
The Hubbard Model: Introduction and Selected Rigorous Results
Category :Hubbard and tJ models
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An article accessible to nonexperts by describing basic definitions and elementary materials in detail. 
The GW method
Category :The GW method
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Calculations of groundstate and excitedstate properties of materials have been one of the major goals of condensed matter physics. Groundstate properties of solids have been extensively investigate . . . . . 
Networks and Networking  A Statistical Physics Perspective
Category :Biological Networks
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Efficient networking in communication systems, both wired and wireless, has a substantial economic and societal impact. While communication networks become increasingly more complex, the ever increasi . . . . . 
Collective perspective on advances in DysonSchwinger Equation QCD
Category :QCD
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We survey contemporary studies of hadrons and strongly interacting quarks using QCD's DysonSchwinger equations, addressing: aspects of confinement and dynamical chiral symmetry breaking; the hadron s . . . . . 
Towards Abinitio Calculation of Electron Energies in Semiconductor
Category :The GW method
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Contents: introduction; Greenfunction approach to manyelectron systems; properties of selfenergy function in GW scheme; towards actual calculation of GW selfenergy in the quasiparticle approximat . . . . . 
Review of Particle Physics
Category :Particle Physics
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This biennial Review summarizes much of particle physics. Using data from previous editions, plus 2633 new
measurements from 689 papers, we list, evaluate, and average measured properties of gauge b . . . . . 
Dynamical MeanField Theory of Electronic Correlations in Models and Materials
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The concept of electronic correlations plays an important role in modern condensed matter physics. It refers to interaction effects which cannot be explained within a static meanfield picture as prov . . . . . 
Electronic Structure Calculation by First Principles for Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
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Recent trends of ab initio studies and progress in methodologies for electronic structure calculations of strongly correlated electron systems are discussed. The interest for developing efficient meth . . . . . 
Elementary Particle Physics
Category :Particle Physics
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Contents: Introduction; Order of Magnitude Calculations; Reaction rates and Cross Section; The Electromagnetic Interaction; e e−→Hadrons, R, Color etc; The Weak Interaction. I; STRANGENESS . . . . . 
The evolving monogram on Many Body Physics
Category :Many body
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Contents: Scales and Complexity; Quantum Fields: Overview Collective Quantum Fields; Conserved Particles; Simple Examples of Secondquantization; Greens Functions; Feynman Diagrams: T=0; Finite Tem . . . . . 
OPTICS
Category :Optics
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Contents: Geometrical Optics; Physical Optics; Fraunhofer Diffraction; Fourier methods in Optics; Optical instruments and fringe localization; The diffraction grating spectrograph; The Michelson (Fo . . . . . 
Strongly Correlated Electron Materials: Dynamical MeanField Theory and Electronic Structure
Category :DMFT
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These are introductory lectures to some aspects of the physics of strongly correlated electron systems. I first explain the main reasons for strong correlations in several classes of materials. The ba . . . . . 
Correlation effects in solids from first principles
Category :The GW method
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First principles calculations of bandstructures of crystals are usually based on oneparticle theories where the electrons are assumed to move in some effective potential. The most commonly used metho . . . . . 
Electronic Structure Calculations using Dynamical Mean Field Theory
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The calculation of electronic properties of materials is an important task of solid state theory, albeit particularly difficult if electronic correlations are strong, for example in transition metals, . . . . . 
Inflationary cosmology and structure formation
Category :Inflationary Universe Models
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These lectures cover the basics of inflationary models for the early universe, concentrating particularly on the generation of density fluctuations from scalarfield dynamics. The subsequent gravitati . . . . . 