Tag Archives: NBody

03 Feb 2017

  • (abs, pdf) Schawinski et al., Generative Adversarial Networks recover features in astrophysical images of galaxies beyond the deconvolution limit
  • (abs, pdf) Agarwal et al., Metallicity evolution of direct collapse black hole hosts: CR7 as a case study
  • (abs, pdf) Das et al., High Mass X-ray Binaries and the Cosmic 21-cm Signal: Impact of Host Galaxy Absorption
  • (abs, pdf) Maureira-Fredes & Amaro-Seoane, GraviDy: a GPU modular, parallel $N-$body integrator

09 Dec 2011

  • (abs, pdf) Stinson et al., Confronting Simulations with the Observed CGM at z=0
  • (abs, pdf) Awat & Daisuke, Towards a self-consistent numerical model of late-type galaxies: Calibrating the effects of sub-grid physics on galactic models
  • (abs, pdf) Carroll-Nellenback et al., Efficient Parallelization for AMR MHD Multiphysics Calculations; Implementation in AstroBEAR
  • (abs, pdf) Feldmann et al., The X-factor in Galaxies: I. Dependence on Environment and Scale
  • (abs, pdf) Kim et al., The New Horizon Run Cosmological N-Body Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Mesinger et al., The kinetic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich signal from inhomogeneous reionization: a parameter space study

02 Aug 2011

  • (abs, pdf) Bate, Collapse of a molecular cloud core to stellar densities: the formation and evolution of pre-stellar discs
  • (abs, pdf) Gafton & Rosswog, A fast recursive coordinate bisection tree for neighbour search and gravity
  • (abs, pdf) Dubois et al., Self-regulated growth of supermassive black holes by a dual jet/heating AGN feedback mechanism: methods, tests and implications for cosmological simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Gall et al., Production of dust by massive stars at high redshift