Mathematics for Quantum Physics


Peter Bruin
Leiden University | Mathematisch Instituut
Keywords: Analysis, linear algebra, probability and statistics, quantum physics


Mathematics for Quantum Physics provides a compact introduction to the most important mathematical tools used in quantum mechanics. The text is aimed at students who already possess basic knowledge of calculus and complex numbers. It is divided into three parts: analysis, linear algebra and probability. The focus is on examples and applications, and each section comes with a collection of exercises.

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Peter Bruin, Leiden University | Mathematisch Instituut

Peter Bruin is a mathematician at Leiden University working on (computational) number theory, quantum algorithms and related topics. He has taught various mathematics courses to students in mathematics, physics and chemistry.


October 9, 2023


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