Dervis Can Vural
Assistant Professor of Physics
We are a theoretical group interested in the many body behavior of physical and biological systems in which disorder and strong interactions play an important role. Our research is driven by three fundamental questions: (1) Universality: To what extent do microscopic laws determine macroscopic behavior? (2) Statistics: How should microscopic laws be transformed into macroscopic laws? (3) Inversion: Can microscopic laws be uniquely determined from macroscopic observations?
To address such problems, we make use of computational and analytical tools. Systems of interest include disordered solids, complex networks, population genetics and evolution, inverse problems, reliability theory, swarms and active matter, and various foundational questions in quantum many-body theory and statistical mechanics.
- "Morphological Inversion of Complex Diffusion" Nguyen, V; Vural, D.C. Phys. Rev. E 2017, 96.3, 032314.
- "Iterative Control Strategies for Nonlinear Systems" Forte, G.; Vural, D.C. Phys. Rev. E 2017, 96.1, 012102.
- "Inferring Network Structure from Cascades" Ghonge, S.; Vural, D.C. Phys. Rev. E 2017, 96.1, 012319.
- "A Tissue Engineered Model of Aging" Interdependence and Cooperative Effects in Failing Tissues" Acun, A.; Vural, D.C.; Zorlutuna, P. Sci. Rep. 2017, 7.1, 5051.