## Description

In the following, you can find some of the material (always more on the way) that I found useful for my studies. Some of the notes were written by myself, so don't expect them to be free of mistakes! If you think that there is something of interest for you, just send me an email ;-)

## Index

## List of resources by subject

## Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics

**Books**

- Principles of Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics - Debashish Chowdhury, Dietrich Stauffer [Wiley]
- Statistical Mechanics of Lattice Systems: a Concrete Mathematical Introduction - Sacha Friedli, Yvan Velenik [Link]

**Lectures**

**Notes**

- Guerra's interpolation scheme applied to the Curie-Weiss ferromagnet

## Disordered Systems

**Books**

## English Language

**Links**

- Ludwig (linguistic search engine that helps you to write better in English)

## Interacting Particle Systems

## Latex

**Links**

- Detexify (draw the symbol you are looking for and get the latex code)
- Latex Search (allows to search for math symbols in a document) - coming soon
- Math (converts handwriting to Latex code)
- Mathpix (converts images to Latex code)
- Tables Generator (allows to graphically define a table and produces the relevant latex code)
- Todonotes (margin notes)

**Templates**

- LaTeX Templates
- The University of Warwick - PhD thesis template (Download)

## Measure Theory

**Books**

- Measure, Integral and Probability - Marek Capinski, Peter E. Kopp [Springer]

## Miscellanea

**Links**

- Paperscape (dynamic network of scientific papers on ArXiv)
- Integral Calculator

## R

**Links**

## Stochastic Processes

**Notes**

- Doob's h-transform

## Structure of Matter

**Books**

- Atoms, Molecules and Photons - Wolfgang Demtröder [Springer]

## Visualization

**Books**

**Links**

- Colah's Blog (Computer Science)
- Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain - question from Math StackExchange
- Wikipedia Gallery - made by Lucas Vieira Barbosa
- Wikipedia Commons - Proof without Words voice