I am a professor of physics with a semester's worth of lecture notes for a quantum mechanics course I am teaching. These notes were handwritten into OneNote via a tablet. I need to convert the notes into LaTeX form, and I simply don't have the time to do this myself.
I am very interested in getting this done quickly. I have attached a sample of my lecture notes. The attached sample lecture is a 5 page PDF. There are a total of 106 pages. I would like the final document to look more like a physics/mathematics publication or thesis, so the annotations with arrows (in grey) need not appear in the typeset version.
Please include with your proposal a sample of your LaTeX work, particularly if you have done something like a physics, engineering, or mathematics publication (or thesis) that has many equations and plots. Along with the total cost of the document, please include an estimate of how long it will take to complete the 106 pages.
It is worth noting that OneNote's ink-to-text feature is good at converting my handwriting to text, so that might be useful to develop the document (although it would require error checking). I can provide you with the OneNote files if need be.
Hi. I am ph.d in theoretical physics and good in Latex (all my papers and thesis and presentations I'v done using it) so think that will be able to do this. Regards.
I am a part-time freelancer and otherwise doing my Ph.D. in Telecommunication Engineering in Adelaide, Australia. I am really conversant with Latex. Kindly consider my profile. Thanks, AH