Faculty Profiles

Patrick Charbonneau
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Office: 
5329 French Science, 124 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 613-6261
Fax: 
(919) 660-1605

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., Harvard University 2006

B.S., McGill University (Canada) 2001

Research Areas:
Theoretical, Physical, Nanoscience and Materials

Zhang, K, and Charbonneau, P. "[N]pT ensemble and finite-size-scaling study of the critical isostructural transition in the generalized exponential model of index 4." Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 86.4 (2012). Full Text Open Access Copy

Charbonneau, B, Charbonneau, P, and Tarjus, G. "Geometrical frustration and static correlations in a simple glass former." Physical Review Letters 108.3 (2012). Full Text Open Access Copy

Charbonneau, P, Ikeda, A, Parisi, G, and Zamponi, F. "Glass transition and random close packing above three dimensions." Phys Rev Lett 107.18 (October 28, 2011): 185702-. Full Text Open Access Copy

Zhang, K, and Charbonneau, P. "Monte Carlo approach for studying microphases applied to the axial next-nearest-neighbor Ising and the Ising-Coulomb models." Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 83.21 (2011). Full Text Open Access Copy

Zhang, K, Charbonneau, P, and Mladek, BM. "Reentrant and isostructural transitions in a cluster-crystal former." Physical Review Letters 105.24 (December 9, 2010): 245701-null. Full Text Open Access Copy

Jin, Y, Charbonneau, P, Meyer, S, Song, C, and Zamponi, F. "Application of Edwards' statistical mechanics to high-dimensional jammed sphere packings." Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 82.5 Pt 1 (November 18, 2010): 051126-null. Full Text Open Access Copy

Zhang, K, and Charbonneau, P. "Monte carlo study of the axial next-nearest-neighbor Ising model." Phys Rev Lett 104.19 (May 14, 2010): 195703-. Full Text Open Access Copy

Charbonneau, P, Ikeda, A, van Meel, JA, and Miyazaki, K. "Numerical and theoretical study of a monodisperse hard-sphere glass former." Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys 81.4 Pt 1 (April 2010): 040501-. Full Text Open Access Copy

van Meel, JA, Charbonneau, B, Fortini, A, and Charbonneau, P. "Hard-sphere crystallization gets rarer with increasing dimension." Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 80.6 Pt 1 (December 8, 2009): 061110-null. Full Text Open Access Copy

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