Applied Quantum Mechanics
Course module 
191411291 
Language 
Dutch (English on demand) 
Content 
Not many problems can be solved exactly in quantum mechanics making it essential to develop approximation methods in order to address a vast range of physical problems in, for example, Quantum Optics and Condensed Matter Physics. In this course, a number of the most important approximation methods will be introduced and illustrated with applications to 
Previous Knowledge: Required 
191411281 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (Inleiding quantummechanica) 
Previous Knowledge: Desired 
Standard basic mathematics 191511240 Linear Analysis (Lineaire analyse) 
Participating Degree Courses 
BTN; MAP 
Course materials: Required Course materials: Recommended 
Quantum Mechanics (2nd ed. Prentice Hall) B.H. Bransden & C.J. Joachain 
Lecturer 
prof.dr. P.J. Kelly 
Tutor 
dr. J.W.J. Verschuur 

Lectures, tutorials, selfstudy 
Evaluation 
Written exam 
Remarks 
Homework (bonus points) 