**Advances in Quantum Field Theory**

by Sergey Ketov

**Publisher**: InTech 2012**ISBN-13**: 9789535100355**Number of pages**: 230

**Description**:

Quantum Field Theory is now well recognized as a powerful tool not only in Particle Physics but also in Nuclear Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Solid State Physics and even in Mathematics. In this book some current applications of Quantum Field Theory to those areas of modern physics and mathematics are collected, in order to offer a deeper understanding of known facts and unsolved problems.

Download or read it online for free here:

**Download link**

(3.2MB, PDF)

## Similar books

**Introduction to Feynman Integrals**

by

**Stefan Weinzierl**-

**arXiv**

An introduction to Feynman integrals. In the first part of the course the author reviews the basics of the perturbative expansion in quantum field theories. In the second part of the course he will discuss more advanced topics.

(

**5866**views)

**Physics Quest: Understanding Relativistic Quantum Field Theory**

by

**Hans de Vries**-

**Physics-Quest.org**

From the table of contents: Relativistic foundations of light and matter Fields; Advanced treatment of the EM field; The relativistic matter wave equations; Foundations of Quantum Electro Dynamics; Non Abelian gauge theories.

(

**4357**views)

**Introduction to Algebraic and Constructive Quantum Field Theory**

by

**John C. Baez, Irving E. Segal, Zhengfang Zhou**-

**Princeton University Press**

The book presents a rigorous treatment of the first principles of the algebraic and analytic core of quantum field theory. The authors address readers interested in fundamental mathematical physics and who have the training of a graduate student.

(

**8592**views)

**Algebraic Quantum Field Theory**

by

**Hans Halvorson, Michael Mueger**-

**arXiv**

This paper is a survey of AQFT, with an orientation towards foundational topics. In addition to covering the basics of the theory, we discuss issues related to nonlocality, the particle concept, the field concept, and inequivalent representations.

(

**9411**views)