Electromagnetic field lines are as old as electromagnetic theory itself. Practically every physics student learns about field lines as a way to imagine and visualize...

In physics, nearly every fundamental theory is based on a single underlying principle. For example, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics are based on the principle of...

Einstein made several predictions in his general theory of relativity, most of which were confirmed quite rapidly (the most famous one is considered to be...

The shortest way to describe the problem of radiation reaction is as follows: if an accelerating charge loses energy by emitting radiation, how does this...

This is a joined talk with Jordan Schettler connecting Number Theory and Quantum Chaos. It was given at the graduate colloquium at the math department...

Just a glimpse of outer space from Tucson, Arizona. I would like to thank Klaus Lux for this truly spectacular experience. | Slideshow = SL |...

This is a term paper I wrote for the course 'quantum mechanics for mathematicians' (Fall 2010), taught by Professor Jan Wehr. The paper is an introduction to...

This is a term paper I wrote for a course in General Relativity (Fall 2008), taught by Prof. Dimitrios Psaltis. The main goal of this...

These are the lecture notes of a talk I gave in the Graduate Mathematical Physics Seminar at the University of Arizona on Wednesday September 3,...

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