Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Week 4

 

 

Week 1: Galaxy Assembly

Key questions:

• What drives the assembly history of early galaxies - mergers, accretion etc?

• What are the prospects for charting the earliest galaxies?

• How does the gaseous and dust content of galaxies evolve with time?

• When and how do galaxies get enriched with heavy elements?

• Can gas kinematics be used to reliably measure dynamical masses?

Week 1

Friday,
13 April
10:00

10:30-12:15



14:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
De Carli + Scannapieco (gas kinematics) slides
+ Sobral slides

Optional: Visit and Guided Tour of the Deutsches Museum in Munich
Monday,
9 April
10:00

10:30-12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Burkert slides
+ Bouwens (early mass assembly)
Tuesday,
10 April
10:00

10:30-12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Oesch slides
+ Dayal (star-formation histories to high z)
Wednesday,
11 April
10:00

10:30-12:15



Afternoon
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
da Cunha slides
+ De Breuck (role of early dust) slides

Student session
Thursday,
12 April
10:00

10:30-12:15




17:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Spilker slides
+ Sobral slides
(early metals)

Wine & Cheese

 

 

Week 2: ISM Structure & Reionization

Key questions:

• Are there standard ISM phases (molecular, neutral, ionized, shock-heated)?

• What controls them?

• Under what conditions is the ISM sufficiently porous to permit leaking ionizing radiation?

• What are the effects of dust and heavy elements on the visibility of distant systems?

• What is the evolution of the mass-metallicity relation?

Week 2

Friday,
20 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
D'Odorico + Neeleman (high-z absorbers)
Monday,
16 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Vallini slides + Bolatto (ISM physics) slides
Tuesday,
17 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Gallerani slides
Wednesday,
18 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


Afternoon
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Gnedin slides+ Ellis (escape fraction) slides

Student Session
Thursday,
19 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


17:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Riechers + Venemans (dust)

Wine & Cheese

 

 

Week 3: Star Formation

Key questions:

• What are the properties of molecular clouds?

• How are they related to star formation?

• Are the regulatory effects of CMB important?

• What about CR heating, turbulent injection and magnetic fields?

Week 3

Friday,
27 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


14:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Zanella / Bradac

Optional: Visit and Guided Tour of the Deutsches Museum in Munich
Monday,
23 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Pallottini / Katz
Tuesday,
24 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Bouche / Casey
Wednesday,
25 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


Afternoon
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Reddy / Pillepich

Student Session
Thursday,
26 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


17:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Zwaan / Schinnerer

Wine & Cheese

 

 

Week 4: Feedbacks, Mass/Energy Outflows

Key questions:

• What physics regulates the interplay between the galaxy and its circumgalactic medium?

• Can we see feedback in action? Do we expect powerful outflows enriching the intergalactic medium?

• What are the optimal experimental probes of galaxy feedback?

Week 4

Friday,
4 May
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Gilli / Haehnelt
Monday,
30 April
10:00

10:30 - 12:15
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Peroux / Laporte
Tuesday,
1 May
Public Holiday No Talk
Wednesday,
2 May
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


Afternoon
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Ciardi / Vanzella

Student Session
Thursday,
3 May
10:00

10:30 - 12:15


17:00
Coffee

Talk & Discussion
Kakiichi

Wine & Cheese

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