Series on Advances
in Quantum Many-Body Theory - Vol. 1
RECENT PROGRESS IN MANY-BODY THEORIES
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference
Sydney, Australia 21 - 25 July 1997
edited by David Neilson (University of New South Wales, Australia) &
Raymond F Bishop (UMIST, UK)
This inaugural volume in a new series on quantum many-body theory contains the papers
presented at the Ninth International Conference on Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories.
The conference focused on the development and refinement of many-body methods.
A major aim was to foster the exchange of ideas among physicists working in such
diverse areas as nuclear physics, quantum chemistry, complex systems, lattice Hamiltonians,
quantum fluids and condensed matter physics. A special feature was a session devoted to
theories for many-electron systems in low-dimensional quantum dots, wires and electrons.
- Feenberg Memorial Lecture
- Low Dimensional Coulomb Systems
- Many Body Methods
- Nuclear and Sub-Nuclear Many Body Problems
- Quantum and Classical Fluids and Solids
- Quantum Chaos, Disordered and Complex Systems
- Quantum Phase Transitions
- Strongly Correlated Lattice Systems
Readership: Researchers in many-body systems, nuclear and subnuclear
physics, quantum fluids and solids, quantum phase transition, quantum chaos and