By A. A. Abrikosov (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, W. J. O’Sullivan, E. F. Hammel (eds.)
The thirteenth overseas convention on Low Temperature Physics, prepared via the nationwide Bureau of criteria, Los Alamos clinical Laboratory, and the collage of Colorado, was once held in Boulder, Colorado, August 21 to twenty-five, 1972, and was once subsidized through the nationwide technology beginning, the U. S. military place of work of clinical learn, the U. S. Atomic power fee, the U. S. army workplace of Naval learn, the overseas Institute of Refrigeration, and the Internation al Union of natural and utilized Physics. This overseas convention was once the most recent in a chain of biennial meetings on low temperature physics, the 1st of which was once held on the Massachusetts Institute of expertise in 1949. (For an entire checklist of past L T meetings see p. viii. lots of those earlier meetings were coordinated and backed by means of the fee on Very Low Temperatures of IUPAP. next LT meetings could be scheduled triennially starting in 1975. LT thirteen used to be attended by way of nearly 1015 contributors from twenty 5 nations. Eighteen plenary lectures and 550 contributed papers have been awarded on the convention. The convention all started with short introductory and alluring feedback by way of Dr. R. H. Kropschot on behalf of the Organizing Committee, Professor J. Bardeen on behalf of the fee on Very Low Temperatures of the IUP AP, and professional fessor O. V. Lounasmaa on behalf of the foreign Institute of Refrigeration. The 8th London Award used to be then provided through Professor E.
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Low Temperature Physics-LT 13: Volume 1: Quantum Fluids by A. A. Abrikosov (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, W. J. O’Sullivan, E. F. Hammel (eds.)