Category Archives: astro-ph

Here are the papers from astro-ph that I find interesting. I tend to update daily, so if there is a day missing, I probably didn’t find any papers relevant to our group.

02 Jul 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Zanisi et al., The relationship between fine galaxy stellar morphology and star formation activity in cosmological simulations: a deep learning view
  • (abs, pdf) Jeffreson et al., The role of galactic dynamics in shaping the physical properties of giant molecular clouds in Milky Way-like galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Bhowmick et al., Supermassive black hole fueling in IllustrisTNG: Impact of environment

01 Jul 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Motwani et al., First results from SMAUG: Insights into star formation conditions from spatially-resolved ISM properties in TNG50
  • (abs, pdf) Fielding et al., First results from SMAUG: Uncovering the Origin of the Multiphase Circumgalactic Medium with a Comparative Analysis of Idealized and Cosmological Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Pandya et al., First results from SMAUG: The need for preventative stellar feedback and improved baryon cycling in semi-analytic models of galaxy formation

30 Jun 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Nanni et al., The gas, metal and dust evolution in low-metallicity local and high-redshift galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Vandenbroucke & Camps, CMacIonize 2.0: a novel task-based approach to Monte Carlo radiation transfer
  • (abs, pdf) Baldassare et al., Populating the low-mass end of the $M_{\rm BH}-\sigma_{\ast}$ relation
  • (abs, pdf) Johnson et al., A Random Walk Model for Dark Matter Halo Concentrations
  • (abs, pdf) Liu & Bromm, When did Population~III star formation end?
  • (abs, pdf) Di Cintio et al., Introducing a multi-particle collision method for the evolution of dense stellar systems code: Crash-test N-body simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Allahverdi et al., The First Three Seconds: a Review of Possible Expansion Histories of the Early Universe

26 Jun 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Leslie et al., The VLA-COSMOS 3 GHz Large Project: Evolution of specific star formation rates out to $z\sim5$
  • (abs, pdf) Esmerian et al., Thermal Instability in the CGM of $L_{\star}$ Galaxies: Testing "Precipitation" Models with the FIRE Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Stern et al., Virialization of the inner CGM in the FIRE simulations and implications for galaxy discs, star formation and feedback
  • (abs, pdf) Ploeckinger & Schaye, Radiative cooling rates, ion fractions, molecule abundances and line emissivities including self-shielding and both local and metagalactic radiation fields
  • (abs, pdf) McKee et al., Magnetic Fields in the Formation of the First Stars. I. Theory vs. Simulation

23-24 Jun 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Curtis & Brainerd, Fast Generation of Large-scale Structure Density Maps via Generative Adversarial Networks
  • (abs, pdf) Magg et al., A Minimum Dilution Scenario for Supernovae and Consequences for Extremely Metal-Poor Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Cooke et al., Astronomy Paper Seminar Participation Guide & Reading Walkthrough
  • (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration et al., GW190814: Gravitational Waves from the Coalescence of a 23 M$_\odot$ Black Hole with a 2.6 M$_\odot$ Compact Object

19 Jun 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Meng & Gnedin, Evolution of Disc Thickness in High-Redshift Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Habouzit et al., Supermassive black holes in cosmological simulations I: M_BH-M_star relation and black hole mass function
  • (abs, pdf) Ma et al., The contribution of globular clusters to cosmic reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Bennett & Sijacki, Resolving shocks and filaments in galaxy formation simulations: effects on gas properties and star formation in the circumgalactic medium