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    • Controlling active brownian particles in complex settings 

      Velu S.K.P.; Pinçe E.; Callegari A.; Elahi P.; Gigan S.; Volp G.; Volp G. (OSA - The Optical Society, 2017)
      We show active Brownian particles (passive Brownian particles in a bacterial bath) switches between two long-term behaviors, i.e. gathering and dispersal of individuals, in response to the statistical properties of the ...
    • Simulation of active Brownian particles in optical potentials 

      Volpe, G.; Gigan, S.; Volpe, G. (S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, 2014)
      Optical forces can affect the motion of a Brownian particle. For example, optical tweezers use optical forces to trap a particle at a desirable position. Unlike passive Brownian particles, active Brownian particles, also ...