Teaching

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Courses

  • AA 201 : Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics.
  • AA 472/672 : Galactic and Extra-galactic Astronomy
  • AA 601N : Astrophysical Fluids and Plasma
  • AA 602 : Advanced Topics in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Schools and Workshops

PLUTO Code Workshop (June 14, 2019)

Description : Organized in collaboration with Unversity of Free State, Bloemfonstein, South Africa to introduce graduate level students with PLUTO code and Computational Astrophysics in general.

Material

A Virtual Crash Course on Numerical Astrophysics (July 27-31, 2020)

Description : Organized by by Ferdowsi university of Mashhad (FUM) for Iranian master and PhD students.

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Details of the Courses Taught

1. AA 201 : Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics (Autumn Semester 2017)

Course Description : This is meant for first introduction to the concepts and terms related to astronomy and astrophysics to under-graduate students. This course is offered as part of the minor program.

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2. AA 472/672 : Galactic and Extra-Galactic Astronomy (Spring Semester 2017-18, 2018-19 [shared])

Course Description : This course covers the concepts and terms related to galactic and extra-galactic Astronomy to under-graduate and post-graduate students. It main motive is to give an overview of how galaxies like our own Milky way form and how does it differ from the nearby active galaxy like M87. This course is offered as an open elective.
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3. AA 601N : Astrophysical Fluids and Plasma (Autumn Semester 2018, 2019)

Course Description : The course is meant for post-graduate and PhD students in the department. It covers the basics of mathematical framework that described astrophysical fluids and plasma along with its applications to study some of the complex astrophysical phenomena.
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4. AA 602 : Advanced Topics in Astonomy and Astrophysics (Spring Semester 2018-19 [shared])

Course Description : This is an advanced level topical and elective course for post-graduate and PhD students. The aim of this course was to give a detailed understanding of the principles of star and planet formation both from theoretical and observational perspective.
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