Neutron stars are probably the most exotic objects in the Universe: indeed, they present extreme and quite unique properties both in their macro- and micro-physics. Indeed, the physics of compact stars and of the stellar systems they form requires expertise from disciplines that are generally mostly disjointed, but now have to work sinergetically: high-energy astrophysics, gravitational physics, nuclear and hadronic physics, neutrino physics, QCD, superfluid hydrodynamics, plasma physics.
This course will offer a general and multi-disciplinar overview of the present understanding of the physics of neutron stars to master and PhD students, young scientists and established researchers.
This hybrid course will take place at IGFAE and online via Zoom. Online connection details will be distributed to the registered participants in due time.