Hamiltonian mechanics and semiclassical quantum mechanics

This is an online course that I am teaching at the University of Amsterdam. It is a 3EC course at the master program. It is suitable for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students. Here is the syllabus.

Schedule of lectures: 10am-12pm, June 7, June 9, June 14, June 16; 9-11am, June 21, June 23 (Amsterdam time).

Here is the zoom link https://berkeley.service-now.com/kb?id=kb_article_view&sysparm_article=KB0013718. Meeting ID 990 9329 7190, passcode 209594. Test session will start at 9:30 am on Tuesday, June 7. If you will have problems accessing the meeting, please email me to my Berkeley email. It seems the Meeting ID works better.

First few lectures will be parallel to Mathematical aspects of classical and quantum mechanics, which is a short introductory course given online this Spring.

Lecture Notes can be found here:

These are Lecture Notes that I prepare in advance.

Notes that I make during zoom lectures are here:

Recorded lectures are here. Unfortunately, I forgot to make a recording of Lecture-2, so it will never be here :(.

Homework assignments are here:

If you have questions about the course, you can send them to my Berkeley email address.

There is a site where recordings of discussion sections are placed. I can send the link to this site to everyone who is participating in the class.

This course will be graded on Pass/Non-pass basis. The final grade will be assigned on how much of HW a student will do and on the base of final discussion where I will ask a student to explain how he/she did a problem from the HW.