(Created 2008-07-17.)

QUANTUM MECHANICS, ADVANCED COURSE | FMFN01 |

**Aim**

Quantum Mechanics is basic for all modern physics. This course gives a deeper understanding that all physicists need both experimentalists and theoreticians. Both theory and applications are treated in the course. Applications are choosen in close relations to other courses.

*Knowledge and understanding*

For a passing grade the student must

- know how to apply the theory on real problems

- know how to use se quantum mechanics in some applications

*Skills and abilities*

For a passing grade the student must

- know methods to determine if a Q M or classical treatment is needed

*Judgement and approach*

For a passing grade the student must

**Contents**

Matrix representation. Dirac formalism. Hamiltonian for a particle in an electromagnetic field. Operator formalism for the harmonic oscillator. Landau levels and phonon states. Second order perturbation theory. Time-dependent perturbation theory and Fermis golden rule. General theory of angular momenta and spin. Addition of angular momenta.. The Stark and Zeeman effects. The Stern-Gerlach experiment. Elementary theory for quantization of the electromagnetic field - transitions and selection rules. The nuclear single-particle potential, the Nilsson model.

**Literature**

Ohlén, G: Quantum Mechanics II, Compendium, Lund.

**Code: **0109.
**Name: **Examination.

**Higher education credits: ** 5.
**Grading scale: **TH.
**Assessment:** Written exam.
**Contents:** According to the lectures.

**Code: **0209.
**Name: **Project Work.

**Higher education credits: ** 2,5.
**Grading scale: **UG.
**Assessment:** Written and oral presentation.
**Contents:** Subject choosen according to student interest.