James M. Stone
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Peyton Hall, Ivy Lane
Princeton, NJ 08544-1001
e-mail: jstone (at) astro.princeton.edu
|I am a Professor in the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University, with a joint appointment in the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM). I am also the Director of the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering. My research group studies gas dynamics in a wide variety of astrophysical systems: from protostars to clusters of galaxies, mostly using numerical methods. As part of this effort, we develop, test, and apply numerical algorithms for astrophysical gas dynamics on high-performance computers. Use the links below to find out more about my group and what we do.|
To find out more about members of the group and what they are working on,
follow the link (if available) to their personal home pages.
Former graduate students include:
Former postdoctoral fellows include:
For a more detailed description of my current research projects, use the links below.
If you REALLY want to find out more about my research, you can access
(almost) all of my publications on the NASA ADS.
CMHOG - a 3D PPM code for ideal hydrodynamics
ATHENA - a higher-order Godunov scheme for astrophysical MHDLink is now to Athena Trac site