Spring Semester 2015: Quantum Mechanics II for Graduate Students

Previous lecture courses:

  • Spring Semester 2013: Lecture course Electromagnetism for Graduate Students II (PHYS 7320).
  • Fall Semester 2012: Lecture course Electromagnetism for Graduate Students (PHYS 7310).
  • Spring Semester 2012: Lecture course Energy and the Environment (PHYS/ENVS 3070).
  • Lecture course "Hydrodynamics and Transport Theory", 4 ETCS credits Winter 2010/2011, GU Frankfurt (Germany).
    Description: A modern first-principles introduction to hydrodynamics and transport theory; Euler and Navier-Stokes equations; Boltzmann equation; hydrostatics; waves; turbulence; applications of relativistic fluid dynamics to high energy nuclear physics (LHC/CERN).
  • Lecture course "New Developments in Relativistic Viscous Hydrodynamics for RHIC", 2 ETCS credits (10+4 hours). Summer 2008, 18th Jyväskylä Summer School (Finland).
    Link to lecture notes here.
  • Lectures on "Analytics and Numerics of the Glasma", (6 hours), Spring 2007, Graduate School "Quantum Fields and Strongly Interacting Matter" Paris - Bielefeld (France).