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Nonequilibrium Quantum Fields: From Cold Atoms to Cosmology

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Nonequilibrium Quantum Fields: From Cold Atoms to Cosmology
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 143

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Lecture notes. From the table of Contents: Introduction; Nonequilibrium quantum field theory; Thermalization; Classical aspects of nonequilibrium quantum fields; Nonequilibrium instabilities; Nonthermal fixed points and turbulence.

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