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Gregory Howland

Post Doctoral Fellow
Department of Microsystems Engineering Ph.D.
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

Gregory Howland

Post Doctoral Fellow
Department of Microsystems Engineering Ph.D.
Kate Gleason College of Engineering


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PHYS-414
3 Credits
This course is a study of the concepts and mathematical structure of non-relativistic quantum mechanics. Topics for the course include wave functions and the Schrodinger equation, solutions to the one-dimensional and three-dimensional time-independent Schrodinger equation, stationary states and their superposition to produce time-dependent states, quantum-mechanical operators, commutators, and uncertainty principles, solutions to general central potential problems and the hydrogen atom, and the quantum theory of angular momentum.