PHYS526  ASTROPHYSICAL RADIATION
This is a course on the theory of the interaction of light and matter designed primarily for graduate and advanced undergraduate students to build the basic tools required to do research in astrophysics. Topics to be discussed include structure of single and multielectron atoms, radiative and collisional processes, spectral line formation, opacity, radiation transfer, analytical and numerical methods, and a selection of applications in astrophysics based on student research interest.
Section 001  LEC
MWF 0100PM0200PM
AGUIRRE, JAMES
DAVID RITTENHOUSE LAB 3N6
Events

High Energy Theory Seminar: "Entanglement at a Scale and Recovery Maps"
November 20, 2017  2:00 pm
Nima Lashkari (MIT)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory, 2N36

High Energy Theory Seminar: "BMS Invariant Fluids"
November 27, 2017  2:00 pm
Robert Penna (Columbia University)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory, 2N36

Condensed Matter Seminar: "Striped Ground States in the Hubbard Model"
November 29, 2017  4:00 pm
Steven White (University of California, Irvine)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A4