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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: .. Multiwavelength-surveys:.. Galaxy Formation and Evolution from the early universe to today.. International symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 12 - 16 May 2014,.. organized by the Croatian Physical Society.. Home.. Programme.. SOC/LOC.. Venue.. Accomodation.. & Transportation.. Registration.. Participants.. Social.. activities.. Important.. information.. Symposium.. poster.. Abstract submission deadline: Dec/05; go to.. Scientific Rationale.. Understanding how galaxies form in the early universe and how they evolve through cosmic time is one of the main aims of modern cosmology.. In the past decade astrophysical research has clearly demonstrated that a panchromatic – X-ray to radio – observational approach is key to developing a consensus on galaxy evolution and formation.. Based on observations of the sky over the full electromagnetic spectrum, with facilities such as e.. g.. the XMM-Newton, Chandra, GALEX, Hubble, Spitzer, and Herschel space telescopes, large 8-10m class ground based telescopes, dedicated survey telescopes, and VLA, ATCA, PdBI mm/radio interferometers, past studies have significantly advanced our understanding of galaxy formation and evolution.. Galaxies are now thought to generally evolve from an initial stage of blue star forming disk or irregular galaxies towards quiescent red galaxies with elliptical (or S0) morphologies and with typically high stellar masses M∗ ∼ 10.. 11.. M.. ⊙.. This evolution is non–linear and driven by both on-going but variable accretion and episodes of intensive star formation and supermassive black hole (SMBH) activity triggered by galactic merging, secular evolution, or hot halo accretion.. Both the stellar body and SMBHs in the galaxy build up via strong accretion episodes, with the bulk activity peaking when the universe was ~2-6 Gyr old (z=1-3).. The bulk stellar and SMBH build  ...   processes, considered by now to be key mechanisms in galaxy formation and evolution, are regularly invoked in state-of-the-art cosmological models and are crucial to reproduce the observed galaxy properties, such as the galaxy color bimodality, luminosity and stellar mass functions.. Although major advances in understanding the formation and evolution of galaxies have been achieved in the last decade, many questions still remain open: What are the triggers for star formation? Which mechanisms shape galaxies over cosmic time? Can AGN feedback be observationally supported as an important process in galaxy formation over cosmic time?.. Given the current major development of next-generation facilities and projects, such as e.. the JVLA, SKA, ALMA, Pan-STARRS, LSST, JWST, the symposium is intended to synthesize the state-of-the art of the field of galaxy formation and evolution, and discuss open questions to be solved in the next decade.. In particular, the symposium will focus on.. Major discoveries in the context of galaxy formation and evolution in the last decade of multi-wavelength surveys, such as the SDSS, FIRST, NVSS, COSMOS, GOODS, CANDELS, Ultra-VISTA, VVDS, CFHTLS/WIRDS, SXDS, UKIDSS etc.. Open questions in galaxy formation and evolution.. Upcoming surveys, projects, and facilities, such as LSST, EMU, JWST, ALMA, SKA, ELTs, EUCLID, SUMIRE, VUDS, eROSITA etc.. Invited speakers:.. Darren Croton (Swinburne, Australia).. Olivier Le Fèvre (LAM, France).. Ryan Hickox (Dartmouth, USA).. Mario Jurić (Uni.. Arizona, USA).. Dušan Kereš (UCSD, USA).. Gabriella de Lucia (INAF-OAT, Italy).. Anne Medling (ANU, Australia).. Dominik Riechers (Cornell, USA).. Brant Robertson (Uni.. Amelie Saintonge (UCL, UK).. John Silverman (Kavli IPMU, Japan).. This is a service offered by.. Faculty of Science, Department of Physics..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Programme:.. The welcome reception will be held Sunday, May/11, at 7:30pm at Importanne Resort.. The talk schedule can be accessed.. here.. Talks can be accessed.. Posters can be accessed.. The program and abstract book can be downloaded.. Poster presentation schedule can be downloaded.. Poster sizes we can accommodate: A0, A1.. Main sessions:.. S1: Understanding the triggering and  ...   AGN activity.. S3: The interplay between star formation and AGN in galaxy evolution.. S4: Massive galaxy formation.. S5: Understanding the link between star formation and gas content.. S6: Environment.. S7: The first objects and their relative importance for galaxy evolution.. S8: Pushing frontiers with next generation projects.. Wednesday afternoon free with special tours offered.. See.. Social activities..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Science Organizing Committee (SOC):.. Vernesa Smolčić (Uni.. Zg, Croatia), chair.. Željko Ivezić (Uni.. Washington, USA), co-chair.. Crystal Brogan (NRAO, USA).. Luigi Guzzo (INAF OA Brera, Italy).. Yipeng Jing (SHAO CAS, China).. Kentaro Motohara (Uni.. Tokyo, Japan).. Elaine Sadler (Uni.. Sydney, Australia).. David Sanders (Uni.. of Hawaii,  ...   Somerville (Rutgers, USA).. Thaisa Storchi Bergmann (UFRGS, Brazil).. Local Organizing Committee (LOC):.. Tome Antičić (IRB, Croatia).. Nikola Baran (Uni.. Zg, Croatia).. Goranka Bilalbegović (Uni.. Alen Brković (Uni.. Dub, Croatia).. Dijana Dominis Prester (Uni.. Ri, Croatia).. Washington, USA).. Dinko Milaković (Uni.. Mladen Novak (Uni.. Sandra Požar (Uni..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Dubrovnik, Croatia.. View Larger Map.. Conference will be held at.. Importanne Resort.. The conference room can easily accommodate 200 participants.. We will provide two coffee breaks per day that include coffee, tea, juices, cookies and fruit.. During the lunch break participants can explore the nearby restaurants or stay within the hotel.. Conference dinner will be held in the.. monastery of St.. Klara..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: The symposium will be held at.. , Dubrovnik, Croatia.. Two hotels within the resort, Hotel Neptun (4 stars) and Hotel Ariston (5 stars) are offered at special rates until March/12/2014.. Booking can be done following the link.. , and using the access code ASTRO2014 to assure the special rates, detailed  ...   night.. single room: 100 EUR per night.. HOTEL ARISTON 5*.. double room: 137 EUR per night.. single room: 116 EUR per night.. Transportation.. Getting to Dubrovnik.. by car, bus, ship or plane.. Special-rate taxi transfer from the airport to the hotel will be offered, please contact info[at]dubrovnikadventures.. com to arrange this..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Abstract submission deadline: Dec/05; To submit your abstract, please fill in and submit the form below.. Registration fee (includes coffee breakes, reception dinner and conference dinner) due:.. March/01/2014 (early registration, 300€), April/01/2014 (late registration, 350€), during conference (400€).. First name*:.. Last name*:.. Affiliation:.. E-mail*:.. Talk:.. Poster:.. Title:.. Abstract:.. Excursion:.. (39€ or 52€ per person; not included in conference fee; see.. ).. Are you human*:..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Name.. Affiliation.. Presentation.. Viola Allevato.. University of Helsinki.. talk.. Ricardo Amorin.. INAF-Osservatorio di Roma.. Stephane Arnouts.. Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille.. Herve Aussel.. AIM Paris-Saclay.. Mislav Balokovic.. Caltech.. Manda Banerji.. University College London.. Nikola Baran.. Uni Zagreb.. Frank Bertoldi.. Uni Bonn.. Matthieu Bethermin.. ESO Garching.. Margherita Bonzini.. ESO.. Rychard Bouwens.. Leiden University.. Marusa Bradac.. UC Davis.. Emer Brady.. MPIA Heidelberg.. Drew Brisbin.. NRAO.. Alen Brkovic.. Uni.. Dubrovnik.. Marcella Brusa.. Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universita di Bologna.. Caroline Caldwell.. Liverpool John Moores University - Astrophysics Research Institute.. Raoul Canameras.. IAS.. Neven Caplar.. Institute for Astronomy, ETH Zurich.. Caitlin Casey.. UC Irvine.. Letizia Pasqua Cassara.. INAF-IASF Milano, Italy.. Paolo Cassata.. Chien-Ting Chen.. Dartmouth College.. Anna Cibinel.. CEA Saclay.. Laure Ciesla.. University of Crete.. Andrea Comastri.. INAF, Bologna.. Marco Costellano.. INAF-OAR.. William Cowley.. Institute for Computational Cosmology, University of Durham.. Darren Croton.. Swinburne, Australia.. Elisabete da Cunha.. Max Planck Institute for Astronomy.. Ivana Damjanov.. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.. Iary Davidzon.. Universita di Bologna, INAF-Osservatorio astronomico di Bologna.. Carlos de Breuck.. Gabriela de Lucia.. INAF-OAT, Italy.. invited talk.. Jacinta Delhaize.. University of Zagreb.. Alyssa Drake.. Astrophysics Research Institute - Liverpool John Moores University.. Anna Durkalec.. Andrii Elyiv.. University of Bologna, Italy.. Ghazaleh Erfanianfar.. Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE).. Robert Feldmann.. University of California, Berkeley.. Henry Ferguson.. Space Telescoe Science Institute.. Adriano Fontana.. INAF Rome Observatory.. Alison Ford.. Matteo Fossati.. Universitaet Sternwarte Munchen / Max Planck Institut fur Extraterrestriche Physik.. Sotiria Fotopoulou.. University of Geneva.. Alexander Fritz.. INAF-IASF Milano.. Mattia Fumagalli.. Sterrewacht Leiden.. Thibault Garel.. Swinburne University.. Bianca Garilli.. INAF, IASF-Milano.. Antonis Georgakakis.. MPE.. Roberto Gilli.. INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna.. Christian Gluck.. I.. Physikalisches Institut, Universitat zu Koeln.. Tobiasz Gorecki.. Jagiellonian University in Krakow.. Andy Goulding.. Harvard Smithsonian CfA.. Meiert Grootes.. Max-Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics.. Brent Groves.. MPIA.. Sebastian Haan.. CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science.. Boris Haeussler.. Universities of Oxford and Hertfordshire.. Kevin Hainline.. Chris Hales.. National Radio Astronomy Observatory, USA.. Nimish Hathi.. LAM, France.. Masao Hayashi.. ICRR, The University of Tokyo.. Sebastien Heinis.. University of Maryland.. Bruno Henriques.. MPA - Garching.. Jonathan D.. Hernandez-Fernandez.. Instituto de Astronomia, Geofisica e Ciencias Atmosfericas (USP).. Noelia Herrera Ruiz.. Astronomisches Institut der Ruhr-Universitat Bochum (Germany).. Ryan Hickox.. Dartmouth, USA.. Nancy Hine.. University of Hertfordshire.. Michaela Hirschmann.. INAF - Astronomical Observatory of Trieste.. Mike Hudson.. University of Waterloo.. Chao-Ling Hung.. Institution for Astronomy, University of  ...   Open University.. Cemile Marsan.. Michael Maseda.. Salome Matos.. Royal Observatory of Edinburgh.. Henry Joy McCracken.. Sean McGee.. Leiden Observatory.. Elizabeth McGrath.. Colby College.. Ian McGreer.. University of Arizona, USA.. Anne Medling.. ANU, Australia.. Olga Melnyk.. Astronomical observatory, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.. Trevor Mendel.. Hugo Messias.. CAAUL, Portugal.. Michal Michalowski.. Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh.. Enno Middelberg.. Astronomisches Institut der Ruhr-Universitat Bochum.. Oskari Miettinen.. Dinko Milakovic.. Mohammad Mirkazemi.. Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics.. Peter Mitchell.. Durham University.. Kentaro Motohara.. Donatas Narbutis.. Center for Physical Sciences and Technology.. Mladen Novak.. Masato Onodera.. Institute for Astronomy, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.. Shane O'Sullivan.. University of Sydney.. Maurilio Pannella.. CEA Saclay - CNRS.. Shannon Patel.. Carnegie Observatories.. Debora Pelliccia.. Michele Perna.. Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Bologna.. Vasiliki Petropoulou.. INAF-OA Brera.. Janine Pforr.. Mari Polletta.. INAF IASF-Milan.. Agnieszka Pollo.. Jagiellonian University AND National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland.. Alexandra Pope.. University of Massachusetts Amherst.. Francisco Pozo Nunez.. Astronomisches institut Ruhr Universitat Bochum.. Florian Pranger.. Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics, University of Innsbruck.. Matthieu Puech.. GEPI - Observatoire de Paris.. Tim Rawle.. European Space Astronomy Centre, ESA.. Chang Hee Ree.. Alvio Renzini.. INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova.. Michael Rich.. UCLA.. Dominik Riechers.. Cornell University, USA.. Brant Robertson.. Amelie Saintonge.. UCL, UK.. David Sanders.. IfA.. Joana Santos.. INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Arcetri.. Kevin Schawinski.. ETH Zurich.. Eva Schinnerer.. Marco Scodeggio.. INAF IASF Milano.. Nick Scoville.. Kwang-Il Seon.. Branimir Sesar.. John Silverman.. Kavli IPMU, Japan.. Howard Smith.. Vernesa Smolcic.. David Sobral.. Leiden University/CAAUL Lisbon.. Aleksandra Solarz.. Luigi Spinoglio.. IAPS-INAF.. Andra Stroe.. Tsutomu Takeuchi.. Division of Particle and Astrophysical Science, Nagoya University, Japan.. Margherita Talia.. Universita di Bologna - Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia.. Masayuki Tanaka.. NAOJ.. Lidia Tasca.. Ken Tateuchi.. The University of Tokyo.. Nagisa Teruya.. Division of Particlee and Astrophysical Science, Nagoya University, Japan.. Romain Thomas.. Sune Toft.. Dark Cosmology Centre.. Laurence Tresse.. Marie Treyer.. Diego Tuccillo.. IFCA, Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria.. Freeke van de Voort.. UC Berkeley & ASIAA.. Eleni Vardoulaki.. Laurent Vigroux.. Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris.. Mariangela Vitale.. International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Astronomy and Astrophysics.. Benedetta Vulcani.. Kavli IPMU - Tokyo.. Bin-Wei Wang.. Andrew Wetzel.. California Institute of Technology & Carnegie Observatories.. Stephen Wilkins.. Emily Wisnioski.. Eva Wuyts.. Dominika Wylezalek.. European Southern Observatory (ESO).. Soung-Chul Yang.. Korea Astronomy & Space Science Institute / Carnegie Observatories.. Suraphong Yuma..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Excursions.. Best of Dubrovnik 2014 (39€ per person).. Dubrovnik by Land and Sea 2014 (52€ per person).. For more touristic offers visit:.. Dubrovnik Adventures..

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  • Title: Multiwavelength-surveys
    Descriptive info: Important dates.. Abstract submission: Dec/05/2013.. Early registration: March/01/2014.. Late registration: April/01/2014.. Conference fee.. 300€ before March/01/2014.. 350€ between March/01 and April/01/2014.. 400€ after April/01/2014.. Registration fee to be transferred to the following bank account:.. PRIVREDNA BANKA D.. D.. RACKOGA 6, 10000 ZAGREB, CROATIA.. SWIFT: PBZGHR2X.. IBAN:HR8223400091110405477.. ON BEHALF OF: ARISTIP D.. O.. SISACKA CESTA 14.. 10020 ZAGREB, CROATIA.. SUBJECT: ASTRO2014.. Please contact info@dubrovnikadventures.. com (subject: ASTRO2014) after payment to receive the payment confirmation.. Visa requirement check..

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    Descriptive info: Poster..

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  • Title: Index of /Talks
    Descriptive info: Index of /Talks.. Last modified.. Size.. Description.. Parent Directory.. -.. 1_Talk_Monday/.. 01-Jul-2014 14:32.. 2_Talk_Tuesday/.. 01-Jul-2014 14:35.. 3_Talk_Wednesday/.. 4_Talk_Thursday/.. 01-Jul-2014 14:37.. 5_Talk_Friday/.. 01-Jul-2014 14:38.. Apache/2.. 2.. 22 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.. 3.. 10-1ubuntu3.. 13 with Suhosin-Patch Server at dub2014.. phy.. hr Port 80..

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