Computer Lab: Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00 c.t. in hybrid form (Zoom & seminar room 4.1.12)
Exercises: Thursday 10:00 - 12:00 c.t. (Zoom)
Zoom coordinates can be found from within the university network here. Please use the UR VPN service if you plan to access this off-site. If you have trouble, send me an email.
You can find the problem sets in the respective chapters of the lecture, linked below.
Each week after the Friday lecture, all homework assignments that were already covered
in the lecture need to be prepared for next Thursday. In the exercise group meeting,
you then mark, which of the exercises you have prepared and you may be asked to present
your solution. If you mark less than 50 per cent of all problems, you will need to pass
a brief oral examination to be admitted to the exam at the end of the lecture.
Chapters:
Chapter 1: path integral formulation of quantum mechanics (Jupyter Notebook, PDF)
Chapter 2: Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 09.11. 10:14)
Chapter 3: statistics of continous variables (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 07.11. 21:00)
Chapter 4: scalar field theory on a lattice (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 02.12. 10:45)
Chapter 5: symmetries of fundamental field theories (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 21.11. 18:30)
Chapter 6: gauge theories on a lattice (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 28.11. 16:30)
Chapter 7: static quark potential and spectrum of pure QCD (Jupyter Notebook, PDF, last update 03.12. 10:11)