Lectures on Classical mechanics has contents: From Newton's Laws to Langrange's equations, equations of motion, lagrangian's and noether, time translation, conserved quantities from symmetries, example problems, electrodynamics and relativistic lagrangians, relativistic particle in an electromagnetic field,...and other contents.
The fields of cosmology and particle astrophysics (sometimes collectively
named astroparticle physics) are currently experiencing an era which will
most probably be remembered as ‘the golden age’. The developments during
the last few years have been truly astonishing, and the planning and building
of new detectors, telescopes and other experimental facilities will guarantee
an interesting decade to follow.
The idea for this book originated from the Joint Discussion 10 of
the XXIV IAU General Assembly held in Manchester (England) in the
summer of 2000. The extremely successful session on mergers in clusters
of galaxies persuaded the publisher of this book to have a volume on
such a topic.
Clusters of galaxies are by now recognized to be not simple relaxed
structures, but rather they are evolving via merging processes in a hierarchical
fashion from poor groups to rich clusters.
(BQ) Part 1 book "A first course in string theory" has contents: A brief introduction, special relativity and extra dimensions, electromagnetism and gravitation in various dimensions, nonrelativistic strings, the relativistic point particle, relativistic strings,... and other contents.