Instructor  Prof. Ch. Elster 
Office  265 Clippinger 
elster@ohio.edu  
URL  people.ohio.edu/elster/phys735/ 
Class  MTF, 1:10pm  2:00pm, Clippinger 131 (T 354) 
Addl Class (announced)  W, 1:10pm  2:00pm, Clippinger 131 
Office hours  by appointment as needed 
Textbooks : 
Quantum Mechanics II, A 2nd Course in Quantum Theory , R.H. Landau, 2nd Ed. WILEYVCH 2004 
Additional References: 
Modern Quantum Mechanics, J.J. Sakurai, San Fu Tuan, AddisonWesley, 1994 
Quantum Collision Theory, Charles J. Joachain, NorthHolland, 1987 
Advanced Quantum Mechanics , F. Schwabl, Springer 1997 (well written) 
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: Wave Equations by W. Greiner, Springer 1997 (learning by solving problems) 
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics by S.D. Bjorken and J.D. Drell (Library only) 
Relativisitc Quantum Mechanics and Introduction to Field Theory, F. J. Yndurain, Springer 1996. 
Quantum Mechanics II, A. Messiah 
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Field Theory, F. Gross, (Wiley 1999) 
Mathematical References: 
Mathematical Methods for Physicists, G.B. Arfken, H.J. Weber 
Methods of Mathematical Physics, Vol. 1, Courant and Hilbert 
Methods of Theoretical Physics, I and II, Morse and Feshbach 
Problem sets: 30%; Class Participation: 10%; TakeHome exam: 30%; InClass Exam: 30%
Homework will be assigned once every week or once every two weeks, depending on the amount and length of the problems.
A course `advanced quantum mechanics' can be viewed on the one hand a course where some of the material is revisited and put into a broader context, on the other hand it should also show some of the advanced concepts, which lead from nonrelativistic quantum mechanics to the problems the incoorporation of special relativity intoduces to quantum mechancis, and which eventually lead to quantum field theory.

QM Scattering I 
QM Scattering II 
Quantum Dynamics 
Lorentz Transformations 
KleinGordon Equation 
Dirac Equation I 
Dirac Equation II 
Mandelstam Variables 
Charlotte Elster January 5 2009