Characterizing the Gravitational Wave Signal from Core-collapse SupernovaeJournal Article
amount of turbulent energy accreted by the PNS.
FORNAX: A Flexible Code for Multiphysics Astrophysical SimulationsJournal Article
excellent strong scaling well above 100,000 MPI tasks.
Global comparison of core-collapse supernova simulations in spherical symmetryJournal Article
supernova explosion mechanism, such as turbulence and convection.
The Gravitational Wave Signal from Core-collapse SupernovaeJournal Article
used as a prior when looking for CCSN candidates in the LIGO data.
The Gravitational Wave Signal from Core-Collapse SupernovaeConference Paper
neutrino opacity, and rotation.
Neutrino signals of core-collapse supernovae in underground detectorsJournal Article
internal dynamics of supernovae.
The overarching framework of core-collapse supernova explosions as revealed by 3D FORNAX simulationsThe overarching framework of core-collapse supernova explosions as revealed by 3D FORNAX simulationsJournal Article
otherwise see little evidence of the SASI in the exploding models.
The Rotating Black Hole Interior: Insights from Gravitational Collapse in $AdS_3$Miscellaneous
Scalarized black hole dynamics in Einstein-dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet gravityJournal Article
Cauchy problem is ill-posed in this regime.
A successful 3D core-collapse supernova explosion modelJournal Article
plumes and large-scale structures, but are nevertheless quite patchy.
A systematic study of proto-neutron star convection in three-dimensional core-collapse supernova simulationsA systematic study of proto-neutron star convection in three-dimensional core-collapse supernova simulationsJournal Article
convection to generate pulsar magnetic fields.
Three-dimensional supernova explosion simulations of 9-, 10-, 11-, 12-, and 13-M<SUB>☉</SUB> starsJournal Article
mass progenitors, supernova theory is converging on a credible solution.
Towards an understanding of the resolution dependence of Core-Collapse Supernova simulationsJournal Article
the core of the resolution dependence we observe.