About the vocation to Astronomy and its importance both for all of Mankind and for Ukraine, in particular. Astronomical research at Lviv University has been going on for over 250 years. For 25 years, the department of astrophysics, which prepares future researchers of the sky, has been operating here continuously. About cooperation as a complement to the strengths of the Lviv and Vienna astrophysical scientific groups. About why modern astrophysicists are also good programmers. Nebular astrophysics, the study of white...Read more »
Department of Astrophysics
- About the Department
- Lecturers' schedule
- Teaching materials
About the Department
|Associate ProfessorIhor Koshmak||Associate Professor|
|Associate ProfessorSviatoslav Smerechynskyi||Associate Professor|
|Associate ProfessorOksana Stelmakh||Associate Professor|
|Associate ProfessorNestor Tyshko||Associate Professor|
|Junior Research FellowDmytro Dzikovskyi||Junior Research Fellow|
|1st Category EngineerNadiya Vorobets||1st Category Engineer|
|Senior Department SecretaryRuslana Melekh||Senior Department Secretary|
|Postgraduate StudentFedir Karasenko||Postgraduate Student|
|Postgraduate StudentMyroslav Kasheba||Postgraduate Student|
1. Electronic course on the subject “Mechanics”: Melekh B.Ya., Smerechynskyi S.V., Stelmakh O.M., Koshmak I.O. Video lectures (with a description of the content), video demonstrations of laboratory work and modular tests in Mechanics for students of the Faculty of Physics.
— The structure of the electronic course “Mechanics”.
— Electronic course “Mechanics” on the platform “E-learning” of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (for authorized users).
1. Spherical astronomy: methodical recommendations. Concluded by L. Yankiv-Vitkovska. — Lviv: Publishing center of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2001. — 40 p.
Main topics of the scientific activity of Department of Astrophysics:
- Diagnostics and photoionization modelling of the nebular environments (planetary nebulae, HII regions, diffuse ionized gas surrounding the star-forming regions)
- Internal structure of the compact astrophysical objects (white dwarfs and neutron stars)
- Structure and evolution of the Universe
- Stellar atmospheres
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Roman Serkiz, the head of the laboratory of physics and technology of nanostructures of the solid state physics department of the physics faculty of Ivan Franko Lviv National University, introduces you to the modern...
In everyday life, we are surrounded by a large number of signals – both analog and digital. How can you “see” electrical signals? We tell:
How to visualize an electrical signal?
How to investigate the parameters of electrical signals?
How to get Lissajous figures?
Explore the simplest electrical signals with Pavel Shchepanskyi, associate professor of the Department of General Physics, Faculty of Physics, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.Read more »
The creation of new materials and technologies for their production always led to the appearance of new mechanisms and machines that significantly changed the life of mankind and determined the general level of its development. This difficult work is closely related to many sciences, which were also developed and created at the same time, but the central place among them was always occupied by physics. In this video, an attempt is made, using simple examples, to show how a successful...Read more »