15 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Fahrion et al., Diversity of nuclear star cluster formation mechanisms revealed by their star formation histories
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., SpaceHub: A high-performance gravity integration toolkit for few-body problems in astrophysics
  • (abs, pdf) Breysse et al., Mapping the Universe in HD
  • (abs, pdf) Juneau et al., Jupyter-Enabled Astrophysical Analysis for Researchers and Students
  • (abs, pdf) Yang et al., A New Fast Monte Carlo Code for Solving Radiative Transfer Equations based on Neumann Solution
  • (abs, pdf) Dawoodbhoy et al., Core-Envelope Haloes in Scalar Field Dark Matter with Repulsive Self-Interaction: Fluid Dynamics Beyond the de Broglie Wavelength

12 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Moens et al., Radiation-Hydrodynamics with MPI-AMRVAC: Flux-Limited Diffusion
  • (abs, pdf) Inomata et al., Primordial Black Holes Arise When The Inflaton Falls
  • (abs, pdf) Sillero et al., Modelling H$_2$ and its effects on star formation using a joint implementation of GADGET-3 and KROME
  • (abs, pdf) Rudakovskyi et al., Constraints on warm dark matter from UV luminosity functions of high-z galaxies with Bayesian model comparison

29 Mar – 01 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Sivitilli et al., Virtual Reality and Immersive Collaborative Environments: the New Frontier for Big Data Visualisation
  • (abs, pdf) Tomaselli & Ferrara, Lyman-alpha radiation pressure: an analytical exploration
  • (abs, pdf) Stefanon et al., Galaxy Stellar Mass Functions from z~10 to z~6 using the Deepest Spitzer/IRAC Data: No Significant Evolution in the Stellar-to-Halo Mass Ratio of Galaxies in the First Gyr of Cosmic Time
  • (abs, pdf) Foucart et al., Implementation of Monte-Carlo transport in the general relativistic SpEC code
  • (abs, pdf) Becker et al., The mean free path of ionizing photons at 5 < z < 6: evidence for rapid evolution near reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Chiti et al., The Metal-Poor Metallicity Distribution of the Ancient Milky Way
  • (abs, pdf) Chiti et al., Stellar Metallicities from SkyMapper Photometry II: Precise photometric metallicities of $\sim$280,000 giant stars with [Fe/H] $< -0.75$ in the Milky Way