SEPnet Astro Grad School Resource webpages
New student? Here is a collection of advice documents donated from SEPnet Astro members which will ease the process of acclimitisation for new postgraduate students across the region (and further afield). From learning UNIX to the final viva, assuming you get that far......An important focus of SEPnet-Astro is Radio Astronomy. "Introduction to Radio Astronomy" is an Oxford University contribution to the SEPnet Gradschool. The website below contains presentations and other useful material. Next year's workshop will be similar to the one given this year and is described here
|How to ...||make a literature review||Kent||word doc||link|
|How to ...||do research||Sussex||ppt||available|
|How to ...||begin in astro research||QMUL||lecture notes||available|
|How to ...||write proposals||Kent||lecture notes||available|
|How to ...||write a thesis in Latex||Sussex||Latex template||available|
|How to ...||prepare for a viva||Southampton||lectures||available|
|What to ...||expect from good examiners||Southampton||link to pdf||available|
|A guide to ...||UNIX||Southampton||web tutorials||available|
|A complete guide to ...||astro computing||Sussex||full collection||available|
|Useful ...||computer techniques||Southampton||lecture notes||available|
|Useful ...||external links||Portsmouth||collection||available|
|Exhaustive list of ...||astro links||QMUL||collection||available|
If you have any comments regarding SEPnet Astro, please contact Prof. Michael Smith at Kent who is the present Chair of the SEPnet Astro Management Committee.
Or contact the Kent astrophysics group webmaster.