First copy of Mathematical Methods for Optical Physics and Engineering arrived!

This morning was a personal milestone for me: the very first copy of my new textbook, Mathematical Methods for Optical Physics and Engineering, arrived at my office!

I’m very excited, obviously!  The book is now available through for those in Europe; it should be available at the end of January on in the United States.  You can also look it up on the Cambridge website.  Now I’ve got to finish my draft of the solutions manual for it…

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26 Responses to First copy of Mathematical Methods for Optical Physics and Engineering arrived!

  1. the Wife says:

    Yay!!! I’m first to say “congratulations!” on your blog!!!

  2. Blake Stacey says:

    I can help you with the solutions manual, if you’d like.

    \title{Mathematical Methods for Optical Physics: Solution Manual}
    \author{Gregory ``Dr. Skyskull'' Gbur}
    Left as a trivial exercise for the interested reader.
  3. gnertsi says:

    Congratulations. I think I must get myself a copy.

  4. alex says: are dispatching mine tmrw…. just in time for exams in Feb.


  5. Thony C. says:

    I believe a certain amount of praise and congratualtions are in order young sir!

  6. Lowell says:

    Can I get the inside cover of mine signed by the man himself, can I, can I, can I? (soon as it gets to me anyway).

  7. Bob says:

    Congrats! Will there be a book tour?

  8. M. says:

    Sweet textbook, I picked it up a few weeks ago and I am trying to do most of the questions before the end of the summer. i googled for the solutions manual to check answers and ended up on this blog. Seems the solution manual doesn’t exist yet.oh well. Just thought I would let the author know students are already appreciating it.

  9. Galatee says:

    good,but we students from poor country/developing country need help to read freely all the page even if copy right is not allowed to us

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