More Physics Video Courses
Also look what my friend made - three video websites dedicated to three famous physicists:
I haven't seen a better collection of physics videos dedicated to these famous physicists anywhere! Check them out!
And here are today's physics video courses:
How Things Work
For non-science majors: a practical introduction to physics and science in everyday life. This course considers objects from our daily environment and focuses on their principles of operation, histories, and relationships to one another. The emphasis for Physics 105 is on mechanical and thermal objects.
The course covers laws of motion, fluids, fluids and motion, heat and thermodynamics, phase transitions and resonance and mechanical waves.
I haven't watched this course because it is too basic for me and I know this stuff in detail.
The Mechanical Universe and Beyond
- Video Lectures (University of California, 1985) (requires registration)
I own a DVD of these lectures (you can buy it) and have watched just a few of these lectures.
These lectures note historical events of physics and try to imitate atmosphere at the time certain discoveries were made.
The Wonders of Physics
- Video Lectures (University of Wisconsin)
To address this problem, the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 1984 began a program called The Wonders of Physics aimed at generating interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds. The heart of the program is a fast-paced presentation of physics demonstrations carefully chosen to be entertaining as well as educational.
Elementary College Physics
This course covers basically the same material as MIT's 8.01 physics course.
Exploring Black Holes: General Relativity and Astrophysics.
Study of physical effects in the vicinity of a black hole as a basis for understanding general relativity, astrophysics, and elements of cosmology. Extension to current developments in theory and observation. Energy and momentum in flat spacetime; the metric; curvature of spacetime near rotating and nonrotating centers of attraction; trajectories and orbits of particles and light; elementary models of the Cosmos. Weekly meetings include an evening seminar and recitation. The last third of the semester is reserved for collaborative research projects on topics such as the Global Positioning System, solar system tests of relativity, descending into a black hole, gravitational lensing, gravitational waves, Gravity Probe B, and more advanced models of the Cosmos.
I have still many links other physics video links in my bookmarks. Will publish later.
- String Theory, Quantum Computation and Others
(Includes 3 hour video series of The Elegant Universe - the theory about unifying all four fundamental forces and the string theory, various lectures from princeton university on black holes and others, historical perspectives of Hans Bethe and quantum computation by David Deutsch)
- Free Physics Video and Audio Courses
(Includes descriptive physics, classical mechanics, introductory physics, electricity and magnetism, vibrations and waves, symmetry and tensors)
- Even More Physics Videos and Video Lectures
(Lots of Richard P. Feynman lectures, compexity and chaos, universe in a nutshell, black holes, life in space, states of matter, chemistry of interstellar space, electricity and magnetism, nanophysics and many others)
- Richard Feynman Video Lectures
(Many various Richard P. Feynman physics video lectures. They include Feynman's lectures on QED at University of Auckland. An interview with Faynman called "The Pleasure of Finding Things Out". Another interview with Feynmann titled "The Last Journey Of A Genius". A mind skewing Feynmen talk "Take The World From Another Point Of View", and a few others - "Remembering Richard Feynman", "Murry Gell-Mann Talks About Feynman", Feynman Playing Bongos and Singing About Orange Juice)
- More Modern Physics
(Includes Special Relativity, General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Cosmology, Einstein's Theory, Quantum Entanglements, LHC, Dirac Strings, and Explorations of 4th Dimension. Graduate Classical Mechanics and Lee Smolin)
- Even More Physics Videos
(Includes videos for general public on string theory, universe and particle smashers, then more advanced videos on string theory, particle physics, cosmology and physics demonstrations)
- Modern Physics
(Includes Quantum Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Applied Group Theory, General Relativity, Cosmology, Astrophysics, Computational Physics, Thermodynamics and a lecture on Basic Physics)
- Free Physics Video Lectures
(Includes quantum mechanics, quantum physics, classical physics, classical mechanics, chaos, fractals and dynamical systems, linear dynamical systems, heat and mass transfer and general relativity.)
- CERN, Astronomy and Dark Matter + Workshops
(Includes CERN summer school videos (particle physics and LHC). Lectures on String Theory, Black Holes, Fundamental Laws of Nature, Dark Matter, Moon, and search for new Suns. Videos from Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics. Physics Talks from Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. Lecture on Fluid dynamics. Astronomy and Astrophysics Workshop. Videos from Institute of Advanced Study. And some bonus lectures on geometry of manifolds, on evolutionary dynamics, and solving cubic equations)
- Popular Science Physics Video Lectures
(Includes Richard Feynman's Messenger Video Lectures, an interview with Richard Feynman, video of young Albert Einstein, explanation of Schrodinger's cat, ferrofluid, a trip inside LHC, video on quantum computing, upcoming revolutions in theoretical physics, video interview about multiverse and parallel universes, 100 greatest physics discoveries, and discovery of fullorene.)
- Various Physics Lectures
(Includes Escher and Droste effect, Sir Roger Penrose and new physics, Feynman, Nikola Tesla, gyroscopes, black holes, dark matter, dark energy, modern cosmology, origins of universe, theoretical physics, particle hydrodynamics, numeric relativity, plasma, astrophysics, superstring theory, LHC, gravity, OLED technology, lasers)