Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems

Proceedings of the XIV Sitges Conference Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 10–14 June 1996

  • Editors
  • Miguel Rubí
  • Conrado Pérez-Vicente
Conference proceedings

Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 492)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. K. Binder, J. Baschnagel, W. Kob, K. Okun, W. Paul, K. Vollmayr et al.
    Pages 22-43
  3. F J Bermejo, H E Fischer, M A Ramos, A de Andrés, J Dawidowski, R Fayos
    Pages 44-61
  4. H. Schober, B. Renker, R. Heid, F. Gompf, A. Tölle
    Pages 62-81
  5. F. Sciortino, S. H. Chen, P. Gallo, P. Tartaglia
    Pages 90-99
  6. Chandan Dasgupta, Oriol T. Valls
    Pages 100-110
  7. Giorgio Parisi
    Pages 111-121
  8. Th. M. Nieuwenhuizen
    Pages 139-149
  9. Reimer Kühn
    Pages 150-161
  10. Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Marc Mézard
    Pages 162-175
  11. Eugene M. Chudnovsky
    Pages 176-183
  12. Eric Vincent, Jacques Hammann, Miguel Ocio, Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Leticia F. Cugliandolo
    Pages 184-219
  13. Angelo Cacciuto, Enzo Marinari, Giorgio Parisi
    Pages 220-225
  14. Silvio Franz
    Pages 226-231
  15. Muriel Ney-Nifle
    Pages 232-240
  16. T. R. Kirkpatrick, D. Belitzi
    Pages 241-255
  17. Heiko Rieger, A. Peter Young
    Pages 256-265
  18. Reinhold Oppermann, Bernd Rosenow
    Pages 266-275
  19. David R. Nelson, Ady Stern
    Pages 276-297
  20. Uwe C. Täuber
    Pages 298-307
  21. P. Chandra, M. V. Feigelman, M. E. Gershenson, L. B. Ioffe
    Pages 376-384
  22. Mehran Kardar, Yacov Kantor
    Pages 385-392
  23. A. V. Dobrynin, S. Stepanow, T. A. Vilgis
    Pages 393-402
  24. Thomas A. Vilgis, Michael P. Solf
    Pages 403-413
  25. B. Martínez, X. Obradors, F. Sandiumenge, A. Labarta
    Pages 414-425
  26. L. Pietronero, R. Cafiero, A. Gabrielli
    Pages 426-437
  27. E. Lootens, C. Van den Broeck
    Pages 438-449
  28. P. L. Garrido, J. Marro, M. A. Muñoz
    Pages 450-462
  29. Back Matter

About these proceedings


For the first time this subject, including many systems of interest in Condensed Matter Physics, is treated in an unified way. Complexity emerges as one of the main ingredients dictating the collective behaviour of many systems. Glassy systems constitute one of the most interesting fields of Condensed Matter Physics for which also a considerable amount of experimental data and industial applications have been collected during the last twenty years. Systems exhibiting glassy behaviour are for example: real glasses, spin glasses, vortex flasses in superconductors, protein folding, etc. In this book the reader can see how the present theoretical understanding of these subjects is based on similar techniques and approaches hopefully allowing to develop a unifying structure that underlies the physical mechanism.


glass transition glasses glassy systems quantum mechanics spin glasses vortex glasses

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1997
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-63069-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-69123-5
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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