Monash Centre for Astrophysics (MoCA)
School of Physics and Astronomy,
tel: +61 3 9905 1760
daniel.price [ @ ] monash.edu
Feb 2017: Phantom SPH code now public!.
Nov. 2013: I am now a Future Fellow, having been awarded a 4-year research fellowship from the Australian Research Council in the 2013 round. Am delighted!
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"
Greetings. I am an Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow at the Monash Centre for Astrophysics (MoCA) in the School of Physics and Astronomy (formerly School of Mathematical Sciences) at Monash University 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 Editor of PASA, the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia and am actively involved with the Scientists in Schools program.
Price et al. 2017 Phantom: A smoothed particle hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodynamics code for astrophysics, submitted to PASA
Rebecca Nealon, Daniel Price and Chris Nixon; 2015, On the Bardeen-Petterson effect in black hole accretion discs, accepted to MNRAS 6th Jan 2015 (arXiv:1501.01687)
Bate, Matthew R.; Tricco, Terrence; Price, Daniel J.; 2014, Collapse of a molecular cloud core to stellar densities: stellar core and jet formation in radiation magnetohydrodynamics simulations, accepted to MNRAS 30th Sep. 2013
|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).
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.