Database

Welcome on the database for stellar models.

You’ll find below the links to the stellar evolution tracks computed by our group.

These tracks come from two distinct codes:

The Geneva Code

All the tracks referenced below are available in our

 

interactive tools webpage

 

Tracks, isochrones, and spectra can also be downloaded through the link in the references. A description of the electronic tables provided can be found here

  • GRIDS OF STELLAR MODELS WITH ROTATION [ tracks ] — [ isochrones ]
    • I. Models from 0.8 to 120 M at solar metallicity (Z = 0.014)
      Ekström et al. (2012) A&A 537, A146 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • II. Wolf-Rayet populations and supernovae/GRB progenitors at Z = 0.014
      Georgy et al. (2012) A&A 542, A29 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • III. Models from 0.8 to 120 M at a metallicity Z = 0.002
      Georgy et al. (2013) A&A 558, A103 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • IV. Models from 1.7 to 120 Msun at a metallicity Z = 0.0004
      Groh et al. (2019) A&A 627, A24 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • STELLAR MASS AND AGE DETERMINATIONS [ tracks ]
    • I. Grids of stellar models from Z = 0.006 to 0.04 and M = 0.5 to 3.5 M
      Mowlavi et al. (2012) A&A 541, A41 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • POPULATIONS OF ROTATING STARS [ tracks ]
    • I. Models from 1.7 to 15 M at Z = 0.014, 0.006, and 0.002 with Ω/Ωcrit between 0 and 1
      Georgy et al. (2013) A&A 553, A24 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • II. Rapid rotators and their link to Be-type stars
      Granada et al. (2013) A&A 553, A25 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • III. SYCLIST, the new Geneva Population Synthesis code
      Georgy et al. (2014) A&A 566, A21 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • Fundamental properties of core-collapse supernova and GRB progenitors: predicting the look of massive stars before death [ spectra ]
    Groh et al. (2013) A&A 558, A301 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • THE EVOLUTION OF MASSIVE STARS AND THEIR SPECTRA [ spectra ]
    • I. A non-rotating 60 M star from the ZAMS to the pre-SN stage
      Groh et al. (2014) A&A 564, A30 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • Non-standard s-process in massive rotating stars. Yields of 10-150 M models at Z = 10-3 [ yields ]
    Choplin et al. (2018) A&A 618, A133 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • Stellar models and isochrones from low-mass to massive stars including pre-main sequence phase with accretion [ tracks ] - [ isochrones ]
    Haemmerlé et al. (2019) A&A 624, A137 [A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • Revisiting Kepler-444. II. Rotational, orbital and high-energy fluxes evolution of the system[ X-UV data ]
    Pezzotti et al. (2021) A&A (in press) [ arXiv ]

 

STAREVOL

All the articles related to the STAREVOL code can be retrieved here.

The tracks corresponding to the following articles can be downloaded:

  • THERMOHALINE INSTABILITY AND ROTATION-INDUCED MIXING [ tracks ]
    • III. Seismic diagnostics and grid of stellar models from the pre-main sequence up to the AGB for low- and intermediate-mass stars at various metallicities
      Lagarde & al. (2012) A&A 543, A108 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • EVOLUTION OF LONG-LIVED GLOBULAR CLUSTER STARS [ tracks ]
    • I. Grid of stellar models with helium enhancement at [Fe/H] = -1.75
      Chantereau & al. (2015) A&A 578, A117 [ A&A - ADS - arXiv ]

 

  • Tidal dissipation in rotating low-mass stars and implications for the orbital evolution of close-in planets
    • I. From the PMS to the RGB at solar metallicity
      Gallet & al. (2017) A&A 604, A112 [ tracks - A&A - ADS - arXiv ]
    • II. Effect of stellar metallicity
      Bolmont &amp. al. (2017) A&A 604, A113, [ tracks - A&A - ADS - arXiv ]