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Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Gas in galaxies

Chem. evo & stellar pop.s

Str., Kin. & Morph.  + Feedback

Feedback

Environment

8:30-9:00

Registration/Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

9:00-9:40

Romeel Davé¹

Francesco Belfiore¹

Jesse van de Sande¹

Sophie Koudmani¹

Claudia Lagos¹

9:40-10:25

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

10:25-11:00

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

11:00-11:25

Flash Talks

Contributed talks

Contributed Talks

Contributed talks

Flash Talks

11:25-12:45

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

12:45-14:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14:00-14:40

Li-Hwai Lin¹

Chiaki Kobayashi¹

Sandro Tacchella¹

Stefano Carniani¹

Luca Cortese¹

14:40-15:25

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

Contributed talks

15:25-16:00

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

16:00-16:45

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

18:00 (TBC)

Wine and Cheese (TBC)

 

Conference Dinner

 

 

¹Invited talk

²Remote talk

Contributed talks are 20’ (each subsession gets 5’ contingency); Flash talks are 4’ each

 

 

 

 

Monday

The Gas Content of Galaxies

8:30-9:00

Registration/Morning coffee

14:00-14:40

Romeel Davé¹

Gas and Quenching in Cosmological Simulations

9:40-10:25

Dandan Xu²

Linking the rise and fall of star formation with the large-scale angular-momentum environment through circumgalactic medium

 

Fakhri Zahedy

The Multiphase Circumgalactic Medium of Quenched Galaxies

 

10:25-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:25

Adam Smercina

After The Fall: Resolving the Molecular Gas in Post-Starburst Galaxies

 

Sarah Leslie

Clear Star Formation and AGN Feedback in the Local Universe: Combining LOFAR and MaNGA

 

Samuel Ward

Finding AGN in gas-rich galaxies does not rule out AGN feedback as the cause of galaxy quenching

 

Yingjie Peng

Confronting simulations with observations of cold gas

 

Dario Colombo

The EDGE-CALIFA survey: the role of molecular gas on the star formation quenching in the local Universe

12:45-14:00

Catered lunch at Churchill College

14:00-14:40

Li-Hwai Lin¹

What is the link between the gas content and quenching in galaxies?

14:40-15:25

Sarah Ellison

Do galaxy mergers quench star formation?

 

Salvatore Quai

The rarity of quenching in simulated post-merger galaxies

15:25-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:45

Discussion session

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

Chemical Composition and Stellar Populations

8:30-9:00

Morning coffee

9:00-9:40

Francesco Belfiore¹

Probing the timescales of galaxy evolution via chemical abundances

9:40-10:25

Tobias Looser

Investigating young metal-poor stellar populations and radial quenching with full spectral fitting

 

Adam Carnall

Tracing the most massive galaxies back to the first billion years

10:25-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-11:25

Maria Vittoria Zanchettin

The impact of AGN activity in nearby Seyfert galaxies: high resolution study of the multiphase ISM with MUSE, ALMA and JVLA

 

Katriona Gould

Star formation histories of massive quiescent galaxies at 3<z<4.5 in COSMOS2020

 

David Setton

Rapid Quenching in Massive z 0.7 Post-Starburst Galaxies: Age Gradients, Structures, and the Push to the Peak Epoch of Quenching

 

Justin Otter

Resolved Molecular Gas Observations of MaNGA Post-starbursts Reveal a Tumultuous Past

 

Jinsu Rhee

On the origin of quenching of galaxies in cluster environments using phase-space analysis

11:25-12:25

Adam Smercina

After The Fall: Resolving the Molecular Gas in Post-Starburst Galaxies

 

Marcie Mun

Spatially resolving the star formation activity of galaxies at 3 - 4 Gyrs of lookback time with MAGPI

 

Paola Santini

The assembly of passive galaxies since z~5

 

Samir Salim

Do we need to revisit our operational definition of galaxy quenching?

 

Stefano Zibetti

Stellar mass (density) as both global and local driver of galaxy quenching

12:45-14:00

Catered lunch at Churchill College

14:00-14:40

Chiaki Kobayashi¹

The origin of the elements and their connection to galaxy quenching

14:40-15:25

James Trussler

A global and spatially-resolved view of galaxy quenching

 

Tania Barone

The impact of surface density and redshift on galaxy quenching

15:25-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:45

Discussion session

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Structure, Kinematics and Morphology / The Role of Feedback

8:30-9:00

Morning coffee

9:00-9:40

Jesse van de Sande¹

Connecting quenching to galaxy structure, kinematics and morphology

9:40-10:25

Marc Huertas-Company

The connection between galaxy structural transformations and quenching in the TNG50 simulation

 

Sedona Price

Constraining the lead-up to quenching: Resolving structures, dynamics, feedback, and mass transport of massive SFGs at z 1-3-6

10:25-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:25

Francesco D’Eugenio

Life after death: evidence of dry-merger driven growth of massive quiescent galaxies

 

Jindra Gensior

Failing to quench galaxies through galactic dynamics

 

Sirio Belli

Rapidly Quenching Galaxies at z~2 in Observations and Simulations

 

Giulia Tozzi

Galaxy-scale winds driven by ultra-fast outflows from low to high redshift

 

Patricia Bessiere

QSOFEED: A multi-wavelength study of the impact of quasar feedback on galaxies

12:45-14:00

Catered lunch at Churchill College

14:00-14:40

Sandro Tacchella¹

The complex dance between morphology and quenching

14:40-15:25

Alice Concas

Ionised gas outflows at Cosmic Noon

 

Danial Langeroodi²

Non-linear combination of feedback mechanisms in regulating the star formation histories of galaxies

15:25-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:45

Discussion session

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday

The Role of Feedback

8:30-9:00

Morning coffee

9:00-9:40

Sophie Koudmani¹

The role of feedback in galaxy quenching: a theoretical perspective

9:40-10:25

Joop Schaye

Insights from the new COLIBRE and FLAMINGO simulations

 

Claude-André Faucher-Giguère²

Galaxy quenching in FIRE: from nuclear black holes to the circumgalactic medium

10:25-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:25

Joanna Piotrowska

Putting breaks on star formation in central galaxies: evidence for the integrated role of historic AGN feedback

 

Filip Husko

Spin-driven jet feedback in idealized hydrodynamical simulations of galaxies

 

Namrata Roy²

Feeding and feedback via large scale AGN driven winds in nearby elliptical galaxies

 

Emma Curtis-Lake

Finding and characterising obscured AGN to high redshift with BEAGLE-AGN

 

Dylan Nelson

Ejective vs preventative - the IllustrisTNG perspective

12:45-14:00

Catered lunch at Churchill College

14:00-14:40

Stefano Carniani¹

Evidences for feedback across cosmic time 

14:40-15:25

Jan Scholtz

Do powerful large-scale AGN outflows really suppress star formation?

 

Asa Bluck

Star Formation, Supermassive Black Holes & the End of the Universe

15:25-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:45

Discussion session

 

 

 

 

Friday

The Role of Environment

8:30-9:00

Morning coffee

9:00-9:40

Claudia del P. Lagos¹

The role of environment in quenching galaxies: a view from hydrodynamical simulations

9:40-10:25

Decker French²

Insights from the molecular gas state of recently-quenched galaxies

 

Eric Rohr

Jellyfish galaxies with the IllustrisTNG simulations: when and where does ram pressure occur, and implications for the cold CGM

10:25-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-11:25

Andrea Weibel²

Can We Find Direct Spectroscopic Evidence for Ongoing Quenching?

 

Mallory Thorp

What powers merger induced star formation?

 

Osbaldo Sánchez-Garcı́a²

The combined effect of ram-pressure stripping and the presence of bars in the resolved star formation history of galaxies

 

Grecco Oyarzun

Using stellar population modeling to constrain the quenching epochs and timescales of central and satellite galaxies

 

Ho-Hin Leung

Distinguishing quenching mechanisms through modelling chemical evolution during starbursts in MaNGA post-starbursts

11:25-12:25

Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo

The role of black hole feedback in high-redshift clusters of galaxies

 

Gillian Wilson

The Role of Environment in Galaxy Quenching: Results from the MAGAZ3NE, GCLASS and GOGREEN Surveys

 

Adam Watts

A sub-kpc view of cold atomic and molecular hydrogen in cluster galaxies: it is not just all about stripping

 

Ian Roberts

A Low Frequency Perspective on Ram Pressure Stripping

12:45-14:00

Catered lunch at Churchill College

14:00-14:40

Luca Cortese¹

Understanding the role of environment on the quenching of star formation: a multi-dimensional problem

14:40-15:25

Ariel Werle

Post-starburst galaxies in intermediate redshift clusters

 

Keunho Kim²

A gradual decline of star formation since cluster infall: new kinematic insights into environmental quenching at 0.3 < z < 1.1

 

15:25-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:45

Discussion Session + Final panel discussion