This is a talk given at lunch time, usually in the conference room at noon.
The Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer (MSE) will each year obtain millions of spectra in the optical to near-infrared (360 to 1800 nm), at low (R~3000) to high (R~40000) spectral resolution by observing more than 4300 spectra per pointing via a highly multiplexed fiber-fed system.
What can stellar metallicity tell about galactic outflow? I
will be talking about the stellar-phase mass - metallicity relation of
quiescent galaxies and its evolution with redshift. I will show how the
Over the past four decades, cosmologists have assumed that dark matter
is made of cold (non-relativistic) and non-interacting hypothetical
particles with typical mass m~100GeV leading to the cold dark matter
Dwarf galaxies (Mstar < 10^9 Msun) provide unique probes of
cosmic structure formation on the smallest scales, and represent the most
compelling testbeds for galactic feedback since they are more susceptible