QuVis: The University of St Andrews Quantum Mechanics Visualisation project

QuVis consists of interactive simulations for the learning and teaching of quantum mechanics at university level. Use the links above to navigate between four collections of simulations. The simulations for two-level systems are part of the Institute of Physics New Quantum Curriculum, freely available online resources for a first course in university quantum mechanics. We gratefully acknowledge funding from the UK Institute of Physics to develop these simulations. The full resources including articles, simulations and activities are available at http://quantumphysics.iop.org. The simulations for physics students and physical chemistry students have been developed with financial support from the UK Higher Education Academy and the University of St Andrews.

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animation icon for Interferometer Experiments
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Mach-Zehnder Interferometer (I)
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Mach-Zehnder Interferometer (II)
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Expectation Value
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Superposition States
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Measurement Outcome Uncertainty
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Spin 1 Particles
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Entanglement
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Entanglement Versus Hidden Variables
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for An Elementary Hidden Variable Theory
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Quantum Cryptography
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Matrix Multiplication
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Complex Eigenvectors
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for The Bloch Sphere
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Time Development
Problem Sets:   pdf  
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animation icon for Successive Measurements
Problem Sets:   pdf  

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