Professor and Astrophysics Division Head, Department of Physics and MIT Kavli Institute, MIT.
Formerly Class of 1956 Career Development Professor.
Formerly Adam J. Burgasser Chair in Astrophysics.
A schedule of upcoming talks and travel.
My research papers.
S19, S20, S22: 8.962 (graduate general relativity).
F19, F21: 8.033 (undergraduate relativity).
S14, S15, S16, S17, S18: 8.901 (graduate astrophysics I).
F13, F15, F16: 8.07 (electricity and magnetism II).
Past MIT courses:
I have taught 8.022 quite a few times (lectures S04, S05; recitations S03, F03, F05, F08, F14, S21; lecture notes here).
2006 School of Science Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
2005 William W. Buechner Teaching Prize.
I have taught relativity multiple times (undergrad version, 8.033 in F10, F11; and grad version, 8.962 in S06, S07, S08, S09, S19, S20).
Lecture notes for the last iteration of my undergrad version available here; for the grad version here.
Plus some other courses (e.g., 8.04, 8.971).
Even further back: Once upon a time, I taught freshman physics at Caltech; here are notes from that course.
Тогда я вам советую посмотреть на своего президента чтобы увидеть как выглядит настоящий нацист.