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Summer School on Computational Astrophysics

The Tsung-Dao Lee Institute (TDLI) in Shanghai, China is organising a series of summer or winter schools in the field of nuclear astrophysics. The main goal of the 2018 School is to teach students how to write and use hydrodynamic codes based on finite volume methods for problems such as simulating core collapse supernovae. The School is designed for graduate students with significant research experience in astrophysics and beginning postdoctoral researchers.
When 17 May 2018 09:10 AM to
25 May 2018 09:10 AM
Where Shanghai CN
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 Dr. Bernhard Mueller from Monash University, Australia will be the lecturer.  Interested applicant should ask his/her research advisor to send a recommendation letter to Professors Alexander Heger (alexander.heger@monash.edu) and Yong-Zhong Qian (qian@physics.umn.edu).

Applications received prior to March 31, 2018 will be given full consideration.

Approximately 30 participants will be accepted.  Attendance for the entire duration of the School is required.  The TDLI provides lodging (two students per room) for the nights of May 16-25, 2018 and meals on lecture days of the School for all participants.  There is a registration fee of RMB 2,000 or US $300, which covers coffee breaks and social events.

For more information and pre-registration, please visit
http://tdli.ac.cn/Web/yjxy/5130083-05130000000302.htm

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