This is the second of the two course sequence designed for senior undergraduate and beginning graduate students whose aim is to develop a strong foundation in the formalism and application of quantum mechanics. This is done using the examples of a variety of idealized physical systems in which the student is expected to learn how to identify the relevant degrees of freedom, formulate the questions relevant to understanding the quantum dynamics that can be answered, and learn various analysis techniques that can help find answers to the questions posed.
The course provides exposure to the following topics:
(Each bullet represents 75min class.)