Modules / Lectures
Module NameDownloadDescriptionDownload Size
Module 1: Overview of CourseLecture-1Lecture-187 kb
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseLecture-2Lecture-2106 kb
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseLecture-3Lecture-3122 kb
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseLecture-4Lecture-4158 kb
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseLecture-5Lecture-571 kb
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseLecture-6Lecture-6136 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-7Lecture-7154 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-8Lecture-8129 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-9Lecture-971 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-10Lecture-10425 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-11Lecture-11128 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-12Lecture-12155 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-13Lecture-1379 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionLecture-14Lecture-14141 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-15Lecture-15150 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-16Lecture-16138 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-17Lecture-17163 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-18Lecture-18160 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-19Lecture-1962 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsLecture-20Lecture-20161 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-21Lecture-21146 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-22Lecture-22144 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-23Lecture-23153 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-24Lecture-24137 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-25Lecture-25156 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-26Lecture-26150 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelLecture-27Lecture-27152 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionLecture 28Lecture 28151 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionLecture 29Lecture 29134 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionLecture 30Lecture 30175 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionLecture 31Lecture 31155 kb
Module NameDownload
Module NameDownloadDescriptionDownload Size
Module 2: Conceptual overview and Linear ResponseSelf Assessment - Module 2Self Assessment - Module 279 kb
Module 3: Quantum antiferromagnets: Path integral description and introductionSelf Assessment - Module 3Self Assessment - Module 374 kb
Module 4 : Many-body formalism and introduction to strongly correlated bosonic and fermionic systemsSelf Assessment - Module 4Self Assessment - Module 4113 kb
Module 5 : Phase and phase transitions of the quantum rotor modelSelf Assessment - Module 5Self Assessment - Module 5101 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionSelf Assessment - Module 6Self Assessment - Module 6113 kb
Module 6: Super uidity and the Kosterlitz Thouless transitionExamExam102 kb