Scientific Program (pdf)
The scientific program is divided into eight sessions:
Monday August 28
1 – Baryonic physics or a more complex dark sector required to solve the CDM “small-scale crisis”?
|9:35||Pontzen||Baryonic redistribution of dark matter: where do we stand?|
|10:05||Lovell||Dark Matter in Galaxies – Baryons and the nature of dark matter|
|10:55||Maccio||NIHAO simulations: reconciling CDM and observations on small scales|
|11:15||Mayer||Baryonic redistribution of dark matter: where do we stand?|
|Pawlowski||The Planes of Satellites Problem: Narrow, highly significant, rotating satellite galaxy structures observed|
|Rathi||“Observations” of Simulated Dwarf Galaxies|
|Trujillo-Gomez||An agnostic view of the small-scale crisis in LCDM: insights from observations, simulations, and cosmology|
|Verbeke||Too-Big-To-Fail is in the eye of the beholder – Insights from the MoRIA simulations|
|11:55||Ostriker||Summary and discussion|
2 – What is, and what is not understood about the time, timescale, sources and physics of reionization?
|14:05||Haehnelt||Probing reionization with Lyman-alpha and 21cm emission/absorption|
|14:35||Gnedin||Quest for galaxies that reionized the universe|
|15:05||Stark||Spectroscopy of Galaxies in the Reionization Era|
|16:05||Oesch||Galaxy Build-up at Cosmic Dawn: Hubble’s Legacy into the JWST Era|
|16:25||Grazian||The contribution of faint AGN to the ionizing background at z~4|
|Bunker||Galaxy evolution in the first billion years: plans for JWST/NIRSpec from the Instrument Science Team|
|Eilers||Implications of z∼6 Quasar Proximity Zones for the Epoch of Reionization and Quasar Lifetimes|
|Trebitsch||The effect of supernova and AGN feedback on the escape of ionizing radiation from high-z galaxies|
|16:55||Dunlop||Summary and discussion|
|17:25||End of session|
Tuesday August 29
3 – What regulates the metabolism of star-forming galaxies through cosmic time?
4 – Do the physics of star formation and metal enrichment evolve with cosmic epoch?
|14:40||Pieri||Measurements of Weak, Distributed Metal Absorption|
|15:00||Curti||The KLEVER Survey : Spatially resolved gas excitation properties and metallicity in high-z galaxies|
|15:20||Kobayashi||Cosmic chemical enrichment and AGN-driven metal-enhanced winds|
|16:10||Salvadori||Physics of star formation and metal enrichment: a Local prospective|
|16:30||Erroz-Ferrer||The MUSE Atlas of Disks (MAD) survey: Dissecting local disks on <100pc scales|
|Bonoli||The J-Surveys exploiting the full potential of narrow-band astronomy|
|Franco||Large 1.2 mm ALMA blind survey in the GOODS-South Field – First Results|
|Tasca||Galaxies caught in formation|
|Venturi||Ionized gas outflows in active galactic nuclei: a detailed study of their physical properties from the MAGNUM survey|
|Zoldan||HI-selected Galaxies in Hierarchical Models of Galaxy Formation and Evolution|
|17:05||Shapley||Summary and discussion|
|17:35||End of session|
Wednesday August 30
5 – How and when do MBHs assemble and grow, and do they do so congruously with the stellar mass in galaxies?
Thursday August 31
6 – Do galaxy structural bimodality and quenching arise from the timing and physics of cosmological structure formation, or from baryonic physics, and do MBHs play any special role?
7 – Are disks, bulges, and stellar halos really physically distinct components which form through different processes (how?) and at different epochs (when?)?
|14:35||Fall||Angular Momentum and Sizes of Galaxies and Their DM Halos|
|15:05||Bell||What drives the evolution of galaxies like the Milky Way?|
|16:05||Kassin||The Assembly of Disk Galaxies|
|16:35||Pillepich||The Stellar Mass Assembly of (massive) Galaxies with IllustrisTNG|
|16:55||Lelli||The Radial Acceleration Relation of Galaxies|
|Costantin||Are small bulges in low-σ spiral galaxies disk-like systems?|
|Morselli||The link between star formation activity and galaxy morphology through cosmic time|
|Peschken||Forming Disc Galaxies in Major Mergers : Radial Density Profiles and Angular Momentum|
|17:25||D’Onghia||Summary and discussion|
|17:55||End of session|