PHY322 Mathematical Methods of Physics II

Exercises

General Information

Lecturer: Prof. Massimiliano Grazzini
Assistants:

Luca Buonocore - Y36 K36

Matteo Marcoli - Y36 K44

Amedeo Primo - Y36 K44

   
Lectures: Tuesday, 13:00 - 14:45, in Y16 G05
Wednesday, 13:00 - 14:45, in Y16 G05
Exercises: Tuesday, 15:00 - 17:00, in Y36 K08, Y36 J33
Exam date: June 29, 2020, 9.00-12.00
  • In order to be admitted to the exam two conditions have to be fulfilled: i) 60% of the exercises assigned during the course must be delivered and carried out correctly; ii) the student must go at least once at the blackboard to solve the assigned exercise

Exam

  • Date: June 29, 2020, 9am, https://w16.math.uzh.ch/exam/
  • Format: The exam will be a collection of exercises similar to those carried out during the course. The format is the one of "Open book". This means that the consultation of books, notes, and all lecture material will be allowed during the exam. The use of calculators and algebric manipulation programs is also allowed to cross check the calculations. Solutions should, however, fully worked out and documented as usual.

Repetition Exam

  • Date: September 10, 2020, 9am, Y03-G-91
  • Format: The exam will be a collection of exercises similar to those carried out during the course. In case the conditions will permit it, the exam will be done in the traditional way. Should this not be possible, the exam will be carried out online through the exam tool available at   http://w16.math.uzh.ch/exam
  • In both cases, the format will be the one of the first exam, that is the one of "Open book". This means that the consultation of books, notes, and all lecture material will be allowed during the exam. The use of calculators and algebric manipulation programs is also allowed to cross check the calculations. Solutions should, however, fully worked out and documented as usual.

Exercises Classes

Bibliography

  • M.J. Ablowitz and A.S. Fokas, Complex Variables: Introduction and Applications, Cambridge, 2003
  • S. Hassani, Mathematical Physics, A Modern Introduction to its Foundations, Springer
  • Wu-Ki Tung, Group Theory in Physics, World Scientific
  • S. Sternberg, Group Theory and Physics, Cambridge, 1994