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The Theoretical Institute for Advanced Research in Astrophysics (TIARA)

Lightning black holes in dense molecular clouds
Theoretical modeling of large-scale galaxy distribution for a test of cosmic acceleration
Dark matter distribution from the analysis of density and velocity fields
Dark matter distribution from the analysis of density and velocity fields
Simulation of dust and molecules in a disk galaxy
Simulation of dust and molecules in a disk galaxy
Simulation of dust and molecules in a disk galaxy
Dust enrichment in a cosmic volume
Hydrodynamical evolution of supernovae and its effect on galaxy evolution
Formation of chondrite meteorite parent body
Dynamics of Protoplanetary Disk
Shifting the Jet Stagnation Surface with the Black Hole Spin in GRMHD Simulations
Self-consistent GRMHD Simulations with Steady Axisymmetric Force-free Jet
Formation and Evolution of Protoplanetary and Circumplanetary Disks with Antares Three-Dimensional Global Hydrodynamic Simulations
Formation and Evolution of Protoplanetary and Circumplanetary Disks with Antares Three-Dimensional Global Hydrodynamic Simulations
Formation and Evolution of Protoplanetary and Circumplanetary Disks with Antares Three-Dimensional Global Hydrodynamic Simulations
An early disk in formation from collapsing magnetic flows
An early disk in formation from collapsing magnetic flows
An early disk in formation from collapsing magnetic flows
A Two-temperature Model of Magnetized Protostellar Outflows

TIARA (the Theoretical Institute for Advanced Research in Astrophysics) is our Theory Group in ASIAA. TIARA was originally established as a cooperative effort between Academia Sinica and the National Science Council (current Ministry of Science and Technology). Its mission is to provide an integrated, world-class program of research and education in theoretical astrophysics. Forefront research is performed on the formation and evolution of various structures in the universe. Since the structure formation is complex and nonlinear in itself, our central efforts are devoted to computational simulations and code development. Analytic studies also comprise an important part of our scientific activities in providing a firm physical basis. We further aim at not only taking advantage of the growing body of observational data, but also providing a theoretical basis on which observers are guided for observational strategies and for interpretation of newly taken data.

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