Schedule and assignments
(subject to change, check web page http://ultracold.physics.sunysb.edu/Courses/PHY300-19.Spring/ regularly)
Update: All course materials are/will be posted on Blackboard
*Regulations for lab and homework
HOMEWORK: The homework will be collected
on the due dates indicated, and it will be
graded. You may work together on solving the
problems, but cannot hand in the same solutions -
we will be on the watch for this kind of problem.
Solutions will be posted after the homework
is collected. Therefore,
late papers will NOT be accepted.
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|last update 01/23/2019|