Tag Archives: FDM

07 Nov 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Trussler et al., On the observability and identification of Population III galaxies with JWST
  • (abs, pdf) Williams et al., The Supersonic Project: The eccentricity and rotational support of SIGOs and DM GHOSts
  • (abs, pdf) Lin et al., Low Metallicity Galaxies from the Dark Energy Survey
  • (abs, pdf) Popovas, DISPATCH methods: an approximate, entropy-based Riemann solver for ideal magnetohydrodynamics
  • (abs, pdf) Bagley et al., CEERS Epoch 1 NIRCam Imaging: Reduction Methods and Simulations Enabling Early JWST Science Results
  • (abs, pdf) Liu et al., Coherent and incoherent structures in fuzzy dark matter halos
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., Evolution of the UV LF from z~15 to z~8 Using New JWST NIRCam Medium-Band Observations over the HUDF/XDF

25 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Bera et al., Studying Cosmic Dawn using redshifted HI 21-cm signal: A brief review
  • (abs, pdf) Hennebelle et al., How magnetic field and stellar radiative feedback influences the collapse and the stellar mass spectrum of a massive star forming clump
  • (abs, pdf) Schauer et al., Dwarf galaxy formation with and without dark matter-baryon streaming velocities
  • (abs, pdf) Sipp et al., Super-resolution simulation of the Fuzzy Dark Matter cosmological model

24 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Farsian et al., New applications of Graph Neural Networks in Cosmology
  • (abs, pdf) Zappa et al., Binary neutron star merger simulations with neutrino transport and turbulent viscosity: impact of different schemes and grid resolution
  • (abs, pdf) Kulkarni et al., If dark matter is fuzzy, the first stars form in massive pancakes
  • (abs, pdf) Mainali et al., The connection between galactic outflows and the escape of ionizing photons
  • (abs, pdf) He & Ricotti, Massive Prestellar Cores in Radiation-magneto-turbulent Simulations of Molecular Clouds

18 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Nori et al., Fuzzy Aquarius: evolution of a Milky-way like system in the Fuzzy Dark Matter scenario
  • (abs, pdf) Kim et al., Photochemistry and Heating/Cooling of the Multiphase Interstellar Medium with UV Radiative Transfer for Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Yoon et al., ALMA Observation of a $z\gtrsim10$ Galaxy Candidate Discovered with JWST
  • (abs, pdf) Nagele et al., Pulsations of primordial supermassive stars induced by a general relativistic instability; visible to JWST at z$>$12
  • (abs, pdf) Balu et al., Thermal and Reionisation History within a Large-volume Semi-Analytic Galaxy Formation Simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Katz et al., Two Modes of LyC Escape From Bursty Star Formation: Implications for [C II] Deficits and the Sources of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Larkin et al., Characterization of Population III Stars with Stellar Atmosphere and Evolutionary Modeling and Predictions of their Observability with the James Webb Space Telescope

29 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Weerasooriya et al., Devouring the Milky Way Satellites: Modeling Dwarf Galaxies with Galacticus
  • (abs, pdf) Gong et al., Fuzzy Dark Matter as a Solution to the Stellar Mass Density of High-z Massive Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Del Popolo & Delliou, Review of solutions to the Cusp-core problem of the $\Lambda$CDM Model
  • (abs, pdf) Orr et al., Spiral Arms are Metal Freeways: Azimuthal Gas-Phase Metallicity Variations in Simulated Cosmological Zoom-in Flocculent Disks
  • (abs, pdf) Bera et al., Bridging the Gap between Cosmic Dawn and Reionization favors Faint Galaxies-dominated Models

09 Aug 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Glazebrook et al., Early results from GLASS-JWST XV: the faintest red sources in the NIRCAM deep fields are intrinsically blue
  • (abs, pdf) Jermyn et al., Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA): Time-Dependent Convection, Energy Conservation, Automatic Differentiation, and Infrastructure
  • (abs, pdf) Dome et al., On the Cosmic Web Elongation in Fuzzy Dark Matter Cosmologies
  • (abs, pdf) Dressler et al., Early Results From GLASS-JWST. XVII: Building the First Galaxies — Chapter 1. Star Formation Histories at 5<z < 7

13 Jul 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Flitter & Kovetz, Closing the window on fuzzy dark matter with the 21cm signal
  • (abs, pdf) Latif et al., Turbulent Cold Flows Gave Birth to the First Quasars
  • (abs, pdf) Ishimoto et al., The physical origin for spatially large scatter of IGM opacity at the end of reionization: the IGM Ly$\alpha$ opacity-galaxy density relation
  • (abs, pdf) Farina et al., The X-shooter/ALMA Sample of Quasars in the Epoch of Reionization. II. Black Hole Masses, Eddington Ratios, and the Formation of the First Quasars
  • (abs, pdf) Sugahara et al., Bridging Optical and Far-Infrared Emission-Line Diagrams of Galaxies from Local to the Epoch of Reionization: Characteristic High [O III] 88 $\mathrm{\mu m}$/SFR at $z > 6$
  • (abs, pdf) Lanzieri et al., Hybrid Physical-Neural ODEs for Fast N-body Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Rigby et al., Characterization of JWST science performance from commissioning
  • (abs, pdf) Han et al., Impact of Radiation Feedback on the Formation of Globular Cluster Candidates during Cloud-Cloud Collisions

27 Jun – 01 Jul 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Baier-Soto et al., A tentative $\sim$1000 km s$^{-1}$ offset between the [CII] 158 $\mu$m and Ly$\alpha$ line emission in a star-forming galaxy at $z = 7.2$
  • (abs, pdf) Cadiou et al., Stellar angular momentum can be controlled from cosmological initial conditions
  • (abs, pdf) Gough & Uhlemann, Making (dark matter) waves: Untangling wave interference for multi-streaming dark matter
  • (abs, pdf) Yung et al., Semi-analytic forecasts for JWST — VI. Simulated lightcones and galaxy clustering predictions
  • (abs, pdf) Stefanon et al., Deep Spitzer/IRAC Data for z~10 galaxies Reveal Blue Balmer Break Colors: Young Stellar Populations at ~500 Myr of Cosmic Time
  • (abs, pdf) Calura et al., Sub-parsec resolution cosmological simulations of star-forming clumps at high redshift with feedback of individual stars
  • (abs, pdf) Lombardo et al., Chemical Evolution of R-process Elements in Stars (CERES). I. Stellar parameters and chemical abundances from Na to Zr
  • (abs, pdf) Briel et al., Understanding the high-mass binary black hole population from stable mass transfer and super-Eddington accretion in BPASS
  • (abs, pdf) Mas-Ribas et al., LIMFAST. I. A Semi-Numerical Tool for Line Intensity Mapping
  • (abs, pdf) Sun et al., LIMFAST. II. Line Intensity Mapping as a Probe of High-Redshift Galaxy Formation
  • (abs, pdf) Menon et al., Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation or Drive Winds
  • (abs, pdf) Toyouchi et al., Radiative feedback on supermassive star formation: the massive end of the Population III initial mass function
  • (abs, pdf) Bernal & Kovetz, Line-Intensity Mapping: Theory Review