- 21st Century Problem
Encyclopedia of solved problems in mathematics,
physics, and chemistry.
- A. Einstein - Image and
All about Albert Einstein. Essays, photographs,
and stories; hear Einstein explain his famous
- AIP Emilio Segrč Visual
A collection of some 25,000 historical
photographs, slides, lithographs, engravings, and
other visual materials and part of the Center for
History of Physics of the American Institute of
Albert Einstein Online: Information about
Einstein, pictures, organizations that bear his
- American Institute of Physics (AIP): A not-for-profit
membership corporation chartered in New York
State in 1931 for the purpose of promoting the
advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of
physics and its application to human welfare.
- American Physical Society: An organization of 40,000
- An Introduction to Fourier
Theory - Forrest Hoffman: A paper about Fourier
transformations, which decompose or separate a
waveform or function into sinusoids of different
frequencies that sum to the original waveform.
- An Introduction to Wavelets: A paper giving an
overview of wavelets.
Applied Physics Center: Press releases,
information about projects in primary business
areas, contacts, links to related Internet
information and other DOE sites.
- Argonne National Lab,
Mathematics and Computer Science: One of the U.S.
Department of Energy's largest energy research
- Astrophysics E-prints
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995. Index.
- Brazilian Center for
Physics Research (CBPF): A pioneer institution in the
development of scientific research in theoretical
and experimental physics in Brazil.
- Calculators On-Line Center: Online software and Java
applets which calculate quantities for a number
of general and specific uses.
- Center for History of
The Center's mission is to preserve and make
known the historical record of modern physics and
allied sciences including astronomy, geophysics,
optics, and the like.
- CERFACS: The European Centre for Research
and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation.
- Center for Particle
Astrophysics Home Page: An NSF Science and Technology
- Circles of Light: The
Mathematics of Rainbows (Gallery of Interactive
How are rainbows formed? Why do they only occur
when the sun is behind the observer?
- Computer as Learning
Partner (CLP) (physics): An on-going educational research
effort at the University of California at
Berkeley dedicated to informing and improving
middle school science instruction.
- Cornell's Lab of Atomic and
Solid State Physicsctive use of hypermedia): A small selection of
science in LASSP.
- Electronic Textbook for
Physics for Poets Class: An online interdisciplinary
hypertext course in chemistry, mathematics, and
- European Physical Society: A physics information and
service network organized by the European
Physical Society's Internet Coordination Group.
- Group Theory and
Contemporary Physical Problems: A course taught by Sunil Mukhi in the School of Physics.
- Images of Physicists -
Harry Nelson: Images (color and black-and-white;
large and small) of famous physicists, described
and organized in alphabetical order. Links to
other image banks and history of physics sites.
- Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers: The IEEE is the world's largest
technical professional society.
- Institute of Physics: Their goal is to promote
the advancement and dissemination of a knowledge
of and education in the science of physics, pure
- Interactive Science
The first "shocked" science lab on the
WWW, this site contains relatively small (less
than 50K) Shockwave modules dedicated to the
visualization of scientific concepts.
Internet Physics Encyclopedia:
A collection of resources on Physics in the World Wide Web.
The Internet Pilot to
Comprehensive guide to physics around the world.
- KET Distance Learning: A longtime satellite
distance learning service, KET is now on the
Internet. At this site find information about
Latin, Physics, German, and Humanities classes
offered. Staff information and other links also
- Los Alamos National Laboratory: Understand why Los Alamos
today is one of the leading scientific
institutions in the world.
- Mathematical Life Sciences
Archives - UTK Massive list of science resources.
Nobel Prizes in Physics
Included for each year are the names and
"nationalities" of the recipients.
The Particle Adventure Page: Explorations of what the
world is made of and how particles in matter
- Physics E-print Archive: Forms interface. High
Energy Physics; Condensed Matter Theory;
Astrophysics; General Relativity & Quantum
Cosmology; and much more.
PhysicsHomework is a physics homework help and tutorial site geared towards high
school students. Designed to supplement classroom and
textbook learning, our lessons and interactive activities will act
as a solid resource for students at anytime and from anywhere.
- Physics Lecture
Demonstrations: On-line source of information and
pictures used for preparing and performing
undergraduate lecture demonstrations at the
University of California Physics Department at
Physics Servers and
Services Around the World: A service offering
'physics yellow pages', i.e. as complete
collection of physics (and related) links inside
the World Wide Web as possible. Searchable.
- Physics Unbound: Table of contents of a
physics textbook with links to other hypertext
documents that form the pages of the book, which
are contributed by the readership.
PhysicsEd: Physics Education
Resources. Courses and hypertext documents,
curriculum development, resources for
demonstrations, software, physics projects,
research in physics education, organizations,
journals and newsletters, newsgroups and mailing
lists, physics around the world, science
Project PHYSLab: Physics laboratory
experiments on such topics as acceleration,
waves, motion, illumination, and more.
- Quantum - The Magazine of
Math and Science: A bimonthly magazine of math and
science (primarily physics) published by the
National Science Teachers Association.
Quantum Information Page: Papers on quantum
computation, cryptography, etc.; quantum
information on the Net.
Quantum Lie Algebras: A comprehensive,
continuously updated bibliography of literature
on Quantum Lie Algebras. Mathematica notebooks
containing calculations and animations of quantum
root systems are included.
- Quantum Optics and Atom
Optics links: Index: Research Groups (by
country); Individual Researchers (in alphabetical
order); Newsletters, papers, and preprints;
Quantum Optics/Atom Optics informative articles;
Organizations; Other Related Lists.
- Queen's Univ., Belfast Dept. of
Applied Math. & Theoretical Physics: Collaborative projects.
- Scientific Computing &
Technology for scientists and engineers.
Scientific Graphing Lesson: Details the Derivation of
the Slope Intercept Formula; The Slope-Intercept
Formula in Chemistry; Linear Relationships in
Chemistry; Linear Relationships in Physics.
Created by R.H. Logan.
Activities (NYU/ACF): Online science assignments.
- The Space-Time Travel
Astrophysics; Autostereograms; Celestial
Mechanics; Deterministic Chaos; Fluid Mechanics;
Fractal Geometry; Generalities on Visualization;
Natural Phenomenon Synthesis; Quantum Mechanics;
- Stochastic Analysis and
Mathematical Physics: Investigates some contemporary
problems in Functional and Stochastic Analysis
inspired by Physics.
Virtual COHO: Space Physics in VRML.
3-D scenes, which you need a VRML browser to
view. If you don't have one, you can see some
screen shots of how the VRML files look in
The Wavelet Tutorial: Designed as a guide to
wavelet analysis for engineers, this well-written
tutorial explains basics of signal processing
with a focus on the technique of wavelet
- WebElements: The periodic table on the
World Wide Web. It is a 30 megabyte collection of
5500 files about the periodic table.
- Who's Who in Atomic/Plasma
database of people working in Atomic and Plasma
Physics. Register yourself or use as service.
Search by names or keywords, or browse entire