Computational Structure and Galaxy Formation

We study the evolution of galaxies in the Universe with computer simulations. Our goal is to develop predictive large-scale galaxy formation models and simulations to understand how structures and galaxies form in the Universe. Explore our website to find out more!


February, 2017
Rahul Kannan wins Einstein and ITC Fellowships 2017.
December, 2016
Letter on thermal conduction making AGN feedback more efficient submitted.
June, 2016
First study of dust content of galaxies using hydro simulations with self-consistent dust model submitted.
April, 2016
Cristina Popa graduated.
February, 2016
Mark Vogelsberger wins Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship 2016.
February, 2016
Paul Torrey wins Hubble Fellowship 2016.
December, 2015
First two ETHOS (An Effective THeory Of Structure Formation) papers submitted ( paper 1 and paper 2).
September, 2015
Illustris galaxies can now be visually classified as part of the Galaxy Zoo Project.
September, 2015
Astrobites discusses our recent paper: A Magnetized Universe - How galaxies are influenced by magnetic fields.
April, 2015
Illustris public data release available.
December, 2014
The Illustris simulation was chosen as one of the top stories in all of physical science in 2014 by Physics
August, 2014
Our paper 'Scattering, damping, and acoustic oscillations: Simulating the structure of dark matter halos with relativistic force carriers' is featured on Physical Review D's Kaleidoscope.

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