Tag Archives: IMBH

28 Nov 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Yan et al., The most massive stars in very young star clusters with a limited mass: Evidence favours significant self-regulation in the star formation processes
  • (abs, pdf) Kim et al., Introducing TIGRESS-NCR: I. Co-Regulation of the Multiphase Interstellar Medium and Star Formation Rates
  • (abs, pdf) Beckmann et al., Population statistics of intermediate mass black holes in dwarf galaxies using the NewHorizon simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Rizzuto et al., The growth of intermediate mass black holes through tidal captures and tidal disruption events
  • (abs, pdf) Beckmann et al., Supermassive black holes in merger-free galaxies have higher spins which are preferentially aligned with their host galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Gupta et al., MOSEL Survey: Extremely weak outflows in EoR analogues at z=3-4

01 Nov 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Weller et al., Orbital and Radiative Properties of Wandering Intermediate-Mass Black Holes in the ASTRID Simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Pahl et al., The connection between the escape of ionizing radiation and galaxy properties at z~3 in the Keck Lyman Continuum Spectroscopic Survey
  • (abs, pdf) Noel et al., Mass-Metallicity Relation during the Epoch of Reionization in the CROC Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Sandford et al., Strong Outflows and Inefficient Star Formation in the Reionization-era Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy Eridanus II

28 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Di Matteo et al., A vast population of wandering and merging IMBHs at cosmic noon
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., Beyond Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies I: Mass-Size Outliers Among the Satellites of Milky Way Analogs
  • (abs, pdf) Rácz et al., Complementary Cosmological Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Rino-Silvestre et al., EmulART: Emulating Radiative Transfer – A pilot study on autoencoder based dimensionality reduction for radiative transfer models
  • (abs, pdf) Roberts-Borsani et al., A shot in the Dark (Ages): a faint galaxy at $z=9.76$ confirmed with JWST

17 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Sawala et al., The Local Group's mass: probably no more than the sum of its parts
  • (abs, pdf) Acedo et al., The REACH radiometer for detecting the 21-cm hydrogen signal from redshift 7.5 to 28
  • (abs, pdf) Gerasimov et al., Stellar feedback impact on the ionized gas kinematics in the dwarf galaxy Sextans A
  • (abs, pdf) Kıroğlu et al., Tidal Disruption of Main-Sequence Stars by Intermediate-Mass Black Holes

05 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Johnson et al., Dwarf galaxy archaeology from chemical abundances and star formation histories
  • (abs, pdf) Meshveliani et al., Gravothermal collapse of Self-Interacting Dark Matter halos as the Origin of Intermediate Mass Black Holes in Milky Way satellites
  • (abs, pdf) Griffith et al., Untangling the Sources of Abundance Dispersion in Low-Metallicity Stars

19-23 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Mugnai & Modirrousta-Galian, RAPOC : the Rosseland and Planck opacity converter. A user-friendly and fast opacity program for Python
  • (abs, pdf) Benavides et al., Origin and evolution of ultra-diffuse galaxies in different environments
  • (abs, pdf) Katz & Krassner, 3 MHz Space Observatory
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., Towards Super-resolution via Iterative multi-exposure Coaddition
  • (abs, pdf) Satyavolu et al., The need for obscured supermassive black hole growth to explain quasar proximity zones in the epoch of reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Choudhury, A Short Introduction to Reionization Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Chang et al., Report of the Topical Group on Cosmic Frontier 5 Dark Energy and Cosmic Acceleration: Cosmic Dawn and Before for Snowmass 2021
  • (abs, pdf) Filion et al., Faint Stars in a Faint Galaxy: II. The Low Mass Stellar Initial Mass Function of the Bo\"otes I Ultrafaint Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Yamaguchi et al., The extent of metal enrichment from galactic winds during the Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Gültekin et al., Intermediate-mass black holes and the fundamental plane of black hole accretion

02 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Ricci et al., BASS XXXVII: The role of radiative feedback in the growth and obscuration properties of nearby supermassive black holes
  • (abs, pdf) Angus et al., A fast rising tidal disruption event from a candidate intermediate mass black hole
  • (abs, pdf) Wirth et al., The giants that were born swiftly — Implications of the top-heavy stellar initial mass function on the birth conditions of globular clusters