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         Theoretical Physics:     more books (102)
  1. Theoretical Physics by Georg Joos, Ira M. Freeman, 1987-03-01
  2. Theoretical Nuclear Physics by John M. Blatt, Victor F. Weisskopf, 2010-10-18
  3. Surprises in Theoretical Physics by Rudolf Peierls, 1979-11-01
  4. Theoretical Atomic Physics by Harald Siegfried Friedrich, 2005-10-06
  5. Mechanics, Third Edition: Volume 1 (Course of Theoretical Physics) by L D Landau, E.M. Lifshitz, 1976-01-15
  6. Fluid Mechanics, Second Edition: Volume 6 (Course of Theoretical Physics) by L D Landau, E.M. Lifshitz, 1987-01-15
  7. Relativity, Groups, Particles: Special Relativity and Relativistic Symmetry in Field and Particle Physics by Roman U. Sexl, Helmuth K. Urbantke, 2000-11-10
  8. Basic Theoretical Physics: A Concise Overview by Uwe Krey, Anthony Owen, 2010-11-02
  9. Quantum Mechanics-Nonrelativistic Theory (Course on Theoretical Physics, Vol 3) by L. D. Landau, 1981-06
  10. A Unified Grand Tour of Theoretical Physics, 2nd edition by Ian D. Lawrie, 2001-12-15
  11. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Lectures on Theoretical Physics) by A. Sommerfeld, 1956-01
  12. Methods of Theoretical Physics, Part I by Philip McCord Morse, Herman Feshbach, 1953-06-01
  13. Theoretical Concepts in Physics: An Alternative View of Theoretical Reasoning in Physics by Malcolm S. Longair, 2003-12-22
  14. Strings, Conformal Fields, and Topology (Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) by Michio Kaku, 1991-05

1. Theoretical Physics
theoretical physics. Apologies to all those who were regular visitors to this site.
Theoretical Physics Apologies to all those who were regular visitors to this site. It has been temporarily taken down. Services were degrading slowly and web site had lost its useability. Slow progress is being made on the new site. No expected publication date at this time.

2. ICTP Home Page
Aims to foster the growth of advanced studies and research in developing countries. Includes a database Category Science Physics Associations......the abdus salam international centre for theoretical physics,
the abdus salam
international centre for theoretical physics
Founded in 1964
by Abdus Salam (Nobel Laureate), the abdus salam ictp operates under the aegis of two United Nations Agencies: UNESCO and IAEA and is regularised by a seat agreement with the Government of Italy which provides the major part of the Centre's funding. One of the main aims of the abdus salam ictp is to foster the growth of advanced studies and research in the developing countries.
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3. Theoretical Physics Research Group | University Of Birmingham | UK
Curiosity about the world and a commitment to solving problems these are the passions that drive the theoretical physics group at the University of Sydney.
The Theoretical Physics Research Group
School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham,
B15 2TT, United Kingdom.
Phone 0121 41 43489 - Fax 0121 41 44693
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Research Interests Postgraduate Lectures Publications Seminars Local Information Local Users Only PhD Opportunities Finding Us Useful Links Birmingham University Homepage School of Physics and Astronomy Homepage Problems with, or comments about, these pages? - please email :

4. Yukawa Institute WWW HOME Page
Introductory information on this institute and publication databases.
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  • 5. NORDITA -
    Intergovernmental organization, research areas at NORDITA include astrophysics, condensed matter physics and subatomic physics.

    6. UBC Theoretical Physics Web
    Research group based at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, describes its Web server services. Welcome to the UBC theoretical physics Web server, for users of Mosaic, Netscape and other Web browsers.
    UBC Theoretical Physics Homepage
    Welcome to the UBC theoretical physics Web server, for users of Mosaic and other Web browsers. Here you'll find some of the more useful hypertext links. If you have a suggestion, let us know . Each piece of underlined text represents a link to more information. Simply click on it to access it. Here's an index to what we have right now:
    Local Services
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    7. Homepage Of The Institute For Theoretical Physics, Technische Universität Wien
    Welcome to the Institute for theoretical physics Technische Universität Wien Snail mail address Institut fuer Theoretische Physik Technische Universitaet Wien Wiedner Hauptstrasse 810/136 A-1040 Wien, AUSTRIA
    Welcome to the Institute for Theoretical Physics
    PEOPLE RESEARCH AREAS TEACHING ADMINISTRATION ... PAW, physics around the world Snail mail address Institut fuer Theoretische Physik Technische Universitaet Wien Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/136 A-1040 Wien, AUSTRIA TEL: +43 1 58801x13601, x13602 (secretariat) FAX: +43 1 5880113699 e-mail: Autograph of Mozart's Aria Sarastro from the `Magic Flute' "In diesen heil'gen Hallen ..." W. A. Mozart composed the "Magic Flute" during the summer 1791 in a garden house located in close proximity to our institute: about 50 m horizontally and 50 m vertically. Our institute is on the 10th floor of a modern building overlooking the historic center of Vienna.

    8. Department Of Theoretical Physics, Lund University
    The Department of theoretical physics, Lund University, Sweden, consists of two research divisions, Theoretical High

    9. University Of Cambridge, DAMTP
    Applied Mathematics and theoretical physics research groups.Category Science Math Applications Research Groups......Department of Applied Mathematics theoretical physics (DAMTP). Universityof Cambridge. The Maths Public Open Day will take place
    The Rouse Ball Lecture 2003
    Tuesday 6th May 2003 at Noon
    DAMTP was founded in 1959 by George Batchelor . He was succeeded by Keith Moffatt in 1983, and then by David Crighton in 1991 (CDs of the David Crighton Memorial Concert are still available ). The current Head of the Department, since 2000, is Professor Timothy J. Pedley DAMTP is one of the two constituent Departments of the Faculty of Mathematics , the other being the (DPMMS), within which is located the Statistical Laboratory The two departments have begun moving to a new facility, the Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS) , on the same site as the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences . View the latest editions of the Asymptopia quarterly newsletter.

    10. Theoretical Physics - Department Of Physics - Umeå University
    Department of Physics. theoretical physics. Staff. News. Education. Seminars
    Department of Physics
    Theoretical Physics Staff


    Statistical physics and superconductivity

    The Statistical Physics group is examining phase transitions and critical phenomena in superconductors. These phenomena are intimately linked to the properties of vortices = whirls of super-currents.
    The main tools are large scale simulations of simple models as e.g. the XY model. The simulations are run both at the local workstations - currently 34 dual-processor PC:s with Linux - and at the 240-processor parallel computer at
    Complex networks

    This highly inter-disciplinary subject is quite new at our department. Complex networks are networks with both randomness and structure. Examples of such systems are abundant in nature and society: Friendship networks, neural networks, computer nets and power grids to mention a few examples. We study both the emergence and time evolution of network structure and dynamical systems on complex networks.
    Mesoscopic superconductivity
    The Mesoscopic superconductivity group studies physics of superconductors on a mesoscopic scale, which is intermediate between macroscopic and microscopic (atomic) scales. The research deals with the general problems of quantum transport in superconductors. A new direction of research in the Mesoscopic Superconductivity group is related to quantum computation Space physics Make your choice here: Homepage

    11. Theoretical Physics - University Of Essen
    Features information about research groups, people within the faculty, and events.
    Theoretical Physics - University of Essen
    Quantum chaos Polymers Electromigration
    Prof. Dr. Diehl

    PD Dr. Eggers

    Prof. Dr. Graham

    Prof. Dr. Haake
    Prof. Dr. Krug

    Prof. Dr. Thomae
    SFB 237
    closed since 31 Dec. 2002 [in german only] PEOPLE Faculty Post-Docs Graduate Students Public Homepages SERVICE PAGES Links [and services] Online Help [Emacs, HTML, IMSL, Linux, Maple, Tex] Garderobe [only locally] Internal [administration: information and forms] This Week Next Week Kolloquium Theory Seminar Fachbereich Physik Essen (building S05) 45117 ESSEN phone: ++49 (0)201 183-1 Maps [University] [Physics] Impressum ... webmaster March 2003

    12. Landau Institute For Theoretical Physics
    Includes details of seminars and conferences, lists of members of research groups, lists of publications.Category Science Physics Associations......
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    13. Welcome To IPM
    Tehran, Iran.Category Science Math Research Institutes......Click here to enter the site Best View in 800x600 - 16k Color © Copyright 2000-2002Institute for Studies in theoretical physics and Mathematics (IPM).

    14. ANL Physics Division Theory
    Theoretical High Energy Particle Physics Group An overview of the research activities of the Group. Members of the Group their email addresses, research interests and home pages.
    Theory Symposium on Rare Isotope Accelerator Science
    April 28 - May 2, 2003
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    For an explanation of the figure at left and a fantastic movie click here
    Theoretical Physics
    Theoretical research in Argonne's Physics Division addresses a broad range of problems involving the stucture and dynamics of hadrons and nuclei. There is a strong emphasis on comparison to data provided by experimental groups at Argonne and at other facilities around the world. The principal areas of research include: Several of these projects require major numerical simulations using state-of-the-art computers, including the massively parallel Argonne MCS Linux cluster ( Chiba City ) and the NERSC IBM SP ( Seaborg ) Many projects also involve collaborators at domestic and foreign universities and other national laboratories.
    RIA Related Theory Programs
    The Rare Isotope Accelerator (RIA) project will provide a world-class facility dedicated to the production and subsequent acceleration of beams of short-lived nuclei. Argonne's Theory Group is actively involved in numerous projects relevant to existing exotic-beam research and the future RIA facility, including:

    15. [quant-ph/9909086] Topics In Modern Quantum Optics
    This is the written version of lectures presented at the 17th Symposium on theoretical physics covering various topics in quantum optics.
    Quantum Physics, abstract
    ): Tue, 28 Sep 1999 17:35:03 GMT (594kb) Date (revised v2): Sat, 6 Nov 1999 15:15:10 GMT (325kb)
    Topics in Modern Quantum Optics
    Authors: Bo-Sture Skagerstam
    Comments: 97 pages, 23 figures, 187 references. Misprints corrected, most figures redrawn and references updated
    This is the written version of lectures presented at "The 17th Symposium on Theoretical Physics - Applied Field Theory", 29 June - 1 July, 1998, the Sangsan Mathematical Science Building, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
    Full-text: PostScript PDF , or Other formats
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    (refers to , cited by , arXiv reformatted);
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    Links to: arXiv quant-ph find abs

    16. ICTP Mathematics Group: Home Page
    ICTP The Abdus Salam International Centre for theoretical physics, Trieste,Italy ICTP Mathematics Group. Resident staff. Current Visitors.
    ICTP The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics , Trieste, Italy
    ICTP Mathematics Group
    Last updated on 1 April 2003 To ICTP Home Page

    17. Progress Of Theoretical Physics Homepage
    Founded by Hideki Yukawa in 1946. PROGRESS OF theoretical physics is a monthlyjournal which contains academic research papers on theoretical physics.
    Founded by Hideki Yukawa in 1946
    PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS is a monthly journal which contains academic research papers on theoretical physics. It was founded by Hideki YUKAWA in 1946. Now it is published for the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics and the Physical Society of Japan . This journal publishes mainly the submitted and refereed original papers in all fields of theoretical physics such as particle physics, field theory,nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, statistical physics, astrophysics and cosmology. Each issue contains Papers and Letters, and , sometimes, Invited Papers. Besides the monthly issues, PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT is published approximately quarterly. Each issue contains either long original or review papers or a collection of papers on some specified topics.
    Moreover, earlier papers will be add on PTP Online.
    Papers cited in the bibliographies of PTP papers can be accessed through a link function provided with PTP Online.

    18. Introduction
    The modern KaluzaKlein theories of unification of gauge fields and gravitation, the theories of grand unification and, more recently, superfield, super-string, membrane and conformal field theories have enhanced the role of the geometry of multidimensional spaces in fundamental theoretical physics. An analagous quantum geometry is explored in these online lectures.
    Next: Braided monoidal categories Up: Quantum and Braided Spin Previous: Quantum and Braided Spin
    The modern Kaluza-Klein theories of unification of gauge fields and gravitation, the theories of grand unification and, more recently, superfield, super-string, membrane and conformal field theories have enhanced the role of the geometry of multidimensional spaces - and hence also that of spinor structures and of "pure" spinors in higher dimensions - in fundamental theoretical physics; exploiting, in particular, the geometrical properties previously developed by Cartan [ Cartan 1966 ] and others (see [ Brauer and Weyl 1935 Budinich and Trautman 1988 ] and references therin). It may very well be, that in addition to the above mentioned developments, there will be a need for some kind of "quantum geometry" for an appropriate description of physics at the Planck scale. Non-commutative geometry has been proposed as a useful candidate for formulating questions and making predictions about physics beyond the Planck scale, and a particular kind of non-commutative geometry, originating from quantum groups [ Takhtajan 1990 ] and braided categories [ Majid 1993 Majid 1991 Durdevic 1997 ], has been intensely pursued in the last years.

    19. Next And Recent Issues Of PTP
    The Next and Recent Issues of the Progress of theoretical physics. Copyright(c) Progress of theoretical physics 2001 All rights reserved.
    The Next and Recent Issues of the Progress of Theoretical Physics
    Last update was made on January 18, 2002.
    Full papers (abstracts and PDF files) from Vol. 85 (1991) can be viewed.
    From Vol. 85 (1991) to Vol. 87 (1992) only PDF files appear.
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    Volume 107 (2002)
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    20. Center For Theoretical Physics
    Laboratory for Nuclear Science Physics Department MIT. personnel, research,seminars, ctp forms, links, NEW Lattice Lunch Club webpage added to seminars.
    NEW Lattice Lunch Club webpage added to seminars NEW Lattice Lunch Club webpage added to seminars

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