Last updated: 13/09/2022


09:00-09:30 Welcome desk open for registration

09:30-09:40    Roger Davies    Welcome        

The Milky Way and its satellites (CHAIR: Amery Gration):        

09:40-10:10 Nicolas Martin The Milky Way and its satellite as probes of detailed galaxy evolution in a cosmological context
10:10-10:25 Vasily Belokurov Milky Way's turbulent youth before it became a disk
10:25:10:35 Ethan Taylor Globular clusters and Dwarf galaxies within EDGE and comparisons to observational data
10:35-10:45 Ralph Schoenrich What's new with slowing bars
10:45-10:55 Marcin Semczuk Age-morphology dependence of the Milky Way boxy/peanut bulge seen in variable stars
10:55-11:30 COFFEE BREAK  


The environment in which galaxies live and interact with each other (CHAIR: Anastasia Ponomareva)  

11:30-12:00 Romeel Davé Galaxies in Their Cosmic Environments: Perspectives from Simulations
12:00-12:15 Rita Tojeiro The galaxy-halo connection in the cosmic web
12:15-12:30 Ilaria Ruffa The role of the large-scale environment in determining the origin of cold gas in nearby early-type galaxies
12:30-13:30 LUNCH BREAK  
13:30-13:40 Nicole Thomas Environments of the radio galaxy population in SIMBA: Predictions from cosmological simulations in the era of SKA
13:40-13:50 Ignacio Martín-Navarro Anisotropic satellite galaxy quenching modulated by black hole activity
13:50-14:00 John Stott Evidence for anisotropic quenching in massive galaxy clusters at z ~ 0.5
14:00-14:15 FLASH TALKS 4x3 mins Tutku Kolcu, Thomas Cornish, Harry George Chittenden, Daniel Cornwell


Local and near-by galaxies: morphology, mass and light structure, kinematics and stellar populations 1 (CHAIR: Chiara Spiniello)

14:15-14:45 Bianca Poggianti Dissecting star-forming galaxies at low-redshift with integral-field spectroscopy
14:45-15:00 Sugata Kaviraj AGN in nearby dwarf galaxies: the important role of AGN in dwarf galaxy evolution 
15:00-15:30 TEA BREAK  
15:30-15:45 Russell Smith Bridging the gap between resolved and unresolved galaxies with poisson fluctuation spectroscopy
15:45-16:00 Claudia Maraston Stellar population models with 60,000 empirical stellar spectra
16:00-16:15 Michael Merrifield  Reconstructing Galaxy Evolution using Spectral Fitting
16:15-16:25 Stephanie Campbell Incorporating Cold Gas into Dynamical Models of Galaxies in MaNGA
16:25-16:35 FLASH TALKS 3x3 Mins Daniela Barrientos, Izzy Gray, James Angthopo


18:00 - Public Lecture - Martin Wood Theatre

19:45 - Workshop Dinner - Christ Church



Local and near-by galaxies: morphology, mass and light structure, kinematics and stellar populations 2 (CHAIR: Chiara Spiniello)

09:30-09:45 Timothy Davis The role of galaxy structure in shaping the ISM and regulating star formation in galaxy centres
09:45-10:00 Adriano Poci Orbital Assembly Histories of Nearby Galaxies
10:00-10:15 Mike Walmsley  Galaxy Zoo: New Tools, New Questions
10:15-10:25 Louis Quilley Aging of galaxies along the morphological sequence
10:25-10:35 Tariq Yasin Inferring dark matter halo properties for HI-selected galaxies
10:35-10:50 FLASH TALKS 3x3 mins Eric Liang, Constanza Muñoz López, Gabriel Maheson, 
10:50-11:30 COFFE BREAK  


From z=0 to Cosmic Noon (CHAIRS: Martin Rey & Aprajita Verma)

11:30-11:45 Stijn Wuyts Scaling relations, feedback and structural evolution of galaxies from z~2 to the present day 
11:45-11:55 Bodo Ziegler  Evolution of cluster disk galaxies to z=1.5
11:55-12:05 Tilly Evans Observing EAGLE galaxies with JWST: predictions for Milky Way progenitors and their building blocks
12:05-12:15 Nicholas Amos Baryonic content of cluster galaxies at z>1, resolved spectroscopy and morphology
12:15-12:25 Lizzie Taylor The role of mass and environment in the build up of the quenched galaxy population since cosmic noon
12:25-13:30 LUNCH BREAK  


 The high-z Universe (CHAIRS: Martin Rey & Aprajita Verma)

13:30-14:00 James Dunlop Galaxies in the young universe
14:00-14:15 Stephen Wilkins Comparing observations and simulations of the Distant Universe
14:15-14:25 Elena Dalla Bonta' Deriving black hole masses in quasars
14:25-14:35 Nathan Adams High-z lessons learned in the early days of JWST
14:35-14:45 Niranjan Thatte Galaxy evolution with HARMONI@ELT: combining simulations & observations
14:45-15:00 FLASH TALKS 2x3 Mins Francisco Rodriguez Montero,  Julie Wardlow
15:00-15:30 TEA BREAK  
15:30-15:45 Sadegh Khochfar The role of nature vs nurture in high redshift galaxy evolution
15:45-15:55 Callum Witten Unveiling the properties of the first galaxies: A stacking view
15:55-16:05 William Roper The size evolution of galaxies in the First Light And Reionisation Epoch Simulations (FLARES) 
16:05-16:15 Pascale Desmet Determining the ionisation state of the ISM in z~4.5 SMGs using [CII] and [NII] fine structure lines
16:15-16:25 Andrew Blain GRB tracers of star formation
16:30-17:00 Ralf Bender & Roger Davies Concluding remarks


DAY 1 14:00 
Tutku Kolcu: Quantifying the role of ram pressure stripping of galaxies within galaxy groups
Thomas Cornish: Exploring the environments of SMGs: a wide-field narrowband study
Harry George Chittenden: Modelling the galaxy-halo connection with semi-recurrent neural networks
Daniel Cornwell: Forecasting the success of next generation wide-field spectroscopic surveys in extracting cosmic web filaments around galaxu clusters

DAY 1 16:25
Daniela Barrientos: Synthetic spectroscopic observations: an exploration of the biases in the measured dynamical state of galaxies.
Izzy Gray: EDGE: The Formation of Nucleated Dwarfs via Self-quenching Starbursts
James Angthopo: Evaluation of state-of-the-art simulation with novel definition of transitioning galaxies

DAY 2 10:35    
Eric Liang: Conditions of giant molecular clouds in passive lenticular galaxy NGC1387
Constanza Muñoz López: Spatially resolved kinematics of intermediate redshift galaxies from MUSE-Wide survey.
Gabriel Maheson: The evolution of the dust attenuation scaling relations

DAY 2 14:45 
Francisco Rodriguez Montero: Cosmic ray feedback: a missing player in the tension between observed and simulated galaxies
Lizzie Taylor: The role of mass and environment in the build up of the quenched galaxy population since cosmic noon
Julie Wardlow: Measuring the dust emission from Lyman-alpha emitters using submillimetre data