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Physics audio and video lectures

by seouldavid
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seouldavid
#1
Oct29-09, 07:52 PM
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The following site provides a good collection of links to audio/video courses and lectures in physics from educational institutions around the world.

http://www.infocobuild.com/education...s/physics.html

The courses and lectures include general physics, classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, field theory, general relativity, special relativity and scientific computing.
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seouldavid
#2
Nov16-09, 03:46 AM
P: 116
I find some physics lectures by Richard Feynman from Vega Science Trust.

http://vega.org.uk/video/subseries/8
Bradwast88
#3
Nov26-09, 06:14 PM
P: 38
thanks a lot

Sankaku
#4
Dec9-09, 03:37 PM
P: 717
Physics audio and video lectures

I just found a huge collection of physics and math lectures at ICTP. The vid format is a little unusual, but it works. Some of the lecturers have a strong accent, but most are understandable.

http://www.ictp.tv/

ICTP is in Italy and is aimed at grad-level education for students from the developing world. They claim 4725 hours of lectures online...
Bradwast88
#5
Dec9-09, 06:57 PM
P: 38
thanks man
TheRealColbert
#6
Dec11-09, 06:39 PM
P: 14
Sankaku, you have discovered the Mother Lode.

That is an outstanding resource. Thanks for posting.

For others who go there looking for lectures, there are more in the "archives" section.
TheRealColbert
#7
Dec11-09, 06:47 PM
P: 14
Here are some of the math courses...

* Foundations of Mathematical Analysis
(recorded hours: 20)
* Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
(recorded hours: 10)
* Calculus on Rn
(recorded hours: 20)
* Complex Analysis
(recorded hours: 40)
* Topology
(recorded hours: 40)
* Ordinary Differential Equations
(recorded hours: 10)
* Real Analysis
(recorded hours: 40)
* Abstract Algebra
(recorded hours: 20)
* Algebraic Topology
(recorded hours: 20)
* Differential Geometry
(recorded hours: 40)
* Real Analysis II
(recorded hours: 20)
* One Dimensional Dynamics
(recorded hours: 20)
* Functional Analysis
(recorded hours: 40)
* Functional Analysis II
(recorded hours: 40)
* Partial Differential Equations
(recorded hours: 10)
* Algebraic Geometry
(recorded hours: 40)
* Linear Algebra
(recorded hours: 20)
* Complex Analysis
(recorded hours: 42)
TheRealColbert
#8
Dec11-09, 06:51 PM
P: 14
Physics... NOT a comprehensive list.

* Statistical Mechanics
(recorded hours: 78)
* Mathematical Methods
(recorded hours: 96)
* Classical Mechanics
(recorded hours: 40)
* Quantum Mechanics
(recorded hours: 108)
* Advanced Electromagnetism
(recorded hours: 44)
* Advanced Quantum Mechanics
(recorded hours: 60)
* Solid State Physics
(recorded hours: 42)
* Physics of the Earth System
(recorded hours: 30)
* Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
(recorded hours: 42)
* Quantum Electrodynamics
(recorded hours: 74)
* Lie Groups and Lie Algebras
(recorded hours: 64)
* Introduction to Particle Physics
(recorded hours: 54)
* Quantum Field Theory
(recorded hours: 86)
* General Relativity
(recorded hours: 72)
* Susy Field Theory
(recorded hours: 30)
* Symmetries, Electron Bands and Phonons
(recorded hours: 48)
* Magnetism
(recorded hours: 28)
* Superconductivity
(recorded hours: 24)
* Mathematical Techniques
(recorded hours: 26)
* Advanced Quantum Mechanics
(recorded hours: 60)
* Advanced Statistical Mechanics
(recorded hours: 26)
* Many-Body Physics
(recorded hours: 44)
* Biological Physics
(recorded hours: 22)
Eric McClean
#9
Dec17-09, 04:46 AM
P: 39
thanks for sharing this with us. i also have some video tutorials like this .
WiFO215
#10
Dec17-09, 09:56 AM
P: 414
Quote Quote by Eric McClean View Post
thanks for sharing this with us. i also have some video tutorials like this .
Link?
seouldavid
#11
Jan2-10, 08:45 PM
P: 116
Physics lectures related to nanotechnology

Atomic Scale Simulation
http://nanohub.org/resources/6164

Introduction to Biological Physics
http://nanohub.org/resources/4255

Physics of Nanoscale MOSFETs
http://nanohub.org/resources/5306
seouldavid
#12
Jan14-10, 08:33 AM
P: 116
http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/string.html

Physics lectures on string theory.
seouldavid
#13
Jan31-10, 07:56 AM
P: 116
http://hubblesite.org/about_us/public_talks/

This provides free access to public lectures at the Space Telescope Science Institute. The lectures are presented in videos and PDF files.
seouldavid
#14
Feb26-10, 03:54 AM
P: 116
http://www.fnal.gov/pub/events/lectures.html

This offers physics video lectures, from Fermilab, on experimental, theoretical and technological aspects of particle physics research.
yakogg
#15
Mar10-10, 06:54 AM
P: 1
thank all..






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Regulator
#16
May17-10, 02:39 PM
P: 1
I'm not sure if these have been posted before, though I wouldn't be surprised if they have been. Regardless, below is a link (assuming it works) to several videos of lectures Feynman gave at Cornell in the Fall of 1964. They are well-worth the hours spent watching. Enjoy...

http://research.microsoft.com/apps/t...html#data=3|||
seouldavid
#18
Jun13-10, 08:16 PM
P: 116
http://www.infocobuild.com/books-and...ac-newton.html

This contains documentaries, lecture videos and books about Sir Isaac Newton.


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