|Office:||231 Illini Hall|
|2:00-2:30pm MWF in 445 Altgeld Hall, 2 credits for the first 8 weeks, plus 2 credits for the remainder of the semester if you register for the second course.|
|Mondays 1:00-1:50 pm, and Wednesdays 3:00-3:50pm, or by appointment, in my office, 231 Illini Hall. I would be happy to answer your questions in my office anytime as long as I'm not otherwise engaged, and before and after class are good times to catch me either in my office or in the classroom.|
|Textbook:||The main text will be chapters written by Seiringer and Solovej in the book Quantum Many Body Systems, ed. Giuliani, Mastropietro, and Yngvason, Lecture Notes in Mathematics Vol. 2051, Springer (2012) available through our library online at this link.|
Homework/Attendance: 50% of the course grade |
Midterm/Final Projects: 50%, a short midterm presentation and a full-length final presentation on a paper or section of a book closely related to the course. Some suggestions are below, but are not exhaustive. Connections to machine learning are encouraged.
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across a range of social groups including race, ethnicity, gender
identity, sexual orientation, abilities, economic class, religion,
and their intersections. I expect that we will all treat each
other with respect. Please contact me to request disability accommodations.