University of Washington: George Lake, Tom Quinn, Joachim Stadel McMaster University: James Wadsley Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center: Jeffrey P. Gardner University of Maryland: Derek C. Richardson.
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George Lake, Tom Quinn, Joachim Stadel
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center:
Jeffrey P. Gardner
University of Maryland:
Derek C. Richardson
Gasolineis a multi-platform, massively parallel N-body tree code used to simulate a variety of astrophysical processes
Formation of Disk (Spiral) Galaxies
Governato, Mayer, Wadsley, Gardner, et al., Astroph. J., 2003
Tidal Stirring of Dwarf Galaxies
Governato, Mayer, Wadsley, et al., Astroph. J., 2001
The Cosmic Microwave Background &
The Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect
Bond, Ruetalo, Wadsley, et al., Astro-ph/0112499, 2001
Gas Giant Planet Formation
Mayer, Quinn, Wadsley, & Stadel, Astroph. J., 2004
Intracluster Light Emmision
Willman, Governato, Wadsley, & Quinn, Mon. Notices Royal Ast. Soc., 2004
Galaxy Cluster X-Ray Emmisions
Borgani, Governato, Wadsley, et al., Mon. Notices Royal Ast. Soc., 2002
GASOLINE has been ported to nearly every parallel platform in existence during the last 10 years:
GASOLINE is able to adapt to new architectures by conducting all parallel operations though a Machine Dependent Library (MDL) that contains all machine-specific parallel functions.
The MDL is rewritten for each architecture, allowing GASOLINE to take advantage of the strength of each new generation of parallel machines!