MATH 6260, Geometry of Quantum Fields, Fall 2021


Dr. Markus Pflaum

Course Contents:

Provides a rigorous treatment of infinite series, sequences of functions and multivariable analysis. Time permitting an introduction to Lebesgue integration and/or Fourier analysis will be given.


Lecture Hours and Venue:

MWF 1:50 p.m. - 2:40 p.m., HUMN 180.

Office Hours:

Mon. 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m., Tue. 2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., and by appointment


Homework assignments will be given here.

Course Project:

In addition to the homework, each student has to work on a course project and write a short paper (around 5 pages) which will be presented in class. A selection of possible topics will be provided here, but you can propose your own project.

Course Grading:

Your grade will be determined from the talk and the course project.

Lecture Notes:

It is planned to create notes (and beyond) of the lectures with the help of interested students.


Folland, G.B., Quantum Field Theory : A Tourist Guide for Mathematicians, AMS (2008).
Takhtajan, L.A., Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians, AMS (2008).
Streater, R.F. and Wightman, A.S., PCT, Spin, Statistics, and All That, Basic Books.

Online Resources:

The CRing Project
The FANCy Project
The Geometry of Classical and Quantum Fields
Last modified: Sun, August 26, 2021