- The exams are oral (30 minutes). For UZH students they take place on Monday 25 June in Y36 J81.
- Exercises will start during the first week of the semester (first exercise class on Thu. 22.02). Signing up for a particular exercise class on Mon. 19.02 after the lecture or send an email to Claudia Cornella.
- Exercises will be published on Monday/Tuesday on the course page and should be handed in in the exercise class of the following week.
- There are no formal requirements to hand in exercises, but students are strongly encouraged to solve them and attend the exercise classes. The material covered in the exercises will be an essential part of the examination.
|2 (ETH)||Ashley Cook||
|3 (ETH)||Lisa Hänggli||
|4 (ETH)||Fiona Seibold||
|5 (UZH)||Sokratis Trifinopoulos||
- Sheet_1 (PDF, 113 KB), Solutions_1
- Sheet_2 (PDF, 122 KB), Solutions_2
- Sheet_3 (PDF, 153 KB), Solutions_3
- Sheet_4 (PDF, 105 KB), Solutions_4
- Sheet_5 (PDF, 116 KB), Solutions_5
- Sheet_6 (PDF, 141 KB), Solutions_6
- Sheet_7 (PDF, 123 KB), Solutions_7
- Sheet_8 (PDF, 132 KB), Solutions_8
- Sheet_9 (PDF, 124 KB), Solutions_9
- Sheet_10 (PDF, 139 KB)
- Sheet_11 (PDF, 168 KB), Solutions_11
Mitschrift (PDF, 466 KB) (Pascal Vecsei, final version, 2 June 2018)
- Bransden and Joachain, "Quantum Mechanics", Pearson
- Sakurai and Napolitano, "Modern Quantum Mechanics", Addison-Wesley/Pearson
- Schwabl, "Quantum Mechanics", Springer
- Sakurai, "Advanced Quantum Mechanics", Addison-Wesley
- Schwabl, "Advanced Quantum Mechanics", Springer