Geometric Algebra page - some links, talks and papers

 

Geometric Algebra (GA) is a mathematical system that provides a unified language for much of physics and mathematics.

It was developed originally by William Kingdon Clifford, and put into its modern form by David Hestenes, starting in the 1960s.

Chris Doran and I have written a book on 'Geometric Algebra for Physicists', published by Cambridge University Press.

For the main page of the Geometric Algebra group at the Cavendish, click here

Some papers and presentations not available elsewhere:

Geometric Algebra, Dirac Wavefunctions and Black Holes by Anthony Lasenby and Chris Doran. This appears in 'Advances in the Interplay between Quantum and Gravity Physics', which took place in Erice, 30 April - 10 May 2001

Keynote Address given at SIGGRAPH 2003 Meeting, San Diego (Animations and movies now available in same subdirectory - click here to access)

A conformal geometry approach to cosmology - to appear in Phil.Trans.Roy.Soc.

Geometric Algebra and Physics - talk given at `Oxford Undergraduate Physics Conference', April 14, 2008

Simulation of plane wave impinging on a collection of small mirrors