Quantum physics on OCW and edX

Fans of physics will be happy to hear that we’ve recently published 8.04 Quantum Physics I and 8.05 Quantum Physics II on OCW, both with full video lectures. Together with 8.06 Quantum Physics III, these courses are the MIT undergraduate quantum physics sequence.

Next year, 8.05 will be offered as a MOOC on edX. The online course will follow the MIT on-campus version and will be equally rigorous. Reviewing the prerequisite courses (including 8.04) on OCW may be the best way to prepare.

If you’d like to learn a little bit more about Prof. Allan Adams before diving into the 8.04 video lectures, watch him explain his research on string theory in just 30 seconds:


One thought on “Quantum physics on OCW and edX

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