This book contains a modern selection of about 200 solved problems and examples arranged in a didactic way for hands-on experience
with course work in a standard advanced undergraduate/first-year graduate class in thermodynamics and statistical physics.
The principles of thermodynamics and equilibrium statistical physics are few and simple, but their application often proves
more involved than it may seem at first sight. This book is a comprehensive complement to any textbook in the field, emphasizing
the analogies between the different systems, and paves the way for an in-depth study of solid state physics, soft matter physics,
and field theory.