13 zoekresultaten voor “galaxies” in de Publieke website
Some Assembly Required: The Structural Evolution and Mass Assembly of Galaxies at z
This thesis investigates the structural evolution and assembly of galaxies since the first few billions years after the big bang.
Early death of massive galaxies in the distant universe
Promotor: M. Franx, Co-Promotor: I.F. Labbé
Reconstructing Magnetic Fields of Spiral Galaxies from Radiopolarimetric Observations
Promotor: H.J.A. Röttgering, Co-promotor: M. Haverkorn
Facets of radio-loud AGN evolution: a LOFAR surveys perspective
Promotor: H.J.A. Rottgering, Co-Promotor: R.J. van Weeren
Radio galaxies at low frequencies: high spatial and spectral resolution studies with LOFAR
Promotor: H.J.A. Röttgering, Co-promotor: G.K. Miley
Star formation and aging at cosmic noon: the spectral evolution of galaxies from z=2
Promotores: Prof.dr. M. Franx, Prof.dr. P.G. van Dokkum (Yale University)
Studying dark matter using weak gravitational lensing : from galaxies to the cosmic web
Of all the mass in our Universe, 80% is thought to consist of a hypothetical and invisible substance called dark matter (DM).
Astrophysical plasma modeling of the hot Universe: Advances and challenges in high-resolution X-ray spectroscopy
Hot astrophysical plasma is ubiquitous in the Universe, from comets in our Solar system to the largest scale structures -- the cosmic web filaments. These hot plasmas, with the temperature of a few millions of degrees, are often observed in the X-ray wavelength range.
Weighing the Dark: Cosmological Applications of Gravitational Lensing
Promotor: K. Kuijken, Co-Promotor: H. Hoekstra
The connection between mass and light in galaxy clusters
Promotor: Koen Kuijken Co-promotor: Henk Hoekstra
The colours of the extreme universe
This thesis presents pioneering work on the panchromatic emission of some of the most luminous galaxies in the early Universe: star forming galaxies and active galactic nuclei.
Hunting dark matter with X-rays
Promotor: A. Achúcarro Co-promotor: A. Boyarsky
From supernovae to galaxy clusters: observing the chemical enrichment in the hot intra-cluster medium
Promotor: Jelle S. Kaastra Co-promotor: Jelle de Plaa