This is the first in a 3 course sequence in quantum mechanics for undergraduates. It is a core course for
first year BSc physics students and the recommended second physics course for BSc Maths & CS students.

The pre-requisites for this course are high school physics, some knowledge of classical mechanics
(at the level of our Classical Mechanics 1 course) as well as
some familiarity with calculus and linear algebra.

The course will meet from 9:10 to 10:25 am on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays
in lecture hall 1 at CMI.

Problem set 2
is due by the beginning of lecture on Friday Jan 21

Problem set 3
is due by the beginning of lecture on Friday Jan 28

Problem set 4
is due by the beginning of lecture on Friday Feb 4

Problem set 5
is due by the beginning of lecture on Friday Feb 11

Problem set 6
is due by the beginning of lecture on Friday Feb 18

The mid-term exam is scheduled to be held from 1:30-4:30 pm on Friday 25 Feb 2011 in the Seminar Hall.
Notes/books/discussions are not permitted. Answers must be written with a blue pen.

Problem set 7
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Mar 7

Problem set 8
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Mar 14

Problem set 9
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Mar 21

Problem set 10
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Mar 28

Problem set 11
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Apr 4

Problem set 12
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Apr 11

Problem set 13
is due by the beginning of lecture on Monday Apr 18

An
article on double slit interference experiments, by Anu Venugopalan from Resonance magazine.

The end-term exam is scheduled to be held from 1:30-4:30 pm in Lecture Hall 5 on Friday 29 April 2011.
Notes/books/discussions are not permitted. Answers must be written with a blue pen.