Hauptseminar Active Matter SS 2015/Gravitaxis of Active Particles (E)

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Gravitaxis of Active Particles (E)
Daniel Arnold
Tobias Bäuerle


In this topic the problem of the motion of active swimmers in presence of gravity is introduced. The different factors influencing gravitaxis, as well as the possible dynamical responses observed in natural and artificial swimmers, are discussed.


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