David
Brown
David
Babson
Meng Cao
Cody
Simmons
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PROJECTS
GRwiki
 A repository of basic
definitions and formulas for
gravitational physics. It is
meant to serve as a highlevel
tool for active GR researchers,
not a place to learn the theory.
Codes
 Freely available codes
VIPER
 "Visual Interactive Physics
Education Resource" is a tool
for simulating and modeling
mechanics problems.
RECENT
PUBLICATIONS ( complete
list)
Numerical
simulations with a first order
BSSN formulation of Einstein's
field equations.
J.David
Brown, Peter
Diener, Scott E.
Field, Jan S.
Hesthaven, Frank
Herrmann, Abdul H.
Mroue, Erik
Schnetter, Manuel
Tiglio, Michael
Wagman.
Published in Phys.Rev.D85
(2012) 084004 ePrint:
arXiv:1202.1038 [grqc]
Generalized
Harmonic Equations in 3+1 Form.
J.David
Brown (North Carolina
State U.).
Published in Phys.Rev.
D84 (2011) 124012 ePrint:
arXiv:1109.1707 [grqc]
OppenheimerSnyder
Collapse in MovingPuncture
Coordinates.
Alexa
N. Staley, Thomas W.
Baumgarte, J. David
Brown, Brian
Farris, Stuart L.
Shapiro.
Published in Class.Quant.Grav.
29 (2012) 015003 ePrint:
arXiv:1109.0546 [grqc]
Trumpet
slices of the
SchwarzschildTangherlini
spacetime.
Kenneth A.
Dennison,
John P. Wendell,
Thomas
W. Baumgarte (Bowdoin Coll.),
J.David
Brown (North Carolina
State U.). Oct 2010. 11
pp.
Published in Phys.Rev. D82
(2010) 124057 ePrint: arXiv:1010.5723
[grqc]
Action
Principle for the Generalized
Harmonic Formulation of General
Relativity.
J.David
Brown (North Carolina
State U.). Aug 2010. 8
pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.
D84 (2011) 084014 ePrint:
arXiv:1008.3177 [grqc]
Probing
the puncture for black hole
simulations.
J.David
Brown (North Carolina
State U.). Aug 2009. 26
pp.
Published in Phys.Rev. D80
(2009) 084042 ePrint: arXiv:0908.3814
[grqc]
Hidden
momentum, field momentum, and
electromagnetic impulse.
Babson, D., Reynolds, S.P.,
Bjorkquist R. & Griffiths,
D. J.
American Journal of Physics
September 2009  Volume 77,
Issue 9, pp. 826833
RECENT
TALKS
Eastern
Gravity Meeting, Princeton, June
2011
University
of Maryland, June 2009
NEWS
AND PRESS
Physics
department to host 13th
Eastern Gravity Meeting 
2010.05.24 The
Eastern Gravity Meeting, which
takes place annually in the
eastern part of North America,
will be hosted this year by
the NCSU Department of Physics
on May 2122. The meeting
typically attracts 50 or more
researchers in all aspects of
gravitational physics. This
years event is being organized
by David Brown.
Click
here for details of the
conference.
SCOPE  College
of Physical and
Mathematical Sciences, Spring 2010
APS News  March
2011


