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Some recent results in calculating the Casimir energy at zero and finite temperature

@inproceedings{Nesterenko2002SomeRR,
  title={Some recent results in calculating the Casimir energy at zero and finite temperature},
  author={V. V. Nesterenko},
  year={2002}
}
The survey summarizes briefly the results obtained recently in the Casimir effect studies considering the following subjects: i) account of the material characteristics of the media and their influence on the vacuum energy (for example, dilute dielectric ball); ii) application of the spectral geometry methods for investigating the vacuum energy of quantized fields with the goal to gain some insight, specif-ically, in the geometrical origin of the divergences that enter the vacuum energy and to… 

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