Publications

  1. R. Yi, Y. Cohen, H. Seybold, O. Devauchelle, G. Gibbins, H. Seybold, and D. H. Rothman, The rearrangement of groundwater-fed streams, (Under a final stage of preparation)
  2. R. Yi, Y. Cohen, H. Seybold, E. Stansifer, R. McDonald, M. Mineev-Weinstein , and D. H. Rothman, A Free-Boundary Model of Diffusive Valley Growth: Theory and Observation, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 473 2202, (2017).
  3. Y. Cohen and D. H. Rothman, Exact solution for the Poisson field in a semi-infinite strip, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 473 2200 (2017).
  4. O. Devauchelle, P. Szymczak, M. Pecelerowicz, Y. Cohen, H. J. Seybold, and D. H. Rothman, Laplacian networks: growth, local symmetry and shape optimization, Physical Review E 95, 033113 (2017).
  5. Y. Cohen and D. H. Rothman, Path Selection in a Poisson Field, Journal of Statistical Physics (Special Issue: Dedicated to the memory of Leo Kadanoff) (2017) 167: 703.
  6. Y. Cohen, O. Devauchelle, H. F. Seybold, R. S. Yi, P. Szymczak and D. H. Rothman, Path selection in the growth of rivers, PNAS 112 (46), 14132 (2015).
  7. Y. Cohen and D. H. Rothman, Mechanisms for mechanical trapping of geologically sequestered CO2, Proceedings of the Royal Society A 471, 2175 (2015).
  8. Y. Cohen, S. Karmakar, I. Procaccia and K. Samwer, The Nature of the β-peak in the Loss Modulus of Amorphous Solids, Europhysics Letters 100, 36003 (2012).
  9. Y. Cohen and I. Procaccia, Elastic Moduli in Nano-Size Samples of Amorphous Solids: System Size Dependence, Europhysics Letter 99, 46002 (2012).
  10. Y. Cohen and I. Procaccia, Stress Intensity Factor of mode III cracks in thin sheets, Physical Review E 83, 026106 (2011).
  11. Y. Cohen and I. Procaccia, Dynamics of cracks in torn thin sheets, Physical Review E 81, 066103 (2010).
  12. Y. Cohen, J. Mathiesen and I. Procaccia, Drying patterns: Sensitivity to residual stresses, Physical Review E 79, 046109 (2009).

Media Coverage

Sequestration of Carbon dioxide:
MIT News: Study finds a natural impediment to the long-term sequestration of carbon dioxide.
Bloomberg: Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage Process Faces Clogs, MIT Says.
Forbes: New MIT Study Could Deflate Hopes For Coal Plant Carbon Capture And Storage
Phys.org: Study finds a natural impediment to the long-term sequestration of carbon dioxide
International Business times: Carbon storage underground may not be effective, large part of gas likely to escape with fatal consequences
Louisville’s NPR® News Station: Study Finds a Natural Hurdle to Sequestering Carbon Dioxide From Power Plants
Futura-Sciences (in French): Séquestration du CO2 : les doutes du MIT
NCYT (in Spanish): Almacenar CO2 en el subsuelo puede ser menos eficiente de lo creído

Growth of river channels:
MIT News: Cracking the problem of river growth.
Phys.org: A similar principle predicts the growth of fractures and rivers
Science & Vie (in French) Une équation mathématique prédit le trajet d’une rivière en formation