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First lecture Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Has happened today. There were almost as many students as Blackboard has predicted. Actually did not count them. Introduced Alina and she received an enthousiastic response (despite a realtively short appearence).

The audience is visibly more active than a year ago. Any time I was asking for a response, I was getting some. A hypothesis: this is a function of student density. When students are close to each other, they are less likely to fall asleep and thus follow the lecture. As to questions: we did not get that far. The questions usually come from international students, and it seemed that there are no many of them this year.

I’m afraid I was also slightly over-excited and put too much entertainment. The response to this was mixed. Perhaps because of jokes, was out of time for the Fock space. Anyway this topic suits more the lecture #2.

There were many organizational questions after the lecture: eventually, much more than in years past. There may be a sort of of misunderstanding. I am going to post a message at the Blackboard to make sure everybody knows the answers.

To summarize, I met a reasonably active, inspiring audience. However, I still have to adjust to it.

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Wow, I can’t believe that anyone can actually get their head around quantum mechanics. My nephew can I and I don’t understand a word of it.

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THAT IS GREAT: A COMMENT FROM A REAL, NON-QUANTUM MECHANIC! (though spam mechanic…)

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