PhD positions

Unfortunately, we currently have no explicit openings. PhD positions can however also be funded through the doctoral school of UCA. If you are interested to apply with a project with us, please do get in touch with us well ahead of time.

Postdoc positions

Currently all postdoc positions are filled. But other exciting possibilities exist: If you are interested to apply for a Marie Curie fellowship with us a host, this is always a possibility and we have experience with such grants. Or if you are interested in pursuing an option based on bi-lateral funding between France and your host country, there are usually also multiple options. Please do get in touch.

Master projects/internships

It is in principle always possible to carry out a master project within our group. Do get in touch well ahead of time if you are interested (usually well before X-mas the year before the project is supposed to take place).

Here are some courses that we teach at UCA.

Fluid mechanics for Astrophysicists (O. HAHN)

This is a fundamental course in the first year master program in astrophysics at UCA (MAUCA M1). The course comprises kinetic theory, fluid mechanics with a focus on astrophysical applications, some plasma physics and MHD, as well as a short module on computational fluid mechanics.

The lecture notes can be found here as a PDF file.

If you are an undergrad student and interested in pursuing a master in astrophysics, have a look at MAUCA


Cosmological Simulations (O. HAHN)

This is an optional module in master program in astrophysics at UCA (MAUCA). The course comprises a very concise introduction to cosmology with a very strong focus on numerical aspects and the basics of cosmological simulations: linear perturbation theory, generation of initial conditions, 1d collisionless dynamics, running Gadget simulations, analysing simulations using power spectra and mass functions.

The course notes can be found here as a PDF file.

If you are an undergrad student and interested in pursuing a master in astrophysics, have a look at MAUCA

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