from the instrument to the data analysis.
Faustine Cantalloube (MPIA) on High-contrast imaging of exoplanets and circumstellar disks
The Imprint of Cosmic Web Quenching on Galaxy Evolution
Nico Winkel
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MPIA travel analysis 2018-2020
Sustainability group
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MPIA business trip analysis 2018-2020
Jan Rybizki
Fri, 12 Mar 2021, 10:00

Ready for the next gravitational million-body simulations: Evolution of single and binary stars in NBODY6++GPU and MOCCA

Albrecht Kamlah , ARI
Direct N-body simulations are the only simulation method capable of properly resolving dense star clusters from the scales between close interacting stars in a binary all the way up to their interaction with distant halo stars. Nevertheless, they are frequently complemented with approximate Monte-Carlo methods, because these are much quicker computationally. Recently, there have been a number of code advances concerning the stellar evolution. This is crucial, as the evolution of individual stars has a huge effect on the overall dynamical evolution of a star cluster and thus amongst others the formation of gravitational wave emitting sources that may be detectable with LIGO and VIRGO. In this talk, I will highlight the state of stellar evolution routines in the direct N-body code NBODY6++GPU and the Henon-type Monte-Carlo code MOCCA by comparing the results of small star cluster simulations performed with both. The results of these are important groundwork to ensure that the upcoming million-body simulations of globular and nuclear star clusters are astrophysically up-to-date.
ARI Institute Colloquium
11 Feb 2021, 11:15
ARI, Moenchhofstrasse 12-14, Seminarraum 1, 1.OG

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