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  1. Electromagnetic Field Theory Fundamentals by Bhag Singh Guru, Hüseyin R. Hiziroglu, 2004-08-30
  2. Mineralogical Applications of Crystal Field Theory (Cambridge Topics in Mineral Physics and Chemistry) by Roger G. Burns, 2005-08-22
  3. Introduction to Quantum Field Theory by V.lG. Kiselev, Ya.M. Shnir, et all 2000-11-17
  4. Condensed Matter Field Theory by Alexander Altland, Ben Simons, 2006-06-12
  5. Field Theory and Its Classical Problems (Carus Mathematical Monographs ; No. 19) by Charles Robert Hadlock, 1979-06
  6. Quantum Field Theory, Rev.Ed. by F. Mandl, G. Shaw, 1993-12
  7. Quantum Field Theory in Condensed Matter Physics by Alexei M. Tsvelik, 2007-01-18
  8. Finite-Temperature Field Theory: Principles and Applications (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by Joseph I. Kapusta, Charles Gale, 2006-08-21
  9. Quantum Fields and Strings: A Course for Mathematicians
  10. Gauge Field Theories (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by Stefan Pokorski, 2000-03-13
  11. The Theory of Algebraic Number Fields by David Hilbert, 1998-10-01
  12. Gauge Field Theories: An Introduction with Applications by Mike Guidry, 1999-04-27
  13. Electrodynamics and Classical Theory of Fields and Particles by A. O. Barut, 1980-09-01
  14. Quantum Field Theory of Many-body Systems: From the Origin of Sound to an Origin of Light and Electrons (Oxford Graduate Texts) by Xiao-Gang Wen, 2007-10-18

61. A Unified Field Theory And Some Experimental Evidence (EARLY EDITION)
You are here Allan s TIME Unified field theory Original Paper, December 1999. A Unified field theory and Some Experimental Evidence. (Original UFT paper).
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(Original UFT paper) Contains portions that were edited from the shorter version later submitted to Science . See Aug. 2000 comment David W. Allan, Ranae Lee and Jeff Lorbeck December, 1999 The following on-line version is subdivided into smaller portions. For ease in printing, click here for the whole document. T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Introduction Basic Concepts List of Validations and/or Applications Combining the Force Fields ... Solution to a Space Mystery
Basic Concepts
The new unified field theory presented herein offers a different way of modeling the gravitational field. This new theory shows how the known force fields work together. We have studied numerous past experimental validations and propose a variety of additional experiments that could be performed that would validate this new theory. If the theory is valid, it has very far reaching implications as well as application opportunities that could provide significant benefit to society. This is a List of Validations and/or Applications

62. Physics Encyclopedia: Quantum Field Theory
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General QFT resources Introductory Relativistic Quantum Fields and Relativistic Quantum Fields 1 - HTML course, from Univ of Sussex
What is Quantum Field Theory, and What Did We Think It Is?
(hep-th/9702027), 17pp. by Steven Weinberg - almost without formulas
Advanced topics Quantum Field Theoty Part III, ps.gz file - 100-pages lecture course from Univ of Cambridge
A Course of Field Theory
from Univ of Leiden, 140 pp, with problems, 1.5Mb ps file (lectures), 0.5 Mb ps file (problems)
Quantum Field Theory program at IAS
- a large number of lectures covering advanced and subtle issues of QFT; mainly in ps files
Lecture Notes in QFT
- a collection of ps.gz lectures notes on various aspects of QFT, QED etc
Quantum Electrodynamics Introductory Quantum Field Theoty Part III, ps.gz file - 100-pages lecture course from Univ of Cambridge, includes Feynman diagrams and QED
Advanced topics CORE - COmpendium of RElations (hep-ph/9507456) - 110 pages of formulas useful in theoreticla particle physics including Pauli, Gell-Mann, Dirac matrices calculus, full SM lagrangian and Feyman rules, kinematics, matrix elements, cross sections and decay rates etc.

63. Field Theory - Kurt Lewin
field theory Kurt Lewin. James Neill. Last updated 20 Apr 2004. If you want it. - Kurt Lewin. field theory - Kurt Lewin. Kurt Lewin
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If you want to truly understand something, try to change it.
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Field Theory - Kurt Lewin
Kurt Lewin (1890-1947) was a famous, charismatic psychologist who is now viewed as the father of social psychology. Born in Germany, Lewin emigrated to the USA as a result of World War II. Lewin viewed the social environment as a dynamic field which impacted in an interactive way with human consciousness. Adjust elements of the social environment and particular types of psychological experience predictably ensue. In turn, the person's psychological state influences the social field or milieu. Lewin was well known for his terms "life space" and "field theory". He was perhaps even better known for practical use of his theories in studying group dynamics, solving social problems related to prejudice, and group therapy (t-groups). Lewin sought to not only describe group life, but to investigate the conditions and forces which bring about change or resist change in groups. In the field (or 'matrix') approach, Lewin believed that for change to take place, the total situation has to be taken into account. If only part of the situation is considered, a misrepresented picture is likely to develop.

64. Grist Main Dish Unified Field Theory 15 Oct 2003
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65. Co-Founder Of String Field Theory Explores The Physics Of ET
Renowned physicist, author, and cofounder of String field theory , Dr Michio Kaku believes that alien civilisations may have learnt to harness the energy of
Co-Founder of String Field Theory Explores the Physics of ET
By Greg Taylor

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posted: 01:51 pm ET
30 October 2003
Renowned physicist, author, and co-founder of 'String Field Theory', Dr Michio Kaku believes that alien civilisations may have learnt to harness the energy of galaxies and travel through the universe using wormholes. Dr Kaku has described what we might expect of alien cultures in an article on his website, titled " The Physics of Extra-Terrestrial Civilisations In the short essay, Dr Kaku discusses the ideas of Russian astrophysicist Nicolai Kardashev who theorized in 1964 that advanced civilizations might be grouped according to three types: Type I, II, and III which have respectively mastered planetary, stellar and galactic forms of energy. He points out that we on Earth are a Type civilization well on our way to becoming Type I. He raises the issue of inter-galactic probes, positing that space exploration would best be achieved through the use of "Von Neumann probes" - self-replicating robots which are designed to reach distant star systems and then create factories which will reproduce copies themselves by the thousands, which continue the process. Dr Kaku also points out that extremely advanced civilizations may have the ability to create stable wormholes through which they could travel, and perhaps even have the ability to create their own universes.

66. Gauge Field Theory
GAUGE field theory. Prof BR Webber. This is the web page for the Part III Experimental and Theoretical Physics Minor Option course on Gauge field theory.
Prof B R Webber
This is the web page for the Part III Experimental and Theoretical Physics Minor Option course on Gauge Field Theory. The course is an introduction to the gauge field theories of modern Particle Physics. It includes the necessary relativistic quantum field theory, but with emphasis on applications rather than mathematical rigour. There are no formal prerequisites for the course, but it would be helpful to have attended the Part III Particle Physics and Theoretical Concepts in Physics Major Options. For those who have not, the revision handout covers the essential material.
Introduction (revision handout): Notation for relativity; transition rates; phase space; two-body decay and scattering; interaction and scattering via particle exchange; Feynman graphs; Klein-Gordon equation; Klein paradox; Dirac equation; spin and magnetic moment of Dirac particle; covariant notation and free-particle spinors. Relativistic quantum mechanics (3 lectures): Electromagnetic waves and interactions; Dirac and Klein-Gordon density and current; electromagnetic scattering; charge conjugation and parity invariance; gamma matrix algebra; Compton scattering; massless Dirac particles; charged and neutral weak currents; weak scattering. Relativistic quantum fields (6 lectures): Classical field theory; electromagnetic waves; Klein-Gordon field; Fourier analysis; second quantization; single-particle and two-particle states; number operator; quantizing the electromagnetic field; vacuum energy and normal ordering; the Casimir effect; complex fields; symmetries and conservation laws; Noether's theorem; phase (gauge) invariance; Dirac field; spin-statistics theorem.

67. Mathematical Physics Group
Research interests in Quantum field theory. People, events, preprints.
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68. EFieldTheory.COM :: Homepage is a theoretical physics eJournal with PDF formatted articles in advanced fields of research such as, quantum field theory, string theory, statistical physics, nuclear physics and more.
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WELCOME ! - or other archives. eFieldTheory.COM is currently at version 1.1, and more functionalities will be added such as direct reviewing, commenting and rating by viewers, as well as discussions forums for each articles, pending participation into (free) membership with the site. Reviewing will be public and so will be the identity of the willing reviewers. Rating will remain anonymous. It is to be based on multiple criteria. Statistics will also be available in the forecoming version of the site. CONTACT US: info@eFieldTheory.COM
CURRENT ARTICLES: The Quantum Black Hole Problem
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This is an essay discussing the true nature of quantum black holes as well as the various semiclassical approaches used in their analyses. It is pointed out that the usual thermal interpretation of the WKB method as well as the use of the singular Rindler-type wavefunctions in Mean-Field theory lead to mathematical and physical inconsistencies and point directly toward the non existence of the black hole thermal evaporation process. Proper interpretation of the WKB method as the tunneling probability of quantum particles escaping the hole leads to the identification of quantum black holes as p-brane massive quantum excitations modes. It is also critical of recently defined concepts such as entanglement entropy and the holographic principle.

69. Quantum Field Theory
Quantum field theory. The framework in which quantum mechanics and special relativity are successfully reconciled is called quantum field theory.
Quantum Field Theory
The next contradiction that physicists faced was between quantum mechanics (which had been developed over the thirty years following Planck's seminal insight) and the special theory of relativity. Most of the work in quantum mechanics was in the Galilean (or non-relativistic) approximation.
To be sure, Dirac had developed a relativistic wave equation for the electron, which was an important advance, but there was still a basic contradiction that needed to be resolved. The new feature that is required in a successful union of quantum mechanics and special relativity is the possibility of the creation and annihilation of quanta (or `particles'). The non-relativistic theory does not have this feature.
The framework in which quantum mechanics and special relativity are successfully reconciled is called quantum field theory. It is based on three basic principles: two of them, of course, are quantum mechanics and special relativity. The third one, which I wish to emphasize, is the postulate that elementary particles are point-like objects of zero intrinsic size. In practice, they are smeared over a region of space due to quantum effects, but their descripton in the basic equations is as mathematical points.
Now the general principles on which quantum field theory are based actually allow for many different consistent theories to be constructed. (The consistency has not been established with mathematical rigour, but this is not a concern for most physicists.)

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71. Extended Maxwell's Equations: Compact Formulations In Physics
Maxwell's equations both in classic field theory as a subset of relativistic quantum electrodynamics and as a basis for unified field theory (compact overview). Based on a book Electromagnetic transformation and sensors by W.Cassing, W.Stanek et al.(in German).
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Stanek
University of Applied Sciences Koblenz (Germany)
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compact formulations of Maxwell's Equations in different areas of physics
Maxwell equations MENU Theory + Practice Maxwell's equations in classic electrodynamics (classic field theory)
Maxwell equations (no movement), b) Maxwell equations (moved bodies Maxwell's equations in quantum electrodynamics (quantum field theory)
Proca's extended maxwell equations and resulting wave equations Right Hand Rules as Memo Maps for central derivations from Maxwell equations
Central derivations from Maxwell's equations with respect to all important phenomena inside electrodynamics are shown as a new Mind Map with memorable Memo Maps using variations of famous "Maxwell's Hand" Maxwell's equations as a subset of the relativistic quantum unified equation
maxwell equations as the basis for interdisciplinary physics - also derivable from

72. [hep-th/9912205] Fields More results from Historical Notes Quantum field theory From Stephen Wolfram, A New Kind of Science Notes for Chapter 9 Fundamental Physics Section Quantum Phenomena Page 1061 Quantum field theory.
High Energy Physics - Theory, abstract
From: Warren Siegel [ view email ] Date ( ): Tue, 21 Dec 1999 16:12:46 GMT (824kb) Date (revised v2): Thu, 19 Sep 2002 20:58:01 GMT (878kb)
Authors: W. Siegel (C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics)
Comments: plain TeX or pdftex; 796 pages, 47 figures (eps); 2nd edition has corrections, 20% more exercises, etc., but no new subsections
Report-no: YITP-SB-99-67
The first free comprehensive textbook on quantum (and classical) field theory. The approach is pragmatic, rather than traditional or artistic: It includes practical techniques, such as the 1/N expansion (color ordering) and spacecone (spinor helicity), and diverse topics, such as supersymmetry and general relativity, as well as introductions to supergravity and strings. The PDF version can be more convenient than paper books, with Web links and a clickable outline (contents) window.
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73. Qmc Explained
Uses the HirschFye algorithm, implements methods in the paper Dynamical Mean-field theory of Strongly Correlated Fermion Systems .
Quantum Monte Carlo Method
One-Band Model T H E O R Y: "Quantum Monte Carlo Method in Details"
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P R A C T I C E: Codes and Instructions to run programs. Multi-Band Model T H E O R Y: "Multi-Band Quantum Monte Carlo Method"
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74. Particle And Field Theory
Research Groups Particle and field theory. Thomas C. Blum Ph Welcome to the Particle and field theory Group. Our group conducts research
Research Groups
Particle and Field Theory
Thomas C. Blum

Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics
Gerald V. Dunne

Ph.D., Professor of Physics
Kurt Haller

Ph.D., Professor of Physics
M. Munir Islam

Ph.D., Professor of Physics
Alex Kovner
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics Ronald L. Mallett Ph.D., Professor of Physics Philip D. Mannheim Ph.D., Professor of Physics Hyunsoo Min Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Physics Michael J. Ramsey-Musolf Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics Welcome to the Particle and Field Theory Group. Our group conducts research in a broad range of areas of Theoretical Particle Physics and Quantum Field Theory:
  • Quantum Field Theory: Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD); QCD vacuum structure and confinement/deconfinement mechanism; Lattice QCD; Effective field theory; Nonperturbative methods; Strongly interacting field theories; Mathematical aspects of quantum field theory; Gauge theory. Particle Physics: Quark-gluon plasma phase transition of QCD at high temperature; Low-x physics; Hadronic scattering at high energy at the LHC; Heavy ion collisions; CP-violation; Anomalous magnetic moment of the muon (g-2); Electroweak phenomenology, including studies in Supersymmetry; Lepton number violation and precision electroweak measurements.

75. International Journal Of Geometric Methods In Modern Physics
(World Scientific) Short communications, research and review articles devoted to the application of geometric methods to quantum field theory, nonperturbative quantum gravity, string and brane theory, quantum mechanics, semi-classical approximations in quantum theory, quantum thermodynamics and statistical physics, quantum computation and control theory. Forthcoming papers.
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This journal publishes short communications, research and review articles devoted to the application of geometric methods (including differential geometry, algebraic geometry, global analysis and topology) to quantum field theory, non-perturbative quantum gravity, string and brane theory, quantum mechanics, semi-classical approximations in quantum theory, quantum thermodynamics and statistical physics, quantum computation and control theory. Feature Articles (Free Inaugural Issue) Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2 (April 2004) PREFACE: WHAT IS GEOMETRY IN QUANTUM THEORY Short Communication "WEAK" SYMMETRIES AND ADAPTED VARIABLES FOR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
ASADA AKIRA Forthcoming Papers Vol. 1, No. 3 (June 2004)

76. Crystal Field Theory -- From Eric Weisstein's World Of Chemistry
Crystal field theory, References. Cotton, F. A. The Crystal field theory. Chemical Applications of Group Theory, 3rd ed. New York Wiley, pp. 282287, 1990.
Chemical Reactions Bonding
Crystal Field Theory

An ionic theory which is an offshoot of electrostatic theory. It ignores all covalent bonding effects. It was developed by Hans Bethe in 1929 by applying group theory and quantum mechanics to electrostatic theory. It was further developed by physicists during the 1930s and 1940s. It can be used to predict chemical properties, kinetic properties, reaction mechanisms, magnetic and spectral properties, and thermodynamic data. It cannot, however, be applied to sulfides, since sulfide forms mainly covalent bonds A splitting of energy levels ("crystal field splitting") occurs because the orientation of the d orbital wavefunctions will increase an electron's energy when the orbital is located in a region of high electron density, and lower it when the reverse is true. In crystals, the , and orbitals split up as depicted below, depending on their cation's coordination. The total energy splitting is termed the crystal field stabilization energy. may be estimated from
where r is the radius of the d orbital and R is the metal- ligand internuclear distance. A large crystal field splitting energy is provided by ligands with high negative charge and small radius, and by metal cations with a large oxidation number.

77. Mean Field Theory Of The Edge Of Chaos
Mean field theory of The Edge of Chaos. Howard Gutowitz and Chris Langton Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles Laboratoire
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Mean Field Theory of The Edge of Chaos
Howard Gutowitz and Chris Langton
et Chimie Industrielles
Laboratoire d'Electronique
10 rue Vauquelin
75005 Paris
The Santa Fe Institute,
1399 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501 January 1995
Is there an Edge of Chaos, and if so, can evolution take us to it? Many issues have to be settled before any definitive answer can be given. For quantitative work, we need a good measure of complexity. We suggest that convergence time is an appropriate and useful measure. In the case of cellular automata, one of the advantages of the convergence-time measure is that it can be analytically approximated using a generalized mean field theory. In this paper we demonstrate that the mean field theory for cellular automata can 1) reduce the variablity of behavior inherent in the -parameter approach, 2) approximate convergence time, and 3) drive an evolutionary process toward increasing complexity.

78. Mean Field Theory Of The Edge Of Chaos
Mean field theory of The Edge of Chaos. Howard Gutowitz and Chris Langton Ecole Supérieur de Physique et Chimie Industrielles 10
Next: Introduction
Mean Field Theory of The Edge of Chaos
Howard Gutowitz and Chris Langton
et Chimie Industrielles
10 rue Vauquelin
75005 Paris
The Santa Fe Institute
1399 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501
January 1995

Howard A. Gutowitz Mon Jan 23 10:32:39 MST 1995

79. Math 254 (Number Theory)
Lecture notes by Kiran Kedlaya, UC Berkeley, Spring 2002.
Math 254B (Number Theory)
This was the official course web page for Math 254B (Number Theory) at UC Berkeley, which I taught during the Spring 2002 semester. The course web page for Math 254A, which I taught in Fall 2001, is here . Math 254B took a detailed look at class field theory, the theory of abelian extensions of number fields, which extends the reciprocity laws of Gauss, Legendre, Hilbert et al. Note added 9 Nov 2003: I am planning to leave these pages "as is" for now except for updating broken links and posting errata to the course notes in case anyone points them out. (These were largely corrected verbally in the lectures but I didn't put the changes into the notes.) In particular, the contact information for me is incorrect; see my home page for updated information.
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The final papers are being posted here. If you want me to include yours, email me a copy in any format (except Word!).

80. Infinite-Dimensional Lie Theory And Conformal Field Theory Conference
Affine Lie Algebras; B. McCoy (Stony Brook) The Dominance of Algebra in Statistical Mechanics and Quantum field theory; N. Read (Yale
Scientific committee:
Stephen Berman
Paul Fendley
(Physics, Virginia)
Yi-Zhi Huang
Kailash Misra
(Mathematics, North Carolina State)
Brian Parshall
(Mathematics, Virginia)
Sponsored by:
Department of Mathematics University of Virginia Department of Physics University of Virginia University of Virginia National Science Foundation The conference will consist of three mini-courses:
  • M. Kashiwara (Kyoto) Crystal Bases for Representations of Quantized Affine Lie Algebras
  • B. McCoy (Stony Brook) The Dominance of Algebra in Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory
  • N. Read (Yale) Lie Superalgebras and Disordered Systems
together with a workshop on related topics. The following have agreed to give plenary hour lectures:
  • Y. Billig (Mathematics, Fredericton) VOAs arising in the representation theory of toroidal Lie algebras
  • V. Chari (Mathematics, Riverside) Representations of quantum affine algebras
  • C. Dong (Mathematics, Santa Cruz) Reductive Lie algebras and holomorphic VOAs
  • J. Fuchs (Physics, Karlstad) Lie algebra automorphisms and conformal field theory
  • V. Gurarie (Physics, Santa Barbara)

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