This is a three-semester course, so each part is the prerequisite of the next part. We start from the basics of Thermodynamics (the axioms of thermodynamics and their consequences) and ends at advanced and optional topics in Statistical mechanics (e.g. nureal networks). The lecture notes of this course will be revised and uploaded as we go along, but you can see the old lecture notes below. For the second and third parts, only knowledge of the basics of quantum mechanics is assumed.
For further study you can consult any of the following texts.
These lecture notes are not complete and are being developed as I teach the course from time to time.
The class holds on Saturdays and Mondays from 10:30 till 12:00 am in room 412. We start on Saturday 14th of Bahman 1402. The TA's are:
The times and places of TA classes are:
The role of TA's will be to solve suitable problems for explaining in more detail the content of the course. Attending TA classes will help you to better solve the exam problems. This by no means indicate that the exam problems are identical to the problems solves in the TA classes.
4 | 18 Far 1402 | 1 Ord 1402 |
5 | 1 Ord 1402 | 15 Ord 1402 |
6 | 15 Ord 1402 | 29 Ord 1402 |
7 | 29 Ord 1402 | 29 Kho 1402 |
Your final grade is determined according to the following table: Each exam naturally needs that you know the material up to that exam.
Score from 20 | Date | |
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Midterm Exam | 6 | 23/1/1403, 9:00 PM |
Homeworks | 8 | --- |
Final Exam | 6 | TBA |