These are some explanatory (and usually incomplete) notes to my ongoing research.

- Non-linear Schrodinger equation work
- Quantum computing context
- Phase saturation context

- Quantum ratchet work
- Molecular motors
- Spaciotemporal correlations in Self Organized Critical systems

- "Dynamics of trapped one-dimensional bosons for intermediate repulsive interactions"

D. Efe Gokmen, M. Cemal Yalabik,

In process: arXiv:1902.04888 -
"A Hierarchy of Multi-Lane "Entropy Machines" with Unfair Resource Availability"

A. F. Yesil and M. C. Yalabik,

In process: arXiv:1603.06225 -
"A Report of a Significant Error On a Frequently Used Pseudo Random Number Generator"

A. F. Yesil and M. C. Yalabik,

In process: arXiv:1408.1900 -
"Strong Frequency Dependence in Over-damped Systems"

A. F. Yesil and M. C. Yalabik,

In process: arXiv:1512.03187 -
"Dynamical phase transitions in TASEP with two types of particles under periodically driven boundary conditions"

A. F. Yesil and M. C. Yalabik,

*Phys. Rev.***E93**, 012123 (2016). -
"Non-equilibrium phase transitions in the two-temperature Ising model with Kawasaki dynamics"

B. Renklioglu and M. C. Yalabik,

*Eur. Phys. J.***B85**, 398 (2012). -
"Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation for Quantum Computation"

M. C. Yalabik,

*Modern Physics Letters B***20**, 1099 (2006). -
"Finite size effects in cooperative molecular motors"

Sencer Taneri and M. C. Yalabik,

*Physica***A 327**, 291 (2003). -
"Deformation in cooperative molecular motors"

Sencer Taneri and M. C. Yalabik,

*Eur. Phys. J.***B22**, 403 (2001). -
"Time-dependent study of bistability in resonant-tunneling structures"

E. Kececioglu and M. C. Yalabik,

*Phys. Rev.***B59**, 2111 (1999). -
"A study of quantum bistability"

M. Ihsan Ecemis, M. C. Yalabik,*Turk. J. Phys.***20**, 62 (1996). -
"A numerical implementation of absorbing and injecting boundary
conditions for the time-dependent Schrodinger equation"

M. C. Yalabik, M. Ihsan Ecemis,

*Phys. Rev.***B51**, 2082 (1995). -
"Electronic transport through a kink in an electron waveguide"

M. C. Yalabik,

*IEEE Trans. Electr. Dev.*,**41**, 1843 (1994).

Over the course of time, I have had the good fortune of acting as an advisor to a number of very talented gradute students, whose collaborations are apparent in my research output. Some of these former students, with their last known (to me) affiliations are:

- Meral Aydin, Bilkent University
- Hatice Kokten, Middle East Technical University
- Alkan Kabakcioglu, Koc University
- Bozkurt Akguc, Texas University
- Ersin Kececioglu, Quantlab, Houston, TX
- Ihsan Ecemis, Icosystem, Cambridge, MA
- Cengiz Sen, Florida State University
- Sencer Taneri, Feza Gursey Institute
- Ceyda Sanli, University of Twente