Schedule and assignments
(subject to change, check web page http://ultracold.physics.sunysb.edu/Courses/PHY452.562-08.Fall/ regularly)
HW is due in S-138 on Fridays following the week in which it is assigned, and it will be graded. PHY562 students will solve more and/or more challenging problems. You may work together on solving the problems, but cannot hand in the same solutions. Solutions will be posted after the homework is collected. Therefore, late papers will NOT be accepted.
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