How we will deliver the course:

**Short movies, uploaded every second week**

All movies will be stored on Google Drive under the link LINK

First movies: during the week with the 14th of October (and before 21st of October, as we wait for people being isolated)

Lecture 1: 1A-Introduction, 1B-Classical-model-of-atom, 1C-PostulatesQM-matter-stability

Lecture 2: 2A-Angular-Momentum, 2B-Spherical-Harmonics, 3B-Radial-Wave-Function

Further reading - look below**On-line meetings: Every second Wednesday at 9:00**

All meetings under the link: zoom

Meeting ID: 95056901137

Password: Ask lecturers

Next excersizes: November 4, November 25, December 9

Notes from meetings: Notes-1

**Online surveys**After movies and before excersizes take part in a quiz.

All quiz participants will be anonymous - we will gather only collective statistics.**Problems**We plan to add list of problems to solve here!

Problems-1, Problems-2

**Any ideas to improve teaching - write to us!****Exam at the end**

Further Reading

Lecture 1

- Introduction to Kinetic Theory: First lecture of Richard Feynman https://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/I_01.htm

- Laplace-Runge-Lentz vector: use Wikipedia :)

- Symmetries of classical and quantum model of an atom: Sean J. Weinberg "The SO(4) Symmetry of the Hydrogen Atom"

- Radiation of accelarating charged particle: . Giffiths "Introduction to electrodynamics", J. Jackson "Classical electrodynamics"

- Estimation of the time at which an electron would fall onto core: Look for instance here

- Introduction to quantum mechanics: J.J. Sakurai ,,Modern Quantum Mechanics"

J-L. Basdevant, J. Dalibard "Quantum Mechanics".... etc

Lecture 2

- Angular Momentum: J-L. Basdevant, J. Dalibard "Quantum Mechanics", A.R. Edmonds "Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics"

Syllabus