• Group 1: The Milky Way and Resolved Stellar Populations
  • Group 2: The z > 1 Universe
  • Group 3: The z < 1 Universe
  • Group 4: Detailed Properties of Galaxies
  • Group 5: Clustering, Environment, and Large-Scale Structures
  • Group 6: Active Systems (AGN and Starbursts)
  • Group 7: Simulations

GROUP 1: The Milky Way and Resolved Stellar Populations

1.1 Barger Understanding the Evolution of the Magellanic System | PDF
1.2 Kobayashi Chemodynamical Simulations of the Milky Way Galaxy
1.3 Lux Local dwarf galaxies and their links to galaxy formation | PDF
1.4 Makarova Star formation history of UGCA 92 and IC 342 group structure | PDF
1.5 Mutch The mid-life crisis of the Milky Way and M31 | PDF
1.6 Ruzicka Stellar feedback and redistribution of gas in the Magellanic Clouds
1.7 Sibbons The old- and intermediate-age population of the isolated Local Group dwarf galaxy NGC 6822 | PDF

GROUP 2: The z > 1 Universe

2.1 Arcila Passive and Star-forming Galaxies at z~2 from the CFHT Legacy Survey.
2.2 Brammer The Buildup of the Massive Red Sequence Since z~2 | PDF
2.3 Danielson The properties of the interstellar medium in a star-forming galaxy at z=2.3 | PDF
2.4 Dominguez Sanchez The evolution of quiescent galaxies at high redshifts (z > 1.4) | PDF
2.5 Gendre The e-MERGE Survey: e-MERlin Galaxy Evolution Survey
2.6 Harrison Extreme Gas Kinematics in Starburst-AGN Composite Galaxies | PDF
2.7 Henry New Constraints on the Faint Population of Lyman Alpha Emitting Galaxies at z=5.7
2.8 Idiart Galaxy Evolution Through the Cosmic Time | PDF
2.9 Jones Resolved spectroscopy of gravitationally lensed z=2-3 galaxies
2.10 Kajisawa Evolution of Galaxy Stellar Mass Function since z~3 | PDF

2.11 Kobayashi A Model Prediction to the Nature of High-z Lyman-Alpha Emitters | PDF
2.12 Kornei The Prevalence and Properties of Outflowing Winds at z = 1 | PDF
2.13 Law Rest-Frame Optical Imaging of z ~ 2-3 Star-Forming Galaxies with HST/WFC3
2.14 Le Tiran The Effect and Influence of Star Formation and Gas Accretion on the Turbulence in the ISM | PDF
2.15 Lorenzoni Star-Forming Galaxies at z~8-9 from HST/WFC3: Implications for Reionization
2.16 Maier Constraining the main drivers of galaxy evolution with near-infrared spectroscopy
2.17 Matsuda Ly-alpha and H-alpha surveys for proto-clusters and giant gaseous nebulae at z=2-5 | PDF
2.18 McGrath The Growth of Massive Quiescent Galaxies since z~2.5
2.19 Mosleh The Evolution of the Mass-Size relation to z=3.5 in the GOODS-North Field | PDF
2.20 S. Newman Outflows from massive star-forming clumps in z~2 galaxies | PDF

2.21 A. Newman Investigating the Rapid Growth of Compact Massive Galaxies Between Redshifts 1 and 2 | PDF
2.22 Pannella Star forming galaxies at high redshift: news from Herschel
2.23 Sawicki The build-up of mass in faint UV-selected galaxies at high redshift | PDF
2.24 Schmidt The Distribution of Star Formation in High Redshift Galaxies | PDF
2.25 Shanks Extending Pure Luminosity Evolution Models to Herschel Wavelengths | PDF
2.26 Shirazi Near-IR Integral Field Unit spectroscopic study of the 8 o’clock arc
2.27 Smit Modelling the stellar populations of high redshift galaxies
2.28 Szomoru The Hubble sequence at z~2 | PDF
2.29 van de Sande A precise stellar velocity dispersion of a compact massive galaxy at z=1.80 using X-Shooter | PDF
2.30 Wake The changing relationship between galaxy stellar mass and dark matter halo mass since z = 2 | PDF

2.31 Weiner Measuring star formation and stellar populations at z=1-2 with infrared spectroscopy from HST
2.32 Weinmann On the puzzling plateau in the specific star formation rate at z=2-7
2.33 Welikala Substructure and stellar populations in z~1-3 galaxies using a pixel colour approach: systematics
2.34 Whitaker Quiescent galaxies through cosmic time from (ultra-) low resolution NIR spectroscopy | PDF
2.35 Wilkins Probing the Dust Obscuration of Star Forming Galaxies Over Cosmic History
2.36 Wisnioski Clumpy Star-formation at z=1.5 in the WiggleZ Dark Energy Survey
2.37 Wuyts A resolved view on the SFR-mass diagram at 1 < z < 3 | PDF

GROUP 3: The z < 1 Universe

3.1 Bezanson The Evolution of the Velocity Dispersion Function | PDF
3.2 Cole Random Galaxy catalogues | PDF
3.3 Devereux Evolution of the Elliptical Galaxy Luminosity Function Since z = 1 | PDF
3.4 Fritz First results from the VIMOS Public Extragalactic Redshift Survey | PDF
3.5 Guo The Satellite Luminosity Functions of Galaxies in SDSS
3.6 Kacprzak Halo Gas and Galaxy Disk Kinematics of MgII Absorption Selected
3.7 Kellar H-alpha Dots | PDF
3.8 Lehner Probing Galactic Outflows and Infall with Lyman Limit Systems at z < 1
3.9 Leitner Tracing the Assembly of Present-Day Star Forming Galaxies
3.10 Ly A Search for Young Metal-poor Galaxies at Intermediate Redshifts | PDF

3.11 Martinez-Manso Velocity Dispersions and Stellar Populations of the z=1 Most Compact and Massive ETG's | PDF
3.12 Masters The Morphology of Galaxies in the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey | PDF
3.13 Matos Paschen Star Formation History of the Universe | PDF
3.14 Murata Chain galaxies in the COSMOS field | PDF
3.15 Nair Secular Evolution of Galaxies
3.17 Patel The UVJ Selection of Quiescent and Star Forming Galaxies: Separating Early and Late-Type Galaxies and Isolating Edge-on Spirals | PDF
3.18 Rodriguez-Puebla Connecting the galaxy stellar/baryon mass function and galaxy scaling laws | PDF
3.19 Salim Rejuvenated Early-type Galaxies at z~0.1 | PDF
3.20 Spekkens Size Does Matter: the SFI++ Size-Luminosity Relation and the Spins of Halos Hosting Sc Galaxies | PDF

3.21 Tonini The evolution of brightest cluster galaxies
3.22 Wilman The hierarchical origins of observed galaxy morphology | PDF
3.23 Ziegler The Cosmic Web and galaxy evolution around the most luminous X-ray cluster

GROUP 4: Detailed Properties of Galaxies

4.1 Antunano Vaquero Lensing twins: probing the physics of galaxy formation with SLACS & OWLS | PDF
4.2 Arnold Kinematic Signatures of Two-Phase Galaxy Formation
4.3 Bandara Utilizing nature's telescope to resolve intermediate and high redshift galaxies
4.4 Boehm Kinematics, structure and stellar populations of disks since z=1 | PDF
4.5 Comeron Thick disks: the lair of missing baryons? | PDF
4.6 Ferre Mateu Young Ages and other intriguing properties of Compact Massive Galaxies in the Local Universe | PDF
4.7 Forbes Massive Galaxy Formation as Revealed by their Globular Cluster Systems
4.8 Haeussler Measuring the physical properties of galaxy components in modern multi-wavelength surveys | PDF
4.9 Herrmann Surface Brightness Profile Breaks in Dwarf Galaxies | PDF
4.10 Kalinova Dynamical bulge-disk decomposition of spiral galaxies | PDF

4.11 Krabbe The effects of the interaction on the kinematics, stellar population and metallicity of AM2322-821
4.12 Kuntschner Spatially resolved star-formation in nearby early-type galaxies | PDF
4.13 Lablanche The impact of bars on axisymmetric modelling of galaxies | PDF
4.14 Laesker Total magnitude superior to bulge magnitude as Black Hole mass predictor | PDF
4.15 Lee HST Pixel Analysis of the interacting galaxy system M51 | PDF
4.16 Maciel Radial gradients and disc formation in spiral galaxies | PDF
4.17 Martinsson The Disk-Mass Survey: Breaking the disk-halo degeneracy | PDF
4.18 McQuillin Momentum driven feedback from galaxy nuclei | PDF
4.19 Micheva Deep UBVRIHKs surface photometry of 45 BCGs
4.20 Moody Two-dimensional kinematics of hydrodynamic galaxy merger simulations compared to observation

4.21 Nesvadba Much more than just the 'fuel of star formation': On the role of molecular gas in galaxy evolution
4.22 Remus The Outer Halos of Elliptical Galaxies
4.23 Sanchez CALIFA: Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field spectroscopy Area Survey, Early Report | PDF
4.24 Spiniello XLENS: The X-shooter Lens Survey – dark matter, IMF, and structure of 'The Cosmic Horseshoe'
4.25 Swartz Feedback from circumnuclear star formation in normal barred galaxies
4.26 Treuthardt An Investigation of the Apparent Counter-Winding Bar-Spiral Hybrid of NGC 3124 | PDF
4.27 van Eymeren Lopsidedness in nearby galaxies | PDF
4.28 Williams Bulgeless galaxies with big bulges: the stellar kinematics and populations of peanuts | PDF
4.29 Yukita X-raying the Circumnuclear Star Formation in NGC 2903 | PDF

GROUP 5: Clustering, Environment, and Large-Scale Structures

5.1 Atlee Clusters as a Galaxy Evolution Laboratory: A Multi-Wavelength Approach | PDF
5.2 Balogh Group Environment Evolution Collaboration (GEEC)
5.3 Berrier Galaxy Cluster Assembly and Environmental Effects on Galaxy Morphology | PDF
5.4 Beygu Interacting Void Galaxies | PDF
5.5 Bielby The WIRCam Deep Survey: Mass Selected Clustering to z~2 | PDF
5.6 Brassington The Spitzer Interacting Galaxies Survey: The Behaviour of Cold Gas in Damp Mergers | PDF
5.7 Brough Spatial kinematics of Brightest Cluster Galaxies and their close companions from IFU spectroscopy | PDF
5.8 Cautun Topology of the Halos in the Cosmic Web | PDF
5.9 Cooke Spatial anti-correlation of Lyman break galaxies based on their spectral features | PDF
5.10 Dalla Bontà` Photometric analysis of Abell 1689

5.11 Faloon Witnessing the Formation of a Massive Galaxy Cluster: Multiwavelength Study of a z~1 Supercluster
5.12 Francke Clustering segregation of Lyman Alpha Emitter Galaxies at z=2.1 | PDF
5.13 Gillis Probing Halo Mass Distributions through Weak Lensing | PDF
5.14 Giodini Galaxy groups: a window on galaxy evolution
5.15 Gonzalez-Perez Clustering of massive galaxies and the evolution of clustering with mass, for z < 2 | PDF
5.16 Hatch Does environment matter at z > 2?
5.17 Hayashi Star formation activities in a cluster and its surrounding structure at z=1.46 | PDF
5.18 Hickox Clustering and dark matter halo masses of 870-um selected SMGs | PDF
5.19 Koyama Red star forming galaxies in distant cluster outskirts: understanding environmental effects at z < 1 | PDF
5.20 Lanz The Spitzer Interacting Galaxy Survey: IR-UV Photometry | PDF

5.21 Lin A WISE-Chandra view of baryon content evolution in galaxy clusters | PDF
5.22 Lisker The dwarf galaxy content of present-day clusters: SAM vs reality
5.23 Loubser Mg2 gradients as a signature of brightest cluster galaxy evolution | PDF
5.24 Makarov Groups of dwarfs | PDF
5.25 Mendel The bimodality of compact groups: untangling the role of compact groups in galaxy evolution | PDF
5.26 Mendes de Oliveira Considerations on the Formation Mechanism of Massive BCGs in Low-Density Environments | PDF
5.27 Mittal Linking ICM Cooling and AGN heating with Star Formation, Cold Gas and Dust | PDF
5.28 Nikoloudakis LRG clustering evolution to z=1.5 in Stripe 82
5.29 Noble Infrared galaxies in a rich cluster at z=0.871
5.30 Nurmi Fingerprints of merger events in the observed properties of galaxies in the galaxy groups | PDF

5.31 Parker A Dynamical Investigation of Galaxy Evolution in Groups | PDF
5.32 Raichoor Evolution of galaxies in the richest environments up to the highest redshifts | PDF
5.33 Scudder Offsets in Metallicity and SFR as interaction markers in Compact Groups: large scale environment | PDF
5.34 Sepp Differences and similarities of galaxy groups in the Millennium simulation and in the SDSS DR | PDF
5.35 Shirasaki AGN and Galaxy Clustering at z = 0.3 to 3.0 measured by using the Japanese Virtual Observatory | PDF
5.36 Skibba Are Brightest Halo Galaxies Central Galaxies? | PDF
5.37 Smith Stripping and quenching of infalling dwarfs in the Coma cluster | PDF
5.38 Stott The mass and size evolution of the most massive galaxies | PDF
5.39 Tadaki Biased galaxy formation and evolution in two frontier clusters at z=1.6 ? | PDF
5.40 Tempel Tracing the galaxy evolution in supercluster-void environment | PDF

5.41 Troischt Determination of HI Deficiency in Galaxy Group WBL 368
5.42 Vazquez-Mata Galaxy And Mass Assembly: Galaxy LF on host group properties | PDF
5.43 Viljoen Brightest Cluster Galaxies: Analysis of Stellar Populations | PDF
5.44 Walker Examining the Role of Environment in a Comprehensive Sample of Compact Groups | PDF
5.45 Wetzel The Evolution of Galaxies in Groups and Clusters | PDF
5.46 Zehavi Galaxy Clustering and Dark Matter Halos | PDF

GROUP 6: Active Systems (AGN and Starbursts)

6.1 Alaghband-Zadeh IFU observations of high-z ULIRGs | PDF
6.2 Bessiere Evidence of galaxy interaction from the optical morphologies of a sample of type II quasars | PDF
6.3 Bonzini The Sub-mJy Radio Population in the E-CDFS: star formation and BH accretion | PDF
6.4 Cervantes Sodi The galactic spin of AGN galaxies | PDF
6.5 Ching Local Density of hot- and cold- mode accretors | PDF
6.6 Collet Mechanical AGN Feedback in Moderately Strong High-Redshift Radio Galaxies | PDF
6.7 Fontanot Galaxy activity in Semi-Analytical Models | PDF
6.8 Hamann Quasar Absorption Lines as Probes of Quasar-SMBH-Host Galaxy Coevolution | PDF
6.9 Hau The hyperluminous X-ray source HLX1 -- evidence for an intermediate mass black hole?
6.10 Karouzos Merger-driven nuclear activity in galaxies: Close environment of AGN in the VISTA-VIDEO survey | PDF

6.11 Kartaltepe The Role of Galaxy Mergers in High Redshift ULIRGs
6.12 Kirkpatrick AGN and star formation activity in high redshift (U)LIRGs | PDF
6.13 Kurczynski Estimating SFR from X-ray through radio: Which method works best at 1 < z < 3?
6.14 Lelli Dynamics of Starbursting Dwarf Galaxies: I Zw 18 | PDF
6.15 Lietzen Large scale environments of nearby AGN | PDF
6.16 Michalowski Complete sample of millimetre-selected galaxies in the SHADES fields | PDF
6.17 Ramos Almeida The triggering mechanisms of powerful AGN: evidence for galaxy interactions | PDF
6.18 Ross The SDSS-III BOSS Quasar Survey: The Definitive Unobscured Quasar Luminosity Function | PDF
6.19 Shabala AGN feedback and colour evolution of local galaxies | PDF
6.20 Sharples KMOS: A New Observational Tool for Studies of Galaxy Evolution | PDF

6.21 Tanaka Growing black holes in growing galaxies
6.22 Trainor Galaxy Distributions as a Probe of QSO Environments at z~2-3 | PDF
6.23 Trouille Building Up the Red-Sequence: The AGN-Starburst Connection
6.24 U High-Resolution Molecular Gas Dynamics in the Center of NGC 6240 | PDF
6.25 Villarroel In the Neighbourhood of Tame Monsters | PDF

GROUP 7: Simulations

7.1 Capelo Feedback in early-type galaxies
7.2 Cloet-Osselaer The dwarf galaxy dark-matter halo occupancy | PDF
7.3 Cui Properties of fossil groups in cosmological simulations and galaxy formation models | PDF
7.4 Durier Implementation of feedback in SPH: towards concordance of methods | PDF
7.5 Eliche-Moral Formation of stellar inner discs and rings in spiral galaxies through minor mergers | PDF
7.6 Feldmann Star formation in cosmological simulations of galaxies
7.7 Finlator Numerical Simulations of High-Redshift Galaxy Populations | PDF
7.8 Guedes Forming Massive Disk Galaxies in LCDM | PDF
7.9 Halle Galaxies and the missing baryons | PDF
7.10 Han Resolving Subhalos' Lives with the Hierarchical Bound-Tracing Algorithm | PDF

7.11 Hummels Investigating the Angular Momentum Problem in Disk Galaxy Formation
7.12 Inoue Thick disk and pseudobulge formation in a clump cluster | PDF
7.13 Jaacks Properties of z > 6 Galaxies in Cosmological SPH Simulations | PDF
7.14 James The Contribution of High-Mass X-ray Binaries to the Heating of the Intergalactic Medium
7.15 Kannan Interaction between dark matter sub-halos & galactic gaseous discs
7.16 L'Huillier Galaxy mass assembly: Mergers versus smooth accretion | PDF
7.17 Laporte Brightest cluster galaxies and the impact of dry mergers on the core-cusp problem
7.18 Lowing Disk Heating by Substructure Bombardment
7.19 Maccio Formation of bulgeless massive galaxies in the LCDM model
7.20 Martig Spiral galaxy formation in a cosmological context

7.21 Moster Simulated galaxy merger trees - A new numerical tool
7.22 Muldrew Measuring Environment and Feedback | PDF
7.23 Oser Cosmological SPH Simulations: Formation and Evolution of massive Galaxies
7.24 Porter Simulating Elliptical Galaxies Throughout the Fundamental Plane | PDF
7.25 Rahmati The interplay between background and local ionizing radiation sources in shaping neutral gas | PDF
7.26 Reddick Subhalo Abundance Matching in the Bolshoi Simulation Tested Against SDSS DR7 Galaxies | PDF
7.27 Schroyen Angular momentum as a second parameter in dwarf galaxy evolution | PDF
7.28 Stringer Numerical and analytic treatment of supernova feedback: The right answer for the wrong reasons? | PDF
7.29 Taranu The Fundamental Plane of Galaxy Group Mergers | PDF
7.30 Tepper García What are Broad Lyman-Alpha Absorbers?

7.31 Tescari The impact of different feedback processes on Lya emission and the circumgal. medium at high z | PDF
7.32 van Daalen The effects of galaxy formation on the matter power spectrum | PDF
7.33 Zheng Radiative Transfer Modeling of Lyman Alpha Emitters and New Effects in Galaxy Clustering | PDF
7.34 Zukin Self-Similar Secondary Infall: Trying to Understand Halo Formation | PDF

Galaxy Formation
Durham University
18-22 July 2011

Scientific Organising Committee
Carlos Frenk (co-chair)
Simon White (co-chair)
Sara Ellison
Tim Heckman
Lars Hernquist
Rob Ivison
Guinevere Kauffmann
Hans-Walter Rix
Joop Schaye
Chuck Steidel
Linda Tacconi

Local Organising Committee
Ryan Hickox (chair)
David Alexander
Carlton Baugh
Cedric Lacey
Rich Bielby
Anais Gonneau
Violeta Gonzalez-Perez
John Stott

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