I’m writing to let you know about some of the recent articles we’ve published in Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology (CompAC).
With this open-access journal we hope to make the connection between the computational science and the astrophysics communities. In that respect I hope that you will enjoy reading these pioneering papers as much as I have enjoyed them. The following list of publications reflects only a small part of the range in scientific topics we seek for in this journal.
– “Riemann solvers and Alfven waves in black hole magnetospheres” by B Punsly, D Balsara, J Kim and S Garain
– “In situ and in-transit analysis of cosmological simulations” by B Friesen, A Almgren, Z Lukic, G Weber, D Morozov, V Beckner and M Day
– “Achieving convergence in galaxy formation models by augmenting N-body merger trees” by A J Benson, C Cannella and S Cole
– “Simulations of stripped core-collapse supernovae in close binaries” by A Rimoldi, S Portegies Zwart and E M Rossi
If you are interested in submitting your own work to CompAC, you’ll find all the submission guidelines at the journal’s home page: http://comp-astrophys-cosmol.springeropen.com/
I look forward to reading your work.
Simon Portegies Zwart
Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology