The early universe is a period of intense star formation across nearly all galaxies. Is it possible tell these galaxies apart from each other, when the universe was less than a few billion years old?
Accounting for the uncertainty in supernova explosion parameters can substantially change the star formation history and morphology of galaxy simulations.
Using machine learning to investigate whether galaxy mergers trigger AGN activity
High-resolution simulations yield insights into the dust content of galactic winds
Massive galaxies arise by the time the universe is less than half its current age. Wait four billion more years, and by how much do these galaxies grow? The answer may surprise you.
Investigating the obscured nature of low luminosity AGN