Matheus Lazarotto

Matheus Lazarotto
University of São Paulo | USP · Departament of Applied Physics

Bachelor of Science

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Introduction
Currently a PhD student in University of São Paulo and novice enthusiast of nonlinear dynamics and chaotic systems, now working on Hamiltonian models for optical latices. Experienced in computational simulations of biological systems, molecular dynamics and dynamical systems. Got its graduation (2016) and Master degree (2019) on physics both at University of São Paulo; the latter on the project "Theoretical study of the interaction between ionic liquid and phospholipid bilayers".
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April 2019 - December 2022
University of São Paulo
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (3)
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Spatial diffusion of particles in periodic potential models has provided a good framework for studying the role of chaos in global properties of classical systems. Here a bidimensional “soft” billiard, classically modeled from an optical lattice Hamiltonian system, is used to study diffusion transitions under variation of the control parameters. Su...
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Spatial diffusion of particles in periodic potential models has provided a good framework for studying the role of chaos in global properties of classical systems. Here a bidimensional ``soft'' billiard, classically modeled from an optical lattice hamiltonian system, is used to study diffusion transitions with the control parameters variation. Sudd...

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Project
Estudar o comportamento dinâmico de partículas em redes ópticas de potencial tipo bilhar, observando a transição para o caos e curvas de variedade.