Symmetries, Particles and Fields 2020-2021A Part III (Master's) level course in Michaelmas term. It covers Lie algebras and groups with applications to particle physics and field theories. The lectures are available on youtube and the course textbook, with expanded explanations and additional algebra can be found here. There is a moodle page for the course (Raven protected).
Dynamics and Relativity (IA) 2022A first year course mathematical tripos course. We will use the excellent notes by David Tong. The moodle page is here
NSTIA Mathematical Methods III (Course B): 2016-2021A first year course for mathematically minded scientists covering linear algebra, vector spaces and partial differential equations.
Quantum Field Theory: 2016-2020A part III (master's) level maths course, largely based on the excellent notes by David Tong and predecessors. Information for examples class tutors
Vector Calculus IA: 2014-2015A part IA (first year) course. The lectures are heavily based on those by Jonathan Evans. Try our printed notes.
Supersymmetry 2010-2015This is a part III course in the Cambridge mathematical tripos. Please advise me of any mistakes etc by email.
Beyond The Standard Model: 2016,2018A set of 3 1.25 hour lectures and discussion sessions given to over 100 experimental PhD students at the CERN-JINR European School of High-Energy Physics
Quantum Field Theory: 2013See a few introductory lectures that I gave for the CERN Summer School Programme (videos/PDFs). See the classic lectures by Dave Tong, whose notes my lectures were based on.
Principles of Quantum Mechanics 2009-2013This is a part II course in the Cambridge mathematical tripos. The lectures/examples sheets are heavily based on the ones written by Jonathan Evans.
The Standard Model 2004-2009This is a part III course in the Cambridge mathematical tripos. Please advise me of any mistakes etc by email. The notes are heavily based on the ones written and evolved by previous lecturers: Ian Drummond, Hugh Osborn, Jonathan Evans, Simon Dalley and Robert Thorne.
Other Standard Model notes: Hugh Osborn