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In QFT, it is easy to find resource on a free scalar quantum field theory. When I tried to search for a free conformal field theory, I could not find a good resource.

Can anyone either give some information with regards to how free conformal field theory would look like, or give some links that would help?


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  • $\begingroup$ $2$d - di Francesco et al.; Blumenhagen et al. $\geq3$d - Slava Rychkov EFPL lectures. $\endgroup$ – mavzolej Mar 1 at 8:34
  • $\begingroup$ For an easy introduction to CFT I'd suggest Paul Ginsparg lessons; they helped me a lot while approaching the matter. $\endgroup$ – Francesco Arnaudo Mar 1 at 10:15