About the Author
Jan-Markus Schwindt studied physics and mathematics in Heidelberg and Cambridge.
He obtained his PhD in 2004 at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Heidelberg.
Subsequently, he spent four years doing research and teaching as a postdoc at the
Universities of Mainz and Heidelberg. The focus of his research was on Cosmology
and Quantum Gravity. During this time, he often acted as a tutor.
Now, he brought his teaching experience into this book.
Table of Contents
Part I Formalism and Interpretation.- Introduction: Nonlocal or Unreal?.- Formalism II: Infinite-Dimensional Hilbert Spaces.- Interpretation.- Part II A Single Scalar Particle in an External Potential.- Two-Dimensional Problems.- Three-Dimensional Problems.- Scattering Theory.- Part III Advanced Topics.- Spin.- Electromagnetic Interaction.- Perturbation Theory.- N-Particle Systems.- Path Integral.- Dirac Equation.