One of the core problems in
materials science is how the interactions between electrons in
a solid give rise to properties like
magnetism, superconductivity, and
metal-insulator transitions. Our a . . . . .
The Green-function technique, termed the irreducible Green functions (IGF) method, that is a certain reformulation of the equation-of motion method for double-time temperature dependent Green function . . . . .
The five lectures introduce to the description of entanglement in many-particle systems and review the ground-state entanglement features of standard solvable lattice models. This is done using a ther . . . . .
These lecture notes introduce some simple effective Hamiltonians (also known as semi-empirical models) that have widespread applications to solid state and molecular systems. They are aimed as an intr . . . . .
This course is on the mathematical techniques of use in studying electron-based many particle problems: Physical examples are used at every available opportunity. Contents: An introduction to Solid-St . . . . .