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*W. Wang, L. A. Castro, M. Hoyos, and T. E. Mallouk, ACS Nano 6, 6122 (2012).
 
*W. Wang, L. A. Castro, M. Hoyos, and T. E. Mallouk, ACS Nano 6, 6122 (2012).
 
*A. Bricard, J.-B. Caussin, N. Desreumaux, O. Dauchot, and D. Bartolo, Nature 503, 95 (2013).
 
*A. Bricard, J.-B. Caussin, N. Desreumaux, O. Dauchot, and D. Bartolo, Nature 503, 95 (2013).
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*Z. Izri, M. N. van der Linden, S. Michelin, and O. Dauchot, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 248302 (2014)

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Date
Topic
Other Types of Artificial Microswimmers (E)
Speaker
Julia Riede

Contents

In this topic, an overview of alternative mechanisms to generate self-propelled motion is given. Their advantages over conventional phoretic phenomena in order to create artificial microswimmers are discussed.

Literature

  • F. Peters, L. Lobry, A. Khayari, and E. Lemaire, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 194905 (2009).
  • W. Wang, L. A. Castro, M. Hoyos, and T. E. Mallouk, ACS Nano 6, 6122 (2012).
  • A. Bricard, J.-B. Caussin, N. Desreumaux, O. Dauchot, and D. Bartolo, Nature 503, 95 (2013).
  • Z. Izri, M. N. van der Linden, S. Michelin, and O. Dauchot, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 248302 (2014)