- SYMMETRY VS. CHAOS IN COLLECTIVE DYNAMICS2011 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Regularity-Induced Separation of Intrinsic and Collective Dynamics2010 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Geometric criterion for chaos in collective dynamics of nuclei2015 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Regular and Chaotic Collective Modes in Nuclei2011 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Chaotic dynamics in collective models of nuclei2010 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Understanding Chaos via Nuclei2014 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Quantum phase transitions in finite algebraic systems2011 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Driven transport of soft Brownian particles through pore-like structures: Effective size method2021 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Counterintuitive Short Uphill Transitions in Single-File Diffusion2019 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Measurement of event-plane correlations in root s(NN)=2.76 TeV lead-lead collisions with the ATLAS detector2014 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Excited-state quantum phase transitions in systems with two degrees of freedom. III. Interacting boson systems2019 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Single-file transport in periodic potentials: The Brownian asymmetric simple exclusion process2019 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Observation of prompt J/psi meson elliptic flow in high-multiplicity pPb collisions at root s(NN)=8.16 TeV2019 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- A general model of opinion formation2022 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Humanities
- Hydrodynamic interactions hinder transport of flow-driven colloidal particles2022 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Nonequilibrium Transport and Phase Transitions in Driven Diffusion of Interacting Particles2020 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics