626 Applied Quantum Mechanics, 4 hr., 4 cr.
Prereq: Graduate standing and/or permission of department.
The course will cover mathematical formulation of Quantum Mechanics; one-dimensional problems: quantum wells and barriers with applications to semiconductor heterostructures, Kronig-Penney model, harmonic oscillator; angular momentum and spin, indistinguishable particles, stationary and time-dependent perturbation theory, application of density matrix to analysis of light-matter interaction, quantization of electromagnetic field and photons. (Pending approval)