# Physics External Links

This webpage is dedicated to listing links to physics-related stuffs. This will act like bookmarks for me. I hope you will also get benefited from it. You may also like to visit /mel, /cel, and /tel).

## Table of Contents

- Topics
- Selected Online Course
- Selected Physics Journal
- Selected ArXiv Topics
- Selected Papers from Web
- Selected external posts
- Uncategorized articles from web
- Tools
- Extra
- Interesting Stuff

### Topics

#### Gravitation and Cosmology

- 3+1 Formalism and Bases of Numerical Relativity by Éric Gourgoulhon Lecture Note
- Non-coordinates basis in General Relativity and Cartan’s structure equations by Wytler Cordeiro dos Santos Note
- An introduction to spinors by Andrew M. Steane

#### Quantum Field Theory

- Notes from Sidney Coleman’s Physics 253a by Sidney Coleman
- Quantum Field Theory by Mark Srednicki Draft Book
- Quantum Field Theory by Jeff Schmidt Lectures
- Fields by Warren Siegel Concise Introduction

#### Standard Model

- Standard Model I: QCD by Michal Praszalowicz Lecture Notes
- The Standard Model and Flavor Physics by Yosef Nir Lecture Note

#### Topological Quantum Field Theory

- Introduction To Chern-Simons Theories by Gregory W. Moore Lecture Note

#### Beyond Standard Model

- Introduction to Supersymmetry by Adel Bilal Lecture Note
- Introduction to Supersymmetry by Fernando Quevedo Compiled by Jeff Asaf Dror Compiled Lecture Note
- Lectures on String Theory by David Tong Lecture Notes
- Introduction to Loop Quantum Gravity by Carlo Rovelli Lecture

### Selected Online Course

### Selected Physics Journal

- Classical and Quantum Gravity by IOPScience
- Phys. Rev. D APS Phyics covering particles fields gravitation cosmology

### Selected ArXiv Topics

### Selected Papers from Web

- The symmetry and simplicity of the laws of physics and the Higgs boson by Juan Maldacena Gauge symmetry via economic analogy
- Connection between Spin and Statistics by Gerhart Lüders & Bruno Zumino Rigorous proof of the CPT theorem
- Gravitational lensing by spinning black holes in astrophysics, and in the movie Interstellar by ... & Kip Thorne Interstellar motion graphics based on this paper

### Selected external posts

- How to become a Good Theoretical Physicist Gerard’t Hooft
- So You Want to Learn Physics… Susan Rigetti
- From Griffiths to Peskin: a lit review for beginners Reviews of QFT books

### Uncategorized articles from web

### Tools

- FeynCalc Mathematica Package for QFT Calculations

### Extra

- Topics in Theoretical Physics (Quantum Gravity in particular) by Luca Bombelli
- Asymptotic safety pages by Robert Percacci
- Scholarpedia peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia
- The Feynman lectures on physics Maintain by Caltech
- Einstein Papers Project Maintain by Caltech Collection Einstein papers
- Digital Einstein Papers Maintain by Princeton Collection Einstein papers
- Neo-classical Physics by David Delphenich Has translation of old papers

### Interesting Stuff

- F. D. C. Willard First cat to co-author a physics paper
- Was Lorentz our first particle physicist? M. Veltman 1999 Nobel Laureate
- How to Write Maxwell’s Equations on a T-Shirt M. Peskin
- Reading from paper compared to screens: A systematic review and meta-analysis by Virginia Clinton
- Banknotes featuring Scientists and Mathematicians by Jacob Bourjaily

Updated on 18 Mar 2023