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Quantum Mechanics I

Our aim in this course is to establish a fundamental knowledge on quantum mechanics for undergraduate students. This includes construction of mathematical machinary and preparing the students to brace physical phenomena and aspects that are counter-intuitive regarding their everyday experience, the so-called classical intuition. We begin with simple wave-mechanics problems and move on step by step to the more complicated concepts.

References:

  • Principles of Quantum Optics [by Shankar]
  • Quantum Physics [by Gasiorowicz]
  • Introduction to Quantum Mechanics [by Griffiths]

The lectures are mainly based on the first one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prerequisites: 
  • Mathematical Physics I   [you need to know how to work with matrices]
  • Classical Mechanics I
  • Classical Mechanics II
Grading Policy: 

Assignments  40% +
Mid-Exam     30% +

Fin-Exam     30%
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Total       100%

Mid-Exam:  1399-8-17

Teacher Assistants: 

Mohammad Sharifian, PhD Candidate

Time: 

Course:

  • Sat. and Mon. 10:00 – 12:00 (Yekta)
  • Wed. 10:00 – 12:00 (Yekta) Tutorial session

Consultation:

  • Sat.  13:30 – 15:00
  • Mon. 15:30 – 17:00
Term: 
Fall 2020
Grade: 
Undergraduate