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Advanced Statistical Physics: Manybody systems out of equilibriumAlex Tsyplyatyev, WS 2022/2023Lectures: 3 hours per week, Tuesdays 14:0016:00 and Thursdays 12:0013:00Room: Phys 01.114 (Tuesdays and Thursdays) First lecture: 18.10.2022 Last lecture: 09.02.2023 (15 weeks of lectures in total, 2 weeks of Christmas vacation 22.12.2022  06.01.2023) Tutorials: 2 hours every second week on Fridays 12:0014:00, 1 group Tutor: Mr. Carlo Musolino Room: Phys 2.116 First tutorial: 04.11.2022 (7 weeks of tutorials in total, dates are 04.11, 18.11, 02.12, 16.12, 13.01, 27.01, 10.02) This course develops the theoretical methods for dealing with manybody systems out of equilibrium. The lecture consists of three major parts. The first part builds on top of the Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics course (VTH5). Here the basic notion of nonequilibrium statistical systems in classical mechanics is developed. The second part starts at the end of the Quantum Mechanics I course (VTH4). Here the dynamical tools for quantum mechanical systems within the framework of Hamiltonian formalism are developed. And in the third part of the course, the Green function technique is generalised to the nonequilibrium problems. The manybody theory course (VQMPT) is suggested for the last part but it is not strictly necessary, this lecture contains a complete introduction to the generic Green functions method. AnnouncementsThe tutorial classes start on Friday the 4th of November.Lecture notesComplete lecture notesProblem sheets
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