Mathematical Statistical Physics II
|Professor||Prof. Dr. Peter Pickl||B 208|
|Assistent||Aaron Schaal||B 416|
In the class it will be shown, how effective descriptions can be derived for many body systems with mathematical rigor. Most approaches that shall be introduced are very modern and can be directly connected to actual research topics. We will start with quantum systems and derive nonlinear Schrödinger equations from first principles. Also systems in second quantizetion shall be adressed and the connection between quantised field and classical field be made clear with mathematical rigor. Leter we will adress classical and biological models.
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|Lecture||Thursday 12:30-14:00 s.t.||B 004|
|Lecture||Friday 12:30-14:00 s.t.||B 004|
|Exercise Session||Friday 14-16 c.t.||B 004|