Noise and transport in nanopores We started by investigating noise at equilibrium in a simple setting. In doing so we discovered that fractional noise (a subset of subdiffusive noise) is inherent in nanopores, for example when counting particles crossing the pore . This phenomenon prevails as long as particles diffuse, and especially in 3D for ionic solutions . We also wrote a review adressing methods and applications related to transport in nanopores . In nanopores and nanochannels, hydrodynamics have peculiar effects on transport and can enhance transport .
 Intrinsic fractional noise in nanopores: The effect of reservoirs S. Marbach J. Chem. Phys. 154 (17), 171101
 Electroosmosis in nanopores: Computational methods and technological applications Electroosmosis in nanopores: Computational methods and technological applications A. Gubbiotti, M. Baldelli, G. Di Muccio, P. Malgaretti, S. Marbach, M. Chinappi Advances in Physics: X 7 (1), 2036638
 Ionic fluctuations in finite volumes: fractional noise and hyperuniformity M. T. Hoang Ngoc, B. Rotenberg, S. Marbach Faraday Discussions 2023
 Interactions enhance dispersion in fluctuating channels via emergent flows Y. Wang, D.S. Dean, S. Marbach, R. Zakine arXiv preprint 2305.04092