How can we compute the properties of an interacting system?

GholamHossein Bordbar

Physics Department, Shiraz University

Saturday, 10th of Aban 99, 16:00-17:00 pm

Venue: Google Meet

It is well known that the physical world consists of interacting many-particle systems. For an accurate description of these systems, it is required that we consider the inter-particle interactions in the Schrodinger equation. But by inclusion of inter-particle potentials, the direct solution of Schrodinger equation is impossible. Therefore, we need to use the approximate techniques for describing the interacting systems. In this talk, we intend to specify the many-particle problems in some physical systems, and present some many-particle techniques and their applications in various filed of physics such as astrophysics, condensed matter physics and nuclear physics.