Public Talk in Hokkaido University

Last month, I was in Hokkaido University, giving an Enzo users’ workshop with a few of my colleagues. While I was there, I agreed to give a public talk about the first galaxies, titled “Baby Galaxies: The First Steps to the Milky Way”. Elizabeth Tasker graciously wrote a post about my talk. I thought it was a success with standing room only during the last half of my talk, even with a dying typhoon off the coast of Japan lashing cold rain and wind throughout Hokkaido.

For those at Georgia Tech, I will be giving a similar public talk as a part of the Inquiring Minds series (PDF flyer) in two weeks on Monday, November 18th at 6pm in CULC.  Be sure to make it!

04 Nov 2013

  • (abs, pdf) Mandelker et al., The Population of Giant Clumps in Simulated High-z Galaxies: In-situ and Ex-situ, Migration and Survival
  • (abs, pdf) Caruana et al., Spectroscopy of z ~ 7 candidate galaxies: Using Lyman-alpha to constrain the neutral fraction of hydrogen in the high-redshift universe
  • (abs, pdf) Raičević et al., The effect of recombination radiation on the temperature and ionization state of partially ionized gas