Galaxy Evolution and Environment - Key Dates
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Posters

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Congratulations to our three poster prize winners:
1st place: Dennis Just (Steward Observatory), "Evolution of the S0 Fraction vs. Environment"
2nd place: Yusei Koyama (University of Tokyo), "Galaxy Evolution in Cluster Outskirts at z~0.8"
3rd place: Yara Jaffe (University of Nottingham), "Formation and evolution of early-type galaxies in clusters"

Dennis Just Yusei Koyama Yara Jaffe


Talks

Monday
Duncan Forbes (Invited Talk 1): Conference Introduction
Eric Peng: Environment and the Formation of Globular Cluster Systems
Martin Bureau: Disk Growth and Star Formation in Local Early-Type Galaxies: Multiwavelength Insights
Sperello di Serego Alighieri: The HI content of early type galaxies in an evolutionary context
Aeree Chung: HI Stripping and Galaxy Evolution in the Virgo Cluster
Kenji Bekki (Invited talk 2): Simulating environmental effects: Stripping, interaction, and feedback
Daniel Nestor: Unbiased Studies of Galactic Outflows
George Hau: The search for Hermaphrodite Galaxies - galaxies undergoing "inverse" morphological transformation
Mike Hudson: Red galaxies: When, where and why did their star formation shut off?
Tom Hughes: The migration from the blue to red sequence of local spirals: internal or environmental process?
Simon Lilly: zCOSMOS: The role of environment on galaxy evolution

Tuesday
Richard Bower (Invited talk 3): The complex web of galaxy ecology
Darren Croton: The co-evolution of galaxies and AGN, from voids to the field
Arif Babul: Working Up the Hierarchy: Impact of Galaxy Formation on Groups and Clusters of Galaxies
Jong-Hak Woo: Environmental dependence of AGN activity
Omar Almaini: Witnessing the build-up of the red sequence
Alessandro Rettura: Probing structural and stellar populations evolution out to the densest environments at z~1.3: Star Formation Histories and Sizes of massive early-type galaxies in field, groups and cluster environments.
Pierre-Alain Duc: Probing different links between environment and internal evolution of galaxies with kinematical data; also available are multiwavelength images of colliding systems
Alfonso Aragon-Salamanca: The evolution of the Brightest Cluster Galaxies from the ESO Distant Cluster Survey (EDisCS)
Betsy Barton (Invited talk 4): Small galaxy groupings: triggered star formation and quenching
Tomotsugo Goto: The physical origin of local E+A (post-starburst) galaxies
Warrick Couch: Kinematic deconstruction of E+A galaxies
Cheng-Jiun Ma: The spatial distribution of starburst and post-starburst galaxies in cluster at z>0.5

Wednesday
Chris Conselice (Invited talk 5): Observing the formation of massive galaxies
Aday Robaina: Less than 15 percent of star formation in massive galaxies is triggered by major interactions
Matthew Colless: Variation with environment of the Fundamental Plane in the 6dF Galaxy Survey
Michele Cirasuolo: Galaxy formation and evolution: the far-IR/sub-mm view
Amelie Saintonge: Tracing Dusty Star Formation Across Redshift and Environment with MIPS 24 micron Imaging
Emeric Le Floc'h: The environment of IR-luminous galaxies and their role in galaxy evolution

Thursday
Pat Cote (Invited talk 6): The Properties of Galaxies in the Virgo and Fornax Clusters: What We've Learned
Sara Ellison: The mass-metallicity relation and its dependence on environment
Michael Cooper: Understanding the Role of Environment in the Mass-Metallicity Relation
Mike Balogh (Invited talk 7): Galaxy groups and intermediate-density environments
Jesper Rasmussen: Relating galaxy properties to environment: A deep, multi-wavelength study of 25 galaxy groups
Lourdes Verdes Montenegro: Atomic and molecular gas versus SF in extremely HI deficient compact groups
Chris Haines: LoCuSS: Exploring the connection between hierarchical assembly and starburst activity in galaxy clusters at z=0.2
Anna Gallazzi: Obscured star formation in intermediate-density environments
Chiara Ferrari: The effects of cluster environment on the star formation properties of cluster members: comparison of multi-wavelength observations and numerical simulations
John Mulchaey: The Importance of Strangulation and Ram-Pressure Stripping in Groups and Clusters
Lidia Tasca: Following the build-up of the morphology-density relation up to z~1
Howard Yee: The Evolution of Cluster Galaxies from the Red-Squence Cluster Survey

Friday
Bianca Poggianti (Invited talk 8): Star formation histories and environment
Taddy Kodama: Build-up of the red-sequence of galaxies through cosmic time and across environment
Sean Moran: The Distribution and Abundance of Quenched Spirals in Clusters at z~0.2
David Wilman: Morphological composition of z~0.4 groups: The site of S0 formation
Steven Bamford: Galaxy Zoo: insights into galaxy evolution from a million morphologies
Ramin Skibba: Disentangling the Environmental Dependence of Morphology and Color: Implications for the Evolution of Central and Satellite Galaxies
Kim-Vy Tran (Invited talk 9): Why does environment matter?
Rory Smith: The combined effects of ram pressure stripping, and tidal influences on Virgo cluster dwarf galaxies, using N-body/SPH simulations
Sugata Kaviraj: The evolution of early-type galaxies over the last 8 billion years: insights from the rest-rame UV
Richard Ellis: Invited talk: Conference summary

Participants
Aday Robaina, MPIA
Aeree Chung, NRAO
Alessandro Rettura, UC Davis / Johns Hopkins University
Alfonso Aragon-Salamanca, University of Nottingham
Alister Graham, Swinburne
Amanda Bauer, University of Nottingham
Amelie Saintonge, University of Zurich
Anna Gallazzi, MPIA
Arif  Babul, University of Victoria
Asa Bluck, University of Nottingham
Audrey Galametz, ESO Garching, DE
Betsy Barton, UC Irvine
Bianca Poggianti, INAF - Astronomical Observatory of Padova
Boris Hausler, University of Nottingham
Caroline Foster, Swinburne University of Techonology
Cheng-Jiun Ma, Institute for Astronomy, UH
Chiara Ferrari, Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur
Chiara Feruglio, CEA, France
Chris Conselice, University of Nottingham
Chris Haines, University of Birmingham
Christian Struve, ASTRON
Christian Wolf, Oxford University
Claudio Grillo, Universitaets-Sternwarte der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (USM)
Daniel Nestor, IoA Cambridge
Darren Croton, Swinburne University
David Wake, University of Durham
David Wilman, Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE)
Dawn Erb, University of California Santa Barbara
Dennis Just, Steward Observatory
Duncan Forbes, Swinburne University
Edward Taylor, Sterrewacht Leiden, Leiden University
Elke Roediger, Jacobs University Bremen
Emeric Le Floc'h, University of Hawaii
Eric Peng, Peking University
Frazer Pearce, University of Nottingham
George Hau, Swinburne University
Graziano Rossi, Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)
Gregory Novak, Princeton University
Goetz Hoeppe, Universitat Konstanz
Hector Bravo-Alfaro, Departamento de Astronomia, Universidad de Guanajuato
Howard Yee, Univ. of Toronto
I-hui Li, Swinburne University of Technology
Ingo Misgeld, ESO, Germany
Jean-Christophe Mauduit, Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur
Jennifer Connelly, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
Jesper Rasmussen, Carnegie Observatories
Jiasheng Huang, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
John Mulchaey, Carnegie Observatories
Jong-Hak Woo, University of California Los Angeles
Katarina Kovac, Institute of Astronomy, ETH Zuerich
Kelley Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kenji Bekki, University of New South Wales
Kim-Vy Tran, University of Zurich
Leonid Gurvits, Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe
Lidia Tasca, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
Lihwai Lin, ASIAA
Lourdes Verdes-Montenegro, Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia
Maarten Baes, Universiteit Gent
Maria Pereira, Columbia University
Marie Martig, CEA, France
Marie-Helene Nicol, MPIA 
Maritza Arlene Lara Lopez, Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC)
Martin Bureau, University of Oxford
Matt Owers, Swinburne University of Technology
Matthew Colless, Anglo-Australian Observatory
Meghan Gray, University of Nottingham
Michael Balogh, University of Waterloo
Michael Cooper, University of Arizona
Michael Merrifield, University of Nottingham
Michele Cirasuolo, Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
Mike Hudson, University of Waterloo
Nina  Hatch, University of Leiden
O. Ivy Wong, Yale University
Olivier Le Fevre, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
Omar Almaini, University of Nottingham
Pat Cote, Rutgers University
Paula Brochado, Centro de Astrofisica da Universidade do Porto
Pavel Jachym, Astronomical Institute, Prague
Pierre-Alain Duc, AIM, CEA-Saclay
Premana Premadi, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Ramin Skibba, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Ravi Sheth, University of Pennsylvania
Richard Bower, Durham University
Richard Ellis, Oxford University
Robert Chuter, The University of Nottingham
Rory Smith, Cardiff
Rosalind Skelton, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Russell Smith, University of Durham
Ruth Grutzbauch, University of Nottingham
Samantha Penny, University of Nottingham
Sara Ellison, University of Victoria
Sean Moran, Johns Hopkins University
Sebastien Foucaud, University of Nottingham
Simon Lilly, ETH Zurich
Sonia Giovanna Temporin, CEA Saclay, DSM/IRFU/SAp
Sperello di Serego Alighieri, INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri
Stefano Zibetti, MPIA Heidelberg
Steven Bamford, University of Nottingham
Sugata Kaviraj, University of Oxford
Sungsoo S. Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea
Tadayuki Kodama, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Tom Hughes, Cardiff University
Tomotsugu  Goto, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii 
Trevor Mendel, Swinburne University of Technology
Warrick Couch, Swinburne University
Will Hartley, University of Nottingham
Yara Jaffe, The University of Nottingham
Yusei Koyama, University of Tokyo


 
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