Thursdays 14:00-15:30 in the USM lecture hall. Weekly between 12.04.2018 and 12.07.2018
There will be no lectures or exercises on:
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The lecture will give an introduction to radiative processes and radiation transport. While most of the introduction is of general kind, the specific applications will focus on transport processes in stellar or planetary atmospheres and planet-forming disks.
Topics covered in the lecture will include:
Lecture slides will be posted shortly after the lecture.
|12.04.||Introduction: Motivation, Intensity, Flux|
|03.05.||Lines and Continua|
|17.05.||Lines, Thermodynamics, analytical RT|
|24.05.||Analytical Radiative Transfer, Eddington Approximation, Limb Darkening|
|31.05.||No Lecture - Public Holiday|
|07.06.||Guest Lecture by Prof. Rolf Kudritzki on Stellar Spectroscopy|
|14.06.||Scattering processes I and radiative diffusion|
|21.06.||No Lecture: students away|
|28.06.||Scattering II, opacities, numerical methods|
|05.07.||Mie opacities, Monte Carlo Methods|
The tutorials will consist of both the usual written exercises but also numerical exercises. A computing environment will be provided.
Exercises are taking place at the University Observatory on Fridays, 10:15am in the Roof Seminar Room.
The exercise sheets will be posted here for download after the lectures.
Exercises take place weekly between 19.10.2018 and 12.07.2018.
|Tutorial||Due date||Exercise Sheet|
numerical setup, no points