Can anyone say concisely what the key mathematical subjects/techniques one must master for theoretical condensed matter physics are? (To be specific; things like Mesoscopic physics, Nanomagnetism, Semiconductor Physics, and then of course the low temperature stuff)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Also, in general what hands on skills/techniques would be handy in the lab? (e.g electronics machine shop stuff, equipment used, etc)

Also, is Mathematica used at all for numerical work in Condensed Matter?

Can someone suggest a good reference for going beyond a basic/intermediate use of mathematica for numerical work in physics.

Thanks

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# Condensed Matter; Mathematics/Experimental Skills Needed

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