07 Dec 2015

  • (abs, pdf) El-Badry et al., Breathing FIRE: How Stellar Feedback Drives Radial Migration, Rapid Size Fluctuations, and Population Gradients in Low-Mass Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Kaurov, On improving analytical models of cosmic reionization for matching numerical simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Paranjape et al., Photon Number Conserving Models of H II Bubbles during Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Gieles & Alexander, Inverting the dynamical evolution of globular clusters: clues to their origin

03 Dec 2015

  • (abs, pdf) Bovy, Detecting the disruption of dark-matter halos with stellar streams
  • (abs, pdf) Dutton et al., NIHAO V: Too big doesn’t fail — reconciling the conflict between LCDM predictions and the circular velocities of nearby field galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) McQuinn et al., Leo P: How Many Metals can a Very Low-Mass, Isolated Galaxy Retain?
  • (abs, pdf) Kaurov et al., The Effects of Dark Matter Annihilation on Cosmic Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Poole et al., Dark-ages Reionization & Galaxy Formation Simulation I: The dynamical lives of high redshift galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Angel et al., Dark-ages Reionization & Galaxy Formation Simulation II: Spin and concentration parameters for dark matter haloes during the Epoch of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Mutch et al., Dark-ages reionization and galaxy formation simulation III: Modelling galaxy formation and the Epoch of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Liu et al., Dark-ages reionization & galaxy formation simulation IV: UV luminosity functions of high-redshift galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Geil et al., Dark-ages reionization & galaxy formation simulation V: morphology and statistical signatures of reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Schnittman et al., Disk Emission from Magneto-hydrodynamic Simulations of Spinning Black Holes

01 Dec 2015

  • (abs, pdf) Rodriguez-Gomez et al., The stellar mass assembly of galaxies in the Illustris simulation: growth by mergers and the spatial distribution of accreted stars
  • (abs, pdf) Smit et al., Inferred H{\alpha} Flux as a Star-Formation Rate Indicator at z ~ 4-5: Implications for Dust Properties, Burstiness, and the z = 4-8 Star-Formation-Rate Functions
  • (abs, pdf) Lacerna et al., Isolated elliptical galaxies in the local Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Nomura et al., Radiation Hydrodynamic Simulations of Line-Driven Disk Winds for Ultra Fast Outflows

30 Nov 2015

  • (abs, pdf) Feltre et al., Nuclear activity versus star formation: emission-line diagnostics at ultraviolet and optical wavelengths
  • (abs, pdf) Tissera et al., The gas metallicity gradient and the star formation activity of disc galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Gebhardt et al., Young, Star-forming Galaxies and their local Counterparts: the Evolving Relationship of Mass-SFR-Metallicity since z ~ 2.1
  • (abs, pdf) Elahi et al., nIFTY galaxy cluster simulations III: The Similarity & Diversity of Galaxies & Subhaloes
  • (abs, pdf) King, How Big Can a Black Hole Grow?
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., Using the Inferred Halpha Emission from z~4-5 Galaxies to Measure the Lyman-Continuum Photon Production Efficiency xi_{ion}: Implications for the Escape Fraction
  • (abs, pdf) Papastergis & Shankar, An assessment of the "too big to fail" problem for field dwarf galaxies in view of baryonic feedback effects