Astro-ph Club

Time : Every Thursday 11 AM
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Organizer : Hyunmi Song
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2019

Date Title First author Speaker Keywords arXiv link
2019/10/10 The Globular Cluster Population of NGC 1052-DF2: Evidence for Rotation Geraint F. Lewis Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1910.02778
2019/10/10 Correlations Between Black Holes and Host Galaxies in the Illustris and IllustrisTNG Simulations Yuan Li Hyunmi Song arXiv:1910.00017
2019/10/10 Clocking the formation of today's largest galaxies: wide field integral spectroscopy of Louise O. V. Edwards Hyowon Kim arXiv:1909.10434
2019/10/10 ALMACAL VI: Molecular gas mass density across cosmic time via a blind search for intervening molecular absorbers Anne Klitsch Byeongha Moon ALMA Archive, ALMA calibrator, CO absorption arXiv:1909.08624
2019/10/10 Prospects for Observing the Cosmic Web in Lyman-α Emission Joris Witstok Seok-Jun Chang arXiv:1905.06954
2019/9/19 A Lower Limit on the Mass of Our Galaxy from the H3 Survey Dennis Zaritsky Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1909.02025
2019/9/19 Gas accretion as fuel for residual star formation in Galaxy Zoo elliptical galaxies Timothy A. Davis Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1909.01230
2019/9/19 Catalogues of Active Galactic Nuclei From Gaia and unWISE Data Yiping Shu Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1909.02010
2019/9/19 Numerical convergence of hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation: the abundance and internal structure of galaxies and their cold dark matter haloes Aaron D. Ludlow Hyunmi Song arXiv:1908.05019
2019/9/19 Resolved Lyman-α properties of a luminous Lyman-break galaxy in a large ionised bubble at z = 6.53 Jorryt Matthee Seok-Jun Chang, Hyunmi Song arXiv:1909.06376
2019/9/19 The Lyman Continuum Escape Survey – II: Ionizing Radiation as a Function of the [OIII]/[OII] Line Ratio Kimihiko Nakajima Byeongha Moon O32 Parameter, LyC escape fraction, LAE arXiv:1909.07396
2019/9/2 Environmental Dependence of Type Ia Supernova Luminosities from the YONSEI Supernova Catalog Young-Lo Kim Hyunmi Song arXiv:1908.10375
2019/9/2 Particle re-acceleration and Faraday-complex structures in the RXC J1314.4-2515 galaxy cluster C. Stuardi Hyowon Kim arXiv:1908.11868
2019/9/2 Mysterious Coherence in Several-Megaparsec Scales Between Galaxy Rotation and Neighbor Motion Joon Hyeop Lee Hyowon Kim arXiv:1908.10972
2019/9/2 New Insights on Ly-alpha and Lyman Continuum Radiative Transfer in the Greenest Peas Anne E. Jaskot Seok-Jun Chang, Hyunmi Song arXiv:1908.09763
2019/8/26 Modeling UV radiation feedback from massive stars: III. Escape of radiation from star-forming giant molecular clouds Jeong-Gyu Kim Hyunmi Song, Kwang-il Seon arXiv:1908.07549
2019/8/26 Infrared interferometric three-dimensional diagnosis of the atmospheric dynamics of the AGB star R Dor with VLTI/AMBER Keichi Ohnaka Byeongha Moon arXiv:1908.06997
2019/8/12 A dominant population of optically invisible massive galaxies in the early Universe T. Wang Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1908.02372
2019/8/12 A young galaxy cluster in the old Universe Tetsuya Hashimoto Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1908.01666
2019/8/12 Integral Field Spectroscopy of Green Peas (I): Disentangling disk-like, turbulence and strong outflow kinematics in SDSSJ083843.63+385350.5 G. Bosch Kwang-il Seong arXiv:1908.03234
2019/8/12 3 things they don't tell you about star clusters Florent Renaud Hyunmi Song arXiv:1908.02301
2019/8/12 The BAO+BBN take on the Hubble tension Mils Schoneberg Hyunmi Song arXiv:1907.11594
2019/8/12 MOS spectroscopy of protocluster candidate galaxies at z=6.5 Rosa Calvi Seok-Jun Chang arXiv:1908.01827
2019/8/5 Observational evidence for a local underdensity in the Universe and its effect on the measurement of the Hubble Constant Hans Boehringer Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1907.12402
2019/8/5 H0LiCOW XIII. A 2.4% measurement of H0 from lensed quasars: 5.3σ tension between early and late-Universe probes Kenneth C. Wong Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1906.04869
2019/8/5 The Carnegie-Chicago Hubble Program. VIII. An Independent Determination of the Hubble Constant Based on the Tip of the Red Giant Branch Wendy L. Freedman Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1907.05922
2019/8/5 Open cluster survey within 1 kpc by the Gaia DR2 Gyuheon Sim Ho Seong Hwang arXiv:1907.06872
2019/8/5 Painting halos from cosmic density fields of dark matter with physically motivated neural networks Doogesh Kodi Ramanah Hyunmi Song reconstruction of DMH distribution from 2LPT using convolutional neural network arXiv:1903.10524
2019/8/5 Sub-kiloparsec Imaging of Lyman-alpha Emission in a Low Mass, Highly Ionized, Gravitationally Lensed Galaxy at z = 1.84 Dawn K. Erb Seok-Jun Chang arXiv:1907.11733
2019/8/5 Discovery of a giant and luminous Lya+CIV+HeII nebula at z=3.326 with extreme emission line ratios R. Marques-Chaves Byeongha Moon arXiv:1907.08486
2019/7/8~29 Break
2019/7/1 Self-consistent proto-globular cluster formation in cosmological simulations of high-redshift galaxies Xiangcheng Ma Jihye Shin arXiv:1906.11261
2019/7/1 Atomic and molecular gas in IllustrisTNG galaxies at low redshift Benedikt Diemer Hyunmi Song arXiv:1902.10714
2019/7/1 RefleX: X-ray absorption and reflection in active galactic nuclei for arbitrary geometries Stéphane Paltani Seok-Jun Chang arXiv:1906.08824
2019/7/1 Cosmological Simulations of Satellites around Isolated Dwarf Galaxies Kyungwon Chun Kyungwon Chun arXiv:1906.08267
2019/6/24 Bootes IV: a new Milky Way satellite discovered in the Subaru Hyper Supreme-Cam Survey and implications for the missing satellite problem Daisuke Homma 송현미 third UFD; 6 MW satellites found whereas the LCDM theory predicts ~2 MW satellites; not missing satellites, but too many satellites? arXiv:1906.07332
2019/6/24 Predicting missing satellites: subhalo abundances in Milky Way-like haloes Catherine E. Fielder 송현미 Without considering the concentration parameter, the missing satellite problem could be exaggerated. arXiv:1807.05180
2019/6/24 A radio ridge connecting two galaxy clusters in a filament of the cosmic web F. Govoni 송현미 arXiv:1906.07584
2019/6/24 The influence of the void environment on the ratio of dark matter halo mass to stellar mass in SDSS MaNGA galaxies Kelly A. Douglass 신윤경 arXiv:1906.08327
2019/6/24 A giant Lya nebula and a small-scale clumpy outflow in the system of the exotic quasar J0952+0114 unveiled by MUSE Raffaella Anna Marino 장석준 arXiv:1906.06347
2019/6/10 Insights into formation scenarios of massive Early-Type galaxies from spatially resolved stellar population analysis in CALIFA Stefano Zibetti 신윤경 Negative metallicity gradient and U-shaped stellar age distribution support two-phase galaxy formation scenario arXiv:1906.02209
2019/6/10 The Most Massive galaxy Clusters (M2C) across cosmic time: link between radial total mass distribution and dynamical state I. Bartalucci 송현미 cluster total mass profile and dynamical state; SZ clusters arXiv:1906.02339
2019/6/10 CHORUS. III. Photometric and Spectroscopic Properties of Lyα Blobs at z=4.9−7.0 Haibin Zhang 장석준 arXiv:1905.09841
2019/6/10 A Giant Intragroup Nebula Hosting a Damped Lya Absorber at z=0.313 Hsiao-Wen Chen 문병하 arXiv:1906.00005
2019/6/3 Origin of the Golden Mass of Galaxies and Black Holes Avishai Dekel 박대성 arXiv:1904.08431
2019/6/3 How Do Galaxies trace a large scale structure?: A case study around a massive protocluster at z=3.13 Ke Shi 문병하, 황호성 arXiv:1905.06337
2019/6/3 CHORUS. III. Photometric and Spectroscopic Properties of Lyα Blobs at z=4.9−7.0 Haibin Zhang 문병하 arXiv:1905.09841
2019/5/20 Spectral observations of the systems with the disturbed spiral arms: Arp 42, Arp 82 and Arp58 Anatoly V. Zasov 신윤경 arXiv:1904.03150
2019/5/20 The fundamental metallicity relation emerges from the local anti-correlation between star formation rate and gas-phase metallicity existing in disk galaxies J. Sanchez Almeida 송현미 local anti-correlation between SFR and metallicity, and fundamental metallicity relation arXiv:1905.05826
2019/5/20 Stronger Constraints on the Evolution of the MBH−σ∗ Relation up to z∼0.6 Remington O. Sexton 송현미 not much evolution up to z~0.6? arXiv:1905.05780
2019/5/20 80 minute light echo signalling a 10,000 solar mass black hole in a bulgeless dwarf galaxy Jong-Hak Woo 황호성 arXiv:1905.00145
2019/5/13 Lyman Radiation Hydrodynamics of Turbulent H II Regions in Molecular Clouds: A Physical Origin of LyC Leakage and the Associated Lyα Spectra Koki Kakiichi 송현미 LyC leakage through HII regions regulated by turbulence and radiative feedback in a GMC arXiv:1905.02480
2019/5/13 A New Class of Changing-Look LINERs Sara Frederick 신윤경 The discovery of six LINERs caught “turning on” arXiv:1904.10973
2019/5/13 Kinematics of CIV and [OIII] emission in luminous high-redshift quasars Liam Coatman 문병하 arXiv:1904.13348
2019/4/29 The minimum metallicity of globular clusters and its physical origin – implications for the galaxy mass-metallicity relation and observations of proto-globular clusters at high redshift J. M. Diederik Kruijssen arXiv:1904.09987
2019/4/29 MIND THE GAP: The Too Big To Fail Problem Resolved Jeremiah P. Ostriker arXiv:1904.10471
2019/4/29 The brightest UV-selected galaxies in protoclusters at z∼4: Ancestors of Brightest Cluster Galaxies? Kei Ito 이종철 arXiv:1904.01597
2019/4/22 Non-thermal X-rays from colliding wind shock acceleration in the massive binary eta Carinae Kenji Hamaguchi 엄정휘 arXiv:1904.09219
2019/4/22 A catalog of the most optically luminous galaxies at z<0.3: super spirals, super lenticulars, super post-mergers, and giant ellipticals Patrick M. Ogle 신윤경 84 Super Spirals and their optical properties arXiv:1904.02806
2019/4/22 Virgo: an unlikely cluster of galaxies because of its environment Jenny G. Sorce 신지혜 arXiv:1904.07253
2019/4/22 Investigating the stellar mass growth histories of satellite galaxies as a function of infall time using phase-space Rory Smith Rory Smith arXiv:1904.07340
2019/4/22 Linking gas and galaxies at high redshift: MUSE surveys the environments of six damped Lya galaxies at z~3 Ruari Mackenzie 문병하 arXiv:1904.07254
2019/4/15 The composite nature of Dust-Obscured Galaxies (DOGs) at z~2-3 in the COSMOS field: II. The AGN fraction Laurie A. Riguccini 송현미 arXiv:1904.04263
2019/4/15 The use of convolutional neural networks for modelling large optically-selected strong galaxy-lens samples James Pearson 김경민 arXiv:1904.06199
2019/4/15 Fast Outflows Identified in Early Star-Forming Galaxies at z=5−6 Yuma Sugahara 문병하 arXiv:1904.03106
2019/4/8 The MASSIVE survey - XI. What drives the molecular gas properties of early-type galaxies Timothy A. Davis 황호성 arXiv:1903.08884
2019/4/8 Major mergers are not the dominant trigger for high-accretion AGNs at z = 2 V. Marian 송현미 arXiv:1904.00037
2019/4/8 Probing 3D Structure with a Large MUSE Mosaic: Extending the Mass Model of Frontier Field Abell 370 David J. Lagattuta 신윤경 arXiv:1904.02158
2019/4/1 Evidence of two spectral breaks in the prompt emission of Gamma Ray Bursts M. E. Ravasio 엄정휘 arXiv:1903.02555
2019/4/1 Do Galaxy Morphologies Really Affect the Efficiency of Star Formation during the Phase of Galaxy Transition? Shuhei Koyama 이종철 arXiv:1903.03505
2019/4/1 Probing IGM accretion onto faint Lyα emitters at z~2.8 Fakhri S. Zahedy 문병하, 송현미 arXiv:1903.09645
2019/3/25 The Cosmic Ballet II: Spin alignment of galaxies and haloes with large-scale filaments in the EAGLE simulation Punyakoti Ganeshaiah Veena 신지혜 arXiv:1903.06716
2019/3/25 Imprints of Mass Assembly History on the Shape of the Intracluster Medium and the Tx-M relation Huanqing Chen 신지혜 arXiv:1903.08662
2019/3/25 Quenching low-mass satellite galaxies: evidence for a threshold ICM density Ian D Roberts 이종철 arXiv:1902.02820
2019/3/25 Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): Timescales for galaxies crossing the green valley S. Phillipps 송현미 arXiv:1903.07675
2019/3/25 Initial Mass Function Variation in two Elliptical Galaxies using Near-Infrared Tracers R. Elliot Meyer 송현미 arXiv:1903.08323
2019/3/25 Lyman Alpha Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization (LAGER): Spectroscopic Confirmation of Two Redshift~7.0 Galaxies Huan Yang 문병하 arXiv:1903.09047
2019/1/28 ~ 2/8 Break
2019/1/14 The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey. VIII. Demographics of Bulges along the Hubble Sequence Hua Gao 신윤경 barred and unbarred spiral galaxies have similar bulge prominence arXiv:1901.03195
2019/1/9 The MASSIVE Survey - XII Connecting Stellar Populations of Early-Type Galaxies to Kinematics and Environment Jenny E. Greene 신윤경 a strong correlation between the kurtosis of the line of sight velocity distribution (h4) and the stellar population parameters beyond Re arXiv:1901.01271