Galaxies and Structures through Cosmic Times

Venice (Italy), March 26-31, 2006





Programme

SUNDAY 26 MARCH 2006


18:00-20:00

Welcome Reception


MONDAY 27 MARCH 2006


08:30

Registration

09:00

Welcome


Session 1: Overviews of major ongoing surveys


09:10

M. Dickinson

The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS)

09:40

K. Meisenheimer

Witnessing the assembly of present-day galaxies with COMBO-17/GEMS

10:10

O. Le Fevre

Highlights from the VIMOS VLT Deep Survey


10:40

Coffee Break


11:10

R. Bender

Evolution of galaxy luminosity functions, masses and star formation rates from MUNICS, FDF and GOODS

11:40

N. Scoville

Overview of COSMOS and large scale structures

12:10

S. Lilly

zCOSMOS

12:40

K. Glazebrook

Cosmic downsizing in the Gemini Deep Deep Survey


13:10

Lunch Break


14:30

A. Coil

Large-scale structure at z=1: results from the DEEP2 Survey

15:00

A. Franceschini

SWIRE


Session 2: Tracing large scale structure


15:30

L. Guzzo

The evolution of galaxy clustering to z~1.2 as seen by VVDS and COSMOS

15:50

P. Capak

Evolution of galaxy morphology and LSS up to z=1

16:10

H. McCracken

Galaxy clustering in the Canada-France Legacy Survey deep fields

16:25

X. Kong

Clustering of BzK-selected galaxies in the COSMOS field

16:40

H. Aussel

Star Formation and the cosmic web


16:55

Coffee Break


17:25

J. Rhodes

Cosmic shear with HST

17:45

R. Massey

Mass maps from the COSMOS survey

18:00

K. Kuijken

KIDS: mapping the universe with weak lensing


18:15-18:45

General discussion


TUESDAY 28 MARCH 2006


Session 3: Galaxies up to z~1


9:00

E. Bell

Exploring 8 billion years of early-type galaxy evolution

9:20

J. Kartaltepe

Evolution of luminous galaxy pairs out to z=1 in the HST/ACS COSMOS field

9:35

K. Bundy

The assembly of stellar mass in galaxies since z~1

9:55

T. Treu

Scaling relations of spheroids over cosmic time

10:15

S. di Serego Alighieri

The influence of mass and environment on the evolution of early-type galaxies

10:30

A. Van der Wel

Rest-frame infrared luminosity evolution of early-type galaxies out to z = 1


10:50

Coffee Break


11:20

A. Renzini

Elliptical galaxies from low to high redshift

11:40

P. Solomon

Dense molecular gas and the evolution of galaxies near and far

12:00

D. Schade

Evolution of galaxies from the CFHT Legacy Survey

12:20

M. Carollo

Structure and sizes of COSMOS galaxies: evolution with redshift and environment

12:40

F. Hammer

The true evolution of the Tully-Fisher relation and consequences to galaxy formation scenarios


13:00

Lunch Break


14;30

T. Brown

Star formation histories in Andromeda

14:50

I. Baldry

Galaxy bimodality versus mass and environment: unification?

15:10

D. Thomas

Young bulges and old ellipticals

15:30

S. Jogee

Evolution of bars over the 8 Gyr from GEMS: implications for disk galaxies

15:45

D. Calzetti

Star formation in the infrared: the view from Spitzer

15:55

M. Rich

New results from Galaxy Evolution Explorer


Session 4: Massive galaxies beyond z=1


16:15

A. Cimatti

Probing the evolution of high-z massive galaxies with GMASS

16:35

M. Franx

Properties of massive galaxies at redshifts higher than 2


16:55

Coffee Break


17:25

C. Maraston

AGB stars and the mass and ages of high-redshift galaxies

17:40

L. Cowie

A bolometric approach to galaxy and AGN


18:00-18:30

General Discussion


WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH 2006


Session 4 (continued): Massive galaxies beyond z=1


09:00

N. Drory

Star formation in galaxies as a function of mass, morphology, and redshift

09:20

A. Fontana

Massive galaxies at high redshifts: a challenge for CDM models?

09:40

E. Le Floc'h

Ultra-luminous infrared galaxies at high redshift: the Spitzer perspective

09:55

P. McCarthy

Morphologies and star formation histories of massive galaxies at z > 1

10:15

B. Rocca-Volmerange

The ISOCAM deep survey at 12 um on the ESO-Sculptor field: interpretation with the evolution model PEGASE.3

10:30

E. Daddi

Spitzer observations of massive galaxy assembly at z~2


10:50

Coffee Break


11:20

N. Reddy

Star formation and extinction in z~2 galaxies: inferences from SPITZER

11:40

N. Arimoto

A wide area survey for high-redshift massive BzK galaxies

12:00

G. Zamorani

Evolutionary properties of galaxies and mass assembly up to z~2 from VVDS+SWIRE data

12:20

D. Erb

Star-forming galaxies at z~2: stellar, gas and dynamical masses and the mass-metallicity relation

12:35

L. Moustakas

The assembly and star formation histories in infrared-selected galaxies to high redshift

12:50

G. Rudnick

The stellar mass density evolution and the stellar mass budget at z<3


13:05

General Discussion


13:30

Lunch Break


Free Afternoon


THURSDAY 30 MARCH 2006


Session 5: Mapping galaxy/AGN co-evolution


09:00

L. Ferrarese

The structure of early-type galaxies from the ACS Virgo Cluster Survey

09:20

J. Magorrian

Supermassive black holes in the nearby universe

09:40

E. Dalla Bonta'

The upper end of the supermassive black mole mass function

09:55

G. Hasinger

AGN evolution

10:20

M. Brusa

The AGN content of the COSMOS: The XMM-NEWTON view

10:35

E. Schinnerer

Probing the faint radio population: first results from the VLA-COSMOS survey

10:50

A. Koekemoer

EXO's: Candidate AGN at z>6, and intermediate-redshift evolved galaxies


11:05

Coffee Break


11:35

M. Elvis

Spectroscopy of AGNs in the COSMOS field

11:50

P. Cox

Millimeter studies of high-redshift quasars and galaxies

12:05

K. Jahnke

QSO host galaxy properties from GEMS and COSMOS from z=0 to 3

12:20

R. Gilli

The relation among black holes, their host galaxies and AGN activity

12:35

A. Treves

The BH mass of nearby QSOs: a comparison of the bulge luminosity and virial methods

12:55




13:05

General Discussion


13:30

Lunch Break


Session 6: CDM and CDM theories of galaxy and structure formation


14:45

A. Pizzella

CDM cusps in LSB galaxies by means of stellar kinematics

15:00

E. Corsini

Dark matter distribution in the center of barred galaxies

15:15

G. Granato

A model for the joint formation of galaxies and SMBHs

15:30

A. Dekel

The origin of galaxy bimodality at low and high redshift

15:50

R. Somerville

How does AGN feedback shape the evolution of galaxies and black holes?

16:10

G. De Lucia

Semi-analytic models in the era of wide, deep, multi-wavelength surveys

16:25

K. Nagamine

Cosmological evolution of stellar mass and SFR in a LCDM universe


16:45

Coffee Break


17:15

C. Conselice

The formation of massive galaxies through merger


17:30-18:30

General Discussion


FRIDAY 31 MARCH 2006


Session 7: High redshift clusters


09:00

P. Rosati

Formation histories of galaxies in the most distant clusters

09:20

T. Broadhurst

Mass, light and gas in galaxy clusters

09:40

S. Andreon

The build-up of stellar mass from the 3.6 microns luminosity function in clusters from z=1.25 to z=0.2

10:00

A. Finoguenov

X-ray galaxy groups in the COSMOS field

10:15

P. Tozzi

Evolution in the chemical enrichment of the intracluster medium

10:30

F. Barrientos

Cluster galaxies at z~1: report from RCS


10:45

Coffee Break


11:15

M. Tanaka

Subaru observations of galaxy clusters at z<1.3

11:30

J. Blakeslee

Galaxy colors and structural classifications in high-redshift clusters

11:45

R. Thompson

The near infrared background excess and star formation in HUDF

12:00

D. Sanders

First results from the S-COSMOS survey


Session 8: Beyond z=4


12:20

P. Monaco

High redshift galaxies and quasars in the GOODS field


12:40

General Discussion


13:10

Lunch Break


14:30

M. Giavalisco

Star formation in high-redshift galaxies

14:50

T. Wiklind

A population of old and massive galaxies at z>5

15:05

B. Mobasher

Discovery of a massive and evolved galaxy at z~6.5: evidence for a population of massive and old galaxies at high redshifts

15:20

M. Lehnert

The properties of Lyman break galaxies at z>5

15:40

Y. Taniguchi

Lyman alpha emitters at z~5.7 in the COSMOS field

16:00

M. Stiavelli

Exploring the end of the dark ages


16:20

Coffee Break


16:50

R. Bouwens

Luminosity function and SFRs at z=6-10: Galaxy buildup in the reionization epoch


17:10-18:00

General Discussion


18:00-20:00

Farewell Reception


 




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