Introduction to Physics for Mathematicians
by Igor Dolgachev
Number of pages: 285
A set of class notes in Introduction to Physics taken by math graduate students. The goal of this course was to introduce some basic concepts from theoretical physics which play so fundamental role in a recent intermarriage between physics and pure mathematics. No physical background was assumed.
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by Matej Pavsic - arXiv
This a book is for those who would like to learn something about special and general relativity beyond the usual textbooks, about quantum field theory, the elegant Fock-Schwinger-Stueckelberg proper time formalism, and much more.
by Karl Svozil - Edition Funzl
This book presents the course material for mathemathical methods of theoretical physics intended for an undergraduate audience. The author most humbly presents his own version of what is important for standard courses of contemporary physics.
by Klaus Kirsten, Floyd L. Williams - Cambridge University Press
This book provides an introduction, with applications, to three interconnected mathematical topics: zeta functions in their rich variety; modular forms; vertex operator algebras. Applications of the material to physics are presented.
by Mario Argeri, Pierpaolo Mastrolia - arXiv
The authors review the method of differential equations for the evaluation of D-dimensionally regulated Feynman integrals. After dealing with the technique, we discuss its application in the context of corrections to the photon propagator in QED.