Quantum Theory and Statistical Physics.
If you are a first year master’s student interested in these courses for credit, please consult with your local contact, before registering for the course
The course “Advanced Topics in Theoretical Physics” is an advanced level master course with the dual purpose of teach the advanced theoretical physics concepts that are shared between all research directions as well as bridging the remaining gap to the research frontier. It is therefore also highly recommended to beginning PhD students.
This course is organized by the Delta ITP, which is a joint initiative between the Universities of Leiden (UL), Utrecht (UU), and Amsterdam (UvA). The lectures are given by professors from these three universities, on topics that change every year. The topic of the fall semester course will be "A three-Fold Wat to Condensed Matter Physics".
Details of the course can be found at the Delta-ITP/DRTSTP Advanced Topics in Theoretical Physics website here course details
Please register there. The location of this semester’s course will be Leiden University. Directions can be found here
Mode of instruction
This course consists of three modules.
Each module spans five weeks and consists of a two-hour lectures + a two-hour problem session the first four weeks, and an exam the fifth week.
Three exams: two of the three exams must be passed in order to pass the course.
To have access to Blackboard you need a ULCN-account.Blackboard UL
Announced by lectures. See website.
Contactdetails Teacher(s):Prof.dr.K.Schalm (Koenraad)