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COSLOVICH Daniele      
Organism : Université Montpellier
Maître de Conférences
Doctoral advisor of : PARET J.,
Other research theme(s) or assignment(s) :
 - Transition vitreuse, hétérogénéité dynamique et vieillissement dans les systèmes a dynamique lente
Room: 272, Floor: 2, Build.: 13 - Site : Campus Triolet

National Administration:
  • Expert ANR
Local Administration:
  • Membre d'un pool d'experts
Curriculum Vitae:     
• 05-08: Ph.D. in Physics, University of Trieste
• 08-10: Postdoc, Vienna University of Technology
• 10- : Associate prof., University of Montpellier 2
Research Activities:     
• Theory and simulation of the glass transition
• Confined fluids
• Soft matter modeling
• High-performance computing
Research Topics:
  • Physics/Condensed Matter/Statistical Mechanics
  • Physics/Condensed Matter/Soft Condensed Matter
  • Physics/Condensed Matter/Disordered Systems and Neural Networks
  • Chemical Sciences/or physical chemistry
Latest scientific productions :
+ Assessing the structural heterogeneity of supercooled liquids through community inference doi link

Author(s): Paret J., Jack Robert L., Coslovich D.

(Article) Published: The Journal Of Chemical Physics, vol. 152 p.144502 (2020)
Links openAccess full text : arxiv

+ A localization transition underlies the mode-coupling crossover of glasses doi link

Author(s): Coslovich D., Ninarello A. S., Berthier L.

(Article) Published: Scipost Physics, vol. p.77 (2019)
Links openAccess full text : arxiv

+ A new characteristic temperature for glassy dynamics hal link

Author(s): Coslovich D.

Invited Conference: Viscous Liquids and the Glass Transition (XVI) (Holbaek, DK, 2019-05-09)

+ Towards a coherent picture of the mode-coupling glass crossover hal link

Author(s): Coslovich D.

Invited Conference: The Physical Society of Japan 2019 Annual (74th) Meeting (Fukuoka, JP, 2019-03-14)

. A sharper view of glass formation

Author(s): Coslovich D.

(Seminars) Department of Basic Science, University of Tokyo (Tokyo, JP), 2019-03-13