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79  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

78  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

77  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

76  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

75  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

74  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

73  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

72  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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 helped out in Ronny's course on the detection of gravitational waves. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

71  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

70  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. I gave a similar set of lectures for the 2017 CAS Spring school in Beijing. Scans of the notes can be found here. 

69  01:50  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 mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still I taught gravitational waves, numerical relativity and computational physics. Before that I also taught gravitational waves with Nathan, and numerical relativity with Nathan and Haris. I recently (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

68  01:50  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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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:
Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

67  01:50  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:
Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

66  01:50  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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:
Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

65  01:50  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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. Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

65  01:50  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. Presently I am *trying* to wrap up my Habilitation thesis and organize my move to CENTRA. 
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 and organize my move to CENTRA. 

64  01:50  34  Publications and Teaching  My Orcid id is: 0000000199605293. A list of my publications can be found at hep inspire, google scholar or researchgate. Please enjoy the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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. Feel free to take a look at the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

63  01:50  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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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. Please enjoy the following visualizations and their associated paper:
This semester I am teaching advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

62  01:50  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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website can is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

61  01:50  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 (October 2016 & February 2017) 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 advanced mathematical methods for physicists. The course Friedolin pages are here and here. Last semester I taught mathematical relativity. The course website can is here. Earlier I 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. Earlier still 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

60  01:50  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 (October 2016) 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 (October 2016 & February 2017) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 

59  01:50  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. Presently I am *trying* to wrap up my Habilitation thesis and organize my move to https://centra.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/. 
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 and organize my move to CENTRA. 

58  01:50  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. Presently I am *trying* to wrap up my Habilitation thesis. 
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 and organize my move to https://centra.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/. 

57  01:50  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 (October 2016) gave a few introductory lectures in numerical relativity at IUCAA. Scans of my handwritten notes are here. 