Dervis Can Vural

Assistant Professor
Condensed Matter and Biophysics

B.S., Physics, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2002
M.S., Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004
Ph.D., Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011

Web Page: Dervis Can Vural

E-mail: dvural@nd.edu
Office address: 384G
Office phone: 574-631-6977

Research Interests

Derviş Can Vural is interested in systems where (1) disorder and (2) strong interactions plays an important role. He uses analytic and computational approaches to solve many-body problems in statistical mechanics, condensed matter physics, and theoretical biology. Research themes include complex networks, population genetics and evolution, disordered / soft materials, many-body quantum mechanics, inverse problems, reliability theory, swarms and active matter.

Selected Publications

N. Rupprecht, D.C. Vural, Collective Motion of Predictive Swarms, PLoS ONE, 12(10), e0186785 (2017)

V. Nguyen, D.C. Vural, Morphological Inversion of Complex Diffusion, Physical Review E, 96.3 (2017): 032314

G. Forte, D.C. Vural, Iterative Control Strategies for Nonlinear Systems, Physical Review E, 96.1 (2017): 012102

S. Ghonge, D.C. Vural, Inferring Network Structure from Cascades, Physical Review E, 96.1 (2017): 012319

D. Suma, A. Acun, P. Zorlutuna, D.C. Vural. Interdependence theory of tissue failure: bulk and boundary effects. Royal Society open science. 2018 Feb 1;5(2):171395


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