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Even small variations in the ocean depth can strongly focus the energy transported by tsunami waves into random directions with severe implications on tsunami predictions.

Random focusing of tsunami waves

Even small variations in the ocean depth can strongly focus the energy transported by tsunami waves into random directions with severe implications on tsunami predictions. [more]
Electron transport in graphene nanostructures offers a unique blend of mesoscopic physics and relativistic dynamics. We use classical, semi-classical and quantum theories to explain complex phenomena, focusing on ballistic transport in the presence of magnetic fields.

Transport in Graphene

Electron transport in graphene nanostructures offers a unique blend of mesoscopic physics and relativistic dynamics. We use classical, semi-classical and quantum theories to explain complex phenomena, focusing on ballistic transport in the presence of magnetic fields. [more]
Branched flows occur in many natural systems that have pronounced anisotropies in their structure. Here the flow exhibits surprising properties and shows anomalous transport behaviour.

Anisotropic random media

Branched flows occur in many natural systems that have pronounced anisotropies in their structure. Here the flow exhibits surprising properties and shows anomalous transport behaviour. [more]
Bose-Einstein-condensates in optical lattices can form intrinsic localized modes, often called discrete breathers. We study how such breather states can be excited by generic inital conditions.

Self-trapping and localization of Bose-Einstein-condensates

Bose-Einstein-condensates in optical lattices can form intrinsic localized modes, often called discrete breathers. We study how such breather states can be excited by generic inital conditions. [more]
Waves propagating through weakly scattering complex media develop pronounced branched like structure leading to the formation of rogue waves.

Branched flow and statistics of extreme waves

Waves propagating through weakly scattering complex media develop pronounced branched like structure leading to the formation of rogue waves. [more]
 
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