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Jeffrey Fung, Pawel Artymowicz, Yanqin Wu (Toronto)
Understanding the 3D flow topology around a planet embedded in its natal disk is crucial to the study of planet formation. 3D modifications to the well-studied 2D flow topology have the potential to resolve longstanding problems in both planet migration and accretion. We present a detailed analysis of the 3D isothermal flow field around a […]
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Hannu Parviainen
We present a fast and user friendly exoplanet transit light curve modelling package PyTransit, implementing optimised versions of the Gimen’ez and the Mandel & Agol transit models. The package offers an object-oriented Python interface to access the two models implemented natively in Fortran with OpenMP parallelisation. A partial OpenCL version of the quadratic Mandel-Agol model […]
Simon L. Grimm, Kevin Heng
We present an ultrafast opacity calculator for application to exoplanetary atmospheres, which we name HELIOS-K. It takes a line list as an input, computes the shape of each spectral line (e.g., a Voigt profile) and provides an option for grouping an enormous number of lines into a manageable number of bins. We implement a combination […]
Simon L. Grimm, Joachim G. Stadel
We describe a GPU implementation of a hybrid symplectic N-body integrator, GENGA (Gravitational ENcounters with Gpu Acceleration), designed to integrate planet and planetesimal dynamics in the late stage of planet formation and stability analysis of planetary systems. GENGA is based on the integration scheme of the Mercury code (Chambers 1999), which handles close encounters with […]
Chengxing Zhai, Michael Shao, Bijan Nemati, Thomas Werne, Hanying Zhou, Slava G. Turyshev, Jagmit Sandhu, Gregg W. Hallinan, Leon K. Harding
We report a detection of a faint near-Earth asteroid (NEA), which was done using our synthetic tracking technique and the CHIMERA instrument on the Palomar 200-inch telescope. This asteroid, with apparent magnitude of 23, was moving at 5.97 degrees per day and was detected at a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 15 using 30 sec of […]
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Jeffrey Fung, Pawel Artymowicz
An instability can potentially operate in highly irradiated disks where the disk sharply transitions from being radially transparent to opaque (the ‘transition region’). Such conditions may exist at the inner edges of transitional disks around T Tauri stars and accretion disks around AGNs. We derive the criterion for this instability, which we term the ‘irradiation […]
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Schmidt Frederic, Legendre Maxime, Le Mouelic Stephane
Minerals detection over large volume of spectra is the challenge addressed by current hyperspectral imaging spectrometer in Planetary Science. Instruments such OMEGA (Mars Express), CRISM (Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter), M^{3} (Chandrayaan-1), VIRTIS (Rosetta) and many more, have been producing very large datasets since one decade. We propose here a fast supervised detection algorithm called LinMin, in […]
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S.Elser, S.L.Grimm, J.G.Stadel
We report on the stability of hypothetical Super-Earths in the habitable zone of known multi-planetary systems. Most of them have not yet been studied in detail concerning the existence of additional low-mass planets. The new N-body code GENGA developed at the UZH allows us to perform numerous N-body simulations in parallel on GPUs. With this […]
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Alexander Seizinger, Wilhelm Kley
CONTEXT: Bouncing collisions of dust aggregates within the protoplanetary may have a significant impact on the growth process of planetesimals. Yet, the conditions that result in bouncing are not very well understood. Existing simulations studying the bouncing behavior used aggregates with an artificial, very regular internal structure. Aims: Here, we study the bouncing behavior of […]
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Saleh Dindar, Eric B. Ford, Mario Juric, Young In Yeo, Jianwei Gao, Aaron C. Boley, Benjamin Nelson, Jorg Peters
We present Swarm-NG, a C++ library for the efficient direct integration of many n-body systems using highly-parallel Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), such as NVIDIA’s Tesla T10 and M2070 GPUs. While previous studies have demonstrated the benefit of GPUs for n-body simulations with thousands to millions of bodies, Swarm-NG focuses on many few-body systems, e.g., thousands […]
P. H. Hauschildt, E. Baron
AIMS: We discuss an implementation of our 3D radiative transfer (3DRT) framework with the OpenCL paradigm for general GPU computing. METHODS: We implemented the kernel for solving the 3DRT problem in Cartesian coordinates with periodic boundary conditions in the horizontal (x,y) plane, including the construction of the nearest neighbor ^* and the operator splitting step. […]
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Peter H. Hauschildt, E. Baron
We discuss an implementation of our 3D radiative transfer (3DRT) framework with the OpenCL paradigm for general GPU computing. We implement the kernel for solving the 3DRT problem in Cartesian coordinates with periodic boundary conditions in the horizontal $(x,y)$ plane, including the construction of the nearest neighbor $Lstar$ and the operator splitting step. We present […]
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