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Active Brownian particles: From individual to collective stochastic dynamics,” Eur
 KAISER et al.: MECHANISMS OF CARRIER TRANSPORT INDUCED BY A MICROSWIMMER BATH 265
, 2012
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Heavy quark diffusion in strongly coupled anisotropic plasmas
 JHEP 1406 (2014) 047; [arXiv:1312.7474
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Spatially homogeneous solutions of the VlasovNordstromFokkerPlanck System
 Journal of Differential Equations
"... The VlasovNordströmFokkerPlanck system describes the evolution of selfgravitating matter experiencing collisions with a fixed background of particles in the framework of a relativistic scalar theory of gravitation. We study the spatiallyhomogeneous system and prove global existence and unique ..."
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The VlasovNordströmFokkerPlanck system describes the evolution of selfgravitating matter experiencing collisions with a fixed background of particles in the framework of a relativistic scalar theory of gravitation. We study the spatiallyhomogeneous system and prove global existence and uniqueness of solutions for the corresponding initial value problem in three momentum dimensions. Additionally, we study the long time asymptotic behavior of the system and prove that even in the absence of friction, solutions possess a nontrivial asymptotic profile. The admissible future attractors are given by spatiallyhomogeneous solutions of the associated ultrarelativistic FokkerPlanck equation evaluated at finite time. Finally, in the case of spherically symmetric initial data, we obtain an explicit representation for the asymptotic behavior.
THERMODYNAMICS OF CONTINUA: THE CHALLENGE OF UNIVERSALITY
"... The explanation of the apparent universality of thermodynamics points toward the extension of the usual conceptual background of the second law. Arguments are collected that a basic guiding idea of stability of thermodynamic equilibrium combined with a proper interpretation of the entropy principle ..."
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The explanation of the apparent universality of thermodynamics points toward the extension of the usual conceptual background of the second law. Arguments are collected that a basic guiding idea of stability of thermodynamic equilibrium combined with a proper interpretation of the entropy principle may provide the necessary solid foundation with verifiable consequences. 1