( Recent additions: Scans of old papers on vector computers and vector algorithms [posted, March 2014], and on computational electromagnetism [posted, Dec. 2013, Jan. 2014]. Woudschoten 2011 tutorial on mimetic methods [posted, Oct. 2013]. Old stuff on complementarity [posted, Oct. 2013], on forces [posted, Nov. 13], on modelling [posted, Dec. 13]. Compumag 2013 final version (4 pp.) and slideshow.)

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Slideshows: Go there.

(Latest ones: NELIA conf. at Santiago de Compostela, Oct. 2011; Tutorial on mimetic methods, Zeist (NL), Oct. 2011; Feb. 2011 update of a tutorial on homogenization of metamaterials, Marrakech, May 2008.) Papers: Listed there, most of them downloadable.

To get the list of publications as a .pdf document (72 kO), click there. Books: Scroll down. Unpublished stuff: Go there.

- Numerical Methods for PDE's
- Applied Differential Geometry
- Electromagnetic Forces, Coupled Problems
- Numerical Computation of Electromagnetic Fields
- Electromagnetic theory
- Geometry of electromagnetism
- Finite elements
- Propagation problems
- Symmetry
- Asymptotics
- Homogenization (of metamaterials, in particular)
- "Small parameter" problems in electromagnetism

Some material for this work can be downloaded (in .ps and/or .pdf format): Under "DGSNME.pdf" or "DGSNME.ps" you may find a small book (150 pp. as a single .pdf file, about 700 kO, or .ps, about 1100 kO), drafted in 1990, entitled

the last chapter of which introduces Maxwell's equations in differential-geometric language. This purported to be an elementary course, which deserves its title by not containing anything about numerical methods.

Less ancient, more numerics-oriented, the "Japanese papers", a serial published from 1998 to 2000 in

which can be found here. This was a contribution to a tutorial depository set up by the ICM Institute in Warsaw. Other tutorials or lecture notes are there, including a course in Convex Analysis (CA) and a "Compendium on Applied Differential Geometry" (Applied differential geometry), a terse 30-page introduction to those differential geometric concepts that underlie Maxwell's theory, which I used to describe as a "work in progress", but more aptly characterized as "stalled" for the time being.

Eyrolles (Paris), 1991. Errata.

Springer-Verlag (Paris), 1994. Errata

Academic Press (Boston), 1998. Errata

Hermès-Lavoisier (Paris), 2003. Errata (last touch, Dec. 2010).