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Quantum Gases:Finite Temperature and Non-Equilibrium by Nick Proukakis,Simon Gardiner,Matthew Davis,Marzena

By Nick Proukakis,Simon Gardiner,Matthew Davis,Marzena Szymańska

The 1995 commentary of Bose–Einstein condensation in dilute atomic vapours spawned the sphere of ultracold, degenerate quantum gases. extraordinary advancements in experimental layout and precision regulate have resulted in quantum gases changing into the popular playground for fashion designer quantum many-body systems.

This self-contained quantity presents a large evaluate of the critical theoretical recommendations utilized to non-equilibrium and finite temperature quantum gases. overlaying Bose–Einstein condensates, degenerate Fermi gases, and the extra lately realised exciton–polariton condensates, it fills a niche via linking among diversified equipment with origins in condensed topic physics, quantum box thought, quantum optics, atomic physics, and statistical mechanics. Thematically organised chapters on diversified methodologies, contributed via key researchers utilizing a unified notation, give you the first built-in view of the relative advantages of person methods, aided through pertinent introductory chapters and the counsel of editorial notes.

Both graduate scholars and confirmed researchers wishing to appreciate the cutting-edge will tremendously take advantage of this complete and updated assessment of non-equilibrium and finite temperature suggestions within the fascinating and increasing box of quantum gases and liquids.

Contents:

  • Introductory Material:
    • Quantum Gases: The Background
    • Quantum Gases: Experimental Considerations
    • Quantum Gases: heritage Key Theoretical Notions
  • Ultracold Bosonic Gases: Theoretical Modelling:
    • Kinetic and Many-Body Approaches
    • Classical-Field, Stochastic and Field-Theoretic Approaches
    • Comparison of universal Theories
  • Overview of comparable Quantum-Degenerate Systems:
    • Nearly Integrable One-Dimensional Systems
    • Optical Lattice Geometries
    • Liquid Helium
    • Degenerate Fermi Gases
    • Exciton/Polariton Condensation

Readership: geared toward graduate point scholars and for researchers.

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