|Lecture:||Theoretische Festkörperphysik II / Advanced Condensed Matter Physics (D/E)|
|Time:||Mo 09-11, Mi 12 at HS, IAP|
|Contents:||Quantum dynamics of many-electron systems:|
- Feynman diagram technique for many-particle systems at finite temperature
- Quantum magnetism, Kondo effect, Renormalization group technique
- Disordered systems: Electrons in a random potential
|Literature:||- Abrikosov, Gorkov, Dzyaloshinski: Methods of Quantum Field Theory in Statistical Physics|
(Dover, New York)
- Nolting: Grundkurs: Theoretische Physik 7: Vielteilchen-Theorie
- Hewson: The Kondo Problem to Heavy Fermions
(Cambridge University Press (1993))
- Schrieffer: Theory of Superconductivity
(Benjamin/Cummings, Reading/Mass. (1983))
|Comments:||The lecture course will be given in German or English, depending on the requirements of the
The course can be seen as a continuation of solid state theory I, where now the emphasis is put on a more in-depth look at typical solid state phenomena and the methods for their description.
The course will start with an introduction to modern techniques for treating interacting quantum many-body systems. These methods will then be applied to several problems of condensed matter physics, such as magnetic impurities in a metal (Kondo effect), electron motion in a random potential, and superconductivity.
These physical problems will also serve as examples where more advanced methods and notions, like renormalization group or critical behavior at phase transitions, will be discussed.