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   * Astronomy 202: //​Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics// (EY)   * Astronomy 202: //​Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics// (EY)
   * Astronomy 256: //Astronomy Data Science Laboratory//​ (EY)   * Astronomy 256: //Astronomy Data Science Laboratory//​ (EY)
-  * Astronomy ​204: //Numerical Techniques in Astronomy// ​(EOY) +  * Astronomy ​218: // Galaxies ​(formally: Stellar ​Dyanmics ​and Galactic Structure// (EOY) 
-  * Astronomy 218//Stellar ​Dynamics ​and Galactic Structure// (EOY) +  * Astronomy ​C229 / Physics 229: //​Extragalactic Astronomy and Physical Cosmology // (EOY)
-  * Astronomy ​C228: //​Extragalactic Astronomy and Physical Cosmology // (EOY)+
   * Astronomy 252: //Stellar Structure and Evolution// (EOY)   * Astronomy 252: //Stellar Structure and Evolution// (EOY)
   * Astronomy C254: //High Energy Astrophysics//​ (EOY)   * Astronomy C254: //High Energy Astrophysics//​ (EOY)
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 ==== Other Courses ==== ==== Other Courses ====
- +  * Computer Science 289A Introduction to Machine Learning 
-  * Astronomy ​300 //​Instruction Techniques in General Astronomy// is normally taken concurrently with Graduate Student Instructor duties in Astronomy 7 or 10. This allows the student to take credits for acting as a GSI.+  * Computer Science 281A Statistical Learning Theory (like above but better because there are no undergrads) 
 +  * Physics 288 Bayesian Data Analysis and Machine Learning for Physical Sciences 
 +  * Physics 242A Theoretical Plasma Physics  
 +  * Physics 231 General Relativity 
 +  * Astronomy ​375 (EY) //​Instruction Techniques in General Astronomy// is normally taken concurrently with Graduate Student Instructor duties in Astronomy 7 or 10. This allows the student to take credits for acting as a GSI.
  
 ===== Scheduling ===== ===== Scheduling =====
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 Sample 3 Year Schedule Sample 3 Year Schedule
 ^ Fall 1 ^ Spring 1 ^ Fall 2 ^ Spring 2 ^ Fall 3 ^ Spring 3 ^ ^ Fall 1 ^ Spring 1 ^ Fall 2 ^ Spring 2 ^ Fall 3 ^ Spring 3 ^
-|  ​201   ​| ​   202   ​| ​ 201   |   202    |  201   ​|   ​202 ​   | +|  ​Radiation ​ ​| ​  Fluids ​  |  ​Radiation ​ ​|  ​Fluids ​ ​|  ​Radiation ​ ​|  ​Fluids ​ | 
-|  ​218   ​| ​   228   ​| ​ 218   ​| ​  ​228 ​   ​|  ​218   ​| ​  ​228 ​   | +|  ​High Energy ​|  ​Cosmology ​Galaxies ​Stars High Energy ​| Cosmology | 
- 252   ​| ​   216   |  ​254   ​| ​  ​216 ​   |  252   ​| ​  ​216 ​   | +|  ​Planets ​ ​|  ​Data Lab  | |  ​Data Lab  ​|  ​Planets ​ ​| ​ |
-|  ​217   ​| ​   203   ​| ​ 249   ​| ​  ​255 ​   |  217   ​| ​  ​203 ​   ​| +
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-==== ISM/​Star/​Planet Formation ==== +
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-Those interested in ISM and star/planet formation and solar system might take: +
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-ISM/​Star/​Planet Formation Sequence -- ODD YEAR</​caption>​ +
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-^  F1  ^  S1  ^  F2  ^  S2  ^  F3  ^ +
-|  ​201 |  ​203  ​249 ​ ​202 ​ ​217 ​| +
-|  218 |  216 |      |  252 |      | +
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-ISM/​Star/​Planet Formation Sequence -- EVEN YEAR +
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-^  F2   ​^ ​ S2  ^  F3 ^  S3  ^ +
-|  201  |  202  |  217  |  203  | +
-|  249  |  216  |  218  |       | +
-|  252  |       ​| ​      ​| ​      | +
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-Comments: ODD schedule is stretched out relative to EVEN schedule +
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-Prelim topics from 201-203, 216, 217, 252 are best.  +
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-Attendance in ISM/Star Formation Journal Club (292-2) including presentation would be recommended.  +
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-Research with Basri, Backer, Blitz, Bower, Chiang, De Pater, Graham, Heiles, Marcy, McKee, Welch.  +
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-==== Extragalactic Studies and Cosmology ​==== +
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-Those interested in extragalactic studies and cosmology would take: +
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-Extragalactic and Cosmology Sequence -- ODD YEAR +
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-^  F1  ^  S1  ^  F2  ^  S2  ^ +
-|  201  |  203  |  254  |  202  ​+
-|  ​218  ​|  ​228  ​| ​      ​|  ​216  | +
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-Extragalactic and Cosmology Sequence -- EVEN YEAR +
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- F2   ​^ ​ S2  ^  F3  ^  S3  ^  F4  ^ +
- ​201 ​ ​| ​ ​202 ​ |  252  |  203  |  254  | +
-|  218  |  228  |       ​| ​      ​| ​      | +
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-Prelim topics from 201, 203, 218, 228 are best.  +
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-Attendance in Cosmology Seminar (292-5) including presentation would be recommended.  +
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-Research with Bloom, Bower, Davis, Graham, Filippenko, Ma, Spinrad, White. ​+
  
-==== Compact Objects, Stars and Stellar Death ==== 
  
-Those interested in compact objects, stars, and death of stars would take similar sequence to extragalactic and cosmology or ISM and star/planet formation depending on mean redshift of interest. 
  
-Prelim topics from 201-202, 216, 252, and 254 are best. 
  
-Research with Arons, Backer, Basri, Bloom, Boggs, Filippenko, Quataert.