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Stellar Astrophysics

2017 - 2:1
Friedrich Kupka / Herbert J. Muthsam, 
Modelling of stellar convection

Wolfram Schmidt, 
Large Eddy Simulations in Astrophysics

Relativistic Astrophysics

Dinshaw S. Balsara, 
Higher-order accurate space-time schemes for computational astrophysics—Part I: finite volume methods

José María Martí / Ewald Müller, 
Grid-based Methods in Relativistic Hydrodynamics and Magnetohydrodynamics

Stephan Rosswog,
SPH Methods in the Modelling of Compact Objects

Planetary Astrophysics

[in preparation]

Interstellar Medium

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Astrophysics of Galaxies

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Algorithms and Codes

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  • Large chemical networks in astrochemistry
  • Large-scale dark matter simulations
  • MHD turbulence
  • Modelling of nebular spectra for supernovae
  • Monte Carlo radiative transfer methods
  • Multi‐scale particle acceleration studies in astrophysical shocks systems
  • Numerical aspects of dust evolution in disks
  • Numerical models of planetary atmosphere dynamics
  • Numerical simulations of core-collapse supernovae
  • PIC methods in astrophysics
  • Simulations of cosmic ray propagation
  • Simulations of the interstellar medium
  • Turbulence in proto-stellar disks
  • Unified first order hyperbolic formulation of continuum mechanics: developments and prospects
  • Vlasov solvers