
Physics 3740  ECE 3740
Introduction to Quantum Physics and Relativity
Spring 2012
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:45  12:05 and Friday 14:00  14:50, mostly for exercises.
Location: JFB B1 on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Instructor: Stephan LeBohec 219 SouthPhysics (Phone: 5879923)
Teaching Assistant: Peng Yang (sophier1980ATgmail.com)
Course Email: Mail Form
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 April 17th 2012: Final solutions
 April 20th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 9.
 April 20th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 8.
 April 17th 2012: Midterm 2 solutions
 April 9th 2012: Homework 9 due date: Friday April 20th.
 April 3rd 2012: This morning, the class voted theat the final will take pace on Tuesday April 24 during regular class hour.
 April 3rd 2012: Solutions for Homerork 7.
 March 30th 2012: Homework 8 due date: Friday April 13th.
 March 30th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 6.
 March 30th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 5.
 February 28th 2012: Homework 7 due date: Friday March 30th.
 February 28th 2012: Homework 6 due date: Friday March 9th.
 February 24th 2012: Midterm 1 solutions
 February 17th 2012: Homework 5 due date: Friday March 2nd because I am really nice.
 February 17th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 4.
 February 13th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 3.
 February 8th 2012: Homework 4 due date: Friday February 17th.
 February 3rd 2012: Solutions for Homerork 2.
 January 30th 2012: Homework 3 due date: Friday February 10th.
 January 27th 2012: The 2008 common exam (PhD program admission) in cluded an exercise on superluminal motion. Check it out here. I entered homework 1 grades. Check the grade link above and let me know if I did any mistake.
 January 24th 2012: Solutions for Homerork 1.
 January 19th 2012: Homework 2 due date: Friday February 3rd.
 January 17th 2012: You should read the lecture notes on special relativity by David Hogg. You may find it interesting to have a look at Albert Einstein paper from 1905. Also, if you are interested here is a paper proposing a derivation of the Lorentz transform that does not make use of the constancy of the speed of light and here is a note I edited on the same topic
 January 12th 2010: Homework 1 due date: Friday January 20th.
 January 2 2010: First meeting: Tuesday January 10th
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