


Microscopic approaches for nuclear ManyBody dynamics 
Posted on 20140412
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These lecture notes are addressed to PhD student and/or rese
archers who want a general
overview of microscopic approaches based on meanfield and a
pplied to nuclear dynamics. Our
goal is to provide a good description of low energy heavyion
collisions. We present both formal
aspects and practical applications of the timedependent H
artreeFock (TDHF) theory. The TDHF
approach gives a mean field dynamics of the system under the as
sumption that particles evolve
independently in their selfconsistent average field. As an
example, we . . . . 






Stochastic Differential Equations 
Posted on 20140328
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This lecture is designed for the persons who want to develop p
rofessional skill in stochastic cal
culus and its application to problems in finance but don’t inv
olve in too much mathematics. As
wellknown, the more experience we have with mathematical s
kills (especially real analysis and
probability), the more piece we can get. Nevertheless, the c
ourse will move quickly and students
can expect to acquire tools that are deep enough and rich enou
gh to be relied upon throughout
their professional careers.The course begins with basic . . . . 






Computational Physics 
Posted on 20140327
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Contents: Introduction to programming and numerical methods; Introduction to C and Fortran; Numerical differentiation and interpolation; nonlinear equations; numerical integrations; linearalgebra; eigensystems; differential equations; Two point boundary value problems; Partial Differential Equations; Monte Carlo Methods; Random walks and the Metropolis algorithm; Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Physics; Quantum Monte Carlo Methods; HarteeFock and Density Functional Theory; Improved Monte Carlo Approaches to Systems of Fermions; BoseE . . . . 






A Programmer's Guide to Data Mining 
Posted on 20140314
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Table of Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Get Started with Recommendation Systems; Chapter 3 Implicit ratings and itembased filtering; Chapter 4 Classification;
Chapter 5 Further Explorations in Classification; Chapter 6 Naïve Bayes and Probability Density Functions; Chapter 7 Naïve Bayes and Unstructured Text; Digital Humanities and Data Mining: Resources; Corpora; Attributions. . . . . 






Basic Research Needs: Catalysis for Energy 
Posted on 20140314
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Contents:Grand Challenges in Catalysis as a Multidisciplinary Science and Technology; Advanced Catalysts for the Conversion of Heavy Fossil Energy Feedstocks;
Advanced Catalysts for the Photo and ElectroDriven Conversion of
Carbon Dioxide and Water; Characterization of Solid Catalysts with Enhanced
Spatial, Temporal, and Energy Resolution; Theory and Computation for Catalysis; Selective Catalytic Conversion of Fossil Feedstocks; Understanding the Chemistry of Lignocellulosic Biomass:
Deconstruction and Catalytic Conversion to Fuels; Phot . . . . 






Nanotechnology in Catalysis 
Posted on 20140313
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Contents: Section I reviews the new concepts and applications of nanotechnology for catal
ysis. Chapter 1 provides an overview on how nanotechnology impacts catalyst prepa
ration with more control of active sites, phases, and environment of actives sites. The
values of catalysis in advancing development of nanotechnology where catalysts are
used to facilitate the production of carbon nanotubes, and catalytic reactions to provide
the driving force for motions in nanomachines are also reviewed. Chapter 2 investi
gates the role of oxide . . . . 


