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Current Trends in Condensed Matter, Particle Physics and Cosmology - Proceedings of the First Bcspin Kathmandu Summer School
by Lu Yu and Jogesh C. Pati and Qaisar Shafi




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This volume contains the most important lecture notes by experts from condensed matter, particle physics and cosmology and is a MUST for young researchers and graduate students.While covering frontier developments in condensed matter physics, particle physics and cosmology, this school aims to bring out their interdisciplinary nature by emphasizing certain topics such as spontaneous symmetry breaking and renormalization group through a pedagogical set of lectures. In the condensed matter area, the school covered, in the first two weeks, experimental aspects of high temperature superconductivity and its possible applications.

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Overview

This volume contains the most important lecture notes by experts from condensed matter, particle physics and cosmology and is a MUST for young researchers and graduate students.While covering frontier developments in condensed matter physics, particle physics and cosmology, this school aims to bring out their interdisciplinary nature by emphasizing certain topics such as spontaneous symmetry breaking and renormalization group through a pedagogical set of lectures. In the condensed matter area, the school covered, in the first two weeks, experimental aspects of high temperature superconductivity and its possible applications.


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  • ISBN-13: 9789810201159
  • ISBN-10: 981020115X
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
  • Publish Date: September 1990
  • Page Count: 400

Series: Kathmandu Summer School Lecture Notes #1

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