• D. Hexner, “Training precise stress patterns”,
  • D. Hexner, “Adaptable materials via retraining”,

Peer-reviewed papers:

  • Himangsu Bhaumik and Daniel Hexner, “Loss of material trainability through an unusual transition”, Phys. Rev. Research 4, L042044 (2022).
  • D Shohat, D Hexner, Y Lahini, “Memory from coupled instabilities in crumpled sheets”, PNAS 119 (28) e2200028119 (2022).
  • M. Casiulis, D. Hexner, D. Levine, “Self-propulsion and self-navigation: Activity is a precursor to jamming”, Phys. Rev. E. 104, 064614 (2021).
  •  M. Stern, D. Hexner, J.W. Rocks, A.J. Liu, “Supervised learning in physical networks: From machine learning to learning machines” , Phys. Rev. X 11, 021045 (2021).
  • D. Hexner, “Training nonlinear elastic functions: nonmonotonic, sequence dependent and bifurcating”, Soft Matter, 17, 4407-4412 (2021).
  • D. Hexner, N. Pashine, A. J. Liu, S. R. Nagel, “Effect of aging on the non-linear elasticity and memory formation in materials” PRR 2, 043231  (2020).
  • D. Hexner, A. J. Liu, S. R. Nagel, “Periodic training of creeping solids” PNAS 1922847117 (2020).
  • N. Pashine*, D. Hexner*, A. J. Liu and S.R. Nagel “Nature’s greed, memory and directed aging”. (*equal contribution) Science advance (2019). In Press.
  • D. Hexner, P. Urbani and F. Zamponi “Can a large packing be assembled from smaller ones ?”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 068003 (2019). Highlighted in Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics.
  • D. Hexner, A. J. Liu, and S. R. Nagel “Two diverging length scales in the structure of jammed packings” Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 115501 (2018). Highlighted in Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics.
  • D. Hexner, A. J. Liu, and S. R. Nagel “Role of local response in manipulating the elastic properties of disordered solids by bond removal” Soft Matter 14, 312-318 (2018).
  • N.P. Mitchell, L. M. Nash, D. Hexner, A. M. Turner and W. T. M. Irvine “Amorphous topological insulators constructed from random point sets” Nature Physics 14 380–385 (2018).
  • D. Hexner, A. J. Liu, and S. R. Nagel “Linking microscopic and macroscopic response in disordered solids” Phys. Rev. E 97, 063001 (2018).
  • D. M. Sussman, D. Hexner, C. P. Goodrich and A. J. Liu – Reply to the ‘Comment on “Spatial structure of states of self-stress in jammed systems”’ by E. Lerner, Soft Matter 13 (2017).
  • D. Hexner, P. M. Chaikin, and D. Levine “Enhanced hyperuniformity from random reorganization”, PNAS 114 4294-4299 (2017).
  • D. Hexner and D. Levine “Noise, Diffusion, and Hyperuniformity”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 020601 (2017).
  • D. Hexner and D. Levine “Hyperuniformity of critical absorbing states” Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 110602 (2015).
  • D. Hexner and D. Levine “Self-Organization and Self Avoiding Limit Cycles”, EPL, 109 (2015) 30004 (Editor’s choice).
  • N. Nikola, D. Hexner, and D. Levine “Entropic commensurate-incommensurate transition “. Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 125701 (2013).
  • D. Hexner and Y. Kafri “Tug of war in motility assay experiments”. Phys. Biol. 6 036016 (2009).