Prof. Dr. F. Röpke, Dr. P. Edelmann, S. Ohlmann
(This course was given in winter semester 2007/2008, winter semester 2008/2009, winter semester 2009/2010 and winter semester 2010/2011 at Technische Universität München, the last two times together with Ewald Müller. In the winter semesters 2011/2012, 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 it was taught at Universität Würzburg together with Christian Klingenberg. Now it is offered again:)
Lecture: Monday, 2–4pm, Philosophenweg 12, kleiner Hörsaal
Tutorial: (Every second) Monday, 4–6pm, Philosophenweg 12, CIP-Pool
The subject of astrophysics are complex objects and phenomena. Seeking for a theoretical understanding, a realistic description is required. To this end, computers have become a major tool of research and with ever more powerful computational resources and modern numerical techniques, a detailed modeling of astrophysical objects has become feasible. Based on general strategies to numerically model astrophysical phenomena, the course aims at describing some recent developments in computational astrophysics. The following topics will be covered:
There will be a number of tutorial sessions taking place at the CIP pool at Philosophenweg 12. We will not offer a session every week, so please check the dates here:
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Your can access the slides and homework assignments here.