Physics and Astronomy Seminar

The path integral picture of quantum systems

Imaginary time path integrals provide both a way of understanding quantum systems as well as a method to calculate their properties. I will discuss their application to bose superfluids and solids and a way to extend the method to quantum fermion systems.

David Ceperley from the University of Illinois will be discussing Imaginary time path integrals that provide both a way of understanding quantum systems as well as a method to calculate their properties.  

Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 2:00pm

Sharp Lab, Room 215
Sharp Laboratory, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA

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College of Arts and Sciences, Academics, Lectures & Programs, Students, Lectures and Programs, Community



Physics & Astronomy


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Henry Glyde

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