This book covers a tremendous amount of material regarding the analysis of strongly correlated systems. It is concerned primarily with theoretical methods for describing transport properties in novel materials emerging from macroscopic quantum behaviors. It is intended for graduate students, postdocs and faculty who are interested in acquiring the broad background knowledge needed to become successful researchers in this area. Readers will also have the opportunity to learn about computational materials science. The book covers density functional theory, projection operator method, dynamical mean-field theory and functional renormalization group at a very basic level, but it moves quickly to non-trivial topics.

Review by Christian Brosseau, a professor of physics in the physics department at the Université de Bretagne Occidentale in Brest, France, and an OSA Fellow.

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