Photos show four generations of ‘van den Bosch’, spanning ~80 years
Person to the left supervised thesis of person to the right.
Year of PhD dissertation is indicated
frank.vandenbosch [at] yale.edu
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New Haven, CT 06511
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A self-consistent, time-dependent treatment of dynamical friction: new insights regarding core stalling and dynamical buoyancy
The tidal evolution of dark matter substructure II: th impact of artificial disruption on subhalo mass functions and radial profiles
On the evolution of the globular cluster system in NGC1052-DF2: Dynamical friction, globular cluster interactions, and galactic tides.
Ly-alpha blobs from cold streams undergoing Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities
Cosmological Evidence Modelling:a new simulation based approach to constrain cosmology on non-lineaer scales
Dark matter substructure in numerical simulations: a tale of discreteness noise, runaway instabilities, and artificial disruption
Disruption of dark matter substructure: fact or fiction?
Statistics of dark matter substructure – III. Halo-to-halo variance
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