Tag Archives: SMS

06 Feb 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Amorisco, Globular cluster populations and the kinematical fingerprints of minor mergers
  • (abs, pdf) Zwart & Boekholt, Numerical verification of the microscopic time reversibility of Newton's equations of motion: Fighting exponential divergence
  • (abs, pdf) Dupont & Enßlin, Consistency and convergence of simulation schemes in Information field dynamics
  • (abs, pdf) Seifried et al., Is molecular cloud turbulence driven by external supernova explosions?
  • (abs, pdf) Ceccarelli et al., The evolution of grain mantles and silicate dust growth at high redshift
  • (abs, pdf) Butler et al., Maximally Rotating Supermassive Stars at the Onset of Collapse: The Perturbative Effects of Gas Pressure, Magnetic Fields, Dark Matter and Dark Energy

30 Nov 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Stefanon et al., The rest-frame optical (900nm) galaxy luminosity function at z~4-7: abundance matching points to limited evolution in the Mstar/Mhalo ratio at z>4
  • (abs, pdf) Xie et al., H$_2$-based star formation laws in galaxy formation models
  • (abs, pdf) Dors et al., Effective temperature of ionizing stars of extragalactic HII regions
  • (abs, pdf) Nakauchi et al., Do Stellar Winds Prevent the Formation of Supermassive Stars by Accretion?

16 Sept 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Hahn et al., Star Formation Quenching Timescale of Central Galaxies in a Hierarchical Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Koh & Wise, Extending Semi-numeric Reionisation Models to the First Stars and Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Behroozi & Silk, The Most Massive Galaxies and Black Holes Allowed by $\Lambda$CDM
  • (abs, pdf) Umeda et al., The Final Fates of Accreting Supermassive Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Heinrich et al., Complete Reionization Constraints from Planck 2015 Polarization