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**Leo P. Kadanoff text: Statistical Physics,
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Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff

Saturday, September 12, 2009

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Course Outline part number text chapter number title length number of (slides) lectures 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Fundamentals of Statistical Physics 1 Once over Lightly 2&3 Basics 4 & 13 &15 Quantum Mechanics and Lattices 5 Diffusion and Hops 6&8 Momentum hops 9 Bose and Fermi 10 Phase Transitions & mean ﬁelds 11 & 12 & 13 &14 &15 Phase Transitions: Beyond mean ﬁelds 16 24 28 24 27 16 40 42 1 2 3 3 3 1 2 2 17 Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday. 2009 2 2 . September 12.

Part 1: Once over lightly Concepts which speciﬁcally belong to statistical physics Interesting Physical Science Advances have a Major Statistical Component Probabilities: One die Quantum Stat Mech Classical Stat Mech Thermodynamics Random Walk Brownian Dynamics From Quantum to Classical: The Ising model Averages from Derivatives Degenerate Distributions Thermodynamic Phases Phase Transitions Big Words Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. 2009 3 3 .6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday. September 12.

Part 2: Statistics Probabilities Simple probabilities averages Composite probabilities Independent events simple and complex Many dice Probability distributions Statistical Mechanics Hamiltonian description Statistical Independence one and many Structural Invariance Intensive and Extensive Gaussian Statistical Variables Integrals and Probabilities Statistical Distributions Averages Approximate Gaussian integrals Calculation of Averages and Fluctuations The Result Going Slowly sums and averages in classical mechanics more sums and averages homework 4 4 Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. 2009 . September 12.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.

Part 3: On a Lattice:From Quantum to Ising to RG From Classical Stat Mech to Quantum All of quantum mechanics one dimensional lattice from classical to quantum Summary from quantum to classical the path integral for particles The Linear Chain Ising model Transfer Matrix Dual Couplings Solution of One-Dimensional Ising Model On Quantum Chains Ground state averages Statistical Correlations Average magnetizations Correlations Correlation Length Bloch Wall Renormalization for 1D Ising Block Transform New Coupling 2D Ising High Temperature Expansion Low Temperature Expansion Duality Speciﬁc Heat Block Transform Physical quantities Flows Homework Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. 2009 5 5 .6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday. September 12.

6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.Part 4: Hopping From Discrete to Continuous Hopping on a Lattice Notation: Even and Odd From one step to many An example Continuous Langevin equation An integration Gaussian Properties Generating Function A probability Discrete A probability calculation we get an answer! fourier transform formulation binomial theorem Higher Dimension pictures continued probability density One dimension Current Diffusion equation Higher Dimension You cannot go back Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. September 12. 2009 6 6 .

September 12. 2009 7 7 .6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.Part 5: Time Dependence Brownian Motion Deﬁne Situation Calculate momentum Calculate Variance Calculate Probability Distribution Probability Distribution in Classical Mechanics Statistical and Hamiltonian Dynamics Probability Distributions in Dynamical Systems time dependence of dynamical systems calculation set up calculation continued calculation concluded Poisson bracket generalizing stat mech time dependence in Hamiltonian systems one-particle distribution Classical Mechanics Brownian motion again: toward a unique solution friction collisions calculation set up calculation continued calculation concluded a unique probability distribution Summary Homework Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.

2009 7 8 8 . September 12.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday. continued Boltzmann Equation Scattering forward backward all together Symmetries detailed balance-local equilibrium conservation of particle number H-theorem sign of dissipation term dS/dt Homework Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.Part 5: Time Dependence.

September 12.Part 6: Bosons and Fermions Second Quantization Second Quantization vs Classical Quantum Description One Mode Independent Excitations Extreme limit for fermions Extreme limit for bosons Waves Waves= Special Bosons photons in cavity Conserved particles conserved fermions in a box conserved bosons in a box bose transition Dynamics fermions Boltzmann equation for fermions bosons References Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. 2009 9 9 .6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.

2009 10 10 . September 12.Part 7: More is the Same Issues Abstract phases of matter phase diagram water basic physics in phase transitions Gibbs deﬁnition. Ehrenfest classiﬁcation Magnetic Phase Diagram a qualitative change in Behavior from Gibbs to singularities Mean Field Theory more is the same for Ising model Mean Field Theory is Only Partially Right Calculate results simpliﬁed phase diagram Graph of Order Parameter behavior in neighborhood of critical point go after magnetization go after energy go after correlations critical opalescence basic equation correlation function susceptability Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.

continued Mean ﬁeld theory of ﬂuids from van der Waals to Weiss van der Waals’ ﬁrst effect van der Waals’ second effect Many Different Phase Transitions After van der Waals Landau Mean Field Theory order parameter generalized generalized mean ﬁeld scheme recent example why minimize very M to vary F h=0. no space variation jump like square root of Tc-T Summary order parameter and free energy were basic Look ahead: a worry Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1.Part 7: More is the Same. September 12. 2009 11 11 .6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.

. a worthwhile phenomenology The Wilson Revolution particle RG before Wilson the renormalization revolution crucial ideas for the revolution outcome of revolution conceptual advances Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. . 2009 12 12 .Part 8: Beyond Mean Field Theory: Less is the Same too Periodization Worries about Mean Field Theory ﬂuid experiment 1 ﬂuid experiment 2 earlier hints theoretical work universality turbulence more rumbles Next Steps toward the revolution additional phenomenology Block Spin less is the same renormalization for Ising model other renormalizations ﬁelds relevant. irrelevant.. September 12.6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.

6 9/12/09 Leo Kadanoff Saturday.Part 8: Beyond Mean .. 2009 13 13 .Virasoro algebra Friedan. Shenker correlation functions many exact calculations quantum gravity SLE Schramm critical shapes ensemble of critical shapes ensemble of critical shapes Summary References Perimeter Institute Lecture Notes on Statistical Physics part 0: Outline Version 1. September 12. Qiu. continued After the Revolution 2d XY model RG point of view is absorbed into particle physics Coulomb gas Feigenbaum and routes to chaos operator product expansion ﬁeld theory summary Conformal Field Theory Polyakov..

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