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|School:||Mathematics and Physics|
|Division:||Theoretical and Computational Physics|
|Head of Division:||Professor A Hibbert|
|Courses and Degrees Offered:||PhD (3 years)|
|Studentships available:||Department for Education and Learning (NI)|
|Average intake per year:||6|
The principal research interests of the Division are in atomic and molecular processes. PPARC funds research into the determination of accurate atomic data for use in astrophysical modelling. Close collaboration is maintained with the Astronomy and Planetary Science Division of the School.
The major areas supported by PPARC are:
- The calculation of oscillator strengths/transition probabilities in atoms and ions, for use in the determination of interstellar and stellar abundances and in emission line diagnostics.
- The calculation of electron excitation rates, for use in the analysis of spectral observations from various satellite missions.
- The study of electron-ion collisions in iron peak elements.
For further information, write to:
Head of TCP Research Division, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, David Bates Building, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland.
This page updated 19th November 2002
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