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This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5610, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. This course covers the fundamental concepts and topics of quantum mechanics which include basic concepts, 1D potential problems, time evolution of quantum states, and essential linear algebra. It provides undergraduate level foundational knowledge and build on them more advanced topics. At the end of this course learners will be able to: 1. demonstrate full grasp of basic concepts in quantum mechanics including wave-particle duality, operators and wavefunctions, and evolution of quantum states, 2. achieve mastery of the mathematical apparatus needed for quantum mechanics and 3. attain foundational knowledge required to learn more advanced quantum mechanics and applications....

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By Isam A B

Jan 4, 2023

The course is organized around precise concepts with full mathematical details. Difficult, but essential and serious.

By Jirayu S

Mar 2, 2023

Staff never active here, especially in next course. Some problem, grader won't accept correct answer which give much confusion to learner and beginner, plus don't have any official TA here. Students have to help each other and it is not effective. However, content inside course is good. Recommend for looking for the lecture but not recommend if you expect specialization. There will be a few people in last course and no TA help you there!!

By brian c

Feb 10, 2023

Professor is teaching too little material, students cannot only refer the lectures to do the homework, in order to finish the homework students need to spend extra time to search for the right material. I suggest the course should include a homework session that help students to finish the homework. Overall i think this course is horrible because the professor only covers very limited materials.

By Yinyao S

May 28, 2022

no derivation