I will be lecturing on SPH at the IMPRS summer school on computational astrophysics in Heidelberg, Germany, Sep 10-14th, 2012.
20th March 2012: New Scientist Article on our recent paper - "Hungry black holes eat two courses at once"
Feb 2012: I will be lecturing on SPH at the ANITA/ASA numerical astrophysics summer school in Melbourne
Greetings. I am a Monash Research Fellow at the Monash Centre for Astrophysics (MoCA) in Melbourne, Australia. Prior to this I was a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Astrophysics group of the School of Physics at the University of Exeter (before which I also held a
I am currently a member of the Editorial Board for PASA, the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia.
|Nixon, Chris J., King, Andrew R., Price, Daniel J., Frank, Juhan; 2012, Tearing up the disc: How black holes accrete, accepted to ApJL 17th August 2012 (arXiv:1209.1393).|
Tricco, Terrence S., Price, Daniel J.,; 2012, Constrained hyperbolic divergence cleaning for Smoothed Particle Magnetohydrodynamics, J. Comp. Phys. 231, 7214-7236 (arXiv:1206.6159).
|Nixon, Chris; King, Andrew R.; Price, Daniel J.; 2012, Rapid AGN accretion from counter-rotating discs, accepted to MNRAS (arXiv:1203.0008).|
Recent paper: Laibe, Guillaume; Price, Daniel J.; 2012, Dusty gas in SPH: II - Implicit timestepping and astrophysical drag regimes, accepted to MNRAS (arXiv:1111.3089).
|Price, D.J., 2012, Resolving high Reynolds numbers in SPH simulations of subsonic turbulence, accepted to MNRAS Letters 4th Nov 2011. (also at arXiv:1111.1255). This is mainly a direct response to Bauer and Springel's flamebait: arXiv:1109.4413v1.|
Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Magnetohydrodynamics is a pedagogical review and introduction to Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Magnetohydrodynamics I have written for J. Comp. Phys (also at arXiv:1012.1885). It is based on some lectures I gave at the ASTROSIM summer school in Torun, Poland, and coincides with the release of the NDSPMHD code.
"Inefficient star formation: The combined effect of magnetic fields and radiative feedback", published in MNRAS. See the movies.