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Making Sense of the Universe with Supercomputers

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  • UserTom Abel, Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology, Stanford
  • ClockTuesday 25 April 2017, 14:30-13:30
  • HouseMartin Ryle Room.

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In computational cosmology we face complex multi-scale and multi-physics problems. Algorithmic advances have enabled ever more realistic numerical models of a wide range of astrophysical objects. We describe and show results from adaptive mesh refinement simulations capturing 15 orders of magnitude in length scale, adaptive ray tracing for radiation hydro-dynamics, and a new noise-free approach to solve the collision-less Boltzmann equation.

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