|Welcome to the homepage of "Intensive Course in Computational Atomic Physics".
Summer 2018 this
course will start June 18 with an intensive workshop at Lund University. The
schedule consists of three parts:
- For local students to Lund
there will be an introduction meeting at 1.15 PM, the 12th of June in
lecture hall D, Sölvegatan 14C in Lund.
- Two intensive weeks with
lectures and computations will start on June 18th and continue until June
30th, with a break for Midsummer.
- The course is finished with
a projectreport and hand-in exercises before the end of August.
If you are a Master's
student, you should register on antagning.se. If you are a PhD student you
should discuss participating with youre supervisor and contact the coordinator.
Course content :
Central field, correlation, relativistic effects, radiative
transitions, Hartree-Fock and Dirac-Fock-metoder, Z-dependent theory.
The close-coupling model, the R-matrixmethod, Photoionization, electron-ion-collisions, resonanses.
Applications of atomic physics within for example astrophysics, fusion research and nuclear interactions.
Coordinator: Tomas Brage