Special Issue "Geometry in Thermodynamics II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2018)
Prof. Dr. George Ruppeiner
New College of Florida, Division of Natural Sciences, 5800 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34243-2109, USA
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Interests: metric geometry in thermodynamics, fluid behavior, metastable liquid water, solid-like fluid properties, magnetic spin models, black holes, thermodynamic curvature, critical phenomena, and strongly interacting Fermi systems.
We reopen the call for submissions of manuscripts to the volume "Geometry in Thermodynamics." Our updated call is intended to accommodate a somewhat-expanded span of topics, new researchers in the field, as well as anyone else who would like to contribute at this point. We welcome articles on symplectic geometry, contact geometry, inner product geometry, metric geometry, information geometry, and Legendre invariant geometry. Applications can include finite-time thermodynamics, fluctuation phenomena, black hole thermodynamics, and phase transitions. In addition, we invite articles related to model evaluations, quantum phase transitions, stochastic thermodynamics, machine learning, control theory, computer vision, optimal transport theory, and Wasserstein geometry. Geometry of thermodynamics is a growing area of research, with many new contributions in a number of areas.
Prof. Dr. George Ruppeiner
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