Tag Archives: SMBH

14 Jul 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Valentini et al., Host galaxies of high-redshift quasars: supermassive black hole growth and feedback
  • (abs, pdf) Scannapieco et al., The n-capture and alpha-elements abundance ratios scatter in old stellar populations. Cosmological simulations of the stellar halo
  • (abs, pdf) Gallegos-Garcia et al., Binary Black Hole Formation with Detailed Modeling: Stable Mass Transfer Leads to Lower Merger Rates
  • (abs, pdf) Ebisu et al., Constraining Self-Interacting Dark Matter with Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies and High-resolution Cosmological $N$-body Simulations

06 Jul 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Xu et al., Predicting halo occupation and galaxy assembly bias with machine learning
  • (abs, pdf) Vikaeus et al., Conditions for detecting lensed Population III galaxies in blind surveys with the James Webb Space Telescope, the Roman Space Telescope and Euclid
  • (abs, pdf) Nagele et al., Collapse of $\sim 10^4$ $M_\odot$ population III supermassive stars with neutrino transfer
  • (abs, pdf) Ricarte et al., Unveiling the Population of Wandering Black Holes via Electromagnetic Signatures

25 Jun 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Tamfal et al., The Dawn of Disk Formation in a Milky Way-sized Galaxy: Thin Stellar Disks at $z > 4$
  • (abs, pdf) Higgs & McConnachie, Solo dwarfs IV: Comparing and contrasting satellite and isolated dwarf galaxies in the Local Group
  • (abs, pdf) Gómez et al., Halo Merger Tree Comparison: Impact on Galaxy Formation Models
  • (abs, pdf) Horowitz et al., HyPhy: Deep Generative Conditional Posterior Mapping of Hydrodynamical Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Washinoue & Suzuki, Coronal Properties of Low-mass Population III Stars and the Radiative Feedback in the Early Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Erika et al., Hoyle-Lyttleton accretion on to black hole accretion disks with super-Eddington luminosity for dusty gas
  • (abs, pdf) Reis et al., Shot noise and scatter in the star formation efficiency as a source of 21-cm fluctuations
  • (abs, pdf) Matteucci, Modelling the chemical evolution of the Milky Way

17 Jun 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Sassano et al., Light, medium-weight or heavy? The nature of the first supermassive black hole seeds
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., Low-luminosity galaxies in the early universe have observed sizes similar to star cluster complexes
  • (abs, pdf) Quataert et al., The Physics of Galactic Winds Driven by Cosmic Rays II: Isothermal Streaming Solutions
  • (abs, pdf) Hanasz et al., Simulations of cosmic ray propagation
  • (abs, pdf) Kelly et al., EAGLE-Auriga: effects of different subgrid models on the baryon cycle around Milky Way-mass galaxies

15 Jun 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Roberts-Borsani et al., The Physical Properties of Luminous $z\gtrsim8$ Galaxies and Implications for the Cosmic Star Formation Rate Density From ~0.35 deg$^{2}$ of (Pure-)Parallel HST Observations
  • (abs, pdf) Chacón et al., Classification algorithms applied to structure formation simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Ren et al., The Diversity of Environments Around Luminous Quasars at Redshift $z \sim 6$
  • (abs, pdf) Cardona-Barrero et al., Origin of stellar prolate rotation in a cosmologically simulated faint dwarf galaxy

10 Jun 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Eilers et al., Detecting and Characterizing Young Quasars II: Four Quasars at $z\sim 6$ with Lifetimes $<10^4$ years
  • (abs, pdf) Martín-Navarro et al., Anisotropic satellite galaxy quenching modulated by supermassive black hole activity
  • (abs, pdf) Lovell et al., A machine learning approach to mapping baryons onto dark matter halos using the EAGLE and C-EAGLE simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Lozano et al., A model for star formation in cosmological simulations of galaxy formation