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  1. Simple Views on Condensed Matter (Modern Condensed Matter Physics, Vol. 12) by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 2003-04
  2. Principles Of Nanotechnology: Molecular-Based Study Of Condensed Matter In Small Systems by G Ali Mansoori, 2005-03-03
  3. Neutron, X-rays and Light. Scattering Methods Applied to Soft Condensed Matter (North-Holland Delta Series)
  4. Computational Methods in Condensed Matter: Electronic Structure (Aip Translation Series) by A. A. Katsnelson, V. S. Stepanyuk, 1992-01
  5. The Geometric Phase in Quantum Systems: Foundations, Mathematical Concepts, and Applications in Molecular and Condensed Matter Physics (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Arno Bohm, Ali Mostafazadeh, et all 2010-11-02
  6. Electron Beam Modification of Solids: Mechanisms, Common Features and Promising Applications (Condensed Matter Research and Technology)
  7. Theory of Critical Phenomena in Finite-Size Systems: Scaling and Quantum Effects (Series in Modern Condensed Matter Physics) by Iordan Brankov, Daniel M. Danchev, et all 2000-01-15
  8. Field Theories in Condensed Matter Physics: A Workshop by Ziatko Tesanovic, 1990-03
  9. Non-Linearity and Breakdown in Soft Condensed Matter: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Calcutta, India, 1 - 9 December 1993 (Lecture Notes in Physics)
  10. Field Theories in Condensed Matter Physics: A Workshop by Ziatko Tesanovic, 1990-03
  11. Electronic Structure of Metal-Semiconductor Contacts (Perspectives in Condensed Matter Physics)
  12. Oxides / Oxide (Landolt-Börnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series / Condensed Matter) (Volume 16) by T. Mitsui, S. Nomura, et all 1980-12-18
  13. Shock Compression of Condensed Matter - 2007: Proceedings of the Conference of the American Physical Society Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed ... Applications) (AIP Conference Proceedings) by Mark Elert, 2007-12-10
  14. Ill-Condensed Matter by R. Balian, 1983-03

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62. University Of Cambridge Biological And Soft Systems
The group at the Cavendish Laboratory aims to study, via experiment, theory and computer modelling, a diverse range of phenomena at the mesoscale.
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The 21st Century promises a major expansion at the interface of physics with the biological sciences and nanotechnology. These are areas which fall outside the conventional boundaries of the scientific disciplines of Chemistry, Physics and Biology, requiring a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach. The Biological and Soft Systems Sector of the Cavendish Laboratory (BSS), formed in 2004, is pursuing such multidisciplinary research. Using techniques and inspirations from classical polymer physics, soft matter physics and the physics of condensed matter, we build on this foundation with exciting progress in protein folding, biomaterials, cell biophysics and nanoscience, using theoretical, computational, and experimental methods. The BSS Sector is ideally placed, with the right expertise, to be a major player in these exciting new areas of science. BSS is also a significant part of the Physics of Medicine initiative, and much of our research activity now takes place within the new Centre for the Physics of Medicine. Our Key Strengths are:
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63. Self Assembly In Soft Matter
Structure and Kinetics and Material Science in Complex Fluids Colloids, Liquid Crystals, Micro-emulsions, Surfactant Mesophases, Photonic Bandgap Materials.
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Self Assembly in Soft Matter
Structure, Kinetics and Material Science of Complex Fluids
Soft ("squishy") matter is an inevitable part of everyday life. Living cells (and we) are it, and so are numerous things we use and endure: paint, soap, milk, ice-cream, fog... The complex structures and dynamics that arise out of soft condensed matter are large and slow compared to the atomic scale. There is considerable overlap between the fields of soft condensed matter physics, physical chemistry and the biological sciences in different aspects: the underlying science, self assembly, the materials, as well as the techniques that can be used. We like to study real-space local structure and real-time dynamics in three dimensions via confocal microscopy, and at the same time use pulsed-gradient nuclear magnetic resonance to measure diffusion coefficients and transport properties precisely. Students in the lab will learn to use magnetic resonance (NMR: a technique used extensively in chemistry and medicine) and confocal microscopy (a technique used extensively in biology) in a novel and complementary way. Materials of interest in soft condensed matter physics are "complex fluids": colloids, liquid crystals, micro-emulsions, surfactant mesophases. Soft materials respond sensitively to external electric, magnetic and surface forces. Controlling self assembly in soft matter enables the creation of novel materials that interact with external fields: photonic materials, electrorheological ("ER") fluids and liquid crystal elastomers.

64. Condensed-matter.com
Homepage of the Condensed Matter Physics Group University of St. Andrews
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65. Max Planck Institute Of Colloids And Interfaces, Potsdam - News
Colloid and interface research is concerned with structures that are much larger than atoms, yet are considerably smaller than the macroscopic objects that can be directly perceived.
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The Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces was founded in 1992. Research in Colloid and Interface Science is widely covered by the following Departments: Biomaterials Biomolecular Systems Colloid Chemistry Interfaces as well as Theory and Bio-Systems . Current research topics are polymeric films, membranes, microcapsules, organic and inorganic nano- structures, biomineralization, nano- and microreactors, molecular motors and filaments as well as chemistry and biology of carbohydrates. Biomimetic research is at the core of the Institute’s activity. Common goal is to learn from nature how to build hierarchical materials or active systems with new functionalities, with adaptive, self-healing or self-assembling properties.
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Young scientist from Potsdam receives international award of the Royal Institution London September 28th, 2010 Dr. Maria-Magdalena Titirici from the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces has been awarded the 15th Desty Memorial award for Innovation in Separation Science.

66. Paul Scherrer Laboratory Department For Condensed Matter Research
Large Facilities in Switzerland for the study of solid and liquid condensed matter with Neutron and Muons beams.
http://num.web.psi.ch/

67. UW-Milwaukee: Physics - Condensed Matter Research
Condensed Matter Research. Condensed matter physics, the single largest area of physics worldwide, encompasses a diverse range of sub-fields such as correlated systems, magnetism
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Condensed matter physics, the single largest area of physics world-wide, encompasses a diverse range of sub-fields such as correlated systems, magnetism, structural properties, and nanoscience. The condensed matter group has 7 faculty members, both experimentalists and theorists, with a close collaborations with researchers at UWM and elsewhere. While most of the research, funded mainly by NSF and DOE, is carried out at UWM, faculty and students also carry out experiments at various national user facilities. Faculty: Daniel Agterberg Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska Prasenjit Guptasarma Lian Li ... Bimal Sarma and Michael Weinert
Daniel Agterberg is a theorist working in the area of superconductivity and strongly correlated electronic materials, focusing on topics such as the nature of high-temperature superconductors and the consequences of topological structures on electronic wave functions. His research is driven by close communications with experimentalists to identify relevant problems that lie at the forefront of materials science, and combines analytical many-body/symmetry-based techniques with numerical calculations. He has recently collaborated with Scientists at Cornell University, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH-Zurich), Stanford University, and the University of Tokyo.
Prasenjit Guptasarma is interested in the materials science of systems with strongly correlated electrons. His work seeks to elucidate the fundamental physics of unusual electronic and magnetic properties of materials, such as those near a critical phase transition, or bordering an unconventional quantum physical ground state. Current activities in his group include studies in the areas of novel superconductivity and magnetism, ferroelectricity, and multiferroics. Guptasarma's research lab hosts equipment for floating-zone growth of high-purity bulk single crystals, growth of nanostructures using high-pressure and solution-based techniques, and measurement of properties such as magnetic, transport, dielectric, specific heat, and ultrasound velocity, at extreme temperatures (350mK - 800K) and in magnetic fields (up to 9 Tesla). In addition, his group performs experiments at synchrotron light sources, neutron sources, and high magnetic field facilities in North America and abroad.

68. Cornell Laboratory Of Atomic And Solid State Physics
At the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics.
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These techniques are now being applied to new and exciting areas of research at Cornell. The onset of chaos in low-dimensional systems and spatially-extended dynamical systems are being studied using renormalization group methods. Ordering induced by disorder is being investigated through models of magnetism incorporating temperature, quantum fluctuations, and dirt. Hysteresis loops in magnets, sliding charge-density waves, and paper when crumpled are all being studied for their exhibition of crackling noise with fractal and self-similar avalanches of all sizes. On a more practical level, theories describing surface growth (such as the deposition of metal wires on computer chips) are rooted in renormalization-group ideas. The concepts of order parameters, symmetry breaking, and topological defects that emerged from the theory of superfluid helium-3 are being stretched and broadened in various directions. Cornell has played a central role in the theory of defects in liquid crystals. The department is a world center for the theory of quasicrystals—new, exotic phases with pentagonal or icosahedral order coexisting with long-range but non-periodic translational order. Traditional solid state theory remains vital here as it extends itself into new regimes. Condensed matter physicists explore the weirdness of quantum mechanics in directions relevant to quantum computation. They predict the behavior of simple materials under extreme conditions. And they pursue the quantum theory of mesoscopic devices, using random-matrix theory and many-body physics to model everything from quantum dots to bouncing buckyballs.

69. Condensed Matter Research -- WFU Physics
Condensed Matter Research at the Wake Forest University Department of Physics
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The area of major concentration is condensed matter physics, which includes the work of experimentalists, David Carroll Oana Jurchescu , and Richard T. Williams , and theorists Natalie A. W. Holzwarth William C. Kerr G. Eric Matthews , and Timo Thonhauser The group working with Richard Williams uses ultrafast spectroscopy to investigate the immediate consequences of absorption of a photon by a crystalline solid. They use ultrashort (~80 fs) laser pulses to create an electronic excitation of the solid and monitor its evolution within the coupled electron-lattice system. Phenomena of interest include self-trapping of excitons and of charge carriers in insulators, relaxation of hot carriers and surface state dynamics in semiconductors, excitonic processes of lattice defect formation, and desorption from surfaces. Photoelectron spectroscopy and related surface science techniques are conducted both with ultrafast excitation/probe laser techniques for dynamic studies and in conventional synchrotron radiation experiments at the National Synchrotron Light Source. Concerns with surfaces, lattice defects, and laser-solid interactions lead naturally to a parallel interest in the spatial atomic structure of surfaces and surface defects, observed directly by scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy. The scanning tunneling microscope is used to characterize laser effects on metals and semiconductors, as well as more general atomic-scale studies.

70. IOPscience::.. Journal Of Physics: Condensed Matter
A weekly journal reporting experimental and theoretical studies of the structural, thermal, mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical and surface properties of condensed matter. There are separate sections within the journal for Surface and Interface Science and Liquids and Soft Matter.
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71. Physics Department, Princeton University - Condensed Matter Experiment
Condensed matter physics and biophysics may be described as the search for simple, unifying explanations for complicated phenomena observed in liquids and solids.
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Condensed matter physics and biophysics may be described as the search for simple, unifying explanations for complicated phenomena observed in liquids and solids. Advances in the field lead to universal concepts that govern the behavior of a large number of particles. Modern research embraces both "quantum" systems (the behavior of electrons in solids at low temperature) and "soft" condensed matter (liquid crystals, polymers, and biological structure are examples). At Princeton, experimentalists are active in topological phases, novel superconductivity in organic metals, spin-liquids, quantum spin-textures, topological insulators, quantum magnetism in spin-chain materials, the physics of nanometer-scale structures, high-temperature superconductors, ferromagnetic oxides, charge and spin density wave compounds, mesoscopic properties of subnanometer wires, quantum control of single electron spins,quantum computing, the fractional quantum Hall effect and topological quantum Hall effect and spin-textures. In "soft" condensed matter physics, experimental interest includes research on sedimentation, lyotropic liquid crystals, pattern formation in physical and biological systems, and crystallization of polyballs. The work in biophysics is an extension of the interests of the "soft" condensed matter faculty. Experimental areas include the understanding of molecular motors, the dynamics of DNA, the physics of biomembranes, biopolymers and proteins, and probes of cellular structure.

72. Welcome To The Institute For Condensed Matter And Complex Systems
Institute for Condensed Matter and Complex Systems Click here for current PhD opportunities. Condensed matter physics (CMP) is concerned with the study of liquids and solids, and
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Click here for current PhD opportunities Condensed matter physics ( CMP CMP Because the subject matter of CMP is the very stuff of the everyday world, it has very wide applicability. Thus, CMP overlaps considerably with materials science. In particular, the modern electronics and opto-electronics industries are underpinned by the fundamental understanding of semiconductors, liquid crystals, conducting polymers and other materials provided by condensed matter physicists. Earth scientists find that results from CMP can help them in understanding mineralogical phase transformations. Increasingly, condensed matter physicists are unravelling the complex behaviour of suspensions and polymers, which are important in everything from paints through shampoo to tomato ketchup. Finally, the methods and results of CMP are now being applied to the study of biological systems, which are, after all, specialised forms of condensed matter! It is therefore not surprising that more physicists work in

73. ISCMNS Home Page
Promotes the understanding, development and application of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science for the benefit of its members and the wider community.
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Registered Office: The Willows, Hobro, Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcs. DY11 5ST, England Ardet nec consumitur Mission To promote the understanding, development and application of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science for the benefit of the public. ISCMNS achieves it mission by organizing and supporting scientific meetings, facilitating communication and collaboration between scientists, publishing and distributing news and results. The Society publishes the peer reviewed Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ( JCMNS DVD As such it maintains the largest publicly available electronic database of current and historic CMNS information. Society Profile ISCMNS is a not for profit Society re-organized as a limited liability corporation on 2 nd June 2004 (specifically as a private company limited by guarantee under English law). See FAQ for details.

74. Condensed Matter Jobs - Browse Keywords | Juju Job Search
Browse condensed matter jobs from 1,000s of job boards and employer web sites in one place. Juju makes your condensed matter job search faster and more comprehensive.
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75. The Physics Of Materials: How Science Improves Our Lives
National Research Council report. Free to view and download.
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76. Advances In Condensed Matter Physics — An Open Access Journal
Advances in Condensed Matter Physics is a peerreviewed open access journal that publishes state-of-the-art reviews and original research papers in all areas of condensed matter
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77. Neutron Scattering Web
Provided as a service to the international neutron scattering community by Argonne National Laboratory. Links to databases, software, research facilities, and information on conferences.
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78. Condensed Matter Experimental Physics
Condensed matter physics is the study of the physical arrangement and concommitant properties of materials in their condensed phases (liquids, liquid crystals, solids).
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    Important experimental research areas in condensed matter physics at FSU include:
    • Single crystal growth and study of the magnetic and structural ordering of heavy fermion materials and superconductors, with a special emphasis on doped perovskites. Synthesis and study of quasi-one- and quasi-two- dimensional organic conductors, materials that show spin density wave states and interesting cyclotron resonance behavior in high magnetic fields. Preparation by molecular beam epitaxy, laser ablation, and rf sputtering of thin films and modulated structures of magnetic ferrites and of rare-earth hard magnets. These materials show strong spin ordering anisotropy and interlayer spin coupling. Preparation and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles and one dimensional wires. Preparation techniques include STM writing and photo- and electron-beam lithography.

79. 3D (VRML) Fermi Surface Database
A database of Fermi surfaces for elemental solids in VRML and gif. Stereo pictures, periodic table and Java program are also provided.
http://www.phys.ufl.edu/fermisurface/
Ferromagnets : Alternative Structures : Please click the icons in the partial periodic table above to see the Fermi surfaces of individual elements. To get help on the interactive VRML controls, click here Notes:
  • Please also visit the Stereo3D and Java3D Fermi surface page. To see the poster we use in APS March meeting to explain the method we used, download the file chart.pdf (612KB). Click here to see pictures of actual use of stereographics glasses to view the Fermi Surface. The Periodic Table of the Fermi Surfaces of Elemental Solids is available in HTML format (610kB) and PDF format (for printing, 2.7MB, 3'x4' poster or shink to fit page.). If you want to see a lot of the Fermi surfaces, please read Site download instructions, they're much faseter/more convenient. To cite our work:
  • http://www.phys.ufl.edu/fermisurface/ T.-S. Choy, J. Naset, J. Chen, S. Hershfield, and C. Stanton. A database of fermi surface in virtual reality modeling language (vrml). Bulletin of The American Physical Society, 45(1):L36 42, 2000. If you have used our images or cite our work in your book/paper/website, you can email us with your the title, authors, etc. of your work and we can post it on our website.
  • 80. Condensed Matter Physics : PhysAstro
    Superconductivity, magnetism, and optical properties are just a few of the topics pursued within CMP, where research aims at the discovery, understanding and control of materials
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    Superconductivity, magnetism, and optical properties are just a few of the topics pursued within CMP, where research aims at the discovery, understanding and control of materials and their physical properties by experimental, computational and/or theoretical means. At Iowa State the large CMP program encourages extensive collaborations so that discoveries of new materials or properties are quickly and exhaustively investigated via extensive experimental and theoretical tools and lively discussions. Investigations may involve travel or collaboration to use specialized national or international facilities. The research often yields new insights to understand, enhance or control physical properties, which may lead to fundamental new knowledge and to new materials, products or tools. Most of our research is conducted within Ames Laboratory 's Division of Materials Science and Engineering
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    Novel Materials and Ground States Design, discovery, growth and characterization of novel materials - often in single crystal form - and study of their interesting physical properties.

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