PHYS 554 - Nonequilibrium Stat Mechanics
Last offered Fall 2015
Mathematical description of classical and quantum stochastic systems, thoroughly addressing the tools and the mode of thinking of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. Equilibrium statistical mechanics (review); Einstein and Smoluchowski diffusion equation; generalized moment expansion of correlation functions; noise-induced limit cycles; time series analysis; diffusion-controlled reactions; classical dynamics under the influence of stochastic forces; observables connected with Brownian transport, echoes, and hysteresis; spin-boson model. Examples from biological physics and theoretical condensed matter physics. Course Information: Prerequisite: PHYS 504.
|Nonequilibrium Stat Mechanics||A||54275||LEC||4||1400 - 1520||T R||136 Loomis Laboratory||Klaus J Schulten|