Advanced Concepts in Quantum Mechanics
Auteurs : Esposito Giampiero, Marmo Giuseppe, Miele Gennaro, Sudarshan George
Introducing a geometric view of fundamental physics, starting from quantum mechanics and its experimental foundations, this book is ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in quantum mechanics and mathematical physics. Focusing on structural issues and geometric ideas, this book guides readers from the concepts of classical mechanics to those of quantum mechanics. The book features an original presentation of classical mechanics, with the choice of topics motivated by the subsequent development of quantum mechanics, especially wave equations, Poisson brackets and harmonic oscillators. It also presents new treatments of waves and particles and the symmetries in quantum mechanics, as well as extensive coverage of the experimental foundations.
Giuseppe Marmo is Professor of Theoretical Physics at Naples University. His research interests are in the geometry of classical and quantum dynamical systems, deformation quantization and constrained and integrable systems.
Gennaro Miele is Associate Professor in Theoretical Physics at the University of Naples 'Federico II', Italy. His main research interests are primordial nucleosynthesis and neutrino cosmology.
George Sudarshan is Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, University of Texas, Austin. His research has revolutionized the understanding of classical and quantum dynamics.
Date de parution : 11-2014
Ouvrage de 397 p.
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