Barton Zwiebach




Barton Zwiebach is a Professor of Physics at MIT. His specialty is String Theory and Theoretical Particle Physics. His central contributions have been in the area of String Field Theory, where he did the early work on the construction of open string field theory and then developed the field theory of closed strings. Zwiebach has also made important contributions to the subject of D-branes with exceptional symmetry, the subject of tachyon condensation, and T-duality.

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Apr 27th 2016

Learn about entanglement and Bell inequalities, representations and addition of angular momentum, and central potentials.

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Mar 23rd 2016

Learn about the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, quantum dynamics and two-state systems including applications to NMR and masers.

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Feb 17th 2016

Learn the foundations of quantum mechanics, including wave mechanics, spin one-half states, linear algebra and bra-ket notation of Dirac.

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Feb 10th 2015

A course that develops the tools and the mathematical foundation needed to have a working knowledge of Quantum Mechanics.

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