Field theory, topology and condensed matter physics : proceedings of the Ninth Chris Engelbrecht Summer School on Theoretical Physics, held at Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa, 17-28 January 1994 / Hendrik B. Geyer (ed.).

By: (9th : Chris Engelbrecht Summer School on Theoretical Physics (9th : 1994 : Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa)
Contributor(s): Geyer, Hendrik B, 1953-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 456.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1995Description: 1 online resource (xii, 206 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540494553; 3540494553Subject(s): Field theory (Physics) -- Congresses | Condensed matter -- Congresses | Topology -- Congresses | Quantum Hall effect -- Congresses | Superconductivity -- Congresses | Condensed matter | Field theory (Physics) | Quantum Hall effect | Superconductivity | Topology | Veldentheorie | Topologie | Vastestoffysica | Kondensierte Materie | Feldtheorie | Topologie | Stellenbosch <1994>Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Stellenbosch (1994) | Tsitsikama (1994) Additional physical formats: Print version:: Field theory, topology and condensed matter physics : proceedings of the Ninth Chris Engelbrecht Summer School on Theoretical Physics, held at Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa, 17-28 January 1994DDC classification: 537.6/2 LOC classification: QC173.68 | .C48 1994Other classification: 33.16 | 33.60 | SK 950 | UD 8220 | PHY 602f | PHY 604f Online resources: Click here to access online
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From the contents: Introduction to Conformal Invariance in Statistical Mechanics and to Random Surface Models -- Introduction to Path Integrals, Matrix Models and Strings -- Quantum Hall Fluids -- Topological Orders and Edge Excitations in Fractional Quantum Hall States -- Topological Mechanism of Superconductivity.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: This topical volume contains five pedagogically written articles on the interplay between field theory and condensed matter physics. The main emphasis is on the topological aspects, and especially quantum Hall fluids, and superconductivity is treated extensively. Other topics are conformal invariance and path integrals. The articles are carefully edited so that the book could ideally serve as a text for special graduate courses.
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From the contents: Introduction to Conformal Invariance in Statistical Mechanics and to Random Surface Models -- Introduction to Path Integrals, Matrix Models and Strings -- Quantum Hall Fluids -- Topological Orders and Edge Excitations in Fractional Quantum Hall States -- Topological Mechanism of Superconductivity.

This topical volume contains five pedagogically written articles on the interplay between field theory and condensed matter physics. The main emphasis is on the topological aspects, and especially quantum Hall fluids, and superconductivity is treated extensively. Other topics are conformal invariance and path integrals. The articles are carefully edited so that the book could ideally serve as a text for special graduate courses.

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