Lewis, Benjamin

Postdoctoral Researcher
Office: 
CAR-A100
Publications: 

 "Smoothed particle magnetohydrodynamic simulations of protostellar outflows with misaligned magnetic field and rotation axes";  Lewis, Benjamin T.; Bate, Matthew R.; Price, Daniel J.; Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 451 (1) pp. 288-299 (Jul. 2015)
 ADS:2015MNRAS.451..288L · arXiv:1506.06595 · doi:10.1093/mnras/stv957


 "The dependence of protostar formation on the geometry and strength of the initial magnetic field"; Lewis, Benjamin T.; Bate, Matthew R.;
 Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 467 (3) pp. 3324–3337, (Jun. 2017)

 "Stable smoothed particle magnetohydrodynamics in very steep density gradients"; Lewis, Benjamin T.; Bate, Matthew R.; Monaghan,  Joseph J.;Price, Daniel J.; proceedings of the 10th international SPHERIC workshop, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, June 2015.
 ADS:2015arXiv150606595L · arXiv:1506.06595

 "Smoothed particle magnetohydrodynamics: A State of the Union"; Lewis, Benjamin T.; Bate, Matthew R.; Tricco, Terrence S.; proceedings  of the 11th international SPHERIC workshop, Technische Universität München, Germany, June 2016
 ADS:2016arXiv160606972L · arXiv:1606.06972

Background: 

Educational Background: 

2013-2017 Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University of Exeter
            Thesis: "Using Smoothed Particle Radiation Magnetohydrodynamics to Explore how Protostars are Formed"

 2009-2013 Master of Physics, University College, University of Durham
            Dissertation: "Using the optical variability of AGNi to weigh SMBHs" 

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