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Fri Mar 21 17:16:35 2014 UTClccn-n831306930.00Selected Papers of J. Robert Schrieffer In Celebration of his 70th Birthday. World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics, Volume 300.701.0050 years of BCS theory91461687John_Robert_Schrieffern 83130693963900Schrieffer, Bob 1931-Schrieffer, J. R.Schrieffer, J. R. 1931-Schrieffer, J. Robert.Schrieffer, J. Robert 1931-Schrieffer, J. Robert (John Robert), 1931-Schrieffer, John Robert, 1931-Schrieffer, Robert, 1931-Šriffer, Dž.シュリーファー, J. Rlccn-n85807857Gorʹkov, L. P.(Lev Petrovich)edtlccn-n2002162741Bonesteel, N. E.edtlccn-n79145388Società italiana di fisicaothedtlccn-n78002067Broglia, R. A.edtlccn-n94018258Bortignon, P. F.edtlccn-no99026616Chiofalo, M. L.(Maria Luisa)edtlccn-no99026615Iadonisi, G.(Giuseppe)edtlccn-n96024988Fisk, Zacharyviaf-24923586Brooks, James S.edtlccn-nb2002007194Bardeen, John1908-Schrieffer, J. R.(John Robert)1931-Conference proceedingsSuperconductivityHigh temperature superconductivityPhysicsUnited StatesPhysicistsSchrieffer, J. R.--(John Robert),Many-body problemSolid state physicsMetal crystalsHubbard modelFermi surfacesMetalsFerromagnetismCrystallographyMagnetic fieldsQuantum Hall effectSuperfluidityNuclear magnetismCondensed matterOptical materialsMagnetismCooper, Leon NBardeen, JohnSuperconductorsMagnetic resonanceRhoads, Jonathan ERegan, Donald TDavies, Robert E.,SportsAnnenberg, Walter H.,Chance, BrittonStudentsNobel PrizesNkrumah, Kwame,Anderson, P. W.--(Philip W.),Princeton UniversityBroken symmetry (Physics)Wolfgang, Marvin E.--(Marvin Eugene),Eiseley, Loren C.,Schrödinger, Erwin,Heisenberg, Werner,Stassen, Harold E.--(Harold Edward),Shockley, William,Whitman, Walt,Harvard UniversityKlein, Lawrence R.--(Lawrence Robert),Kondo effectToynbee, Arnold,Spin glassesRusk, Dean,193119531957196019611962196419691970197219731981198319881989199219931994199519961997199819992002200320072010251352153537.623QC612.S8ocn470886741ocn815751542ocn781001993ocn799992751ocn440094583ocn468104502ocn467935930ocn46941325792049ocn000536593book19570.66Schrieffer, J. RTheory of superconductivity+-+557657382547116ocn184984709file20070.73Schrieffer, J. RHandbook of high-temperature superconductivity theory and experimentSince the 1980s, a general theme in the study of high-temperature superconductors has been to test the BCS theory and its predictions against new data. This book provides a global view of high-temperature superconductivity covering the materials, the relationships with heavy-fermion and organic systems, and the formidable challenges that remain+-+862508238519112ocn018815224book19880.92International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi"Frontiers and borderlines in many-particle physics : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 7-17 July 1987Conference proceedings1272ocn030029630book19940.95International school of physics "Enrico Fermi"Perspectives in many-particle physics : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 7-17 July 1992Conference proceedings1053ocn041154569book19980.95International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi"Models and phenomenology for conventional and high-temperature superconductivity : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 24 June-4 July 1997Conference proceedings661ocn000246409book19690.95Schrieffer, J. RElectronic structure of impurities in metals501ocn041712070book19990.93Proceedings of the Physical Phenomena at High Magnetic Fields-III : Tallahassee, Florida, 24-27 October 1998Conference proceedings+-+0101875634218ocn854973903book20020.50Schrieffer, J. RSelected papers of J. Robert Schrieffer in celebration of his 70th birthdayThis invaluable book is a selection of papers by theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate J Robert Schrieffer. In addition to his Nobel Prize-winning work in superconductivity, Prof Schrieffer has made significant contributions to a wide variety of topics in condensed matter physics. These include the theory of soliton excitations in polyacetylene (a clear example of spin-charge separation in a condensed matter system), paramagnon theory, magnetic impurities, the physics of surfaces, high-T c superconductivity, and the fractional quantum Hall effect. The papers are reviewed and placed in contex+-+0425387634153ocn609323397file19620.94Schrieffer, J. RMany-body theory145ocn069432060book19940.53Perspectives in many-particle physics = Prospettive nella fisica di molte particelle102ocn863822158file19970.47Iadonisi, GModels and Phenomenology for Conventional and High-Temperature SuperconductivityThe search for microscopic models to explain the many superconducting substances has introduced seminal concepts and techniques in many-body physics and in statistical mechanics. The complexity of the high-temperature superconductors has required a remarkable refinement of experimental techniques in order to allow a reliable characterization of the samples, and is partly the reason why so many different microscopic models have so far been proposed. This Enrico Fermi Course on Superconductivity was provided an up-to date presentation of selected experimental and theoretical theories on the (so91ocn861200295file19980.47International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi"Models and phenomenology for conventional and high-temperature superconductivity : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 24 June-4 July 1997Conference proceedings84ocn013137245book19570.95Bardeen, JohnTheory of superconductivity51ocn030777183book19940.92International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi."Perspectives in many-particle physics : proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi", course 121Conference proceedings42ocn682410585com19690.96Schrieffer, J. RElectronic structure of impurities in metals, part I. Relations between ferromagnetism and superconductivity, part II an introduction to some recent developments. A series of lectures41ocn015595823book19690.97Schrieffer, J. RA series of lectures32ocn743338754book20100.47Schrieffer, J. RShurīfā chōdendō no riron31ocn815751542com2002Selected Papers of J. Robert Schrieffer In Celebration of his 70th Birthday. World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics, Volume 30A selection of papers by theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate J. Robert Schrieffer. In addition to his Nobel Prize-winning work in superconductivity, Professor Schrieffer has made significant contributions to a wide variety of topics in condensed matter physics. These include the theory of soliton excitations in polyacetylene (a clear example of spin-charge separation in a condensed matter system), paramagnon theory, magnetic impurities, the physics of surfaces, high-Tc superconductivity, and the fractional quantum Hall effect. The papers are reviewed and placed in context by experts. The guest contributors are A. Alexandrov, T. Einstein, S. Kivelson, D. Scalapino, F. Wilczek, J.W. Wilkins and S.C. Zhang21ocn283299705book19920.92International School of Physics "Enrici Fermi"=Perspectives in many-particle physics : proceedings of the intenational school of phsics "Enrico Fermi", Course CXXI:varenna on lake como Villa Monastero 7-17 July 1992=Prospettive nella fisica di molte particelle:rendiconti della scuola internazionale di fisica "Enrico Fermi" CXXI Corso:Varenna sul lago di como, Villa Monastero 7-17 Luglio 1992Conference proceedings21ocn441668664book1970Schrieffer, J. RTeorija sverhprovodimosti4493ocn824698156file20020.50Schrieffer, J. RSelected papers of J. Robert Schrieffer in celebration of his 70th birthdayThis invaluable book is a selection of papers by theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate J Robert Schrieffer. In addition to his Nobel Prize-winning work in superconductivity, Prof Schrieffer has made significant contributions to a wide variety of topics in condensed matter physics. These include the theory of soliton excitations in polyacetylene (a clear example of spin-charge separation in a condensed matter system), paramagnon theory, magnetic impurities, the physics of surfaces, high-T c superconductivity, and the fractional quantum Hall effect. The papers are reviewed and placed in contex+-+042538763422ocn726938673com20101.0050 years of BCS theoryConference proceedings12ocn145429663mix1.00University of PennsylvaniaThere is information on the University's relationship with outside organizations and its alumni throughout the United States. External organizations associated with the University include hundreds of national, international and local institutions, as well as relevant Pennsylvania State and Federal agencies. Alumni records document class reunions and activities held by alumni in all major cities for fund-raising or other purposes11ocn079356868mix1972Sveriges radio aktiebolagNobel prize in physicsInformal interviews, made for Swedish television, with the three recipients of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1972: John Bardeen, Leon Cooper, and J. Robert Schrieffer. The film shows each of them in their home setting and then meeting together at the University of Illinois where they discuss their collaboration which resulted in the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer Theory of Superconductivity. They describe the development of the theory in 1956, the benefits and future uses they foresee, Bardeen's mentoring influence on the project, and their reactions to winning the Nobel Prize11ocn079789793visuAnderson, P. WOral history interview with P. W. Anderson(Tape 3) Anderson Higgs mechanism; Anisotropic pairing in He-3; Anderson Morel paper; general concept of broken symmetry; Nambu "Quasidegeneracy;" Cambridge and the Josephson Effect; more on superconductivity; work with McMillan, Scalapino and Schrieffer; local moments and the Anderson Model; (Tape 4) local moments and the sign of the magnetic interaction; realization of the link between the Kondo and Anderson models; resonances in transition metals; Bernd Matthias recollections; Anderson-Yuval solution to the Kondo problem; thoughts on early work on spin glasses; reminiscences of Sam Edwards11ocn084447580mix1981Wigner, Eugene PaulOral history interview with Eugene Paul WignerHistoryScientific background in solid state physics; early work in group theory; work in solid state with Frederick Seitz. His contemporaries; John Bardeen. Stored energy problem; war work on the nuclear reactor. Teaching career. Also prominently mentioned are: Felix Bloch, David Bohm, Milton Burton, Leon Cooper, Karl Kelchner Darrow, James Franck, Werner Heisenberg, Conyers Herring, John Robert Schrieffer, Erwin Schrödinger, I. Schur, John Clarke Slater, Roman Smoluchowski, Leo Szilard, Weissenberg; Argonne National Laboratory, Physical Review, Princeton University, and University of Chicago Metallurgical Laboratory+-+8625082385+-+8625082385Fri Mar 21 15:42:13 EDT 2014batch20027