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The approximate methods of renormalization for the investigation of phase transitions in degenerate states94were presented to the conference by Kadanoff and by Brezin. The nonequilibrium statistical methods were discussed by P r i g ~ g i n e followed ,~~ by Hohenberg who treated critical dynamics. nonequilibrium states. Suzuki talked about the theory of instability, with special regard to nonlinear Brownian motion and the formation of macroscopic order, and P. , an external perturbation, in an otherwise flat surface of sand) and broken symmetry defined as phenomena of condensed matter systems of the kind observed near the critical points.
Picasso: p. ” Societe’ Italiana di Fisica, Bologna, 1980. Jade Collaboration: Desy 8044, March 1980; Pluto Collaboration: Desy 80/01, January 1980. 74. T. D. Lee and C. N. Yang, Phys. , 104, 254 (1956). 75. C. S. Wu, E. Amber, R. W. Hayward, D. D. Hoppes, and R. P. Hudson, Phys. R e v . , 105, 1413 (1957); R. Garvin, L. Lederman, and M. Weinrich, Phys. , 105, 1415 (1957); J. I. Friedman and V. L. Telegdi, Phys. , 105, 1681 (1957); H. Frauenfelder, Phys. , 106, 386 (1957). 34 76. EDOARDO AMALDI B.
79The Conference was presided over by Christian Mgller who opened the meeting with a “Homage to Robert Oppenheimer,” who had died on 18 February of that year. Many speeches were of a theoretical nature: Diirr spoke on “Goldstone THE SOLVAY CONFERENCES IN PHYSICS 23 Theorem and Possible Applications to Elementary Particle Physics,” Haag on “Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Field Theory,” Kallen on “Different Approaches to Field Theory. 82At the time of the Solvay conference, however, the quark hypothesis was considered only as a convenient model.