UMBC High Performance Computing Facility
Please note that this page is under construction. We are documenting the
240-node cluster maya that will be available after Summer 2014.
Currently, the 84-node cluster tara still operates independently,
until it becomes part of maya at the end of Summer 2014.
Please see the 2013 Resources Pages under the Resources tab for tara information.
The Radio to TeV Synchrotron and Inverse Compton Emission from Extragalactic Relativistic Jets
Markos Georganopoulos and Amanda Dotson, Department of Physics
We are developing state of the art models for the steady-state and time-dependent emission from extragalactic jets of non-thermal plasma. The codes we are developing will be used for modeling current and upcoming observations, with emphasis on the Gamma ray results from Fermi, NASA's new Gamma Ray orbiting observatory.