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The exhaustive list of topics in Statistical Physics in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical interacting systems:
    • Non-ideal gas, virial expansion, van der Waals theory
    • Classical liquids and solids, density functional theory
    • Classical spin systems, exact solutions, high and low-temperature expansions
  • Equilibrium statistical mechanics of interacting quantum systems:
    • Interacting Fermi systems, Hartree-Fock theory, perturbation theory, Fermi liquid theory
    • Interacting Bose systems, Bose-Einstein condensation, Bogoliubov theory of weakly interacting Bose gas
  • Phase transitions and critical phenomena:
    • Systems and phenomena, spontaneous symmetry breaking
    • Mean-field theory, Ginzburg-Landau theory
    • Critical phenomena, scaling and universality
    • Renormalization group theory
  • Numerical methods: Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics and Langevin simulations.
  • Statistical mechanics of time-dependent phenomena:
    • Response and correlation functions, transport coefficients, linear response theory
    • Langevin and Fokker-Planck equations, fluctuating hydrodynamics, nonequilibrium phenomena

Our areas of expertise:

  • Equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical interacting systems:
    • Non-ideal gas, virial expansion, van der Waals theory
    • Classical liquids and solids, density functional theory
    • Classical spin systems, exact solutions, high and low-temperature expansions
  • Equilibrium statistical mechanics of interacting quantum systems:
    • Interacting Fermi systems, Hartree-Fock theory, perturbation theory, Fermi liquid theory
    • Interacting Bose systems, Bose-Einstein condensation, Bogoliubov theory of weakly interacting Bose gas
  • Phase transitions and critical phenomena:
    • Systems and phenomena, spontaneous symmetry breaking
    • Mean-field theory, Ginzburg-Landau theory
    • Critical phenomena, scaling and universality
    • Renormalization group theory
  • Numerical methods: Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics and Langevin simulations.
  • Statistical mechanics of time-dependent phenomena:
    • Response and correlation functions, transport coefficients, linear response theory
    • Langevin and Fokker-Planck equations, fluctuating hydrodynamics, nonequilibrium phenomena