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Name: Dhananjay Ipparthi
Date of arrival in Brussels: 08th February, 2012
Home address: Rue des Vierges 58, 1000 Bruxelles
Telephone number: +32 483 382 207
- Three papers
Papers in progress
Updated March 2, 2017
- Yield Predictions for a Model of Homogeneous Parallel Aggregation
- Authors: Dhananjay Ipparthi, Andrew Winslow, Metin Sitti, Marco Dorigo, Massimo Mastrangeli.
- Target journal: Soft Matter
- Synopsis: Statistics to compare model and physical experiments.
- Project page: Theory of incompatible substructure problem
- Forecast submission: March 15, 2017
- Velocities of 2D constrained orbitally shaken particles are Rayleigh distributed
- Authors: Dhananjay Ipparthi, Tijmen Hageman, Nicolas Cambier, Metin Sitti, Marco Dorigo, Leon Abelmann and Massimo Mastrangeli
- Target journal: Advanced Physics Letters
- Synopsis: Experimental evidence that velocities of components constrained in 2D that are orbitally shaken are Rayleigh distributed
- Project page: Dynamics of self-assembly
- Draft to Massimo: March 7th, 2017
- Forecast submission: March 31, 2017
- 1, 2 and 3 order Chi-distribution
- Authors: Tijmen Hageman, Dhananjay Ipparthi, Marc Pichel, Per Arvid Loethman, Marco Dorigo, Massimo Mastrangeli and Leon Abelmann
- Target journal: TBD
- Synopsis: The velocity distribution of 1 particle shaken in 1D, 2D and 3D are respectively Gaussian, Rayleigh and Maxwell-Boltzman distributed. That is, their velocity distributions are nth order of Chi.
- Forecast submission: April 30, 2017
- Solutions to the incompatible substructures problem in macroscale systems
- Authors: Dhananjay Ipparthi, Andrew Winslow, Massimo Mastrangeli and Marco Dorigo
- Target journal:
- Synopsis: Presentation of the different approaches to the incompatible substurcture problem: modifying geometry, modifying bonding rules, conformational switching, high inertia particles, partitioning the container and self-assembly.
- Project pages: Conformational Switching, Use of a external agent to break incompatible substructures
- Missing: Conformational switching design still not working
- Forecast submission: July 31, 2017 (it will include parts of PPSN 2015 paper and parts of Theoretical Computer Science 2015 paper)
- Review of macroscale parallel self-assembling systems - Not sure it will be done
- Authors: Dhananjay Ipparthi, Massimo Mastrangeli and Marco Dorigo
- Target journal: Micromachines: Special Issue on Building by Self-Assembly
- Synopsis: An in-depth review of macroscale parallel self-assembling systems. Summaries, categorisations and differentiations of the various works till date. Provide open problems.
- Project page: Parallel self-assembling systems review paper