Sep 24, 2017
Best Course for Physics Enthusiasts. It is a must for those who are interested in theoretical or mathematical physics. I really enjoyed the course though it was tough.
Feb 02, 2017
Excellent course, and quite intensive mathematically. One will be well placed for a graduate level course on General relativity upon completing this.
By David Peck•
Apr 24, 2019
This course is unfortunately all equations and derivations with little conceptual connections.
By Denisson Pereira Santos•
Jan 20, 2019
By Jamal Kowayess•
Jan 18, 2019
The course is great if and only if you have the background that the professor is assuming. And am not talking about the mathematical and physics background, but am talking about the notation he did not explain and the way you learned special relativity which can differ. Also there is no written course content which makes it very hard to follow since explanation like this should be accompanied by some solid detailed text.
By Алексей Владимирович Ненашев•
Dec 06, 2018
A hard, thorough and serious course with a lot of mathematics and physical insights. Thank you, Professor Emil Akhmedov!
By Paulo Renato Rodrigues•
Sep 05, 2018
Wonderful course! Excellent materials were presented to give us the best knowledge concerning the general theory of relativity. Emil Akhmedov is a dedicated instructor and passionated professor who tried and succeeded to transmit the core concepts and the hard mathematics of the most beautiful theory of the world!
By João Buschinelli•
May 25, 2018
Very helpful. I recommend for those who already have some familiarity with GR, or with tensors and differential geometry.
By Russell T. Frizzell•
Apr 08, 2018
Great rapid fire coverage of general relativity. I would need a lot more time and discussion and workable exercises to get a better intuitive grasp of the material.
By Bruno D•
Mar 03, 2018
Exigeant, un peu touffus, mais on apprend beaucoup.
By Francisco Manuel Arrabal Campos•
Feb 07, 2018
If you seek to understand it, here you will find it
By Shashank Sharma•
Nov 05, 2017
This is a Russian course taught in Russian style so amateur physicists, beware, this is pretty serious stuff. It will help if the student has some prior knowledge of relativity and differential geometry, although not a prerequisite. Few more courses of this caliber and you are well on your way to become a theoretical physicist! If you are willing to put in some effort, you will benefit immensely from it. I am looking forward to more courses like this from HSE, particularly on quantum mechanics. A very steep learning curve is guaranteed.