|The Australia Telescope National Facility Colloquium|
|15:00-16:00 Fri 28 Jun 2019|
Marsfield lecture theatre
(INAF - Istituto di Radioastronomia)
Isabella Prandoni: Galaxy evolution from a radio perspective: lesson learned from extra-galactic deep fields
A wealth of new data from upgraded and new radio interferometers are rapidly improving and transforming our understanding of the faint extra-galactic radio sky. The unexpected detection of large numbers of RQ AGNs, traditionally studied at optical/IR or X-ray wavelengths, opens new exciting perspectives for deep radio-continuum surveys, providing a unique and powerful dust/gas-obscuration-free tool to get a global census of both star formation and AGN activity up to high redshifts; hence tracing the apparently simultaneous evolution of stellar populations and black hole growth in galaxies.
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