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Welcome to the Computational Galaxy Formation group at UConn, led by Prof. Daniel Anglés-Alcázar. We routinely develop large numerical simulations and analysis tools to understand the multi-scale physical processes that govern galaxy evolution, from the growth and impact of feedback from central supermassive black holes to the large scale structure of the Universe.
Our group plays a key role in several multi-institutional research projects, including the Feedback In Realistic Environments (FIRE) project, the SIMBA large-volume simulations, the Cosmology and Astrophysics with MachinE Learning Simulations (CAMELS), and the Interscale Galactic NucleI Simulations (IGNIS) project.
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