Massimo Giovannini reviews in 2014 A Course in Field Theory.
This book is aimed at students making the transition from a first course on general relativity to a specialized subfield.
Knowledge of the electron mass has been improved by a factor of 13, thanks to a clever extension of previous Penning-trap experiments.
As the LHC experiments improve the precision of their measurements of Standard Model processes, the extent of possibilities for new physics open to exploration is becoming ever more apparent.
This book attempts to provide an introduction to quantum field theory by emphasizing conceptual issues.
Wolfgang Lerche reviews in 2013 Basic Concepts of String Theory.
This book provides general physical principles and a mathematically sound approach to Quantum Field Theory.
Although group theory has played a significant role in the development of various disciplines of physics, there are few recent books that start from the beginning and then go on to consider applicatio...
Introduction to Mathematical Physics explains how and why mathematics is needed in the description of physical events in space.
With a foreword by Tom Kibble and commentaries by Milutin Blagojević and Friedrich W Hehl, the aim of this volume is to introduce graduate and advanced undergraduate students of theoretical or mathem...