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 160 participants from over 60 institutions worldwide (as of 2019).  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 8th annual Workshop of the Project was held at UC Santa Cruz, Aug. 9-10, 2019.
● If you are looking for the AGORA common ICs, examples of common analysis yt scripts used in the Project, or the isolated galaxy simulation data produced by AGORA, see this quick links page.  
● 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! 


  • Postponing this year's AGORA Workshop Dear AGORA Colleagues,First of all, we hope everyone is doing well in this time of uncertainty.  As many of you know from our regular telecons for Paper “CosmoRun”, we ...
    Posted Aug 18, 2020, 5:39 PM by Ji-hoon Kim
  • Quick Links Quick links for those who are visiting the AGORA Project website.  If you are a registered member of the Collaboration who have already joined us, please visit the extended quick ...
    Posted Jan 14, 2020, 7:31 AM by Ji-hoon Kim
  • Wrapping Up the 8th AGORA Workshop Dear AGORA Colleagues,Great thanks to all those who contributed to another very interesting Workshop this year!  It was indeed full of fun and very productive.     --● A summary of the ...
    Posted Aug 13, 2019, 9:35 PM by Ji-hoon Kim
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