Friday 9th May 2014
Organiser: Elizabeth Stanway (Warwick)
Our understanding of galaxies in the distant Universe is steadily developing, driven by ever more sensitive observations and advances in instrumentation, as well as by advances in theory and modelling. A number of ‘deep’ surveys, probing the faint fluxes required for discovery and analysis of distant galaxies, are currently under way. These can be enhanced by detailed follow-up of interesting targets across a broad wavelength range. By combining data from a diverse range of studies we are now able to build up something approaching a coherent picture of the star forming galaxies that emitted their light in the first two billion years after the Big Bang, but inevitably with such challenging work, many questions concerning their properties, influence and evolution remain unanswered.
This informal workshop will discuss existing and future work on this field both in the UK and abroad, and seek to foster new and encourage existing collaborative research between interested academics and researchers in this subject area.
Registration of Interest (deadline Friday 11th April)
Space is limited. Please register interest and we will respond by email regarding your placement by 17th April at the latest.
There is no fee, and limited funds may be available to support travel for some attendees. Accommodation can be arranged for one night before or after for those travelling from long distances.
10am- start- Introductory talks
11am- Coffee break
11.30am- Informal talks and discussions
2pm- Informal talks and discussions
4.00- Informal talks and discussions
Physical Sciences PS0.17a and PS1.28
Please follow the link to the interactive campus map
Venue and Accommodation
There is no fee, and limited funds may be available to support travel.
Accommodation can be arranged on campus for one night before or after for those travelling from long distances. When registering interest please indicate whether accomododation will be required.
|Elizabeth Stanway||Kayleigh Lampard|
|+44(0)2476 150945||+44(0)2476 150287|
|Department of Physics||Department of Physics|
|University of Warwick||University of Warwick|
|CV4 7AL||CV4 7AL|