The work shows the fascination of topology- and geometry-governed properties of self-rolled micro- and nanoarchitectures. The author provides an in-depth representation of the advanced theoretical and numerical models for analyzing key effects, which underlie engineering of transport, superconducting and optical properties of micro- and nanoarchitectures.
This introduction into topological and geometrical models covers
vortex matter in superconductor microtubes,
dynamics of magnetized microcoils,
propulsion mechanisms of catalytic tubular micromotors.