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QUANTUM FIELD THEORY, PHY7669 Course Information 2006-2007 Lecturer : C. B. Thorn, NPB 2069, 392-5701 Lectures : NPB 1216, MWF 8th period (3:00-3:50) Ofce Hours : MW 9th period (4:05-5:00pm), and by appointment. Course Webpage : http://www.phys.u±.edu/ thorn/homepage/qftinfo.html Textbook : An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory , Michael E. Peskin and Daniel V. Schroeder, (Addison Wesley, 1995). Also my lecture notes will down- loadable from my homepage: http://www.phys.u±.edu/ thorn/homepage/pubs.html The lectures will be self-contained, but the text will provide an important source
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Unformatted text preview: of homework problems as well as a valuable alternative perspective on the subject. Examinations : A take home ²nal examination will comprise 40% of your course grade. Homework : Problem sets will be assigned on approximately a biweekly basis and will comprise 60% of your course grade. I encourage open discussion with your fellow students on the assigned problems. However, I require that each student write up her/his solutions individually. 1...
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