Random physics

Alberto Verga, research notebook

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Classical and Quantum Chaos

Graduate course on classical chaos, plasmas, and quantum chaos. The approach is phenomenological, with a brief presentation of the theoretical concepts in parallel with computations (mostly numerical) of specific systems.

Statistical Physics

First master course on statistical mechanics.