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 rapid-fire 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, co-authored 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.