String Theory and Holographic Duality
Lecture 1: Emergence of Gravity
Lecture 2: Classical Black Hole Geometry
Lecture 3: Causal Structure of a Black Hole and Black Hole Temperature
Lecture 4: Physical Interpretation of Black Hole Temperature
Lecture 5: Black Hole Thermodynamics
Lecture 6: Holographic Principle
Lecture 7: Structure of Large-N Expansion
Lecture 8: Large-N Expansion as a String Theory, Part I
Lecture 9: Large-N expansion as a String Theory, Part II
Lecture 10: Basics of String Theory and Light-cone Gauge
Lecture 11: String Theory in the Light-Cone Gauge
Lecture 12: String Spectrum and Graviton
Lecture 13: Physics of D-branes, Part I
Lecture 14: Physics of D-branes, Part II
Lecture 15: Physics of D-branes, Part III
Lecture 16: Geometry of D-branes and AdS / CFT Conjecture
Lecture 17: More on AdS / CFT Duality
Lecture 18: General Aspects of the Duality
Lecture 19: Mass-dimension Relation
Lecture 20: Euclidean Correlation Functions: Two-point Functions
Lecture 21: Euclidean Correlation Functions: Higher-point Functions
Lecture 22: Computation of the Wilson Loop
Lecture 23: Duality at a Finite Temperature and Finite Chemical Potential
Lecture 24: Holographic Entanglement Entropy
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