An introduction to quantum physics with emphasis on topics at the frontiers of research, and developing understanding through exercise.
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Excellent.Informative and ell explained by resource person.I enjoyed very much and learn a lot.
This course is certainly too difficult for beginners, however, students with prior education in Q.M., Calculus and generalized physics will have a great but challenging time with this course.
Very challenging course. The lectures are confusing and superficial, but the exercises and the exam problems are very interesting (and importantly are all correct).