Refereed papers

2020

Neutrino oscillations in supernovae: angular moments and fast instabilities
Johns, Lucas, Nagakura, Hiroki, Fuller, George M., & Burrows, Adam 2020, Phys. Rev. D, p. in press

2019

Three-dimensional supernova explosion simulations of 9-, 10-, 11-, 12-, and 13-Msun stars
Burrows, A., Radice, D., & Vartanyan, D. 2019, MNRAS, 485, p. 3153–3168
FORNAX: A Flexible Code for Multiphysics Astrophysical Simulations
Skinner, M. A., Dolence, J. C., Burrows, A., Radice, D., & Vartanyan, D. 2019, ApJS, 241, p. 7
A successful 3D core-collapse supernova explosion model
Vartanyan, D., Burrows, A., Radice, D., Skinner, M. A., & Dolence, J. 2019, MNRAS, 482, p. 351–369
Hot and Dense Homogeneous Nucleonic Matter Constrained by Observations, Experiment, and Theory
Du, X., Steiner, A. W., & Holt, J. W. 2019, Phys. Rev. C, 99, p. 025803
Comparing Treatments of Weak Reactions with Nuclei in Simulations of Core-collapse Supernovae
Nagakura, H., Furusawa, S., Togashi, H., Richers, S., Sumiyoshi, K., & Yamada, S. 2019, ApJS, 240, p. 38
From the microscopic to the macroscopic world: from nucleons to neutron stars
Gandolfi, S., Lippuner, J., Steiner, A. W., Tews, I, Du, X., & Al-Mamun, M. 2019, J. Phys. G, 46, 10, p. 103001
Temporal and angular variations of 3D core-collapse supernova emissions and their physical correlations
Vartanyan, David, Burrows, Adam, & Radice, David 2019, MNRAS, 489, 2, p. 2227–2246
The Overarching Framework of Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions as Revealed by 3D F ORNAX Simulations
Burrows, Adam, Radice, David, Vartanyan, David, Nagakura, Hiroki, Skinner, M. Aaron, & Dolence, Joshua C. 2019, MNRAS, p. 2860
Hyperons and quarks in proto-neutron stars
Roark, J., Du, X., Constantinou, C., Dexheimer, V., Steiner, A. W., & Stone, J. R. 2019, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 486, p. 5441
Positrons and 511 keV Radiation as Tracers of Recent Binary Neutron Star Mergers
Fuller, George M., Kusenko, Alexander, Radice, David, & Takhistov, Volodymyr 2019, Phys. Rev. Lett., 122, 12, p. 121101
Full transport model of GW170817-like disk produces a blue kilonova
Miller, Jonah M., Ryan, Benjamin R., Dolence, Joshua C., Burrows, Adam, Fontes, Christopher J., Fryer, Christopher L., Korobkin, Oleg, Lippuner, Jonas, Mumpower, Matthew R., & Wollaeger, Ryan T. 2019, \prd, 100, 2, p. 023008
Towards an understanding of the resolution dependence of Core-Collapse Supernova simulations
Nagakura, Hiroki, Burrows, Adam, Radice, David, & Vartanyan, David 2019, MNRAS, 490, 4, p. 4622–4637
Dynamics of Laterally Propagating Flames in X-ray Bursts.
Eiden, K., Zingale, M., Harpole, A., Willcox, D., Cavecchi, Y., & Katz, M. 2019, submitted to the Astrophysical Journal
pyro: a framework for hydrodynamics explorations and prototyping
Harpole, A., Zingale, M., Hawke, I., & Chegini, T. 2019, Journal of Open Source Software, 4, 34, p. 1265
MAESTROeX: A Massively Parallel Low Mach Number Astrophysical Solver
Fan, Duoming, Nonaka, Andrew, Almgren, Ann S, Harpole, Alice, & Zingale, Michael 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, 887, 2, p. 212
MAESTROeX: A Massively Parallel Low Mach Number Astrophysical Solver
Fan, D., Nonaka, A., Almgren, A., Willcox, D., Harpole, A., & Zingale, M. 2019, Journal of Open Source Software, 4, 43, p. 1757
AMReX: a framework for block-structured adaptive mesh refinement
Zhang, W., Almgren, A., Beckner, V., Bell, J., Blaschke, J., Chan, C., Day, M., Friesen, B., Gott, K., Graves, D., Katz, M. P., Myers, A., Nguyen, T., Nonaka, A., Rosso, M., Williams, S., & Zingale, M 2019, Journal of Open Source Software, 4, 37, p. 1370
Actinide-rich and Actinide-poor r-Process Enhanced Metal-Poor Stars do not Require Separate r-Process Progenitors
Holmbeck, Erika M., Frebel, Anna, McLaughlin, G. C., Mumpower, Matthew R., Sprouse, Trevor M., & Surman, Rebecca 2019, Astrophys. J, 881, p. 5
Actinide Production in the Neutron-rich Ejecta of a Neutron Star Merger
Holmbeck, Erika M., Surman, Rebecca, Sprouse, Trevor M., Mumpower, Matthew R., Vassh, Nicole, Beers, Timothy C., & Kawano, Toshihiko 2019, Astrophys. J., 870, p. 23

2018

Neutrino signals of core-collapse supernovae in underground detectors
Seadrow, S., Burrows, A., Vartanyan, D., Radice, D., & Skinner, M. A. 2018, MNRAS, 480, p. 4710–4731
Global Comparison of Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations in Spherical Symmetry
O'Connor, E., Bollig, R., Burrows, A., Couch, S., Fischer, T., Janka, H.-T., Kotake, K., Lentz, E. J., Liebendörfer, M., Messer, O. E. B., Mezzacappa, A., Takiwaki, T., & Vartanyan, D. 2018, Accepted to J. Phys. G
The Gravitational Wave Signal from Core-collapse Supernovae
Morozova, V., Radice, D., Burrows, A., & Vartanyan, D. 2018, ApJ, 861, p. 10
Revival of the fittest: exploding core-collapse supernovae from 12 to 25 Msun
Vartanyan, D., Burrows, A., Radice, D., Skinner, M. A., & Dolence, J. 2018, MNRAS, 477, p. 3091–3108
Crucial Physical Dependencies of the Core-Collapse Supernova Mechanism
Burrows, A., Vartanyan, D., Dolence, J. C., Skinner, M. A., & Radice, D. 2018, Space Science Reviews, 214, p. #33
Meeting the challenges of modeling astrophysical thermonuclear explosions: Castro, maestro, and the AMReX astrophysics suite
Zingale, M, Almgren, AS, Sazo, MG Barrios, Beckner, VE, Bell, JB, Friesen, B, Jacobs, AM, Katz, MP, Malone, CM, Nonaka, AJ, & others, 2018, in Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1031, 1, p. 012024
GW170817: Joint Constraint on the Neutron Star Equation of State from Multimessenger Observations
Radice, David, Perego, Albino, Zappa, Francesco, & Bernuzzi, Sebastiano 2018, Astrophys. J., 852, 2, p. L29
Californium-254 and kilonova light curves
Zhu, Y., Wollaeger, R. T., Vassh, N., Surman, R., Sprouse, T. M., Mumpower, M. R., Möller, P., McLaughlin, G. C., Korobkin, O., Kawano, T., Jaffke, P. J., Holmbeck, E. M., Fryer, C. L., Even, W. P., Couture, A. J., & Barnes, J. 2018, Astrophys. J., 863, 2, p. L23

2017

Electron-Capture and Low-Mass Iron-Core-Collapse Supernovae: New Neutrino-Radiation-Hydrodynamics Simulations
Radice, David, Burrows, Adam, Vartanyan, David, Skinner, M. Aaron, & Dolence, Joshua C. 2017, Astrophys. J., 850, 1, p. 43
Turbulence in Core-Collapse Supernovae
Radice, David, Abdikamalov, Ernazar, Ott, Christian D., Mösta, Philipp, Couch, Sean M., & Roberts, Luke F. 2017
General-Relativistic Large-Eddy Simulations of Binary Neutron Star Mergers
Radice, David 2017, Astrophys. J., 838, 1, p. L2

Other papers

2020

On the character of turbulence in self-consistent models of core-collapse supernovae
Casanova, Jordi, Endeve, Eirik, Lentz, Eric J., Messer, O. E. Bronson, Hix, W. Raphael, Harris, J. Austin, & Bruenn, Stephen W. 2020, Physica Scripta Volume T, submitted

2019

Modelling low Mach number stellar hydrodynamics with MAESTROeX
Harpole, A., Fan, D., Katz, M. P., Nonaka, A. J., Willcox, D. E., & Zingale, M. 2019, arXiv e-prints, p. arXiv:1910.12979, submittied to Proceedings of AstroNum 2019
Pions in hot dense matter and their astrophysical implications
Fore, Bryce, & Reddy, Sanjay 2019, arXiv.org/1911.02632
Co-production of light and heavy r-process elements via fission deposition
Vassh, Nicole, Mumpower, Matthew R., McLaughlin, Gail C., Sprouse, Trevor M., & Surman, Rebecca 2019, arxiv.org/1911.07766
Sandblasting the r-Process: Spallation of Ejecta from Neutron Star Mergers
Wang, Xilu, Fields, Brian D., Mumpower, Matthew, Sprouse, Trevor, Surman, Rebecca, & Vassh, Nicole 2019, arxiv.org/1909.12889
Propagation of Statistical Uncertainties of Skyrme Mass Models to Simulations of r-Process Nucleosynthesis
Sprouse, T. M., Navarro Perez, R., Surman, R., Mumpower, M. R., McLaughlin, G. C., & Schunck, N. 2019, arxiv.org/1901.10337
Simulation Planning Using Component Based Cost Model
Dubey, Anshu, Chawdhary, Saurabh, Harris, J.Austin, & Messer, Bronson 2019, in The 20th IEEE International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing (PDSEC 2019)

Presentations

2019

Modelling rotating massive stars with MAESTROeX
Harpole, A., Zingale, M., Fan, D., & Nonaka, A. J. 2019, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #233, p. #245.28
The MAESTROeX low Mach number stellar hydrodynamics code
Fan, D., Nonaka, A. J., Zingale, M., & Harpole, A. 2019, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #233, p. #245.27
Lessons on Nucleosynthesis from Multi-dimensional Supernova models
Hix, W. R. September 2019, 7th P-process Workshop, Serralunga d'Alba, Italy
MAESTROeX: applications and future developments
Zingale, M. Sept 2019, Compressible Convection Conference 2019, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK
The Effects of Progenitor Mass and Metallicity in CCSNe Simulations
Huk, Leah October 2019, University of Tennessee, High Energy Physics/Astrophysics Seminar, Knoxville, TN
Modeling Core-Collapse Supernovae & their Nucleosynthesis with CHIMERA
Hix, W. Raphael May 2019, Worshop on Explosive Nucleosynthesis in the Supernova and Merging- Neutron-Star Contexts, Princeton, NJ
Lessons on Nucleosynthesis from Multi-dimensional Supernova models
Hix, W. R. March 2019, 19th Workshop on Nuclear Astrophysics, Tegernsee, Germany
3D Fornax Simulations of Core-collapse Supernova Explosions
Burrows, A. June 2019, Contributed Talk at the Blue Waters Sunriver Symposium, Sunriver, OR
Towards Exascale Astrophysics for Mergers and Supernovae
Hix, W. R. July 2019, 2019 SciDAC Principle Investigators Meeting, Rockville, MD
FLASH Software Design for Longevity
Dubey, A., Weide, K., O'Neal, J., & Chawdhary, S July 2019, MS:BASIC LIBRARIES FOR ADVANCED SIMULATIONS: BLAS REDUX EXTREME SCALE COMPUTATIONS, PASC-2019, Basel, Switzerland
Supernova Explosion Theory
Burrows, A. July 2019, Invited Talk at the PINS 2019 Workshop at SLAC, Palo Alto, CA
The Effects of Progenitor Mass and Metallicity in CCSNe Simulations
Huk, Leah February 2019, University of Denver, Physics and Astronomy Department Colloquium, Knoxville, TN
Modeling Convective Phase of Type Ia Supernovae
Fan, D. Dec 2019, Institute for Advanced Computational Science, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
3D Core-collapse Supernova Explosion Models
Burrows, A. August 2019, Invited talk at the conference entitled "Physics & Astrophysics in the Era of Gravitational Wave Detection, a conference in the series "Current Themes in High Energy Physics and Cosmology" held at the Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA), Copenhagen, Denmark
Three-Dimensional Supernova Explosion Simulations
Burrows, A. April 2019, Colloquium, Astronomy and Astrophysics Department, CalTech, Pasadena, CA
Using Neutron Star Observations to Determine the Composition of Dense Matter
Steiner, Andrew W. 2019
Multi-messenger Neutron Star Astrophysics and Determining the Composition of the Neutron Star Core
Steiner, Andrew W. 2019
The AMReX block structured adaptive mesh refinement library: Astrophysical Applications
Nonaka, A 2019, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #233, p. 245.26
Modelling low Mach Humber stellar hydrodynamics with MAESTROeX
Harpole, A. 2019, AstroNum 2019, Paris, France
Astrophysical reactive flow simulation: Multiphysics, instabilities, and accelerated kinetics
Messer, B. 2019, AstroNum 2019, Paris, France
Modelling low Mach Humber stellar hydrodynamics with MAESTROeX
Harpole, A. 2019, Stellar Hydro Days V, Exeter, UK

2018

Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions and Their Gravitational Wave Signatures
Burrows, A. May 2018, 10th Sackler Conference in Theoretical Astrophysics, entitled "Gravitational Wave Astrophysics", Harvard, Boston, MA
Toward Exascale Astrophysics of Mergers and Supernovae
Hix, W. R. May 2018, 2018 NUCLEI Collaboration Meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee
Maestro and Castro: Simulation Codes for Astrophysical Rescting Flows
Zingale, Michael May 2018, Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility Users Meeting 2018, Oak Ridge, TN
Discovery of Gravitational Waves and Light from Merging Neutron Stars: Implications and Open Questions
Radice, D. May 2018, 3rd Workshop on Relativistic Plasma Astrophysic, Purdue, West Lafayette, IN
Constraints on neutron star radii and tidal deformabilities from qLMXBs and LIGO
Steiner, Andrew W. Mar 2018, Institute for Nuclear Theory: INT-JINA Symposium: First multi-messenger observations of a neutron star merger and its implications for nuclear physics, Seattle, Washington
Why neutrino emission is critical for astronomical constraints on dense matter
Steiner, Andrew W. Mar 2018, Institute for Nuclear Theory: Nuclear ab initio Theories and Neutrino Physics, Seattle, Washington
Simulations of Neutron Star Mergers: Status and Prospects
Radice, D. Mar 2018, INT Program INT-18-72R: "First Multi-Messenger Observation of a Neutron Star Merger and its Implications for Nuclear Physics", Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, WA
Microphysics Effects in Core-Collapse Supernovae and Neutron Star Mergers
Radice, D. Mar 2018, Workshop on "Physics of Core-Collapse Supernovae and Compact Star Formations", Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Simulations of Neutron Star Mergers and Core-Collapse Supernovae
Radice, D. Mar 2018, Pennsylvania State University, Astronomy Colloquium, Penn State, State College, PA
Learning about Nucleosynthesis from Multi-dimensional simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae
Hix, William Raphael June 2018, Nuclei in the Cosmos XV, L'Aquila, Italy
Neutron Star Merger Simulations
Radice, D. Jun 2018, Workshop: "Compact Stars in the QCD Phase Diagram VII", CUNY, New York, NY
Toward Exascale Astrophysics of Mergers and Supernovae
Hix, W. R. July 2018, 2018 SciDAC Principle Investigators Meeting, Rockville, MD
Toward Exascale Astrophysics of Mergers and Supernovae
Hix, W. R. July 2018, Topical Program: FRIB and the GW170817 kilonova, East Lansing, MI
Neutron Star Merger Simulations
Radice, D. Jul 2018, FRIB theory alliance program: "FRIB and the GW170817 kilonova topical program", NCSL, MSU, East Lansing, NY
Lessons on Supernova Nucleosynthesis from Multi-Dimensional models
Hix, William Raphael January 2018, Supernovae - From Simulations to Observations and Nucleosynthetic Fingerprints; WE-Heraeus Seminar 660, Bad Honnef, Germany
The Interplay of Opacities and Rotation in Promoting the Explosion of Core-Collapse Supernovae
Vartanyan, D. Jan 2018, American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #231, Washington, DC
Opacities and Rotation in the Revival of the Fittest
Vartanyan, D. Jan 2018, Wilhelm und Else Heraeus-Seminar: Supernovae - From Simulations to Observations and Nucleosynthetic Fingerprints, Physikzentrum, Bad Honnef, Germany
Multimessenger Astrophysics with Numerical Relativity
Radice, D. Jan 2018, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar Series, CITA, Toronto, Canada
Multimessenger Astrophysics with Numerical Relativity
Radice, D. Jan 2018, North Carolina State University, Physics Colloquium, NCSU, Raleigh, NC
Multimessenger Astrophysics with Numerical Relativity
Radice, D. Feb 2018, University of Minnesota, Nuclear Theory Seminar, UMN, Minneapolis, MN
Multimessenger Astrophysics with Numerical Relativity
Radice, D. Feb 2018, Pennsylvania State University, Physics Colloquium, Penn State, State College, PA
Multimessenger Astrophysics with Numerical Relativity
Radice, D. Feb 2018, Syracuse University, Physics Colloquium, Syracuse, NY
Radioactive Nuclei Production in Core-Collapse Supernovae
Hix, W. R. August 2018, Radionuclide Astronomy in the 2020's and Beyond (RA2020) Workshop, Los Alamos, NM
GW170817: Joint Constraint on the Neutron Star Equation of State from Gravitational Waves and Electromagnetic Observations
Radice, D. Apr 2018, APS April Meeting, Columbus, OH
Turbulent Angular Momentum Transport in Neutron Star Mergers
Radice, D. Apr 2018, Max Planck Princeton Center (MPPC) for Plasma Physics Annual Workshop, Princeton, NJ
Nuclear Astrophysics in the Next LIGO Observing Run
Radice, D. Apr 2018, Workshop: "Gravitational Wave Astrophysics in the Next LIGO Observing Run", Princeton, NJ

2017

Multi-Dimensional nucleosynthesis in Core-Collapse Supernovae
Hix, W. R. September 2017, Workshop on Stellar Evolution, Supernova and Nucleosynthesis Across Cosmic Time, Tokyo, Japan
Exploring Supernova Nucleosynthesis with Supercomputers
Hix, W. R. October 2017, Center for Simulational Physics, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Supernova Models: Neutrino Signals and Gravitational Waves
Messer, Bronson Oct 2017, Workshop: Supernova Neutrino Observations: What can we learn? What should we do?, Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics