In 2015, Altaner, in his “Fluctuating Currents in Stochastic Thermodynamics. II. Energy Conversion and Nonequilibrium Response in Kinesin Models”, co-authored with: Artur Wachtel and Jurgen Vollmer, attempted to model kinesin as a train or steam engine that was driven by ATP.
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In 2010, Altaner completed a BS or MS degree, with a thesis on “Non-linear Response of a Colloidal Particle in a Dense Suspension Under Flow” at University of Konstanz, Germany. In 2014, Altaner completed his PhD with a dissertation on “Foundations of Stochastic Thermodynamics: Entropy, Dissipation, and Information Models of Small Systems”. Presently, Altaner is associated with the Gerland Group at Technical University of Munich, which focuses on the "physics of complex biosystems".
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The following are quotes by Altaner:
- “I am a scientist working on the prebiotic origins of life and on complex systems in general.”
- — Bernhard Altaner (2021), NextStart.com profile
- Altaner, Bernhard; Wachtel, Artur; Vollmer, Jurgen. (2015). “Fluctuating Currents in Stochastic Thermodynamics. II. Energy Conversion and Nonequilibrium Response in Kinesin Models” (abs) (pdf), Physical Reviews E, 92(042133), Oct 14.
- Altaner, Bernhard. (2014). “Foundations of Stochastic Thermodynamics: Entropy, Dissipation, and Information Models of Small Systems” (co-authors: Jurgen Vollmer, Stefan Kehrein). Gottingen University, Germany.
- Bernhard Altaner (Gerland Group) – TUM.ed.
- Bernhard Altaner – Google Scholar.
- Bernhard Altaner (profile) – NextStart.com