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Master in Theoretical and Computational Physics [+]
- Introduction to quantum theory of identical particle systems
- Special Mathematics Chapters
- Introduction to physics of mesoscopic systems
- Linear response phenomena
- Transport phenomena in disordered materials
- Information and quantum communication
- Methods of simulation in theoretical physics
- Nonlinear dynamics, chaos, complex systems physics
- The theory of collisions
- Quantum electrodynamics
- The theory of intense laser interaction with atomic and nuclear systems
- Theory of groups with applications in quantum mechanics
- Computational methods in the theory of electronic structure of materials
- Hadronic matter theory under extreme conditions and plasma quarks and gluons... [-]