Galaxy Transformation Across Space and Time - The 3rd Australia-ESO Meeting

Published: 30 Mar 2023

Galaxies transform throughout their lifetimes as a result of internal processes, interactions with other galaxies, their environments, and the cosmic web. The interplay of these processes alters the distribution of properties used to characterise the galaxy population. Understanding the impact and relative importance of the interplay of these processes is critical to galaxy evolution as whole.This conference will aim at connecting observations and simulations of galaxy transformations across cosmic time.

The conference will place a particular focus on the following questions:

  • How does environment shape the star-formation history of galaxies?
  • How do we connect galaxy populations across epochs?
  • What is the environmental impact on redistributing angular momentum?
  • How do stellar and AGN feedback regulate the gas-star formation cycle at z~0?

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: 1 May 2023
  • Program announcement, registration opens: 1 June 2023
  • Meeting: 4-8 September 2023

More information can be found on the conference website