List of my scientific **publications**

See my home page for links and infos on other topics : HOME PAGE

- Database for
**mathematics**(you can also follow this link for physics). **Numerical recipes**home page.- The
**American Mathematical Society** - Centre de mathematiques de l'Ecole polytechnique
- Cellule MathDoc -- UMS 5638 (UJF/CNRS)
- MathGuide Homepage
- Linear Algebra WebNotes
- Specialized Fields
- Information for readers of sci.math.research
- Serveur ftp de math a l'UJF Grenoble
- FFTW Home Page
- Mathematical Problems of David Hilbert
- Mathmania Tour
**Some good lecture notes about Lie Algebras****Lie Groups**: The Journal of Lie Theory, Groups, Representations and Cohomology Preprint Archive**NEWSGROUP**: http://www.math.uiuc.edu/sci.math.research/**Unsolved problems**: http://www.mathsoft.com/asolve/index.html

- The
**Frequently Asked Questions**on physics newsgroups. **A keyword search engine**for particle physics publications is available at the**Stanford Linear Accelerator site****Preprint server**for some topics in physics and mathematics**Particle Data Group Site**(this group collects all the experimental results in particle physics and edits a summary every two years (The particle data booklet)).**History of mathematical physics.****The Journal of High Energy Physics**is probably the first official journal for particle physics which is published on the web with a free access. Everyone in the world can access to the papers published in this journal for free. Also for authors, the delay for publication is really short (about 1 month), whereas in "paper" journals like Nuclear Physics or Zeitschrift fuer Physics, one must wait of order 1 year between the submission of the paper and its effective publication in the journal, even if the text is in general already public from the beginning on the**Los Alamos National Laboratory**preprint server.**The Nobel Foundation****Nobel Laureates in Physics 1901 - 1999**- One of the 7 open maths problems for which one can win 1000000 US dollars .... Yang-Mills Theory
- Mathematical Physics Electronic Journal

**The CERN Home page** (The CERN
is a an international organisation located in Geneva, and its purpose is
mainly to conduct experiments in particle physics at some very high energies)

The **Stanford
Linear Accelerator**

**The Particle Physics Laboratory of
Annecy** (where I passed Ph. D)

Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Home Page

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Home Page

**The EPR "paradox":** I have put on this
page some classical references about this physical phenomenon.

**The LEP accelerator CERN (now replaced by LHC).**
You can see there the largest particle accelerator in the world
online (not in the winter, because the accelerator is down at this time, because
of the cost of electricity in Switzerland).

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Last update: 24/03/2021