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Condensed matter theories. Volume 25 / Eduardo V. Ludeña, Raymond F. Bishop, Peter Iza, editors.

By: (33rd : International Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories (33rd : 2009 Aug : Quito, Ecuador)Contributor(s): Ludeña, Eduardo V [edt] | Bishop, R. F. (Raymond F.) [edt] | Iza, Peter [edt]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2011. Description: 1 online resource (xx, 395 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789814340793; 9814340790Subject(s): Condensed matter -- Congresses | SCIENCE -- Physics -- Condensed Matter | Condensed matterGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Condensed matter theories. Volume 25.DDC classification: 530.41 LOC classification: QC173.45 | .C663 2009ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
pt. A. Fermi and Bose fluids, exotic systems. Reemergence of the collective mode in [symbol]He and electron layers / H.M. Bohm [and others]. Dissecting and testing collective and topological scenarios for the quantum critical point / J.W. Clark, V.A. Khodel and M.V. Zverev. Helium on nanopatterned surfaces at finite temperature / E.S. Hernandez [and others]. Towards DFT calculations of metal clusters in quantum fluid matrices / S.A. Chin [and others]. Acoustic band gap formation in metamaterials / D.P. Elford [and others]. Dissipative processes in low density strongly interacting 2D electron systems / D. Neilson. Dynamical spatially resolved response function of finite 1-D nano plasmas / T. Raitza, H. Reinholz and G. Ropke. Renormalized bosons and fermions / K.A. Gernoth and M.L. Ristig. Light clusters in nuclear matter / G. Ropke -- pt. B. Quantum magnets, quantum dynamics and phase transitions. Magnetic ordering of antiferromagnets on a spatially anisotropic triangular lattice / R.F. Bishop [and others]. Thermodynamic detection of quantum phase transitions / M.K.G. Kruse [and others]. The SU(2) semi quantum systems dynamics and thermodynamics / C.M. Sarris and A.N. Proto -- pt. C. Physics of nanosystems and nanotechnology. Quasi-one dimensional fluids that exhibit higher dimensional behavior / S.M. Gatica [and others]. Spectral properties of molecular oligomers. A non-Markovian quantum state diffusion approach / J. Roden, W.T. Strunz and A. Eisfeld. Quantum properties in transport through nanoscopic rings : Charge-spin separation and interference effects / K. Hallberg, J. Rincon and S. Ramasesha. Cooperative localization-delocalization in the high T[symbol] cuprates / J. Ranninger. Thermodynamically stable vortex states in superconducting nanowires / W.M. Wu, M.B. Sobnack and F.V. Kusmartsev.
Summary: The orientation and physical context of the CMT Series of Workshops have always been cross-disciplinary, but with an emphasis placed on the common concerns of theorists applying many-particle concepts in diverse areas of physics. In this spirit, CMT33 chose to focus special attention on exotic fermionic and bosonic systems, quantum magnets and their quantum and thermal phase transitions, novel condensed matter systems for renewable energy sources, the physics of nanosystems and nanotechnology, applications of molecular dynamics as well as density functional theory.
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Proceedings of the 33rd International Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories (CMT33), held in Quito, 16-22 August 2009.

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pt. A. Fermi and Bose fluids, exotic systems. Reemergence of the collective mode in [symbol]He and electron layers / H.M. Bohm [and others]. Dissecting and testing collective and topological scenarios for the quantum critical point / J.W. Clark, V.A. Khodel and M.V. Zverev. Helium on nanopatterned surfaces at finite temperature / E.S. Hernandez [and others]. Towards DFT calculations of metal clusters in quantum fluid matrices / S.A. Chin [and others]. Acoustic band gap formation in metamaterials / D.P. Elford [and others]. Dissipative processes in low density strongly interacting 2D electron systems / D. Neilson. Dynamical spatially resolved response function of finite 1-D nano plasmas / T. Raitza, H. Reinholz and G. Ropke. Renormalized bosons and fermions / K.A. Gernoth and M.L. Ristig. Light clusters in nuclear matter / G. Ropke -- pt. B. Quantum magnets, quantum dynamics and phase transitions. Magnetic ordering of antiferromagnets on a spatially anisotropic triangular lattice / R.F. Bishop [and others]. Thermodynamic detection of quantum phase transitions / M.K.G. Kruse [and others]. The SU(2) semi quantum systems dynamics and thermodynamics / C.M. Sarris and A.N. Proto -- pt. C. Physics of nanosystems and nanotechnology. Quasi-one dimensional fluids that exhibit higher dimensional behavior / S.M. Gatica [and others]. Spectral properties of molecular oligomers. A non-Markovian quantum state diffusion approach / J. Roden, W.T. Strunz and A. Eisfeld. Quantum properties in transport through nanoscopic rings : Charge-spin separation and interference effects / K. Hallberg, J. Rincon and S. Ramasesha. Cooperative localization-delocalization in the high T[symbol] cuprates / J. Ranninger. Thermodynamically stable vortex states in superconducting nanowires / W.M. Wu, M.B. Sobnack and F.V. Kusmartsev.

The orientation and physical context of the CMT Series of Workshops have always been cross-disciplinary, but with an emphasis placed on the common concerns of theorists applying many-particle concepts in diverse areas of physics. In this spirit, CMT33 chose to focus special attention on exotic fermionic and bosonic systems, quantum magnets and their quantum and thermal phase transitions, novel condensed matter systems for renewable energy sources, the physics of nanosystems and nanotechnology, applications of molecular dynamics as well as density functional theory.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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