Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Physics - Condensed Matter Bookstore
Page 1     1-20 of 182    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

         Condensed Matter:     more books (100)
  1. Principles of Condensed Matter Physics by P. M. Chaikin, T. C. Lubensky, 2000-10-09
  2. Basic Notions Of Condensed Matter Physics (Advanced Books Classics) by Philip W. Anderson, 1997-11-28
  3. Magnetism in Condensed Matter (Oxford Master Series in Physics) by Stephen Blundell, 2001-12-06
  4. Condensed Matter Field Theory by Alexander Altland, Ben D. Simons, 2010-04-30
  5. Soft Condensed Matter by Richard A.L. Jones, 2002-08-15
  6. Group Theory: Application to the Physics of Condensed Matter by Mildred S. Dresselhaus, Gene Dresselhaus, et all 2010-11-30
  7. Condensed Matter Physics by Michael P. Marder, 2010-11-09
  8. Lectures on Non-equilibrium Theory of Condensed Matter by Ladislaus Alexander Banyai, 2006-08-01
  9. Advanced Condensed Matter Physics by Leonard M. Sander, 2009-03-16
  10. Soft Condensed Matter Physics in Molecular and Cell Biology (Scottish Graduate Series)
  11. Many-Body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter Physics: An Introduction (Oxford Graduate Texts) by Henrik Bruus, Karsten Flensberg, 2004-11-11
  12. Shock Waves in Condensed Matter-1983: Proceedings of the American Physical Society Topical Conference Held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 18-21, 1983 by J. R. Asay, R. A. Graham, 1985-03
  13. Quantum Field Theory in Condensed Matter Physics by Alexei M. Tsvelik, 2007-01-18
  14. Symmetry and Condensed Matter Physics: A Computational Approach by M. El-Batanouny, F. Wooten, 2008-05-26

1. Condensed Matter eprint server. Free preprints of journal papers from 1992 onwards.
Condensed Matter (since 4/92)
Browse by year:
Subject Classes
  • new cond-mat papers received (most recent mailing)
  • recent cond-mat listings
  • current month's cond-mat listings
  • lastupdate of daily changes to cond-mat database (ftp format)
  • some info for cond-mat
Links to: arXiv cond-mat find abs

Links related to crystals, mathematical modeling, quantum liquids and the Hall effect, among others.
The Net Advance of Physics: CONDENSED MATTER
General and Various Defects and Dislocations Field Theory Methods Materials ...
  • Surface Science GENERAL AND VARIOUS:
  • 3. NATO ASI & SUSSP 59: Soft Condensed Matter Physics In Molecular And Cell Biology
    Contains lecture slides and program. Edinburgh, Scotland.
    29th March - 8th April 2004
    I now have most of the notes from the lectures and am making arrangements for a password protected area of the site. I should be able to mail you all the password during the week and you should be prepared for the protected area to become active not too long afterwards, certainly before Monday 3rd May 2004. Also, I am in the middle of making up certificates of participation. This should not take too long and I should be able to email them to those people who want them in the near future Daniel.
    D. Andelman (Tel Aviv) D. Bensimon (Paris) S. U. Egelhaaf (Edinburgh) R. Elber (Cornell) D. Frenkel (Amsterdam) J. F. Joanny (Paris) M. Kozlov(Tel Aviv) F. C. Mackintosh (Amsterdam) T. C. B. McLeish (Leeds) P. D. Olmsted (Leeds) R. Podgornik (Ljubljana) W. Poon (Edinburgh) M. Rief (Munich) C. F. Schmidt (Amsterdam) C. A. M. Seidel (MPI, Goettingen) P. B. Warren (Unilever) Biology is ‘living soft matter’ – biological surfactants (lipids) make up the membranes, while proteins and DNA are biological polymers. Brownian motion has a dominant role – diffusion on structures with reduced spatial dimensionality (2-dimensional on membranes and 1-dimensional on various filamentous structures such a microtubules) play a crucial role in transport and other processes, while diffusion in a very-high-dimensional free-energy landscape underlies protein folding. The new insights into soft matter gained by physicists over the last few decades can therefore be expected to have significant impact on the understanding of biological systems, from single biomolecules through to cells and (perhaps) beyond. In particular, the increasing attention paid by soft condensed matter physicists to

    4. TCM Group
    Theoretical condensed matter physics is about building models of physical processes, often driven by experimental data, generalising the solutions of those
    Theory of Condensed Matter (TCM)
    Theoretical Condensed Matter physics is about building models of physical processes, often driven by experimental data, generalising the solutions of those models to make experimental predictions, and transferring the concepts gained into other areas of research. Theory plays an important role in understanding known phenomena and in predicting new ones. Solids often show unusual collective behaviour resulting from cooperative quantum or classical phenomena. For this type of physics a more model-based approach is appropriate, and we are using such methods to attack problems in magnetism, superconductivity, nonlinear optics, mesoscopic systems, polymers, and colloids. Collective behaviour comes even more to the fore in systems on a larger scale. As examples, we work on self-organising structures in "soft" condensed matter systems, non-linear dynamics of interacting systems, the observer in quantum mechanics, and models of biophysical processes, from the molecular scale up to neural systems. TCM 50th Birthday
    Condensed Matter Theory

    Portfolio Partnership

    Publications List

    5. Condensed Matter Physics
    of research and publications bibliography.......
    // Courtesy of - Seminars:
    301B Spedding
    For more information: US Department of Energy Office of Science
    Current CMP News Events Opportunities for Discovery: Theory and Computation in Basic Energy Sciences
    New scientific frontiers, recent advances in theory, and rapid increases in computational capabilities have created compelling opportunities for theory and computation to advance the science. The prospects for success in the experimental programs of BES will be enhanced by pursuing these opportunities.
    Ames Lab Physicist Find Unusual Growth Mode at Low Temperature

    "Control is the name of the game," said Ames Laboratory physicist Michael C. Tringides. He was talking about the importance of growing atomic structures and ultrathin metal films in unfiorm sizes and with highly ordered geometries for technological applications that include switches, lasing materials and semiconductors that allow computer chips to run faster.
    Helpful Links Iowa State University AmesLaboratory Conversion Tool Best if viewed at 1024x768 or greater
    with Mozilla Firefox (1.0+)

    6. Journal Of Physics: Condensed Matter
    Journal of Physics condensed matter cover image Recommend this journal ISSN 09538984 (Print) ISSN 1361-648X (Online) e-mail alerts.
    @import url(; Quick guide Site map Athens login IOP login: Password:
    Create account
    Alerts Contact us Journals Home ... Help
    This Journal
    Editorial information


    Editorial board

    Author benefits
    Submit an article

    Related content
    Linking to IOP journals

    IOP Select
    IOP Physics Reviews IOP journal news ... Latest issue (complete) No 39, 5 October 2005 (6111-6300) Current volume Number 39, 5 October 2005 Number 38, 28 September 2005 Number 37, 21 September 2005 Number 36, 14 September 2005 Number 35, 7 September 2005 Number 34, 31 August 2005 Number 33, 24 August 2005 Number 32, 17 August 2005 Number 31, 10 August 2005 Number 30, 3 August 2005 Number 29, 27 July 2005 Number 28, 20 July 2005 Number 27, 13 July 2005 Number 26, 6 July 2005 Number 25, 29 June 2005 Number 24, 22 June 2005 Number 23, 15 June 2005 Number 22, 8 June 2005 Number 21, 1 June 2005 Number 20, 25 May 2005 Number 19, 18 May 2005 Number 18, 11 May 2005 Number 17, 4 May 2005 Number 16, 27 April 2005 Number 15, 20 April 2005 Number 14, 13 April 2005

    7. States Of Matter
    It's invisible. It is a gas. A gas is matter that has no shape or size of its own. Gases have no color. Gases are all around you.

    8. Condensed Matter Physics - Caltech
    condensed matter Physics

    9. Soft Condensed Matter Authors/titles Recent Submissions
    Subjclass Soft condensed matter; Statistical Mechanics Comments 9 pages, 7 figures Subj-class Statistical Mechanics; Soft condensed matter
    Soft Condensed Matter
    Authors and titles for recent submissions
  • Sat, 17 Sep 2005 Fri, 16 Sep 2005 Thu, 15 Sep 2005 Wed, 14 Sep 2005 ... Tue, 13 Sep 2005
  • Sat, 17 Sep 2005
    cond-mat/0509426 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Interaction energies of monosubstituted benzene dimers via nonlocal density functional theory
    Authors: T. Thonhauser Aaron Puzder David C. Langreth
    Comments: submitted to J. Chem. Phys
    Subj-class: Materials Science; Soft Condensed Matter
    cond-mat/0509459 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Structure of strongly charged polyelectrolyte solutions: How relevant are equilibrium concepts?
    Authors: James P. Donley David R. Heine
    Comments: 4 pages, 2 figures
    Subj-class: Soft Condensed Matter; Materials Science
    cond-mat/0509458 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Universality of liquid dynamics
    Authors: Tomas Oppelstrup Babak Sadigh Srikanth Sastry Mikhail Dzugutov
    Comments: 4 pages, 4 figures, submitted to Physical Review Letters
    Subj-class: Soft Condensed Matter
    cond-mat/0509457 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Dynamic Phase Transitions in Coupled Motor Proteins
    Authors: Evgeny B. Stukalin

    10. Dr. Thomas Neuhaus Computational Physics
    Contains publications in computational physics, statistical physics and lattice gauge theory. Information about the precise study of condensed matter systems and particle interactions.
    Diese Seite verwendet Frames, die jedoch von Ihrem Browser nicht unterstützt werden..

    11. Tel Aviv U. Condensed Matter Physics Home Page
    DEPARTMENT OF condensed matter PHYSICS This page has been accessed times since June 1995. The condensed matter Physics Department is located on

    12. UPenn Soft Condensed Matter Group
    Index to this large group in soft condensed matter physics.
    Soft Condensed Matter
    Department of Physics and Astronomy
    University of Pennsylvania

    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    What We Do
    Colloids and Emulsions
    Liquid Crystals
    Polymer Physics
    Statistical Mechanics
    See Some of Our Review Articles and Conference Proceedings
    Group Homepages

    13. Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
    Peerreviewed online journal that focuses on the various anomalies in metal deuterides and hydrides.
    Manuscripts Submitting Peer Review Process Publication
    EDITOR IN CHIEF Professor Peter Hagelstein, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA ASSOCIATE EDITORS, NORTH AMERICA Dr. Michael McKubre, Director, Energy Research Center, SRI, Menlo Park, CA Professor George Miley, Nuclear Engineering Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Dr. Edmund Storms, retired. Former of Los Alamos National Laboratory ASSOCIATE EDITORS, EUROPE Dr. Francesco Scaramuzzi, retired. Formerly of Centro Ricerche Frascati, Italy Professor Jean Paul Biberian, Physics Department, University Aix-Marsielle, France ASSOCIATE EDITORS, ASIA Professor Akito Takahashi, Nuclear Engineering Department, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan

    14. From The Institute Of Physics
    Job news, journals, author and referee services, conference diary.

    15. ScienceDirect - Physica B: Condensed Matter - List Of Issues
    PhysicsWeb best of PhysicsWebcondensed matter is one of the most active fields of physics, with a stream of discoveries in areas from superfluidity and magnetism to the optical,
    Register or Login: Password: Athens/Institution Login Quick Search: within This Journal All Journals All Full-text Sources
    Physica B: Condensed Matter Bookmark this page as:
    Formerly part of Physica B+C
    Articles in Press
    Volumes 362 - 367 Volume 367, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-292 (1 October 2005) Volume 366, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-208 (1 September 2005) Volume 365, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-252 (1 August 2005) Volume 364, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-338 (15 July 2005) Volume 363, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-286 (15 June 2005) Volume 362, Issues 1-4 , Pages 1-310 (15 May 2005) Volumes 359 - 361 Volumes 351 - 358 Volumes 343 - 350 Volumes 340 - 342 ... Volume 127 Alert me when new Journal Issues are available Add this journal to My Favorite Journals Sample Issue Online More Publication Info Information for Authors
    Contact Us
    ... Elsevier B.V.

    16. CCP Centre For Chemical Physics
    Interests can be broadly classified into five general areas energy deposition, surface science, biological applications, properties of condensed matter and properties of isolated atoms and molecules.
    This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them.

    17. Physics For Students And Citzens
    Challenge VII What is condensed matter Physics ? Did Challenges V and VI get the wheels turning and the juices flowing ? If so, click and

    18. Untitled Document
    Any paper concerning modern problems of condensed matter theory which was prepared in the Institute for condensed matter Physics or reported on the seminar
    This site is included in Current Contents Connect
    How to use the ICMP Preprints Online
    Notes for Contributors
    Preprints are available for the following years:
    How to use the ICMP Preprints Online
    Both abstracts and full texts are available. Abstracts are shown to the reader once the abs link is chosen in the list of preprints for the selected year. Full texts in the LaTeX, PostScript and PDF formats are available for downloading once the src or ps or pdf link is chosen, respectively. Files are compressed with gzip utility ( .gz extension) and the reader should uncompress them with gzip -d filename.gz or gzip -da filename.gz command. Multipart files ( .tar.gz or .tgz extension) are first packed with tar utility, so the reader should unpack them after the uncompression with the tar -xvf filename.tar

    19. Elsevier Physics
    A web database with more than 80 Elsevier science journals with peer reviewed articles on Astronomy Astrophysics, condensed matter, Nuclear and High Energy Physics, Nonlinear, Statistical Applied Physics, Optics, Radiation, Surfaces Interfaces, Ultrasonics
    Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Physics Browse products within subject All product types Books Journals Electronic products ... Select your view
    Major Reference Works World Year of Physics Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's "Miraculous Year", the World Year of Physics 2005 aims to raise worldwide public awareness for physics and physical sciences. On this page you can read more about what Elsevier is doing during the World Year of Physics. Physics of Life Reviews Physics of Life Reviews is an international journal appearing quarterly, that publishes review articles on physics of living systems, complex phenomena in biological systems, and related fields of artificial life, robotics, mathematical bio-semiotics, and artificial intelligent systems. more information Announcing a New Journal The Edge - Biointerface Science Launching in 2006 We aim at a high-level journal that addresses the nature, behaviour and influence of surfaces and interfaces in biological systems.

    20. ISCMNS Home Page
    Promotes the understanding, development and application of condensed matter Nuclear Science for the benefit of its members and the wider community.
    Home Membership Search / Site Map FAQ ... Siena The International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.
    The International Society for
    Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
    A private not-for-profit Company limited by Guarantee registered in England No. 5143068 Ardet nec consumitur
    To promote the understanding, development and application of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science for the benefit of our members and the wider community. Society Profile ISCMNS is a not for profit Society re-organized as a limited liability corporation on 2 nd June 2004 (specifically as a private company limited by guarantee under English law). See FAQ for details. The constitution is divided into Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association This reorganization was approved at the first Annual General Meeting of the Society held on 20th March 2004. The Society is not a registered Charity. The Executive Committee is currently drawing up the Society's By-Laws This document specifies the standing orders and internal regulations of the Society and may be modified from time to time by the Executive Committee. Forthcoming Events September 2005: The 13 th is to be held during September (note date change ), 2005. The Conference

    Page 1     1-20 of 182    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

    free hit counter