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Prof. Dr. Hubert Klahr
Prof. Dr. Hubert Klahr
Research Group Leader

Phone: +49 6221 528-255

Open Bachelor & Master Projects

Open Bachelor & Master Projects

Project offers are open throughout the whole year. The projects give you an impression on the spectrum of our work for which we invite you to productively contribute. If you need more information or want to learn about latest opportunities, please do not hesitate to drop me an Email.

Turbulence proto-planetary accretion disks

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Giant Planet Formation via Disk Fragmentation

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Related to the general field of the theory of planet formation, the thesis addresses the stability of accretion disks with respect to a baroclinic instability.

Linear stability analysis of proto-planetary accretion disks

Related to the general field of the theory of planet formation, the thesis addresses the stability of accretion disks with respect to a baroclinic instability. [more]
Magnetorotational turbulence plays an important role in the formation of planets. It is diffusing small grains and concentrating larger objects in turbulent features.

Magnetohydrodynamical models

Magnetorotational turbulence plays an important role in the formation of planets. It is diffusing small grains and concentrating larger objects in turbulent features. [more]
Recent numerical simulations show that large, Ceres sized planetesimals might form very rapidly in protoplanetary disks. In this work we want to explore the consequences of these findings on the formation of (extrasolar) giant planets.

Formation of giant planets from large planetesimals

Recent numerical simulations show that large, Ceres sized planetesimals might form very rapidly in protoplanetary disks. In this work we want to explore the consequences of these findings on the formation of (extrasolar) giant planets. [more]

Modeling dust in proto-planetary accretion disks

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