Monday14:00-17:00N-body modellingAnna Penzlin / Christoph Schäfernbody.pdf
Tuesday09:00-12:00Planet formation modelingBertram Bitschplanform.pdf
14:00-17:00Hydrodynamic modeling of planet-disk interaction and planet migrationSareh Ataieemigration.pdf
Wednesday09:00-12:00Modeling planetary interior structureLena Noackinteriors.pdf
14:00-17:00Free afternoon (hiking tour!)
20:20-22:00Git tutorial (incl final part on Thursday)Kees Dullemond
Thursday09:00-12:00Chemical models of exoplanetary atmospheresKaran Molaverdikhanichemistry.pdf
14:00-17:00Exoplanetary atmosphere models and transit spectroscopic retrieval (please also install this) (Exercises: Nasedkin / Paul Molliereatmoradtrans.pdf
Friday09:00-12:00Global Circulation ModelingLudmila Caronegcm.pdf


Please make sure to bring your laptop, including all cables and dongles (the school does not have any spare cables/dongles!). Please also make sure to have everything you need installed in advance. Basics such as a gcc and gfortran compiler, a python distribution with numpy, scipy, matplotlib etc (anaconda is recommended). Since most software in astrophysics runs on Unix-type operating systems (such as Linux or Mac-OS), if you have Windows, you may want to install Linux too (can be done under Windows).

In the coming weeks the program (see above) will acquire weblinks (click on the title) to preparation pages for each of these lectures. On these pages you will find instructions about which software packages to install. Please do this installation BEFORE the summer school, so that you will not lose any time during the summer school.