resources
Various notes, slides, etc. I keep here in case anyone finds them useful.
 Undergraduate Physics in a Hurry: I wrote these notes in 2019 to prepare for the preliminary exam in physics that all physics Ph.D. students at Princeton take. It’s a rapidfire review of mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics, with around 120 worked example problems. I am in the process of turning this into a book with Princeton Press, coauthored with Andy Leifer. When that is complete, the draft version will no longer be available here.
 Mathematica Hogwarts: Becoming a Wizard: The Mathematica notebook for a workshop I taught during Princeton’s Wintersession. Here is a version with the exercises solved.
 Introduction to quantum mechanics: Some notes on quantum mechanics I wrote as an undergraduate for some friends.

Splash: At JHU I taught some math/physics workshops for high school students with Splash. Here are some slides:
 Newton’s Universe: Classical Mechanics
 Fiat Lux: The Beauty of Electromagnetism
 Einstein’s Reality: Space and Time in Modern Physics
 The Story of the Universe
 The Quantum World: A New Kind of Physics
 Emergent Phenomena: The Physics of ManyBody Systems
 Einstein’s Dream: The Theory of Everything
 Alan Turing, World War II, and the Theory of Computation
 Georg Cantor, Kurt Godel, and the Incompleteness of Mathematics
 Albert Einstein, Black Holes, and Gravitational Waves
 Leonhard Euler: Master of us All
 Richard Feynman, the Path Integral, and Least Action Principles
 Evariste Galois and the Solvability of Equations