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édité par G. Zaccai, J. Massoulié et F. David
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 1998  xxxiv, 264 p. ; 23 cm
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Preface
Cytoskeleton and Cell Cycle / Section I:
Microtubule dynamics in vitro and their relationship with cellular function / (D. Job)
Structure and function of two molecular motors and their pathways / (R.H. Wade)
The cellular machinery for chromosome movement / (J.R. McIntosh)
The role of microtubules in the creation of order in the cell / (R.L. Margolis)
Intracellular Communication - Membranes - Synapses - Time / Section II:
Intracellular membrane traffic / (M. McCaffrye, B. Goud)
Signaling in sensory cells
Molecular sturcture and function of ion channels / (U.B. Kaupp)
Theoretical models for oscillations in biochemical and cellular systems / (A. Goldbeter)
Development of the Central Nervous System / Section III:
An overview of nervous system development / (O. Pourquieacute;, F. Bourrat)
Student Seminars / Section IV:
Inhibition as binding controller at the level of a single neuron (Information processing in a pyramidal-type neuron) / (A.K. Vidybida)
Isolated nerve cell response to laser irradiation and photodynamic / (A.B. Uzdenski)
Lectures and Seminars presented at the summerschool but not published in the proceedings / Section V:
The endomembrane system / (D. Sabatini)
The history of the two-stage model for membrane protein folding / (D.M. Engelman)
Post synaptic receptors and the organisation of the synapse / (R. Kelly)
Short reports on Ph.D. student seminars
Conclusion
Relations between physics and biology / (B. Jacrot)
Preface
Cytoskeleton and Cell Cycle / Section I:
Microtubule dynamics in vitro and their relationship with cellular function / (D. Job)
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edited by F. Casoli, J. Lequeux and F. David
出版情報: Berlin : Springer in cooperation with the NATO Scientific Affair Division , Les Ulis : EDP sciences, c2000  xxxiv, 449 p. ; 23 cm
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Préface
Preface
Contents
Some Quantitative Aspects of Galactic and Extragalactic Infrared Astronomy / M. HarwitCourse 1:
Introduction / 1:
Energy dissipation in cosmic clouds / 2:
Impurities / 3:
Population of excited states / 4:
Cooling rates / 5:
Grains and ices / 6:
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons / 7:
Grain formation / 8:
Cooling of dense clouds by grain radiation / 9:
The Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect / 10:
The diffuse extragalactic background, cosmic metallicity, and star formation / 11:
Background observations / 12:
Contributions from discrete sources / 13:
Star formation rates, metallicity, and energy production / 14:
Must most of the energy production have occurred at low red shifts z? / 15:
A Single star burnt at red shift z / 15.1:
Continuous formation of massive stars / 15.2:
Low-mass stars / 15.3:
Directly observed star formation / 15.4:
The epoch from which the bulk of the integrated background radiation reaches us / 16:
Overviewof the ISO Mission / M.F. KesslerCourse 2:
ISO satellite
Satellite design / 2.1:
Satellite observing modes / 2.2:
Satellite in-orbit performance / 2.3:
Instrument payload
Overview of instruments / 3.1:
The ISO camera: ISOCAM / 3.2:
The ISO imaging photopolarimeter: ISOPHOT / 3.3:
The ISO short wavelength spectrometer: SWS / 3.4:
The ISO long wavelength spectrometer: LWS / 3.5:
Orbit
Operations
Operations design / 5.1:
Observing time / 5.2:
Operations performance / 5.3:
Scientific highlights
The ISO legacy
ISO data in general / 7.1:
The ISO data archive / 7.2:
Using the ISO data archive / 7.3:
Software tools and overall documentation / 7.4:
Plans until end 2001 / 7.5:
Conclusions
Data Analysis with ISOCAM / J.L. StarkCourse 3:
ISOCAM data calibration
Cosmic ray impact suppression
Dark subtraction for the LW channel
Flat field correction
Stabilization / 2.4:
Jitter / 2.5:
Field of view distortion correction / 2.6:
Source detection in ISOCAM images
Source detection from the wavelet transform
ISOCAM faint source detection: The PRETI method
Calibration from pattern recognition / 3.3.1:
Example / 3.3.3:
Image restoration using the wavelet transform
Image filtering / 4.1:
Image deconvolution / 4.2:
Conclusion
ISO Observations of Solar-System Objects / T. EncrenazCourse 4:
Mars
Giant planets
The D/H ratio
The stratospheres of the giant planets
External source of oxygen in the giant planets / 3.2.1:
Detection of stratospheric hydrocarbons / 3.2.2:
Fluorescence emissions in the stratospheres of Jupiter and Saturn / 3.2.3:
The tropospheres of the giant planets
The 2.7 ?m window
The 7-11 ?m spectrum of Jupiter and Saturn
The far-infrared spectrum of Saturn
The 5-?m spectral window / 3.3.4:
Pluto
Titan
Galilean satellites
Comet Hale-Bopp (C/1995 O1)
Short-period comets
Cometary trails
Distant comets and Kuiper-Belt objects
Asteroids
Zodiacal light
Conclusions and perspectives
Stars and Galactic Structure / H. HabingCourse 5:
The complex objects called stars: Well known and still puzzling
Outline of these notes / 1.1:
Red and Brown dwarfs: Stars of very low mass
Calculations of the structure of M-dwarfs and brown giants
How they look like: Spectra of red and brown dwarfs
The search for red and brown dwarfs: Strategies and results
Luminosity function
Main-sequence stars: Debris disks and planets
The "Vega-effect"
The discovery of planets
Remnant disks as observed by ISO
Red giants
Basic properties of red giants: RGB and AGB stars and later episodes
Recent calculations of stellar structure and stellar evolution
Ab-initio models of the evolution of AGB stars taking mass loss intoaccount / 4.3:
"Synthetic" models of the evolution of AGB stars taking mass lossintoaccount / 4.4:
And what about double stars? / 4.5:
The impact of new observations, especially, but not exclusively, by ISO / 4.6:
AGB stars in our Milky Way and in the Magellanic Clouds
Concluding remarks
Star Formation / A. NattaCourse 6:
Collapse of molecular cores
Giant molecular clouds and cores
Conditions for collapse
Free-fall collapse
Cloud collapse / 2.3.1:
Free-fall accretion / 2.3.2:
Collapse of an isothermal sphere of gas
Collapse of a slowly rotating core
Observable properties of protostars
Evidence of infall from molecular line profiles
SEDs of protostars
The line spectrum of a protostar
Protostellar and pre-main-sequence evolution
The protostellar phase
Pre-main-sequence evolution
The birthline
Circumstellar disks
Accretion disks
Properties of steady accretion disks
The velocity field / 5.2.1:
Timescales / 5.2.2:
Temperature profile and luminosity / 5.2.3:
Density structure / 5.2.4:
Reprocessing disks
Disk-star interaction / 5.4:
SEDs of disks
Power-law disks / 6.1:
Long-wavelength flux and disk mass / 6.2:
Comparison with TTS observations: Heating mechanism / 6.3:
Flared disks / 6.3.1:
Heating by halos / 6.3.2:
Disk atmospheres / 6.3.3:
Disk properties from observations
Mass accretion rate
Inner radius
Masses
Sizes
Disk lifetimes
Ground-based near and mid-infrared surveys / 8.1:
Mid-infrared ISOCAM surveys / 8.2:
ISOPHOT 60 ?m survey / 8.3:
Surveys at millimeter wavelengths / 8.4:
Disk evolution
Can we observe the early planet formation phase? / 9.1:
Evidence for grain growth / 9.2:
Evidence of planetesimals / 9.3:
Where is the disk mass? / 9.4:
Secondary or debris disks
Summary
Dust in the Interstellar Medium / by F. Boulanger ; P. Cox ; A.P. JonesCourse 7:
The phases of the interstellar medium
Abundances
Extinction curve
Infrared emission from dust
Spectral energy distribution
Grain temperatures and infrared emission
Dust composition as a function of size
Interstellar PAHs
Small aromatic hydrocarbons in cirrus / 6.1.1:
Excitation by stellar light / 6.1.2:
Carbon abundance in PAHs / 6.1.3:
Band profiles / 6.1.4:
Very small grains
Large grains
Dust processing in the interstellar medium
Grain sputtering and shattering in shock waves
Physical processes / 7.1.1:
Observations / 7.1.2:
Grain growth in molecular clouds
Dust evolution in clouds / 7.2.1:
Dust evolution in photo-dissociation regions / 7.2.3:
Dense media around protostars
Absorption spectroscopy of embedded sources
Dust around young stars
Dust formation
AGB stars
Infrared spectroscopy of AGB and post-AGB stars
Carbon-rich sources / 9.3.1:
Oxygen-rich sources / 9.3.2:
Evolved planetary nebulae / 9.3.3:
Dust in SNR and hot stars
The life cycle of dust
Sources of dust / 10.1:
The crystalline-amorphous-crystalline silicate transition / 10.2:
Interstellar dust in the solar system / 10.4:
Summary and perspectives
Normal Galaxies in the Infrared / by G. HelouCourse 8:
The study of normal galaxies
Galaxies in the infrared: The IRAS ERA
Basic parameters and statitics
Infrared luminosity / 3.1.1:
The infrared-to-blue ratio / 3.1.2:
IRAS colors / 3.1.3:
Other estimators / 3.1.4:
Correlations
The infrared-radio connection
The "two-component model"
ISO reshapes the dust continuum
ISO surveys of galaxies
Mid-infrared spectra
The aromatic features / 4.2.1:
The mid-infrared continuum / 4.2.2:
High-redshift applications / 4.2.3:
Exceptions / 4.2.4:
The ISO-IRAS color diagram
The global infrared spectrum / 4.3.1:
A mid-infrared look within galaxies
A walk in the line forest
Molecular lines
Fine-structure lines
Interpreting the PDR lines
More studies
Tomorrow's infrared galaxies
Challenges and prospects
Suggestions
Active Galaxies / by D. KunzeCourse 9:
Starburst galaxies
Scales of star formation: From H II regions to starburst galaxies
Observational properties of starburst galaxies
ISO observations of starburst galaxies
The galactic center
Active galactic nuclei
A unified model for AGNs
Massive central black holes
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édité par R. Gupta ... [et al.]
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 1999  2 v. ; 23 cm
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Perturbative quantum chromodynamics / D.A. KosowerVolume I:
Deep inelastic scattering / A.V. Manoher2:
Introduction to lattice QCD / R. Gupta3:
Advance latticed QCD / M. Luscher4:
Weak Hamilton, CP violation and rare decays / A.J. Buras5:
Heavy-quark physics and CP violation / J.D. Richman6:
Experimental kaon physics / L. Fayard7:
The standard model and LEP physics / D. TreilleVolume II:
Effective field theory / A. Pich9:
Heavy quark physics / M.B. Wise10:
Large N QCD / A.V. Manohar11:
An introduction to sum rules in QCD / E. de Rafael12:
QCD at finite temperature / J.-P. Blaizot13:
Neutrino anomalies / F. Sciulli14:
Models of electroweak symmetry breaking / R.S. Chivukula15:
Supersymmetric models / G.G. Ross16:
Duality in N=2,4 supersymmetric gauge theories / P. Di Vecchia17:
Physics at the LHC / F. Dydak18:
Perturbative quantum chromodynamics / D.A. KosowerVolume I:
Deep inelastic scattering / A.V. Manoher2:
Introduction to lattice QCD / R. Gupta3:
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edited by P. Binétruy ... [et al.]
出版情報: Les Ulis : EDP sciences , Berlin : Springer, c2000  xxxvi, 628 p. ; 23 cm
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edited by A. Comtet, T. Jolicœur, S. Ouvry and F. David
出版情報: Berlin : Springer in cooperation with the NATO Scientific Affair Division , Les Ulis : EDP sciences, 1999  xxxiv, 909 p. ; 23 cm
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Contents
Electrons in a Flatland / M. ShayeganCourse 1:
Introduction / 1:
Samples and measurements / 2:
2D electrons at the GaAs/AlGaAs interface / 2.1:
Magnetotransport measurement techniques / 2.2:
Ground states of the 2D System in a strong magnetic field / 3:
Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations and the IQHE / 3.1:
FQHE and Wigner crystal / 3.2:
Composite fermions / 4:
Ferromagnetic state at ν = 1 and Skyrmions / 5:
Correlated bilayer electron states / 6:
Overview / 6.1:
Electron System in a wide, single, quantum well / 6.2:
Evolution of the QHE states in a wide quantum well / 6.3:
Evolution of insulating phases / 6.4:
Many-body, bilayer QHE at ν = 1 / 6.5:
Spontaneous interlayer Charge transfer / 6.6:
Summary / 6.7:
The Quantum Hall Effect: Novel Excitations and Broken Symmetries / S.M.GirvinCourse 2:
The quantum Hall effect
Why 2D is important / 1.1:
Constructing the 2DEG / 1.3:
Why is disorder and localization important? / 1.4:
Classical dynamics / 1.5:
Semi-classical approximation / 1.6:
Quantum dynamics in strong B Fields / 1.7:
IQHE edge states / 1.8:
Semiclassical percolation picture / 1.9:
Fractional QHE / 1.10:
The ν = 1 many-body state / 1.11:
Neutral collective excitations / 1.12:
Charged excitations / 1.13:
FQHE edge states / 1.14:
Quantum hall ferromagnets / 1.15:
Coulomb exchange / 1.16:
Spin wave excitations / 1.17:
Effective action / 1.18:
Topological excitations / 1.19:
Skyrmion dynamics / 1.20:
Skyrme lattices / 1.21:
Double-layer quantum Hall ferromagnets / 1.22:
Pseudospin analogy / 1.23:
Experimental background / 1.24:
Interlayer phase coherence / 1.25:
Interlayer tunneling and tilted field effects / 1.26:
Lowest Landau level projection / Appendix A:
Berry's phase and adiabatic transport / Appendix B:
Aspects of Chern-Simons Theory / G.V.DunneCourse 3:
Basics of planar field theory
Chern-Simons coupled to matter fields - "anyons"
Maxwell-Chern-Simons: Topologically massive gauge theory
Fermions in 2 + 1-dimensions / 2.3:
Discrete symmetries: <$>{\cal P}, {\cal C}<$> and <$>{\cal T}<$> / 2.4:
Poincaré algebra in 2 + 1-dimensions / 2.5:
Nonabelian Chern-Simons theories / 2.6:
Canonical quantization of Chern-Simons theories
Canonical structure of Chern-Simons theories
Chern-Simons quantum mechanics
Canonical quantization of abelian Chern-Simons theories / 3.3:
Quantization on the torus and magnetic translations / 3.4:
Canonical quantization of nonabelian Chern-Simons theories / 3.5:
Chern-Simons theories with boundary / 3.6:
Chern-Simons vortices
Abelian-Higgs model and Abrikosov-Nielsen-Olesen vortices / 4.1:
Relativistic Chern-Simons vortices / 4.2:
NonabelianrelativisticChern-Simonsvortices / 4.3:
Nonrelativistic Chern-Simons vortices: Jackiw-Pi model / 4.4:
NonabeliannonrelativisticChern-Simonsvortices / 4.5:
Vortices in the Zhang-Hansson-Kivelson model for FQHE / 4.6:
Vortex dynamics / 4.7:
Induced Chern-Simons terms
Perturbatively induced Chern-Simons terms: Fermion loop / 5.1:
Induced currents and Chern-Simons terms / 5.2:
Induced Chern-Simons terms without fermions / 5.3:
A finite temperature puzzle / 5.4:
Quantum mechanical finite temperature model / 5.5:
Exact finite temperature 2 + 1 effective actions / 5.6:
Finite temperature perturbation theory and Chern-Simons terms / 5.7:
Anyons / J. MyrheimCourse 4:
The concept of particle statistics
Statistical mechanics and the many-body problem
Experimental physics in two dimensions
The algebraic approach: Heisenberg quantization
More general quantizations
The configuration space
The Euclidean relative space for two particles
Dimensions d = 1, 2, 3
Homotopy
The braid group
Schrödinger quantization in one dimension
Heisenberg quantization in one dimension
The coordinate representation
Schrödinger quantization in dimension d ≥ 2
Scalar wave functions
Interchange phases
The statistics vector potential
The N-particle case
Chern-Simons theory
The Feynman path integral for anyons
Eigenstates for Position and momentum
The path integral
Conjugation classes in SN
The non-interacting case
Duality of Feynman and Schrödinger quantization
The harmonic oscillator / 7:
The two-dimensional harmonic oscillator / 7.1:
Two anyons in a harmonic oscillator potential / 7.2:
More than two anyons / 7.3:
The three-anyon problem / 7.4:
The anyon gas / 8:
The cluster and virial expansions / 8.1:
First and second order perturbative results / 8.2:
Regularization by periodic boundary conditions / 8.3:
Regularization by a harmonic oscillator potential / 8.4:
Bosons and fermions / 8.5:
Two anyons / 8.6:
Three anyons / 8.7:
The Monte Carlo method / 8.8:
The path integral representation of the coefficients <$>G_{\cal P}<$> / 8.9:
Exact and approximate polynomials / 8.10:
The fourth virial coefficient of anyons / 8.11:
Two polynomial theorems / 8.12:
Charged particles in a constant magnetic field / 9:
One particle in a magnetic field / 9.1:
Two anyons in a magnetic field / 9.2:
The anyon gas in a magnetic field / 9.3:
Interchange phases and geometric phases / 10:
Introduction to geometric phases / 10.1:
Two particles in a magnetic field / 10.2:
Interchange of two anyons in potential wells / 10.4:
Laughlin's theory of the fractional quantum Hall effect / 10.5:
Generalized Statistics in One Dimension / A.P. PolychronakosCourse 5:
Permutation group approach
Realization of the reduced Hilbert space
Path integral and generalized statistics
Cluster decomposition and factorizability
One-dimensional systems: Calogero model
The Calogero-Sutherland-Moser model
Large-N properties of the CSM model and duality
One-dimensional systems: Matrix model
Hermitian matrix model
The unitary matrix model
Quantization and spectrum
Reduction to spin-particle systems
Operator approaches
Exchange operator formalism
Systems with internal degrees of freedom
Asymptotic Bethe ansatz approach
The freezing trick and spin models
Exclusion statistics
Motivation from the CSM model
Semiclassics - Heuristics
Exclusion statistical mechanics
Exclusion statistics path integral
Is this the only "exclusion" statistics?
Epilogue
Lectures on Non-perturbative Field Theory and Quantum Impurity Problems / H.SaleurCourse 6:
Some notions of conformal field theory
The free boson via path integrals
Normal ordering and OPE
The stress energy tensor
Conformal in(co)variance
Some remarks on Ward identities in QFT
The Virasoro algebra: Intuitive introduction
Cylinders
The free boson via Hamiltonians
Modular invariance
Conformal invariance analysis of quantum impurity fixed points
Boundary conformal field theory
Partition functions and boundary states
Boundary entropy
The boundary sine-Gordon model: General results
The model and the flow
Perturbation near the UV fixed point
Perturbation near the IR fixed point
An alternative to the instanton expansion: The conformal invariance analysis
Search for integrability: Classical analysis
Quantum integrability
Conformal perturbation theory
S-matrices
Back to the boundary sine-Gordon model
The thermodynamic Bethe-ansatz: The gas of particles with "Yang-Baxter statistics"
Zamolodchikov Fateev algebra
The TBA
A Standard computation: The central Charge
Thermodynamics of the flow between N and D fixed points
Using the TBA to compute static transport properties
Tunneling in the FQHE
Conductance without impurity
Conductance with impurity
Quantum Partition Noise and the Detection of Fractionally Charged Laughlin Quasiparticles / D.C. GlattliSeminar 1:
Partition noise in quantum conductors
Quantum partition noise
Partition noise and quantum statistics
Quantum conductors reach the partition noise limit
Experimental evidences of quantum partition noise in quantum conductors
Partition noise in the quantum Hall regime and determination of the fractional Charge
Edge states in the integer quantum Hall effect regime
Tunneling between IQHE edge channels and partition noise
Edge channels in the fractional regime
Noise predictions in the fractional regime
Measurement of the fractional Charge using noise
Beyond the Poissonian noise of fractional charges
Mott Insulators, Spin Liquids and Quantum Disordered Superconductivity / Matthew P.A. FisherCourse 7:
Models and metals
Noninteracting electrons
Interaction effects
Mott insulators and quantum magnetism
Spin models and quantum magnetism
Spin liquids
Bosonization primer
2 Leg Hubbard ladder
Bonding and antibonding bands
Interactions
Bosonization
d-Mott phase
Symmetry and doping
d-Wave superconductivity
BGS theory re-visited
d-wave symmetry
Continuum description of gapless quasiparticles
Effective field theory
Quasiparticles and phase flucutations
Nodons
Vortices
ic/2e versus hc/e vortices
Duality
Nodal liquid phase
Half-filling
Doping the nodal liquid
Closing remarks
Lattice duality
Two dimensions / A.1:
Three dimensions / A.2:
Statistics of Knots and Entangled Random Walks / S. NechaevCourse 8:
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édité par Roger Balian, Roger Maynard, Gerard Toulouse
出版情報: Amsterdam : North-Holland, 1979  xxv, 607 p. ; 23 cm
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édité par E. Akkermans ... [et al.]
出版情報: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 1995  xlii, 791 p. ; 23 cm
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edited by Jean-Louis Barrat ... [et al.] ; published in cooperation with the NATO Scientific Affair Division
出版情報: Les Ulis : EDP Sciences , Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c2003  xxxiii, 769 p. ; 23 cm
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edited by H. Flyvbjerg ... [et al.]
出版情報: Les Ulis : EDP sciences , Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c2002  xxxiv, 580 p. ; 23 cm
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édité par Jean-Louis Lacoume, Tariq Salim Durrani et Raymond Stora
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : North-Holland , New York, NY, USA : Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1987  2 v. (li, 858 p.) ; 23 cm
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