Quantum Physics
TeachersTANAMOTO TetsufumiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 3 2nd semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategorySpecial Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective 2credit
 Syllabus Number3F336

Course Description

Quantum mechanics describes the fact that material is actually a wave, which is far from common sense. However, current technologies have already included quantum mechanics such as lasers. In the class we will learn the fundamentals of this quantum mechanics.
This course corresponds to DP3 and DP4E.

Course Objectives

Quantum mechanics began from the experimental result that the particles are particles as well as waves. Quantum mechanics is a very mysterious discipline. In recent years, the topic of quantum computers has often been found in many media. In this class, students will be able to use quantum mechanics starting from its history

Grading Policy

Evaluation will be based on small tests and reports (50%) and results of final exams (50%).

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
Textbook量子力学がわかる (ファーストブック)

Masato Ito Technical Review Company
References

Requirements(Assignments)

Please always prepare and review for the class by using textbook (about 1.5 hour each).
The contents of the class are in accordance with the chapters and contents of the textbook.

Note

Knowledge of calculus is an essential subject.
We will also use partial differentials and differential equations, so please review and attend the lecture.

Schedule

1The way to quantum mechanics
2From classical theory to quantum theory
3Principle of quantum mechanics
4Schrödinger equation
5Infinitely deep well type potential
6Well-type potential of finite depth
7One-dimensional scattering problem and tunnel effect
8Harmonic oscillator
9Schrödinger equation of central force field potential
10Quantization of angular momentum
11Hydrogen atom (1)
12Hydrogen atom (2)
13Hydrogen atom (3)
14Approximate solution of Schrödinger equation
15Summary and test