New Horizons in Computational Astrophysics
29th January - 3rd February 2012 in Davos, Switzerland
AstroSim was a five year European program that provided research support for activities in computational astrophysics during the period 2006-2011. In 2008 we held an international conference in Ascona that focused on the algorithms and techniques we use to simulate astrophysical systems. We brought together experts in the fundamental areas of GRID SPH and hydrid codes, radiative transfer, turbulence, subgrid physics, collisional/collisionless methods, MHD, parellisation and analysis and visualisation. This meeting in Davos is the second main AstroSim meeting which marks the end of the program by bringing together the world's foremost experts to again discuss, review and plan for the future of this important and exciting research activity.