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  1. Exotic Properties of Superfluid 3He (Series I N Modern Condensed Matter Physics, Vol 1) by G. E. Volovik, 1992-07
  2. The Magnetocaloric Effect and its Applications (Series in Condensed Matter Physics) by A.M. Tishin, Y.I. Spichkin, 2003-12-01
  3. Fundamental Properties of the Neutron (Oxford Series on Neutron Scattering in Condensed Matter, 6)
  4. Field Theories in Condensed Matter Physics: A Workshop by Ziatko Tesanovic, 1990-03
  5. Condensed-Matter and Materials Physics: Basic Research for Tomorrow's Technology (<i>Physics in a New Era:</i> A Series) by Committee on Condensed-Matter and Materials Physics, National Research Council, 1999-04-20
  6. Condensed Matter Theories: Volume 5 (Condensed Matter Theories) by Valdir C. Aguilera-Navarro, 1990-10-01
  7. Solitons and Condensed Matter Physics: Proceedings of a Symposium Held June 19-27, 1978 (Springer Series in Solid-State Science)
  8. Phonon Scattering in Condensed Matter: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference University (International Conference on Phonon Scattering in Solids// Proceedings) by W. Eisenmenger, K. Labmann, 1984-05
  9. Theory of thermal neutron scattering: The use of neutrons for the investigation of condensed matter, (The International series of monographs on physics) by W Marshall, 1971
  10. Dynamics of Ordering Processes in Condensed Matter by S. Komura, 1988-11-01
  11. Landolt-Bvrnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series Gruppe/Group 3 Condensed Matter Vol by R. R. Arons, D. Bonnenberg, et all 1982-12
  12. Encyclopedia Dictionary of Condensed Matter Physics
  13. Landolt-Bvrnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series Gruppe/Group 3 Condensed Matter Vol by E. Burzo, H. P. J. Wijn, 1993-10
  14. Energy Transfer Processes in Condensed Matter (NATO Science Series: B:) by Baldassare Dibartolo, 1985-01-01

121. RealityGrid
Moving the bottleneck out of the hardware and back into the human mind aims to gridenable the realistic modelling and simulation of complex condensed matter structures at the meso and nanoscale levels as well as the discovery of new materials.
Moving the bottleneck out of the hardware and into the human mind

122. PSI Villigen - 3rd PSI Summer School On Condensed Matter Research
Paul Scherrer Institut, PSI Villigen 3rd PSI Summer School on condensed matter Research ( 7.-14. 3rd PSI Summer School on condensed matter Research ( 7.-14.

123. Research Experience In Physics & Astronomy For Undergraduates (REU)
Research areas in this 10week program for undergraduates include astronomy and astrophysics, biological physics, condensed matter physics, high energy physics, nuclear physics, plasma and laser physics, quantum optics, and physics education.
Directors: Priscilla S. Auchincloss and Arie Bodek The Physics and Astronomy Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program is funded by the National Science Foundation to support ten to twelve highly-qualified students to undertake supervised research projects in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, for a period of 10 weeks each summer. Departmental faculty conduct research in diverse experimental and theoretical areas, including Biological Physics Condensed Matter Physics High Energy Physics Nuclear Physics ... Quantum Optics , and Physics Education. Each summer, the Department's research effort involves approximately 30 undergraduate students, in addition to approximately 120 graduate students, 35 postdoctoral research associates, and 30 regular faculty members. Much of the research performed by past undergraduate research assistants has been published in scientific journals. Many students have also presented their work at national conferences and undergraduate research symposia at the University of Rochester. Program : Over the 10-week summer research period, participants attend a series of informal seminars covering research topics as well as others, such as preparing for graduate school. These seminars are intended to foster discussion among REU students and faculty, and to serve as a basis for further social and scientific interaction. Students whose projects are primarily experimental are encouraged to attend mini-courses in electronics and in machine shop techniques. The core research experience takes place in the context of research groups working at the University's research facilities. Students present their work at an informal symposium at the end of the summer. They are encouraged to work with their research advisers toward completion of publications, submission of abstracts, and presentations of their work at professional and student conferences.

124. Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science Research Division
Welcome to the pages of the condensed matter Physics Materials Science Research Division WWW pages. Research in electroceramics

school about electroceramics ... contact
welcome Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science is one of the most rapidly growing areas in Physics at Queen's. An understanding of materials with new and exciting properties, and the ability to fabricate them, is of great importance to the future well-being of modern, high-tech industries. The Division is at the forefront of this science. The development of new media and their exploitation in commercial devices is also relevant to the work carried out by the staff. The postgraduate research projects and training offered provide an excellent basis for future employment. Much of the work undertaken by the staff can be considered to be nanotechnology. This research falls under the umbrella of a new research centre Nanotec NI. The exciting new research projects being initiated will be a focus for the staff in the coming years. emu
polecer The Electroceramics Group joined the EC funded European Thematic Network on Polar Electroceramics.
nanotec ni Staff in the division are participants in an exciting new centre of excellence in nanotechnology - Nanotec NI. The Centre has a remit to carry out research and provide a service to both local and inward investing industry.

125. Soft Condensed Matter Group - ESRF
Soft condensed matter Group. Beamlines. ID02 Synopsis. Soft condensed matter science is a wide and rapidlyevolving activity at ESRF. It
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  • - High Brilliance Beamline - TROIKA Beamline (I+III) - TROIKA II Beamline - Microfocus Beamline
Soft condensed matter science is a wide and rapidly-evolving activity at ESRF. It adresses questions concerning the microstructure, kinetics, dynamics and rheology of complex and nanostructured materials (polymers, colloids, fluids, liquid crystals) in 3-D and under reduced dimensionality. Soft condensed matter science involves studies of in-situ
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  • - Dutch Belgian beamline (DUBBLE) - CRG-IF beamline

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126. UIC Physics Research
Active physics research program cover both experimental and theoretical topics in the major research areas of atomic, biological, condensed matter, materials, highenergy, nuclear, laser and molecular physics. Researchers in the Physics Department are engaged in research programs at facilities located on the UIC Campus, as well as at Fermi lab, Argonne National Laboratory and Brookhaven National Laboratory. The Microphysics Laboratory, Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratory and Modern Microscopy Laboratory are world-class facilities located on the UIC Campus.

127. Experimental Condensed-Matter Physics And Polymer Physic
Experimental CondensedMatter Physics and Polymer Physics. Faculty material. condensed matter physics occupies a unique niche in physics.
Experimental Condensed-Matter Physics and Polymer Physics
Faculty Members R. Bansil, J. Brooks, M. Crommie, M. El-Batanouny, B. Goldberg, K. Ludwig, T. Moustakas, K. Smith, W. Skocpol, G. Zimmerman M. Kaplan, P. Mankiewich, Y. Negm Graduate Students E. Aifer, G. Athas, K. Breuer, C. Campos, S. Chen, X. Chen, E. deObaldia, H. Ghaemi, S. Jin, B. Jovanovic, V. Kollias, M. Marynowski, G. Morales, E. O'Connor, S. Valfells, Y. Xie Click on a project name to learn more about that project This page was prepared by J. David Ribak ( Updated 2 May 1994

128. Welcome To Complex Photonic Systems
Various aspects of condensed matter are being investigated by optical methods. The research is aimed at static and dynamic properties of complex micromatter, including strongly scattering photonic matter, photonic band gap materials, complex fluids and biologicallyinspired membrane systems.
Complex Photonic Systems Home Welcome


This chair is part of the Department of Science and Technology at the University of Twente. The scientific research in this chair is part of the research institute MESA Welcome to Complex Photonic Systems
Profs. Ad Lagendijk and Willem Vos together form the research group “Complex Photonic Systems” (COPS), with Ad as chair holder.
We investigate Anderson localization and diffusion of light, photonic band gap materials, random lasers and related phenomena. Quicklinks Optics Corner Our group in the press Volkskrant Columns Thursday Meetings ... Cops Leerstoelvak 2003-2004 NewsFlash COPS on TV Professor Valentin Freilikher guest scientist with COPS Lydia Bechger recieves the 2000th PhD-degree at the University of Twente
Website of Complex Photonic Systems, topics: complex media, dielectric composites, nano-optics, Anderson localization, photonic band gaps, density of states, spontaneous emission, random lasers, pulse propagation, photonic switching, multiple scattering complex media, dielectric composites, nano-optics, Anderson localization, photonic band gaps, density of states, spontaneous emission, random lasers, pulse propagation, photonic switching, multiple scattering

129. The Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory
FSMRL is an interdisciplinary research laboratory focused on fundamental issues in materials science. The primary goals of the programs are to develop fundamental research programs in the areas of materials science, condensed matter physics, and materials chemistry, to educate scientists and engineers at the PhD and Post-doctoral levels with skills in those areas, and to transfer science and technology developed to other DOE National Laboratories and to US industry via research collaborations, mutually supportive interactions, and continuing education.
picture by Kris Williams, 21 June 2002 The Frederick Seitz
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104 S. Goodwin, Urbana, IL 61801

condensed matter WFUcondensed matter Physics. The area of major concentration is condensed matter physics, which includes the work of two experimentalists

131. Materials Theory Institute
Aims to attract leading talents in the field of condensed matter physics for collaborative work closely related to Argonne's experimental and theoretical projects.
The Materials Theory Institute is designed to attract the leading experts and best talents in the field of condensed matter physics for collaborative work closely related to Argonne’s experimental and theoretical projects. A goal of the Materials Theory Institute is to foster growth and expansion of theoretical science laboratory-wide. The Institute intends to have a major impact on the overall research at ANL and to play a crucial role in the formulation of new research directions and future initiatives. Its activities aim to benefit individual groups, both theoretical and experimental. The Institute catalyzes interdisciplinary interactions and collaborations.
The Theory Institute is based on relevance, flexibility, and cost-efficiency. Its most important characteristic is cutting edge research of the highest quality. The Institute is largely built on visitor programs: visiting members possess expertise complementary to that available at Argonne and support and strengthen projects led by the permanent staff. The duration of regular visits may vary from two weeks to two years. This format enables us to maintain the mobile, well focused, and highly interactive character of the research and allows tackling a rich variety of the most urgent and topical scientific problems.
The simultaneous presence of the leading experts, working as a team on focused projects, enables us to organize a series of the workshops, devoted to the most urgent topics emerging in condensed matter and material physics. These workshops attract the most talented scientists, advance the current projects, and contribute enormously to the creative and stimulating atmosphere of the Institute.

132. Home
Welcome to the Division of condensed matter Structure Web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our Research Group.
You can mail webmaster at here Welcome to the Division of Condensed Matter Structure Web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our Research Group. At this site, you will discover all about our research activities, as well as our international scientific collaboration and participation in research projects. You can also find some of our publications. Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about our research activities, or simply need more information and want to contact us, click on the contact button on any page within this site. Thank You for visiting our site. [Home] [ Research activity News Staff Selected publications ...

133. USC Condensed Matter Physics
USC condensed matter Physics. condensed matter physics is one of the major areas of emphasis at the USC Physics and Astronomy Department.
USC Condensed Matter Physics
Individual theorists are currently working on strongly interacting electron systems, the theory of conducting polymers, and soliton transport in low-dimensional materials. Included in the Condensed Matter group are Professors Gerd Bergmann Gene Bickers Hans Bozler Christopher Gould ... Kazumi Maki , and Richard Thompson P rofessor Gerd Bergmann 's interest lies in the field of electronic quantum interference in two-dimensional electron systems. By applying a magnetic field perpendicular to a thin metal film, he studies the propagation of the conduction electrons as a function of time and determines their lifetime in an energy state, the rotation of the electron spin and magnetic scattering. Using an advanced evaporation technique, Professor Bergmann and his students and co-workers are studying the interactions of the electrons with defects of the film, phonons and other excitations. Another field of interest are the non-equilibrium properties of thin narrow films (micro-structures). In the presence of high current densities the electron and the phonon system can be driven out of equilibrium. The non-equilibrium distribution of the electrons and the phonons and the electron-phonon relaxation processes can be studied by this method. P rofessor Gene Bickers is currently investigating aspects of the theory of strongly interacting electron systems. In most conducting materials, the Coulomb interaction between electrons may be ignored in first approximation by describing properties in terms of weakly interacting "quasiparticles." In strongly interacting systems, local electronic correlations are so large that the quasiparticle picture breaks down, resulting in novel electronic ground states. Experimental examples of strongly interacting systems include the "heavy-electron" metals, the Bechgaard salts, and the technologically promising high-temperature oxide superconductors. Professor Bickers is using a variety of analytical and numerical techniques to study models for these systems. His other research interests include localization effects in low-dimensional conductors and the development of novel quantum simulation techniques.

134. MSD Home Page
was established in 1973 at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (India) as a part of a multidisciplinary research and developmental programme on basic research in condensed matter and materials science.
Materials Science Division (MSD)
IGCAR, Kalpakkam
MSD is pursuing basic research in front line areas of condensed matter and materials science
Research Groups Advanced Materials Design and Development Ion Beam Application Light Scattering ... X-Ray and Crystal Growth [ Home ] About us Research Areas Facilities Research Groups ... Back to IGCAR Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.
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135. University Of York | Dept Of Physics | Research&Publications | Condensed Matter
condensed matter Theory. For further details of the group s research and seminars, see the home page of the condensed matter Theory group.

Research Groups

Magnetic Materials

Surface Physics

Condensed Matter

Produced Plasmas

and X-Ray Lasers

Nuclear Physics
Condensed Matter Theory Professor Babiker Professor Godby Professor Matthew and Dr Probert The group is active in several areas of the theory of matter, and consists of 4 members of academic staff, 3 postdoctoral research fellows and 9 graduate students. There is a regular seminar series with external and internal speakers. Research topics include
  • carrier-phonon interactions and electric transport in low-dimensional semiconductors optical properties of microstructured photonic materials ab initio many-body perturbation theory for electronic and optical properties of nanostructures and other systems, and total energies fundamentals of density-functional theory theory of Auger spectroscopy, photoemission spectroscopy, and low-energy electron diffraction computer simulation of complex processes in materials using molecular dynamics based techniques
For further details of the group's research and seminars, see the

136. BNL Physics Department
Carries out research in experimental and theoretical high energy, nuclear and condensed matter physics. Programs, projects and people are showcased.
Nuclear Physics Condensed Matter High Energy Phys. Physics Directory ... Computing and Desk Top Resources The Physics Department carries out research in experimental and theoretical high energy, nuclear and condensed matter physics Samuel Aronson , Chair
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Peter Johnson Acting Associate Chair Department Organizational Chart (PDF) Administrative Organizational Chart (PDF) Last update on: June 04, 2004 by S. Parrish Announcements/Meetings NSAC Review of Heavy Ion
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137. Nat'l Academies Press, Condensed-Matter Physics (1986), Table Of Contents
Questions? Call 800624-6242. Condensed-Matter Physics (1986) Commission on Physical C New Materials, 248-257. D Laser Spectroscopy of condensed matter, 258-264.
Read more than 3,000 books online FREE! More than 900 PDFs now available for sale HOME ABOUT NAP CONTACT NAP HELP ... ORDERING INFO Items in cart [0] TRY OUR SPECIAL DISCOVERY ENGINE Questions? Call 800-624-6242 Condensed-Matter Physics
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Openbook Linked Table of Contents Front Matter, pp. i-x Table of Contents, pp. xi-xviii I Highlights, Opportunities, and Needs, pp. 1-36 II A Decade of Condensed-Matter Physics, pp. 37-38 1 Electronic Structure and Properties of Matter, pp. 39-57 2 Structures and Vibrational Properties of Solids, pp. 58-74 3 Critical Phenomena and Phase Transitions, pp. 75-94 4 Magnetism, pp. 95-112 5 Semiconductors, pp. 113-126 6 Defects and Diffusion, pp. 127-143 7 Surfaces and Interfaces, pp. 144-163 8 Low-Temperature Physics, pp. 164-189 9 Liquid-State Physics, pp. 190-205 10 Polymers, pp. 206-214 11 Nonlinear Dynamics, Instabilities, and Chaos, pp. 215-235 A Connections Between Subareas of Condensed-Matter Physics a..., pp. 236-245 B New Experimental Techniques, pp. 246-247

138. Utrecht Soft Condensed Matter Group
Research is focused on the quantitative 3D realspace analysis and manipulation of colloidal structures and processes.
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139. Condensed Matter Physics Group
School of Physics and Astonomy, Edgbaston, Birmingham. B15 2TT. Group History. Mott Prize. Research. Who s Who. Publications. Local Information, Talks. How to find us.
School of Physics and Astonomy, Edgbaston, Birmingham. B15 2TT Group History Mott Prize Research Who's Who ... Our contribution to PHYSICAL REVIEW FOCUS

140. Springer-Verlag - Condensed Matter
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