Quantum Physics For SERIOUS Beginners Series

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What you’ll learn

  • The student will learn quantum physics from the ground up, along with using python to compute problems to aid in learning. This course is the first in a series, focusing on historical developments laying the foundations for the development of quantum mechanics (physics).

Requirements

  • The course is designed to mostly self-contained, but it is recommended that the student know what a derivative and/or an integral means in mathematics.

Description

This course on Quantum Physics thoughtfully layouts a large amount of content in a series aimed to truly help create real experts in the field of quantum physics, whether its for your personal interest, academic support, research and development goals, or industrial applications, you will gain deep and correct understanding of several fundamental and new topics in quantum physics. This first part focuses on the historical significance of analyzing light, as well the the activities around discoveries of subatomic particles like the electron, proton, and neutron. This course also utilizes python to do virtual labs to analyse various topics more deeply.Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with a serious interest in understanding quantum physics

Nanotechnologist and Quantum Physics Textbook Author

The instructor holds a PhD from a leading engineering tech university in the United States and is an experienced researcher/developer of nanotechnologies in industry, universities, and research institutions both in the United States and in Asia. Dr. Eason is also the author of the book entitled Quantum Physics With A SPIN On It: Fundamentals of Quantum and Spin Physics (2018), and the upcoming textbook Relativistic Dynamical Quantum Mechanics With

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