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12. G. Gioia and M. Ortiz. Adv. Appl. Mech. 33, 119 (1997). 13. B. Audoly. Stability of straight delamination blisters. To appear in Phys. Rev. Lett, 1999. Q U A N T U M CHAOS DOMINIQUE DELANDE Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel Chaos is a well defined concept for classical systems. In these lectures, I study the manifestations of chaos for microscopic objects, for which a quantum description must be used. Various examples, mainly but not exclusively coming from atomic physics, are used to illustrate our current understanding of the problem.

Deformations des coques elastiques, C. R. Acad. Sc, Sene lib, t. 324, 411 (1997). 6. M. Ben Amar and Y. Pomeau. Crumpled paper, Proc. Roy. Soc. Lon­ don, A 453, 1 (1997). A. Foppl. Vorlesungen uber technische Mechanik, Bd. 5, p. 132 et sq. Leipzig (1907). 7. D. M. Lifshitz. Thiorie de VElasticity, Editions Mir, Moscou (1967). 8. V. Pogorelov. Bendings of Surfaces and Stability of Shells, American Mathematical Society, Providence (1988). 9. D. Nir. Stress relief forms of diamond-like carbon thin films under inter­ nal compressive stress.

Indeed, currently available computers make it possible to numerically compute properties of complex systems described by simple Hamiltonians. During the last fifteen years, the constant interaction between the experimental results and the numerical simulations led to major advances in the field of quantum chaos. Depending on the energy scale involved, different parts of the atomic dy­ namics are relevant. At "large" energy - of the order of leV - it is the internal dynamics of the atomic electrons (their motion around the nucleus) which may be chaotic.

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