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Massive Galaxies over Cosmic Time III

Massive Galaxies Over Cosmic Time 3: The Role of Gas and Dust

Schedule of Talks

Download the abstract booklet as a PDF [414 KB].

Unless otherwise noted, all events take place in the Tucson Room [map of Arizona Inn, 801KB PDF].

Sunday, November 7

Afternoon (TBS) Optional hike
6:00-8:00pm Reception at NOAO

Monday,
November 8

Tuesday,
November 9

Wednesday,
November 10

8:00-9:00am
Breakfast
8:00-9:00am
Breakfast
8:00-9:00am
Breakfast

Session I:
Accretion processes in massive galaxy formation

  • discrete vs continuous: mergers (small, large) vs cold flows
  • reservoirs/duty cycle
  • violent, extraordinary phases

Session III:
Role of AGN during active, high SFR phase

  • growth of AGN during massive SFR phase
  • impact of AGN: global feedback,impact on ISM and dust

Session V:
Dust formation and evolution in massive galaxies

  • formation in extreme environments
  • grain size distribution/micro-physics
  • extinction laws, global observable properties

Invited Talks

9:00-9:30am
Dusan Keres
Gas Accretion in Galaxies
9:30-10:00am
Jen Lotz
Galaxy Mergers Through Cosmic Time
10:00-10:30am
Avishai Dekel
Feeding Massive Galaxies in their Most Active Phase of Assembly and Star Formation
10:30-10:50am
Coffee Break

Contributed Talks

10:50-11:05am
Greg Rudnick
The Efficiency of Clusters at Stopping Gas Accretion in Galaxies
11:05-11:20am
Mauro Giavalisco
Discovery of Massive Amounts of Cold HI Gas in a Galaxy Overdensity at Redshift z~1.6
11:20am-12:30pm
discussion led by Frederic Bournaud
Slides
12:30-2:00pm
lunch

Invited Talks

9:00-9:30am
Phil Hopkins
How do Massive Black Holes Get their Gas (and Get Rid of It)?
9:30-10:00am
Eliot Quataert
Feedback From Radiation Pressure During theGrowth of Massive Galaxies and Their Central Black Holes
10:00-10:30am
Dieter Lutz
A Herschel View on Star Formation in High Redshift AGN Hosts
10:30-10:50am
Coffee Break

Contributed Talks

10:50-11:05am
Stephanie Juneau
Linking starbursts, Major Mergers, and Absorbed AGNS at Redshift~0.7
11:05-11:20am
Jerry Ostriker
The Two-Phase Evolution of Massive Galaxies
11:20am-12:30pm
discussion led by Tim Heckman
Slides
12:30-2:00pm
lunch

Invited Talks

9:00-9:30am
Moshe Elitzur
Dust Formation — Extreme and Non-Extreme Environments
9:30-10:00am
JD Smith
Dust in Galaxies: Nuisance No Longer
10:00-10:30am
Ranga Chary
Studying Dust Grain Size Distribution With Redshift
10:30-10:50am
Coffee Break
10:50-11:20am
Eli Dwek
The Origin of Dust in the High-Redshift Universe
11:20am-12:00pm
discussion led by Lee Armus
12:00-1:15pm
lunch

Session II:
Star formation in massive galaxies

  • triggering (including environmental effects, AGN, mergers, etc.)
  • duty cycles, efficiencies
  • feedback from stars

Session IV:
Internal structure of galaxies during high SFR phase

  • dynamics/morphology
  • chemistry
  • dust and gas distribution: ISM structure, resolved studies

Session VI:
Conference summary - future observational tests hybrid session

  • chemical tracers: Herschel, ALMA spectroscopy, EVLA HI,…
  • continuum tracers: surveys

Invited Talks

2:00-2:30pm
Guinevere Kauffmann
What can be Learned from the Atomic and Molecular Gas Scaling Relations of Nearby Galaxies?
2:30-3:00pm
Casey Papovich
On the Star Formation Rates and Star Formation Histories of Massive Galaxies
3:00-3:30pm
Emanuele Daddi
tar Formation Modes in Distant Massive Galaxies
3:30-3:50pm
Coffee Break

Contributed Talks

3:50-4:05pm
Chris Hayward
The Contribution of Merger-Induced Starbursts to the Sub-Millimeter Galaxy Population
4:05-4:20pm
Carrie Bridge
WISE-selected Lyman-alpha Blobs at z~2
4:20-5:20pm
discussion led by Rachel Somerville
6:00-8:00pm
Cocktails & Hors D'oeuvres

Invited Talks

2:00-2:30pm
Reinhard Genzel
Gas-rich Massive Disks at z~2
2:30-3:00pm
Leo Blitz
The Gas Consumption History Over Cosmic Times
3:00-3:30pm
Thorsten Naab
A Theoretical View on the Internal Structure of High Redshift Galaxies
3:30-3:50pm
Coffee Break

Contributed Talks

3:50-4:05pm
Andrew Baker
Cold Gas inventories in Massive High-redshift Galaxies
4:05-4:20pm
Linda Tacconi
High Gas Fractions and the K-s Relation for “Normal” Star Forming Galaxies From z = 1-3
4:20-5:20pm
discussion led by Nick Scoville
Slides
6:00-8:00pm
Cocktails & Hors D'oeuvres, Flaundrau House

Invited Talks

1:15-1:35pm
Sandy Faber (HST)
Prospects For Observing Massive Galaxies in The CANDELS Survey
1:35-1:55pm
Peter Eisenhardt (WISE)
Initial Results on Luminous Obscured Galaxies From the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer
1:55-2:15pm
Min Yun (LMT, Herschel)
Future Observations of the Gas/Dust Content Evolution
2:15-2:35pm
Fabian Walter (ALMA)
ALMA
2:35-2:55pm
Chris Carilli (EVLA)
Gas and Dust in the First Galaxies
2:55-3:15pm
coffee break
3:15-4:00pm
discussion led by Desika Narayanan
Slides

Posters

 
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