Physics 481: Condensed Matter Physics – Spring Semester 2011Instructor:Thomas VojtaOffice: 119 Physics, phone: 341-4793,email: [email protected]Office hours:Tuesday 1pm to 2pm.You can also email for an appointment or just drop in any time.Course home page:http://www.mst.edu/∼vojtat/class481/class481.htmlClass time:1:00 pm – 1:50 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Room 127 Physics BuildingPrerequisites:Physics 461 – Quantum Mechanics IRecommended text:“Condensed Matter Physics” by Michael Marder(get thecorrected printingwhich fixes a large number of typos)Further reading:“Solid State Physics” by Ashcroft and MerminHomework:Homework will be given in class on Friday and also posted on the WWW.Assignments are due the following Friday. Each assignment is worth 40 points.A total of 400 points may be earned from the homework although more than 400points of homework will be assigned. This allows you to miss a few problemswithout penalty.
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