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Massive galaxy growth from 3D studies

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Spatially- and spectrally-resolved studies have provided new and unique insights into the physical and dynamical processes that drive the star formation and mass assembly of galaxies since as early as a few billion years after the Big Bang. I will present key results from near-IR integral field spectroscopic studies of redshift x ~ 1 1 – 3 galaxies (with instruments such as SINFONI and KMOS at the VLT ) and highlight synergies with observations at other wavelengths (notably with HST , IRAM and Herschel). I will discuss implications on the nature, star formation and gas properties, feedback mechanisms, and life cycle of galaxies at the heyday of massive galaxy formation.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.

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