There is no required textbook for the course. However most of the material
is covered in the textbook by R. Shankar, at a slightly lower level,
and the book by Sakurai, which is at a slightly higher level than the course.
The best textbook on quantum mechanics remains Volume III of the series
by Landau and Lifshitz which is at a significantly higher level
than the course.
In addition, every professional physicist must study, at some point, the classic Principles
of Quantum Mechanics by Dirac.
Classes will be held in B&L269 (Physics Building) at 12:30-1:45PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
I will assign about three problems every week. They will be available for downloading (as PDF files) here. The grader for the course is J. Park. You should submit your solutions directly to him .
Problems NEW VERSION NOV 17
There will be a midterm and a final examination.
Solution to Midterm
The grade will be based on a numerical weight of 25% for the midterm, 40% for homeworks and 35% for final.
AND PRE-REQUISITES (PDF File)
My office is Bausch and Lomb 351;I will be available Tuesdays 2:00 to 3:00pm to answer questions.