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There a lot of theoretical frameworks you need to deal with in Physics. One of these is the string theory that demonstrates the point-like particles of particle physics.

You are provided in this **[course_title]** with how strings propagate through space and interact with each other. It focuses on holographic duality as a method of approaching and connecting a range of diverse topics such as quantum gravity, exotic condensed matter, etc.

**Assessment**

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

### Course Curriculum

Module 01 | |||

Lecture 1: Emergence of Gravity | 01:31:00 | ||

Lecture 2: Classical Black Hole Geometry | 01:18:00 | ||

Lecture 3: Causal Structure of a Black Hole and Black Hole Temperature | 01:22:00 | ||

Lecture 4: Physical Interpretation of Black Hole Temperature | 01:29:00 | ||

Lecture 5: Black Hole Thermodynamics | 01:20:00 | ||

Module 02 | |||

Lecture 6: Holographic Principle | 01:26:00 | ||

Lecture 7: Structure of Large-N Expansion | 01:23:00 | ||

Lecture 8: Large-N Expansion as a String Theory, Part I | 01:30:00 | ||

Lecture 9: Large-N expansion as a String Theory, Part II | 01:53:00 | ||

Lecture 10: Basics of String Theory and Light-cone Gauge | 01:42:00 | ||

Module 03 | |||

Lecture 11: String Theory in the Light-Cone Gauge | 01:22:00 | ||

Lecture 12: String Spectrum and Graviton | 01:45:00 | ||

Lecture 13: Physics of D-branes, Part I | 01:24:00 | ||

Lecture 14: Physics of D-branes, Part II | 01:52:00 | ||

Lecture 15: Physics of D-branes, Part III | 01:24:00 | ||

Module 04 | |||

Lecture 16: Geometry of D-branes and AdS / CFT Conjecture | 01:49:00 | ||

Lecture 17: More on AdS / CFT Duality | 01:48:00 | ||

Lecture 18: General Aspects of the Duality | 01:25:00 | ||

Lecture 19: Mass-dimension Relation | 01:52:00 | ||

Lecture 20: Euclidean Correlation Functions: Two-point Functions | 01:23:00 | ||

Module 05 | |||

Lecture 21: Euclidean Correlation Functions: Higher-point Functions | 01:20:00 | ||

Lecture 22: Computation of the Wilson Loop | 01:51:00 | ||

Lecture 23: Duality at a Finite Temperature and Finite Chemical Potential | 01:26:00 | ||

Lecture 24: Holographic Entanglement Entropy | 01:57:00 | ||

Assessment | |||

Submit Your Assignment | 00:00:00 | ||

Certification | 00:00:00 |

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