**Aktuell/News:**

The results of the retake exam (Wiederholungsprüfung) can now be seen

here
The marked exams can be viewed at Dr. Hack's office on Tue 29 Nov 14.00-16.00. Please contact Dr. Hack beforehand
if you would like to view the exam.

When viewing the exams, you must not write on the marked exam, and you are not allowed to make
a photocopy or to take pictures of it. You can take notes, but you must only use pencil when doing so.

**Zeiten/Orte der Lehrveranstaltungen /**

Times and Locations of Lectures and Classes

**Vorlesungen/Lectures**
Prof. Dr. R. Verch

Mon 13:30-15:00, ITP, Brüderstr. 16, Room 210 (2nd floor)

Thu 09:00-10:30, ITP, Brüderstr. 16, Room 210 (2nd floor)

**Übungen/Exercise Class**
Dr. T.-P. Hack

** Wed 14:00-15:30 **, ITP, Brüderstr. 16, Room 210 (2nd floor)

**Empfehlenswerte Literatur/Recommended Literature:**

S. Gasiorowicz: Quantum Physics, Wiley, 3rd Ed, 2003
D.J. Griffiths: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2nd Ed, 2004
A. Galindo, P. Pascual: Quantum Mechanics I (+ II), Springer TMP, 1990
A. Messiah: Quantum Mechanics I (+ II) (new editions have the originally two volumes bound in one),

Dover Publications, 2014
A. Peres: Quantum Theory - Concepts and Methods, Kluwer, 1996
M. LeBellac: Quantum Physics, CUP, 2006
G. Auletta, M. Fortunato, G. Parisi: Quantum Mechanics, CUP, 2009
** Mathematical literature **
V. Moretti: Spectral Theory and Quantum Mechanics, Springer Unitext, 2013.

A very nice book on many aspects of Hilbert space mathematics in quantum mechanics.
Carefully done with many good explanations. Certainly the material extends what is required
for a 1st course in QM.
P. Blanchard, E. Brüning: Mathematical Methods in Physics, Springer, 2003

A well written book, covering Fourier transforms, distributions, Hilbert space mathematics and
variational methods. Very recommendable.
** Further Material**
The uncertainty relations for position and momentum have been presented in the lecture to
refer to the source/state and not to the measurement. This is the standard (and in a sense minimal)
interpretation. There is some discussion in the literature on uncertainty relations that refer to
the measurement. A nice recent paper on this matter is

** P. Busch, P. Lahti, R. F. Werner``Measurement uncertainty relations'', Journal of Mathematical Physics 55, 042111 (2014) **,

arXiv:1312.4392
While this may be somewhat too advanced for beginning QM students, I am sure many of you will be able to
understand most of this paper towards the end of the course.

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