This is an introduction to the use of QCD perturbation theory, emphasizing generic features of the theory that enable one to separate short-time and long-time effects. I also cover some important clas . . . . .
Contents: Solving integrals using random numbers; Calculating thermodynamic properties with Monte Carlo; More Advanced methods; basic molecular dynamics algorithm; probing static properties of soli . . . . .
A tutorial introduction to the technique of Molecular Dynamics (MD) is given, and some characteristic examples of applications are described. The purpose and scope of these simulations and the relatio . . . . .
Contents: The Special Theory of Relativity; Vectors in Special Relativity; Tensors in Special Relativity; Application of Tensors in Special Relativity; Conceptual Basis of General Relativity; Curved S . . . . .
In my opinion the best book of mechanics I never read. Contents: Phenomenic Reality and models;Qualitative Aspects of One-Dimensional Motion; Systems with Many Degrees of Freedom. Theory of the
cons . . . . .
The theory of molecular nonlinear optics based on the sum-over-states (SOS) model is reviewed. The interaction of radiation with a single wtpisolated molecule is treated by first-order perturbation th . . . . .
Calculations of ground-state and excited-state properties of materials have been one of the major goals of condensed matter physics. Ground-state properties of solids have been extensively investigate . . . . .
Coherent preparation by laser light of quantum states of atoms and molecules can lead to quantum
interference in the amplitudes of optical transitions. In this way the optical properties of a medium . . . . .
This course is intended as an introduction to the wide field of
phenomena encountered in nonlinear
optics. The course covers: The theoretical foundation
of nonlinear interaction between light
and . . . . .