# Resources

## Useful Online Tools for Students

Desmos: An online graphing calculator

Symbolab: Graphing, Matrix Manipulations, Calculus (integrals, double integrals, triple integrals and much more).

Wolfram|Alpha: Similar answer engine like symbolab (based on Mathematica) but more powerful.

OpenStax: Peer-reviewed, openly licensed college textbooks.

## Other Resources for students

Math Learning Center at MSU (MLC)

ARC at MSU (LGBTQIA+ Resource)

RCPD at MSU (Resource center for persons with disabilities)

Spectra (http://lgbtmath.org/) - The association for LGBTQ+ Mathematicians

## Free/Open Source Tools I Use

iLovePDF - PDF editing. Can do most thing Adobe Acrobat Pro (paid version) does.

OpenStax: Peer-reviewed, openly licensed college textbooks

OBS Studio - video/screen recording, live streaming, virtual webcam, etc.

LibreOffice - MS Office (Office 365) alternative.

OpenShot - Video editor

HandBreak - Video transcoder (converts video formats)

GIMP - Photoshop Alternative

## For Stochastic Processes

George Lowther's amazing blog - Almost Sure.

Notes written by Dapeng Zhan on a topics course - Can be found in his website.

Fabrice Baudoin's lecture series on Stochastic Calculus.

## For Quantum Trajectories, Quantum Processes & Quantum Information

This pioneering paper on purification of quantum trajectories by B. K ̈ummerer and H. Maassen (Quantum Trajectories)

This paper with an ergodic theorem for quantum trajectories on the same topic by the same authors.

This paper on Ergodic Quantum Processes by Ramis Movassagh and Jeffrey Schenker.

This physics paper on Quantum Processes by the same authors.

These lecture notes on quantum information theory by Jeffrey Schenker.

## For Random Schrodinger Operators

This review article by Werner Kirsch.

This intro to Anderson Localization by Gunter Stolz.

## LaTeX Beamer Template

Note that MSU logos are trademarked and are subjected to rules when using them.

https://brand.msu.edu/logos

Both .sty files are required to have the Beaemer theme. After placing both .sty files on the same folder as your latex document, one can invoke this theme on latex by using

\documentclass[aspectratio=169]{beamer}

\usetheme[]{lubashan}