## Advanced Summer School in Physics 2005: Frontiers in Contemporary Physics EAV05Oscar Rosas-Ortiz, Mauricio Carbajal, Omar Miranda These proceedings include lecture notes from eleven courses in modern physics, including astrophysics and mathematical, statistical, medical, and solid state physics. The coherent states of Glauber, for instance, are shown to have a clear physical meaning by themselves. Lectures on astroparticle physics include descriptions of the construction and implementation of instruments designed to help explain the origin of the Universe. Cosmic rays and neutrinos are also discussed as a motivation for searching for dark matter. |

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### Contents

The EpsteinGlaser Approach to QFT | 24 |

Introductory Lectures on Lie Groups and Lie Algebras | 44 |

Basics for Algorithms in Quantum Computing | 64 |

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