Abstract

The Formation of Galaxy Clusters and the Evolution of Their Galaxies at 0
Galaxy Clusters Near and Far
Adam Muzzin
Cambridge
Galaxy clusters the most massive structures in the universe and their mass growth provides a unique test for cosmological models of structure formation. Clusters are also the location where many galaxies have their star formation strongly truncated, and this process is still poorly understood. I will review the latest results on the growth of stellar mass in clusters as well as he evolution of cluster galaxies over the last ~9 Gyr of cosmic time.

Schedule

09:00 - 10:30
09:00
Thursday
EX - LT3 (320)

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