Heavy Flavours II (1998)
Heavy Flavours I (1992)
Knots and Feynman diagrams (2000)
Group theory and quantum mechanics (Tinkham, 2003)
Atomic physics (Foot, 2005)
Geometric set theory (2020)
Harmonic superspace (2001)
Basic superfluids (2002)
Cosmology's Century (2020)
Asteroids IV (2015)
History of topology (1999)
Astronomical spectroscopy... (2019)
Modern classical optics (2003)
Antenna theory: analysis and design (3rd, 2012)
Fundamentals of photonics (3rd, 2019)
Knots and links (2003)
Where do numbers come from? (2020)
Complex analysis (2012)
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