Galaxy evolution from mass-selected samples

28 January - 1 February 2008

Venue: Lorentz Center@Oort

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The workshop focuses on the study of galaxy evolution from z=4 to z=1.

The advent of new facilities, such as near-ir imagers on large telescopes,

and the Spitzer Space Telescope, have made it possible to construct samples

which are close to mass selected samples. Here we bring together a group of

astronomers working in this field. The workshop will both discuss

observational progress, as well as theoretical predictions for the evolution

of  galaxies in this critical regime. The workshop is by invitation only.

Interested astronomers from the Netherlands are welcome to participate.


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