The following links are under construction. For some courses
below there are a few lecture notes, but for many there is
nothing yet. This will be rectified gradually.

PHY 389K---Quantum Mechanics ICore class covering fundamentals of quantum mechanics necessary for graduate study for all students. |

PHY 381N---Mathematical Methods for PhysicistsThis is an introductory course on the Mathematics of Quantum Physics, but it is geared towards the modern developments (Rigged Hilbert Spaces, distributions, representations of groups and semigroups) and their applications to the time asymmetric quantum theory and the theory of resonances and decay phenomena. The course consists of two parts: The first part introduces and explains the mathematics; the second part describes the interpretation of the mathematical theory in quantum physics. Syllabus (.ps file). |

PHY 389L---Quantum Mechanics IIAdvanced course covering topics from time-dependent perturbation theory, scattering theory and resonance phenomena. Class notes from first few lectures (.ps file). These provide and introduction to the time evolution of states and observables in terms of the Cauchy problem. Put to together from notes of A. Bohm by N.L. Harshman with moral support from M. Mithaiwala. |

PHY 389K---Quantum Mechanics ICore class covering fundamentals of quantum mechanics necessary for graduate study for all students. Class notes on perturbation theory updated 4/30/2001 (.ps file). Put together from notes of A. Bohm by M. Mithaiwala. |

PHY 381N---Mathematical Methods for PhysicistsTopics covered included linear topological spaces and group representation theory. |

PHY 394T---Scattering and Decay with Application to KaonsTopics covered included scattering theory, decay phenomenology and CP violation as applied to the neutral K-mesons. |

PHY 396K---Quantum Field Theory IUsing S. Weinberg's book, with special emphasis on group representations and scattering. |

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