International Meeting – Presentations

The early growth of galaxies: 

The HST, Spitzer and Herschel joint legacy

Sexten Center for Astrophysics

January 11-15, 2016


Program and Presentations 

Scientific Program

Sunday 10

Welcome cocktail and registration opening
18:00 – 19:00
Bar in the Residence Building

Monday 11

Registration : 8:30 – 9:10
Bar in the Residence Building
Morning Session : 9:15 – 11:00 (Chair: A. Fontana)
Emanuele Daddi New developments on massive galaxies at cosmic noon
Mauro Giavalisco How many ways to quench a galaxy?
Esther Marmol-Queralto New insights on the evolution of Ha EW and sSFR up to z~5
Christina Williams Quenching at high-redshift: new perspectives from spectroscopic surveys
Afternoon Session : 16:30 – 18:45 (Chair: J. Dunlop)
Peter Capak Surveying the High Redshift Universe with Hyper-Suprime Cam and Spitzer
Michele Cirasuolo KMOS: first scientific results
Audrey Galametz The Euclid Template-fitting algorithm
Alice Mortlock Exploiting the combination of large data-sets: the stellar mass function and luminosity function.
Focused Discussion #1

Tuesday 12

Morning Session : 9:15 – 11:05 (Chair: R. Ellis)
Henry Ferguson Testing and improving dust modeling in high-z galaxies
Camilla Pacifici Timing the evolution of galaxies
Fernando Buitrago Dissecting the outskirsts of massive galaxies
Anita Zanella Birth and physical properties of giant star forming clumps at redshift 1 ≤ z ≤ 2
Afternoon Session : 16:30 – 18:45 (Chair: S. Juneau)
Ivo Labbé Galaxy build up at 4 < z < 10 with HST and Spitzer
Francesco Valentino Star formation and metal enrichment of galaxies in a high-z cluster
Tao Wang A galaxy cluster caught at birth at 2.5 billions years after the Big Bang
Laure Ciesla The puzzling nature of the peculiar lensed system RHRS1
Focused Discussion #2

Wednesday 13

Morning Session : 9:00 – 11:15 (Chair: M. Bradac)
Stephanie Juneau The AGN-Host Galaxy Connection Across Cosmic Time
Daniel Schaerer New detection of Lyman continuum leaking galaxies at low redshift and comparison of their properties with high-z star-forming galaxies
Ricardo Amorin Young low-mass galaxies at z~3
Fergus Cullen Evolving physical properties of star-forming galaxies at high-redshift
Victoria Bruce A closer look at the reionization sources: clustering, line emission and feedback
Afternoon Session : 16:30 – 18:45 (Chair: M. Giavalisco)
Georgios Magdis Scaling laws accross cosmic time
James Dunlop The cosmic history of star formation
Nathan Bourne Revealing the Obscured History of Galaxy Evolution with the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey
Corentin Schreiber A slow downfall of star formation efficiency in massive galaxies
Focused Discussion #3

Thursday 14

Morning Session : 9:00 – 11:20 (Chair: H. Ferguson)
Richard Ellis The Role of Spectroscopy in Probing the Physics of Reionization
Laura Pentericci Looking for the candels that reionized the universe
Stephane De Barros Understanding cosmic reionization with deep spectroscopy
Marusa Bradac Pushing the Frontiers of Galaxy Formation with Spitzer and Cluster Lenses as Cosmic Telescopes
Emiliano Merlin The ASTRODEEP Frontier Fields legacy: methods, photometry and rest-frame properties
Afternoon Session : 16:30 – 19:15 (Chair: D. Elbaz)
David Elbaz The ALMA view on the early growth of galaxies
Marco Castellano A closer look at the reionization sources: clustering, line emission and feedback
Charlotte Mason The Galaxy UV Luminosity Function Before the Epoch of Reionization
Rebecca Bowler The abundance and properties of the brightest z = 6-7 galaxies
Focused Discussion #4

Friday 15

Astrodeep Meeting