- An extra class will be held on Thursday, Nov.15/Aban.24 more details on this link.

- Midterm has been set and you can see more details on this link.

- Problem set 3 has been uploaded.

- Scores of problem set 1 have been uploaded and you can see yours.

- Problem set 2 has been uploaded.

-  Last update October 2, 2018.


Dr. Ali Rezakhani

Weekly schedule: Sat., Mon.,13:30 - 15:00, Ebn Sina.11;

Teaching Assistants

   Muhammad Ebrahimi; Tuesday  , 19:30 - 18:00Ph.1;                       

  Muhammad Ebrahimi; Wednesday  , 16:30 – 15:00Ph.1;

Grading Policy

You have 2 exams (Midterm and Final) which contain 16/20 of your total grade.

The Homeworks grade (Assignment + Quizzes) is 4/20 of your total grade.


  • Homework will be assigned every two weeks.
  • The deadline for each assignment is exactly one week after its upload.
  • The assignments will be distributed via the course web page.
  • The homework is a very important part of the course. You may read your lecture notes and the text, and think that you understand the material. However, when you attempt to work the homework problems, you will frequently find that you actually did not understand the material as well as you thought you did. Also, the problems on the exams will be similar to the homework problems, thereby assisting in the exam preparation process.
  • While it is perfectly reasonable to discuss your approach to solving the problems with a friend, the final write-up of the solution must be your own work. However, you will benefit most from the homework if you attempt to do the problems before consulting your friends.
  • There will be quizzes on each subject we discussed on that at TA class.

Rules for Preparing your Solutions

  • Save the trees by not using too many papers.
  • Put the problems in the proper order.
  • Staple the pages together before turning in the assignment.


Main refrence:

  1. Mathematical Physics  ,A Modern Introduction to Its Foundations,Sadri Hassani

Recommended text:

  1. Methods of Theoretical Physics, Morse and Feshbach
  2. Mathematical Methods of Physics; Jon Mathews
  3. Mathematical Methods for Physicists, George Brown Arfken And Hans J. Weber
  4. Green's function and Boundary value problems, Ivar Stakgold
  5. A Course of Modern Analysis, E. T. Whittaker, G. N. Watson
  6. Complex analysis and special topics in harmonic analysis, Berenstein C., Gay R.


  • Midterm Exam: Thursday, Nov.22/Azar.1
  • Final Exam: Monday, Jan.7/Dey.17