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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Career

  • since October 2023: Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK
  • since June 2022: Research Fellow at DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK
  • 2021-2022: Postdoctoral Researcher at ICTP, Trieste, Italy
  • 2020-2021: Postdoctoral Researcher at ITP, Leipzig University, Germany
  • 2020: PhD in Physics at Technical University of Berlin, Germany

Most Important Awards

2021: SKM Dissertation prize by the German Physical Society (DPG)  

2020: Springer Thesis Award  for her Dissertation

2020: Carl Ramsauer Preis by the Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin (PGzB)

2016:  Physik-Studienpreis by the PGzB, sponsored by the Siemens AG

Research

Sarah Loos is holding a Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship and is a member of the Soft Matter group at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Her current research interests include stochastic thermodynamics, non-Markovian processes, nonreciprocal phase transitions, and active matter.

Her full CV can be found here: https://sarahloos.de/files/CV_SarahAMLoos.pdf

Her full List of Publications can be found here: https://scholar.google.com/

Contact: sl2127[ at ]cam.ac.uk

 

Publications

Time-reversal and parity-time symmetry breaking in non-Hermitian field theories
T Suchanek, K Kroy, SAM Loos
– Physical Review E
(2023)
108,
064123
Irreversible Mesoscale Fluctuations Herald the Emergence of Dynamical Phases
T Suchanek, K Kroy, SAM Loos
– Phys Rev Lett
(2023)
131,
258302
Entropy production in the nonreciprocal Cahn-Hilliard model.
T Suchanek, K Kroy, SAM Loos
– Phys Rev E
(2023)
108,
064610
Perspectives on adaptive dynamical systems.
J Sawicki, R Berner, SAM Loos, M Anvari, R Bader, W Barfuss, N Botta, N Brede, I Franović, DJ Gauthier, S Goldt, A Hajizadeh, P Hövel, O Karin, P Lorenz-Spreen, C Miehl, J Mölter, S Olmi, E Schöll, A Seif, PA Tass, G Volpe, S Yanchuk, J Kurths
– Chaos (Woodbury, N.Y.)
(2023)
33,
071501
Measurement of scale-dependent time-reversal asymmetry in biological systems.
SAM Loos
– Nat Nanotechnol
(2023)
18,
838
Long-Range Order and Directional Defect Propagation in the Nonreciprocal XY Model with Vision Cone Interactions.
SAM Loos, SHL Klapp, T Martynec
– Physical Review Letters
(2023)
130,
198301
Nonreciprocal forces enable cold-to-hot heat transfer between nanoparticles.
SAM Loos, S Arabha, A Rajabpour, A Hassanali, É Roldán
– Scientific Reports
(2023)
13,
4517

Research Group

Soft Matter

Room

G2.05

Telephone

01223 760453

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