I am currently a graduate student at Michigan State University where I am working in lattice field theory. This page contains some of the class notes I took as a graduate student at MSU and as an undergraduate at Florida State University where I majored in physics and applied/computational mathematics. I am still occasionally updating these notes.
I am an advocate for open science. I would love to write free and open textbooks, but until then, feel free to download, print, and use these class notes and my codes on GitHub.
Graduate Class Notes
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations
Numerical Linear Algebra
Undergraduate Class Notes
Introductory General Physics
Special and General Relativity
Particle and Nuclear Physics
Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics
Computational Physics: Software Notes (e.g. LaTeX, Python, Fortran, etc.)
Trigonometry (MAC 1114)
Pre-calculus Algebra (MAC 1140)
Calculus I, II, and III (MAC 2311, MAC 2312, MAC 2313)
Applied Linear Algebra (MAS 3105)
Mathematical Modeling (MAP 4103)
Introductory Math Statistics I (STA 4321)
Partial Differential Equations I (MAP 4341)
Complex Variables (MAA 4402)
Numerical Analysis / Comp. Physics (MAD 3703, MAD 4704, PHZ 4151)
Real Analysis (MAA 4224)
Numerical Mass Estimates from Correlation Functions in a 4D SU(2) Higgs Model
This is a link to my undergraduate honors thesis.
Lattice Field Theory: An Undergraduate Introduction
I wrote the first part of this document when I was trying to understand lattice field theory during my undergraduate research. I finished this document and submitted it as my final project in my undergraduate particle and nuclear physics course.