Department for General and Applied Physics
, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Chair for "Problems in theoretical physics"
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Landau Institute for theoretical physics
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Approximate methods for analytical calculations
Selected methods of theoretical physics
Mathematics I (theor.min.)
Probability theory (seminar)
Introduction to group theory
Introduction to the speciality: seminar on classical papers
Classical integrable systems
Mechanics (theor.min.)
Equations of mathematical physics (seminar)
Percolation theory and fractals
Problems in quantum mechanics
Selected problems in theoretical physics
Foundations of gravitation theory
Field theory (theor.min.)
Modern hydrodynamics
Elements of quantum field theory
Condensed-matter theory: modern problems
Quantum mechanics (theor.min.)
Magnetism
Phonons and electrons in metals
Problems in statistical physics
Seminar on current literature
Diagrammatic methods
Statistical physics (theor.min.)
Superconductivity
Quantum electrodynamics
Introduction to the theory of disordered systems
Introduction to the quantum field theory
Theory of phase transitions
Modern problems of theoretical physics (seminar)
Quantum mesoscopics. Integer quantum Hall effect
Methods in theory of one-dimensional systems
Functional integrals in solid-state theory
Theoretical minimum
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Chair for "Problems in theoretical physics"
Landau Institute for theoretical physics
acad. Semyonov prosp. 1a
Chernogolovka, Moscow region
142432, Russia
Head
M.V. Feigel'man
Deputy head
Y.V. Fominov
Secretary
Y.V. Vakhteeva
phone +7(495)702-93-17
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Approximate methods for analytical calculations
M.V. Feigel'man
,
I.V. Kolokolov
,
V.V. Lebedev
,
M.A. Skvortsov
,
Ya.V. Fominov
,
I.S. Burmistrov
Approximate methods for analytical calculations (exercises)
N.S. Peshcherenko
Approximate methods for analytical calculations (exercises)
N.Yu. Kishmar
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