Table of contents for The new physics for the twenty-first century / edited by Gordon Fraser.

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New Physics for the 21st Century
Edited by Gordon Fraser
* Introduction - Editor
Section 1 - Matter and the Universe
1 Cosmology - Wendy Freedman, Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, and Rocky Kolb,
Chicago/Fermilab
2 Gravity - Ronald Adler, Stanford
3 Astrophysics - Arnon Dar, Technion Haifa
4 Particles and the Standard Model - Chris Quigg, Fermilab
5 Superstrings - Michael Green, Cambridge
Section 2 - Quantum Matter
6 Atoms and Photons - Claude Cohen-Tannoudji and Jean Dalibard, ENS Paris.
7 The Quantum World of Ultra-Cold Atoms - Christopher Foot, Oxford, and William
Phillips, NIST.
8 Superfluidity - Henry Hall, Manchester
9 Quantum Phase Transitions - Subir Sachdev, Yale
Section 3 - Quanta in Action
10 Quantum Entanglement - Anton Zeilinger, Vienna.
11 Quanta, Ciphers and Computers - Artur Ekert, Cambridge and Singapore.
12 Small-Scale Structure and Nanoscience - Yoseph Imry, Weizmann Institute
Section 4 - Calculation and Computation
13 Nonlinearity - Henry Abarbanel, UC San Diego
14 Complexity - Antonio Politi, Florence
15 Collaborative Physics, e-science and the Grid - Tony Hey and Anne Trefethen,
Southampton
Section 5 - Science in Action
16 Biophysics - Cyrus Safinya, UC Santa Barbara
17 Medical Physics - Nicolaj Pavel, Humboldt, Berlin
18 Physics of Materials - Robert Cahn, Cambridge
19 Physics and Society - Ugo Amaldi, Milan-Bicocca and TERA Foundation

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Physics -- History -- 20th century.
Physics -- History -- 21st century.
Quantum theory.