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'Quantum field theory and condensed matter physics have mutually benefited from the progress in their respective areas. Recently some authors have been working to provide a unified view of these fields, both conceptually and in their technical aspects. Eduardo C. Marino's book is an important step in this direction and it is bold in its outlook as it deals with problems that have no consensual solution yet in the scientific community. In these chapters Marino is especially inspired as he guides the reader firmly through the challenges presented by these problems. His approach leads to a powerful grasp of mathematical tools and a solid knowledge of the most actual problems in condensed matter physics.' Mucio Amado Continentino, Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fsicas, Brazil
'This book explains how one can use Quantum Field Theory (QFT) to analyze Condensed Matter Physics and as a result it comprises three main parts which are respectively (I) condensed matter physics, (II) quantum field theory and (III) quantum field theory approach in condensed matter systems. The book is bulky, but if you have the basis, only the basis, background of the mathematical machinery of quantum mechanics, you will read it easily. ... The number of topics so considered is rather large enough to include, for instance, Fermi liquids and Anderson insulators, polarons, polyacetylene, quantum magnets in 1D and in 2D, spin-fermion system, spin glass, superfluidity, superconductivity, pnictides,graphene, silicenes, insulators quantum, quantum computation. ... I used to give these books-for-review as a gift to the library of my university, but I decided to keep the present one for my own personal library.' Guy Jumarie, Zentralblatt MATH
'This book provides an excellent overview of the state of the art of quantum field theory (QFT) applications to condensed-matter physics (CMP). ... I would keenly recommend this to advanced graduate students and researchers in the field, who will find, in part three, plenty of hot topics that are very well explained and accompanied by complete references.' Rogelio Palomo, CERN Courier
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Eduardo C. Marino is Professor of Physics at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. He is an elected member of the Brazilian National Academy of Sciences, and in 2005 was awarded the National Order of the Scientific Merit by the president of Brazil.
Preface; Part I. Condensed Matter Physics: 1. Independent electrons and static crystals; 2. Vibrating crystals; 3. Interacting electrons; 4. Interactions in action; Part II. Quantum Field Theory: 5. Functional formulation of quantum field theory; 6. Quantum fields in action; 7. Symmetries: explicit or secret; 8. Classical topological excitations; 9. Quantum topological excitations; 10. Duality, bosonization and generalized statistics; 11. Statistical transmutation; 12. Pseudo quantum electrodynamics; Part III. Quantum Field Theory Approach to Condensed Matter Systems: 13. Quantum field theory methods in condensed matter; 14. Metals, Fermi liquids, Mott and Anderson insulators; 15. The dynamics of polarons; 16. Polyacetylene; 17. The Kondo effect; 18. Quantum magnets in 1D: Fermionization, bosonization, Coulomb gases and 'all that'; 19. Quantum magnets in 2D: nonlinear sigma model, CP1 and 'all that'; 20. The spin-fermion system: a quantum field theory approach; 21. The spin glass; 22. Quantum field theory approach to superfluidity; 23. Quantum field theory approach to superconductivity; 24. The cuprate high-temperature superconductors; 25. The pnictides: iron based superconductors; 26. The quantum Hall effect; 27. Graphene; 28. Silicene and transition metal dichalcogenides; 29. Topological insulators; 30. Non-abelian statistics and quantum computation; References; Index.