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Jamie Lombardi (Vassar College) 2004 Undergraduate Summer Research Institute projects: Rich Bi ’06: Smoothed Particle Magnetohydrodynamics Developed a working 1D code (with 3D fields) Fully 3D code is under development

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Jamie Lombardi (Vassar College)

2004 Undergraduate Summer Research Institute projects:

Rich Bi ’06: Smoothed Particle Magnetohydrodynamics

Developed a working 1D code (with 3D fields)

Fully 3D code is under development

Plan to study distribution and effects of magnetic fields in stellar collisions

Matt Rosenfeld ’07: TYCHO Stellar Evolution

Developed good models for population II stars, to be used to initiate SPH collision simulations with and without magnetic fields

Enhanced a web interface to TYCHO, so anyone can generate stellar models simply

Zach Proulx ’07: Collisions with Red Giants

Enhanced SPH code to allow for point mass red giant core

Performed set of red giant + main sequence collisions, varying the relative velocity and impact parameter

Both the red giant envelope and main sequence star are modeled with an SPH fluid

Our collision products can be stellar evolved and compared to observed stellar exotica

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