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* Master of Science Physics, modules 731 and 732 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-765 *
This course gives an introduction into astroparticle physics. It covers the physics of cosmic rays, their production, propagation, and interactions, and discusses their potential sources like supernova remnants and active galactic nuclei as well as secondary messengers like gamma-rays. It combines in a 6-CP unit a coverage of the theoretical perspective with an introduction into experimental methods, and it comprises lectures, exercises in class, and a short seminar presentation of each student on a subject to be chosen at the beginning of the term
Recent results in Astroparticle Physics: This advanced seminar leads to the current frontier of research in astroparticle physics, represented by presentations on selected recent results. Both experimental and theoretical studies will be covered.
* Master of Physics module 941 * * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-941 *
* Master of Science Physics, module 941 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-941 *
* Master of Science Physics, module 942 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-942 *