Tag Archives: IMF

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

12 Nov 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Danieli & van Dokkum, Revisiting the Size-Luminosity Relation in the Era of Ultra Diffuse Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Barrows et al., Spatially Offset Active Galactic Nuclei III: Discovery of Late-Stage Galaxy Mergers with The Hubble Space Telescope
  • (abs, pdf) Ritondale et al., Low-mass halo perturbations in strong gravitational lenses at redshift z$\sim$0.5 are consistent with CDM
  • (abs, pdf) Ritondale et al., Resolving on 100 pc scales the UV-continuum in Lyman-$\alpha$ emitters between redshift 2 to 3 with gravitational lensing
  • (abs, pdf) Antonini et al., Black hole growth through hierarchical black hole mergers in dense star clusters: implications for gravitational wave detections
  • (abs, pdf) Koss et al., A population of luminous accreting black holes with hidden mergers
  • (abs, pdf) Ricker et al., Common Envelope Evolution of Massive Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Stanway & Eldridge, Initial Mass Function Variations Cannot Explain the Ionizing Spectrum of Low Metallicity Starbursts

12 Sept 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Jermyn et al., The Cosmic Microwave Background and the Stellar Initial Mass Function
  • (abs, pdf) Offner & Liu, Turbulent Action at a Distance due to Stellar Feedback in Magnetized Clouds
  • (abs, pdf) Côté et al., Neutron Star Mergers Might not be the Only Source of r-Process Elements in the Milky Way
  • (abs, pdf) Barrow et al., Observational signatures of massive black hole formation in the early universe
  • (abs, pdf) Klypin & Prada, Effects of long-wavelength fluctuations in large galaxy surveys
  • (abs, pdf) Williamson & Martel, Chemodynamics of dwarf galaxies under ram-pressure

13 Oct 2017

  • (abs, pdf) Zhang et al., The Impact of Star Formation Histories on Stellar Mass Estimation: Implications from the Local Group Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Koepferl & Robitaille, The FluxCompensator: Making Radiative Transfer Models of hydrodynamical Simulations Directly Comparable to Real Observations
  • (abs, pdf) Gutcke & Springel, Simulating a metallicity-dependent initial mass function: Consequences for feedback and chemical abundances
  • (abs, pdf) Cowley et al., Decoupled Black Hole Accretion and Quenching: The Relationship Between BHAR, SFR, and Quenching in Milky Way and Andromeda-mass Progenitors Since z = 2.5
  • (abs, pdf) Howard et al., Simulating the UV Escape Fractions from Molecular Cloud Populations in Star-forming Dwarf and Spiral Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Young et al., What can the SEDs of first hydrostatic core candidates reveal about their nature?
  • (abs, pdf) Suzuki, Stellar Winds and Coronae of Low-mass Pop. II/III Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Linde, On the problem of initial conditions for inflation