Interfaces and Wetting


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Group Members


Here are the members of our team. To see us in glorious technicolour, why not go to our gallery of group photos?

Director: Visiting scientists: Postdoctoral researchers:
  • Dr. Zehui Deng
Doctoral students:
  • Jesper Koning
Former members:

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Research


Our main areas of research interest are:
  1. Wetting transitions
    1. Classical fluids
    2. Superconductors
    3. Bose-Einstein condensates
    4. Line tension at wetting

  2. Physical and interdisciplinary applications of novel fractal structures

  3. Topology-dependent interactions and biased percolation on scale-free networks

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Publications


  1. J.-Y. Ge, V.N. Gladilin, N.E. Sluchanko, A. Lyashenko, V.B. Filipov, J.O. Indekeu and V.V. Moshchalkov, “Paramagnetic Meissner effect in ZrB12 single crystal with non-monotonic vortex-vortex interactions” [PDF]

  2. J. Koning, K. Koga and J.O. Indekeu, “Efficiency at maximum power for an isothermal chemical engine with particle exchange at varying chemical potential” Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 226 427 (2017) [PDF]

  3. J.O. Indekeu and R. Smets, “Traveling wavefront solutions to nonlinear reaction-diffusion-convection equations” Submitted to Journal of Theoretical Biology (2016) [PDF]

  4. J.O. Indekeu, T.V. Nguyen, C.-Y. Lin and T.H. Phat, “Capillary wave dynamics and interface structure modulation in binary Bose-Einstein condensate mixtures” Submitted to Phys. Rev. A (2016) [PDF]

  5. J. Koning, Y. Hennequin, D. Bonn and J.O. Indekeu, “Contact line of adsorbed colloid-polymer droplets in theory and experiment” Soft Matter 12 4052 (2016) [PDF]

  6. B. Verberck, “Lattice Wetting” Nature Physics 12 111 (2016) [PDF]

  7. J. Koning and J.O. Indekeu, “Engines with ideal efficiency and nonzero power for sublinear transport laws” Eur. Phys. J. B 89 248 (2016) [PDF]

  8. Z. Deng, B. Van Schaeybroeck, C.-Y. Lin, T.V. Nguyen and J.O. Indekeu,“ Interfacial tension and wall energy of a Bose-Einstein condensate binary mixture: Triple-parabola approximation” Physica A 444 1027 (2016) [PDF]

  9. X.T. Wu, D.B. Abraham and J.O. Indekeu, “ Apparent first-order wetting and anomalous scaling in the two-dimensional Ising model ” Phys. Rev. Lett. 116 046101 (2016) [PDF]

  10. J.O. Indekeu, C.-Y. Lin, T.V. Nguyen, B. Van Schaeybroeck and T.H. Phat, “ Static interfacial properties of Bose-Einstein-condensate mixtures ” Phys. Rev. A 91 033615 (2015) [PDF]

  11. B. Van Schaeybroeck and J.O. Indekeu, “ Critical wetting, first-order wetting and prewetting phase transitions in binary mixtures of Bose-Einstein condensates ” Phys. Rev. A 91 013626 (2015) [PDF]

  12. A.I. Posazhennikova and J.O. Indekeu, “ Magnetic hierarchical deposition” Physica A 414, 240 (2014) [PDF]

  13. V. Kozhevnikov, R.J. Wijngaarden, J. de Wit and C. Van Haesendonck, “Magnetic flux density and the critical field in the intermediate state of type-I superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 89, 100503 (2014) [PDF]

  14. J. Koning, Y. Vandecan and J. Indekeu, “Theoretical study of line and boundary tension in adsorbed colloid-polymer mixtures”, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 044904 (2014) [PDF]

  15. H. Hooyberghs, B. van Schaeybroeck and J.O. Indekeu, “Degree-dependent network growth: From preferential attachment to explosive percolation ”, Phys. Rev. E 89, 042815 (2014) [PDF]

  16. X.-M. Xu, G. Vereecke, C. Chen, G. Pourtois, S. Armini, N. Verellen, W.-K. Tsai, D.-W. Kim, E. Lee, C.-Y. Lin, P. van Dorpe, H. Struyf, F. Holsteyns, V. Moshchalkov, J.O. Indekeu and S. de Gendt, “Capturing wetting states in nanopatterned silicon”, ACS Nano 8, 885 (2014) [PDF]

  17. H. Hooyberghs, B. Cleuren, A. Salazar, J.O. Indekeu and C. Van den Broeck, “Efficiency at maximum power of a chemical engine”, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 134111 (2013) [PDF] [addendum]


  18. J.O. Indekeu, K. Koga, H. Hooyberghs and A.O. Parry, “Renormalization group calculations for wetting transitions of infinite order and continuously varying order. I. Local interface Hamiltonian approach”, Phys. Rev. E 88, 022122 (2013) [PDF]


  19. B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Weakly Interacting Bose Mixtures at Finite Temperature”, Physica A 392, 3806 (2013) [PDF].


  20. V. Kozhevnikov, A. Suter, H. Fritzsche, V. Gladilin, A. Volodin, T. Moorkens, M. Trekels, J. Cuppens, B. Wojek, T. Prokscha, E. Morenzoni, G. J. Nieuwenhuys, M. J. Van Bael, K. Temst, C. Van Haesendonck, J. O. Indekeu, “Nonlocal effect and dimensions of Cooper pairs measured by low-energy muons and polarized neutrons in type-I superconductors.” Phys. Rev. B 87, 104508 (2013)[PDF]


  21. C.-Y. Lin, M. Widom and R. F. Sekerka, “Generalized Potentials for a Mean-field Density Functional Theory of a Three-Phase Contact Line”. Phys. Rev. E 88, 012117 (2013) [PDF]


  22. E. Cohen, E. Carlon and J.O. Indekeu, “ The 50 years of a summer school in statistical physics”, in EurophysicsNews 43 (2012). [PDF]


  23. J.O. Indekeu, “Eén werkelijkheid per universum”, in Karakter 37 (2012). [PDF]


  24. H. Hooyberghs, S. Van Lombeek, C. Giuraniuc, B. Van Schaeybroeck and J. O. Indekeu, “Ising model for distribution networks”, Philosophical Magazine 92, 168 (2012) (in honour of D. Sherrington). [PDF]


  25. S. N. Klimin, J. Tempere, J. T. Devreese and B. Van Schaeybroeck, “ Collective modes of an imbalanced trapped Fermi gas in two dimensions at finite temperatures.” Phys. Rev. A 83, 063636 (2011). [PDF]


  26. J. Hooyberghs and J. O. Indekeu, “Nonequilibrium wetting transition in a nonthermal 2D Ising model.” Eur. Phys. J. B 81, 155 (2011).[PDF]


  27. T. Van Cauteren and J. O. Indekeu, “Non-local electrodynamics effect on surface superconductivity.” EPL, 94 46001 (2011).[PDF]


  28. H. Hooyberghs and B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Criterion for explosive percolation transitions on complex networks.” Phys. Rev. E 83, 032101 (2011). [PDF]


  29. J.O. Indekeu, K. Koga and B. Widom, “How much does the core structure of a three-phase contact line contribute to the line tension near a wetting transition?”. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 23, 194101 (2011) [PDF]


  30. K. Koga, J.O. Indekeu and B. Widom, “Wetting transitions of continuously varying or infinite order from a mean-field density-functional theory.” Molecular Physics 109, 1297 (2011) [PDF]


  31. J.O. Indekeu and M. Kaufman (Editors), “Statistical, Fluid and Biological Physics Problems”, An MIT Symposium and Articles dedicated to A. Nihat Berker on his 60th birthday, Physica A 389, No. 15 (2010).


  32. H. Hooyberghs, B. Van Schaeybroeck and J.O. Indekeu, “Percolation on bipartite scale-free networks”. Physica A 389, 2920 (2010) [PDF]


  33. H. van Beijeren and J.O. Indekeu (Editors), “Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics”, Proceedings of the 12th International Summer School on Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics, August 30 - September 11, 2009, Leuven, Belgium, Physica A 389, No. 20 (2010).


  34. J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting phase transitions and critical phenomena in condensed matter”. Lectures notes of "Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics XII" (Leuven, Belgium). Physica A 389, 4332 (2010). [PDF]


  35. K. Koga, J. O. Indekeu, and B. Widom, “First- and Second-Order Wetting Transitions at Liquid-Vapor Interfaces”. Faraday Discussions 146, 217 (2010) [PDF]


  36. J. O. Indekeu, D. G. A. L. Aarts, H. N. W. Lekkerkerker, Y. Hennequin and D. Bonn, “Thermal fluctuation forces and wetting layers in colloid-polymer mixtures: derivation of an interface potential”. Phys. Rev. E 81, 041604 (2010). [PDF]


  37. K. Koga, J. O. Indekeu, and B. Widom, “Infinite-Order Transitions in Density-Functional Models of Wetting”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 036101 (2010) [PDF]


  38. H. Hooyberghs, B. Van Schaeybroeck, A.A. Moreira, J.S. Andrade, Jr., H.J. Herrmann and J.O. Indekeu, “Biased Percolation on Scale-free Networks”. Phys. Rev. E 81, 011102 (2010). [PDF]

  39. B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Addendum to "Interface Tension of Bose-Einstein Condensates"”. Phys. Rev. A 80, 065601 (2009). [PDF]

  40. J. Tempere, S.N. Klimin, J.T. Devreese and B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Thermodynamic quantities of imbalanced 2D Fermi gases near the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition”. J. Low Temp. Phys. 158, 43 (2009).[PDF]

  41. Daniel Bonn, Jens Eggers, Joseph Indekeu, Jacques Meunier and Etienne Rolley, “Wetting and spreading”. Rev. Mod. Phys. 81, 739 (2009). [PDF]

  42. P. Navez, “Probing the thermal atoms of a Bose gas through Raman transition”, Eur. Phys. J. B 68, 445 (2009). [PDF]

  43. J.O. Indekeu and E. Montevecchi, “Critical Casimir stress in a superconducting film”, In review (2008).[PDF]

  44. André A. Moreira, José S. Andrade Jr., Hans J. Herrmann and Joseph O. Indekeu, “How to make a fragile network robust and vice versa”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 018701 (2009).[PDF]

  45. B. Van Schaeybroeck and A. Lazarides, “Normal-Superfluid Interface for Polarized Fermion Gases”, Phys. Rev. A 79, 053612 (2009).[PDF]

  46. B. Van Schaeybroeck and A. Lazarides, “Collective Excitations of Harmonically Trapped Ideal Gases”, Eur. Phys. J. B 68, 329 (2009). [PDF]

  47. B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Interface Tension of Bose-Einstein Condensates”, Phys. Rev. A 78, 023624 (2008). [PDF]

  48. B. Van Schaeybroeck and A. Lazarides, “Trapped Phase-Segregated Bose-Fermi Mixtures and their Collective Excitations”, Phys. Rev. A 79, 033618 (2009). [PDF]

  49. Y. Hennequin, D.G.A.L. Aarts, J.O. Indekeu, H.N.W. Lekkerkerker en D. Bonn, “Fluctuation forces and wetting layers in colloid-polymer mixtures”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 178305 (2008). [PDF]

  50. Y. Vandecan and J.O. Indekeu, “Theoretical study of the three-phase contact line and its tension in adsorbed colloid-polymer mixtures”. J. Chem. Phys. 128, 104902 (2008). [PDF]

  51. V.F. Kozhevnikov, C.V. Giuraniuc, M.J. Van Bael, K. Temst, C. Van Haesendonck, T.M. Mishonov, T. Charlton, R.M. Dalgliesh, Yu.N. Khaidukov, Yu.V. Nikitenko, V.L. Aksenov, V.N. Gladilin, V.M. Fomin, J.T. Devreese and J.O. Indekeu, “Evidence for nonmonotonic magnetic field penetration in a type-I superconductor”. Phys. Rev. B 78, 012502 (2008). [PDF]

  52. Patrick Navez, “Manifestation of a gap due to the exchange energy in a spinor condensate”. Physica A 387, 4070 (2008). [PDF]

  53. A. Lazarides and B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Collective Excitations of Trapped Imbalanced Fermion Gases”. Phys. Rev. A 77, 041602(R) (2008).[PDF]

  54. H.N.W. Lekkerkerker, V.W.A. de Villeneuve, J.W.J. de Folter, M. Schmidt, Y. Hennequin, D. Bonn, J.O. Indekeu and D.G.A.L. Aarts, “Life at Ultralow Interfacial Tension: wetting, waves and droplets in demixed colloid-polymer mixtures”, Eur. Phys. J. B 64, 341(2008). [PDF]

  55. V.C. Weiss, E. Bertrand, S. Rafaï, J.O. Indekeu and D. Bonn, “Effective exponents in the long-range critical wetting of alkanes on aqueous substrates”, Phys. Rev. E 76, 051602 (2007). [PDF]

  56. H. Peelaers, B. Partoens, D.V. Tatyanenko and F.M. Peeters, “Dynamics of scattering on a classical two-dimensional artificial atom”, Phys. Rev. E 75, 036606 (2007). [PDF]

  57. V.F. Kozhevnikov, M.J. Van Bael, P.K. Sahoo, K. Temst, C. Van Haesendonck, A. Vantomme and J.O. Indekeu, “Observation of wetting-like phase transitions in a surface-enhanced type-I superconductor”, New Journal of Physics 9, 75 (2007).[PDF]

  58. P. Navez, A. Pelster and R. Graham, “Bose condensed gas in strong disorder potential with arbitrary correlation length”, Appl. Phys. B 86, 395 (2007). [PDF]

  59. B. Van Schaeybroeck and A. Lazarides, “Normal-superfluid interface scattering for polarized fermion gases”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 170402 (2007).[PDF]

  60. P. Navez and R. Graham, “Subsonic critical velocity of a Bose-Einstein condensate at finite temperature”, Phys. Rev. A 73, 043612 (2006). [PDF]

  61. J. Kronjäger, C. Becker, P. Navez, K. Bongs and K. Sengstock, “Magnetically Tuned Spin Dynamics Resonance”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 110404 (2006). [PDF]

  62. C.V. Giuraniuc, J.P.L. Hatchett, J.O. Indekeu, M. Leone, I. P. Castillo, B. Van Schaeybroeck and C. Vanderzande, “Criticality on networks with topology-dependent interactions”, Phys. Rev. E 74, 036108 (2006); [PDF]

  63. A. Lazarides, “Coarse-graining a restricted solid-on-solid model”, Phys. Rev. E 73, 041605 (2006). [PDF]

  64. H. van Beijeren and J.O. Indekeu (Editors), Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics, Proceedings of the 11th International Summer-school on Fundamental problems in statistical physics, September 4 - 17, 2005, Leuven, Belgium, Physica A 369, No. 1 (2006).

  65. J. Kronjäger, C. Becker, M. Brinkmann, R. Walser, P. Navez, K. Bongs and K. Sengstock, “Evolution of a spinor condensate: Coherent dynamics, dephasing, and revivals”, Phys. Rev. A 72, 063619 (2005). [PDF]

  66. H.J. Fink, S.B. Haley, C.V. Giuraniuc,V.F. Kozhevnikov and J.O. Indekeu, “Boundary conditions, dimensionality, topology and size dependence of the superconducting transition temperature”, Molecular Physics 103, 2969–2978, (2005), special issue in honour of Prof. Ben Widom. [PDF]

  67. V.F. Kozhevnikov, M.J. Van Bael, W. Vinckx, K. Temst, C. Van Haesendonck and J.O. Indekeu, “Surface enhancement of superconductivity in tin”, Phys. Rev. B 72 , 174510 (2005); [PDF]

  68. Todor M. Mishonov and Mihail T. Mishonov, “Theory of terahertz electric oscillations by supercooled superconductors”, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 18, 1506-1512 (2005). [PDF]

  69. D. Bonn, J. Meunier and J.O. Indekeu, “Comment on ‘Pseudopartial Wetting and Precursor Film Growth in Immiscible Metal Systems’”, Langmuir (Comment) 21 (8), 3722-3723 (2005).

  70. C.V. Giuraniuc, J.P.L. Hatchett, J.O. Indekeu, M. Leone, I. Pérez Castillo, B. Van Schaeybroeck and C. Vanderzande, “Trading interactions for topology in scale-free networks”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 098701 (2005) (4pages); [PDF]

  71. Todor M. Mishonov, Valery L. Pokrovsky and Hongduo Wei “Thermodynamics of MgB2 described by the weak-coupling two-band BCS model”, Phys. Rev. B 71, 012514 (2005) (4 pages). [PDF]

  72. J.O. Indekeu and B. Van Schaeybroeck, “Extraordinary Wetting Phase Diagram for Mixtures of Bose-Einstein Condensates”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 210402 (2004) (4pages); [PDF]

  73. J.O. Indekeu, V.C. Weiss, A.I. Posazhennikova, C.V. Giuraniuc and T.M. Mishonov, “Wetting Transitions, Hierarchical Surfaces and Superconductivity”, Physicalia Mag. 26, 235-246 (2004).

  74. J. Hooyberghs, F. Iglói, C. Vanderzande, “Absorbing state phase transitions with quenched disorder”, Phys. Rev. E 69, 066140 (2004) (4pages). [PDF]

  75. Pedro Orea, Yurko Duda, Volker C. Weiss, Wolffram Schröer, José Alejandre, “Liquid–vapor interface of square-well fluids of variable interaction range”, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 11754-11764 (2004). [PDF]

  76. Salima Rafaï, Daniel Bonn, Emanuel Bertrand, Jacques Meunier, Volker C. Weiss, J.O. Indekeu, “Long-Range Critical Wetting: Observation of a Critical End Point”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 245701 (2004) (4pages). [PDF]

  77. A. Lascialfari, T. Mishonov, A. Rigamonti, I. Zucca, G. Behr, W. Loser, and S.L. Drechsler, “Precursor diamagnetism above the superconducting transition in YNi2B2C”, Eur. Phys. J. B 35, 325-329 (2003). [PDF]

  78. J.O. Indekeu and C.V. Giuraniuc, “Cellular automaton for bacterial towers”, Physica A 336, 14-26 (2004). [PDF]

  79. J.O. Indekeu, “Special Attention Network”, Physica A 333 (2004), 461-464. [PDF]

  80. V.C. Weiss and J.O. Indekeu, “Transition temperatures and contact angles in the sequential-wetting scenario of n-alkanes on (salt) water”, Fluid Phase Equlibria 222-223, 269-274 (2004). [PDF]

  81. T.M. Mishonov, G.V. Pachov, I.N. Genchev, L.A. Atanasova, and D.Ch. Damianov, “Kinetics and Boltzmann kinetic equation for fluctuation Cooper pairs”, Phys. Rev. B 68, 054525 (2003). [PDF]

  82. S.-L. Drechsler, H. Rosner, J.M. An, W.E. Pickett, V.D.P. Servedio, T. Mishonov, E. Forzani, and K. Winzer, “Conventional electronic structure of MgB2 and ZrB2: LDA vs. de Haas-v. Alphen & ARPES data”, J. Low Temp. Phys. 131, 1175-1180 (2003).

  83. T. Mishonov and E. Penev, “Bernoulli potential, Hall constant and Cooper pairs effective masses in disordered BCS superconductors”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 17, 2883-2895 (2003). [PDF]

  84. V.C. Weiss and J.O. Indekeu, “Effect of ion hydration on the first-order transition in the sequential wetting of hexane on brine”, J. Chem. Phys. 118, 10741-10751 (2003); [PDF]

  85. J.O. Indekeu and K. Sznajd-Weron, “Hierarchical population model with a carrying capacity distribution for bacterial biofilms”, Phys. Rev. E 68, 061904 (2003), (10 pages). [PDF]

  86. A.I. Posazhennikova, J.O. Indekeu, D. Ross, D. Bonn, and J. Meunier, “Cross-over between first-order and critical wetting at the liquid-vapour interface of n-alkane/methanol mixtures: Tricritical wetting and critical prewetting”, J. Stat. Phys. 110, 611-658 (2003). [PDF]

  87. K. Maki, A.I. Posazhennikova, and T. Dahm, “Anisotropic upper critical field in single crystal MgB2”, J. Low Temp. Phys. 131, 1199-1204 (2003).

  88. T. Dahm, A.I. Posazhennikova, and K. Maki, “Anisotropic critical fields of MgB2 single crystals”, Acta Physica Polonica B 34, 549-552 (2003); cond-mat/0207521 [PDF].

  89. A.I. Posazhennikova, T. Dahm, and K. Maki, “Anisotropic s-wave superconductivity: comparison with experiments on MgB2 single crystals”, Europhys. Lett. 60, 134-140 (2002); cond-mat/0204272.

  90. A.I. Posazhennikova and P. Coleman, “Quenched disorder formulation of the pseudo-gap problem”, Phys. Rev. B 67, 165109 (2003); cond-mat/0209014. [PDF]

  91. T.M. Mishonov, E.S. Penev, J.O. Indekeu, and V.L. Pokrovsky, “Specific heat discontinuity in impure two-band superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 68, 104517 (2003), (8pages). [PDF]

  92. T.M. Mishonov, S.-L. Drechsler, and E.S. Penev, “Influence of the van Hove singularity on the specific heat jump in BCS superconductors”, Mod. Phys. Lett. B 17, 755-762 (2003); cond-mat/0209192.

  93. T.M. Mishonov, J.O. Indekeu, and E.S. Penev, “Superconductivity of overdoped cuprates: the modern face of the ancestral two-electron exchange”, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 15, 4429-4456 (2003). [PDF]

  94. H. van Beijeren and J.O. Indekeu (Editors), Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics, Proceedings of the 10th International Summer-school on Fundamental problems in statistical physics, August 20 - September 2, 2001, Altenberg, Germany, Physica A 313, Nos. 1-2 (2002).

  95. T.M. Mishonov, E.S. Penev, and J.O. Indekeu, “Comment on ‘Anisotropic s-wave superconductivity: comparison with experiments on MgB2’” [A. I. Posazhennikova, T. Dahm and K. Maki; cond-mat/0204272; Europhys. Lett. 60, 134-140 (2002)]; Europhys. Lett. 61, 577-578 (2003). [PDF]

  96. N. Chéenne, T.M. Mishonov, and J.O. Indekeu, “Observation of a sharp Lambda peak in the third harmonic voltage response of high-Tc superconductor thin films”, European Physical Journal B 32, 437-444 (2003). [PDF]

  97. T.M. Mishonov, J.O. Indekeu, and E.S. Penev, “The 3d-to-4s-by-2p highway to superconductivity in cuprates” Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 16, 4577-4585 (2002). [PDF]

  98. T.M. Mishonov and E.S. Penev, “Thermodynamics of anisotropic-gap and multiband clean BCS superconductors”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 16, 3573-3586 (2002); cond-mat/0206118.

  99. T.M. Mishonov, J.P. Wallington, E.S. Penev, and J.O. Indekeu, “Reduced pairing Hamiltonian for interatomic two-electron exchange in layered cuprates”, Mod. Phys. Lett. 16, 693-699 (2002). [PDF]

  100.  V.D.P. Servedio, S.-L. Drechsler, and T. Mishonov, “Surface states and their possible role in the superconductivity of MgB2”, Phys. Rev. B 66, 140502 (2002); cond-mat/0111434.

  101. T.M. Mishonov, E.S. Penev, and J.O. Indekeu, “Comment on ‘Anisotropic s-wave superconductivity in MgB2’”, Phys. Rev. B 66, 066501 (2002). [PDF]

  102.  V.D.P. Servedio, S.-L. Drechsler, and T. Mishonov, “Surface states, interpretation of arpes data, and possible consequences for the superconductivity in MgB2”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 16, 1613-1617 (2002).

  103. A. Lascialfari, T. Mishonov, A. Rigamonti, P. Tedesco, and A. Varlamov, “Superconducting diamagnetic fluctuations in MgB2”, Phys. Rev. B 65, 180501 (2002). [PDF]

  104. J.O. Indekeu, A.I. Posazhennikova, D. Ross, D. Bonn, and J. Meunier, “Crossover from first-order to critical wetting in methanol on alkanes”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 14, 4777-4783 (2002). [PDF]

  105. T.M. Mishonov, N. Chéenne, D. Robbes, and J.O. Indekeu, “Generation of 3rd and 5th harmonics in a thin superconducting film by temperature oscillations and isothermal nonlinear current response”, Eur. Phys. J. B 26, 291-296 (2002). [PDF]

  106. E. Bertrand, D. Bonn, D. Broseta, H. Dobbs, J.O. Indekeu, J. Meunier, K. Ragil, and N. Shahidzadeh, “Wetting of alkanes on water”, J. Petrol. Sci. Eng. 33, 217-222 (2002). [PDF]

  107. F. Clarysse and J.O. Indekeu, “Interfacial phase transitions in twinning-plane superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 65, 094515 (2002). [PDF]

  108. T. Mishonov, A. Posazhennikova, and J. Indekeu, “Fluctuation conductivity in superconductors in strong electric fields”, Phys. Rev. B 65, 064519 (2002). [PDF]

  109. B.J. Baelus, S.V. Yampolskii, F.M. Peeters, E. Montevecchi, and J.O. Indekeu, “Superconducting properties of mesoscopic cylinders with enhanced surface superconductivity”, Phys. Rev. B 65, 024510 (2001). [PDF]

  110. V.C. Weiss and J.O. Indekeu, “Contact angle at the first-order transition in sequential wetting”, Physica A 301, 37-51 (2001). [PDF]

  111. D. Ross, D. Bonn, A.I. Posazhennikova, J.O. Indekeu, and J. Meunier, “Crossover from first-order to critical wetting: short-range tricritical wetting”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 176103 (2001). [PDF]

  112. F. Clarysse and C.J. Boulter, “Effective interface Hamiltonians for unbinding transitions in ternary amphiphilic mixtures”, Fluid Phase Equilibria 185, 111-119 (2001). [PDF]

  113. H. Dobbs and D. Bonn, “Predicting wetting behavior from initial spreading coefficients”, Langmuir 17, 4674-4676 (2001). [PDF]

  114. A.I. Posazhennikova and J.O. Indekeu, “Random surfaces from hierarchical deposition of debris with alternating rescaling factors”, Int. J. Thermophys. 22, 1123-1135 (2001). [PDF]

  115. D. Bonn, E.Bertrand, N. Shahidzadeh, K. Ragil, H.T. Dobbs, A.I. Posazhennikova, D. Broseta, J. Meunier, and J.O. Indekeu, “Complex wetting phenomena in liquid mixtures: frustrated-complete wetting and competing intermolecular forces”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 13, 4903-4914 (2001). [PDF]

  116. R. Blossey, “Effective forces between interfaces in type-I superconductors”, Europhys. Lett. 54, 522-525 (2001). [PDF]

  117. R. Blossey, “Nonlocal electrodynamics at superconducting surfaces”, in High-Tc Superconductors and Related Materials, S.-L. Drechsler and T. Mishonov (eds.), NATO Science Series 3, Vol. 86 (Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001), p. 387-412.

  118. J.O. Indekeu, F. Clarysse, and E. Montevecchi, “Wetting phase transitions and superconductivity - the role of surface enhancement of the order parameter in the GL theory”, in High-Tc Superconductors and Related Materials, S.-L. Drechsler and T. Mishonov (eds.), NATO Science Series 3, Vol. 86 (Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001), p. 487-504. [PDF]

  119. H. Dobbs, “Predicting wetting behavior from surface adsorption data using Cahn theory”, J. Chem. Phys. 114, 468-473 (2001). [PDF]

  120. H.T. Dobbs and R. Blossey, “Capillary-wave effects at critical wetting in type-I superconductors”, Physical Review E 61, R6049 (2000). [PDF]

  121. E. Montevecchi and J.O. Indekeu, “Effect of confinement and surface enhancement on superconductivity”, Physical Review B 62, 14359-14372 (2000). [PDF]

  122. E. Montevecchi and J.O. Indekeu, “Increasing the critical temperature of a superconductor by curving its surface”, Europhysics Letters 51, 661-666 (2000). [PDF]

  123. J.O. Indekeu, “Must thin-thick transitions precede long-range critical wetting?”, Phys. Rev. Lett. (Comment) 85, 4188 (2000). [PDF]

  124. J.O. Indekeu, G. Fleerackers, A.I. Posazhennikova, and E. Bervoets, “Exotic marginal fractals from hierarchical random deposition”, Physica A 285, 135-146 (2000). [PDF]

  125. E. Bertrand, H. Dobbs, D. Broseta, J. Indekeu, D. Bonn, and J. Meunier, “First-order and critical wetting of alkanes on water”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 1282-1285 (2000). [PDF]

  126. A.I. Posazhennikova and J.O. Indekeu, “Periodic hierarchical deposition”, Mod. Phys. Lett. B 14, 119-130 (2000). [PDF]

  127. H. Dobbs, “Line Tension of n-Alkanes on Water from a Cahn-Type Theory”, Langmuir 15, 2586-2591 (1999). [PDF]

  128. J.O. Indekeu, K. Ragil, D. Broseta, D. Bonn and J. Meunier, “Wetting phase transitions and petroleum reservoirs”, In “New approaches to problems in Liquid State Theory”, Eds. C. Caccamo et al. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands), 337-344 (1999).

  129. H. Dobbs, “The elasticity of a contact line ”, Physica A 271, 36-47 (1999). [PDF]

  130. H. Dobbs, “The modified Young’s equation for the contact angle of a small sessile drop from an interface displacement model”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 13, 3255-3259 (1999). [PDF]

  131. J.O. Indekeu, K. Ragil, D. Bonn, D. Broseta and J. Meunier, “Wetting of alkanes on water from a Cahn-type theory: Effects of long-range forces”, J. Stat. Phys. 95, 1009-1043 (1999). [PDF]

  132. J.O. Indekeu and G. Fleerackers, “Logarithmic fractals and hierarchical deposition of debris”, Physica A 261, 294-308 (1998). [PDF]

  133. C.J. Boulter and J.O. Indekeu, “Interfacial tension and interface delocalization phase boundary for strongly type-I superconductors”, International Journal of Thermophysics 19, 857-865 (1998). [PDF]

  134. K. Ragil, D. Bonn, D. Broseta, J. Indekeu, F. Kalaydjian, and J. Meunier, “The wetting behaviour of alkanes on water”, J. Petroleum Sc. and Eng. 20, 177-183 (1998). [PDF]

  135. F. Clarysse and J.O. Indekeu, “Critical fields of a ferromagnetic superconductor at low temperatures”, Journal of Physical Studies (Ukraine) 2, 278-281 (1998). [PDF]

  136. F. Clarysse and J.O. Indekeu, “Numerical analysis of the non-universal continuous wetting transition in a type-I superconductor”, Physica A 521, 70-80 (1998). [PDF]

  137. C.J. Boulter and J.O. Indekeu, “Systematic smoothing of constrained interface profiles”, Phys. Rev. E 56, 5734-5737 (1997). [PDF]

  138. J.M.J. van Leeuwen and J.O. Indekeu, “Interface potential for nucleation of a superconducting layer”, Physica A 244, 426-439 (1997). [PDF]

  139. J.O. Indekeu and D. Bonn, “The role of surface spinodals in nucleation and surface phenomena”, J. Mol. Liquids 71, 163-173 (1997). [PDF]

  140. J.O. Indekeu and J.M.J. van Leeuwen, “Wetting phase transitions in type-I superconductors”, Physica A 236, 114-122 (1997). [PDF]

  141. G. Backx and J.O. Indekeu, “Depinning transition of the superconducting/normal interface in low-κ twinningplane superconductors: interface potential and interface displacement”, Physica C 274, 55-65 (1997). [PDF]

  142. C.J. Boulter and J.O. Indekeu, “Analytic determination of the interface delocalization transition in low-κ superconductors”, Physica C 271, 94-102 (1996). [PDF]

  143. C.J. Boulter and J.O. Indekeu, “Accurate analytic expression for the surface tension of a type-I superconductor”, Phys. Rev. B 54, 12407-12412 (1996). [PDF]

  144. K. Ragil, J. Meunier, D. Broseta, J.O. Indekeu, and D. Bonn, “Experimental observation of critical wetting”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 1532-1535 (1996). [PDF]

  145. D. Bonn and J.O. Indekeu, “Bonn and Indekeu Reply”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 2201 (1996). [PDF]

  146. R. Blossey and J.O. Indekeu, “Interface potential approach to surface states in type-I superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 53, 8599-8603 (1996). [PDF]

  147. J.O. Indekeu and J.M.J. van Leeuwen, “Type-I superconductors: a new playground for wetting phenomena”, in “The Proceedings of the 19th IUPAP International Conference on Statistical Physics”, ed. Hao Bailin, Xiamen, China (World Scientific, March 1996), p. 179- 188 (ISBN 981-02-2314-5).

  148. J.O. Indekeu, “Introduction to Wetting Phenomena”, Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on Statistical Physics, Zakopane, Poland, September 1994, Acta Physica Polonica B26:6, 1065-1100 (1995). [PDF]

  149. G. Backx and J.O. Indekeu, “Interface potentials and physical constraints”, Physica A 218, 69-76 (1995). [PDF]

  150. R. Blossey and J.O. Indekeu, “Diverging length scales at first-order wetting transitions”, Phys. Rev. E 52, 1223-1226 (1995). [PDF]

  151. R. Blossey, “Nucleation at first order wetting transition”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 9, 3489-3525 (1995).

  152. J.O. Indekeu and J.M.J. van Leeuwen, “Wetting, prewetting and surface transitions in type-I superconductors”, Physica C 251, 290-306 (1995). [PDF]

  153. J.O. Indekeu and J.M.J. van Leeuwen, “Interface delocalization transition in type-I superconductors”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 1618-1621 (1995). [PDF]

  154. D. Bonn and J.O. Indekeu, “Nucleation and wetting near surface spinodals”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 3844-3847 (1995). [PDF]

  155. A. Robledo and J.O. Indekeu, “First-order wetting transitions as interface critical endpoints”, Lectures on Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (XXIII Winter Meeting on Statistical Physics, Cuernavaca, M+exico), eds. M. Costas, R. Rodriguez, and A.L. Benavides (World Scientific, Singapore 1994), p.120-131. (ISBN 981-02-1915-6).

  156. J. Rogiers and J.O. Indekeu, “The effect of gravity and confinement on critical phenomena and wetting transitions between opposing boundaries”, Turkish J. Phys. 18, 280-284 (1994).

  157. J.O. Indekeu and A. Robledo, “Effect of thermal fluctuations on the singular behaviour of the line tension at wetting”, Turkish J. Phys. 18, 285-289 (1994).

  158. A.N. Berker, J.O. Indekeu, and R.R. Netz, “Reentrance and other phenomena in polar liquid crystals: A microscopic theory with frustration”, Turkish J. Phys. 18, 358-360 (1994).

  159. G. Backx and J.O. Indekeu, “Line tension at continuous wetting”, Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie 98, 414-417 (1994).

  160. J.O. Indekeu and J. Rogiers, “Gravity, confinement, and phase equilibria”, Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie 98, 392-394 (1994).

  161. J.O. Indekeu, “Dynamics of fractal surfaces”, in “Waarom is de blauwe hemel blauw? Van orde, chaos en fractalen”, edited by A. Warrinnier (Leuven University Press), p. 89-100 (1994). (ISBN 90-6186-597-2) [PDF]

  162. J.O. Indekeu, “Line tension at wetting”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 8, 309-345 (1994). [PDF]

  163. J.O. Indekeu and H.T. Dobbs, “Line tension at wetting: finite-size effects and scaling functions”, J. Phys. I France 4, 77-85 (1994). [PDF]

  164. A. Robledo and J.O. Indekeu, “Universality and the contact line at first-order wetting transitions”, Europhys. Lett. 25, 17-22 (1994). [PDF]

  165. H.T. Dobbs and J.O. Indekeu, “Line tension at wetting: interface displacement model beyond the gradient-squared approximation”, Physica A 201, 457-481 (1993). [PDF]

  166. J. Rogiers and J.O. Indekeu, “Effect of gravity and confinement on phase equilibria”, Europhys. Lett. 24, 21-27 (1993). [PDF]

  167. J. Krim and J.O. Indekeu, “Roughness exponents: A paradox resolved”, Phys. Rev. E 48, 1576-1578 (1993). [PDF]

  168. J.O. Indekeu and M.J.P. Nijmeijer, “Wetting phase transitions: molecular dynamics simulations”, Dynamical Phenomena at Interfaces, Surfaces and Membranes (Les Houches Series), eds. D. Beysens, N. Boccara, and G. Forgács (Nova Science Publishers, Commack, NY, USA), 349-360 (1993). (ISBN 1-56072-089-1)

  169. K. Croes and J.O. Indekeu, “Mean-field renormalization group: bibliography and new applications using large clusters”, Mod. Phys. Lett. B 7, 699-710 (1993).

  170. J.O. Indekeu and A. Robledo, “Hyperscaling and non-classical exponents for the line tension at wetting”, Phys. Rev. E 47, 4607-4610 (1993). [PDF]

  171. J.O. Indekeu, G. Backx, and G. Langie, “Line tension near multicritical wetting transitions”, Physica A 196, 335-348 (1993). [PDF]

  172. G. Langie, M.J.P. Nijmeijer, Y.J. Nikas, and J.O. Indekeu, “Monte Carlo simulation study of the thicknesses of wetting layers in pure and impure (quenched random-field) environments”, Physica A 192, 391-409 (1993). [PDF]

  173. D.J. Bukman, J.O. Indekeu, G. Langie, and G. Backx, “Effective potential for adsorption”, Phys. Rev. B 47, 1577-1579 (1993). [PDF]

  174. J.O. Indekeu, “Line tension near the wetting transition: results from an interface displacement model”, Physica A 183, 439-461 (1992). [PDF]

  175. A. Robledo, C. Varea, and J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting transition for the contact line and Antonov’s rule for the line tension”, Phys. Rev. A. 45, 2423-2427 (1992). [PDF]

  176. G. Langie and J.O. Indekeu, “Phase transitions between partial wetting states in the Landau theory and the Van der Waals theory of adsorbed fluids.”, J. Phys. Cond. Matt. 3, 9797-9810 (1991). [PDF]

  177. J.O. Indekeu and Y.J. Nikas, “Wetting at triple junctions and the universality of wetting near critical points.”, Phys. Rev. B 44, 11437-11440 (1991). [PDF]

  178. J.O. Indekeu, “How universal is critical-point wetting?”, Physica A 177, 428-436 (1991). [PDF]

  179. J.O. Indekeu, “Universality of wetting near critical points”, Lectures on Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (XX Winter Meeting on Statistical Physics, Cuernavaca, México), eds. M. López de Haro and C. Varea (World Scientific, Singapore 1991), p. 175-189. (ISBN 981-02-0736-0)

  180. J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting and adsorption at substrates and grain boundaries”, Physica Scripta T35, 31-33 (1991).(ISBN 91-87308-74-6) [PDF]

  181. J.O. Indekeu, A. Owczarek, and M.R. Swift, “Quasi-wetting and critical-point leaps”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 2174 (1991). [PDF]

  182. M.R. Swift, A. Owczarek, and J.O. Indekeu, “Effect of confinement on wetting and drying between opposing boundaries”, Europhys. Lett. 14, 475-481 (1991). [PDF]

  183. A. Maritan, G. Langie, and J.O. Indekeu, “Derivation of Landau theories and lattice mean-field theories for surface and wetting phenomena, from semi-infinite Ising models”, Physica A 170, 326-354 (1991). [PDF]

  184. J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting phenomena: Landau theory, scaling arguments and computer simulations”, Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Academie voorWetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van Belgie, Academiae Analecta, Klasse der Wetenschappen 2, 109-163 (1990). (ISBN 90-6569-564-8)

  185. M. Kardar and J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting of fractally rough surfaces”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 662 (1990). This article has been reprinted in “Dynamics of fractal surfaces”, edited by F. Family and T. Vicsek (World Scientific, Singapore, 1991), p.440. [PDF]

  186. M. Kardar and J.O. Indekeu, “Adsorption, and wetting transitions on rough substrates”, Europhys. Lett. 12, 161-166 (1990). [PDF]

  187. F. Igloi and J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting near grain boundaries and defect planes, and its connection with wetting at walls and free surfaces”, Phys. Rev. B 41, 6836-6847 (1990). [PDF]

  188. J. Rogiers and J.O. Indekeu, “Critical dynamics of the two-dimensional kinetic Ising model : high-temperature series analysis of the autorelaxation time”, Phys. Rev. B 41, 6998-7002 (1990). [PDF]

  189. G. Langie, “Comment on ‘Surfaces and interfaces of lattice models: Mean-field theory as an area-preserving map’”, Phys. Rev. B 41, 9538 (1990). [PDF]

  190. J.O. Indekeu, “Thin-thick adsorption phase transitions and competing short-range forces”, Europhys. Lett. 10, 165-170 (1989). [PDF]

  191. G. Langie and J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting, dewetting, and reentrant wetting in Landau theory and lattice mean-field theory”, Phys. Rev. B 40, 417-422 (1989). [PDF]

  192. V.N. Raja, B.R. Ratna, R. Shashidhar, G. Heppke, Ch. Bahr, J.F. Marko, J.O. Indekeu and A.N. Berker, “Pressure studies on phase transitions in 4-alkoxyphenyl-4’-nitrobenzoyloxybenzoate (DB.kO.NO2)”, Phys. Rev. A 39, 4341-4344 (1989). [PDF]

  193. P.J. Upton, J.O. Indekeu and J.M. Yeomans, “Wetting on Spherical and Cylindrical Substrates : Global Phase Diagrams”, Phys. Rev. B 40, 666-679 (1989). [PDF]

  194. J.O. Indekeu, “Some exact results in the Landau theory of wetting on cylinders and spheres”, in “Leuven Notes in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics”, eds. M. Fannes and A. Verbeure (Leuven University Press, 1989), Vol. 1, p. 49-76.

  195. A. Sevrin and J.O. Indekeu, “Critical-point wetting near grain boundaries and defect planes”, Phys. Rev. B 39, 4516-4523 (1989) [PDF]

  196. J.F. Marko, J.O. Indekeu, and A.N. Berker, “Mixtures in the Frustrated Spin-Gas Theory of Reentrant Polar Liquid Crystals”, Phys. Rev. A 39, 4201-4206 (1989). [PDF]

  197. J.O. Indekeu, “Wetting Phenomena on Flat and Curved Surfaces”, Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.) 5 A, 168-172 (1988) [PDF]

  198. J.O. Indekeu, P.J. Upton, and J.M. Yeomans, “Line Phase Transitions”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 61, 2221-2224 (1988). [PDF]

  199. J.H. Sikkenk, J.O. Indekeu, J.M.J. van Leeuwen, E.O. Vossnack, and A.F. Bakker, “Simulation of Wetting and Drying at Solid-Fluid Interfaces on the Delft Molecular Dynamics Processor”, J. Stat. Phys. 52, 23-44 (1988)

  200. J.O. Indekeu and G. Menu, “Corner critical exponents from the mean-field renormalisation group”, J. Phys. A 21, L523-L528 (1988). [PDF]

  201. J.O. Indekeu, “Constraints on high-temperature series expansions for spin correlations in the square Ising model”, Phys. Rev. B 37, 7881-7883 (1988). [PDF]

  202. J.H. Sikkenk, J.O. Indekeu, J.M.J. van Leeuwen, and E.O. Vossnack, “Sikkenk et al. Reply”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 240 (1988). [PDF]

  203. J.O. Indekeu and A.N. Berker, “Molecular structure and reentrant phases in polar liquid crystals”, J. Phys. France 49, 353-362 (1988). [PDF]

  204. J.O. Indekeu, “Reentrances below the smectic-A1 phase and octuply reentrant liquid crystals”, Phys. Rev. A 37, 288-291 (1988). [PDF]

  205. J.O. Indekeu, “Critical-point dewetting”, Phys. Rev. B 36, 7296-7299 (1987). [PDF]

  206. J.H. Sikkenk, J.O. Indekeu, J.M.J. van Leeuwen, and E.O. Vossnack, “Molecular dynamics simulation of wetting and drying at solid-fluid interfaces”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 59, 98-101 (1987). [PDF]

  207. A.N. Berker and J.O. Indekeu, “The frustrated spin-gas theory of multiply reentrant liquid crystals” in “Incommensurate Crystals, Liquid Crystals, and Quasi-Crystals”, eds. J.F. Scott and N.A. Clark (Plenum, New York, 1987), p. 205- 213.

  208. J.O. Indekeu, A. Maritan, A.L. Stella, “Mean field renormalization group : Unified approach to bulk and surface critical behavior”, Phys. Rev. B 35, 305-310 (1987). [PDF]

  209. J.O. Indekeu, A.N. Berker, C. Chiang and C. Garland, “Reentrant transition enthalpies of liquid crystals : the frustrated spin-gas model and experiments”, Phys. Rev. A 35, 1371-1375 (1987). [PDF]

  210. Ph. de Smedt, J.O. Indekeu and L. Zhang, “The short-range Van Hemmen model in a simple Kikuchi approximation : Comparison with the mean-field model and with spin-glasses”, Physica A 140, 450-477 (1987). [PDF]

  211. J.O. Indekeu and A.N. Berker, “Molecular tail lengths, dipole pairings, and multiple reentrance mechanisms of liquid crystals”, Physica A 140, 368-375 (1986). [PDF]

  212. J.O. Indekeu, “General Discussion Remark on the thickness of wetting layers at critical endpoints in Helium”, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. II 82, 1835-1838 (1986).[PDF]

  213. J.O. Indekeu, M.P. Nightingale and W.V. Wang, “Finite-size interaction amplitudes and their universality : exact, mean-field, and renormalization-group results”, Phys. Rev. B 34, 330-342 (1986). [PDF]

  214. J.O. Indekeu and A.N. Berker, “Quadruple reentrance (NAdNAdNA1) from the frustrated spin-gas model of liquid crystals”, Phys. Rev. A 33, 1158-1162 (1986). [PDF]

  215. M.P. Nightingale and J.O. Indekeu, “Examination of the necessity of complete wetting near critical points in systems with long-range forces”, Phys. Rev. B 32, 3364-3366 (1985). [PDF]

  216. M.P. Nightingale and J.O. Indekeu, “Nightingale and Indekeu Respond”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 1700 (1985) [PDF]

  217. M.P. Nightingale and J.O. Indekeu, “Effect of criticality on wetting layers”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 1824-1827 (1985) [PDF]

  218. J.O. Indekeu, A.L. Stella and J. Rogiers, “Static and dynamic real-space renormalization through series expansions for correlation functions”, Phys. Rev. B 32, 7333-7355 (1985). [PDF]

  219. J.O. Indekeu and A.L. Stella, “A correlation function renormalization group analysis of the ferro-magnetic transition in the Zn spin model”, Il Nuovo Cimento D 6, 124-130 (1985)

  220. J.O. Indekeu, Ph. de Smedt and R. Dekeyser, “Correlation-induced reentrant spin-glass behavior in an Ising model with random interactions”, Phys. Rev. B 30, 495-497 (1984). [PDF]

  221. M.V. Berry, J.O. Indekeu, M. Tabor and N.L. Balazs, “Nonlocal maps”, Physica D 11, 1-14 (1984). [PDF]

  222. J.O. Indekeu, A.L. Stella and L. Zhang “Dynamical renormalization through classical equations of motion” J. Phys. A 17, L341-345 (1984). [PDF]

  223. J.O. Indekeu, A. Maritan and A.L. Stella, “Renormalization group recursions by mean-field approximations”, J. Phys. A 15, L291-297(1982). [PDF]

  224. J.O. Indekeu and D. Roekaerts, “Group structure optimalization for cell-spin transformations in multi-dimensional interactions spaces”, Physica A 113, 521-534 (1982). [PDF]

  225. A.L. Stella, J.O. Indekeu and W. Magnus, “A renormalization group analysis of correlation function series expansions”, Phys. Lett. A 81, 47-50 (1981). [PDF]

  226. J.O. Indekeu and A.L. Stella, “Comment on the reliability of a real-space renormalization approach to the kinetic Ising model”, Phys. Lett. A 78, 160-162 (1980). [PDF]

  227. A.L. Stella, R. Dekeyser, J.O. Indekeu and F. Toigo, “Group structure of block transformations : Matching conditions for the critical properties of lattice spin systems”, Phys. Rev. B 20, 3799-3808 (1979). [PDF]

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