Condensed Matter Theories

Volume 1

  • F. B. Malik

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Formal Methods

    1. Roger Alan Smith
      Pages 9-17
    2. R. F. Bishop, A. Vourdas
      Pages 19-31
    3. A. P. Zuker, M. Dufour, C. Pomar
      Pages 43-55
    4. M. C. Cambiaggo, G. G. Dussel, M. Saraceno
      Pages 57-65
  3. Monte Carlo Methods

    1. J. Carlson, K. E. Schmidt, M. H. Kalos
      Pages 79-87
  4. Quantum Fluids at T=0

    1. S. Rosati, M. Viviani, E. Buendìa, A. Fabrocini
      Pages 97-106
    2. K. E. Kürten, M. L. Ristig, J. W. Clark
      Pages 107-114
    3. H. R. Glyde, S. I. Hernadi
      Pages 115-128
    4. M. Fortes, M. de Llano, J. del Río
      Pages 139-152
  5. Quantum Fluids at T>=0

    1. C. E. Campbell, K. E. Kürten, G. Senger, M. L. Ristig
      Pages 153-157
    2. M. L. Ristig, G. Senger, K. E. Kürten, C. E. Campbell
      Pages 159-164
    3. J. P. Vary, G. Bozzolo, H. G. Miller, R. M. Quick
      Pages 165-172
  6. Electronic Systems and Solids

  7. New Forms of Condensed Matter

    1. A. Kallio, P. Pollari, J. Kinaret, M. Puoskari
      Pages 235-245
    2. Marko V. Jarić
      Pages 259-271
  8. Nuclear Forces and Matter

    1. Irwin Reichstein, F. Bary Malik
      Pages 291-300
    2. S. A. Moszkowski
      Pages 301-311
    3. J. W. Clark, J. M. C. Chen, E. Krotscheck, R. A. Smith
      Pages 313-325
    4. Tatsuyuki Takatsuka, Ryozo Tamagaki
      Pages 327-338
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 339-342

About this book


This the first volume of the proceedings of the International Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories published by a commercial publisher and of a series which is planned to appear anually. It is a tribute to the group of scientists who started this workshop as the Pan American Workshop on Conden­ sed Matter Theories in 1977 and helped to develop it to a significant annual international workshop. Many scientists' efforts have contributed to this important development and it is impossible to name all of them. But at least three persons are to be singled out: Professors Manuel de Llano and Angel Plastino who conceived the idea of the annual workshop and carried it for­ ward, and Professor John W. Clark who has been the prime driving force be­ hind it in recent years. The Workshop started in 1977 in Sao Paolo, Brazil, as the first Pan American Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories with the idea of bringing together scientists from the Western Hemisphere working in many different areas of Condensed Matter Theories for the purpose of cross-fertilization of ideas used in different areas and fostering collaborations among them. The next five Workshops were held at Trieste, Italy, in 1978; in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1979; in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1980; in Mexico City, Mexico, in 1981; and in St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A. , in 1982.


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Editors and affiliations

  • F. B. Malik
    • 1
  1. 1.Southern Illinois University at CarbondaleCarbondaleUSA

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