|PHYS 326 - QUANTUM MECHANICS - II|
|Office:||Room SA-228||Phone 1316|
|Office Hours:||Thursdays||15:40 - 16:30 |
catch me after class
|All other times||(if available -|
call 1316 to check)
|Assistant:||Ayse Yesil||Phone: 2149||Room SA-203|
|Exams & Grading:||(You can prepare notes on a single sheet of paper to bring to the exam.)|
|First Exam||%||March 10||15:40 - 17:30 (SA-Z19)|
|Second Exam||%||April 21||15:40 - 17:30 (SA-Z19)|
|Final Exam||%||May ??||??:?? - ??:?? (S?-Z??)|
|Final (Retake) Exam||%||May ??||??:?? - ??:?? (S?-Z??)|
+ Participation etc.
|% (extra credit)|
|First meeting: Thursday, Feb. 6, 13:40 - 15:30 in SA-Z19|
|Mondays||15:40 - 16:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Thursdays||13:40 - 15:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Recitation:||Mondays||16:40 - 17:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by Griffiths|
Homework for this week: There will be weekly homework assignments in this course. Homework is due on the Thursday of the following week at 13:45, in class, before class starts.
You can view your grades through the Stars system.
In order to get a D grade from this course, a student must show an overall achievement level of %. An important part of this achievement must be accumulated through regular studying, before taking the final exam. The student must demonstrate this by accumulating sufficient pre-final points from the first and second exams and the homework+quizzes such that the overall average will be over % if the final exam grade is less than or equal to twice the pre-final grade.
Therefore a student cannot get a D grade if the pre-final achivement level is below % from the first and second exams and the homework.
This means, a student will receive the FZ grade (and will not be able to take the final exam) if the average is lower than % from the first and second exams and the homework+quizzes! (If the average is %, the student will need to receive at least twice that: , from the final exam to get a D grade - attendance+participation is extra credit.)
|Week||Subject||ExamAngular Momentum||#1Time independent Perturbation Theory||#2
(No Thursday class.) Time-dependent perturbation theory Time-dependent perturbation theory