No-nonsense Physicist: An Overview of Gabriele Giuliani's Work and Life
Marco Polini, Giovanni Vignale, Vittorio Pellegrini, Jainendra K. Jain
Springer, Jun 30, 2016 - Science - 100 pages
This book presents a compact personal biography and a collection of works by Gabriele F. Giuliani - a distinguished condensed matter theorist who made important contributions to our understanding of collective effects in electronic materials. In 2012 he passed away after a long battle with cancer. In addition, the book features scientific contributions from some of Prof. Giuliani's former students and collaborators and a number of personal recollections by friends and colleagues which shed light on the complex, multifaceted personality of a physicist who was also a passionate soccer player and formula Ford pilot.
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2DEG A. W. Overhauser amplitude approximation band calculated charge chiral corresponding decay rate defined density dielectric doped effective mass elec electron liquid electron-electron electron-hole Equation evaluated excitation exciton expression Fermi energy Fermi liquid ferromagnetic Figure finite fluctuations flux frequency Friedel oscillations G. F. GIULIANI given graphene Hall conductance Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock hole I-V curve infinitesimally polarized instability J. J. Quinn Josephson junction Josephson phase Landau level layers Lett magnetic field many-body local fields miniband modes momentum monolayer MoS2 obtained optical orbit parameters particle perturbation Phys Physics plasma plasmon polariton potential present Purdue quantized quantum quasiparticle quasiparticle energy Rashba regime response functions screening self-energy single-particle ſº spectrum spin susceptibility spin-orbit coupling spin-orbit interaction subband superlattice surface symmetry theory tion tron two-dimensional electron gas unpolarized vertex corrections Vignale wave vector Yarlagadda zero