Erik Edlund

Researcher at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory, Physical Resource Theory 2

Erik Edlund is a PhD-student in the Complex Systems group since 2010 and works mainly on developing theory for self-assembling systems. This field aims for a fundamental shift in materials science and fabrication by moving the focus from top-down techniques to a method where constituents are designed such that they spontaneously form desired structures. The group uses a combination of analytically solvable models from statistical physics and Monte Carlo simulations. Erik lectures in the course Simulation of Complex Systems.

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Showing 10 publications

2015

A design path for the hierarchical self-assembly of patchy colloidal particles

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Soft Matter. Vol. 11 (19), p. 3913-3919
Journal article
2014

Exactly Solvable Models for Self-Assembly

Erik Edlund
Doctoral thesis
2014

Predicting self-assembled patterns on spheres with multicomponent coatings

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Soft Matter. Vol. 10 (17), p. 2955-2960
Journal article
2013

Using the uncertainty principle to design simple interactions for targeted self-assembly

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Journal of Chemical Physics. Vol. 139 (2), p. 024107-
Journal article
2012

Chiral Surfaces Self-Assembling in One-Component Systems with Isotropic Interactions

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 108 (16), p. 165502-
Journal article
2011

Designing Isotropic Interactions for Self-Assembly of Complex Lattices

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 107 (8), p. 085503-
Journal article
2011

Novel Self-Assembled Morphologies from Isotropic Interactions

Erik Edlund, Oskar Lindgren, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 107 (8), p. 085501-
Journal article
2011

Spectral Methods for Self-Assembly

Erik Edlund
Licentiate thesis
2010

Universality of Striped Morphologies

Erik Edlund, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 105 (13), p. 137203-
Journal article
2010

Renormalization of Cellular Automata and Self-Similarity

Erik Edlund, Martin Nilsson Jacobi
Journal of Statistical Physics. Vol. 139 (6), p. 972-984
Journal article

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