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Lecture: 5.04.4651 Fouriertechniken in der Physik - Details
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# General information

 Course name Lecture: 5.04.4651 Fouriertechniken in der Physik Subtitle Course number 5.04.4651 Semester Wintersemester 2020/2021 Current number of participants 27 expected number of participants 30 Home institute Institute of Physics Courses type Lecture in category Teaching First date Tue., 20.10.2020 10:00 - 12:00, Room: (online) Type/Form V Pre-requisites Basic lectures in theoretical physics Learning organisation lecture Performance record 1 exam or 1 presentation or 1 oral examination or 1 chore Lehrsprache deutsch Info-Link http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fileadmin/user_upload/physik/PDF/Modulhandbuecher/Modulhandbuch_Fach-Master_Physik_2015_WS.pdf#page=65 Miscellanea 6 CP with Ultrashort Laser Pulses (SS, 5.04.4662, 3 CP) ECTS points 3

# Course location / Course dates

 (online) Tuesday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (14x) n.a. Fri., 05.03.2021 10:00 - 12:00

# Comment/Description

The students know the definition of the Fourier-Transformation (FT) and learn about explicit examples. They know the properties and theorems of the FT, are able to apply these and describe physical processes both in time and frequency domain. They gain deep insights about physical processes analyzing the frequency domain and are able to utilize Fourier techniques solving physical problems, e.g. finding solutions of the time dependent Schrödinger equation. In addition, they learn about examples of the current english physical literature.

Content:
Motivation: Applications of the FT in physics. Examples for Fourier paires, properties of the FT: symmetries, important theorems, shifting, differentiation, convolution theorem, uncertainty relation. Examples concerning the convolution theorem: frequency comb, Hilbert transformation, autocorrelation function. Methods of the time/frequency analysis and Wigner distribution. FT in higher dimensions: tomography. Discrete FT, sampling theorem. Applications in quantum mechanics