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Polls, A. Rios, A. Ramos and H. The present volume contains most of the invited talks plus a selection of excellent poster presentations. This conference series is now firmly established as one of the premier series of international meetings in the field of Many-Body physics.
The first official RPMBT meeting was held in Trieste in , in response to several precursor meetings that accentuated the need for a continuing series. Calogero and C. Cioffi degli Atti in Rome. Additionally, there were two very significant workshops held in and at the University of Illinois, Urbana, with Vijay Pandharipande as the chief organizer. The quantum many-body community suffered a profound loss with Pandharipande's untimely death in early Highlights of past meetings can be found in earlier volumes of this series.
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