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Julien Barré

CNLS Director's Postdoctoral Fellow
T-11/CNLS

Statistical Mechanics

Julien Barre

Office: TA-3, Bldg. 1690, Rm 132
Mail Stop: B258
Phone: (505) 664-0117
Fax: (505) 665-2659

jbarre@lanl.gov
home page

Educational Background/Employment:
  • B.S. École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France), 1998.
  • Ph.D École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France) and Universita di Firenze (Italy), 2003.
  • Director's Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Lab, 2002–present

Research Interests:

  • Statistical mechanics of long range interacting systems (self gravitating systems, vortices, wave and particles systems...), at and out of equilibrium.
  • Non-linear dynamics of discrete systems.
  • Rigidity percolation, and its links with experiments on network glasses.
  • Dynamical elastic defects (dynamical generalization of the classic Eshelby problem), and their interactions.

Selected Recent Publications:

  1. J. Barré, A. Bishop, T. Lookman, A. Saxena, On adaptability and “intermediate phase” in randomly connected networks, cond-mat/0408385.
  2. J. Barré, A. Bishop, T. Lookman, A. Saxena, The cavity method for the rigidity transition, Journal of Statistical Physics, in print (2005).
  3. F. Bouchet, J. Barré, Classification of phase transitions and ensemble inequivalence in systems with long range interactions, Journal of Statistical Physics, in print (2005).
  4. J. Barré, T. Dauxois, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, Statistical theory of high-gain Free Electron Laser saturation, Phys. Rev. E, 69, 045501 (2004).
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