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PHY315 — Quantum Physics II

PHY315 — Quantum Physics II

PHY 315 is the second semester of the quantum physics sequence for physics majors. The goal of the course is to give you a quantitative understanding of the quantum mechanical behavior of a single particle and of many particles at the atomic scale. Together with an introduction to the theory of special relativity you will acquire core ideas and concepts of modern physics that offer a fundamentally different view of the world than classical physics.

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PHY542/NAN542/PHY498 — Topics in Biophysics I

PHY542/NAN542/PHY498 — Topics in Biophysics I

This course is an introduction to biophysics for graduate and senior undergraduate students from physics, chemistry, engineering or related fields. The goal of this lecture is to give you the basics to understand and critically analyze recent publications in the interdisciplinary field of biophysics and develop a sense for how to model biological processes using physical principles.

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Tutorial: MDAnalysis

Tutorial: MDAnalysis

A short introductory tutorial on MDAnalysis

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