Quantum Mechanics for Engineers Specialization

This Specialization is intended for engineers seeking to acquire fundamental understanding of quantum mechanics which are the basis of modern electrical, mechanical and quantum engineering. Through 3 courses, you will learn (1) basic concepts such as superposition and entanglement of quantum states, measurement in quantum mechanics and uncertainty principle, (2) mathematical
tools needed to describe and manipulate quantum states, (3) advanced theory of angular momentum and (4) approximation methods widely applicable in many fields.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Understand fundamental concepts of quantum mechanics; Achieve mastery of required mathematical apparatus ; Describe behaviors of quantum systems
- Understand the quantum mechanical meaning of wave-particle duality
- Calculate probabilities and expectation values for physical observables
- Use both Schrödinger and Heisenberg picture to solve for time evolution of quantum states

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Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (Coursera)

Oct 18th 2021
Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (Coursera)
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This course covers the fundamental concepts and topics of quantum mechanics which include basic concepts, 1D potential problems, time evolution of quantum states, and essential linear algebra. It provides undergraduate level foundational knowledge and build on them more advanced topics.
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Approximation Methods (Coursera)

This course introduces the quantum mechanical concept of angular momentum operator and its relationship with rotation operator. It then presents the angular momentum operators, their eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. Finally, it covers the theory of angular momentum addition.
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Theory of Angular Momentum (Coursera)

This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA xxxx, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. This course introduces the quantum mechanical concept of angular momentum operator and its relationship with rotation operator. It then presents the angular momentum operators, their eigenvalues [...]
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