Physics Quantum_Mechanics/Quantum_Field_Theory

  • Algebraic Quantum Field Theory Homepage - A collection of resources for algebraic quantum field theory
  • The Casimir Effect - What is the Casimir Effect? From the Usenet FAQ.
  • Casimir Effect: Physical Manifestations of Zero-Point Energy - Zero-point fluctuations in quantum fields give rise to observable forces between material bodies, the so-called Casimir forces.These lectures present the theory of the Casimir effect, primarily formulated in terms of Green's functions.
  • Chern-Simons Theory - A brief review on the progress made in the study of Chern-Simons gauge theory since its relation to knot theory was discovered ten years ago is presented.
  • Eurotraps - A European experiment intended to test the theory of quantum electrodynamics to extremely high accuracy.
  • Evolution of the Bogoluibov Renormalization Group - A simple introduction into the renormalization group (RG) in quantum field theory and an overview of the renormalization group method. The third section is devoted to essential topics of the renorm-group use in the QFT.
  • Feynman Diagrams - A summary of the rules governing the creation of Feynman diagrams.
  • Goldstone Bosons - These notes review the effective lagrangian treatment of Goldstone and pseudo-Goldstone bosons, taking examples from high-energy/nuclear and condensed-matter physics.
  • InterStellar Technologies Corporation - InterStellar Technologies is engaged in the research and development of technologies with applications to energy production and propulsion.
  • Introduction to Gauge Theories - These lectures present an elementary introduction to quantum gauge fields.
  • An Introduction to Pomerons - Talk given at Workshop on Diffractive Physics
  • Introduction to Seiberg-Witten Theory - An elementary introduction to the recent solution of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory. In addition, review of how it can be re-derived from string duality.
  • Light Front Dynamics - A modest attempt to provide resources on light-front dynamics and applications to field theories.
  • New Developments in the Casimir Effect - A review of both new experimental and theoretical developments in the Casimir effect. [Postscript & PDF format]
  • Noether's Theorem in a Nutshell - An overview of Noether's theorem
  • Notes on Seiberg-Witten Gauge Theory - These notes provide an introductory exposition of the Seiberg-Witten gauge theory.
  • Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime - These postscript lectures deal with selected aspects of quantum field theory in curved spacetime
  • Quantum Fields LLC Research & Development - Research and Development in Vacuum Fluctuations, Casimir Forces and EPR Entangled States
  • Quantum Fields Near Black Holes - This review gives an introduction into problems, concepts and techniques when quantizing matter fields near black holes. The first part focusses on quantum fields in general curved space-times. The second part is devoted to a detailed treatment of the Unruh effect in uniformly accelerated frames and the Hawking radiation of black holes
  • Renormalization Made Easy - A non-technical introduction to the renormalization of quantum field theories.
  • The search for a quantum field theory - Investigations undertaken to build a consistent quantum theory of fields
  • A Short Introduction to Non-Relativistic Effective Field Theories - A discussion of effective field theories for heavy bound systems, particularly bound systems involving two heavy quarks.
  • Some Articles of Proceedings of International Colloquium on Moden Quantum Field Theory, 1994, TIFR - Copies of these articles in TeX and postscript formats.
  • The State of Matrix Theory - A set of lecture notes with RealPlayer audio on Matrix Theory
  • Technicolor 2000 - This review is based on lectures on technicolor and extended technicolor presented at the Frascati Spring School in May 2000
  • Topics in Nonequilibrium Field Theory - Nonequilibrium field theory covers a variety of topics such as transport theory of quantum fields, nonequilibrium phase transitions, the nucleation and transport of topological defects and other nonlinear coherent structures, as well as fundamental issues such as the quantum-classical transition and the coherent control of quantum systems.
  • Topics in Quantum Field Theory - Several files in LaTeX format cover selected topics in Quantum Field Theory and Integrable Systems
  • Warren Seigel - a Professor at C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, State University of New York, Stony Brook, Long Island, he's not content just to study the relationships between string theory and particle theory, but also to write goofy essays, and maintain this Web site.
  • What are C* Algebras Good For? - An introduction to C* Algebras and their applications in field theory.

    What is the electron spin?
    Electron spin is the electron's electromagnetic field angular momentum

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