Physics and Astronomy - Course Details


ASTR562 — Spring 2018

ASTR562: Introduction to High Energy Astrophysics (PAST/FUTURE SEMESTER)

Offering:

Typically offered Fall and Spring, Cr. 3

Prerequisites:

Graduate status or PHYS 342 or PHYS 344

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Description:

(PHYS 562) This course provides an overview of important physical processes in a variety of astronomical settings and of the experimental techniques employed in the field of high energy astrophysics. Covered in more detail are individual systems include black holes, neutron stars, white dwarfs, supernova remnants, active a galactic nuclei, clusters of galaxies, gamma-ray bursts, and cosmic rays, with a special emphasis on serveral research frontiers. The course is intended for upper-level undergraduate students and beginning graduate students in the colleges of science and engineering.

Instructor(s):

Lyutikov, Maxim

Email:

Lyutikov, Maxim

Textbook(s) for Spring 2018
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