Mathematical Physics Research Group
Welcome to the homepage of the Mathematical Physics Research Group at the Department of Mathematics, UTSA.
Mathematics is the universal language of nature and the universe. It is the common ground of all physical theories such as Einstein’s General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Particle Physics, Cosmology, Kinetic Theory and Fluid Mechanics. Mathematical Physics is an interdisciplinary field studying the structures of these physical theories. Its aim is twofold: first, to provide a rigorous mathematical foundation for physics, by turning intuitive physical insight into mathematical proof. Second, to make predictions about the physical universe based on the mathematical features of the theories describing physical reality. Mathematical Physics touches upon and uses tools from many other fields, such as Group Theory, Harmonic Analysis, Differential Geometry, Topology, Operator Theory and Partial Differential Equations.
This project aims to provide interactive resources for teaching Calculus, Differential Equations, Applied Math and Mathematical Physics to high school students and undergraduates. Click on the link above to go to our homepage!