Covers the State of the Art in Superfluidity and SuperconductivitySuperfluid States of Matter addresses the phenomenon of superfluidity/superconductivity through an emergent, topologically protected constant of motion and covers topics developed over the past 20 years. The approach is based on the idea of separating universal classical-field superf

part 1|2 pages

Part I: Superfluidity from a Classical-Field Perspective

chapter 1|44 pages

Neutral Matter Field

chapter 3|18 pages

Superfluid Phase Transition

part 2|2 pages

Part II: Superconducting and Multicomponent Systems

part 3|2 pages

Part III: Quantum-Mechanical Aspects: Macrodynamics

chapter 7|36 pages

Quantum-Field Perspective

chapter 8|22 pages

Path Integral Representation

chapter 9|56 pages

Supersolids and Insulators

chapter 10|50 pages

Dynamics of Vortices and Phonons: Turbulence

part 4|4 pages

Part IV: Weakly Interacting Gases

part 5|2 pages

Part V: Historical Overview: Nature and Laboratory

chapter 14|46 pages

Historical Overview