Workshop Posters
June 17 - 20, 2013 (Monday - Thursday)
1.Hector Aceves, Instituto de Astronomia, UNAM
A high redshift LCDM cosmological simulation
2.Rodrigo A Canas, Instituto de Astronomia, UNAM
High redshift simulations and subhalos
3.Benedikt Diemer, University of Chicago
Modeling the evolution of the stellar mass-halo mass relation
4.Denis Erkal, University of Chicago
Constraints on galaxy formation and feedback from Damped Lyman Alpha systems
5.Robert Feldmann, Berkeley
The link between the star formation - gas relation and the equilibrium mode of galaxy evolution
6.Jonathan Freundlich, LERMA, Observatoire de Paris
Towards a resolved Kennicutt - Schmidt law at high redshift
7.Roberto Gonzalez, University of Chicago
The Milky Way and Local Group mass
8.Yuko Kakazu, University of Chicago, KICP
COSMOS-DEIMOS: Metallicity and Kinematics Studies of Star-Forming Galaxies at 0 < z < 6
9.Jaswant Kumar, National Astronomical Observatory, CAS- Beijing
Effect of interaction and environment on galaxy properties
10.Heidi Lietzen, Tartu Observatory
Galaxies in groups within the supercluster-void network
11.Marilena Loverde, University of Chiago
Neutrinos in large-scale structure
12.Jorge Moreno, University of Victoria
Close Galaxy Pairs: Insights from Cosmological Simulations
13.Sergey Pilipenko, Lebedev Physical Institute
Effect of small-scale density perturbations on the formation of dark matter halo profiles
14.Jennifer Piscionere, Vanderbilt
Modeling the Very Small Scale Angular Clustering of SDSS Galaxies
15.Tanja Rindler-Daller, The University of Texas at Austin
Cosmology and Structure Formation with Scalar-Field Dark Matter
16.Francisco Tamayo, Universidad Naciolnal Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)
Intragroup Dark Matter Distribution in Small Galaxy Group-Like systems
17.Sarah Tuttle, McDonald Observatory
VIRUS and detecting the IGM
18.Yuanyuan Zhang, University of Michigan
Studying Galaxy Filaments Through Stacking gmBCG Galaxy Cluster Pairs