Field Theories of Condensed Matter Physics

@inproceedings{Fradkin2010FieldTO,
  title={Field Theories of Condensed Matter Physics},
  author={Eduardo Fradkin},
  year={2010}
}
1. Introduction 2. The Hubbard model 3. The magnetic instability of the Fermi system 4. The renormalization group and scaling 5. One-dimensional quantum antiferromagnets 6. The Luttinger liquid 7. Sigma models and topological terms 8. Spin liquid states 9. Gauge theory, dimer models, and topological phases 10. Chiral spin states and anyons 11. Anyon superconductivity 12. Topology and quantum Hall effect 13. The fractional quantum Hall effect 14. Topological fluids 15. Physics at the edge 16… 
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