By W. Helfrich, B. Klösgen (auth.), Professor Dr. Akira Onuki, Professor Dr. Kyozi Kawasaki (eds.)
The fourth Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Symposium, dedicated to the subject of dynamics and styles in advanced fluids, was once hung on October 26 and 27, 1989, in Nishinomiya urban, Japan, the place ten invited audio system gave their lectures. A one-day assembly, comprising brief talks and poster periods, used to be then hung on an analogous subject on October 28 on the learn Institute for basic Physics, Kyoto collage. the current quantity includes the ten invited papers and 38 contributed papers provided at those conferences. The symposium was once subsidized by way of Nishinomiya urban, the place Prof. Hideki Yukawa as soon as lived and the place he wrote the prestigious paper describing the paintings that was once later venerated via a Nobel prize. the subject of the fourth symposium used to be selected from some of the most vigorously evolving and hugely interdisciplinary fields in condensed subject physics. the sector of advanced fluids is especially diversified and nonetheless in its infancy and, therefore, the definition of a posh fluid varies drastically from one researcher to the following. one of many pursuits of the symposium used to be to explain its definition via explicitly posing a couple of probably wealthy difficulties ready to be explored. certainly, experimentalists are disclosing various exciting dynamical phenomena in complicated platforms reminiscent of polymers, liquid crystals, gels, colloids, and surfactant structures. We, the organizers, wish that the symposium will give a contribution to the expanding value of the sphere within the coming years.
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Bergman and B. Halperin, Phys. Rev. B 13,2145 (1976) 33 Pattern Formation Processes in Binary Mixtures with Surfactants T. Kawakatsu and K. Kawasaki Department of Physics, Kyushu University 33, Fukuoka 812, Japan Abstract. A dynamical model is proposed which is suitable for investigating the pattern formation processes in binary mixtures with surfactants. Typical examples of such systems are microemulsions. Bicontinuous and micellar pattern formation processes are demonstrated and the growth laws of the patterns are studied by computer experiments.