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著書, 講義ノートなど(Book Chapter, Lecture Note, etc)

  1. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Actively Twisted Polymers and Filaments in Biology
    p.275-p.363 in Nonequilibrium Soft Matter Physics, edited by S. Komura and T. Ohta (World Scientific, Singapore, 2012)

  2. 和田 浩史
    かたち・動き・成長の生物物理学
    第60回物性若手夏の学校 集中ゼミ pdf

  3. Hirofumi Wada and Daichi Matsumoto
    Twisting Growth in Plant Roots
    in "Plant Biomechanics", p127-140 edited by A. Geitmann and J. Gril (Springer, 2018) URL

  4. Sophia Chen
    Q&A: The Physics of the Everyday
    Physics, 11, 107 (2018).
    URL

原著論文 (Papers)

Google Scholar
  1. Taiju Yoneda, Yoshinobu Miyamoto and Hirofumi Wada
    Structure, design and mechanics of a pop-up origami with cuts
    Physical Review Applied, 17 L021004 (2022). URL (open access)
      Creative Commons open access
      Selected for Editor's Suggestion.


  2. Keisuke Yoshida and Hirofumi Wada
    Mechanics of a snap fit
    Physical Review Letters, 12 194301 (2020). URL (open access)
      Creative Commons open access

    "From REGOs to Ziploc: The Science of the Snap Fit" by Katharine Gammon

  3. Makoto Miyata, R.C. Robinson, T.Q.P. Uyeda, Y. Fukumori, S. Fukushima, S. Haruta, M. Homma, K. Inaba, M. Ito, C. Kaito, K. Kato, T. Kenri, Y. Kinosita, S. Kojima, T. Minamino, H. Mori, S. Nakamura, D. Nakane, K. Nakayama, M. Nishiyama, S. Shibata, K. Shimabukuro, M. Tamakoshi, A. Taoka, Y. Tashiro, I. Tulum, H. Wada, and K. Wakabayashi
    Tree of motility --A proposed history of motility systems in the tree of life
    Genes to Cells, 25 6-21 (2020). URL (open access)

  4. 佐野 友彦 和田 浩史
    しなやかさとともに、かたちあり -弾性と幾何
    日本物理学会誌 -解説, 74 822 (2019). URL

  5. Taiju Yoneda, Daichi Matsumoto, and Hirofumi Wada
    Structure, design and mechanics of a paper spring
    Physical Review E, 100, 013003 (2019). URL
      Selected for Editor's Suggestion.

  6. Tomohiko G. Sano and Hirofumi Wada
    Twist-induced snapping of a bent elastic rod and ribbon
    Physical Review Letters, 124 114301 (2019). URL (open access)
      Creative Commons open access

  7. Daichi Matsumoto, Tomohiko G. Sano and Hirofumi Wada
    Pinching an open cylindrical shell: Extended deformation and its persistence
    Europhysics Letters, 123 14001 (2018). URL

  8. Keigo Nakamura, Tetsuya Hisanaga, Koichi Fujimoto, Keiji Nakajima and Hirofumi Wada
    Plant-inspired pipettes
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 15 20170868 (2018). data URL (open access)
      "Liverwort reproductive organ inspires pipette design" by Laurel Hamers
    Royal Society Publishing Blog "Bioinspiration: plant-inspired pipettes" by Anita Kristiansen
    Science News for Students "An ancient plant inspires a new lab tool" by Sid Perkins

  9. Tomohiko G. Sano and Hirofumi Wada
    Snap-buckling in asymmetrically constrained elastic strips
    Physical Review E, 97, 013002 (2018). URL
      Selected for Editor's Suggestion.

  10. Tomohiko G. Sano, Tetsuo Yamaguchi and Hirofumi Wada
    Slip morphology of elastic strips on frictional rigid substrates
    Physical Review Letters, 118, 178001 (2017). URL

  11. Yasuaki Morigaki, Hirofumi Wada and Yoshimi Tanaka
    Stretching an elastic loop: Crease, helicoid, and pop-out
    Physical Review Letters, 117, 198003 (2016). URL
      Selected for Editor's Suggestion.

      Synopsis: "Ribbon Creases and Twists" by Michael Schirber
    Physics World "Loops of ribbon inspire physicists" by Sophia Chen

  12. Daichi Matsumoto, Koji Fukudome and Hirofumi Wada
    Two-dimensional fluid dynamics in a sharply bent channel: Laminar flow, separation bubble and vortex dynamics
    Physics of Fluids, 28, 103602 (2016). URL

  13. Hirofumi Wada
    Structural mechanics and helical geometry of thin elastic composites
    Soft Matter, 12 7386-7397 (2016). URL

  14. Hirofumi Wada
    Living filaments all over the surface
    JPSJ News Comments, 12 12 (2015). URL

  15. Bartosz Kowalik, Thomas Schubert, Hirofumi Wada, Motomu Tanaka, Roland R. Netz and Emanuel Schneck
    Combination of MD simulations with two-states kinetic rate modeling elucidates the chain melting transition of phospholipid bilayers for different hydration levels
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 119 14157-14167 (2015). URL

  16. Hirofumi Wada, Daisuke Nakane and Hsuan-Yi Chen
    Bidirectional bacterial gliding motility powered by the collective transport of cell surface proteins
    Physical Review Letters, 111 248102 (2013). URL
      Selected for Editor's Suggestion.

  17. 和田 浩史
    バイオメカニクス:力学から見る生命現象
    日本物理学会誌 -最近の研究から-, 68, 612 (2013). Preprint

  18. Daisuke Nakane, Keiko Sato, Hirofumi Wada, Mark J. McBride and Koji Nakayama
    Helical flow of surface protein required for bacterial gliding motility
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 110, 11145 (2013). URL

  19. Masahiro Ikeda, Hirofumi Wada and Hisao Hayakawa
    Instabilities and turbulence-like dynamics in an oppositely driven binary particle mixture
    Europhysics Letters, 99, 68005 (2012). URL

  20. Hirofumi Wada
    Hierachical helical order in the twisted growth of plant organs
    Physical Review Letters, 109, 128104 (2012). URL

  21. Takahiro Sakaue, Takuya Saitoh, and Hirofumi Wada
    Dragging a polymer in a viscous fluid: Steady state and transient
    Physical Review E, 86, 011804 (2012).

  22. Hirofumi Wada
    Geometry of twist transport in a rotating elastic rod
    Physical Review E, 84, 042901 (2011).

  23. Takahiro Sakaue, Guillaume Witz, Giovanni Dietler and Hirofumi Wada
    Universal bond correlation function for two-dimensional polymer rings
    Europhysics Letters, 91, 68002 (2010).

  24. Hirofumi Wada
    Pumping viscoelastic two-fluid media
    arXiv:1004.1254 unpublished (2010).
    --The analysis presented in this paper was flawed.

  25. Hirofumi Wada and Yoshimi Tanaka
    Mechanics and size-dependent elasticity of composite networks
    Europhysics Letters, 87, 58001 (2009): Erratum 95, 29901 (2011).
    --Highlighted in Europhysics News (EPN) (2010).

  26. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Plectoneme creation reduces the rotational friction of a polymer
    Europhysics Letters 87, 38001 (2009): Erratum 88, 49901 (2009).

  27. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Hydrodynamics of helical-shaped bacterial motility
    Physical Review E, 80, 021921-1–20 (2009).
    --Some corrections to this paper: pdf

  28. Alfredo Alexander-Katz, Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Internal friction and nonequilibrium unfolding of polymeric globules
    Physical Review Letters, 103, 028102-1–4 (2009).

  29. Hon-Reng Jiang, Hirofumi Wada, Natsuhiko Yoshinaga and Masaki Sano
    Manipulation of colloids by a noneqilibrium depletion force in a temperature gradient
    Physical Review Letters, 102, 208301-1–4 (2009).

  30. Hirofumi Wada
    A semiflexible polymer ring acting as a nano-propeller
    European Physical Journal E, 28, 11–16 (2009).

  31. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Discrete elastic model for stretching-induced flagellar polymorphs
    Europhysics Letters, 82, 28001 (2008).

  32. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Model for self-propulsive helical filaments: Kink-pair propagation
    Physical Review Letters, 99, 108102-1–4 (2007)
    --Highlighted in NewScientist Tech (Sep.2007).

  33. Yoshihiro Murayama, Hirofumi Wada and Masaki Sano
    Dynamic force spectroscopy of a single condensed DNA
    Europhysics Letters, 79, 58001-1-6 (2007).

  34. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Stretching helical nano-springs at finite temperature
    Europhysics Letters 77, 68001-1-6 (2007).

  35. Hirofumi Wada and Roland R. Netz
    Nonequilibrium hydrodynamics of a rotating filament
    Europhysics Letters, 75, 645-651 (2006).

  36. Hirofumi Wada, Yoshihiro Murayama and Masaki Sano
    Nonlinear elasticity of single collapsed polyelectrolytes
    Physical Review E, 72, 041803-1-8 (2005).

  37. Hirofumi Wada
    Electroviscous effects of simple electrolytes under shear
    Journal of Statisitcal Mechanics, P01001 (2005).

  38. Hirofumi Wada
    Shear-induced quench of long-range correlations in a liquid mixture
    Physical Review E, 69, 031202-1-7 (2004).

  39. Hirofumi Wada
    Dynamics of phase separation in confined two-component fluid membranes
    Journal of Physical Society of Japan, 72, 3142-3150 (2003).

  40. Hirofumi Wada and Shin-ichi Sasa
    Anomalous pressure in fluctuating shear flow
    Physical Review E, 67, 065302(R)-1-4 (2003).
      Rapid Communication

  41. Hirofumi Wada, Yoshihiro Murayama and Masaki Sano
    Model of elastic responses of single DNA molecules in collapsing transition
    Physical Review E, 66, 061912-1-10 (2002).

国際会議の招待講演 (Invited Talks)

  1. "GSF follow on: Mathematics of form in active and inactive media", Issac Newton Institute for Mathematics, Cambridge, UK (March 25-29, 2019)
  2. "Avalanches, plasticity, and nonlinear response in nonequilibrium solids", YITP, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (March 7-9, 2016)
  3. "The 3rd East Asia Joint Seminar on Statistical Physics", KIAS, Soul, South Korea (October 14-17, 2015)
  4. iCeMS International Symposium "Hierarchical Dynamics in Soft Materials and Biological Matter", (Short Invited Talk), Kyoto University, Japan (September 23-26, 2015).
  5. Special session "Biofluids" in "2014 KSIAM Annual Meeting", Jeju, South Korea (November 20-23, 2014).
  6. Minisymposia Talk in "JSMB/SMB 2014 Osaka", Osaka, Japan (July 31, 2014).
  7. "COMPO2014 Nanocomposites & Biocomposites", Weizmann Institute of Sciences, Israel (April 28-May 2, 2014).
  8. "7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems", Barcelona, Spain (July 21-26, 2013).
  9. "German-Japan Workshop: Softmatter in Nonequilibrium", Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (February 16, 2013).
  10. "One-day International Workshop on Thermoelectricity and Thermophoresis", Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan (September 28, 2012).
  11. "Biological Locomotion" symposium in SIAM for Life Science 2012, San-diego, USA (August 7-10, 2012).
  12. "Bio-Soft Matter Workshop", National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (October, 2011).
  13. "Mechano-Biology" symposium in "4th Shanghai International Conference on Biophysics and Molecular Biology", Shanghai, China (August, 2010).
  14. International workshop: "Statistical Physics and Topology of Polymers with Ramifications to Structure and Function of DNA and Proteins", Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto Japan (August, 2010).
  15. International workshop: “Driven Microfluidic Systems” Atlantic Centre for Atomistic Modeling, University College Dublin, Ireland (May, 2009).
  16. International workshop: “Modeling and Computer Simulations of Microswimming and Bacterial Motility”, Technical University Munich, Germany (September, 2007).

集中講義など (Intensive courses)

  1. 「Mechanics of Bio-based Materials」 夏期集中講義 東京大学大学院農学生命科学研究科  2021年9月1,2,3日
  2. 「バイオロジカルな連続体物理学」 夏期集中講義 お茶の水女子大学大学院  2018年9月18,19,20日
  3. 「生物のかたちのメカニクス入門」 夏期集中講義 東京大学統合自然科学科  2018年8月7,8,9日
  4. 「かたちのメカニクス --今日からつかえる曲線と曲面上の力学入門」 集中講義 九州大学大学院理学研究科  2018年1月29,30,31日
  5. 「生物のメカニカルデザイン:かたち、構造、機能」 集中講義 奈良女子大学大学院(理学系)  2017年12月7,14,21日
  6. 「かたち・動き・成長の生物物理学」 集中講義 大阪大学大学院理学研究科  2015年10月23,26日
  7. 「生物のなかの力学性:動きと形を描く物理学」 集中講義 京都大学 基礎物理学研究所 2015年2月23,24日
  8. 「生物における流体と固体の力学」 集中講義 東京大学大学院理学系研究科 2014年10月9,16,24日
  9. 「甦るダーシー・トムソン --生物の動きと形の原理を求めて」 集中講義(学部) 島根大学総合理工学部 2014年9月18,19日
  10. "Low Reynolds number hydrodynamics: Motion and transport in a viscous fluid", in Institute of physics of biological systems at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (April 15,22,29,and May 6, 2010).