Last updated: 19/09/2013 (94 confirmed participants)



Presentation Title

James Allison University of Sydney Detecting the cold neutral gas in young radio galaxies.
Sung-Ho An Yonsei University Searching for Fly-by Encounters of Galaxies in Cosmological Simulations
Veronica Arias University of Sydney A dynamical study of the vast thin plane of corotating dwarf galaxies orbiting the Andromeda galaxy.
Julie Banfield CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science The environmental impact on the powerful radio galaxy NGC 612 (PKS 0131-36)
Amanda Bauer Australian Astronomical Observatory Low-Mass Galaxies are Bursting for Attention
Fuyan Bian Australian National University Gas inflow and Cosmic Star formation Efficiency Beyond z=3
Sarah Bird University of Turku Testing a velocity dispersion model of the Milky Way Halo's stars
Joss Bland-Hawthorn University of Sydney Stochastic nature of feedback processes in galaxies
Jessica Bloom University of Sydney
Nicolas Bonne Monash University What Shapes the Local Galaxy Luminosity Function?
Kelly Borden Adler Planetarium --
Michael Brown Monash University Star Formation in Red Spiral Galaxies
Julia Bryant Sydney Uni --
Russell Cannon Australian Astronomical Observatory --
Pierluigi Cerulo Swinburne University of Technology Morphological Transformation of Red Sequence Galaxies in High Redshift Galaxy Clusters
Carol Christian STScI (Invited) The impact of Citizen science outreach and education
Hoseung Choi Yonsei University On the origin of tidal features in cluster galaxies
Aeree Chung Yonsei University (Invited) Environmentally driven evolution
Matthew Colless Australian National University (Invited) Conference Summary
Jordan Collier University of Western Sydney Constraining the Evolutionary Path of the Youngest Radio Galaxies Using Radio Morphology
Scott Croom University of Sydney (Invited) Integral field unit surveys
Jake Crossett Monash University UV Bright Red Sequence Cluster Galaxies: Their Environment and Morphology
Darren Croton Swinburne University (Invited) New simulations in galaxy evolution
Rebecca DaviesAustralian National UniversityNature or nurture? The relationship between star formation and AGN activity in NGC7130
Roger DaviesUniversity of Oxford(Invited) The importance of morphology for galaxy evolution
Helga DenesSwinburne University of TechnologyFinding galaxies with unusual HI content
Tim DolleyMonash UniversityA Signature of Merger Driven Star Formation in Spiral Galaxies
Sara EllisonUniversity of VictoriaFrom mergers to post-mergers: a complete view of the galaxy interaction sequence
David FisherSwinburne Institute of TechnologyWhat Is a Pseudobulge, and Why Should I Care?
Karl GlazebrookSwinburne University of Technology(Invited) Fundamental problems in galaxy evolution
Gregory GoldsteinUWS--
Thiago GoncalvesUniversidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroSecular Evolution in the Green Valley
Alister GrahamSwinburne University of TechnologyClues to Galaxy Evolution from Galaxy Structure, and the M_bh-M_bulge relation
Sebastian HaanCSIRO Astronomy & Space ScienceThe HST GOALS Survey: Probing the Morphology and Evolution of (U)LIRGs
Andreas HerzogRuhr-University Bochum/Macquarie/CSIRO
Robert HollowCSIRO Astronomy and Space Science--
Andrew HopkinsAustralian Astronomical Observatory(Invited) Multi-wavelength morphology and galaxy evolution studies
Ashley HydeImperial College LondonA new morphological catalogue of ~12,000 IRAS galaxies: setting the z=0 baseline for star-forming galaxies
Inchan JiYonsei UniversityOn the evolution of observable properties of 1:1 merger remnants
Amit KapadiaZooniverse / Adler Planetarium
Jeyhan KartaltepeNOAOMorphological Classification of Galaxies in CANDELS
Sugata Kaviraj Imperial College London Are major mergers important?
William Keel University of Alabama Fading AGN and backlit galaxies - finding the rare and unexpected with Galaxy Zoo
Suk Kim Chungnam National University The Extended Virgo Cluster Catalog
Iraklis Konstantopoulos Australian Astronomical Observatory The Morphological Transformation of Galaxies in Compact Groups
Baerbel Koribalski ATNF Tracing the outer edges of galaxy disks
Kyler Kuehn Australian Astronomical Observatory StarBugs: a New Technology for Galaxy Survey Instruments
Maritza Lara-Lopez Australian Astronomical Observatory Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): The connection between metals, specific SFR and H I gas in galaxies: the Z-SSFR relation
Chris Lintott Oxford University (Invited) Scientific impact of Galaxy Zoo
John Lopez University of New South Wales The Chemistry and Kinematics of Molecular Clouds near Sagittarius A*
Angel Lopez-Sanchez Australian Astronomical Observatory / Macquarie University Neutral gas in Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies
Jennifer Lotz STScI (Invited) Quantifying galaxy morphology
Glen Mackie Swinburne University of Technology --
Smriti Mahajan University of Queensland The parameter space of local dwarf galaxies in GAMA
Millicent Maier Sydney Observatory --
Karen Masters ICG, University of Portsmouth (Invited) Secular processes and evolutionary paths
Naomi McClure-Griffiths CASS
Thomas Melvin ICG, Portsmouth Galaxy Zoo: Evolution of the bar fraction over the last eight billion years from HST COSMOS
Karin Menendez-Delmestre Valongo Observatory, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) Bar Morphology As A Function Of Wavelength: A Local Baseline For High-Redshift Studies
Ivan Minchev Astrophysical Institute Potsdam (AIP) Inferring the formation and evolution of disk galaxies from their morphology
Manuel Emilio Moreno Raya CIEMAT Elemental Abundances on Galaxies hosting type Ia SN
Sho Nakamura Tohoku University Construction of Global Magnetic Field Structure Model in Disk Galaxies with Three Dimensional Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations: Effects of Steady Spiral Arms
Bob Nichol ICG Portsmouth
Andrew O'Brien University of Western Australia
Seulhee Oh Yonsei University The role of galactic bars on central star formation and AGN
Camilla Pacifici Yonsei University Observatory The Rise and Fall of the Star Formation Histories of Blue Galaxies at Redshifts 0.2
Edward Paget Adler Planetarium Web Developer
Kevin Pimbblet Monash University The role of stellar mass and environment for cluster blue fraction, AGN, and star formation
Vincenzo Pota Swinburne University Extragalactic globular clusters: the fossil record of galaxy formation
Soo-Chang Rey Chungnam National University, South Korea Ubiquitous Early-type Dwarf Galaxies with Blue Centers in the Ursa Major Cluster
Stuart Ryder Australian Astronomical Observatory
Jenna Ryon University of Wisconsin-Madison Connections between Galaxy Morphology and Star Cluster Populations in Nearby Spirals
Adam Schaefer University of Sydney --
Kevin Schawinski ETH Zurich (Invited) The role of AGN feedback
Nicholas Scott University of Sydney Kinematic morphology and it's relationship to local and global environment
Paolo Serra ASTRON, CSIRO/CASS HI discs in early-type galaxies
Nick Seymour CSIRO/CASS
Stas Shabala University of Tasmania Connecting black hole activity and star formation with Galaxy Zoo
Brooke Simmons University of Oxford Secular Growth of Galaxies and Supermassive Black Holes
Chris Snyder Adler Planetarium (Invited) What the Zooniverse can do for you
Veronica Strazzullo CEA Saclay Early-type galaxies in a cluster at z=2
Eon-Chang Sung Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) Census of Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies from SDSS DR7
Thorsten Tepper-Garcia Potsdam University
Chiara Tonini Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne Ordered versus random motions, the morphology dependence of the Tully-Fisher relation and the Fundamental Manifold of spiral galaxies.
Christopher Usher Swinburne University of Technology The Sizes of Globular Clusters in NGC 4278
Kevin Vinsen ICRAR A BOINC based project for Spectral Energy Distribution fitting
Anna Weigel ETH Zurich --
Kyle Willett University of Minnesota Galaxy Zoo 2: quantifying detailed morphologies for 300,000 galaxies in the SDSS
Christian Wolf Mt Stromlo Observatory, ANU Canberra The SkyMapper View of Red Spirals
Ivy Wong CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (Invited) Case Study: Radio Galaxy Zoo
Sukyoung Yi Yonsei University Major mergers on massive early-type galaxies in clusters
Tye Young RSAA, ANU Multi-wavelength properties of Dwarf galaxies in the Local Volume I. Deep Near-Infrared Surface Photometry and Properties

© 2013 Julie Banfield | Template design by and Tor Lundberg