Transporttheorie
Transport Theory

Eine Vorlesung an der TU Dresden, Sommersemester 1997
Lectures at Dresden University of Technology, summer 1997

Abstract

Instructor
Jochen Rau
Audience
advanced physics students
Prerequisites
classical mechanics, quantum theory, statistical mechanics
Goal
to provide mathematical tools for the description of nonequilibrium phenomena
Keywords
probability theory; review of statistical mechanics; beyond equilibrium: the transition from microscopic dynamics to macroscopic transport; projection techniques, approximations; the importance of time scales; examples: Langevin-, Robertson-, rate-, quantum Boltzmann-equation
Length
14 lectures (a` 90 min.)
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