Computational Astrophysics Club

When: Tuesdays

Time: 2pm-3pm

Where: Grand Central in person only

Organizers: Romain Teyssier ( and TBD

The Computational Astrophysics Club is a seminar covering all technical aspects of computer simulations applied to astrophysical sciences. Examples of topics are MHD solvers, PIC solvers, radiation solvers, GPU computing, MPI and OpenMP, etc. We are following novel technical developments through informal presentations and discussions, journal clubs, numerical challenges and blackboard talks. Members of the departments (students, postdocs and faculty) as well as visitors can all participate.