# PhD courses

Courses at the PhD level are only available to PhD students, and cannot be included in a bachelor or masters degree. Some are taught together with advanced level courses, but under a different course code.

Note that these courses are not always given at a fixed schedule; contact the responsible teacher if you are interested.

## Astronomy and Astrophysics

- Dynamics of Planetary Systems

NAAS001, 7.5hp - Physics of Nebulae

NAAS002, 7.5hp - Statistical Tools in Astrophysics

NAAS003, 7.5hp - Topics in Theoretical Astrophysics

NAS001F, 7.5hp - Galactic Dynamics

NAS002F, 7.5hp - Milky Way as a Galaxy

NAS003F, 7.5hp

## Theoretical Physics

- Introduction to PhD Studies in Astronomy and Theoretical Physics

NATF001, 1.0hp - Advanced Quantum Field Theory

NATF002, 7.5hp - Particle Physics Phenomenology

NATF003, 7.5hp - Colours, Flavours and their Consequences

NATF007, 7.5hp - Statistical Mechanics

NATF008, 7.5hp - Electrodynamics

NATF009, 7.5hp - Superconductivity

NATF010, 4.5hp - Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics

NATF011, 7.5hp - Symmetries and Group Theory

NATF012, 7.5hp - Introduction to Quantum Field Theory

NATF013, 7.5hp - General Relativity

NTF001F, 7.5hp - Theoretical Particle Physics

NTF002F, 7.5hp - Artificial Neural Networks and Deep Learning

NTF005F, 7.5hp

## COMPUTE Research School

COMPUTE is a research school focused on scientific discovery using computing in a wide sense. Membership is open to all PhD students and employees at the Faculties of Science, Medicine, and Engineering at Lund University.

## Faculty-wide postgraduate courses and graduate schools

## Contact

**Director of Graduate studies:**

Johan Bijnens

bijnens [at] thep [dot] lu [dot] se

**Deputy Director of Graduate studies:**

Thomas Bensby

thomas [dot] bensby [at] astro [dot] lu [dot] se