### PHYS 2373: Mathematical Methods in Physics

Credits: 3

This course for undergraduate honors majors and some first year graduate students will prepare you for most of the mathematical techniques required in most first year physics graduate courses, at Pitt or elsewhere. The course will include: Theory and applications of analytic functions, with emphasis on contour integration and infinite series. Review of finite-dimensional linear vector spaces, leading to an introduction to Hilbert spaces. Applications to ordinary and partial differential equations, including introduction to the most commonly used special functions.

Professor | Course Year | Course Semester | Download |
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Andrew R Zentner | 2017-2018 | Fall | Syllabus: DL |