Mykyta Chubynsky – Publications


28. M. V. Chubynsky and G. W. Slater, Electrophoresis of heteropolymers. Effect of stiffness, Macromolecules 48, 5899 (2015).
27. M. V. Chubynsky and G. W. Slater, Diffusing diffusivity: A model for anomalous, yet Brownian, diffusion, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 098302 (2014).
26. M. V. Chubynsky and G. W. Slater, Theory of end-labeled free-solution electrophoresis: Is the end effect important?, Electrophoresis 35, 596 (2014).
25. H. W. de Haan, M. V. Chubynsky, and G. W. Slater, Monte Carlo approaches for simulating a particle at a diffusivity interface and the “Ito-Stratonovich dilemma, arXiv:1208.5081 (2012).
24. M. V. Chubynsky and G. W. Slater, Optimizing the accuracy of lattice Monte Carlo algorithms for simulating diffusion, Phys. Rev. E 85, 016709 (2012)
23. H. W. de Haan, M. G. Gauthier, M. V. Chubynsky, and G. W. Slater, The importance of introducing a waiting time for lattice Monte Carlo simulations of a polymer translocation process, Comput. Phys. Commun. 182, 29 (2011)
22. G. W. Slater, C. Holm, M. V. Chubynsky, H. W. de Haan, A. Dubé, K. Grass, O. A. Hickey, C. Kingsburry, D. Sean, T. N. Shendruk and L. Zhan, Modeling the separation of macromolecules: A review of current computer simulation methods, Electrophoresis 30, 792-818 (2009)
21. M. V. Chubynsky, Characterizing the intermediate phases of elastic networks through topological analysis, Rigidity and Boolchand intermediate phases in nanomaterials, edited by M. Micoulaut and M. Popescu (2009); also available on arXiv.org, 0807.2887v1.
20. M. V. Chubynsky, B. M. Hespenheide, D. J. Jacobs, L. A. Kuhn, M. Lei, and S. Menor, Constraint theory applied to proteins, Nanotechnology Research Journal 2, 61 (2008) (reprinting of pub. 17)
19. M. V. Chubynsky and M. F. Thorpe, Algorithms for three-dimensional rigidity analysis and a first-order percolation transition, Phys. Rev. E 76, 041135 (2007)
18. M.-A. Brière, M. V. Chubynsky, and N. Mousseau, Self-organized criticality in the intermediate phase of rigidity percolation, Phys. Rev. E 75, 056108 (2007)
17. M. Chubynsky, B. Hespenheide, D. J. Jacobs, L. A. Kuhn, M. Lei, S. Menor, A. J. Rader, M. F. Thorpe, W. Whiteley, and M. I. Zavodszky, Constraint theory applied to proteins, Nano-Scale Materials: From Science to Technology (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, 2006)
16. M. V. Chubynsky, H. Vocks, G. T. Barkema, and N. Mousseau, Exploiting memory in event-based simulations, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 352, 4424-4429 (2006)
15. M. V. Chubynsky, M.-A. Brière, and N. Mousseau, Self-organization with equilibration: a model for the intermediate phase in rigidity percolation, Phys. Rev. E 74, 016116 (2006)
14. H. Vocks, M. V. Chubynsky, G. T. Barkema, and N. Mousseau, Activated sampling in complex materials at finite temperature: The properly obeying probability activation-relaxation technique, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 244707 (2005)
13. M. F. Thorpe, M. Chubynsky, B. Hespenheide, S. Menor, D. J. Jacobs, L. A. Kuhn, M. I. Zavodszky, M. Lei, A. J. Rader, and W. Whiteley, Flexibility in biomolecules, Current Topics in Physics, In Honor of Sir Roger J. Elliott., edited by R.A. Barrio and K.K. Kaski (Imperial College Press, London, 2005), Chapter 6, pp. 97-112.
12. M. V. Chubynsky and M. F. Thorpe, Mean-field conductivity in a certain class of networks, Phys. Rev. E 71, 056105 (2005)
11. M. V. Chubynsky and M. F. Thorpe, Rigidity percolation and the chemical threshold in network glasses, Physics and Applications of Disordered Materials, edited by M.A. Popescu (INOE Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania, 2002), pp. 229-240
10. M. V. Chubynsky and M. F. Thorpe, Self-organization and rigidity in network glasses, Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science 5, 525-532 (2001)
9. M. F. Thorpe and M. V. Chubynsky, The intermediate phase and self-organization in network glasses, Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Electronic and Molecular Materials, edited by J. C. Phillips and M. F. Thorpe (Plenum/Kluwer, New York, 2001), pp. 43-64
8. M. F. Thorpe, D. J. Jacobs, M. V. Chubynsky, and J. C. Phillips, Non-randomness in network glasses and rigidity, Glass Physics and Chemistry 27, 160-166 (2001) (essentially, reprinting of pub. 4)
7. M. F. Thorpe and M. V. Chubynsky, Rigidity and self-organization of network glasses and the intermediate phase, Properties and Applications of Amorphous Materials, NATO Science Series (Plenum/Kluwer, 2001), pp. 61-96
6. M. F. Thorpe, M. V. Chubynsky, D. J. Jacobs, and J. C. Phillips, Rigidity and flexibility in network glasses, 15th Greek National Conference on Solid State Physics, edited by A. Zdetsis (Praktika, Patra, Greece, 2000), pp. 171-181 (essentially, reprinting of pub. 4)
5. M. F. Thorpe, D. J. Jacobs, M. V. Chubynsky, and J. C. Phillips, The intermediate phase in chalcogenide glasses, 13th Conference on Glass and Ceramics, v. 1, Glass, edited by B. Samuneva, S. Bachvarov, I. Gutzov, and Y. Dimitriev (Publishing House Science Invest, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2000), pp. 44-54 (essentially, reprinting of pub. 4)
4. M. F. Thorpe, D. J. Jacobs, M. V. Chubynsky, and J. C. Phillips, Self-organization in network glasses, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 266-269, 859-866 (2000)
3. M. F. Thorpe, D. J. Jacobs, N. V. Chubynsky, and A. J. Rader, Generic rigidity of network glasses, in Rigidity Theory and Applications, edited by M. F. Thorpe and P. M. Duxbury (Plenum, New York, 1999), pp. 239-277
2. S. P. Repetsky, Ye. G. Len', and N. V. Chubinsky, Cluster expansion for the Green's function of disordered alloy. Going beyond the one-band approximation and diagonal disorder approximation, Met. Phys. Adv. Tech. 17, 867-883 (1997)
1. N. I. Zadorozhnii, N. E. Kornienko, N. I. Konopaltseva, A. M. Sytcheva, and N. V. Chubinskii, Wideband tunable and multiple noncritical phase matchings in nonlinear optics, SPIE Proceedings, v. 2700, 105-115 (1996)