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“deGarisMPC” (MathPhysComp) Free Masters, PhD-Level YouTube Lecture COURSES (Free Global Education)

deGarisMPC”

Prof. Dr.  Hugo de Garis’s FREE Masters and PhD Levels “MathPhysComp” (MPC)

YouTube Lecture Courses

(Free Global Education)

WELCOME to “deGarisMPC

Links to deGarisMPC YouTube Lecture Courses

0)   Introduction to deGarisMPC  (link)

1)   (Pure Math)   Finite Group Theory (Jun, Sen, Barnard)  (link)    

2)   (Math Physics)   Quantum Mechanics (Sen, Davies)  (link)      

3)   (Computer Theory)  Theory of Computation (Sen, M1, Sipser)  (link

For a full  list of  courses (about 600) to be uploaded to YouTube over the next 30 years, scroll a third way down.

To see a list of  “Core Courses” (about 120) to be uploaded first within the next 6-8 years, click (here).

With these YouTube lecture sets, you can teach yourself comprehensively to a PhD level of competence in Pure Math, Math Physics, and Computer Theory (MPC), for FREE.

1.    Introduction

Im now an ARCer (after retirement careerer) spending my time doing what I love, namely studying pure math, theoretical physics and computer theory intensively, with  the view to dreaming up ideas for future technologies, e.g. femtotech, attotech,  topological quantum computing etc. and writing books on these topics (as well as on others – social, political, etc).

Before ARCing, I was waging as an “MPC” (math, physics, computing) full professor, teaching graduate level topics in pure math, theoretical physics and computer theory at two Chinese universities (Wuhan University, and Xiamen University), so that Chinese graduate students from the math, physics, and computer science departments could understand the principles of  TQC  (topological quantum computing) which promises to make quantum computers robust against noise (and hence utterly revolutionize computing, science, the economy, everything), by becoming scalable and exponentially more powerful than today’s classical computers.

The thought occured to me that when I die in  about 30 years, all this rich  knowledge that I am now piling into  my head will decompose with the neurons that contain it. Now that Im in my mid 60s, my thoughts are turning increasingly towards future generations that will outlive me. At first I thought  that perhaps I could  return to a university and give graduate level lectures in the topics that I study so  intensively now. But the physics department of my local university doesnt even teach QFT (quantum field theory), which for me, is a “low rung” of a very long ladder. My next thought was to give such lectures to a better university with brighter students, but that would mean moving away from the oh so attractive balmy weather of the city in which I live.

My final idea was to video my own MPC lectures at home and put them on the internet for the world to view. Thus began a long term project (lasting perhaps one or two decades) to master a long string of math physics computing topics, and simultaneously, progressively, to record YouTube lectures on them for posterity. I bought a good (high definition) video camera, mike, tripod, white board, studio lamp, and learned to make competent videos of my lectures and started to put them on Youtube, and linked to them on this website (see below).

2.   Pure Math, Mathematical Physics, and Computer Theory (MPC)

These lectures are split into three broad categories, Pure Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, and Computer Theory (Actually, pure math and math physics have merged lately to such an extent, that one could talk about “mathics”).

The level of these lectures is “graduate” i.e. masters and PhD level. (In general, I have no interest in giving undergrad lectures – too simple – too high school teacherish, but I do make some exceptions for certain senior level undergraduate subjects which are vital prerequisites for important graduate level topics, e.g. in physics – special relativity, basic quantum mechanics, analytical mechanics, etc; and in pure math – finite group theory, general topology, complex analysis, etc)  I anticipate that these lecture videos will probably be viewed by grad students who wish to supplement their courses taught on these topics at universities around the world.

Im anticipating also, that there will be many students who would like to study these topics but whose universities dont teach them, or there may be many ARCers like me, or younger “self learners”  around the world, who would like to study these difficult topics and would appreciate having an experienced MPC professor “break the ice” for them as they teach themselves.

The topics in these three fields are chosen, so that those ambitious brilliant students (i.e. “alphas” – i.e. those who lie in the top percentile in IQ) who (amongst other things) truly want  to master the intricacies and abstractions of string and M-theory will be able  to do so by being given sufficient background knowledge in pure math and math physics to be able to (as Kaku put it) scale the “dizzying heights” of the mathematical abstractions needed to understand modern string theory and M theory. Since I was an MPC professor, I included computer theory as well. (Its pretty much pure math anyway.)  But, you dont have to be a budding mathematical physicist to benefit from these video lectures. Your interests might  be confined purely to pure mathematics. There are plenty of lectures in pure mathematics topics here to keep you interested.

The topics that I plan to lecture on and to video over the next two decades are  listed just below. I will start with the simplest and work my way up to the hardest, for several reasons – one is that students following these YouTube-lectures will need to do the same (you have to learn to crawl before you learn to walk), and its good for me too. It is often said that the best way to truly master a topic is to have to teach it. By teaching the easier topics first, gives me a good basis for the tougher topics later that rely on the easier topics.

Also indicated in the list below (in red), are those (easier) topics (at junior or senior undergraduate level) that I plan to video first (i.e. in 2012).  Undergraduate level codes are in red, e.g.  Jun (junior undergrad level), Sen (senior undergrad level). Graduate level codes are in blue, e.g. M1 (1st year masters level). M2 (2nd year masters level), PhD (1st year PhD level), PhD2 (2nd year PhD level).

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“de GarisMPC (MathPhysComp)

YouTube Lecture Course Topics List 

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OVERVIEW PAGE (please read this first)  (link)  

STUDY PLAN (please read this second)  (link)

FREE PROFING vs. WAGE PROFING (please read this third)  (link)   

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KEY TO VIDEOING STATUS of lecture sets (listed below)

Those lecture sets below not yet videoed are appended with  “not yet videoed

The lecture set(s) below currently being videoed is (are) appended with “CURRENTLY UPLOADING” (i.e. one lecture after another)

Those lecture sets below whose videoing has been completed are appended withuploaded (date)

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CLICK ON THE (link) OF A LECTURE SET (BELOW) TO SEE ITS DETAILS.

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A “NO REPEATS” POLICY for several years (due to slow YouTube upload speeds)

My original plan in 2012 was to camcord and upload to YouTube, the following list of lecture sets  first (here). However, I had second thoughts, so that now, I have resolved not to video any “repeats” (i.e. lecture sets on the same topic, at the same (year) level, by a different author) for quite a while (e.g. a decade), preferring to video just one example of a topic at a given year level, so that I can cover the main MPC topics of the 4 grad years (M1, M2, PhD1, PhD2) in well less than a decade, rather than several decades. I’m noticing that my biggest bottleneck is the upload speed of my videos to YouTube. I can only upload (using my computer 24/7 on uploading) about one hour’s camcording per day, maximum. This determines my maximum output of  videoed lecturing. If I’m to educate people to PhD level competence in MPC in a few years, I dont have the luxury of making “repeats.”  They will have to wait for Moore’s Law to work  its magic on upload speeds to YouTube in the future. For the moment, it takes me about 4 to 5 hours to upload 10 mins of video clip to YouTube during the day (China’s day) and about 2.5 hours late at night. This is the major constraint I have to live with,  unless some of you have a good idea on how  I can increase the upload rate. Ideas anyone? (Reply please to profhugodegaris@yahoo.com)

YouTube Upload Speeds No Longer a Problem (Note added Sept 2012)

I discovered that its possible to upload about 8 or so video clips of about a dozen minutes each by opening the same number of windows to YouTube as clips to be uploaded and putting one clip per window. Each of them uploads in about 2 to 3 hours, so the whole batch is done within that time, so the 2-3 hour upload time per clip is offset by the fact that multiple clips can be uploaded in parallel. The bottleneck now is the  preprocessing  time with Microsoft’s Movie  Maker software, that  takes me 1-2 hours per clip. If someone can suggest a faster way to preprocess my movie clips to be  uploaded to YouTube,  Id be  grateful to hear from you.

Compression?  

Ive been emailed by a telecom expert who claims I  may be able  to compress my videos before sending them off to YouTube. This might help things a lot. I  might  even be able to compress HD (high definition) video  files and upload them in about the same time, that it now  takes me to upload STD (standard resolution) video files.  It was my original  intention to make HD videos of my lectures. HD is so much sexier than foggy STD, but HD takes all day to upload a single 10 minute video clip.

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A “CORE COURSES” POLICY for several years (to reach PhD2 level within a several years, not a decade)

In addition to the “no repeats” policy above, I will also pursue a “Core Courses” policy, namely lecturing at first only on topics considered to be essential to the aims of deGarisMPC, i.e. to teach MPC topics to PhD2 level, and at such a rate that PhD2 level courses are camcorded, and uploaded to YouTube within say 2-3 years rather than a decade. To do this only essential MPC courses will be taught, and only one course per topic per year level. This policy will greatly reduce the number of courses to be taught to reach PhD2 level fairly quickly, and then in later years, less “essential” MPC courses can be taught, and later still, repeats.

For a list of these CORE COURSES, and the TIME SEQUENCE in which they will be camcorded and uploaded to YouTube over the next decade, click (here).

These Core Courses number about 120, and will take me about 6-8 years to make and upload to YouTube.  Their statistics are as follows (as can be seen in the link two lines above.) 
 
Pure Math  (Number of Courses at each Year Level)
(Jun/Sen  11), (M1 12), (M2 18), (PhD1 6), (PhD2 2) , (Total  50)
 
Math Physics  (Number of Courses at each Year Level)
(Jun/Sen  4), (M1 9), (M2 16), (PhD1 17), (PhD2 14) , (Total 60)
 
Computer Theory  (Number of Courses at each Year Level)
(Jun/Sen  2), (M1 4), (M2 3), (Total  9)
 
Approx Totals (MathPhysComp)
(Jun/Sen  17), (M1 25), (M2 37), (PhD1 23), (PhD2 16)  (TOTAL 118)
 
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HD (High Definition) Video Experiments and a Readable White Board

I am very conscious that my biggest problem, due indirectly to the very slow  upload speed of YouTube, is the fuzziness of the  writing on  my white board as I give  lectures. At the very beginning  I tried uploading  a 10 minute HD (high definition) video  clip to YouTube and it took literally  half a day. So  I switched back to standard resolution (STD). This made the upload time 4 to 5 hours for a 10 minute clip during the (Chinese) day and 3 hours at night. This was more reasonable, but there was a price to be paid and that was the fuzziness of the writing on  the white board. I have adapted to some extent, with bigger letters, filming during  the day time rather  than at night,  using a bigger, cleaner white board etc

However, these are mere stopgap  measures. What I really  need to do now  is to film always in HD (high definition) ,  and then  compress the video BEFORE uploading it to YouTube. I have a friend who is  now doing some trials on  this. I sent him an HD video of me lecturing, with equations  on the white board, to see how they look after the compression. Hopefully this way,  it will be  possible for  people  to  see my writing clearly AND I  can upload in a reasonable time. If this approach  works, it will be  a win win. Stay tuned. Experiments are underway.

Experimental Results

I filmed in Sony Camcorder HD (HiDefn) and then with  the help of a friend used Microsoft’s Movie Maker software to compress the HD video  into two formats, one with 720 lines, and the other with 480 lines, and then uploaded both to YouTube to see how they looked. The critical factor being of course, the  readability of the writing  on the white board, whose fuzziness has been the biggest complaint of my viewers. Here are the links to YouTube. See (literally) what you  think.

The 720P version (here)

The 480P version (here).

Hence, as of     July 16th 2012,

all videos to be uploaded to YouTube start off as -compressed- HD (high  definition) files, which should make  the writing  on  the white board more readable,  less fuzzy.

Im not sure what conversion YouTube applies to them once uploaded, but the final result you can  see a few lines above and with all future videos uploaded to YouTube for the “deGarisMPC” site.

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“Introducing Your Professor and deGarisMPC” VIDEO

Watch this nine part video (of about 10 mins each) to be introduced to Prof. Dr. Hugo de Garis and to see what you could get out of these deGarisMPC YouTube video lectures on graduate (Masters and PhD) level Pure Math, Math Physics and Computer Theory topics. These videos were the first that I sent to YouTube. I had to cut this 90 minute (standard definition) introductory video lecture into uploadable chunks. From China it is taking me about 5 hours to upload a 10 minute video clip to YouTube.

The very first real deGarisMPC video that I uploaded shows the setup I use for these lectures, i.e. a white board hung on my bookcases.  This 20 second video can be seen at this (link) uploaded (May 15 2012)

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Playlist (list)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part1of9  (link)  uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part2of9 (link)  uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part3of9  (link)  uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part4of9 (link)   uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part5of9 (link)  uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part6of9 (link)   uploaded (May 18 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part7of9 (link)   uploaded (May 19 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part8of9 (link)    uploaded (May 19 2012)

Intro_deGarisMPC_part9of9 (link)    uploaded (May 19 2012)

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Recently (or Soon to be) Uploaded Courses (in Order Shown)

The following list contains links to video lecture sets (courses) on YouTube that were uploaded recently. It also lists the undergrad level  courses to be videoed over the next year or two. These undergrad courses were thought  to be essential prerequisites for the  graduate level courses that depend on  them.

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1)   (Pure Math)   Finite Group Theory (Jun, Sen, Barnard)  (link)      uploaded  (May 20 – July 10 2012, 7 weeks)

2)   (Math Physics)   Quantum Mechanics (Sen, Davies)  (link)      CURRENTLY UPLOADING (from July 10)

3)   (Computer Theory)  Theory of Computation (Sen, M1, Sipser)  (link)   CURRENTLY UPLOADING (from Sept 8)

4)   (Math Physics)   Special Relativity (Jun, Sen, French)   (link)          not yet videoed

5)   (Pure Math)  Complex Analysis (Sen, M1, Brown)  (link        not yet videoed

6)   (Math Physics)   Particle Physics (Sen, M1, Perkins)   (link)          not yet videoed

7)   (Pure Math)  Linear Algebra (Jun, Sen, Lang)   (link      not yet videoed

8)   (Pure Math)  Knot Theory (Sen, Sossinsky)  (link)        not yet videoed

9)   (Math Physics)   Electromagnetic Theory ( Sen, xx)  (link)       not yet videoed

10)   (Pure Math)  Abstract Algebra (Sen, Fraleigh)    (link       not yet videoed

11)   (Math Physics)   Quantum Electrodynamics  (Sen, Feynman)  (link       not yet videoed

12)   (Pure Math)  Vector Analysis (Sen, Spiegel)  (link)       not yet videoed

13)   (Pure Math) Differential Forms (Sen, M1, Weintraub)  (link      not yet videoed

14)   (Math Physics)  Statistical Mechanics (Sen, xx)  (link)        not yet videoed

15)   (Pure Math)  Differential Geometry in 3D (Sen, M1, Lipschutz)   (link)        not yet videoed

16)   (Pure Math)  General Topology (Sen, M1, Lipschutz)  (link)       not yet videoed

17)   (Pure Math)  Hyperbolic Geometry (Sen, M1, Anderson)  (link)       not yet videoed

18)   (Pure Math)  Ring Theory (Sen, M1, Irving)  (link)       not yet videoed

19)   (Pure Math)  Analytic Number Theory (Sen, M1, Stopple)  (link)       not yet videoed

20)   (Pure Math)  Transfinite Numbers (Sen, M1, xx)  (link)        not yet videoed

21)   (Pure Math)  Galois Theory (Sen, M1, Stewart)  (link       not yet videoed

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ALL Uploaded Courses

The following list contains links to ALL video lecture sets (courses) on YouTube that have been fully uploaded.

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1)   (Pure Math)   Finite Group Theory (Jun, Sen, Barnard)  (link     uploaded  (May 20 – July 10 2012, 7 weeks)

2)   (Math Physics)   Quantum Mechanics (Sen, Davies)  (link)      CURRENTLY UPLOADING (from July 10)

3)   (Computer Theory)  Theory of Computation (Sen, M1, Sipser)  (link)   CURRENTLY UPLOADING (from Sept 8)

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MAKING A DONATION

If you like what deGarisMPC stands for, i.e. providing YouTube lectures in graduate level (Ms & PhD) Pure Math, Math Physics, and Computer Theory, so that the planet can teach itself to a PhD level of competence in these subjects for FREE, then perhaps you would be willing to make a donation to deGarisMPC, to cover expenses such as white boards, felt tip pens, maybe a smart board, etc, then you can click on one of the “donate” buttons below  and make your donation. I am uploading to YouTube 24/7 which puts a heavy load on the hard disk. I expect to have to replace it once a year or two. It would be nice if donations could pay for my new computers. (Note: Don’t be puzzled if you see a Chinese name pop up when you make a donation. Its my wife’s. The Chinese will not give me a credit card, because “You’re a foreigner!” so I was unable to set up my own PayPal account. )

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PURE MATHEMATICS  (in alphabetical order)

Abstract Algebra (Sen, Fraleigh)   (link)       not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (Sen, Lang)   (link)        not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Hungerford)   (link)         not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Adkins)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Jacobson)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Isaacs)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Ash)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, Grove)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (Sen, M1, Artin)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, van der Waerden I)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M1, van der Waerden II)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M2, Lang)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M2, Manes)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Abstract Algebra (M2, Pierce)  (link)          not yet videoed

Algebraic Geometry (M1, Smith)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Geometry (M2, Harris)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Geometry (M2, Kendig)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Geometry (M2, Iitaka)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Geometry (M2, PhD, Hartshorne)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Geometry (PhD, Griffiths)  (link)           not yet videoed

Algebraic Groups (M2, Hochschild) (link)           not yet videoed

        Algebraic Groups (M2, Humphreys) (link)           not yet videoed

Algebraic K-Theory (PhD, Milnor)  (link        not yet videoed

        Algebraic K-Theory (PhD, Ji)  (link)          not yet videoed

Algebraic Topology (M1, Munkres)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Fulton)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Rotman)  (link        not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Lee)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Bredon)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Maunder)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1, Massey)  (link         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M1,2, Wallace)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M2, Hatcher)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M2, Massey basic)  (link         not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M2, Dold)  (link        not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M2, May)  (link)        not yet videoed

        Algebraic Topology (M2, Vick)  (link         not yet videoed

Analysis (M1, Brown) (link)         not yet videoed

        Analysis (M1, Beals ) (link)         not yet videoed

        Analysis (M2, Pedersen) (link)          not yet videoed

        Analysis (M2, Lang) (link         not yet videoed

Analytic Number Theory/Riemann Hypothesis (Jun, Sen, Derbyshire)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Analytic Number Theory/Riemann Hypothesis (Sen, M1, Stopple)  (link        not yet videoed

Braid Groups (M1) 

Calabi-Yau Manifolds/Mirror Symmetry (“Mathics”) (PhD, Gross) (link)          not yet videoed

Category Theory (M2, Mac Lane)  (link)          not yet videoed

Chaitin (M1, Conv) (link)          not yet videoed

        Chaitin (M1, Limits) (link)          not yet videoed

        Chaitin (M1, Unknow) (link         not yet videoed

        Chaitin (M1, Meta) (link         not yet videoed

        Chaitin (M2, AlgInfTh) (link)         not yet videoed

        Chaitin (M2, InfThIncmp) (link         not yet videoed

Classical Chaos (Sen, M1)

Clifford and Grassmann Algebras (M1)

Cobordisms (PhD) 

Combinatorics (M1, Graver) (link         not yet videoed

Commutative Algebra (M2, Zariski 1)  (link        not yet videoed

        Commutative Algebra (M2, Zariski 2)  (link        not yet videoed

        Commutative Algebra (M2, Eisenbud)  (link)         not yet videoed

Complex Analysis (Sen, M1, Brown)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Complex Analysis (M2, Berenstein)  (link        not yet videoed

        Complex Analysis (M2, Remmert)  (link)         not yet videoed

Complex (and Kahler) Manifolds (M1,2, Wells)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Complex (and Kahler) Manifolds (M2, Schafarevich)  (link        not yet videoed

        Complex (and Kahler) Manifolds (PhD, Fritsche)  (link        not yet videoed

        Complex (and Kahler) Manifolds (PhD, Kodaira)  (link        not yet videoed

Differentiable Manifolds (M2, Lang)  (link)        not yet videoed

        Differentiable Manifolds (M2, Auslander)  (link        not yet videoed

        Differentiable Manifolds (M2, Boothby)  (link        not yet videoed

        Differentiable Manifolds (M2, Warner)  (link)         not yet videoed

Differential Forms (Sen, M1, Weintraub) (link)         not yet videoed

        Differential Forms (M1, Darling) (link        not yet videoed

        Differential Forms (M2, Bott) (link         not yet videoed

        Differential Forms (M2, Cartan) (link)         not yet videoed

Differential Geometry in 3D  (Sen, M1, Lipschutz)   (link)          not yet videoed

Differential Geometry (M1, Berger)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Differential Geometry (M2, Lang)  (link            not yet videoed

        Differential Geometry (M2, Chern)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Differential Geometry (M2, Walschap)  (link)            not yet videoed

Differential Topology (M2, Wallace)   (link            not yet videoed

        Differential Topology (M2, Guillemin)   (link            not yet videoed

        Differential Topology (M2, Hirsch)   (link           not yet videoed

        Differential Topology (M2, Milnor)   (link)             not yet videoed

Division Algebras (M2, Conway)  (link            not yet videoed

        Division Algebras (M2, Dixon)  (link            not yet videoed

        Division Algebras (PhD, Saltman)  (link            not yet videoed

        Division Algebras (PhD, Baez)  (link)  <           not yet videoed

Elliptic Curves (M2, Husemoller)  (link            not yet videoed

        Elliptic Curves (M2, Silverman)  (link            not yet videoed

        Elliptic Curves (M2, Koblitz)  (link)             not yet videoed

Einstein’s Unified Field Theory (PhD, Pais)  (link)             not yet videoed

Fiber Bundles (M2, Husemoller) (link)             not yet videoed

        Fiber Bundles (PhD, Steenrod) (link)             not yet videoed

Field Theory (Math)  (M1, Adamson)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Roman)  (link           not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Winter)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Serre, Local)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Lang (link)             not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Washington)  (link            not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Serre, Class)  (link            not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, McCarthy)  (link            not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Morandi)  (link            not yet videoed

        Field Theory (Math)  (M2, Jacobson 3)  (link)             not yet videoed

Finite Group Theory (Jun, Sen, Barnard)  (link          uploading completed  (July 10 2012)

        Finite Group Theory (Sen, M1, Humphreys)  (link           not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M2, Kurzweil)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (PhD, Aschbacher)  (link)           not yet videoed 

        Finite Group Theory (Sen, Armstrong)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (Sen M1, Ledermann)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Scott)  (link           not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Rose)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M2, Robinson)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Zassenhaus)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Kargapolov)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Rotman)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Dixon)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Kaplansky)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Group Theory (M1, Sagan)  (link)             not yet videoed

Finite Simple Groups (Sen Ronan)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (M1 aschbacher)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD aschbacher Finite Groups)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 aschbacher Sporadic Groups)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD frenkel) 

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD conway) 

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 1)

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 2)

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 3)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 4)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 5

        Finite Simple Groups (PhD2 gorenstein 6

Fourier Analysis (Sen, M1)

Functional Analysis (M2, Berberian) (link           not yet videoed

        Functional Analysis (M2, Brown)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Functional Analysis (M2, Diestel)  (link           not yet videoed

        Functional Analysis (M2, Halmos)  (link           not yet videoed

        Functional Analysis (M2, Holmes)  (link           not yet videoed

        Functional Analysis (M2, Weidmann)  (link           not yet videoed

Galois Theory (Sen, M1, Stewart)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Galois Theory (M1,2, Morandi)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Galois Theory (M1, Rotman)  (link)             not yet videoed

General Topology (Sen, M1, Lipschutz)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Topology (M1, Armstrong)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Topology (M1, Berge)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Topology (M1, Kelley)  (link            not yet videoed

        General Topology (M2, PhD, Novikov)  (link)             not yet videoed

Godel on Philosophy and Mathematics (M2, Wang)  (link)             not yet videoed

Graph Theory (M1,2)

Hodge Theory (PhD, de Cataldo)  (link)            not yet videoed

Homological Algebra (M2, Osborne)   (link            not yet videoed

        Homological Algebra (M2, Hilton)   (link            not yet videoed

        Homological Algebra (M2, Weibel)   (link           not yet videoed

Homology/Cohomology (M2, Hilton)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (M2, Dubrovin)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (M2, Goldberg)   (link            not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (M2, Madsen)   (link)           not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (M2, Massey)   (link)           not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (M2, Brown)   (link            not yet videoed

        Homology/Cohomology (Floer Homology) (M2)   

Homotopy Theory (M2, Cohen) (link           not yet videoed

        Homotopy Theory (M2, Whitehead) (link           not yet videoed

Hopf Algebras (PhD, Abe) (link           not yet videoed

Hyperbolic Geometry (Sen, M1, Anderson)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Hyperbolic Geometry (M2, Ratcliffe)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Hyperbolic Geometry (M2, Beardon)   (link)             not yet videoed

Incompleteness Theorems (Godel, Chaitin, etc)  (Sen, M1, Nagel)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Incompleteness Theorems (Godel, Chaitin, etc)  (PhD, Godel)  (link)             not yet videoed

Information and Coding Theory (M1, Roman) (link            not yet videoed

Jordan Algebras (PhD, Jacobson)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Jordan Algebras (PhD, McCrimmon)  (link)             not yet videoed

Kac-Moody Algebras (PhD, Kac) (link)             not yet videoed

        Kac-Moody Algebras (PhD, Wakimoto) (link            not yet videoed

Knot Theory (Sen, Sossinsky)  (link            not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M1, Lickorish)  (link            not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M1, Cromwell)  (link            not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M2, Prasolov)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M2, Kreimer)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M2, Crowell)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (M2, Kauffman, Formal)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (PhD, Kauffman)  (link            not yet videoed

        Knot Theory (PhD2, Atiyah)  (link            not yet videoed

Lie Algebras (M1, Pfeifer) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M1, Cahn) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M2, Serre) (link           not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M2, Goto) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M2, Humphreys) (link)            not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M2, Winter) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Algebras (M2, Kaplansky) (link            not yet videoed

Lie Groups (M1, Baker) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M1, Curtis) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M1, Rossman) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M1, Cohn) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Bump) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Adams) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Hsiang) (link           not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Knapp) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Duistermaat) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (M2, Adams Exc) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (PhD, Chevalley)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups (PhD, Weyl)  (link            not yet videoed

Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M1, Hall) (link           not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M1, Belinfante) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M1, Carter) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Fulton) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Sagle) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Varadarajan) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Knapp) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Bourbaki 1-3) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Bourbaki 4-6) (link            not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Bourbaki 7-9) (link)             not yet videoed

        Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (M2, Helgason ) (link           not yet videoed

Linear Algebra (Jun, Sen, Lang)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Linear Algebra (M1, Jacobson 2)   (link            not yet videoed

Manifold Theory (M2, Bishop)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (M2, Dubrovin)  (link            not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (M2. Lee)  (link           not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (3-Manifolds) (PhD2, Kronheimer) (link)            not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (3-Manifolds) (PhD2, Matveev) (link           not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (4-Manifolds) (PhD, Donaldson) (link           not yet videoed

        Manifold Theory (4-Manifolds) (PhD, Freedman) (link           not yet videoed

Mathematical Logic (M1, Mendelson)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Mathematical Logic (M1, Barnes)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Mathematical Logic (M2, Monk)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Mathematical Logic (M2, Manin)  (link)             not yet videoed

Measure Theory (M1, Halmos)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Measure Theory (M2, Doob)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Measure Theory (M2, Kelley)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Measure Theory (M2, Oxtoby)  (link)           not yet videoed

Metamathematics (M2, Shankar) (link           not yet videoed

Moduli Spaces (M2) 

Monstrous Moonshine (PhD)

Morse Theory (PhD, Nicolaescu) (link           not yet videoed

        Morse Theory (PhD, Milnor) (link           not yet videoed

Nonassociative Algebras (M2, Schafer) (link           not yet videoed

Noncommutative Geometry (PhD, Khalkhali) (link)            not yet videoed

        Noncommutative Geometry (PhD, Madore) (link           not yet videoed

        Noncommutative Geometry (PhD, Connes) (link)            not yet videoed

Number Theory (M1, Ebbinghaus) (link)            not yet videoed

        Number Theory (M2, Apostol) (link           not yet videoed

        Number Theory (M2, Cohen) (link           not yet videoed

        Number Theory (M2, Davenport) (link)           not yet videoed

        Number Theory (M2, Edwards) (link)           not yet videoed

        Number Theory (M2, Ireland) (link           not yet videoed

Philosophy of Mathematics (M1, Russell) (link           not yet videoed

        Philosophy of Mathematics (M2, Benacerraf) (link)            not yet videoed

        Philosophy of Mathematics (M2, Hintikka) (link)            not yet videoed

Quantum Groups  (M1,2, Majid)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Quantum Groups  (M2, Kassel)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Groups  (PhD, Majid)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Groups  (PhD, Fuchs)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Groups  (PhD, Chari)  (link)             not yet videoed

Random Matrices (M2, Mehta)  (link)           not yet videoed

Representation Theory (M1, James)   (link)            not yet videoed

        Representation Theory (M1, Alperin)   (link           not yet videoed

        Representation Theory (M1, Brocker)   (link           not yet videoed

        Representation Theory (M2. Isaacs)   (link)            not yet videoed

        Representation Theory (M2, Serre)   (link)            not yet videoed

Riemann Surfaces (M1,2, Springer)  (link)           not yet videoed

        Riemann Surfaces (M2, Lehto)  (link           not yet videoed

        Riemann Surfaces (M2, Farkas)  (link)            not yet videoed

Riemann Zeta Function (M1, Koblitz)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Riemann Zeta Function (M2, Edwards)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Riemann Zeta Function (M2, Titchmarsh)  (link           not yet videoed

        Riemann Zeta Function (M2, Patterson)  (link           not yet videoed

Riemannian Geometry (M2, Lee)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Riemannian Geometry (PhD, Petersen)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Riemannian Geometry (PhD, Chavel)   (link           not yet videoed

Ring Theory (Sen, M1, Irving)   (link            not yet videoed

        Ring Theory (M2, Lam)   (link           not yet videoed

        Ring Theory (M2, Herstein)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Ring Theory (M2, Goodearl)   (link            not yet videoed

        Ring Theory (M2, Anderson)   (link           not yet videoed

        Ring Theory (M2, Gillman)   (link           not yet videoed

Set Theory (M1, Takeuti, 1)  (link)             not yet videoed

      Set Theory (M1, Takeuti, 2)  (link)             not yet videoed

Statistical Theory (Sen, M1)

Supermanifolds (PhD)   (link            not yet videoed

Tensor Calculus (M1, Kay)  (link)             not yet videoed

Transfinite Numbers (M1,2)

Twistors (M2)

Vector Analysis (Jun, Sen)  

Vertex Algebras (PhD)

Young Tableaux (M2,Fulton)   (link)            not yet videoed

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MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS (in alphabetical order)

Anthropic Principle (M2, Barrow)  (link)             not yet videoed

Anyon Physics (PhD, Wilczek)  (link            not yet videoed

        Anyon Physics (PhD, Imry)  (link            not yet videoed

        Anyon Physics (PhD, Khare)  (link            not yet videoed

        Anyon Physics (PhD, Lerda)  (link            not yet videoed

Black Hole Theory (Sen, M1, Taylor (link            not yet videoed

        Black Hole Theory (M2, PhD, Frolov)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Black Hole Theory (PhD, Chandrasekhar)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Black Hole Theory (PhD, Joshi (link)             not yet videoed

        Black Hole Theory (PhD2, Fre)  (link            not yet videoed

Brane Physics (PhD2, Bruzzo)  (link)           not yet videoed

Chern-Simons Field Theory (PhD2, Hu) (link)             not yet videoed

        Chern-Simons Field Theory (PhD2, Guadagnini) (link)             not yet videoed

Classical Mechanics (Sen, M1, Goldstein)   (link)             not yet videoed

        Classical Mechanics (Sen, M1, Greiner)   (link           not yet videoed

Classical to from Quantum (PhD, Giulini) (link            not yet videoed

        Classical to from Quantum (PhD, Adler) (link)             not yet videoed

Condensed Matter Field Theory (M2, Altland(link)            not yet videoed

        Condensed Matter Field Theory (PhD, Tsvelik) (link            not yet videoed

Condensed Matter Physics (M2, Chaikin) (link)             not yet videoed

        Condensed Matter Physics (M2, Taylor) (link            not yet videoed

Conformal Field Theory (CFT)  (PhD, di Francesco)  (link)             not yet videoed

Cosmic Strings (PhD2, Vilenkin)  (link)           not yet videoed

Cosmology (M2, Weinberg)  (link            not yet videoed

Direction of Time (M2)

Electromagnetism (Sen, M1)

Einstein’s Unified Field Theory (PhD, Pais) (link)             not yet videoed

General Relativity (M1,  Foster)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M1, Hartle)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M2, d’Inverno)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M2 Hall)  (link            not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M2, Lightman)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M2, Misner)  (link)             not yet videoed

        General Relativity (M2, Torretti)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Relativity (PhD, Carmeli)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Relativity (PhD, Hawking)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Relativity (PhD, Wald)  (link           not yet videoed

        General Relativity (PhD, Wesson)  (link         not yet videoed

        General Relativity (PhD, Weyl)  (link)         not yet videoed

Grand Unified Theories (GUTs) (M2, PhD)

Instantons (M2)

Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Sen, Mehra) (link)   not yet videoed

         Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (Sen, Aczel) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Sen, Bruce) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Sen, Squires) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Sen, Rosenblum) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M1, Styer) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M1, Bell, Speakable) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M1, Greenstein) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M1, Baggott, Meaning) (link)   not yet videoed 

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M1, Penrose) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Popper) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Omnes, Philosophy) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Bohm, Causality) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Bohm, Wholeness) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Maudlin) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Reichenbach) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Norris) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy) (M1, Jammer) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Measurement) (M2, Mittelstaedt) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Measurement) (M2, Alter) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Measurement) (M2, Healey) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Measurement) (M2, Busch) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Measurement) (M2, Braginsky) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics   (Measurement) (M2, Wheeler) (link  not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Ellis) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Holland) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, d’Espagnat) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Aharonov) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Jammer, Conceptual) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Bell, Foundations) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Bertlmann) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Bohm, Undivided) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Grib) (link  not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (M2, Redhead) (link)   not yet videoed

        Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics  (Philosophy)  (M2, Butterfield) (link  not yet videoed

Lattice Gauge Theory (PhD, Montvay) (link)          not yet videoed

        Lattice Gauge Theory (PhD, Creutz) (link)          not yet videoed

        Lattice Gauge Theory (PhD, Smit) (link         not yet videoed

        Lattice Gauge Theory (PhD, Bunk) (link        not yet videoed

Loop Quantum Gravity (LQG) (PhD, Rovelli)   (link         not yet videoed

Many-Particle Physics (M2, Mahan) (link         not yet videoed

M-Theory (PhD2, Kaku)  (link)          not yet videoed

        M-Theory (PhD2, Duff)  (link         not yet videoed

        M-Theory (PhD2, Baulieu)  (link        not yet videoed

Nuclear Physics (M1, Heyde)   (link)         not yet videoed

Optics (Sen, M1, Jenkins)  (link      not yet videoed

        Optics (M1, Goodman)  (link         not yet videoed

Particle Physics (Sen, M1, Perkins)   (link)          not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (M1,2, Kane)   (link         not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (M2, Cottingham)   (link         not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (M2, Seiden)   (link         not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (PhD, Huang)   (link        not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (PhD, Mosel)   (link         not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (PhD, Halzen)   (link)          not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (PhD,Yndurain  (link        not yet videoed

        Particle Physics (PhD, Donoghue  (link         not yet videoed

Physics and Deism (Sen)

Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Frankel)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Schutz)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Benn)  (link        not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Wang)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Isham)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Lam)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Felsager)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Differential Geometry (M2, Fecko)  (link         not yet videoed

Physics and Group Theory (M2, Weyl) (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Sternberg) (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Ludwig) (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Heine) (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Ma)

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Ma problems) (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Tung) (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Tung, problems) (link        not yet videoed

        Physics and Group Theory (M2, Hamermesh) (link)          not yet videoed

Physics and Lie Theory (M1 Jones)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Lipkin) (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory  (M1, Sattinger) (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Wybourne)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Goergi)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Greiner)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Cornwell I)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M1, Cornwell II)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M2, Fuchs)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Lie Theory (M2, de Azcarraga)  (link)         not yet videoed

Physics and Math Methods (M1, Hassani)  (link)        not yet videoed

Physics and Topology (M1, Monastyrsky)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Physics and Topology (M2, Nakahara)  (link         not yet videoed

        Physics and Topology (PhD, Nash)  (link)          not yet videoed

Preons/Rishons (M2)

Quantum Chaos (M2)

Quantum Chemistry (M1)

        Quantum Chemistry (M2)

Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD)  (M2, PhD, Greiner)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD)  (PhD, Muta)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD)  (PhD, Smilga)  (link)             not yet videoed

Quantum Electrodynamics (QED)  (Sen, Feynman, QED)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Electrodynamics (QED)  (M1,2, Greiner)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Electrodynamics (QED)  (M2, Feynman)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Electrodynamics (QED)  (M2, PhD, Jauch)  (link)             not yet videoed

Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (M1, Zee)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (M1,2, Mandl)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (M2, Kaku)  (link           not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( PhD, Itzykson)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Ryder)  (link           not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Weinberg I)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Weinberg II (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Mandl, rev)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Ramond)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Peskin)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Salmhofer)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Maggiore)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Feynman 62)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Deligne)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Ticciati)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Sterman)  (link           not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, Feynman 42 (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Banks)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, Feynman Path)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, t Hooft)  (link            not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Veltman)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Das)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Roepstorff)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Schwinger I)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Schwinger II (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Schwinger III (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) ( M2, PhD, Roman)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (PhD, Bertlmann)  (link         not yet videoed

Quantum Gauge Theory (M2, Moriyasu) (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (M2, Bailin)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (M2, Frampton)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (M2, Scharf)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (PhD, Aitchison)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (PhD, Cheng)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (PhD, Guidry)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (PhD, Makeenko)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (PhD, Pokorski (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Gauge Theory (Philosophy) (PhD, Healey)  (link)          not yet videoed

Quantum Gravity (PhD2, Ambjorn) (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gravity (PhD2, Carlip) (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Gravity (PhD2, Gambina) (link)         not yet videoed

Quantum Hall Effect (QHE) (M1,2)

Quantum Mechanics  (Basic Text) (Sen, Griffiths)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Davies)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Rae)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, MIT (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Berkeley)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Schaum)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Zettili)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Liboff (link        not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Basic Text) (Sen, Greiner)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Peres)  (link        not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Schiff)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Heisenberg)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Dirac)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Bohm)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text(M1, Born)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Merzbacher)  (link        not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Dicke)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Sakurai)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Mandl)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Ballentine)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Classic Text) (M1, Messiah)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Landau)  (link        not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text)  (M2, Sakurai)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Greiner)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Schwabl)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Scadron)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Dittrich)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Yourgrau)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Advanced Text) (M2, Eisele)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Math Principles) (M2, Mackey)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Math Principles) (M2, Jordan)  (link        not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Math Principles) (M2, Lawden)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Math Principles) (M2, Jauch)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Angular Momentum) (M2, Chaichian)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Angular Momentum) (M2, Edmonds)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Angular Momentum) (M2, Rose)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Exercises) (M2, Squires)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Exercises) (M2, Goldman)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (Exercises) (M2, Constantinescu)  (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Mechanics (PhD, von Neumann)  (link         not yet videoed

Quantum Optics (M2, Paul)   (link         not yet videoed

        Quantum Optics (M2, Bachor)   (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Optics (M2, Loudon)   (link         not yet videoed

Relativistic Quantum Theory (M1, Greiner)  (link         not yet videoed

        Relativistic Quantum Theory (M2, Gross)  (link         not yet videoed

        Relativistic Quantum Theory (M2, Bjorken)  (link)        not yet videoed

        Relativistic Quantum Theory (M2, Schweber)  (link         not yet videoed

Renormalization Group (M2, Benfatto)  (link)          not yet videoed

Seiberg-Witten Theory (M2, PhD, Morgan)  (link         not yet videoed

        Seiberg-Witten Theory (PhD, Nicolaescu)  (link         not yet videoed

Special Relativity (Jun, Sen, French)   (link)          not yet videoed

        Special Relativity (Jun, Sen, Bondi)   (link         not yet videoed

        Special Relativity (M1, Reichenbach)   (link)          not yet videoed

Spinors (M2, Carmeli)  (link)          not yet videoed

Statistical Field Theory (PhD, Itzykson)   (link)          not yet videoed

Statistical Mechanics (M1, Bowley)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Statistical Mechanics (PhD, Cardy)  (link)         not yet videoed

String Theory (Simplified)  (M1, Zwiebach)   (link)          not yet videoed

String Theory (PhD2, Witten)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Polchinski)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Kaku)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Johnson)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Ortin)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Hatfield)    (link)         not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Barbashov)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Siegel)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Dine)    (link)          not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Szabo)    (link        not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Bailin)    (link         not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, Bongaarts)   (link         not yet videoed

        String Theory (PhD2, de Vega)   (link        not yet videoed

Supergravity (PhD2, Duff) (link)          not yet videoed

Supersymmetry (M2, Aichison) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Wess ) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Dine) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Freed) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Mohapatra) (link)          not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Weinberg) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Varadarajan) (link)          not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, West) (link         not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Cornwell 3) (link        not yet videoed

        Supersymmetry (PhD, Lopuszanski) (link         not yet videoed

Technicolor (M2, PhD)

Thermal Field Theory (PhD, Bellac) (link)         not yet videoed

Time Travel (M2, Visser) (link)         not yet videoed

Topological Quantum Field Theory (TQFT) (PhD2, Kock) (link)         not yet videoed

Twistors (PhD)

Weak Interaction Theory (M2, Greiner)  (link)        not yet videoed

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COMPUTER THEORY (in alphabetical order)

Classical Error Detection and Correction (M2)

Computability (M1, Bridges)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Computability (M1, Davis)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Computability (M1, Boolos)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Computability (M1, Homer)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Computability (M2, Davis)  (link)          not yet videoed

Computational Complexity (M1, Bovet)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Computational Complexity (M1, Papadimitriou)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Computational Complexity (M2, Wegener)  (link)          not yet videoed

Quantum Computing (Sen, M1, Audretsch)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1, Benenti)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Alber)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Berman)  (link)         not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Bouwmeester)  (link)        not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Feynman 1)  (link)          not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Feynman 2)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Grams)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Heiss)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Hirvensalo)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Kitaev)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, le Bellac)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Lo)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Meglicki)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Nielsen)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Pavicic)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Pittenger)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Steeb)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Williams)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Stolze)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M1,2, Awschalom)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M2, PhD, Bengtsson)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Quantum Computing (M2, PhD, Brylinski)  (link)             not yet videoed

Reversible Computation / Maxwell’s Demon (M2, Leff)   (link           not yet videoed

Theory of Computation (Sen, Davis)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (Sen, M1, Sipser)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (M1, Lewis)  (link)             not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (M1, Garey)  (link            not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (M1, Hopcroft)  (link           not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (M1, Minsky)  (link           not yet videoed

        Theory of Computation (M1, Salomaa)  (link)             not yet videoed

Topological Quantum Computing (TQC) (M2, PhD)

Turing’s Ideas (M1, M2, Copeland)  (link)            not yet videoed

        Turing’s Ideas  (M2, Herken)  (link           not yet videoed

Von Neumann’s Reproducing Machines (M1)

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Over the years, as the number of lecture sets accumulates, nearly all of them will contain several if not many lectures.

Stay Tuned (but dont hold your breath – this is a long term task – lasting several decades.)

As far as I know, no other (retired) professor is putting up a large lecture series on the web. If so, that makes me the first, so I guess I get to coin the term that labels such people, since it is likely that many profs in the future will soon be doing the same (if not already). Ive chosen the term “freeprofing” for such an activity. That makes me a “freeprof” – Im giving free (advanced) lectures to the world, as my form of benefaction. I dont have money to give away as do normal benefactors, but I can give away my knowledge and my ability to teach it.

This then made me wonder what impact large scale “freeprofing” would have on traditional universities. I believe it will shake them up profoundly. I can imagine admin types will create institutions built around the best courses of the best freeprofers around  the world, granting government accredited university degrees to people who use the freeprofers’ YouTube videos to learn their subjects. These new institutions could arrange for online tutoring and exams to be held. This would  greatly reduce the cost of a tertiary education, world wide – revolutionary!

I’m becoming conscious that what I’m doing with these MPC YouTube  lectures is the “high end” equivalent of what Salman Khan (the Indian American) of the “Khan Academy” (khanacademy.net) is doing at the “low end”, i.e. putting up primary, secondary and undergrad 15 minute YouTube courses on the internet. He uses voice and an e-pad. I use a camcorder and white board, and my lectures last about an hour for adults in the top 1% of IQ (i.e. the preciously valuable “sages” around the world, who otherwise might have their full educations stunted by traditional universities, or even worse, if they are poor 3rd world peasants,  have no university education at all.) Khan has several million (very) young people who watch his mini lecture videos, and schools are starting to use his YouTube videos. I expect to have far fewer “clients”, but of much higher intelligence. Khan and I occupy different educational niches. Soon I will have stiff competition from more brilliant professorial minds at the high end. Higher education is about to be revolutionized, thanks to high definition camcorders, an ever faster internet, and world wide access to it.

As a Globist (see the “Globa(l) State” tag on this website), I dream of helping create a highly educated world. An educated middle class always demands democracy, and democratic countries are far less likely to go to war against each other, hence a fully democratic world will be peaceful (until the “Species Dominance Debate” boils over).  So, these high level camcorder lectures are my contribution to the creation of a fully democratic global state (Globa.) (Unfortunately, in the country I live in, China, the brutal dictatorship of the Chinese government bans access to YouTube and to wordpress.com, so my YouTube videos and Kahn’s are denied to the Chinese. The Chinese government is thus keeping its citizens ignorant, in that regard.)  But, it is likely that Chinese alphas (students in the top percentile of IQ) know how to use a proxy server, so can gain access to these lectures. I’m able, using wordpress.com to look at the number of people per country per day who hit this site. There are hugely disproportionate numbers of hits coming daily from Canada, so I assume most of them are “proxies” from Chinese students.

Cheers, and enjoy.

Prof. Dr. Hugo de Garis

profhugodegaris@yahoo.com

http://profhugodegaris.wordpress.com

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