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A First Course in String Theory. BARTON ZWIEBACH. Massachusetts Institute of Technology To my parents, Oscar and Betty Zwiebach, with gratitude. Barton Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory .. of having a serious string theory course for undergraduates was first suggested to. A First Course in String Theory. Second Edition. Barton Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory accessible to undergraduates.

About this title Barton Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory accessible to undergraduates. Complete and thorough in its coverage, the author presents the main concepts of string theory in a concrete and physical way in order to develop intuition before formalism, often through simplified and illustrative examples. The text is perfectly suited to introductory courses in string theory for students with a background in mathematics and physics. New sections cover strings on orbifolds, cosmic strings, moduli stabilization, and the string theory landscape. Book Description: Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory accessible to undergraduates. With almost problems and exercises it is perfectly suited for introductory courses for students with a background in physics.

Relativistic quantum closed strings; A look at relativistic superstrings; Part II. Developments: D-branes and gauge fields; String charge and electric charge; T-duality of closed strings; T-duality of open strings; Electromagnetism fields in D-branes; Nonlinear and Born-Infeld electrodynamics; Strong theory and particle physics; String thermodynamics and black holes; Covariant string quantization; String interactions and Riemann surfaces; Loop amplitudes in string theory; References; Index.

This highlights fundamental features of the theory that make it so radically different from theories based on point-like particles. This book makes the subject amenable to undergraduates but it will also appeal greatly to beginning researchers who may be overwhelmed by the standard textbooks.

There has been much demand for a book about string theory at this level, and this one should go a long way towards meeting that demand.

This audience needs a text that goes much further than the popular accounts but without the full technical detail of a graduate text. Zwiebach's book meets this need in a clear and accessible manner. It is well-grounded in familiar physical concepts, and proceeds through some of the most timely and exciting aspects of the subject.

Zwiebach avoids the temptation of including topics that would weigh the book down and make many students rush it back to the shelf and quit the course. String charge and electric charge; T-duality of closed strings; T-duality of open strings; Electromagnetism fields in D-branes; Nonlinear and Born-Infeld electrodynamics; Strong theory and particle physics; String thermodynamics and black holes; Covariant string quantization; String interactions and Riemann surfaces; Loop amplitudes in string theory; References; Index.

With almost problems and exercises it is perfectly suited for introductory courses for students with a background in physics.

This highlights fundamental features of the theory that make it so radically different from theories based on point-like particles. This book makes the subject amenable to undergraduates but it will also appeal greatly to beginning researchers who may be overwhelmed by the standard textbooks. There has been much demand for a book about string theory at this level, and this one should go a long way towards meeting that demand.

This audience needs a text that goes much further than the popular accounts but without the full technical detail of a graduate text.

Zwiebach's book meets this need in a clear and accessible manner. It is well-grounded in familiar physical concepts, and proceeds through some of the most timely and exciting aspects of the subject.

Zwiebach avoids the temptation of including topics that would weigh the book down and make many students rush it back to the shelf and quit the course.

This is not just one more text in the ever-growing canon of popular books on string theory Equipped with this background, the reader can safely start to tackle the books by Green, Schwarz and Witten and by Polchinski.

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