Quantum Entanglements: Part 1

Course Description

This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the first of a three-quarter sequence of classes exploring "quantum entanglements" in modern theoretical physics. The course is taught by Leonard Susskind, the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University.

Quantum Entanglements: Part 1
Prof. Leonard Susskind in Lecture 9.

 

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Weirdness of Quantum Mechanics (01:35:35) Play Video
2 Basics of Quantum Mechanics (01:48:39) Play Video
3 Complex Numbers (01:46:54) Play Video
4 Lecture 4 (01:54:07) Play Video
5 Entangled States (01:44:59) Play Video
6 Projection Operators and Subspaces (01:59:13) Play Video
7 Double-Slit Experiment (01:44:56) Play Video
8 Density Matrix and Probability (01:47:43) Play Video
9 Lecture 9 (01:37:01) Play Video

Comments

Displaying 4 comments:

romistrub wrote 10 years ago.
Topics :br>
- Classical bits, configuration space, time evolution

- Linear algebra review, vector representation of
configuration, matrix representation of operations and time
evolution, matrix computation


romistrub wrote 10 years ago.
Topics :br>
- Classical bits, configuration space, time evolution

- Linear algebra review, vector representation of
configuration, matrix representation of operations and time
evolution, matrix computation


Amin wrote 10 years ago.
Comparing classical picture of electron spin with quantum
one.
Describing vector and vector space, concept with is used to
formulate quantum mechanics.


Amin wrote 10 years ago.
Describing classical physics using the idea of classic
bits.


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