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Some of my experiences (mostly programming) that worth mentioning and spreading:


Quantum potential well simulation

B.Sc. project about numeric methods for solving Schrödinger equation and animating time evolution of wave function of an electron under influence of an arbitrary potential pattern.
You can read the documentation of the project by clicking or tapping here!



Calculating Euler's number

A program written in python3 and using 'decimal' built-in module, that caculates e with arbitrary decimal places number.
You can read the documents and the code by clicking or tapping here.



Calculating band structure of graphene nanoribbon and nanotube using atomistic model

Using tight binding and atomistic model, it is easy to calculate graphene nanoribbon and nanotube band structure, numerically.
You can read the documents and the code by clicking or tapping here.



Approaching eigenvalues and eigenstates of a finite quantum potential well, using 'shooting method'.

Shooting method is another useful method to calculate eigenvalues and eigenstates of a finite quantum potential well. I applied the method to single-well, double-well, and multiple-well conditions.
You can read the documents and have access to the codes by clicking here.



Undergraduate Quantum mechanics course TA

Me and a friend named M. Bornadel attended undergraduate quantum mechanics course TA, in Fall 2019 semester. We have planned to put the exercises and other documents in a webpage. I will put the link here as soon as the webpage got ready.