Field Theory of Non-Equilibrium Systems

@inproceedings{Kamenev2011FieldTO,
  title={Field Theory of Non-Equilibrium Systems},
  author={Alex Kamenev},
  year={2011}
}
1. Introduction 2. Bosons 3. Single particle quantum mechanics 4. Classical stochastic systems 5. Bosonic fields 6. Dynamics of collisionless plasma 7. Kinetics of Bose condensates 8. Dynamics of phase transitions 9. Fermions 10. Quantum transport 11. Disordered fermionic systems 12. Mesoscopic effects 13. Electron-electron interactions in disordered metals 14. Dynamics of disordered superconductors References Index. 
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