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Editors: John W. Clark (Washington University, USA ), Robert M. Panoff (Shodor Educational Foundation, USA) and Haochen Li (Washington University, USA )
Book Description:
This new volume focuses on the many roles played by ab initio theory, modeling, and high-performance computing in condensed matter and materials science.

Table of Contents:

Part I. The Electron Gas and Semiconductor Heterostructures

Chapter 1. Compressibility Anomaly in a Disordered Two-Dimensional Electron Gas; pp. 1-12
(B. Tanatar)

Chapter 2. Static Ground-State Properties of the 2D Electron Gas; pp. 13-21
(P. Gori-Giorgi et al.)

Chapter 3. Many-Body Effective Mass Enhancement in a Two-Dimensional Electron Liquid; pp. 23-34
(R. Asgari et al.)

Chapter 4. Transport and Fluctuations in QPCS: The Case of Occam's Razor; pp. 35-43
(M.P. Das and F. Green)

Chapter 5. Plasma Instabilities in Quantum Well Structures; pp. 45-53 (P. Bakshi and K. Kempa)

Chapter 6. Lateral Plasma Instabilities in HEMTS Induced by Boundary Conditions; pp. 55-70
(F.J. Crowne and D.C. Judy)

Chapter 7. Some Outstanding Issues Remaining for the Metal Insulator Transition Phenomena in Disordered 2D Electron Systems; pp. 71-79
(D. Nielson and D.J.W. Geldart)

Part II. Tributes to Rafael Guardiola on His 60th Birthday; pp. 81-87

Chapter 8. Coupled-Cluster Theory for Nuclei (Coupled-Cluster Theory for Nuclei; pp. 89-97
(D.J. Dean et al.)

Chapter 9. Properties of Nucleons in Nuclei: Quantum Physics at all Energy Scales; pp. 99-108
(W.H. Dickhoff)

Chapter 10. Nuclear Matter Mean Field with Extended Sigma Model; pp. 109-118
(J. da ProvidÍncia et al.)

Part III. Response

Chapter 11. Drops Made of Helium Atoms: A Fascinating Many-Body System; pp. 119-130
(R. Guardiola)

Part IV. Magnetic Phenomena in Innovative Materials

Chapter 12. Extraordinary Phenomena in Semiconductor-Metal Hybrid Nanostructures Based on Bilinear Conformal Mapping; pp. 133-143
(S.A. Solin)

Chapter 13. Magnetoresistance of a Dilute Magnetic Alloy; pp. 145-153 (V.M. Galitski et al.)

Chapter 14. Fractal Properties of Small Magnetic Particles and Magnetic Multilayers: An Exactly Solvable Model; pp. 155-163
(K. E. KŁrten)

Chapter 15. Magnetic Quantum Cellular Automata; pp. 165-175
(F.V. Kusmartsev and K.E. KŁrten)

Part V. Strongly Correlated Fermi Systems

Chapter 16. Pairing in Fermi Systems: A Crossing-Symmetric Approach; pp. 179-188
(K.F. Quader and T.L. Ainsworth)

Chapter 17. Applicability of the Landau Quasiparticle Picture for a Class of Strongly Correlated Fermi Systems; pp. 189-203
(V.A. Khodel et al.)

Chapter 18. Comparison of the Exact Series Expansion with the Spherical Cellular Model; pp. 205-214
(G.A. Baker. Jr. and J.D. Johnson)

Part VI. Quantum Hall Physics

Chapter 19. Interaction Pseudopotentials in Quantum Hall Systems: Novel Correlations and Incomprehensible States; pp. 217-228
(J.J. Quinn et al.)

Chapter 20. Single-Mode Approximation in Quantum Hall Liquid Crystals; pp. 229-241
(C. Wexler and C.M. Lapilli)

Part VII. Celebrating a Milestone in Many-Body Theory: Eckhard Krotscheck at 60; pp. 242-249

Chapter 21. Spin Wave Models in Thin-Film Ferromagnetic Stripes; pp. 251-262
(M. Yan et al.)

Chapter 22. Exchange Correlations in Normal Boson Liquids; pp.263-274 (M.L. Ristig and T. Lindenau)

Chapter 23. 3He Single-Particle States in Thin 3He-4He Films: What we Know and What we Don't Know; pp. 275-289
(R.H. Anderson and M.D. Miller)

Chapter 24. Growth of Helium Films on Curved Surfaces; pp. 291-299 (E.S. HernŠndez)

Chapter 25. Forward Fourth-Order and Correctable Algorithms for Solving Physical Evolution Problems; pp. 301-315
(S.A. Chin)

Chapter 26. Bremsstrahlung from Dense Plasmas and the Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal Effect; pp. 317-332
(C. Fortmann et al.)

Chapter 27. Clustering of Charged Quantum Fluid Mixtures: From the Electron-Hole Liquid to Liquid Metallic Hydrogen; pp. 333-345
(M. Saarela et al.)

Part VIII. Response

Chapter 28. LIMEREC: The Linz Metal-Cluster Real-Space Code; pp. 347-360
(E. Krotscheck and M. Aichinger)

Part IX. Many-Body Problems in Physical Chemistry

Chapter 29. Capillary Phenomena in Porous Materials: Modeling Adsorption Using Lattice Gases in Mean-Field and Bethe-Peirels Approximations; pp. 363-373
(R. Salazar and L.D. Gelb)

Chapter 30. Spectroscopic Studies of Small Biomolecules in Condensed Phases; pp. 375-391
(H.G. Bohr and K.J. Jalkanen)

Part X. Monte Carlo Studies

Chapter 31. Quantum Monte Carlo in the Study of Dilute Bosonic and Fermionic Gases; pp. 395-412
(J. Boronat et al.)

Chapter 32. Second Layer of 4He on Graphite; pp. 413-421
(P.A. Whitlock et al.)

Chapter 33. Investigation of Nodes of Fermionic Wavefunctions; pp. 423-432
(L. Mitas et al.)

Part XI. Bose-Einstein Condensation and the BEC-BCS Crossover (BEC,

Chapter 34. BCS and BCS-Bose Crossover Theories in Superconductors and Superfluids; pp. 435-446
(M. de Llano et al.)

Chapter 35. Tuning Resonances and Depletion Rates in Bose-Einstein Condensates by Trap Potentials; pp. 447-453
(Q. Haider and F.B. Malik)

Part XII. Nuclear Many-Body Physics

Chapter 36. Pairing Phase Transitions in Nuclear Physics; pp. 457-463 (H.G. Miller et al.)

Chapter 37. LOCV Calculations for Quantum Liquids; pp. 465-476
(M. Modarres and H.R. Moshfagh)

Chapter 38. Nuclear Tunneling Phase Transitions; pp. 477-482
(T. Kohmura et al.)

Part XIII. Quantum Information Science

Chapter 39. Pairing Model Simulation on a Quantum Computer; pp. 485-496
(M.S. Byrd et al.)

Chapter 40. Lie Algebras, Invariants of Motion; pp. 497-504
(C.M. Sarris and A.N. Proto)

Chapter 41. Modeling Nuclear Properties with Support Vector Machines; pp. 505-519
(H. Li et al.)


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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-989-3
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