Are there any mathematical departments which present the course "elementary physics" for pure math undergraduate students, separately?
Is there a way to present this course with the most pure mathematical manner?
I remember finding a PDF file, many years ago, titled "Lectures on physics". It was a graduate level lecture, written by a mathematician. In that lecture, one could not find any technical physical words. Instead, it contained only mathematical descriptions of physical systems, for example: Hamiltonian system, symplectic geometry, etc.
Unfortunately I lost that PDF file and cannot find it again. It was a lecture from Michigan university. I do not even remember the name of that author but if I am not mistaken his name was 'Idaglu' (or some thing like this) from Michigan. Can anyone help me find that lecture again?
Is there an undergraduate version of the above graduate level lecture?