Condensed Matter Theories

Volume 5

  • V. C. Aguilera-Navarro

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. George A. Baker Jr., J. D. Johnson
    Pages 1-11
  3. Omar Benhar, Adelchi Fabrocini, Stefano Fantoni
    Pages 17-25
  4. J. Boronat, A. Polls, A. Fabrocini
    Pages 27-36
  5. John W. Clark, Manfred L. Ristig
    Pages 47-60
  6. C. W. Greeff, B. E. Clements, E. F. Talbot, H. R. Glyde
    Pages 61-70
  7. Rajiv K. Kalia, P. Vashishta, S. W. de Leeuw, John Harris
    Pages 71-76
  8. E. Krotscheck, J. L. Epstein, M. Saarela
    Pages 77-87
  9. S. W. de Leeuw, M. J. D. Brakkee
    Pages 89-96
  10. Eirene Mavrommatis, John W. Clark
    Pages 97-107
  11. A. Meroni, L. Reatto, K. J. Runge
    Pages 109-117
  12. Sergio Rosati, Michele Viviani, Enrique Buendia
    Pages 119-125
  13. K. E. Schmidt, Silvio Vitiello
    Pages 127-132
  14. G. Senger, M. L. Ristig
    Pages 133-139
  15. S. A. Vitiello, M. H. Kalos, L. Reatto
    Pages 141-149
  16. X. Q. Wang, S. Fantoni, E. Tosatti, Lu Yu
    Pages 203-208
  17. Rubén G. Barrera, Cecilia Noguez, Enrique V. Anda
    Pages 209-216
  18. I. L. Caldas, M. V. A. P. Heller, S. J. Camargo, M. C. R. Andrade
    Pages 217-224
  19. Carmen de Teresa, Jaime Keller
    Pages 237-252
  20. R. F. Bishop, M. F. Flynn, M. C. Boscá, E. Buendía, R. Guardiola
    Pages 253-263
  21. C. E. Campbell, Tao Pang, E. Krotscheck
    Pages 265-271
  22. W. H. Dickhoff, P. P. Domitrovich, A. Polls, A. Ramos
    Pages 273-281
  23. V. C. Aguilera-Navarro
    Pages 309-315
  24. J. Aliaga, G. Crespo, A. N. Proto
    Pages 317-325
  25. N. Canosa, A. Plastino, R. Rossignoli
    Pages 341-344
  26. Salomon S. Mizrahi, Diógenes Galetti
    Pages 345-354
  27. Araceli N. Proto
    Pages 355-364
  28. Roger Alan Smith
    Pages 365-374
  29. Back Matter
    Pages 375-384

About this book


This volume gathers the invited talks of the XIII International Work­ shop on Condensed Matter Theories which took place in Campos do Jordao near Sao Paulo, Brazil, August 6-12, 1989. It contains contributions in a wide variety of fields including neutral quantum and classical fluids, electronic systems, composite materials, plasmas, atoms, molecules and nuclei, and as this year's workshop reflected the natural preoccupation in materials science with its spectacular prospect for mankind, room tempera­ ture super-conductivity. All topics are treated from a common viewpoint: that of many-body physics, whether theoretical or simu1ational. Since the very first workshop, held at the prestigious Instituto de Fisica Teorica in Sao Paulo, and organized by the same organizer of the 1989 workshop, Professor Valdir Casaca Aguilera-Navarro, the meeting has taken place annually six times in Latin America, four in Europe and three in the United States. Its principal objective has been to innitiate and nurture collaborative research networks of scientists interested in the IDultidisciplinary aspects of many-body theory applied to problems in con­ densed-matter physics. Financial as well as moral support is gratefully appreciated by all: of the CLAF in Rio, the CNPq in Brasilia, the FAPESP and the FUNDUNESP in Sao Paulo, and the U.S. Army Research Office in Durham, NC, USA.


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Editors and affiliations

  • V. C. Aguilera-Navarro
    • 1
  1. 1.Instituto de Física TeóricaUNESPSão PauloBrazil

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