Quantum Mechanics 2 lectures 2022/23/1
Lecturer: Laszlo Szunyogh (szunyogh.laszlo@ttkbme.hu)
Time and place: Monday 12:1514:00 F3M01 (seminar room)
Actual information: 
Necessary background: Quantum Mechanics 1
Subjects
Based on the undergraduate learning of Quantum Mechanics this course provides advanced knowledge in Quantum Mechanics according to the following topics: Identical particles, Heatom, Hartree and HartreeFock approximation. Scattering theory, scattering amplitude and cross section, Green functions, LippmannSchwinger equation, Born series, method of partial waves. Motion in electromagnetic field, AharonovBohm effect, Landau levels. Time evolution and pictures in Quantum Mechanics (Schrödinger, Heisenberg and Dirac pictures). Adiabatic motion and Berry phase. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: KleinGordon equation, Dirac equation, continuity equation, Lorentz invariance, spin and total angular momentum, free electron and positron, nonrelativistic limit, spinorbit interaction.
Plan of the lectures and practical courses
Grades

Prerequisite for exam/grade: a valid grade from the Quantum Mechanics 2 practical course.

Grades can be obtained by taking a written test. Those who could not pass the written test may try to pass by taking an oral exam.

Oral exam: two subjects are drawn from the list of exam items. You must pass in both subjects for a successful oral exam.Tests can be taken in Hungarian (questions will be asked in English, but you may answer in Hungarian).
Informal registration to exams
Literature:
Quantum Mechanics 2 Lecture notes (László Szunyogh & Bendegúz Nyári), in Hungarian
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics Lecture notes (László Szunyogh & Bendegúz Nyári), in Hungarian
Franz Schwabl: Quantummechanics, Springer 1990
Albert Messiah: Quantummechanics, Vol. 12, North Holland, 1986