Thanks to David Yanetz, Yossi Maruvka, Tzahi Peleg, Evi Kopelovitz, Shlomi Medalion, Moshe Goldstein, Shai Carmi, Amir Bashan, Eldad Kepten, Daniel Turgeman, Yishai Shrieber, Olga Shvarzman, Nava Leibovich, Leon Bello, Ron Cohen, Hillel Sanhedrai, Michael Rabinovich, Yaakov Yudkin, Amir Kahana, Eyal Walach, Shai Ben-Ami, Yonni Messica and Michal Rot, who supervised the exercises and to Edi Cohen, and Yael Frid for summaries of lectures.

Introduction to nano science 2018

  • Final Exercise, hand in June 1st (im my mailbox on the third floor)
  • From blinking qunatum dors to Weak ergodicity breaking
  • Weak ergodicity breaking for single molecules diffusing in the cell
  • Quantum first detection time is quantum search more efficient?

    Quantum Mechanics 1: Yaakov Yudkin's Tutorials for International Class 2017-2020

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures in Hebrew
  • Tutorial 1 Physical foundations, Mathematical introduction
  • Exercise 1
  • Tutorial 2 Shrodinger equation, free particle
  • Exercise 2
  • Tutorial 3 Quantum Operators, Representations, Averages, Uncertainty
  • Exercise 3
  • Tutorial 4 Infinite potential well
  • Exercise 4
  • Tutorial 5 Scattering from potential
  • Exercise 5
  • Tutorial 6 Finite potential well
  • Exercise 6
  • Tutorial 7 Harmonic Oscillator
  • Exercise 7
  • Tutorial 8 Creation and annihilation operators
  • Exercise 8
  • Tutorial 9 Postulates
  • Exercise 9
  • Tutorial 10 Angular momentum
  • Exercise 10
  • Tutorial 11 Three dimension potential, Hydrogen atom
  • Exercise 11
  • Final Exam A (2018)
  • Final Exam B
  • Final Exam A (2019)
  • Final Exam B
  • Final Exam A (2020)
  • Final Exam B

    Quantum Mechanics 1 Spring 2012..-2020

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (Hebrew)
  • Exercise 1 Physical foundation
  • Exercise 2 Free particles, general properties of Shrodinger equation
  • Exercise 3 Infinite potential well
  • Exercise 4 Bound states
  • Exercise 5 Scattering from potential barrier
  • Exercise 6 Harmonic Oscillator
  • Exercise 7 Creation and annihilation operators
  • Exercise 8 Operators, foundation of Quantum Mechanics
  • Exercise 9 Orbital momentum
  • Exercise 10 $Y_{lm}$s Orbital momentum
  • Exercise 11 Three dimension potential, Hydrogen atom
  • Moead Alef 2012
  • Moead Bet 2012
  • Moead Alef 2013
  • Moed Bet 2013
  • Exam A (2017)
  • Exam B (2017)
  • Exam A (2018)
  • Exam B (2018)
  • Exam A (2019)
  • Exam B (2019)
  • Exam A (2021)
  • Exam B (2021)

    Electrodynamics Fall 2011 (variations - 2013)

  • Exercise 1: Mathematical survey
  • Exercise 2: Coulomb-Gauss law
  • Exercise 3: Energy, conductors, method of images
  • Exercise 4: Laplace equation
  • Exercise 5: Laplace equation in spherical and cylindrical coordinates
  • Exercise 6: Multipole expansion, polarization
  • Exercise 7: Dielectrics, electric displacement, bound charges
  • Exercise 8: Electric fileds in matter, Biot Savart
  • Exercise 9: Magnetic fileds in matter
  • Exercise 10: Electromagnetic waves
  • Exercise 11: Retarded potential, gauges, radiation
  • Exam Moed A (2012)
  • Exam Moed B (2012)
  • Exam Moed A (2013)
  • Exam Moed B (2013)
  • Exam Moed A (2014)
  • Ari Laor Electromagnetism course (Technion)
  • Electrodynamics Spring 2021

  • Electrostatics
  • Work, Energy, Laplace equation
  • Solution of Laplace equation
  • Tip close to grounded plain
  • Polarization
  • Dielctirc matter
  • Vector Potential
  • Maxwell's equation
  • Let there be light
  • Maxwell's Tensor, Einstein's wagon
  • Fresnel
  • Retardation effects
  • Radiation
  • Special Relativity
  • Exercise 1 Mathematical introduction
  • Exercise 2 Electrostatics
  • Exercise 3 Laplace equation
  • Exercise 4 Multiple expansion Method of images
  • Exercise 5 Dipoles
  • Exercise 6 Dielectric Material
  • Exercise 7 Magnetostatics
  • Exercise 8 Magnetic fields in matter
  • Exercise 9 Electrodynamics
  • Exercise 10 Conservation laws
  • Exercise 11 Applications
  • Exercise 12 Retarded potentials
  • Exercise 13 Radiating dipoles

    Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 1 Spring 2010, 2016/4

  • Unofficial student summary of lecttures
  • Unofficial student summary of exercises
  • Exercise 1, Random Walks, Brief Introduction to Applied Probability
  • Exercise 2, Basic thermodynamics: heat, energy, mole and the First Law
  • Exercise 3, First Law and its Applications, Ideal Gas
  • Exercise 4, Entropy
  • Exercise 5, Equation of State, Gibbs Duhem relation
  • Exercise 6, Boltzmann's Entropy, Phase Space, Counting the number of States
  • Exercise 7, Non Ideal Gas, Maxwell Relations
  • Exercise 8, Heat Engines
  • Exercise 9, Canonical Ensemble, Quantum (Discrete energy levels)
  • Exercise 10, Canonical Ensemble, Partition Functions for Simple Classical Systems
  • Exam Moed alef 2009
  • Exam Moed bet 2009
  • Exam Moed alef 2010
  • Exam Moed bet 2010
  • Moed Aleph 2016
  • Moed bet 2016
  • Moed ALEPH 2017
  • Moed bet 2017
  • Student's Formula Pages (Amir Kahana and Herut Uzan 2016)

    Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 2 Fall 2010

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (part 1)
  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (part 2)
  • Exercise 1, phase transitions 1
  • Exercise 2, phase transitions 2
  • Exercise 3, Mass Action Law
  • Exercise 4, Atoms Molecules
  • Mid Term Quiz Fall 2009
  • Mid Term Quiz Fall 2010
  • Exercise 5, Introduction to Quantum Statistics
  • Exercise 6, Black Body Radiation
  • Exercise 7, Bosons and Fermions
  • Exercise 8, Interacting Systems: Debye Model, Virial Expansion, Spin Systems
  • Exam Moed alef Fall 2009
  • Exam Moed bet Fall 2009
  • Exam Moed alef Fall 2010
  • Exam Moed bet Fall 2010

    Quantum Mechanics 1 2006

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (QM 1)
  • Evolution of wave function of particle in various confining fields
  • Exercise 1, physical foundations, Fourier transform, delta function
  • Exercise 2, Free particle, infinite potential well
  • Exercise 3 Schrodinger equation, the basics
  • Exercise 4 Operators
  • Exercise 5 Transmission and reflection from Potential Barrier
  • Figures of wave packets scattering from square barrier and well (Saxon)
  • Exercise 6 Stationary states in potential wells
  • Exercise 7 Harmonic Vibrations the quantum version
  • Exercise 8 Measurement, mathematical foundation of QM
  • Exercise 9 Orbital Momentum
  • Exercise 10 Hydrogen atom

    Quantum Mechanics 1

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (QM 1)
  • Unofficial student summary of exercises
  • Evolution of wave function of particle in various confining fields
  • Exercise 1 Physical foundation
  • Exercise 2 Fourier transforms, dirac delta
  • Exercise 3 The Schrodinger equation, free particle
  • Exercise 4 Infinite potential well
  • Exercise 5 Bound states in potential well
  • Exercise 6 Scattering from simple potential in one dimension
  • Exercise 7 Harmonic Oscillator
  • Exercise 8 Creation and annihilation operators
  • Exercise 9 Mathematical foundation of QM
  • Exercise 10 Orbital Momentum 1
  • Exercise 11 Orbital momentum 2

    Quantum Mechanics 2

  • Unofficial student summary of Lectures (QM 2)
  • Exercise 1 Spin
  • Exercise 2 Particle in Magnetic field
  • Exercise 3 Addition of Angular momentum
  • Exercise 4 WKB
  • Exercise 5 Nondegenerate perturbation theory
  • Exercise 6 Degenerate perturbation theory
  • Exercise 7 Time dependent perturbation theory 1
  • Exercise 8 Time dependent perturbation theory 2
  • Exercise 9 Selection rules, Variational principle
  • Exercise 10 Molecule and identical particles
  • Final exam 2012 (Moed A)
  • Final exam 2012 (Moed B)
  • Midterm 2012
  • Final exam 2013 (Moed A)
  • Final exam 2013 (Moed B)
  • Final exam Fall 2014 (Moed A)
  • Final exam Fall 2014 (Moed B)
  • Final exam Fall 2015(A)
  • Final exam Fall 2015 (B)
  • Final exam summer 2020 (A)
  • Final exam summer 2020 (B)

  • Quantum notes Eyal Buks Technion
  • Yariv Kafri's course (Technion)
  • Doron Cohen's webpage (Ben Gurion)
  • Stochastic Processes in Physics 2008,2010,2014,2020

  • Chapter 1: characteristic functions, Abelian and Tauberian theorems, Gauss--L\'evy central limit theorem
  • Chapter 2: Random Walks in d Dimension, Polya's problem, the diffusion Equation, first passage time
  • Chapter 3: Renewal Theory, Statistical Aging, Weak Ergodicity Breaking For a Two State Process
  • Chapter 3: More details on resonance fluorescence questions 3.1-3,3 and q1-q7
  • Chapter 4: Continuous Time Random Walk
  • Chapter 4: Home work assignment Continuous Time Random Walk, Trap Model, Span of a random walk
  • Brownian Motion, Fokker-Planck Equations, Einstein Relation, Simple Kinetic Model
  • Final Exercise: Fokker-Planck, First Passage Times, Generalized Langevin Equations, Fractional Kinetics, Fluctuation-Dissipation.
  • Balakrishnan's Fluctuation-Dissipation from Generalized Langevin Equations (alternative to Kubo's derivation, thanks to Lior Zarfaty)
  • Balakrishnan's lecture on the generlaize Langevin equation
  • Mid Term Projects
  • An elementary derivation of first and last return times for 1D random walks: Sarah Kostinski and Ariel Amir
  • Erwin Schrodinger's 1915 derivation of first passage time PDF for Brownian motion
  • Chance and Stability Stable Distributions and their Applications Uchaikin and Zolotarev

    Statistical Mechanics 2004

  • Syllabus
  • Problem Set 1- Diffusion
  • Problem Set 2- ABC of Equil. Stat. Mech.
  • Problem Set 3- FD, BE, and Bol. Statistics with Application to Ideal Monoatomic Gas
  • Problem Set 4- Diatomnic Gas
  • Problem Set 5- Ising Model: Mean Field Theory and 1D Solution
  • Computer Project: Two Dimensional Ising Model a Monte Carlo Study.
  • Problem Set 6- Renormalization Group for Ising Model
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    Links

  • Kinetic Theory
  • Kinetic Theory 1
  • CNN: a new form of matter?
  • Deriving Maxwell's Velocity Distribution: a Kinetic Model Approach
  • Inequivalence of ensembles in a system with long range interactions
  • Broken Ergodicity in classically chaotic spin systems
  • Any questions? If so, email Eli Barkai.

    Quantum Chemistry Fall 2003