__Quantum Computing / Quantum Information__

Quantum Computation and Quantum Information – Nielsen & Chuang

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, Eduard

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Introduction to Quantum Information Science – Vlatko Vedral

Who has this book: Mike & Tina

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Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists – Yanofsky & Mannucci

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, Eduard

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Quantum Computer Science – N. David Mermin

Who has this book: Mike & Tina

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__Quantum Mechanics__

Principles of quantum mechanics – Shankar

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, John, Matt

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Quantum mechanics : concepts and applications – Zettili

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, John

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Introduction to quantum mechanics – Griffiths

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, John, Mary Ann

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Quantum mechanics for scientists and engineers – Miller

Who has this book: Mike & Tina

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No-Nonsense Quantum Mechanics – Schwichtenberg

Who has this book: Buck, Keith, Mike & Tina

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**Quantum Mechanics Vols 1,2** Cohen-Tannoudji, Diu, Laloe

Who has this book: Matt

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__Quantum Field Theory__

Quantum field theory for the gifted amateur – Lancasterm & Blundell

Who has this book: Mike & Tina

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An interpretive introduction to quantum field theory – Paul Teller

Who has this book: Mike & Tina, Wayne

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Quantum Field Theory – Mark Srednicki

Who has this book: Mike & Tina

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__Mathematics__

Brad Osgood’s Class on the Fourier Transform

– There is a free book that goes with this. If you can’t find it online, Mike has a copy.

__Stuff Generated by our group__

Quantum class notes

Comments: These are the notes from the original “Quantum Class” that Mike and Tina did in Portland. They might be a good place to start for people who are interested in learning some very basic things about quantum theory, but don’t have a lot of math background. The basic prerequisite is just high school algebra.

Some further quantum computing notes

Quantum Phase Kickback

Comments: From Eduard’s 2019 lecture

Transition Chart (from discrete to continuous vector spaces)