Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics (lecture)
Time and place:
- Mo 9:00-12:00, Room SR 01.779
Fields of study
- WF Ph-MA 123456789ABCDEF
Prerequisites / Organisational information
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In this course we will introduce the so-called Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics as a modern algebraic tool in theoretical and mathematical physics. Applications are made to non-relativistic quantum mechanics, to systems characterised by the Pauli and Dirac equations, as well as to stochastics systems described via the Fokker-Planck equation. The course consists of a lecture in the morning, a tutorial in the afternoon and corresponding homework problems.