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I have a good background in linear algebra, Topology and Differential geometry. I would like to understand the concept of supersymmetry in theoretical physics, and hopefully read Witten's landmark paper Supersymmetry and Morse theory sometime later. Please suggest suitable references. Thanks

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Possible duplicate: physics.stackexchange.com/q/30353/2451 – Qmechanic Feb 2 '14 at 10:06
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The best way to learn supersymmetry in my opinion is to watch lectures on it. Fernando Quevedo has a terrific lecture series available online here. He also has accompanied lecture notes with homework exercise which are crucial to do in order to get a good grasp of the material.

There are also many other free lecture notes on line which you can find by googling supersymmetry lecture notes.

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sns.ias.edu/pitp2/index2010_final.html I found this resource recently. Seems to be good. – Sandeep Thilakan Feb 7 '14 at 20:10
    
@SandeepThilakan, nice post. From my brief look at the topics, I wouldn't suggest it as an introduction into Supersymmetry, but definitely as an extension. – JeffDror Feb 7 '14 at 20:16

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