Duplantier, Bertrand
Overview
Works:  71 works in 351 publications in 3 languages and 6,500 library holdings 

Genres:  Conference papers and proceedings History 
Roles:  Editor, Author, Other, htt, Opponent, Contributor, Interviewee 
Classifications:  QC173.5, 537.6226 
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Bertrand Duplantier
The quantum Hall effect : Poincaré Seminar 2004 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
13 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 616 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the third in a series of lectures of the S´ eminaire Poincar´ e,whichis directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed “Bourbaphi”, this Poincar´ e Seminar is held twice a year at the Institut Henri Poincar´ ein Paris,with contri tions prepared in advance. A particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. ThisvolumecontainsthesixthsuchSeminar,heldin2004.Itisdevotedtothe Quantum Hall E?ect. After a historical and general presentation by Nobel prize Klaus von Klitzing, discoverer of this e?ect, the volume proceeds with reviews on the mathematics and physics of both the integer and fractional case, and includes up to date presentations of the tunneling and metrology experiments related to the Quantum Hall E?ect. We hopethat the publicationof this serieswill servethe community of phy cists and mathematicians at professional or graduate student level. ´ We thank the Commissariat `al’Energie Atomique (Division des Sciences de laMati` ere),theCentreNationaldelaRechercheScienti?que(SciencesPhysiqueet Math´ ematiques), and the Daniel Iagolnitzer Foundation for sponsoring the Se nar. Special thanks are due to Chantal Delongeas for the preparation of the m uscript
13 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 616 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the third in a series of lectures of the S´ eminaire Poincar´ e,whichis directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed “Bourbaphi”, this Poincar´ e Seminar is held twice a year at the Institut Henri Poincar´ ein Paris,with contri tions prepared in advance. A particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. ThisvolumecontainsthesixthsuchSeminar,heldin2004.Itisdevotedtothe Quantum Hall E?ect. After a historical and general presentation by Nobel prize Klaus von Klitzing, discoverer of this e?ect, the volume proceeds with reviews on the mathematics and physics of both the integer and fractional case, and includes up to date presentations of the tunneling and metrology experiments related to the Quantum Hall E?ect. We hopethat the publicationof this serieswill servethe community of phy cists and mathematicians at professional or graduate student level. ´ We thank the Commissariat `al’Energie Atomique (Division des Sciences de laMati` ere),theCentreNationaldelaRechercheScienti?que(SciencesPhysiqueet Math´ ematiques), and the Daniel Iagolnitzer Foundation for sponsoring the Se nar. Special thanks are due to Chantal Delongeas for the preparation of the m uscript
Quantum decoherence : Poincaré Seminar 2005 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
28 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 579 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Poincaré Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincaré in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation. This volume is devoted to Quantum Decoherence. A broad perspective on the subject is provided by the contributions of W. H. Zurek, H. D. Zeh and E. Joos, together with clean uptodate presentations of the actual experiments on decoherence both in the mesoscopic systems of atomic physics, by J.M. Raimond and S. Haroche, and in the "quantronic" or condensed matter context, by D. Esteve et al. Further, the question of quantum codes and error corrections is discussed in the contribution of J. Kempe.
28 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 579 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Poincaré Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincaré in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation. This volume is devoted to Quantum Decoherence. A broad perspective on the subject is provided by the contributions of W. H. Zurek, H. D. Zeh and E. Joos, together with clean uptodate presentations of the actual experiments on decoherence both in the mesoscopic systems of atomic physics, by J.M. Raimond and S. Haroche, and in the "quantronic" or condensed matter context, by D. Esteve et al. Further, the question of quantum codes and error corrections is discussed in the contribution of J. Kempe.
Quantum spaces : Poincaré Seminar 2007 by
Vincent Rivasseau(
)
26 editions published in 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 517 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"The Poincare Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincare in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation." "This book starts with an introduction by V. Pasquier on the usefulness of noncommutative geometry, especially in the condensed matter context of the Hall effect. This theme is further developed by A. Polychronakos, who together with L. Susskind introduced the concept of noncommutative fluids." "JeanMichel Maillet compares the experimental results on one dimensional magnetic chains to the theoretical predictions based on the algebraic Bethe Ansatz and related to quantum group symmetries that he actively developed with many collaborators."Jacket
26 editions published in 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 517 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"The Poincare Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincare in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation." "This book starts with an introduction by V. Pasquier on the usefulness of noncommutative geometry, especially in the condensed matter context of the Hall effect. This theme is further developed by A. Polychronakos, who together with L. Susskind introduced the concept of noncommutative fluids." "JeanMichel Maillet compares the experimental results on one dimensional magnetic chains to the theoretical predictions based on the algebraic Bethe Ansatz and related to quantum group symmetries that he actively developed with many collaborators."Jacket
Time : Poincaré Seminar 2010 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
21 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and German and held by 511 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This eleventh volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series presents an interdisciplinary perspective on the concept of Time, which poses some of the most challenging questions in science. Five articles, written by the Fields medalist C. Villani, the two outstanding theoretical physicists T. Damour and C. Jarzynski, the leading experimentalist C. Salomon, and the famous philosopher of science H. Price, describe recent developments related to the mathematical, physical, experimental, and philosophical facets of this fascinating concept. These articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin 
21 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and German and held by 511 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This eleventh volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series presents an interdisciplinary perspective on the concept of Time, which poses some of the most challenging questions in science. Five articles, written by the Fields medalist C. Villani, the two outstanding theoretical physicists T. Damour and C. Jarzynski, the leading experimentalist C. Salomon, and the famous philosopher of science H. Price, describe recent developments related to the mathematical, physical, experimental, and philosophical facets of this fascinating concept. These articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin 
Glasses and Grains : Poincaré Seminar 2009 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
22 editions published between 2011 and 2013 in English and German and held by 502 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This tenth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series describes recent developments at one of the most challenging frontiers in statistical physics  the deeply related fields of glassy dynamics, especially near the glass transition, and of the statics and dynamics of granular systems. These fields are marked by a vigorous interchange between experiment, theory, and numerical studies, all of which are well represented by the leading experts who have contributed articles to this volume. These articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience.¡ Highlights include a Galilean dialogue on the mean field and competing theories of the glass transition, a wideranging survey of colloidal glasses, and experimental as well as theoretical treatments of the relatively new field of dense granular flows. This book should be of broad general interest to both physicists and mathematicians
22 editions published between 2011 and 2013 in English and German and held by 502 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This tenth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series describes recent developments at one of the most challenging frontiers in statistical physics  the deeply related fields of glassy dynamics, especially near the glass transition, and of the statics and dynamics of granular systems. These fields are marked by a vigorous interchange between experiment, theory, and numerical studies, all of which are well represented by the leading experts who have contributed articles to this volume. These articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience.¡ Highlights include a Galilean dialogue on the mean field and competing theories of the glass transition, a wideranging survey of colloidal glasses, and experimental as well as theoretical treatments of the relatively new field of dense granular flows. This book should be of broad general interest to both physicists and mathematicians
Gravitation and experiment : Poincaré Seminar 2006 by
Thibault Damour(
)
17 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 485 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This book starts with a detailed introduction to general relativity by world expert T. Damour. It includes a review of what may lie beyond by string theorist I. Antoniadis, and collects uptodate essays on the experimental tests of this theory."BOOK JACKET
17 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 485 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This book starts with a detailed introduction to general relativity by world expert T. Damour. It includes a review of what may lie beyond by string theorist I. Antoniadis, and collects uptodate essays on the experimental tests of this theory."BOOK JACKET
Chaos : Poincaré Seminar 2010 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
16 editions published in 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 481 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This twelfth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series presents a complete and interdisciplinary perspective on the concept of Chaos, both in classical mechanics in its deterministic version, and in quantum mechanics. This book expounds some of the most wide ranging questions in science, from uncovering the fingerprints of classical chaotic dynamics in quantum systems, to predicting the fate of our own planetary system
16 editions published in 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 481 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This twelfth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series presents a complete and interdisciplinary perspective on the concept of Chaos, both in classical mechanics in its deterministic version, and in quantum mechanics. This book expounds some of the most wide ranging questions in science, from uncovering the fingerprints of classical chaotic dynamics in quantum systems, to predicting the fate of our own planetary system
The spin : Poincaré Seminar 2007 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
16 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 469 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the eighth in a series of Proceedings for the Sþ eminaire Poincarþ e, which is directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed "Bourbaphy", this Poincarþ e SeminarisheldattheInstitutHenriPoincarþ einParis, withcontributionsprepared inadvance. Particularcareisdevotedtothepedagogicalnatureofthepresentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. This new volume of the Poincarþ e Seminar series "The Spin" corresponds to the eleventh such Seminar, held on December 8, 2007. It describes how this once mysterious quantum reality called spin has become ubiquitous in modern physics from the most theoretical aspects down to the most practical applications of miniaturizing electronic and computer devices or helping medical diagnosis
16 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 469 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the eighth in a series of Proceedings for the Sþ eminaire Poincarþ e, which is directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed "Bourbaphy", this Poincarþ e SeminarisheldattheInstitutHenriPoincarþ einParis, withcontributionsprepared inadvance. Particularcareisdevotedtothepedagogicalnatureofthepresentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. This new volume of the Poincarþ e Seminar series "The Spin" corresponds to the eleventh such Seminar, held on December 8, 2007. It describes how this once mysterious quantum reality called spin has become ubiquitous in modern physics from the most theoretical aspects down to the most practical applications of miniaturizing electronic and computer devices or helping medical diagnosis
Biological physics : Poincaré Seminar 2009 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
14 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 451 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This new volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series, describing recent developments at the interface between physics and biology, is directed towards a broad audience of physicists, biologists, and mathematicians. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, and particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentations. The first survey article, by JeanFrancois Joanny and Jacques Prost, describes the theoretical advances made in the study of "active gels", with applications to liquid crystals and cell motility. Jasper van der Gucht and Cécile Sykes then report on recent advances made with biomimetic model systems in the understanding of cytokinesis. The next article, by Jonathon Howard, presents several molecular models for motor proteins, which are compared with experimental results for kinesin. David Lacoste and Kirone Mallick then show theoretically that similar ratchet models of motor proteins naturally satisfy a fundamental timereversal symmetry, the GallavottiCohen fluctuation relation. JeanFrancois Allemand, David Bensimon and Vincent Croquette and their coauthors describe the latest advances made in the realtime single molecule study of the enzymes involved in DNA replication. Raymond E. Goldstein addresses the problem of understanding, from a physics perspective, the driving forces behind the biological evolution of multicellularity, using Volvocine algae as model organisms. Stanislas Dehaene finally addresses the major challenge of understanding the neuronal mechanism of consciousness, and speculates on the possible theoretical explanations of MRI experiments. Picture of the Poincaré Seminar 2009 Contributing authors: JeanFrançois Allemand, David Bensimon, Vincent Croquette, Stanislas Dehaene, Ding Fangyuan, Raymond E. Goldstein, Jonathon Howard, JeanFrançois Joanny, David Lacoste, Timothée Lionnet, Kirone Mallick, Maria Manosas, Élise Praly, Jacques Prost, Cécile Sykes, Jasper van der Gucht
14 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 451 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This new volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series, describing recent developments at the interface between physics and biology, is directed towards a broad audience of physicists, biologists, and mathematicians. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, and particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentations. The first survey article, by JeanFrancois Joanny and Jacques Prost, describes the theoretical advances made in the study of "active gels", with applications to liquid crystals and cell motility. Jasper van der Gucht and Cécile Sykes then report on recent advances made with biomimetic model systems in the understanding of cytokinesis. The next article, by Jonathon Howard, presents several molecular models for motor proteins, which are compared with experimental results for kinesin. David Lacoste and Kirone Mallick then show theoretically that similar ratchet models of motor proteins naturally satisfy a fundamental timereversal symmetry, the GallavottiCohen fluctuation relation. JeanFrancois Allemand, David Bensimon and Vincent Croquette and their coauthors describe the latest advances made in the realtime single molecule study of the enzymes involved in DNA replication. Raymond E. Goldstein addresses the problem of understanding, from a physics perspective, the driving forces behind the biological evolution of multicellularity, using Volvocine algae as model organisms. Stanislas Dehaene finally addresses the major challenge of understanding the neuronal mechanism of consciousness, and speculates on the possible theoretical explanations of MRI experiments. Picture of the Poincaré Seminar 2009 Contributing authors: JeanFrançois Allemand, David Bensimon, Vincent Croquette, Stanislas Dehaene, Ding Fangyuan, Raymond E. Goldstein, Jonathon Howard, JeanFrançois Joanny, David Lacoste, Timothée Lionnet, Kirone Mallick, Maria Manosas, Élise Praly, Jacques Prost, Cécile Sykes, Jasper van der Gucht
Henri Poincaré, 19122012 : Poincaré Seminar 2012 by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
21 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 425 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This thirteenth volume of the Poincaré Seminar Series, Henri Poincaré, 19122012, is published on the occasion of the centennial of the death of Henri Poincaré in 1912. It presents a scholarly approach to Poincaré's genius and creativity in mathematical physics and mathematics. Its five articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience. Highlights include "Poincaré's Light" by Olivier Darrigol, a leading historian of science, who uses light as a guiding thread through much of Poincaré 's physics and philosophy, from the application of his superior mathematical skills and the theory of diffraction to his subsequent reflections on the foundations of electromagnetism and the electrodynamics of moving bodies; the authoritative "Poincaré and the ThreeBody Problem" by Alain Chenciner, who offers an exquisitely detailed, hundredpage perspective, peppered with vivid excerpts from citations, on the monumental work of Poincaré on this subject, from the famous (King Oscar's) 1889 memoir to the foundations of the modern theory of chaos in "Les méthodes nouvelles de la mécanique céleste." A profoundly original and scholarly presentation of the work by Poincaré on probability theory is given by Laurent Mazliak in "Poincaré's Odds," from the incidental first appearance of the word "probability" in Poincaré's famous 1890 theorem of recurrence for dynamical systems, to his later acceptance of the unavoidability of probability calculus in Science, as developed to a great extent by Emile Borel, Poincaré's main direct disciple; the article by Francois Béguin, "Henri Poincaré and the Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces," takes us on a fascinating journey through the six successive versions in twentysix years of the celebrated uniformization theorem, which exemplifies the Master's distinctive signature in the foundational fusion of mathematics and physics, on which conformal field theory, string theory and quantum gravity so much depend nowadays; the final chapter, "Harmony and Chaos, On the Figure of Henri Poincaré" by the filmmaker Philippe Worms, describes the homonymous poetical film in which eminent scientists, through mathematical scenes and physical experiments, display their emotional relationship to the often elusive scientific truth and universal "harmony and chaos" in Poincaré's legacy. This book will be of broad general interest to physicists, mathematicians, philosophers of science and historians
21 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 425 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This thirteenth volume of the Poincaré Seminar Series, Henri Poincaré, 19122012, is published on the occasion of the centennial of the death of Henri Poincaré in 1912. It presents a scholarly approach to Poincaré's genius and creativity in mathematical physics and mathematics. Its five articles are also highly pedagogical, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience. Highlights include "Poincaré's Light" by Olivier Darrigol, a leading historian of science, who uses light as a guiding thread through much of Poincaré 's physics and philosophy, from the application of his superior mathematical skills and the theory of diffraction to his subsequent reflections on the foundations of electromagnetism and the electrodynamics of moving bodies; the authoritative "Poincaré and the ThreeBody Problem" by Alain Chenciner, who offers an exquisitely detailed, hundredpage perspective, peppered with vivid excerpts from citations, on the monumental work of Poincaré on this subject, from the famous (King Oscar's) 1889 memoir to the foundations of the modern theory of chaos in "Les méthodes nouvelles de la mécanique céleste." A profoundly original and scholarly presentation of the work by Poincaré on probability theory is given by Laurent Mazliak in "Poincaré's Odds," from the incidental first appearance of the word "probability" in Poincaré's famous 1890 theorem of recurrence for dynamical systems, to his later acceptance of the unavoidability of probability calculus in Science, as developed to a great extent by Emile Borel, Poincaré's main direct disciple; the article by Francois Béguin, "Henri Poincaré and the Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces," takes us on a fascinating journey through the six successive versions in twentysix years of the celebrated uniformization theorem, which exemplifies the Master's distinctive signature in the foundational fusion of mathematics and physics, on which conformal field theory, string theory and quantum gravity so much depend nowadays; the final chapter, "Harmony and Chaos, On the Figure of Henri Poincaré" by the filmmaker Philippe Worms, describes the homonymous poetical film in which eminent scientists, through mathematical scenes and physical experiments, display their emotional relationship to the often elusive scientific truth and universal "harmony and chaos" in Poincaré's legacy. This book will be of broad general interest to physicists, mathematicians, philosophers of science and historians
Niels Bohr, 19132013 : Poincare Seminar 2013 by
Olivier Darrigol(
)
15 editions published in 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 312 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This fourteenth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series is devoted to Niels Bohr, his foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory and their continuing importance today. This book contains the following chapters:  Tomas Bohr, Keeping Things Open;  Olivier Darrigol, Bohr's Trilogy of 1913; John Heilbron, The Mind that Created the Bohr Atom;  Serge Haroche & JeanMichel Raimond, Bohr's Legacy in Cavity QED;  Alain Aspect, From Einstein, Bohr, Schrödinger to Bell and Feynman: a New Quantum Revolution?;  Antoine Browaeys, Interacting Cold Rydberg Atoms: A Toy ManyBody System;  Michel Bitbol & Stefano Osnaghi, Bohr´s Complementarity and Kant´s Epistemology. Dating from their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience these seven chapters are of high educational value. This volume is of general interest to physicists, mathematicians and historians
15 editions published in 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 312 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This fourteenth volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series is devoted to Niels Bohr, his foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory and their continuing importance today. This book contains the following chapters:  Tomas Bohr, Keeping Things Open;  Olivier Darrigol, Bohr's Trilogy of 1913; John Heilbron, The Mind that Created the Bohr Atom;  Serge Haroche & JeanMichel Raimond, Bohr's Legacy in Cavity QED;  Alain Aspect, From Einstein, Bohr, Schrödinger to Bell and Feynman: a New Quantum Revolution?;  Antoine Browaeys, Interacting Cold Rydberg Atoms: A Toy ManyBody System;  Michel Bitbol & Stefano Osnaghi, Bohr´s Complementarity and Kant´s Epistemology. Dating from their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience these seven chapters are of high educational value. This volume is of general interest to physicists, mathematicians and historians
The H Boson by
C Bachas(
)
15 editions published in 2017 in English and German and held by 303 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This volume provides a detailed description of the seminal theoretical construction in 1964, independently by Robert Brout and Francois Englert, and by Peter W. Higgs, of a mechanism for shortrange fundamental interactions, now called the BroutEnglertHiggs (BEH) mechanism. It accounts for the nonzero mass of elementary particles and predicts the existence of a new particle  an elementary massive scalar boson. In addition to this the book describes the experimental discovery of this fundamental missing element in the Standard Model of particle physics. The H Boson, also called the Higgs Boson, was produced and detected in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of CERN near Geneva by two large experimental collaborations, ATLAS and CMS, which announced its discovery on the 4th of July 2012. This new volume of the Poincaré Seminar Series, The H Boson, corresponds to the nineteenth seminar, held on November 29, 2014, at Institut Henri Po incaré in Paris
15 editions published in 2017 in English and German and held by 303 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This volume provides a detailed description of the seminal theoretical construction in 1964, independently by Robert Brout and Francois Englert, and by Peter W. Higgs, of a mechanism for shortrange fundamental interactions, now called the BroutEnglertHiggs (BEH) mechanism. It accounts for the nonzero mass of elementary particles and predicts the existence of a new particle  an elementary massive scalar boson. In addition to this the book describes the experimental discovery of this fundamental missing element in the Standard Model of particle physics. The H Boson, also called the Higgs Boson, was produced and detected in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of CERN near Geneva by two large experimental collaborations, ATLAS and CMS, which announced its discovery on the 4th of July 2012. This new volume of the Poincaré Seminar Series, The H Boson, corresponds to the nineteenth seminar, held on November 29, 2014, at Institut Henri Po incaré in Paris
Dirac matter by
Séminaire Poincaré(
)
17 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in English and German and held by 302 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This fifteenth volume of the Poincare Seminar Series, Dirac Matter, describes the surprising resurgence, as a lowenergy effective theory of conducting electrons in many condensed matter systems, including graphene and topological insulators, of the famous equation originally invented by P.A.M. Dirac for relativistic quantum mechanics. In five highly pedagogical articles, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience, this book explains why Dirac matters. Highlights include the detailed "Graphene and Relativistic Quantum Physics", written by the experimental pioneer, Philip Kim, and devoted to graphene, a form of carbon crystallized in a twodimensional hexagonal lattice, from its discovery in 20042005 by the future Nobel prize winners Kostya Novoselov and Andre Geim to the socalled relativistic quantum Hall effect; the review entitled "Dirac Fermions in Condensed Matter and Beyond", written by two prominent theoreticians, Mark Goerbig and Gilles Montambaux, who consider many other materials than graphene, collectively known as "Dirac matter", and offer a thorough description of the merging transition of Dirac cones that occurs in the energy spectrum, in various experiments involving stretching of the microscopic hexagonal lattice; the third contribution, entitled "Quantum Transport in Graphene: Impurity Scattering as a Probe of the Dirac Spectrum", given by Hélène Bouchiat, a leading experimentalist in mesoscopic physics, with Sophie Guéron and Chuan Li, shows how measuring electrical transport, in particular magnetotransport in real graphene devices  contaminated by impurities and hence exhibiting a diffusive regime  allows one to deeply probe the Dirac nature of electrons. The last two contributions focus on topological insulators; in the authoritative "Experimental Signatures of Topological Insulators", Laurent Lévy reviews recent experimental progress in the physics of mercurytelluride samples under strain, which demonstrates that the surface of a threedimensional topological insulator hosts a twodimensional massless Dirac metal; the illuminating final contribution by David Carpentier, entitled "Topology of Bands in Solids: From Insulators to Dirac Matter", provides a geometric description of Bloch wave functions in terms of Berry phases and parallel transport, and of their topological classification in terms of invariants such as Chern numbers, and ends with a perspective on threedimensional semimetals as described by the Weyl equation. This book will be of broad general interest to physicists, mathematicians, and historians of science
17 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in English and German and held by 302 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This fifteenth volume of the Poincare Seminar Series, Dirac Matter, describes the surprising resurgence, as a lowenergy effective theory of conducting electrons in many condensed matter systems, including graphene and topological insulators, of the famous equation originally invented by P.A.M. Dirac for relativistic quantum mechanics. In five highly pedagogical articles, as befits their origin in lectures to a broad scientific audience, this book explains why Dirac matters. Highlights include the detailed "Graphene and Relativistic Quantum Physics", written by the experimental pioneer, Philip Kim, and devoted to graphene, a form of carbon crystallized in a twodimensional hexagonal lattice, from its discovery in 20042005 by the future Nobel prize winners Kostya Novoselov and Andre Geim to the socalled relativistic quantum Hall effect; the review entitled "Dirac Fermions in Condensed Matter and Beyond", written by two prominent theoreticians, Mark Goerbig and Gilles Montambaux, who consider many other materials than graphene, collectively known as "Dirac matter", and offer a thorough description of the merging transition of Dirac cones that occurs in the energy spectrum, in various experiments involving stretching of the microscopic hexagonal lattice; the third contribution, entitled "Quantum Transport in Graphene: Impurity Scattering as a Probe of the Dirac Spectrum", given by Hélène Bouchiat, a leading experimentalist in mesoscopic physics, with Sophie Guéron and Chuan Li, shows how measuring electrical transport, in particular magnetotransport in real graphene devices  contaminated by impurities and hence exhibiting a diffusive regime  allows one to deeply probe the Dirac nature of electrons. The last two contributions focus on topological insulators; in the authoritative "Experimental Signatures of Topological Insulators", Laurent Lévy reviews recent experimental progress in the physics of mercurytelluride samples under strain, which demonstrates that the surface of a threedimensional topological insulator hosts a twodimensional massless Dirac metal; the illuminating final contribution by David Carpentier, entitled "Topology of Bands in Solids: From Insulators to Dirac Matter", provides a geometric description of Bloch wave functions in terms of Berry phases and parallel transport, and of their topological classification in terms of invariants such as Chern numbers, and ends with a perspective on threedimensional semimetals as described by the Weyl equation. This book will be of broad general interest to physicists, mathematicians, and historians of science
Poincaré Seminar 2002 : vacuum energyrenormalization by Poincaré Seminar(
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)
6 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 122 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
6 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 122 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Poincare Seminar 2003 : BoseEinstein condensationentropy by Poincaré Seminar(
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3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 86 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 86 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Biological physics by
Bertrand Duplantier(
)
4 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This new volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series, describing recent developments at the interface between physics and biology, is directed towards a broad audience of physicists, biologists, and mathematicians. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, and particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentations. The first survey article, by JeanFrancois Joanny and Jacques Prost, describes the theoretical advances made in the study of "active gels", with applications to liquid crystals and cell motility. Jasper van der Gucht and Cécile Sykes then report on recent advances made with biomimetic model systems in the understanding of cytokinesis. The next article, by Jonathon Howard, presents several molecular models for motor proteins, which are compared with experimental results for kinesin. David Lacoste and Kirone Mallick then show theoretically that similar ratchet models of motor proteins naturally satisfy a fundamental timereversal symmetry, the GallavottiCohen fluctuation relation. JeanFrancois Allemand, David Bensimon and Vincent Croquette and their coauthors describe the latest advances made in the realtime single molecule study of the enzymes involved in DNA replication. Raymond E. Goldstein addresses the problem of understanding, from a physics perspective, the driving forces behind the biological evolution of multicellularity, using Volvocine algae as model organisms. Stanislas Dehaene finally addresses the major challenge of understanding the neuronal mechanism of consciousness, and speculates on the possible theoretical explanations of MRI experiments. Picture of the Poincaré Seminar 2009 Contributing authors: JeanFrançois Allemand, David Bensimon, Vincent Croquette, Stanislas Dehaene, Ding Fangyuan, Raymond E. Goldstein, Jonathon Howard, JeanFrançois Joanny, David Lacoste, Timothée Lionnet, Kirone Mallick, Maria Manosas, Élise Praly, Jacques Prost, Cécile Sykes, Jasper van der Gucht
4 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This new volume in the Poincaré Seminar Series, describing recent developments at the interface between physics and biology, is directed towards a broad audience of physicists, biologists, and mathematicians. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, and particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentations. The first survey article, by JeanFrancois Joanny and Jacques Prost, describes the theoretical advances made in the study of "active gels", with applications to liquid crystals and cell motility. Jasper van der Gucht and Cécile Sykes then report on recent advances made with biomimetic model systems in the understanding of cytokinesis. The next article, by Jonathon Howard, presents several molecular models for motor proteins, which are compared with experimental results for kinesin. David Lacoste and Kirone Mallick then show theoretically that similar ratchet models of motor proteins naturally satisfy a fundamental timereversal symmetry, the GallavottiCohen fluctuation relation. JeanFrancois Allemand, David Bensimon and Vincent Croquette and their coauthors describe the latest advances made in the realtime single molecule study of the enzymes involved in DNA replication. Raymond E. Goldstein addresses the problem of understanding, from a physics perspective, the driving forces behind the biological evolution of multicellularity, using Volvocine algae as model organisms. Stanislas Dehaene finally addresses the major challenge of understanding the neuronal mechanism of consciousness, and speculates on the possible theoretical explanations of MRI experiments. Picture of the Poincaré Seminar 2009 Contributing authors: JeanFrançois Allemand, David Bensimon, Vincent Croquette, Stanislas Dehaene, Ding Fangyuan, Raymond E. Goldstein, Jonathon Howard, JeanFrançois Joanny, David Lacoste, Timothée Lionnet, Kirone Mallick, Maria Manosas, Élise Praly, Jacques Prost, Cécile Sykes, Jasper van der Gucht
Einstein, 19052005 : Poincaré Seminar 2005 by
Thibault Damour(
)
13 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and German and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Poincaré Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincaré in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation. This volume is devoted to Einstein's 1905 papers and their legacy. After a presentation of Einstein's epistemological approach to physics, and the genesis of special relativity, a centenary perspective is offered. The geometry of relativistic spacetime is explained in detail. Single photon experiments are presented, as a spectacular realization of Einstein's light quanta hypothesis. A previously unpublished lecture by Einstein, which presents an illuminating point of view on statistical physics in 1910, at the dawn of quantum mechanics, is reproduced. The volume ends with an essay on the historical, physical and mathematical aspects of Brownian motion. Contributing authors: Jacques Bros Thibault Damour Olivier Darrigol Bertrand Duplantier Albert Einstein Philippe Grangier Ugo Moschella Clifford M. Will Additional information (e.g. color versions of pictures) can be found at www.birkhauser.ch/3764374357
13 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and German and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Poincaré Seminar is held twice a year at the Institute Henri Poincaré in Paris. The goal of this seminar is to provide uptodate information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental results are covered, with some historical background. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentation. This volume is devoted to Einstein's 1905 papers and their legacy. After a presentation of Einstein's epistemological approach to physics, and the genesis of special relativity, a centenary perspective is offered. The geometry of relativistic spacetime is explained in detail. Single photon experiments are presented, as a spectacular realization of Einstein's light quanta hypothesis. A previously unpublished lecture by Einstein, which presents an illuminating point of view on statistical physics in 1910, at the dawn of quantum mechanics, is reproduced. The volume ends with an essay on the historical, physical and mathematical aspects of Brownian motion. Contributing authors: Jacques Bros Thibault Damour Olivier Darrigol Bertrand Duplantier Albert Einstein Philippe Grangier Ugo Moschella Clifford M. Will Additional information (e.g. color versions of pictures) can be found at www.birkhauser.ch/3764374357
Transnationale Karrieren Biografien, Lebensführung und Mobilität by
Florian Kreutzer(
)
1 edition published in 2006 in German and held by 37 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
1 edition published in 2006 in German and held by 37 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Aspects de la physique en 2005 : Einstein 19052005(
Book
)
2 editions published in 2005 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
2 editions published in 2005 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Spin : Poincaré Seminar 2007 by
Anne Boutet de MonvelBerthier(
)
2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the eighth in a series of Proceedings for the S´ eminaire Poincar´ e, which is directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed "Bourbaphy", this Poincar´ e SeminarisheldattheInstitutHenriPoincar´ einParis,withcontributionsprepared inadvance.Particularcareisdevotedtothepedagogicalnatureofthepresentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. This new volume of the Poincar´ e Seminar series "The Spin" corresponds to the eleventh such Seminar, held on December 8, 2007. It describes how this once mysterious quantum reality called spin has become ubiquitous in modern physics from the most theoretical aspects down to the most practical applications of miniaturizing electronic and computer devices or helping medical diagnosis
2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the eighth in a series of Proceedings for the S´ eminaire Poincar´ e, which is directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up to date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed "Bourbaphy", this Poincar´ e SeminarisheldattheInstitutHenriPoincar´ einParis,withcontributionsprepared inadvance.Particularcareisdevotedtothepedagogicalnatureofthepresentation so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. This new volume of the Poincar´ e Seminar series "The Spin" corresponds to the eleventh such Seminar, held on December 8, 2007. It describes how this once mysterious quantum reality called spin has become ubiquitous in modern physics from the most theoretical aspects down to the most practical applications of miniaturizing electronic and computer devices or helping medical diagnosis
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