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Thermal/finite temperature quantum field theory: online lectures and best books

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I would like to know about any online lectures on thermal/finite temperature QFT.

Also I would like to know about best books on thermal/finite temperature QFT.

I know about:

1) M. Le Bellac, Thermal Field Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, 1996.

2) J. I. Kapusta and C. Gale, Finite-Temperature Field Theory; Principles and Applications, Cambridge University Press, 2 ed., 2006.

3) M. Laine and A. Vuorinen, Basics of Thermal Field Theory, vol. 925 of Lecture Notes in Physics, 2016.

Maybe do you know about another good books?

asked Aug 24 in Recommendations by illuminates (0 points) [ no revision ]

I would add to your list the monograph of Zinn-Justin, "Quantum Field Theory and Critical Phenomena," and Chapter 3 of the famous CFT bible by Francesco et.al. As to online lectures, I enjoyed the QFT2 lectures by Francois David.

Calzetta, Esteban A., and Bei-Lok Hu. Nonequilibrium quantum field theory. Vol. 10. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

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