Miles Timpe
Miles Timpe
Institute for Computational Science, University of Zurich
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Secular behavior of exoplanets: Self-consistency and comparisons with the planet-planet scattering hypothesis
M Timpe, R Barnes, R Kopparapu, SN Raymond, R Greenberg, ...
The Astronomical Journal 146 (3), 63, 2013
92013
Direct imaging of molten protoplanets in nearby young stellar associations
I Bonati, T Lichtenberg, DJ Bower, ML Timpe, SP Quanz
Astronomy & Astrophysics 621, A125, 2019
72019
The Initial Mass Distribution For Exoplanetary Systems
ML Timpe, R Barnes, SN Raymond, N Gorelick
AAS 219, 339.12, 2012
12012
Machine learning applied to simulations of collisions between rotating, differentiated planets
M Timpe, MH Veiga, M Knabenhans, J Stadel, S Marelli
arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.09542, 2020
2020
Comparison of machine learning techniques for emulating collisions in planet formation
M Timpe, M Han Veiga, M Knabenhans
ESS 51, 318.14, 2019
2019
Direct imaging of magma oceans in nearby young stellar associations
I Bonati, T Lichtenberg, DJ Bower, ML Timpe, SP Quanz
EPSC, EPSC2018-146, 2018
2018
Secular Behavior of Exoplanetary Systems: Self-Consistency and Comparisons With The Planet-Planet Scattering Hypothesis
ML Timpe, R Kopparapu, R Barnes, SN Raymond, R Greenberg, ...
AAS 217, 343.22, 2011
2011
Emulating Collisions for N-body
M Timpe, M Knabenhans, MH Veiga, J Stadel, S Marelli
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