First name Robert 

Born 11 Juin 1953 In Bourges (France)

Citizenship French

Marital status married, 3 children

Personal address La Largade A3, Super-Valmont, 13009, Marseille. France

Position Directeur de Recherches au CNRS

Professional adress Centre de Physique Théorique. CNRS. Case 907. Luminy.13288. Marseille.

Tel. (home) (33) (0)4 91 41 60 34
Tel.(office - CPT) (33) (0)4 91 26 95 18




LONG TERM INVITATIONS (one or two years)


Lectures given at Université d'Aix-Marseille:

Cours au niveau du Second Cycle (Maitrise de physique) -Master level-

1987. Cours de Physique Statistique (60 h) (Disponible sous forme dactylographiée).

Cours au niveau du Troisième Cycle (DEA): -PhD level-

1979. "Interactions faibles et particules élémentaires"

1983. "Théories de jauge"

1984. "Théories des groupes"

1984. "Algèbres de Clifford et spineurs, aspects algébriques"

1985. "Géométrie différentielle et Physique Théorique"

1989-2002 (every year). "Géométrie des Théories de Jauge et Gravitation"

Lectures given at C.N.A.M. (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers). Pays de Gex.

1992. "Cours de Mathématiques et Théorie du Signal (theory of distributions) " Series of lectures (80h).

Lectures given at the University of Zaragoza. Spain.

1996. "Non commutative geometry and theoretical physics" Series of lectures (PhD level, 10h).

Lectures given at C.B.P.F. (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas) and U.E.R.J. (Univ. Estado Rio de Janeiro). Brasil.

1996. "Non commutative differential geometry" Series of lectures (PhD level, 12hrs).

1998. "Introduction to quantum groups and quantum spaces" Series of lectures (PhD level).

2002. Curso de Pós-Graduação (IV Escola do CBPF, approx. 10 hrs): "Relativistic cosmology".

2012. Curso de Pós-Graduação (IX Escola do CBPF, approx. 16 hrs): "Fusion graphs and modular invariance in conformal field theories".

Lectures given at the Instituto Balseiro (Centro Atomico de Bariloche). Argentina.

1996. "Geometria diferencial no comutativa" Series of lectures (PhD level, 12hrs).

Lectures given at IMPA (Instituto Nacional de Matematica Pura e Aplicada), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

2012. "Groups, bundles and connections". Curso de Pós-Graduação (4 months, approx. 60 hrs)

Direction of PhD thesis

Subject : "Théories Quantiques de la Gravitation et Théories de Kaluza-Klein"
(G. Esposito - Farese, thesis defended in 1990)

Subject : "Interactions faibles, superalgèbres et Géométrie"
(Giuseppe Cammarata, thesis defended in 1998).

Subject : "Géométrie des variétés graduées"
(Trissevgenie Stavracou, thesis defended in 1997).

Subject : "Groupes quantiques de dimension finie et théories conformes"
(Gil Schieber, thesis defended in 2003).

Subject : "Groupoïdes quantiques : cellules et graphes"
(Esteban Isasi, thesis defended in 2006).


First Caribbean Spring School of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Saint-François, Guadeloupe (31 mai - 13 juin 1993) 115 participants.
Direction and organisation of the school, (together with M. Dubois Violette).

Quantum symmetries in theoretical physics and mathematics
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (January 10-24, 2000)
Direction and organisation of the school, (together with R. Trinchero).


From 1992 to 1997, in charge of the group "Interactions Fondamentales" within the CPT (Centre de Physique Theorique), Marseille.

From September 1st, 2000 to September 1st, 2005 : Director of CIRM (Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques) Luminy, Marseille.

From 2006 to September 2011, and from May 2014 to May 2016, in charge of the team "Géométrie, Physique et Symétries" at the CPT (Centre de Physique Theorique), Marseille.


  1. R. Coquereaux and E. de Rafael Large transverse momentum properties of gauge theories,
    Phys. Lett. Vol. 69B, Aout 77.
  2. R. Coquereaux and E. de Rafael The electromagnetic form factors of the proton and quantum chromodynamics,
    Phys. Lett. vol. 74B , Mar.78.
  3. R. Coquereaux and E. de Rafael The ratio of the magnetic to the electric proton form factors and quantum chromodynamics,
    Phys. Lett. 76B , 475 (1978).
  4. R. Coquereaux Renormalization Schemes in QED,
    Ann. of Phys. 125, 401 (1980).
  5. R. Coquereaux Fermionic expansion in QED.
    Phys. Rev. 23D, 2276 (1981).
  6. R. Coquereaux Quark masses and renormalization schemes in QCD.
    Phys. Rev. 23D, 1365 (1981).
  7. L. Baulieu and R. Coquereaux Photon-Z mixing in the Weinberg-Salam model.
    Ann. of Phys. 140, 163 (1982).
  8. R. Coquereaux and A. Grossmann Analytic discussion of spatially closed Friedman universes with cosmological constant and radiation pressure.
    Ann. of Phys. 143 , 296 (1982).
  9. R. Coquereaux Modulo 8 periodicity of Clifford algebra and particle physics.
    Phys. Lett. 115B, 389 (1982).
  10. R. Coquereaux Aspects of multidimensional universes
    in Proceedings of the "Annecy Meeting on Supersymmetry and Supergravity"
    (ed. P.Sorba, R. Stora) - January 10-12, 1983 (LAPP-TH 73).
  11. R. Coquereaux Comments about Riemannian geometry, Einstein Spaces,
    Kaluza-Klein, 11 - dimensional supergravity and all that.
    (Rapport interne). CERN TH 3639 (1983).
  12. R. Coquereaux Aspects of the SU(2)xU(1) model
    in "Topics on radiative corrections to the SU(2)xU(1) model"
    (1983 Trieste Conference) - World Scientific Pub. Ed. B.W. Lynn, Y.F. Wheater.
  13. R. Coquereaux Friedman universes and the cosmological constant
    in "Formation and evolution of galaxies and large scale structures in the Universe".
    NATO ASI Series -C117-Reidel. Ed. J. Audouze and J. Tran Thanh Van.
  14. R. Coquereaux and A. Jadczyk Geometry of multidimensional universes
    Commun. Math. Phys. 90 , 79-100 (1983).
  15. R. Coquereaux Multidimensional Universes, Einstein spaces and symmetry breaking
    Acta Physica Polonica, Vol. B15 (1984).
  16. R. Coquereaux Internal Einstein spaces and Symmetry breaking
    Phys. Lett. vol. 143B , p. 403 (1984).
  17. R. Coquereaux and A. Jadczyk Symmetries of Einstein Yang-Mills Fields and Dimensional Reduction.
    Communication Math. Phys. 98, 79-104 (1985).
  18. R. Coquereaux and A. Jadczyk Harmonic expansion and dimensional reduction in G/H Kaluza Klein theories.
    Classical and Quantum Gravity, 3 (1986) 29-42.
  19. R. Coquereaux, A. Grossmann and B. Lautrup Iterative method for the evaluation of the elliptic P function of Weierstrass.
    IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis (Oct.1989)
  20. R. Coquereaux Differential characters : the Dirac monopole as an example.
    Jour. Math. Phys. 26 (1985), 12.
  21. R. Coquereaux Spinors, reflections and Clifford algebras : A review.
    Austin preprint UTTG-21-85, published in: "Spinors in Physics and Geometry".
    World Scientific, Ed. A.Trautman, G. Furlan. (1988).
  22. R. Coquereaux and A. Jadczyk The consistency problem in Kaluza Klein theories.
    Nucl. Physics. B276 (1986) 617-628
  23. R. Coquereaux Condition de consistence des théories obtenues Réduction Dimensionelle et modèles G-invariants de type Kaluza-Klein.
    Helvetica Physica Acta. N7, 1252 (1986)
  24. R. Coquereaux Comments about the geometry of non-linear sigma models.
    Int. Jour. of Modern Physics. Vol 2, No 6, p1763 (1987)
  25. R. Coquereaux and D. Kastler Remarks on the differential envelopes of associative algebras.
    Pacific Journal of Maths. Vol 137, N2, (1989)
  26. R. Coquereaux and G. Esposito-Farese The theory of Kaluza-Klein-Jordan-Thiry revisited.
    Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré. Vol 52, 113-150, 1989.
  27. R. Coquereaux and K. Pilch String structures on loop bundles.
    Communications in Mathematical Physics,120,357-378 (1989).
  28. R. Coquereaux Non Commutative Geometry and Theoretical Physics.
    Journal of Geometry and Physics. Vol 6, No1 (1989).
  29. R. Coquereaux, A. Jadczyk and D. Kastler Differential and Integral Geometry of Grassmann Algebras.
    Reviews in Mathematical Physics. Vol.3, No1 (1991) 63-99
  30. R. Coquereaux, G. Esposito-Farese One loop divergences in Quantum Gravity: The Einstein-Maxwell-Kaluza-Klein system.
    Classical and Quantum Gravity ,7, 1583-1597 (1990) .
  31. R. Coquereaux, L. Frappa, E. Ragoucy, P. Sorba Extended Super Kac-Moody Agebras and their Super-Derivations Algebras.
    Communications in Mathematical Physics, 133, 1-35 (1990).
  32. R. Coquereaux, A. Jadczyk Conformal Theories, Curved Phase Spaces, Relativistic Wavelets and the Geometry of Complex Domains.
    Reviews in Mathematical Physics, Vol 2 No 1 (1990) 1-44.
  33. R. Coquereaux, G. Esposito-Farese Right Invariant metrics on the Lie group SU(3) and the Gell-Mann-Okubo formula for mesons.
    Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol 32 No4 (1991) 826-831
  34. R. Coquereaux Lie Balls and Relativistic Quantum Fields.
    Nucl Phys (Proc. Suppl.) 18B (1990) 48-52.
  35. R. Coquereaux, G. Esposito-Farese, G. Vaillant Higgs Fields as Yang-Mills Fields and Discrete symmetries.
    Nucl. Phys. B. 353(1991) N3
  36. R. Coquereaux Higgs Fields and Superconnections.
    Lecture Notes in Physics. Springer-Verlag. Vol 375. (1991)
    Eds. C. Bartocci, U. Bruzzo, R. Cianci
  37. R. Coquereaux, R. Haußling, N.A. Papadopoulos, F. Scheck Generalized gauge transformations and hidden symmetry.
    Int. Jour. Modern Physics A7 (1992).2809
  38. R. Coquereaux, G. Esposito-Farese, F. Scheck The theory of electroweak interactions and SU(2/1) algebraic superconnections
    IHES-preprint, CPT-91/P.2464,
    Int. Jour. of Modern Physics A, Vol 7, N 26 (1992)
  39. R. Coquereaux Elementary Fermions and SU(2/1) Representations
    Physics Letters B, Vol 261, N4, (1991)
  40. R. Coquereaux Discrete Directions in the Standard Model.
    In "Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories".
    NATO ASI Series -CXXX-Reidel. Ed. J. Tran Thanh Van.
  41. R. Coquereaux Connections, metrics, symmetries and scalar fields in commutative and non commutative geometry.
    Class. and Quantum Gravity, Vol 9, Suppl. 1992, S41
  42. R. Coquereaux Yang Mills fields and Symmetry Breaking: From Lie Superalgebras to Non Commutative Geometry.
    Proceedings of the first M. Born German-Polish symposium: "Quantum Groups and Related Topics", 115-127
    1992 Kluver Acad. Pub. Ed. R. Gielerak et al.
  43. R. Coquereaux "Super algebras, non commutative geometry and the standard model of electroweak interactions" In, "Dynamics of complex and Irregular systems"
    Bielefeld 16-20/12/1991 Ed. Ph Blanchard. Word Scientific Pub.
  44. R. Coquereaux Champs de Yang-Mills et brisures de symmétrie: super-algèbres et géométrie non commutative. CPT-91/PE.2689
    Contribution Rencontre Strasbourg. RCP No25. IRMA, Vol 43. pp.67-80.
  45. R. Coquereaux Non Commutative Geometry: A physicist's brief survey.
    Proceedings of XXIIX Karpacz Winter School of Theoretical Physics: "Fields and Geometry"
    J. of Geometry and Physics 11 (1993) 307-324
  46. R. Coquereaux, R. Haußling, F. Scheck Algebraic connections on parallel universes
    Int J. Mod. Phys. A, 1995, vol. 10, PP 89-98.
  47. R. Coquereaux, E. Ragoucy Currents on Grassmann algebras
    J. of Geometry and Physics, 1995, Vol 15, pp 333-352
  48. R. Coquereaux Triangular dissections, aperiodic tilings and Jones algebras
    Advances in Applied Mathematics, Vol 16, pp 402-424, 1995
  49. G. Cammarata, R. Coquereaux Comments about Higgs fields, non commutative geometry and the Standard Model
    Proceedings of the Schladming Winter School, 1995, Lecture Notes in Physics 469, Springer Verlag.
  50. R. Coquereaux On the finite dimensional quantum group $M_3\oplus (M_{2/1}(\Lambda^2))_0$
    CPT-96/P.3388, hep-th/9610114, Lett. in Math. Phys. 42:309-328, 1997
  51. R. Coquereaux Differentials of higher order in non commutative geometry
    CPT-96/P.3403, physics/9612015, Lett. in Math. Phys. 42:241-259, 1997
  52. R. Coquereaux Finite Quantum Groups in Particle Physics ?
    Proceeding of the CERN-Santiago-La Plata meeting, (``Trends in Theoretical Physics'', April-May 97).
    AIP Proceeding 419, Amer. Inst; of Phys., Eds. H.Falomir, R. Gamboa Saravi, F. Schaposnik.
  53. R. Coquereaux, A.O. Garcia and R. Trinchero Geometry of the reduced quantum plane
    Proceedings of the Palerme Conference on quantum groups (Nov. 97)
  54. R. Coquereaux, A.O. Garcia and R. Trinchero. Finite dimensional quantum group covariant differential calculus on a complex matrix algebra
    math.QA/9804021, CPT-98/P.3630, Phys Lett B 443,fasc. 1-4, pp.221-232, 1998
  55. R. Coquereaux, A.O. Garcia and R. Trinchero. Differential calculus and connections on a quantum plane at a cubic root of unity
    math-ph/9807012, CPT-98/P.3632. Rev. in Math. Phys. xxx
  56. R. Coquereaux, G. Schieber. Action of a finite quantum group on the algebra of complex NxN matrices
    math-ph/9807016, CPT-98/P.3668, ``Particles, Fields and Gravitation'', Lodz, Poland (1998), AIP Conference Proceedings 45
  57. R. Coquereaux, A.O. Garcia and R. Trinchero. Associated quantum vector bundles and symplectic structure on a quantum plane
    Proceedings of the 8th International Colloquium "Quantum Groups and Integrable
     Systems", Prague, June 17-19, 1999
  58. R. Coquereaux, A.O. Garcia and R. Trinchero. Hopf stars, twisted Hopfs stars and scalar products on quantum spaces
    math-ph/9904037, CPT-99/P.3808, J. of Geom. and Phys. 36 (2000) pp. 22-59
  59. R. Coquereaux, A. Grossmann. Large scale geometry and evolution of a universe with radiation pressure and cosmological constant
    astro-ph/0101369, CPT-2000/P.4109, CERN-TH/2000-180. Abbridged version published in portuguese : "Evolução de um universo com presso de radiaçao e constante cosmológica". Anais: IV Escola do CBPF, Rio de Janeiro, 15 a 26 de julho de 2002, Ligia MCS Rodrigues et al, editores, CBPF. Ao Livro Técnico, Rio de Janeiro (2003).
  60. R. Coquereaux Notes on the quantum tetrahedron
    math-ph/0011006, CPT-2000/P.4077, CERN-TH/2000-179.
    Moscow Mathematical Journal. Vol 2, N1, January-March 2002, pp 41-80 
  61. R. Coquereaux Classical and quantum polyhedra: A fusion graph algebra point of view
    New Developments in Fundamental Interaction Theories, AIP Conference Proceedings 589 ( 2001)
    37th Karpacz Winter School of Theoretical Physics
    J. Lukierski & J. Rembielinski eds, pp 181-203. hep-th/0105239
  62. R. Coquereaux and G. Schieber Twisted partition functions for ADE boundary conformal field theories and Ocneanu algebras of quantum symmetries
    J. of Geometry and Physics, Volume 42, Issue 3, June 2002, Pages 216-258.
  63. R. Coquereaux
    Quantum geometry of ADE diagrams and  generalized Coxeter-Dynkin systems
    Conference given at ICGTMP  ("Group24")  June 15-21, 2002, Paris.
    ICGTMP 2002 proceedings.
  64. R. Coquereaux and G. Schieber Determination of quantum symmetries for higher ADE systems from the modular T matrix hep-th/0203242. Journal of Mathematical Physics, vol 44, No 9, pp 3809-3837, sept 2003.
  65. R. Coquereaux. Quantum geometry of ADE diagrams and generalized Coxeter-Dynkin systems. Proc. of the XXIV International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics (Paris, July 15-20, 2002), GROUP 24, Physical and Mathematical Aspects of Symmetries (2003), Eds J.-P. Gazeau, R.Kerner, J.-P. Antoine, S. Métens, J.-Y. Thibon,
  66. R. Coquereaux and M. Huerta. Torus structure and twisted partition functions for minimal and affine models. hep-th/030121. Journal of Geometry and Physics Volume 48, Issue 4 , pp 580-634, (2003)
  67. R. Coquereaux. The $A_2$ Ocneanu quantum groupoid. Algebraic Structures and Their Representations, Proceedings of the XV Latinamerican Colloquium of Algebra, (Cocoyoc, Mexico, August 2003).Contemporary Mathematics No 376, AMS
  68. R. Coquereaux and M. Huerta. Coxeter and Dynkin diagrams and their associated twisted partition functions for the Virasoro minimal models. Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, Vol. 54, 1199-1207, No. 11 (2004)
  69. R. Coquereaux and R. Trinchero. On Quantum symmetries of ADE graphs . hep-th/0401140. Advances in Theor. and Math. Phys., volume 8, issue 1, (2004)
  70. R. Coquereaux . Clifford algebras, spinors and fundamental interactions : Twenty Years After. ICCA7 Proceedings. Toulouse (2005)
  71. R. Coquereaux and E. Isasi. On quantum symmetries of the non - ADE graph F4 . hep-th/040920. Advances in Theor. and Math. Phys., volume 8, issue 6, (2005)
  72. R. Coquereaux and A. Garcia . On bialgebras associated with paths and essential paths on ADE graphs. math-ph/0411048. Intern. J. of Geom. Meth. in Mod. Phys., Vol 2, No 3, 1-26, (2005)
  73. R. Coquereaux, D. Hammaoui, G. Schieber, E. H. Tahri . Comments on the quantum symmetries of SU(3) graphs - July 2005. . math-ph/0508002 - Jour. of Geom. and Phys. (2006).
  74. R. Coquereaux . Racah - Wigner quantum 6j Symbols, Ocneanu Cells for A_N diagrams, and quantum groupoids - Nov. 2005. hep-th/0511293. Journal of Geometry and Physics 57, 2 (2007)
  75. R. Coquereaux and G. Schieber . Quantum symmetries of SL2 and SL3 graphs. Fifth International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Physics (Rio de Janeiro). Proceedings of Science. PoS (IC2006) 001 (2006).
  76. R. Coquereaux and G. Schieber . Orders and dimensions for sl2 and sl3 module categories and boundary conformal field theories on a torus. math-ph/0610073. J. of Mathematical Physics, 48, 043511 (2007)
  77. R. Coquereaux et G. Schieber. From conformal embeddings to quantum symmetries: an exceptional SU(4) example - arXiv:0710.1397v1 [math-ph] 7 Oct 2007. Journal of Physics-Conference Series Volume 103, 012006, 2008
  78. R. Coquereaux. Clifford Algebras, Spinors and Fundamental Interactions: Twenty Years After. Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras. Volume 19, Numbers 3-4, 673-686, DOI: 10.1007/s00006-009-0184-1
  79. R. Coquereaux. Conformal embeddings and quantum graphs with self-fusion. hal-00286087. Proceedings of the XVII Coloquio Latino Americano de Algebra, Medellin, Colombia, July 2007. Sao Paulo Journal of Mathematical Sciences 3, 1, 239–262, (2009)
  80. R. Coquereaux et G. Schieber. Quantum symmetries for exceptional SU(4) modular invariants associated with conformal embeddings arXiv:0805.4678. Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications SIGMA 5, 044, (2009)
  81. R. Coquereaux, E.H. Tahri, R. Rais. Exceptional quantum subgroups for the rank two Lie algebras B2 and G2. arXiv:1001.5416. J. of Math. Phys., Vol.51, 9 (2010)
  82. R. Coquereaux. Global dimensions for Lie groups at level k and their conformally exceptional quantum subgroups, arXiv:1003.2589. Coloquio de Algebras de Hopf, Grupos Cuanticos y Categorias Tensoriales, Cordoba, Argentina, 2009. Revista de la Union Matematica Argentina, Vol 51, No2, (2010)
  83. R. Coquereaux, E. Isasi, G. Schieber. Notes on TQFT wire models and coherence equations for SU(3) triangular cells, arXiv:1007.0721. Triangular cells. Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications, SIGMA 6, 099, (2010).
  84. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. On sums of tensor and fusion multiplicities, 28pp, arXiv:1103.2943. 2011 J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 44 295208. multiplicities sum rules.
  85. R. Coquereaux. Character tables (modular data) for Drinfeld doubles of finite groups, arXiv:1212.4010. 7th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 2012. PoS(ICMP 2012) 024 pdf, Online PoS
  86. R. Coquereaux. Quantum McKay correspondence and global dimensions for fusion and module-categories associated with Lie groups, arXiv:1212.4010, (2012). Global dimensions. Journal of Algebra 398 (2014) 258 - 283.
  87. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. Drinfeld Doubles for Finite Subgroups of SU(2) and SU(3) Lie Groups, 36pp, arXiv:1212.4879. Drinfeld Doubles. Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications, SIGMA 9 (2013).
  88. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. Conjugation properties of tensor product multiplicities, 27pp, arXiv:1405.4887, (2014). Conjugation properties. J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 47 (2014) 455202.
  89. R. Coquereaux.The history of the universe is an elliptic curve. arXiv:1411.2192. Class. Quantum Grav. 32 (2015) 115013.
  90. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. Maps,immersions and permutations, arXiv:1507.03163, 43 pp, (2015). Journal of Knot Theory and Its Ramifications, Vol. 25 (2016) 1650047, World Scientific Publishing Company. DOI: 10.1142/S0218216516500474
  91. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. On some properties of SU(3) Fusion Coefficients, 33 pp, arXiv:1605.05864, (2016). Contribution to Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Field Theory, special issue in memory of Raymond Stora. DOI:, Nucl. Phys. B, Open Access
  92. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. Conjugation Properties of Tensor Product and Fusion Coefficients, 8pp, arXiv:1606.06442, (2016). Letters in Mathematical Physics, 107(2), 291-299. DOI: 10.1007/s11005-016-0901-3
  93. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. From orbital measures to Littlewood-Richardson coefficients and hive polytopes, 32pp, arXiv:1706.02793, (2017). AIHPD, Ann. Inst. Henri Poincar\'e, Comb. Phys. Interact., Vol.5 No.3 (2018), 339-386
  94. R. Coquereaux, Theta functions for lattices of SU(3) hyper-roots, arXiv:1708.00560v1, 2 Aug 2017. Experimental Mathematics, DOI:
  95. R. Coquereaux, J.-B. Zuber. The Horn Problem for Real Symmetric and Quaternionic Self-Dual Matrices., 32 pp, arXiv:1809.03394 (2018). SIGMA 15 (2019), 029, 34 pages. DOI : 10.3842/SIGMA.2019.029 SIGMA, Open Access
  96. R. Coquereaux, C. McSwiggen and J.-B. Zuber. On Horn's Problem and its Volume Function., arXiv:1904.00752 (2019).


    R. Coquereaux and A. Jadczyk
    "Riemannian geometry, fiber bundles, Kaluza-Klein theories and all that".
    World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol 16. (345 pages). March 1988.

    R. Coquereaux, M. Dubois-Violette and P. Flad (Editors)
    "Infinite dimensional geometry, Non Commutative Geometry, Operator Algebras and Fundamental Interactions"
    Proceedings of the First Carribean Spring School of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.
    (390 pages). World Scientific. October 95.

    R. Coquereaux, A. Garcia and R. Trinchero (Editors)
    "Quantum symmetries in theoretical physics and mathematics"
    Proceedings of the Bariloche 2000 School of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.
    Collection Contemporary Mathematics. No 294. AMS Pub. 2002.


    R. Coquereaux
    "Espaces Fibrés et connexions ".
    First version 1997.  Second version 1998. Third version 2002.
    Free book : 230 pages (pdf file) or hypertext (html) available on line.