Tag Archives: ML

20 Mar 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Fielding et al., Multiphase Gas and the Fractal Nature of Radiative Turbulent Mixing Layers
  • (abs, pdf) Nasirudin et al., The Impact of Realistic Foreground and Instrument Models on 21cm Epoch of Reionization Experiments
  • (abs, pdf) Harada et al., The Boltzmann-radiation-hydrodynamics Simulations of the Core-collapse Supernova with the Different Equations of State: the Role of Nuclear Composition and the Behavior of Neutrinos
  • (abs, pdf) Huerta et al., Convergence of Artificial Intelligence and High Performance Computing on NSF-supported Cyberinfrastructure
  • (abs, pdf) Reeves et al., An Application of Gaussian Process Modeling for High-order Accurate Adaptive Mesh Refinement Prolongation

11 Mar 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Sawala et al., Setting the Stage: Structures from Gaussian Random Fields
  • (abs, pdf) Hainline et al., Simulating JWST/NIRCam Color Selection of High-Redshift Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Schäbe et al., A comparison of $\text{H}_2$ formation models at high redshift
  • (abs, pdf) Cadiou et al., When do cosmic peaks, filaments or walls merge? A theory of critical events in a multi-scale landscape
  • (abs, pdf) Burchett et al., Revealing the Dark Threads of the Cosmic Web
  • (abs, pdf) Qin et al., A tale of two sites — I: Inferring the properties of minihalo-hosted galaxies from current observations
  • (abs, pdf) Sanchez-Gonzalez et al., Learning to Simulate Complex Physics with Graph Networks

20 Feb 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Sanchez, Let us bury the prehistoric $h$: arguments against using $h^{-1}{\rm Mpc}$ units in observational cosmology
  • (abs, pdf) Regos et al., Detecting Pair-Instability Supernovae at z<5 with the James Webb Space Telescope
  • (abs, pdf) List & Lewis, A unified framework for 21cm tomography sample generation and parameter inference with Progressively Growing GANs
  • (abs, pdf) Toyouchi et al., Gaseous dynamical friction under radiative feedback: do intermediate-mass black holes speed up or down?
  • (abs, pdf) Cielo et al., Honing and proofing Astrophysical codes on the road to Exascale. Experiences from code modernization on many-core systems
  • (abs, pdf) Ding et al., Testing the fidelity of simulations of black hole — galaxy co-evolution at z ~ 1.5 with observations
  • (abs, pdf) Lehner et al., Project AMIGA: The Circumgalactic Medium of Andromeda
  • (abs, pdf) Zick et al., Towards Studying Hierarchical Assembly in Real Time: A Milky Way Progenitor Galaxy at z = 2.36 under the Microscope

17 Jan 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Wolcott-Green et al., Suppression of H2-cooling in protogalaxies aided by trapped Ly{\alpha} cooling radiation
  • (abs, pdf) Schutz, The Subhalo Mass Function and Ultralight Bosonic Dark Matter
  • (abs, pdf) Yoo et al., On the origin of low escape fractions of ionizing radiation from massive star-forming galaxies at high redshift
  • (abs, pdf) Ramanah et al., Super-resolution emulator of cosmological simulations using deep physical models
  • (abs, pdf) Rodríguez-Montoya et al., Constraints on the velocity dispersion of Dark Matter from Cosmology and new bounds on scattering from the Cosmic Dawn

07 Jan 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Tilvi et al., Onset of Cosmic Reionization: Evidence of An Ionized Bubble Merely 680 Myrs after the Big Bang
  • (abs, pdf) Emsenhuber et al., Realistic On-the-fly Outcomes of Planetary Collisions II: Bringing Machine Learning to N-body Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Komiya et al., Are Faint Supernovae Responsible for Carbon-Enhanced Metal-Poor Stars?
  • (abs, pdf) Negrello et al., Understanding galaxy formation and evolution through an all-sky submillimetre spectroscopic survey

11 Dec 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Bernardini et al., Predicting dark matter halo formation in N-body simulations with deep regression networks
  • (abs, pdf) Blumenthal et al., Galaxy interactions in IllustrisTNG-100, I: The power and limitations of visual identification
  • (abs, pdf) Tang et al., Dependence of Gravitational Wave Transient Rates on Cosmic Star Formation and Metallicity Evolution History
  • (abs, pdf) Cipolletta et al., Spritz: a new fully general-relativistic magnetohydrodynamic code