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Radiative Processes, Stellar Atmospheres and Winds

Master of Science in Astrophysics - P5.0.2
Master of Science in Physics with main focus on Astrophysics - P4.0.5, P5.2.5, P6.0.5

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Lecture notes, winter semester 2018/19

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Part 1 (chapters 1-7)

Part 2 (intermezzo, chapters 8-10)


Radiative Transfer, Stellar Atmospheres, and Winds

The following file (pdf) contains material given within the IMPRS (International Max-Planck Research School) advanced lectures (15 "real" hours).

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IMPRS -- Total Course (19MB)


The following file (pdf) contains a lecture on

Radiative transfer in the expanding atmospheres atmospheres of early type stars
(3 times 60 minutes, introductory level)

given within the XXIX Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics (2017) --
"Applications of Radiative Transfer to Stellar and Planetary Atmospheres"

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Canary Islands Winter School 2017 -- Complete lecture


Radiation driven winds from hot massive stars
Theory, applications and problems

The following file (pdf) contains material given in a series of lectures (12 times 45 minutes)
at the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Valparaiso (Chile), in March 2012.

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Valparaiso 2012 -- Total Course (16MB)