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Raymond Bishop, received the Feenberg Memorial Medal in 2005 for development of the coupled cluster method. The series itself is universally recognised as being the premier series of meetings in this subject area. The work considered can be accumulative contributions sustained over time, or a single important contribution. The local expenses plus the conference registration fee will be paid for the awardee to the same extent as for other invited speakers. Bishop , Series on Advances in Quantum Many-Body Theory, Vol.

The procedure is illustrated by a calculation of the pair distribution function and zero-point energy of the hard sphere gas, for Bose and Fermi statistics. Quantum many-body theory as a discipline in its own right dates largely from the 1950's. We discuss the results with emphasis on the developments following the original implementations of the approaches. While he had a career-long interest in perturbation theory, he turned his primary focus to the theory of quantum fluids, most notably the helium liquids, toward the end of the 1950's, a subject to which he would contribute very importantly for the next two decades until his death in 1977. The Feenberg Medal is awarded for work that is firmly established and that can be demonstrated to have significantly advanced the field of many-body physics. Broadly speaking, there are two types of contributions to many-body theory.

First a succinct description of the diverse approaches is given. Much of Feenberg's early research was concerned with the theory of the nucleus, culminating in the publication of Shell Theory of the Nucleus by Princeton University Press in 1955. Brief Biography of Eugene Feenberg Photograph in the in Nucl. Kümmel's long and distinguished career as a leader in the field and as a mentor for younger generations. Further extensions are also discussed.

The field remains vibrant and active, vigorous and exciting. It has developed since then to its current position as one of the cornerstones of modern theoretical physics. The recipient of the award will be invited by the Conference organizers as an invited speaker. Past recipients have included Walter Kohn 1991 and Anthony J. The intention of the series has always been to cover in a broad and balanced fashion both the entire spectrum of theoretical tools developed to tackle the quantum many-body problem and their major fields of application. The original motivation and the historical evolution of the series of Workshops have been amply described in the preface to the first volume in the present series. After obtaining his Diploma degree in 1950 from Humboldt University in East Berlin, he received the Ph.

Poster sessions -- generally encouraged? Bishop, Tobias Brandes, Klaus A. Eric Suraud Chair, Feenberg Medal Selection Committee Announcement: Open Call for Nominations for the Hermann Kümmel Early Achievement Award We are pleased to invite you to nominate candidates for the. In the event that you wish to coordinate the nomination of a candidate with up to three other individuals, please ensure that one nominator is responsible for the final assembly of the entire recommendation package and for its electronic submission in pdf-format as a single file. Various significant applications from the past and present are described. Results are given for the systems H 2P, H+3 D3h 1A'1, H2 3Σ+u, linear equidistant H4 1Σ+g, and Be 1S. The Tutorial Days were very well attended and very well appreciated, with over 50 registrants.

The topics and lecturers were: Erkki Thuneberg , Frank Gasparini , Jordi Boronat and Gerardo Ortiz. Walet, and Yang Xian eds. His Tribute is included in the Conference Proceedings see below. An acknowledgement of receipt will be sent. It should be noted that Prof.

The Proceedings of the conference were published as: of the open-access ; and many of the presentations of the Invited Talks are also available. While quantum many-body theory was born largely out of quantum field theory in the 1950's, the two subjects thereafter have led rather separate lives. Award dates will be fixed by mutual agreement of the Selection Committee see below and the Advisory Committee. At the very least, registration fees for speakers should be waived, and local subsistence offered to those who need it. The present volume contains the proceedings of the Eleventh Workshop which took place in Qulu, Finland during the period 27 July - 1 August, 1987.

For more complex molecular systems the method may be competitive. Three well-known researchers and gifted teachers, Steve Girvin, Dirk Walecka, and Philippe Nozières introduced frontier fields of many-body physics to a large crowd of graduate students. It is noteworthy that Issue 1 of Volume 317 of the journal Nuclear Physics A, published on 2 April 1979, is an invited volume dedicated to the memory of Eugene Feenberg. Each member of the Selection Committee will serve no more than 2 consecutive terms. Bishop , Plenum, New York, 1988.

It is found that the agreement with experiment for this level is significantly improved when the model space is enlarged. The Workshops have traditionally sought to emphasise the unity of physics. Clark, entitled , which is included in the. Mazzanti , Series on Advances in Quantum Many-Body Theory, Vol. Today, quantum many-body theory stands as one of the three great pillars of modern theoretical physics, together with quantum field theory and statistical physics. The session was dedicated to Keith Brueckner, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, to celebrate his many contributions to many-body theory.

Ashcroft, to consider the latest developments of the then extremely rapidly growing field of high- T c superconductivity, after the discovery in the previous year of the ceramic cuprate superconductors by Karl Müller and Johannes Bednorz. The Proceedings of the conference were not published, but most of the presentations of the Invited Talks including the Feenberg and Kümmel Award lectures and the Sunday tutorials are available. Such systems themselves may be either highly simplified models, for which various exact results often play a key role, or more or less close representations of actual physical systems, for which extensive numerical computations are usually required. This letter should not be more than four pages in length. After an introduction by Ray Bishop, Hermann Kümmel spoke on A Biography of the Coupled Cluster Method. His thesis included the first statement and proof of the quantum optical theorem. Ciofi degli Atti in Rome.