Penrose graphical notation
Introduction to Roger Penrose's (2020 Nobel Prize winner in Physics) graphical notation as applied to vector calculus, and an example application to a classical physics problem - deriving wave equation from Maxwell's equations. Prerequisite - familiarity with vector calculus
Continuous Normalizing Flows and Flow Matching
Understanding Generative AI - the Continuous Normalizing Flows and Flow Matching model. In particular, we will take a lightly flavored physics angle of fluid dynamics. Prerequisites - calculus, and basic understanding of generative AI as such
Is reality real - experimentally speaking?
Experimental evidence that the following two things are not true simultaneously - things have clear existence and things interact only adjacently. Experiment for likes of which the 2022 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded. No prerequisite knowledge required
Inventing special relativity
Re-inventing special relativity using simplicity and elegance as guiding principles. No prerequisite knowledge required