Columbia University
Lam HuiDepartment of PhysicsColumbia Astrophysics LaboratoryInstitute for Strings, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (ISCAP)

Broadly speaking, my main interests are in theoretical
astrophysics, high energy physics and cosmology.
I have worked on large scale structure, the intergalactic medium,
gravitational lensing, extrasolar planets, gravitational waves,
inflation, cosmological soft theorems, dark matter, dark energy,
effective field theory for hydrodynamics and black hole perturbations.
You can find my publications at the astroph,
hepph and hepth archives.
This is a Math afterschool program for Kindergarteners to Third
Graders in Harlem  the
Reading Team Math Program.
A code
for computing velocity twopoint correlations, and the associated
magnitude covariance for standard candles (such as supernovae). The
code also contains portions useful for computing power spectrum,
growth factor and cosmic distances.
A series of 3 introductory lectures
on cosmology aimed at undergraduates.
Physics G6047  Quantum Field Theory I, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2020
Physics G6092  Electromagnetic Theory, Fall 2018, Fall 2019
Physics G8048  Quantum Field Theory II, Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014
Physics G6011  Astrophysics I, Spring 2011
Physics G8040  General Relativity, Fall 2001, Fall 2010
Physics W3002  From Quarks to the Cosmos, Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Spring 2009
Science 003B  Introduction to Cosmology, Summer 2008
Physics G8099  Advanced Seminar: String Theory, Spring 2008
Physics G8050  Advanced Mathematical Methods: an Introduction to String Theory, Spring 2005
Physics Graduate Student Seminar, 20012002
Physics G4003  Advanced Mechanics, Spring 2001, Spring 2002
January 23, 2020