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Principles of Quantum Engineering

ECE 342

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Fundamentals of quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics needed for understanding the principles of operation of modern solid state and optoelectronic devices and quantum computers. Topics covered include Schrödinger Equation, Operator and Matrix Methods, Quantum Statistics and Distribution Functions, and Approximation Methods, with examples from solid state and materials physics and quantum electronics. The course complements ECE 396, Introduction to Quantum Computing as well as ECE 445, Solid State Devices, and prepares the student for more advanced courses (e.g., ECE 441, ECE 442, ECE 453, ECE 456).
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