You can download a .pdf file with the result list here, you
find an anonymized personal number with which you may identify your result;
where we did not have this number, we left it blank and will send you an email
During next week, you may come to Stephanie Reimann or Johannes Bjerlin's
office to take a look at your exam.
A Master Solution of the Exam will be published on this web page, latest, next monday).
Note that this course is given both in fall (this webpage)
and in spring with different persons responsible
(science faculty in spring, LTH in fall).
The course will be given in English.
Aim of the course
course shall deepen previous knowledge in quantum mechanics
and teach the student to handle typical problems in different
fields such as atomic, nuclear, soild-state, or elementary
- Formulation of quantum mechanics in term of general state
vectors and operators
- Algebraic treatment of harmonic oscillator
- Angular momentum and spin
- Perturbation theory
- Identical particles
- Outlook on many-body quantum physics
Schedule and dates HT 2012
- Introduction meeting on
September 05, 2012, 8:15, Fys:F. Please send an email to email@example.com in
addition to registration (please include your swedish personal
number). In the introduction meeting, we discuss some of the
practical matters and give a short overview of the course
material, and begin with the first lecture. The first
excercise class on thursday, September 6, will provide a
warm-up repetition of key issues of your first quantum
- Lectures Wednesdays
8-10 and Fridays 13-15. Excercises Tuesdays and Thursdays,
- NOTE: The
PROJECT WORKSHOP takes two lecture blocks, 13-15 and 15:30-ca.
17:30 with a coffee break. Attendance during the workshop is
- Exam on Thursday Oct.
25, 8-13, Ed:022.
- NOTE: BRIEF
REPETITION OF MATERIAL/SUMMARY Friday 13:00 before the
PROJECT WORKSHOP!!! Another example exam will be distributed
as well. There is one additional exercise class on tuesday
morning, 8-10 (not scheduled in time-edit).
Requirements and examination
- Passing the written exam. The student shall demonstrate that
he/she can apply the material discussed in the lecture to solve
the exercise problems.
- Project (in groups of up to max. four students) with oral
presentation (in English!) by each student. Participation in the
Workshop is mandatory.
- PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS can be
You must register for your
project through email with your preferred list of project
choices (rank all by their number - not everyone can get the
project of first choice so it is important we have a few
alternatives!) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please
register before Sept. 30, 18:00. Projects were announced in the
lecture on Wedensday Sept. 26, and another reminder will be
given in tomorrow's lecture.
Literature and Exercises
LECTURE NOTES (version
VT2012) can be downloaded here.
The Notes will be continuously upgraded, chapter by chapter, as
the course proceeds.
Updated/changed chapters will be published here for download.
Please, help us improve the manuscript by reporting to us all
misprints, and bring forward you criticism!
Week 1 Warm-up
Week 1 Exercises
Week 1 Solutions
Week 2 Exercises
Week 2 Solutions
Week 3 Exercises
Week 3 Solutions
Week 4 Exercises
Week 4 Solutions
Week 5 Exercises
Week 5 Solutions
Week 6 Example Exam
Week 6 Solutions Example Exam
Week 6 Example Exam
OF LECTURES AND EXAM, RE-EXAM on time-edit
In addition, the
following books are recommended as a primary source to read up on
The books are accessible durig lecture and excercise hours.
Mechanics by B. H. Bransden
& C. J. Joachain, 2nd Edition,
(Longman, New Jersey, 2000) ISBN 0582356911.
- Modern Quantum
Mechanics by J. J. Sakurai, Pearson
Education, Upper Saddle River, 2010, ISBN 9780321503367
(older edition from 1994 is equally fine).
Reimann, phone 046-2229086, email@example.com (Lectures and
Johannes Bjerlin (Excercises and project supervision)
For questions on the lectures, you can come fridays 12-13
to Stephanie's office.
Questions on the excercises are best discussed in the exercise
hours! Please attend the exercises, as they are essential for your
understanding of the course material.
Publisher: Stephanie Reimann
Last Updated October 23, 2012