Announcing QM course.

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vanesch

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Hello,

I'd like to announce an on-line study group that will start soon, reading "Modern Quantum Mechanics" by JJ Sakurai. More information can be found here:
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/patrick.vanesch/NRQM_main_page.html

people interested in participating can e-mail me.


cheers,
patrick..
 

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Nice to see you posting on PF Patrick. As the old denizens here already know, I am DickT, from the old QFT course. Hope to see more of you in the future. And I got your response over at sci.physics.particle, about the new course. Thanks!
 

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This looks great, and MQM by Sakurai is one of my favorite books. The only thing I don't see is a link to the discussion forum for the course. [?]
 

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Hi Tom,

Yes, you're right, that's because the web pages haven't yet been set up. It will happen on the site of:
www.superstringtheory.com
but Patricia Schwarz (who is the webmaster) still has to set up the course pages...

cheers,
Patrick.
 

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Is Patricia still in the loop Patrick? Do you know if she is aware of the problems with the superstingtheory.com site? Several of the boards are unreachable.
 

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