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Galaxy formation and evolution: the far-IR/sub-mm view

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I will review how recent sub-mm/mm surveys, coupled with multi-frequency follow-up observations, have informed our current view of galaxy formation and evolution. In particular I will present the latest results from the SHADES project, and the resulting implications for models of galaxy formation. I will conclude with a discussion of the exciting prospects offered by the now imminent next generation of mm-far-IR facilities, such as SCUBA2 , Herschel, the eSMA, and ALMA .

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.

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