Lecture notes and solved exercises
PDFs are two clicks away—first pick a course (e.g. Electromagnetism) in the list below, then pick a document (e.g. Solved exercises).
What you’re reading: the collection of typeset notes I compiled while studying in the physics program at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (FMF) at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. The notes come mostly from the final three semesters. (Link to the curriculum).
Intended audience: primarily FMF students taking the same courses, but everyone is welcome!
Wait you wrote 1500 pages of LaTeX lecture notes in three semesters? Yeah I guess it turned out that way, here’s a guide to how I did it: Real-time LaTeX with (Neo)Vim.
1500 pages of notes is nothing too special by the way—check out Dexter Chua’s Cambridge notes for something really cool.
Year 3 courses
- Quantum mechanics
- Continuum mechanics
- Measurement of ionizing radiation
- Physical measurements
- Solid state physics
Missing: Laboratory 5, Data acquisition and processing, Mathematical physics practicum
Year 2 courses
Missing: Laboratory 3, Laboratory 4, Modern physics 1, Modern physics 2, Electronics 1, Electronics 2, Probability in physics, Mathematical physics.
Year 1 courses
Nothing to show here. I had not yet learned LaTeX and only took handwritten notes.