For Faculty of Natural Sciences

Department of Physics

2011 A

- A set of home assignments will be given approximately every 2-3 weeks. Total weight of these assignments to the final grade will be 50%.
- At the end of the course a more lengthy home project will be given, which will constitute the remaining 50%.

- Lectures: Thursday 17:00-20:00, 217/54
- Admission Hours: Any day after previous coordination by email; room 322/54.

# | published | topic | link | solution | submission date |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 | 3/11/2010 | Lagrangian Formulation | - | 13/11/2010 | |

2 | 14/11/2010 | Feynman Diagrams - Introduction | - | 28/11/2010 | |

3 | 28/11/2010 | Feynman Diagrams - Computational | - | 19/12/2010 | |

4 | 19/12/2010 | Renormalization Group | - | 06/01/2011 | |

5 | 1/1/2010 | Final Exam | - | 14/02/2011 |

- M.E. Peskin and D.V. Schroeder, "An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory"

- S. Weinberg, "The Quantum Theory of Fields "
- M. Srednicki, “Quantum Field Theorry”, available as a pdf

- P.Â Ramond, "Field Theory: Modern Primer"
- C. Itzykson and J-P. Zuber, "Quantum Field Theory"
- L. Zinn-Justin, "Quantum Field Theory and Critical Phenomena”
- J.J. Bjorken and S.D. Drell, “Relativistic Quantum Fields”
- N.N. Bogoliubov and D.V. Shirkov, “Quantum Fields”
- S. Coleman, “Aspects of symmetry”

- “Fields” by Warren Siegel (book)
- QFT by Michael Luke (lectures)
- QFT by David Tong (lectures)