Tag Archives: GRB

15-19 Nov 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Strom et al., Chemical abundance scaling relations for multiple elements in z~2-3 star-forming galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) White et al., The Gamow Explorer: A gamma-ray burst observatory to study the high redshift universe and enable multi-messenger astrophysics
  • (abs, pdf) Martin-Alvarez et al., Towards convergence of turbulent dynamo amplification in cosmological simulations of galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Garofalo & Singh, The astrophysics of rotational energy extraction from a black hole
  • (abs, pdf) Ejdetjärn et al., From giant clumps to clouds — III. The connection between star formation and turbulence in the ISM
  • (abs, pdf) Drouart et al., The GLEAMing of the First Supermassive Black Holes
  • (abs, pdf) Villanueva-Domingo et al., Inferring halo masses with Graph Neural Networks
  • (abs, pdf) Pechetti et al., Detection of a $\sim$100,000 M$_\odot$ black hole in M31's most massive globular cluster: A tidally stripped nucleus
  • (abs, pdf) Vazza et al., Magnetogenesis and the Cosmic Web: a joint challenge for radio observations and numerical simulations

17 Aug 2015

  • (abs, pdf) Arabsalmani et al., First measurement of HI 21cm emission from a GRB host galaxy indicates a post-merger system
  • (abs, pdf) The DES Collaboration et al., Eight Ultra-faint Galaxy Candidates Discovered in Year Two of the Dark Energy Survey
  • (abs, pdf) Parker et al., Kathryns Wheel: A spectacular galaxy collision discovered in the Galactic neighbourhood

13 Aug 2014

  • (abs, pdf) Berger et al., ALMA Observations of the Host Galaxy of GRB090423 at z=8.23: Deep Limits on Obscured Star Formation 630 Million Years After the Big Bang
  • (abs, pdf) Sanders et al., The MOSDEF Survey: Mass, Metallicity, and Star-formation Rate at z~2.3
  • (abs, pdf) Chen et al., Scaling Relations for Galaxies Prior to Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Elliott et al., The First Billion Years project: Gamma-ray bursts at z>5
  • (abs, pdf) Duncan et al., The mass evolution of the first galaxies: stellar mass functions and star formation rates at 4 < z < 7 in the CANDELS GOODS-South field

9-13 Jun 2014

  • (abs, pdf) Trenti et al., The luminosity and stellar mass functions of GRB host galaxies: Insight into the metallicity bias
  • (abs, pdf) Lowing et al., Creating mock catalogues of stellar haloes from cosmological simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Lupi et al., Constraining the high redshift formation of black hole seeds in nuclear star clusters with gas inflows
  • (abs, pdf) Cloet-Osselaer et al., Numerical simulations of dwarf galaxy merger trees
  • (abs, pdf) Costa et al., Feedback from Active Galactic Nuclei: Energy- versus momentum-driving
  • (abs, pdf) Cohn & van de Voort, Characterizing simulated galaxy stellar mass histories
  • (abs, pdf) Tanaka, Driving the Growth of the Earliest Supermassive Black Holes with Major Mergers of Host Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Conroy et al., Maintaining Low Star Formation Rates in Early-Type Galaxies with AGB Heating
  • (abs, pdf) Lehnert et al., The Milky Way as a High Redshift Galaxy: The Importance of Thick Disk Formation in Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Carroll, In What Sense Is the Early Universe Fine-Tuned?
  • (abs, pdf) Loren-Aguilar & Bate, Two fluid dust and gas mixtures in SPH: A semi-implicit approach