• Black Hole Accetion

    Neutron Star Merger

    SPH simulation of a binary neutron star merger.

    Co-Design Summer School 2016 - Nicola de Brye, Daniel George, Glenn Hordemann, Hyun Lim, Julien Loiseau, Jonah Miller, Jonathan Sharman

STUDENTS

2019

TIMOTHY ARAUJO

NEW MEXICO TECH
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Nucelosynthesis, neutron stars, and supernovae

EZRA BROOKER

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Core-collapse supernovae, young supernova remnants, dust formation in SN ejecta

NAIA BUTLER-CRAIG

GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Plasma physics, electric propulsion, gamma-ray bursts, astrophysical outflows, particle-in-cell simulations

ELIZABETH CARLSON

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
GRADUATE STUDENT, CODESIGN SUMMER SCHOOL

Mathematical fluid dynamics, atmospheric and ocean flow, data assimilation and parameter recovery

AUSTIN DAVIS

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
POST-MASTERS STUDENT, NEUTRON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, P-23

Experimental turbulence, computational hydrodynamics, data analysis techniques, convection, and stellar evolution

EBRAHEEM FARAG

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Solar calibration, stellar interior structure & evolution, stellar mass loss, helioseismology

CARL FIELDS

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Core-collapse supernovae, nuclear astrophysics, gravitational waves, and stellar hydrodynamics

STEVE FROMM

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE, CCS-7

Compact object mergers, r-process nucleosynthesis, neutrino radiative transport, numerical relativity, numerical methods

VASU JAGANATH

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
GRADUATE STUDENT, CODESIGN SUMMER SCHOOL

Stochastic Modeling, Tubulent Combustion, HPC

ALEX KALTENBORN

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Compact binary mergers

HYUN LIM

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Numerical relativity, binary compact object mergers, numerical methods and algorithms, and HPC

RATHISH PREVIN

NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, CODESIGN SUMMER SCHOOL

Stellar astrophysics

SARAH STANGL

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Core-collapse supernova explosions, supernova dust formation, very massive Stars

MORGAN TAYLOR

SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Galaxy evolution, supernovae, and transient light curves

2018

TIMOTHY ARAUJO

NEW MEXICO TECH
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Nucelosynthesis, neutron stars, and supernovae

WILLIAM BLACK

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Primdordial balck holes, progenitors of supermassive black holes, cosmology

TRAVIS COURT

ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
POSTBAC STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Binary mergers, common envelope evolution, supernova progenitors

AUSTIN DAVIS

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
POST-MASTERS STUDENT, NEUTRON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, P-23

Experimental turbulence, computational hydrodynamics, data analysis techniques, convection, and stellar evolution

EBRAHEEM FARAG

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Solar calibration, stellar interior structure & evolution, stellar mass loss, helioseismology

CARL FIELDS

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Core-collapse supernovae, nuclear astrophysics, gravitational waves, and stellar hydrodynamics

ALEXANDER GAGLIANO

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
GRADUATE STUDENT, THEORETICAL DESIGN, XTD

Astrochemistry, Large-scale structure, and machine learning algorithms

ALEX KALTENBORN

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Compact binary mergers

HYUN LIM

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Numerical relativity, binary compact object mergers, numerical methods and algorithms, and HPC

QUINTIN MABANTA

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Core-collapse supernovae, cosmology, non-linear systems, radiation transport

SARAH STANGL

University of Oklahoma
GRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS, XCP

Core-collapse supernovae, dust formation and destruction

MORGAN TAYLOR

SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Galaxy evolution, supernovae, and transient light curves

CHRIS TORRES

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO LOS ALAMOS
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & METHODS, CCS-2

Gamma-ray bursts and neutron star mergers

GREG VANCE

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDENT, CENTER FOR NONLINEAR STUDIES, T-CNLS

Supernova, hydrodynamics, and nucleosynthesis

CONTACT

For more information on any of our activities or to inquire about opportunities to work with our team, please use the contact information below or contact the appropriate team member directly.

  • Chris Fryer (Director)
  •  fryer@lanl.gov
  •  CTA_recruitment@lanl.gov
  •  +1 (505) 665-3394
  • PO Box 1663
  • MS D409
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Los Alamos, NM 87545