kulic, I. M. (2015). Topological energy storage of work generated by nanomotors. Soft Matter, 11(4), 732–740.
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Ziebert, F., Mohrbach, H., & Kulic, I. M. (2015). A nonequilibrium power balance relation for analyzing dissipative filament dynamics. European Physical Journal E, 38(12), 1–8.
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Ziebert, F., Mohrbach, H., & Kulic, I. M. (2015). Why Microtubules Run in Circles: Mechanical Hysteresis of the Tubulin Lattice. Physical Review Letters, 114(14).
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2014

Fierling, J., Mohrbach, H., Kulic, I., Lee, N. - K., & Johner, A. (2014). Biofilaments as annealed semi-flexible copolymers. Epl, 106(5).
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Fierling, J., Mueller, M. M., Mohrbach, H., Johner, A., & Kulic, I. M. (2014). Crunching biofilament rings. Epl, 107(6).
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Kahraman, O., Mohrbach, H., Mueller, M. M., & Kulic, I. M. (2014). Confotronic dynamics of tubular filaments. Soft Matter, 10(16), 2836–2847.
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Kulic, I. M., & Kulic, M. L. (2014). Theory of coherent van der Waals matter. Physical Review E, 90(6).
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2013

Kulic, I. M., & Kulic, M. L. (2013). Self-Assembly of Colloidal Superstructures in Coherently Fluctuating Fields. Physical Review Letters, 111(19).
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2012

Mohrbach, H., & Kulic, I. M. (2012). Solvable model for polymorphic dynamics of biofilaments. Physical Review E, 85(3).
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Mohrbach, H., Johner, A., & Kulic, I. M. (2012). Cooperative lattice dynamics and anomalous fluctuations of microtubules. European Biophysics Journal with Biophysics Letters, 41(2), 217–239.
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Nam, G. - M., Lee, N. - K., Mohrbach, H., Johner, A., & Kulic, I. M. (2012). Helices at interfaces. Epl, 100(2).
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2010

Mohrbach, H., Johner, A., & Kulic, I. M. (2010). Tubulin Bistability and Polymorphic Dynamics of Microtubules. Phys. Rev. Lett., 105(26), 268102.
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Sanchez, T., Kulic, I. M., & Dogic, Z. (2010). Circularization, photomechanical switching, and a supercoiling transition of actin filaments. Phys. Rev. Lett., 104(9), 098103.
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2009

Kulic, I. M., Mani, M., Mohrbach, H., Thaokar, R., & Mahadevan, L. (2009). Botanical ratchets. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-biological Sciences, 276(1665), 2243–2247.
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2008

Kulic, I. M., & Nelson, P. C. (2008). Hitchhiking through the cytoplasm. Europhysics Lett., 81(1), 18001.
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