University of São Paulo, São Carlos, 2023, lecturer.
This graduate course aims at providing an introduction to the computational methods used to model the propagation of high-energy cosmic messengers, namely cosmic rays, gamma rays, and neutrinos. Students will learn about the physical processes that govern the propagation of these particles, as well as the techniques used to describe their transport in astrophysical environments. Topics will include the theory of astroparticle transport, the computational techniques commonly employed, and specific codes used by the community. Also discussed will be the limitations of model-building and the role of uncertainties in interpreting the results.
The course's webpage can be found here.
University of Oxford, 2016-2017, tutor
B2: Symmetry and Relativity is a course for third year students covering special relativity in mechanics and electromagnetism, and classical field theory. Details in the website.