|Jeremy Heyl [Student/Postdoc Portal]||
ProjectsI have several projects in mind for collaborators whether they be students, postdocs or otherwise.
During the 2003-2004 term, I taught Astronomy 304, Research Topics in Astronomy. The topic was close to my research interests; it is Extreme Astrophysics: Black Holes, Neutron Stars and Gamma-Ray Bursts. I set up a website for the course at http://www.physics.ubc.ca/~heyl/ASTR304_2003W.
In the past, I taught a bit of a high-energy astrophysics course and a radiative processes course at Caltech. If I ever find my notes, I might put them here.
LinksI have listed some other websites that I have found useful in learning about something.
Eric Weisstein's world of science and mathematics has lots of really useful stuff, especially definitions and some neat animations.
Wayne has created a great website to learn about the physics of the cosmic microwave background from a beginner's to an advanced level. He has put a lot of work into this website, and it shows.
These lecture notes are based on a graduate course that Sean taught at MIT and form the a basis for a GR textbook.
This is the online version of the popular books.
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