Publications

Submitted
(a) D. M. Sussman; [arXiv link] “cellGPU: massively parallel simulations of dynamic vertex models”

(b) D. M. Sussman, S. S. Schoenholz, E. D. Cubuk, and A. J. Liu ; [arXiv link] “Disconnecting structure and dynamics in glassy thin films”

(c) K. S. Schweizer and D. M. Sussman;  [arXiv link] “A Force-Level Theory of the Rheology of Entangled Rod and Chain Polymer Liquids. II. Perturbed Reptation, Stress Overshoot, Emergent Convective Constraint Release and Steady State Flow”

Journal Articles
(23) K. S. Schweizer and D. M. Sussman; J. Chem. Phys. 145, 214903 (2016) “A Force-Level Theory of the Rheology of Entangled Rod and Chain Polymer Liquids. I. Tube Deformation, Microscopic Yielding and the Nonlinear Elastic Limit”

(22) T. Castle, D. M. Sussman, M. Tanis, and R. D. Kamien; Sci. Adv. 2, e1601258 (2016) “Additive lattice kirigami”

(21) D. M. Sussman; Phys. Rev. E 94, 012503 (2016) “Spatial distribution of entanglements in thin free-standing films”

(20) D. M. Sussman, O. Stenull, T. C. Lubensky; Soft Matter 12, 6079 (2016) “Topological boundary modes in jammed matter”

(19) S. S. Schoenholz, E. D. Cubuk, D. M. Sussman, E. Kaxiras, and A. J. Liu; Nat. Phys 12, 469 (2016) “A structural approach to relaxation in glassy liquids”

(18D. M. Sussman, C. P. Goodrich, and A. J. Liu; Soft Matter 12, 3892 (2016) “Spatial organization of states of self-stress in jammed systems”

(17) D. M. Sussman, S. S. Schoenholz, Y. Xu, T. Still, A. G. Yodh, and A. J. Liu; Phys. Rev. E 92, 022307 (2015) “Strain fluctuations and elastic moduli in disordered solids”

(16) D. M. Sussman, Y. Cho, T. Castle, X. Gong, E. Jung, S. Yang, and R. D. Kamien; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 112, 7449 (2015). “Algorithmic lattice kirigami: a route to pluripotent materials”
See also a commentary on this paper at the Condensed Matter Journal Club

(15) D. M. Sussman, C. P. Goodrich, A. J. Liu, and S. R. Nagel; Soft Matter 11, 2745 (2015) “Disordered surface vibrations in jammed sphere packings” 

(14) I. Amburg, R. Sharma, D. M. Sussman, and W. K. Wootters; J. Math. Phys. 55, 122206 (2014) “States that “look the same” with respect to every basis in a mutually unbiased set”

(13) T. Castle, Y. Cho, X. Gong, E. Jung, D. M. Sussman, S. Yang, and R. D. Kamien; Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 245502 (2014) “Making the Cut: Lattice Kirigami Rules”

(12) M. A. Lohr, R. Ganit, T. Still, M. D. Gratale, K. B. Aptowicz, C. P. Goodrich, D. M. Sussman, and A. G. Yodh; Phys. Rev. E 90, 062305 (2014) “Vibrational and Structural Signatures of the Crossover Between Dense Glassy and Sparse Gel-Like Attractive Colloidal Packings”

(11) D. M. Sussman, W.-S. Tung, K. I. Winey, K. S. Schweizer, and R. A. Riggleman; Macromolecules, 47, 6462 (2014) “Entanglement Reduction and Anisotropic Chain and Primitive Path Conformations in Polymer Melts Under Thin Film and Cylindrical Confinement”

(10) D. A. Beller, T. Machon, S. Copar, D. M. Sussman, G. P. Alexander, R. D. Kamien, and R. A. Mosna; Phys. Rev. X 4, 031050 (2014) The Geometry of the Cholesteric Phase”

(9) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; J. Chem. Phys. 139, 234904 (2013) “Entangled polymer chain melts: Orientation and deformation dependent tube confinement and interchain entanglement elasticity”

(8) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Macromolecules 46, 5684 (2013) “Entangled Rigid Macromolecules Under Continuous Startup Shear Deformation: Consequences of a Microscopically Anharmonic Confining Tube”

(7) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 168306 (2012) “Microscopic theory of Entangled Polymer Melt Dynamcs: Flexible Chains as Primitive-Path Random Walks and Supercoarse Grained Needles”

(6) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Phys. Rev. E 85, 061504 (2012) “Space-time correlated two-particle hopping in glassy fluids: Structural relaxation, irreversibility, decoupling, and facilitation”

(5) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Macromolecules 45, 3270 (2012) “Microscopic Theory of Quiescent and Deformed Topologically Entangled Rod Solutions: General Formulation and Relaxation after Nonlinear Step Strain”

(4) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; J. Chem. Phys. Communication 135, 131104 (2011) “Effects of stress on the tube confinement potential for liquids of topologically entangled rigid macromolecules”

(3) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 078102 (2011) “Microscopic theory of the tube confinement potential for liquids of topologically entangled rigid macromolecules”

(2) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; Phys. Rev. E 83, 061501 (2011) “Microscopic theory of topologically entangled fluids of rigid macromolecules”

(1) D. M. Sussman and K. S. Schweizer; J. Chem. Phys. 134, 064516 (2011)Theory of correlated two-particle activated glassy dynamics: General formulation and heterogeneous structural relaxation in hard sphere fluids.

Conference Proceedings

(1) W. K. Wootters and D. M. Sussman,  Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing, edited by Osamu Hirota, Jeffrey H. Shapiro and Masahide Sasaki, pp. 269-274, (2007, NICT Press) Discrete phase space and minimum uncertainty States.” (arXiv link)