Group Type Name Day Hours Building/Room 1 Lecture Prof. Golan Bel Wednesday 16:00-19:00 92/001 2 Lecture Prof. Golan Bel Monday 16:00-19:00 32/306 11 Tutorial Tatyana Shevchuk Tuesday 14:00-15:00 34/109 12 Tutorial Tatyana Shevchuk Tuesday 15:00-16:00 34/109 13 Tutorial Avia Hadar Tuesday 16:00-17:00 32/307 14 Tutorial Avia Hadar Tuesday 13:00-14:00 34/116 21 Tutorial Tal Schwartzman Wednesday 15:00-16:00 34/3 22 Tutorial Tal Schwartzman Wednesday 16:00-17:00 34/109 23 Tutorial Tal Schwartzman Wednesday 17:00-18:00 34/109 24 Tutorial Tal Schwartzman Wednesday 18:00-19:00 34/109
Name Day Hours Building/Room Prof. Golan Bel Wednesday 14:00-15:00 54/333, please email before email@example.com Avia Hadar Tuesday 15:00-16:00 54/-112 firstname.lastname@example.org Tal Schwartzman Wednesday 13:00-14:00 54/219, please email before email@example.com Tatyana Shevchuk Sunday 11:00-12:00 54/321, please email before firstname.lastname@example.org
Week Topic Sources 1 Waves (derivation of the wave equation in classical physics, EM waves, phase velocity, group velocity, etc.) Lecture 1 2 Wave-particle duality and the photoelectric effect Lecture 2 3 Schrödinger equation; Born interpretation; Expectation values. Lecture 3 4 Solutions to Schrödinger equation; Infinite potential well. Lecture 4 5 Solutions to Schrödinger equation: Transmission and reflection; Lecture 5 6 Finite depth potential well and some mathematical background for QM operators. Lecture 6 7 Quantum harmonic oscillator; Bohr model. Lecture 7 8 Angular momentum and the hydrogen atom wavefunction. Lecture 8 9 Zeeman effect and the periodic table. Lecture 9 10 Drude's model. Lecture 10 11 Sommerfeld's model: Fermi momentum, energy, sphere. Fermi-Dirac distribution. Ground state energy. Lecture 11 12 Bravais lattice; Reciprocal lattice; scattering of x-ray; origin of the energy gap. Lecture 12 13 The energy gap; Bloch's theorem; Krönig-Penney model; Response of electrons in periodic potential to electric field. Lecture 13
- C Cohen Tannoudji, Quantum mechanics, vol. I (1977) [QT]
- C. Kittel, Introduction to solid state physics, 7th edition (1986) [K]
- N. W. Aschroft, N. D. Mermin, Solid state physics (1976) [AM]
- J.M. Cassels, Basic Quantum Mechanics, 2nd edition (1982)
- Introduction to Modern Physics, J. D. McGervey.
- All the courses in this category have the same syllabus, i.e. the lecture material is the same.
Grading:Exam - 90%
Home Work - Each hw submission will add 1 point of the final grade, up to 10 maximum points
So the final grade is calculated by:
Final Grade = 0.9 * exam_grade + min(submitted_hw, 10)
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- Forum for Physics 3A
- Laplacian in spherical coordinates
- But what is the Fourier Transform? A visual introduction by 3Blue1Brow
- The more general uncertainty principle, beyond quantum by 3Blue1Brown
- A simple fourier series demonstartion from the tirgul play with the paramaters [a,b,c] to see how the series converge fast to the function
- A very practicle series of short explanations videos by "Dr Underwood's Physics"