All course information will be provided on this page as it becomes available


Announcements

0. First class is Tuesday, Aug 28.
The lectures will take place in Physics: P122

1. Notes will be provided at the beginning of the course.
The notes will be in .pdf format; I will provide them by email.
The table of contents for the course notes can be seen HERE
Additional references can be found at the end of the notes, in the bibliography.

Problem sets

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