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Gavin Crooks

From Thermodynamics of Computation

Biography: Gavin E. Crooks is an English chemist currently researching in America. He is known for his work on non-equilibrium thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. He discovered the Crooks fluctuation theorem, a general statement about the free energy difference between the initial and final states of a non-equilibrium transformation. Crooks is now a senior research scientist at Rigetti Computing.

Field(s) of Research: General Non-equilibrium Statistical Physics, Stochastic Thermodynamics

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  1. Bayesian estimates of free energies from nonequilibrium work data in the presence of instrument noise
  2. Entropy production fluctuation theorem and the nonequilibrium work relation for free energy differences
  3. Experimental test of Hatano and Sasa's nonequilibrium steady-state equality
  4. Far-from-equilibrium measurements of thermodynamic length
  5. Length of time's arrow
  6. Measures of trajectory ensemble disparity in nonequilibrium statistical dynamics
  7. Path-ensemble averages in systems driven far from equilibrium
  8. Thermodynamics of prediction