# Quantum Science and Engineering Courses at Stanford

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**Quantum science and engineering **courses at Stanford are available from a number of departments. We have created this list as a starting point for students to research and consider courses that align with their interests in quantum. Conversations with your faculty advisor and peer advisors are tremendously beneficial when considering courses and research interests.

Course number and name can change. Check Stanford Bulletin ExploreCourses for details.

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APPPHYS 203 | Atoms, Fields, and Photons | Lev / Schleier-Smith / Safavi-Naeini |

APPPHYS 204 | Quantum Materials | Fisher, Suzuki |

APPPHYS 225 | Probability and Quantum Mechanics | Mabuchi |

APPPHYS 228 | Quantum Hardware | Safavi-Naeini |

APPPHYS 272 | Solid State Physics (PHYSICS 172) | Kapitulnik |

APPPHYS 280 | Phenomenology of Superconductors | Kapitulnik |

APPPHYS 282 | Intro to Modern Atomic Physics & Quantum Optics | N/A |

APPPHYS 346 | Nonlinear Optics | Fejer |

APPPHYS 376 | Cavity QED and Cavity Optomechanics | Safavi-Naeini |

CHEM 171 | Foundations of Physical Chemistry | Markland |

CHEM 261 | Computational Chemistry | Markland |

CHEM 271 | Advanced Physical Chemistry | M. Fayer |

CHEM 275 | Single Molecules and Light | W.E. Moerner |

CS 154 | Introduction to the Theory of Computation | Reingold, O. |

CS 254 | Computational Complexity (including quantum computing) | Tan |

CS 259Q | Quantum Computing | Rubinstein |

CS 269Q | Elements of Quantum Computer Programming | Boneh |

CS 359 | Modern Crypto including Post-Quantum | N/A |

CS 59SI | Quantum Computing: Open-Source Project Experience | Student-led |

EE 65 | Modern Physics for Engineers | D. Miller |

EE 134 | Introduction to Photonics | Congreve |

EE 222/223 | Applied Quantum Mechanics I, II | D. Miller |

EE 224 | Quantum Control and Engineering | J. Choi |

EE 234 | Photonics Lab | N/A |

EE 236C | Lasers | Heinz |

EE 243 | Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices | N/A |

EE 336 | Nanophotonics | S. Fan |

EE340 | Optical Micro and Nano Cavities | Vuckovic |

MATSCI 142 | Quantum Mechanics of Nanoscale Materials | Lindenberg |

MATSCI 201 | Applied Quantum Mechanics I (same as EE222) | Miller |

MATSCI 331 | Atom-based Computational Methods (including quantum methods) | Reed |

MATSCI 341 | Quantum Theory of Electronic and Optical Excitations in Materials | Felipe da Jornada |

PHYSICS 14N | Quantum Information | Schleier-Smith |

PHYSICS 65 | Quantum and Thermal Physics | G. Gratta |

PHYSICS 70 | Foundations of Modern Physics | E. Silverstein |

PHYSICS 106 | Experimental Methods in Quantum Physics | Hollberg |

PHYSICS 108 | Advanced Physics Laboratory: Project | Goldhaber-Gordon |

PHYSICS 130/131 | Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2 | H. Manoharan/X. Qi |

PHYSICS 134, 234 | Advanced Topics in Quantum Mechanics | Stanford |

PHYSICS 153 | Introduction to String Theory, Quantum Gravity, and Black Holes | Susskind |

PHYSICS 230/231 | Graduate Quantum Mecahnics I, II | Hayden |

PHYSICS 182/282/AP 282 | Quantum Gases | Lev |

PHYSICS 330/331/332 | Quantum Field Theory I, II, III | Senatore, Peskin, Silverstein |

PHYSICS 451 | Advanced Theoretical Physics II: Quantum Information Theory | Susskind |

PHYSICS 470 | Topological States of Matter | Feldman, Fisher, Raghu |

PHYSICS 470 | Topics in Modern Condensed Matter Theory I: Many Body Quantum Dynamics | Khemani |

PHYSICS 491 | Symmetry and Quantum Information | N/A |

PHYSICS 492 | Topological Quantum Computation | Cui |

EE276 / STATS 376A | Information Theory (including quantum information theory) | Tse / Weissman |

SYMSYS 265 | Quantum Algorithms and Quantum Cognition | Paulo Guimaraes De Assis |