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Exploring the energy landscape of model proteins: A metric criterion for the determination of dynamical connectivity Lorenzo Bongini, Roberto Livi, Antonio Politi, and Alessandro Torcini Published 29 November 2005 (8 pages) 051929

Surface charge relaxation and the pearling instability of charged surfactant tubes T. T. Nguyen, A. Gopal, K. Y. C. Lee, and T. A. Witten Published 30 November 2005 (7 pages) 051930

Approximate solution to the bidomain equations for electrocardiogram problems Salil G. Patel and Bradley J. Roth Published 30 November 2005 (7 pages) 051931


Force-induced conformational transition in a system of interacting stiff polymers: Application to unfolding Sanjay Kumar and Debaprasad Giri Published 2 November 2005 (4 pages) 052901

Diffusing wave spectroscopy with a small number of scattering events: An implication to microflow diagnostics Sergey Ulyanov Published 3 November 2005 (4 pages) 052902

Dynamic transitions in small world networks: Approach to equilibrium limit Prashant M. Gade and Sudeshna Sinha Published 28 November 2005 (4 pages) 052903

MARCH MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT DBP Student Travel Grants for 2006 APS March Meeting

The Division of Biological Physics will award several travel grants of up to $300 each to students as the first author of contributed papers (talks or posters) in sessions sponsored by DBP at the March Meeting. Applicants will be chosen on the basis of the quality of their work as evidenced by the abstract of the paper, a letter of support from their thesis advisor and travel distance to Baltimore.

Both student and advisor, domestic or foreign, must be members of the DBP, not just of the APS. New members can sign up at http://www.aps.org/memb/joinaps.cfm, and are encouraged to do so before Dec. 31, 2005 for verification purposes.

No more than 2 students from one advisor may apply. Please include the abstract, the assigned session number (available online after mid-January), a letter of recommendation, APS membership numbers of student and advisor, home address, and, for domestic applicants, social security number (which will be kept confidential and used only if an award is made).

Submit applications via email (no attachments) to both the Chair, Dr. Peter Jung, at jung@helios.phy.ohiou.edu, and the Secretary-Treasurer, Dr. Shirley Chan, at ShirleyChan@mailaps.org. The deadline is February 1, 2006. Please personalize the subject of the application email by: "DBP-STG, from STUDENT NAME". Applicants will be notified by email before the Meeting for the awards and instructions on how to receive the checks.

Dr. Peter Jung, Chair, DBP


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