Welcome to Project AGORA!  We investigate galaxy formation with high-resolution simulations and compare the results across code platforms and with observations.  This is an one-of-a-kind, inter-institutional effort by more than 140 participants from over 60 institutions worldwide (as of 2017).  We welcome anybody who is interested in participating in the Project.  Click the image on the right to see an one-slide intro to the Project.  

● The Flagship paper of the Project published in ApJS in 2014: [arXiv],[ApJS],[local/high-res]  
● The second paper of the Project published in ApJ in 2016: [arXiv],[ApJ],[local/high-res]
● The 6th annual Workshop of the Project will be held at UC Santa Cruz, Aug. 11-13, 2017.
● Consider joining us without any obligation, especially if you are looking for the common ICs and analysis scripts used in the Project. Contact us if you have any other question! 


  • 10th AGORA Web Conference Dear AGORA Colleagues, Thanks as always for your continuing interest and contributions to AGORA.  The Steering Committee held several meetings lately, and proposes to have an 1-hour Collaboration-wide ...
    Posted Apr 14, 2017, 11:33 AM by Ji-hoon Kim
  • AGORA Isolated Disk Comparison Test - Paper Published Dear AGORA Colleagues,  The 2nd paper of the AGORA Collaboration - Isolated Disk Comparison Test is accepted for publication in the ApJ in October 2016, and published in December 2016.   ● Paper ...
    Posted Dec 19, 2016, 10:11 AM by Ji-hoon Kim
  • AGORA Isolated Disk Comparison Test - Paper Submitted Dear AGORA Colleagues,  First of all, thank you very much as always for your contribution and interest in the AGORA Project.  As you all are aware, over the past years ...
    Posted Oct 11, 2016, 5:26 PM by Ji-hoon Kim
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