Program

The conference programme is available now. For the poster sparklers, 2 min for each presentation are allocated. You can either present the poster as it is or make 2-3 slides. The posters will be hung all five days of the conference to provide the maximum amount of discussions. 

The presentations and posters have been made available on Zenodo link. Please find the abstracts and talks using the link below:

https://zenodo.org/communities/esoaus2019

 

Programme

Conference Kick-off: Sunday, 17 February 2019

5:00 – 8:00pm

Conference Registration and Reception

                                                               Day 1: Monday, 18 February 2019

9:00 – 9:30am

Opening Remarks by Fred Watson (DIIS) and Eric Emsellem (ESO)

 

9:30 9:55am

Current/Future ESO/Australia surveys and instruments

IFS surveys and the synergy with ESO capabilities (Julia Bryant)

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

10:30 10:55am

10:55 11:20am

11:20 11:45am

11:45 12:10pm

12:10 12:25pm

12:25 12:30pm

Current/Future ESO/Australia surveys and instruments

Unravelling Galaxy Evolution With The Next Generation of Redshift Surveys (Luke Davies)

Wallaby Early Science Results (Lister Staveley-Smith)

ESO's current and future instrumentation (Joel Vernet)

Current and Future ESO surveys (Magda Arnaboldi)

MAVIS: A new MCAO-Assisted Visible Imager and Spectrograph for the Very Large Telescope (Richard McDermid)

Poster sparklers: Jessica Zheng & Connor Bottrell (2 min each)

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 1:55pm

1:55 2:10pm

2:10 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Galaxy formation and evolution throughout cosmic time

Galaxy formation and evolution as seen by integral field spectroscopy (Scott Croom)

Towards Understanding the Origin and Evolution of Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies (Remco van der Burg)

Deciphering the Evolution of Galaxy Kinematics and Large Scale Structure Using Observed Lyman-alpha Relationships (Garry Foran)

Exploring the fossil record of galaxy evolution in clusters: the intracluster light (Mireia Montes)

An HSC view of the CMASS galaxy sample. Halo mass as a function of stellar mass, size and Sérsic index. (Alessandro Sonnenfeld)

Poster sparklers: Michael Cowley & Visal Sok (2 min each)

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 3:55pm

3:55 – 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 4:40pm

4:40 4:55pm

4:55 – 5:10pm

Galaxy formation and evolution throughout cosmic time

Galaxy assembly, outflows and the evolution of disks with IllustrisTNG (Annalisa Pillepich)

Spatially resolving star-forming regions within galaxies in a dense proto-cluster core at z=2.53 (Tomoko Suzuki)

The formation of ultra-compact dwarf galaxies and their black holes in a cosmological simulation (Rebacca Mayes)

Investigating the evolution of galaxies in groups using X-ray observations (Jacob Crossett)

The Baleful Cloud of Numerics Covering Galaxy Formation Simulations (Aaron Ludlow)

Exotic galaxies as tests for hydrodynamical simulations (Christoph Saulder)

Day 2: Tuesday, 19 February 2019

 

9:00 – 9:25am

9:25 – 9:40am

9:40 – 9:55am

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early Universe

Galaxy Formation and Evolution in the Early Universe: A Radio Perspective (Nick Seymour)

High resolution ALMA imaging of SMGs (Bitten Gullberg)

Diffuse Ionised Gas in galaxies: connection to star formation and impact on measurements (Brent Groves)

Connecting observations of the first galaxies and the Epoch of Reionisation (Simon Mutch)

Early contributions from sub-L* galaxies to the metals in CGM at z>5 (Gonzalo Diaz)

Poster sparklers: Stuart Ryder & Ramona Augustin (2 min each)

10:30 – 11:00am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 – 11:25am

11:25 – 11:40am

11:40 11:55am

11:55 12:10pm

12:10 12:25pm

12:25 – 12:30pm

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early Universe

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early universe (Michele Trenti)

Massive quiescent galaxies at z~4 (Karl Glazebrook)

Constraining feedback models with Giant Ly-alpha nebulae at z~3 (Gabriele Pezzulli)

Hierarchical fragmentation in high redshift galaxies revealed by hydrodynamical simulations and strong gravitational lensing (Baptiste Faure)

Jeans models in LEGA-C: rotational support at 0.6<z<1.0 (Josha van Houdt)

Poster sparklers: Kirsty Butler & Mina Pak (2 min each)

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 1:55pm

1:55 2:10pm

2:10 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Star formation

Star Formation and Gas in Galaxies (Baerbel Koribalski)

An upclose view of turbulent, clumpy galaxies (Deanne Fisher)

Disentangling galaxy formation through radial gradients (Francesco D'Eugenio)

The importance of realism in image-based deep neural network classifications of interacting galaxies (Connor Bottrell)

Lessons Learned from the Definitive Spectral Atlas of Star-forming Galaxies at Cosmic Noon (Matthew Bayliss)

Poster sparklers: Yusuke Miyamoto & Robert Dzudzar (2 min each)

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 3:55pm

3:33 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 4:40pm

4:40 4:55pm

4:55 – 5:10pm

Star formation

Star formation (Chang-Goo Kim)

Electron density in different environments at redshift 1.6 (Anishya Harshan)

A widespreading Halpha over the compact cold dust continuum in z~2 dusty star-forming galaxies (Chian-Chou Chen)

MUSE reveals metal-enriched absorbers in the CGM of a radio galaxy at z=2.9 (Sthabile Kolwa)

The influence of galaxy morphology, shape and structure on the mean stellar population age and metallicity (Nic Scott)

A molecular view of the cosmic baryon cycle (Anne Klitsch)

Day 3: Wednesday, 20 February 2019

 

9:00 9:25am

9:25 9:40am

9:40 9:55am

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Enrichment of interstellar medium with metals and dust and their effect on star formation

Properties of the interstellar medium and star formation in low-metallicity galaxies (Diane Cormier)

Tracing the mass-metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies at high redshifts using GRB-selected galaxies (Maryam Arabsalmani)

The chemical evolution carousel of spiral galaxies: a 3D view of ISM metallicity with PHANGS-MUSE and TYPHOON (I-Ting Ho)

The gas-to-dust cycle in low metallicity dwarf galaxies using spatially resolved measurements (Sambit RoyChowdhury)

AAO Data Central and your data (Simon O’Toole/Liz Mannering)

Poster sparklers: Giulia Santucci & Hidenori Matsui (2 min each)

10:30 – 11:00am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 11:25am

11:25 11:40am

11:40 –11:55am

11:55 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

12:25 – 12:30pm

Enrichment of interstellar medium with metals and dust and their effect on star formation

Enrichment of ISM with metals and dust and their effect on star formation (Claudia Lagos)

Where are the most ancient stars in the Milky Way today? (Joss Bland-Hawthorn)

A VLT/MUSE analysis of HeIIλ1640 emitters at z=2-4 (Themiya Nanayakkara)

Using [CII] 158 micron Emission from Isolated ISM Phases as an Improved Star-Formation Rate Indicator (Jessica Sutter)

Investigating molecular gas at ~500 pc scales in a star forming disk galaxy at z~2 (Drew Brisbin)

Poster sparklers: Sheona Urquhart, Paul-Frédéric Robert, & Sree Oh (2 min each)

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:45pm

1:45 – 2:00pm

 

2:00 2:25pm

2:25 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Enrichment of interstellar medium with metals and dust and their effect on star formation

The MOSDEF Survey: Probing Resolved Stellar Populations at z~2 using a New Bayesian-defined Morphology Metric (Tara Fetherolf)

PAHs trace the molecular gas in star-forming galaxies(Isabella Cortzen)

Gas in/outflows

Gas Flows within the Circumgalactic Medium(Glenn Kacprzak)

A MUSE-ALMA view of the physics of star formation and feedback at high angular resolution in nearby galaxies (Rebecca McElroy)

Tracing the Milky Way outflow with the 21cm atomic hydrogen emission line (Enrico Di Teodoro)

Poster sparklers: AAO Data Central (5 min)

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 – 3:45pm

3:45 – 4:00pm

4:00 – 4:25pm

4:25 – 4:40pm

4:40 – 4:55pm

4:55 5:10pm

5:10 5:25pm

Gas in/outflows

Properties and Scaling Relations of Ionized Gas Outflows at z~1-3 (Rebecca Davies)

Transition of gas accretion mode in proto-clusters at the cosmic noon (Tadayuki Kodama)

Inflows and outflows in cosmological simulations(Peter Mitchell)

Galactic chimney sweeping: the fate of gas in galaxies (Lilian Garratt-Smithson)

Galaxy morphology, quenching, and mergers in the cluster environment (Sree oh)

Outflows in z~6 quasars (Flora Stanley)

Young stellar populations in the Antennae galaxies (Madusha Gunawardhana)

Day 4: Thursday, 21 February 2019

 

9:00 9:15am

9:15 – 9:30am

 

9:30 9:55am

9:55 10:10am

10:10 10:25am

10:25 10:30am

Gas in/outflows

The MUSE+ALMA Haloes Survey (Aleksandra Hamanowicz)

Galaxy Outflows in the Circumgalactic Medium at Cosmic Noon (Nikki Nielsen)

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics

A 3D view of the intergalactic medium in fluorescent Ly-alpha emission (Sebastiano Cantalupo)

Hi-KIDS: The HI KOALA IFS Dwarf galaxy Survey (Angel Lopez-Sanchez)

Kinematics of low-mass galaxies at 0.6<z<3.5 (Marianne Girard)

Poster sparklers: Di Wang & Rebecca Brown (2 min each)

10:30 – 11:00am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 11:15am

11:15 11:30am

11:30 11:55am

11:55 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

12:25 – 12:30pm

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics

MUSEQuBES CGM Surveys: From Low-z Star-forming Galaxies to High-z Lyman-alpha Emitters (Sowgat Muzahid)

Gas cycle in the innermost part of the Milky Way (Lucia Armillotta)

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics (Rhea-Silvia Remus)

Comparing 3D spectroscopic observations with galaxies from cosmological hydrodynamical simulations (Jesse van de Sande)

Interacting Galaxies on FIRE-2: Effects on the ISM and Size Evolution (Jorge Moreno)

Sparkler: Homeward Bound women leadership project (5 min)

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 1:45pm

1:45 2:00pm

 

2:00 2:25pm

2:25 2:40pm

2:40 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics

Local galaxy kinematics and dark matter content (Duncan Forbes)

An ALMA Study of Gas-Rich Galaxies in z~1.6 Galaxy Clusters (Allison Noble)

Role of galaxy environments and mergers

The role of mergers on galaxy evolution (Sara Ellison)

Impact of environment on molecular gas reservoirs probed in distant cluster and field galaxies (Helmut Dannerbauer)

LoCuSS: Galaxy properties in and around massive clusters at z=0.2 (Matteo Bianconi)

Poster sparklers: Tania Barone & John Kulick (2 min each)

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 3:45pm

3:45 4:00pm

4:00 4:25pm

4:25 4:40pm

4:40 4:55pm

Role of galaxy environments and mergers

From starburst to quiescence: post-starburst galaxies and their large-scale clustering over cosmic time (Aaron Wilkinson)

A3376 cluster-merger system: Impact of dynamic cluster environment on galaxy evolution (Kshitija Kelkar)

Role of galaxy environment and mergers (Yannick Bahe)

Spatially resolved star formation and metallicity profiles in post-merger galaxies from MaNGA (Mallory Thorp)

The environmental dependence of the star-forming main sequence at 1<z<1.5 (Lyndsay Old)

7:00– 10:30pm

Conference Dinner

Day 5: Friday, 22 February 2019

 

9:00 9:15am

9:15 9:30am

 

9:30 9:55am

9:55 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Role of galaxy environments and mergers

The Effects of Diffuse Ionized Gas and Spatial Resolution on Metallicity Gradients (Henry Poetrodjojo)

Mergers at high and low redshift: what massive star clusters tell us (Florent Renaud)

Galaxy assembly and quenching

Gas, star formation and quenching in galaxy clusters and groups (Bianca Poggianti)

Compact star-forming galaxies, a stepping stone to quiescence at z~1-3? (Emily Wisnioski)

Passive galaxies census at z~3 (Chiara D'Eugenio)

Poster sparklers: Amir Ebadati Bazkiaei & Fergus Longbottom (2 min each)

10:30 – 11:00am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 11:25am

11:25 11:50am

11:50 12:05pm

12:05 12:30pm

Galaxy assembly and quenching/Starbursts and AGN triggering mechanism

Galaxy Quenching and Assembly: A Review(Peter Behroozi)

Starbursts and AGN feedback (Martin Sparre)

Quenching of star-formation in cluster galaxies since z~1 (Irene Pintos-Castro)

Starbursts and AGN triggering mechanism (Rodrigo Herrera-Camus)

12:30– 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 1:45pm

1:45 2:00pm

2:00 2:25pm

2:25 2:40pm

2:40 2:55pm

2:55 3:10pm

3:10 3:25pm

3:25 3:40pm

3:40 3:55pm

3:55 – 4:00pm

Starbursts and Active galactic nuclei triggering mechanism/Active galactic nuclei Feedback

IllustrisTNG simulations: Chemical pre-processing of star-forming cluster galaxies over the past 10 billion years (Anshu Gupta)

Structures of Dusty and AGN Host Galaxies (Yu-Yen Chang)

Impact of AGN on Massive Galaxy Evolution: Observational Signatures (Chris Harrison)

Clues on radio AGN feedback at high-redshift from deep radio surveys  (Ivan Delvecchio)

What triggers high-redshift starbursts? New insights from their dust-attenuation (Antonello Calabrò)

AGN-driven ionized gas outflows are usually compact (<100pc) - First systematic results from the Close AGN Reference Survey (Mainak Singha)

A systematic study of multi-phase gas outflows in AGN with the CARS survey (Bernd Husemann)

New evidence for (and against) maintenance-mode AGN feedback at z=0-1 (Ivana Barisic)

Star formation histories of z~1 galaxies in Lega-C (Priscilla Chauke)

Closing Remarks

4:00 – 4:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

The pdf version can be downloaded from here (File type pdf iconProgramme.pdf)