This course will be helpful for students who want to do
research in the field of many-particle physics. It is proposed to study
the current concepts of this area, which are routinely used in modern
research. At the end of the course, the student should have skills that
allow them to effectively formulate, analyze and solve scientific
problems. In particular, such issues as the computational complexity of
problems and its reduction, symmetries of many-particle systems, quantum
integrability, dynamical integrability, the relationship between
spectral statistics and the theory of random matrices, thermalization,
as well as the mechanisms of its violation - quantum scars, disorder,
etc. will be discussed. It is expected that course participants have
mastered the standard university course in quantum mechanics or are in
the process of learning it.
RSS: Forthcoming seminars
Lecturer
Ermakov Igor Vladimirovich
Organizations
Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Steklov International Mathematical Center |