Tag Archives: CGM

24 Nov 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Lucie-Smith et al., Deep learning insights into cosmological structure formation
  • (abs, pdf) Talbot et al., Blandford-Znajek jets in galaxy formation simulations: method and implementation
  • (abs, pdf) Simcoe et al., Interstellar and Circumgalactic Properties of an Unseen $z=6.84$ Galaxy: Abundances, Ionization, and Heating in the Earliest Known Quasar Absorber
  • (abs, pdf) Dutton et al., NIHAO — XXV. Convergence in the cusp-core transformation of cold dark matter haloes at high star formation thresholds
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., Oscillations and Random Walk of the Soliton Core in a Fuzzy Dark Matter Halo
  • (abs, pdf) Garcia et al., Magnetization of the intergalactic medium in the IllustrisTNG simulations: the importance of extended, outflow-driven bubbles

28-30 Oct 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Chevance et al., Pre-supernova feedback mechanisms drive the destruction of molecular clouds in nearby star-forming disc galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Grudić, Accelerating self-gravitating hydrodynamics simulations with adaptive force updates
  • (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration et al., Population Properties of Compact Objects from the Second LIGO-Virgo Gravitational-Wave Transient Catalog
  • (abs, pdf) Bak et al., Effective Cross Section of Fuzzy Dark Matter Halos
  • (abs, pdf) Abbott et al., GWTC-2: Compact Binary Coalescences Observed by LIGO and Virgo During the First Half of the Third Observing Run
  • (abs, pdf) Murray et al., 21cmFAST v3: A Python-integrated C code forgenerating 3D realizations of the cosmic 21cm signal
  • (abs, pdf) Riechers et al., Rise of the Titans: Gas Excitation and Feedback in a Binary Hyper-Luminous Dusty Starburst Galaxy at z~6
  • (abs, pdf) Palous et al., Can supernova shells feed supermassive black holes in galactic nuclei?
  • (abs, pdf) Zheng et al., Characterizing the Circumgalactic Medium of the Lowest-Mass Galaxies: A Case Study of IC 1613

17 Sept 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Wu et al., On the accuracy of common moment-based radiative transfer methods for simulating reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Sanders et al., The MOSDEF Survey: The Evolution of the Mass-Metallicity Relation from $z=0$ to $z\sim3.3$
  • (abs, pdf) Whitney et al., Surface Brightness Evolution of Galaxies in the CANDELS GOODS Fields up to $z \sim 6$: High-z Galaxies are Unique or Remain Undetected
  • (abs, pdf) Ananna et al., Accretion History of AGN III: Radiative Efficiency and AGN Contribution to Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Peroux et al., Predictions for the Angular Dependence of Gas Mass Flow Rate and Metallicity in the Circumgalactic Medium

01 Sept 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Bourne & Sijacki, AGN jet feedback on a moving mesh: weak shocks and lobe disruption gently prevent the cooling catastrophe
  • (abs, pdf) Mitchell et al., Tracing the simulated high-redshift circum-galactic medium with Lyman alpha emission
  • (abs, pdf) Hutter et al., Astraeus III: The environment and physical properties of reionization sources
  • (abs, pdf) Palenzuela, Introduction to Numerical Relativity

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