The colours of the extreme universe

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The colours of the extreme universe

Type: Doctoral Thesis
Title: The colours of the extreme universe
Author: Calistro, Rivera G.
Issue Date: 2019-01-10
Keywords: Galaxies
Molecular Gas
Galaxy evolution
Abstract: 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. Using state-of-the-art statistical methods and new-generation radio-to-X-rays instruments, this thesis expands the parameter space covered by current multi-wavelength studies of galaxy evolution. In particular, this thesis pushes three different frontiers. The statistical frontier is explored by developing a sophisticated statistical tool to robustly recover the parameters required to model multi-wavelength emission. The wavelength frontier is pushed forward by exploring galaxy evolution from the new spectral window at low-frequency radio, opened by the LOFAR instrument. Finally, the resolution frontier will be pushed by exploring the distribution of emission components across the spectrum using a combination of high-resolution ALMA and HST imaging.
Promotor: Supervisor: Röttgering H. Co-Supervisor: Hodge J.
Faculty: Faculty of Science
University: Leiden University
Uri: urn:isbn:9789402813449

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