Classical Analogies in the Solution of Quantum ManyBody Problems
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Classical Analogies in the Solution of Quantum ManyBody Problems
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 Classical Analogies in the Solution of Quantum ManyBody Problems
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 by Aydın Cem Keser
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 Mathematical Methods in Physics
 Mathematical Physics
 Mathematical physics
 Mechanics
 Phase transformations (Statistical physics)
 Physics
 Quantum Gases and Condensates
 Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity
 Superconductivity
 Superconductors
 Classical Mechanics
 Condensed matter
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 eng
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 This book addresses problems in three main developments in modern condensed matter physics namely topological superconductivity, manybody localization and strongly interacting condensates/superfluidsby employing fruitful analogies from classical mechanics. This strategy has led to tangible results, firstly in superconducting nanowires: the density of states, a smoking gun for the long sought Majorana zero mode is calculated effortlessly by mapping the problem to a textbooklevel classical point particle problem. Secondly, in localization theory even the simplest toy models that exhibit manybody localization are mathematically cumbersome and results rely on simulations that are limited by computational power. In this book an alternative viewpoint is developed by describing manybody localization in terms of quantum rotors that have incommensurate rotation frequencies, an exactly solvable system. Finally, the fluctuations in a strongly interacting Bose condensate and superfluid, a notoriously difficult system to analyze from first principles, are shown to mimic stochastic fluctuations of spacetime due to quantum fields. This analogy not only allows for the computation of physical properties of the fluctuations in an elegant way, it sheds light on the nature of spacetime. The book will be a valuable contribution for its unifying style that illuminates conceptually challenging developments in condensed matter physics and its use of elegant mathematical models in addition to producing new and concrete results
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