PHYSICS 623
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics - II




Lectures: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00a.m. -- 10:50a.m., room CHM 0127
Office hours: Monday and Friday: 11:00a.m. -- 11:50a.m., room PHS2330

Instructor: Victor Galitski


Teaching Assistant:
Bhupal Dev
Office: PHS4208, Tel: 301.405.6016, Email: bhupal(at)umd.edu


Description:

The purpose of this course is to provide a graduate-level introduction to calculational methods in non-relativistic quantum mechanics. This will include an introduction to time-independent and non-equilibrium perturbation theory, variational methods, scattering theory, and (time permitting) path-integral formalism. The emphasis throughout the course will be on applications of the general techniques to specific quantum-mechanical problems. Consequently, many lectures will have a seminar-like format.


Syllabus: Syllabus


Homework:
Problem set 1:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 2:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 3:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 4:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 5:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 6:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]
Problem set 7:   [PDF file]     [LaTeX file]