Anton Kapustin

Caltech
 

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Research interests

My main areas of research are quantum field theory in general, with applications to particle physics and condensed matter theory. I am particularly interested in non-perturbative dualities in field theory and string theory,  supersymmetry,  and Topological Quantum Field Theory.


Research talks


Fermionic phases of matter and spin structures


General interest talks


Quantum Geometry: a reunion of Physics and Math (my popular talk about Maxim Kontsevich's work on Deformation Quantization)


Is Quantum Mechanics Exact? (colloquium talk at Carnegie-Mellon)



Courses 2015-2016


Ph 230abc: Elementary Particle Theory



Courses 2013-2014


Ph 205: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics



Courses 2010-2011


Ph 235bc: Supersymmetry




Courses 2009-2010

Ph 205: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics



Courses 2008-2009

Ph 229b: Advanced Mathematical Methods of Physics


Courses 2007-2008

Ph 205abc: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics


Courses 2005-2006

Ph 205abc: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics


Courses 2004-2005


Ph 229abc: Advanced Mathematical Methods of Physics


Courses 2003-2004


Ph 230ab:  Elementary Particle Theory
 
 


Courses 2002-2003


Ph 229: Advanced Mathematical Methods of Physics


 

 

Russian School “Karandash” – physics HW

 

 

Nikolai Kapustin’s orchestral music

 

 

 


kapustin@theory.caltech.edu
California Institute of Technology, 452-48, Pasadena, CA 91125
Phone: (626) 395-2625
Fax: (626) 568-8473