
Mathematical methods for physicists: A concise introduction
Category :Methods of Mathematical Physics
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 This text is designed for an intermediatelevel, twosemester undergraduate course
in mathematical physics. It provides an accessible account of most of the current,
important mathematical tools req . . . . . 

Lecture Notes on Quantum Mechanics
Category :Quantum Mechanics
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Contents: Lagrangian Mechanics; Path Integral Formulation of Quantum Mechanics; Schroedinger Equation; Quantum Harmonic Oscillator; Triangular Quantum Billiards; Stationary States in x^4 Potential; An . . . . . 
Quasiparticle SelfConsistent GW Method for the Spectral Properties of Complex Materials
Category :The GW method
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The GWapproximation to the formally exact manybody perturbation
theory has been applied successfully to materials for several decades. Since the
practical calculations are extremely cumbersome, the . . . . . 
Selected solutions of Einstein's field equations
Category :General Relativity
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Contents: 1) Introduction and a few excursions 2) The Schwarzschild solution 3) The Reissner Nordstrom solution 4) The Kerr metric 5) Black hole uniqueness and multiblack hole solutions 6) Stati . . . . . 
Lecture Notes on Nonlinear Optics
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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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
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Fundamentals of Nonlinear Optics
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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Contents: Plane waves in linear optical; Beams and pulses in line; Nonlinear optics. 
Theory of Molecular Nonlinear Optics
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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The theory of molecular nonlinear optics based on the sumoverstates (SOS) model is reviewed. The interaction of radiation with a single wtpisolated molecule is treated by firstorder perturbation th . . . . . 
Introduction a l optique non lieaire
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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Ce cours est une initiation au domaine
de l Optique NonLinéaire

ManyBody Perturbation Theory: The GW Approximation
Category :The GW method
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In this lecture we present manybody perturbation theory as a method to determine quasiparticle excitations in solids, especially electronic band structures, accurately from first principles. The main . . . . . 
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 . . . . . 
Basics of QCD Perturbation Theory
Category :Perturbative
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This is an introduction to the use of QCD perturbation theory, emphasizing generic features of the theory that enable one to separate shorttime and longtime effects. I also cover some important clas . . . . . 
The Elements of Mechanics
Category :Advanced Mechanics
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In my opinion the best book of mechanics I never read. Contents: Phenomenic Reality and models;Qualitative Aspects of OneDimensional Motion; Systems with Many Degrees of Freedom. Theory of the
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An Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Nonlinear Optics
Category :Optics
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This article is provides an introduction to the quantum theory of optics in nonlinear dielectric media. We begin with a short summary of the classical theory of nonlinear optics, that is nonlinear opt . . . . . 
Optique nonlineaire en regimes continu et femtoseconde
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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 Le cours est divise en six parties. La premiere partie, intitulee
rappels d'optique lineaire
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aborde la propagation d'un faisceau lumineux dans le cadre de l'optique lineaire, c'est a dire
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Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Category :Molecular Dynamics
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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 . . . . . 