Alexander Heger

Monash Centre for Astrophysics
School of Physics and Astronomy
19 Rainforest walk (postal) | 10 College Walk, Rm 129 (office)
Monash University, Vic 3800
email: 1@2sn.org
phone: +61-3-9905-4478
fax: +61-3-9905-3637
web: http://2sn.org
Figure:Stability of layer oblique differentially rotating star.


Class: (Semester 2/2019)

ASP2062 Introduction to astrophysics
ASP3162 Computational astrophysics and the extreme universe


Research Group:

Cosmic Explosions
SINS: Stellar interiors and nucleosynthesis
High Energy Astrophysics
Monash Centre for Astrophysics

Student and Thesis Projects:

stellar evolution, nuclear astrophysics, first stars, supernovae, neutron stars
multi-D hydrodynamics, supercomputing
code parallelization, visualization, data analysis

Summer Vacation Projects
Honours / Masters Projects
Ph.D. Projects

Please contact me about specific, new, or your own projects.



Current Fields of Work:

massive stars
the first stars
stellar rotation
gamma-ray bursts
x-ray bursts
Monash University



Rotation Movies
How to set up ssh
Python tools (Version 3) / Version 2 (no longer updated)
IDL codes (no longer updated)
The DATA page
About use of colors and color maps
Publications and Preprints: ADS, Google Scholar, arXiv

--- Alexander Heger
Tuesday, 10-Dec-2019 23:33:09 AEDT

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