John Toner

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University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Condensed matter physics
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https://physics.uoregon.edu/profile/jjt/
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Chen L, Lee CF, Toner J. (2020) Universality class for a nonequilibrium state of matter: A d=4-ε expansion study of Malthusian flocks. Physical Review. E. 102: 022610
Chen L, Lee CF, Toner J. (2020) Moving, Reproducing, and Dying Beyond Flatland: Malthusian Flocks in Dimensions d>2. Physical Review Letters. 125: 098003
Mackay F, Toner J, Morozov A, et al. (2020) Darcy's Law without Friction in Active Nematic Rheology. Physical Review Letters. 124: 187801
Toner J. (2019) Giant number fluctuations in dry active polar fluids: A shocking analogy with lightning rods. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 154120
Toner J, Guttenberg N, Tu Y. (2018) Swarming in the Dirt: Ordered Flocks with Quenched Disorder. Physical Review Letters. 121: 248002
Ferreiro-Córdova C, Toner J, Löwen H, et al. (2018) Long-time anomalous swimmer diffusion in smectic liquid crystals. Physical Review. E. 97: 062606
Toner J, Guttenberg N, Tu Y. (2018) Hydrodynamic theory of flocking in the presence of quenched disorder Physical Review E. 98: 62604
Chen L, Lee CF, Toner J. (2018) Squeezed in three dimensions, moving in two: Hydrodynamic theory of three-dimensional incompressible easy-plane polar active fluids Physical Review E. 98
Chen L, Lee CF, Toner J. (2018) Incompressible polar active fluids in the moving phase in dimensions d > 2 New Journal of Physics. 20: 113035
Green R, Toner J, Vitelli V. (2017) Geometry of thresholdless active flow in nematic microfluidics Physical Review Fluids. 2
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