This post is mainly a collection of a lot of nice links to Physics related resources. Enjoy! :

**Predrag Cvitanović**:
A nice couple of what the authour calls “*webboks*” are available here.

**African Summer Theory Institute**:
Online, available video lectures, on QFT, Quantum mechanics, Supersymmetry etc. It really is a wonder, why these aren’t more popular. They are available here

And the best for the last …

**John Baez**:
Baez is a mathematical physicist at the university of California. He writes a weekly column on This Week’s Finds in mathematical Physics. Wonderfully written, and a really nice source of information of all sorts. This may require a little bit of maths, but he writes in a lucid and interesting way that even if you’re in your first year, UG, you will definitely learn something from each article, and the good news is there are archives going back to around 200 weeks!

**Mark Sredniki**:
This is a nice QFT book, it’s available online now, soon, it’s going to be taken off after it is published in print, so hurry and get your copy now! [Thanks to Tarun, for pointing this on out]. I’ve seen this once earlier, and it seemed really nice, especially has a nice section on spinors, and dotted & undotted indices, unless I’m confusing it with something else.

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Someone may find the following QFT book (available freely for now) useful too: Mark Srednicki’s QFT book

Hi Tarun, thanks for the link, pretty nifty …

Hello

You recommend interesting courses on Quantum

Field Theory. However, I have a problem

with repeating of the techniques of classical field theory, especially I think about gauge field theories, abelian and non-abelian ones. I studied it about 9 years ago and I forgot many things. I have obviously my notes from the lectures and classes, but I think that some other lectures notes or notes on classes from net will be very helpful. Can you recommend me something that ? I will be very kind.

Bye

Jan

@Jan

A good reference for classical non-abelian gauge theories is the book by Valery Rubakov (Classical Theory of Gauge Fields By Valery Rubakov [Google]).