**Instructor:** Daniel V. Schroeder

Other course materials are posted in the WSU Online (Canvas) system.

**Web resources**

- Request a home-use Mathematica license under WSU’s site license
- Quantum Mechanics with Mathematica: A Tutorial for Instructors (23-page pdf)
- Web apps written by your instructor
- PhET quantum physics simulations
- Falstad’s math and physics applets
- Physlet Quantum Physics (a large collection of Java applets)
- Minute Physics quantum mechanics videos
- Veritasium quantum videos
- Looking Glass Universe videos (delightful but beware of minor inaccuracies)
- Visualization of Quantum Physics (animated video on wavepackets)
- Atomic Physics and Reality (1985 documentary on tests of Bell’s theorem)
- The Theory of Quantum Mechanics: Seven Lectures for Students of Introductory University Physics by Daniel T. Gillespie
- Feynman on the double-slit paradox (video)
- “Is the moon there when nobody looks? Reality and quantum theory,” by N. David Mermin (Physics Today, April 1985, pp. 38–47).
- Bell's inequality 50 years later
- Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics (article by Peter J. Lewis)
- Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics (video by Dominic Walliman)
- Quantum Computers Animated
- Quantum Computing and the Entanglement Frontier (video lecture by John Preskill)
- The Most Embarrassing Graph in Modern Physics
- Sean Carroll's advanced course on entanglement
- The Straight Dope on Schrödinger’s cat
- The Blind Men and the Elephant