Office Hours: T 3-4

Grader: Adam Wang

Course Outline:

This is the second quarter of a two quarter sequence covering graduate quantum mechanics. It is

aimed primarily at first year graduate students (and perhaps a few adventurous sufficiently

advanced undergraduates).

This quarter will be a continuation of our exploration of foundational topics in quantum mechanics. A

partial list of topics covered in the two quarter sequence includes:

- Linear Algebra
- Principles of Quantization
- Path-integrals
- Symmetries
- Angular Momentum & Spin
- Perturbation Theory

In terms of course administration, there will be regular problem sets (~60%)

and a final examination (~40%).

See the following link for information on the first quarter.

Final: Tuesday March 14 10:30-12:30.

References:

There are many good texts on quantum mechanics. Here are a few that might be worth perusing.

Modern Quantum Mechanics by J. J. Sakurai

There were some queries about group theory today. Here is a link to some of my notes from another course. The first

few pages of the notes should be sufficient. Here is a link to a book by Kurzweil and Stellmacher on finite groups.

Problem Sets:

Assignment 1

Solutions 1

Assignment 2

Solutions 2

Assignment 3

Solutions 3

Assignment 4

Solutions 4

Assignment 5

Solutions 5

Assignment 6

Solutions 6

Assignment 7

Solutions 7

Assignment 8

Solutions 8