APMA E6901, Waves in Random Media
# APMA E6901 - Fall 2005 - Waves in Random Media

### Instructor: *Guillaume Bal*

*Office:* Mudd 206
*Office Hours:* after class & by appointment
*Office Phone: * (212) 854 4731
*e-mail:*
gb2030@columbia.edu
*Class meeting:* Th. 12:45-2:45 Mudd 214.

### handout.

You will find there a summary for the organization of the course
and some bibliographical references.

### Slides of the two-hour talk
given onFriday 12/09.

Homework 1 (due Friday 10/14/2005).

Exercises (in lecture notes) 1.2.2; 1.3.4(i); 1.3.9(i); 2.1.1; 2.1.3;
3.1.1; 3.2.1; 3.3.1.

Homework 2 (due Friday 12/8/2005).

Exercises (in
lecture notes) 4.3.1; 5.1.1; 5.3.3; 5.5.2.

Problem: Derive the
radiative transfer equations in the weak coupling regime for the
Schroedinger equation (5.65) in the notes, where the potential V(x) is
replaced by a highly oscillatory perturbation as in (6.6). Hint: look
at the 1996 Wave Motion paper by Ryzhik et al.

Guillaume Bal