# Teaching

#### Natural Science Tripos Part IA: Physics

Tuesdays, Camden House Drawing Room:

- 14:00-15:00: Ben R, Jacob, Maddy
- 15:00-16:00: Ben I, Rohan
- 16:00-17:00: Luke, Daniele

*Do 6 questions per week. Email scanned work as one file in .pdf format to jed.burkat@physics.org by Monday midnight.*

Michaelmas Weeks 1-4: Dynamics: Problem Set | Additional Problems | Solutions

Michaelmas Weeks 5-8: Rotational Dynamics & Special Relativity: Problem Set | Solutions

Lent Weeks 1-4: Oscillating Systems: Problem Set | Additional Problems | Solutions

Lent Weeks 5-8: Waves and Quantum Waves: Problem Set | Solutions

##### Resources you may find useful:

1st year Mathematics:

- Louis Lyons -
*All You Wanted to Know about Mathematics but Were Afraid to Ask* - H. M. Schey -
*Div, Grad, Curl, and All That*

Classical Mechanics & Relativity:

- David Morin -
*Introduction to Classical Mechanics* - Andrew Steane -
*Relativity Made Relatively Easy*

Electromagnetism:

- David J. Griffiths -
*Introduction to Electrodynamics*

Some very useful notes by Toby Adkins (borrowed from “the other place”):

- Mechanics and Special Relativity
- Electromagnetism, Optics and Circuits
- Complex Numbers, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
- Calculus, Vector Calculus and Waves

#### Mathematical Tripos Part II: Quantum Information and Computation

Mott Building, Cavendish Laboratory:

Lent Week 3: Problem Set 1

Lent Week 5: Problem Set 2

Lent Week 7: Problem Set 3

Easter Week 1: Problem Set 4

##### Resources you may find useful:

Textbooks and Lecture Notes:

- Richard Jozsa -
*Quantum Information and Computation* - Michael A. Nielsen, Isaac L. Chuang -
*Quantum Computation and Quantum Information* - A. Ekert, T, Hosgood, A. Kay, C. Macchiavello -
*Introduction to Quantum Information Science* - Michael Walter -
*Symmetry and Quantum Information*

More Advanced:

- John Watrous -
*The Theory of Quantum Information* - Michael M. Wolf -
*Lecture Notes* - Andrew M. Childs -
*Lecture Notes on Quantum Algorithms*