Thesis - Diploma (36)

  1. 6081.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Waelkens, A.: Models of polarized Synchroton emission as a CMB foreground. Diploma, 60 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2005)
  2. 6082.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Taubenberger, S.: Lightcurves and spectra of the unusual nearby supernova 2004AW. Diploma, 109 pp., Technische Universität, München (2004)
  3. 6083.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Gieseler, M.: Nucleosynthes in type Ia subernovae. Diploma, 90 pp., Technische Universität, München (2004)
  4. 6084.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Obergaulinger, M.: Numerical simulations of the gravitational collapse of rotating magnetised stellar cores. Diploma, 176 pp., Technische Universität, München (2004)
  5. 6085.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Kitaura Joyanes, F. S.: Hydrodynamical simulation of the stellar collapse of O/Ne/Mg cores with Boltzmann neutrino transpor. Diploma, 61 pp., Technische Universität, München (2003)
  6. 6086.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Marek, A.: The effects of the nuclear equation of ste on stellar core collapse and supernova evolution. Diploma, 68 pp., Technische Universität, München (2003)
  7. 6087.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Heesen, V.: Allgemein relativistischer Kollaps rotierender extrem massereicher Sterne in Achsensymmetrie. Diploma, 87 pp., Technische Universität, München (2003)
  8. 6088.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Arcones Segovia, A.: Studies of neutrino-heating and shock-revival phase in a supernova core by using an analytic toy model. Diploma, 62 pp., Technische Universität, München (2003)
  9. 6089.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Behrens, T.: Analysis of spectra of type Ia supernovae. Diploma, 45 Seiten pp., Technische Universität München - TUM, München (2003)
  10. 6090.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Pfrommer, C.: Cosmological weak lensing of the cosmic microwave background by large scale structures. Diploma, 117 pages; colour figures pp., Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena (2002)
  11. 6091.
    Thesis - Diploma
    Haydn, C.: Studying the spectral evolution of stellar populations using artificial neural networks. Diploma, 64 pp., Universität Regensburg, Regensburg (2002)

Thesis - Master (29)

  1. 6092.
    Thesis - Master
    Gashi, F.: Stochastic expectation propagation. Master, 60 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2018)
  2. 6093.
    Thesis - Master
    Kresse, D.: Stellar collapse diversity and the diffuse supernova neutrino background. Master, 61 pp., Technische Universität München, München (2018)
  3. 6094.
    Thesis - Master
    Kurthen, M.: Bayesian causal inference. Master, 61 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2018)
  4. 6095.
    Thesis - Master
    Lienhard, C.: Hamiltonian Monte Carlo sampling for fields. Master, 67 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, Germany (2018)
  5. 6096.
    Thesis - Master
    Oberpriller, J.: Bayesian parameter estimation of miss-specified models. Master, 57 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2018)
  6. 6097.
    Thesis - Master
    Schuldt, S.: The inner dark matter distribution of the cosmic horseshoe with gravitational lensing and dynamics. Master, 90 pp., Technische Universität München, München (2018)
  7. 6098.
    Thesis - Master
    Westerkamp, M.: Dynamical field inference via ghost fields. Master, 82 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2018)
  8. 6099.
    Thesis - Master
    Dupont, M.: On the practical applications of information field dynamics. Master, 87 pp., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, Germany (2017)
  9. 6100.
    Thesis - Master
    Lietzau, S.: Toward automating abundance tomography for type Ia supernova - using machine learning techniques. Master, 80 pp., Technische Universität München, München, Germany (2017)
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