Soft condensed matter is a subfield of condensed matter comprising a variety of physical states that are easily deformed by thermal stresses or thermal fluctuations. They include liquids, colloids, polymers, foams, gels, granular materials, and a number of biological materials.
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Case Western Reserve University: Soft Condensed Matter Theory Group
Research on theoretical models and computer simulations of soft condensed matter systems, focusing on the connections between molecular and macroscopic behavior.
Harvard University: Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Group
The group of David A. Weitz works on the physics of soft condensed matter, materials which are easily deformable by external stresses, electric or magnetic fields, or even by thermal fluctuations.
Memorial University of Newfoundland: Self Assembly in Soft Matter
Structure and Kinetics and Material Science in Complex Fluids: Colloids, Liquid Crystals, Micro-emulsions, Surfactant Mesophases, Photonic Bandgap Materials.
A physics and chemistry wiki dedicated to the thermodynamics of simple liquids, complex fluids and soft condensed matter.
University of Cambridge: Biological and Soft Systems
The group at the Cavendish Laboratory aims to study, via experiment, theory and computer modelling, a diverse range of phenomena at the mesoscale.
University of Pennsylvania: Soft Condensed Matter Group
Index to this large group in soft condensed matter physics.
University of Utrecht: Soft Condensed Matter Department
Research is focused on the quantitative 3D real-space analysis and manipulation of colloidal structures and processes.
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