prof. dr. M.A.W. Verheijen
- The Evolving Universe (2004 - present): This course introduces the basic concepts of astronomy to non-science students from all non-science faculties of the university as well as students from the Northern Academy for Seniors and auditors. Part of the University Minor ‘Astronomy through Space and Time’
- Observational Astronomy (2010 - present): Since the Blaauw Observatory on the Bernoulliborg has become operational, it has been used for several practical courses. I have spend countless evenings and nights supervising and teaching students at the observatory.
- Physics of Stars (2015 - present): This 2nd-year Bachelor course (5 ECTS) was designed from scratch and discusses basic astrophysics of stellar structure, radiative processes, stellar atmospheres, nucleosynthesis and stellar evolution
Linear Algebra for Artificial Intelligence and Computer Sciences (2013
- Basic Detection Techniques (2011): I taught the module on optical and infra-red imaging techniques and used the Blaauw Observatory for tutorial sessions to study the adverse effects of the Earth’s atmosphere.
- Capita Selecta Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies (2009 and 2011)
- Contemporary Research in Astronomy (2005 & 2006)
- Erik Duisterwinkel and Laurens-Jan Soer: A control system for the Blaauw Observatory dome
- Vincent van Assen - Focal Ratio Degradation in Optical Fibres
- Durk de Vries - a CCD positioner system for the Gratama telescope
- Jorrit Hagen - Detecting streaming motions in spiral galaxies
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