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56  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Last semester I am taught computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I also taught numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Last semester I am taught computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I also taught numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

55  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Last semester I am taught computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I also taught numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

54  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

53  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

52  11:06  83  Curriculum Vitae  I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Warwick in 2004. I obtained my PhD, under the supervision of Carsten Gundlach, from the University of Southampton in 2007. I then moved to the Jena numerical relativity group as a postdoc. 
I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Warwick in 2004. I obtained my PhD, under the supervision of Carsten Gundlach, from the University of Southampton in 2007. I then moved to the Jena numerical relativity group as a postdoc. Presently I am *trying* to wrap up my Habilitation thesis. 

51  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

50  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

49  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

48  11:06  15  Scientific Interests  I work on mathematical topics in numerical relativity. In particular my research has focused on the gauge freedom of general relativity and on the development of formulations suitable for numerical approximation. 
I work on mathematical topics in numerical relativity. In particular my research has focused on the gauge freedom of general relativity, on the development of formulations suitable for numerical approximation and on the collapse of gravitational waves. 

48  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
Last semester I taught computational physics II. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics. Information for the course is collected here. I am also teaching numerical relativity with Hannes, for which the website is here. Finally I am helping out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Last semester I am taught mathematical relativity. Relevant material for the course can be found here. Previously I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

47  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
Last semester I am teaching computational physics II. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
Last semester I taught computational physics II. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

46  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
Last semester I am teaching computational physics II. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

45  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

44  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
My Orcid id is 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

42  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

39  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

38  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught (gravitational waves), numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

37  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. The course webpages are: GWs, and NR. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught (gravitational waves), numerical relativity and computational physics. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

36  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. Last semester I taught gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/~hild/NR_course_2014.htmlhere]. Previously I taught numerical relativity with [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/tikiview_tracker_item.php?itemId=147page=Staff+List&itemId=147&show=viewNathan] and [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/tikiview_tracker_item.php?itemId=253page=Staff+List&itemId=253&show=viewHaris]. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. The course website is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. The course webpages are: GWs, and NR. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. Before that I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

35  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching computational physics II. Last semester I taught gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Previously I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/~hild/NR_course_2014.htmlhere]. Previously I taught numerical relativity with [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/tikiview_tracker_item.php?itemId=147page=Staff+List&itemId=147&show=viewNathan] and [http://www.tpi.unijena.de/tikiview_tracker_item.php?itemId=253page=Staff+List&itemId=253&show=viewHaris]. 

34  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

33  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

32  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website is here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 

31  11:06  83  Curriculum Vitae  I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Warwick in 2004. I obtained my PhD, under the supervision of Carsten Gundlach, from the University of Southampton in 2007. I then moved to moved to the Jena numerical relativity group as a postdoc. 
I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Warwick in 2004. I obtained my PhD, under the supervision of Carsten Gundlach, from the University of Southampton in 2007. I then moved to the Jena numerical relativity group as a postdoc. 

30  11:06  34  Publications and Teaching  A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire or google scholar. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 
A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. The following supplementary notebooks are provided freely. Most require the mathematica package xTensor to run. If you find anything helpful, please cite the parent paper:
This semester I am teaching gravitational waves. The course webpage is here. Last year I taught gravitational waves with Nathan. The old course website here. Last semester I was teaching computational physics II and numerical relativity. The numerical relativity course website is here. Previously I taught numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. 