Federrath - Teaching
This course provides students with the skills necessary to write computer programs for the construction of models of astronomical processes, for the analysis of data and for multi-dimensional simulations.
2nd semester 2021 (time and location TBD)
(previously taught 2nd semester 2016, 2017, 2019)
This course teaches the basics of hydrodynamics with particular focus on astrophysical applications. It includes analytic derivation of the hydrodynamical equations, waves, shocks, accretion/winds, magnetohydrodynamics, and turbulence. The course also provides students with the skills necessary to solve hydrodynamical problems analytically, and write computer programs for finding numerical solutions of the hydro equations in multi-dimensional simulations.
2nd semester 2020; Tuesdays (9:30-11:30) and Fridays (9:30-11:30), Online Live (Zoom)
(previously taught 2nd semester 2018)
Computational Astrophysics Group Meeting
Meetings to discuss computational techniques (grid-based hydrodynamics, particle-based hydrodynamics, radiative transfer, turbulence, star formation, magnetic fields, photo-ionization, N-body, etc., and post-processing tools and methods).
Mondays, 13:30-14:30, Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC1)
Undergraduate/Honours/Masters/PhD level course, Monash University (2013)
(lecture slides and problem sheets available upon request)
Invited lecture at ANITA summer school, Monash University (2012), Australian National University (2015)
(lecture slides and code examples available upon request)
Collection of Java programs to compute numerical solutions of the Schrödinger and Lagrange equations, diffusion limited aggregation, and N-body dynamics
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