Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo
  • M. Ueda: "Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation of Laser-Cooled Neutral Atoms"
    in Exploring the Quantum/Classical Frontier:Recent Advances in Macroscopic Quantum phenomena, Edited by J. R. Friedman and S. Han, Nova Science, New York, pp. 337-360 (2003).

  • H. Saito, Y. Kawaguchi, and M. Ueda: Topological defect formation in spinor
    and dipolar Bose-Einstein, Electromagnetic, Magnetostatic, and Exchange-Interaction Vortices in Confined Magnetic Structures, Edited by E. O. Kamenetskii, Research Signpost Publisher, pp. 107-131 (2009).

  • M. Ueda: Fundamentals and New Frontiers of Bose-Einstein Condensation,
    World Scientific, Singapore (2010).
    “This book provides a wealth of valuable up-to-date information, much of it not heretofore available in one place, constituting a guide to research literature and recent developments in this area … It should benefit mainly postgraduate students with solid training in theoretical physics.”
    Mathematical Reviews
    “This volume is a precious jewel of scientific writing. Its facets are indeed masterly cut and polished. In combination with a superb up-to-date exposition of the field, the style stands out for being remarkably concise and crystal-clear, distinguished features which constitute the main strength of the book. The notation is kept elegant, consistent and neat throughout. A great deal of step-by-step derivations are provided, rendering the monograph suitable for both self-study and as a teaching guide complementary to a conventional textbook. Further, a rich variety of concepts and techniques are introduced, reflecting much of the common background among the practitioners of the filed. And on top of that, while requiring a working knowledge of quantum and statistical mechanics, the text is self-contained to a good extent. Ueda's book makes up a brilliant contribution which accomplishes its ambitious goal of offering a trip from the fundamentals to the frontiers of the field, making it a valuable reference for advanced graduate and postgraduate students as well as active researchers.”
    Contemporary Physics