The collaboration with Michal was pleasant, easy accessible and a real support during the completion of my PhD thesis. I was able to ask questions at any time and received answers quickly and accurately. During the design of the book, he was a great support in finalizing the layout and concept of the book, later by composing and adjusting the production process in continuous interaction. Also after printing the books, he was willing to invest some time to provide me a digital version of the thesis, suitable for our University Library. I am very pleased about the cooperation and the books Michal provided, thank you for your efforts and the nice collaboration.

Sabien van Neerven, Maastricht University

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