Galaxy Evolution in Groups and Clusters at 'low' Redshift: Theory and Observations
Exploring the intricate relationship between member galaxies and their hosts
Annalisa Pillepich (MPIA)
Alessandro Boselli (Universite’ de Marseille)
Laura Ferrarese (Herzberg Institute, Victoria
Andrey Kravtsov (U. of Chicago)
Thorsten Lisker (U. of Heidelberg)
Laura Sales (UC Riverside)
Rory Smith (Yonsei University)
Susanne Koltes (MPIA)
Martina Donnari (MPIA)
Elad Zinger (MPIA)
We are planning a very interactive meeting focused on understanding and quantifying the complex interplay between galaxies and the groups and clusters they live in.
Mike Anderson: Multiphase gas in a sightline towards a filament in M87
Elke Roediger: ICM flow patterns associated with ram pressure stripping (Movie1, Movie2)
Bernd Vollmer: Galaxy evolution in the Virgo cluster
Alessandro Boselli: VESTIGE: A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission
Elisa Toloba: Ultra-diffuse galaxies: nature vs. nurture
Luca Cortese: Cold gas stripping in galaxy groups
Masafumi Yagi: Several intergalactic ionized gas in clusters of galaxies
Elad Zinger: Quenching in cluster outskirts
Frank van den Bosch: The Tidal Evolution of Satellite Galaxies
Rory Smith: ~Half the Cluster Population were Pre-processed - Insights from High-Res Cosmo Sims. (missing)
Carolin Wittmann: Were the most compact and diffuse stellar systems in galaxy clusters both formed by tidal stripping?
Gandhali Joshi: Mass loss and preprocessing of group galaxies
Paolo Serra: Tidal effects in groups and the Fornax cluster
Reynier Peletier: The Fornax Deep Surveyfrom environmental transformation
Christoph Engler: Intrinsic Scatter of the Mass-Metallicity Relation in Illustris Dwarfs
Josephina Michea: Searching for substructure in Fornax Deep Survey (FDS) dwarf galaxies
Ruben Sanchez-Janssen: Diffuse dwarfs, dense clusters, and what it all means
Thorsten Lisker: How to discriminate between cluster galaxy properties imprinted at birth and resulting
Bianca Poggianti: Gas stripping phenomena with MUSE integral-field spectroscopy
Matteo Fossati: A spatially resolved view of gas stripping processes in nearby clusters
Pavel Jachym: Molecular gas in ram pressure stripped tails
Benedetta Vulcani: Hunting down those responsible for the observed spatial distribution of the ionised gas in galaxies at z=0-0.5
Kiyun Yun: Jellyfish galaxies in the IllustrisTNG simulations
Stephanie Tonnesen: A Note About Comparing Ram Pressure Simulations and Observations (Missing)
Eric Peng: Globular clusters in low-mass galaxies as probes of quenching
Laura Sales: Modeling globular clusters on cosmological simulations of Virgo-like objects
Oleg Gnedin: On the origin of the correlation between halo mass and its globular cluster system mass
Ryan Leaman: The Survival of a Relic Galaxy in the Centre of Perseus as traced by its Globular Clusters (Missing)
Yen-Ting Lin: Cluster galaxy population evolution from the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam survey: brightest cluster galaxies, stellar mass distribution, and active galaxies
Mike Cooper: Project Purple Rain: When Doves Cry, Satellites Quench
Gillian Wilson: Galaxy Quenching in Clusters and Growth of BCGs
Martina Donnari: The effects of environment on the star formation activity of galaxies with the IllustrisTNG simulation
Vicente Rodriguez-Gomez: Galaxy mergers in different environments
Rory Smith: A Phase-space View of Simulated and Observed Environmental Effects
Sukyoung Yi: First results from Yonsei Zoom In Cluster Simulations
Bahar Bidaran: Dwarf progenitors - what we can learn from circular velocity profiles?
Claudia Lagos: The connection between mass, environment and slow rotation in simulated galaxies
Christine Jones: The Infall of Elliptical Galaxies into the Virgo and Fornax Clusters
Marc Postman: BCGs and Their Relation to the Cluster Environment
Marina Rejkuba: Observations of extended low surface brightness halos around massive galaxies in nearby universe
Annalisa Pillepich: The stellar mass content of groups and clusters with the TNG simulations
Eric Emsellem: Is prolateness the (dominant) rule for BCGs?
William Forman: Supermassive Black Holes at Work: "Fossil Records": of Outbursts from Supermassive Black Holes and the Effects of Outbursts on the Evolution of Gas Rich Galaxies, Groups, and Galaxy Clusters
Brian McNamara: AGN Feedback Stimulated by Uplift in Galaxies
Yannick Bahe: Quenching, metallicities, and stellar fractions: the EAGLE view
Bruno Henriques: The link between AGN and environmental quenching
Elad Zinger: Thermodynamics of Quenching and Quenched Galaxies in IllustrisTNG
Jeff Kenney: HI Distributions of Virgo Cluster Spiral Galaxies and Evolution Driven by Ram Pressure Stripping
The workshop will be held in the Schloss Ringberg, overlooking the Tegernsee Lake, in Southern Bavaria. Lodging and meals will be provided at the castle as well. For more information on the castle see here.
Students and participants traveling with family will be lodged in Hotel Bachmair Alpina, with taxi transports in the mornings and evenings.
Hotel Bachmair Alpina
Valepper Str. 24
Beginning of the Workshop: Monday, Dec 11th at 2.30 pm. lunch will be served starting at 1.00 pm.
Conclusion of the Workshop: Friday, Dec 15th at 12:30 pm. unch will be served shortly after.
NOTE: By default, check-in at the Castle is on Monday morning and check-out on Friday morning.
If strictly needed, lodging for a few can be arranged starting from Sunday afternoon, when a porter will let the guests in and give them the keys. IMPORTANT: There will be no dinner served on Sunday evening, the first meal will be breakfast on Monday morning. Transportation to the castle on Sunday afternoon must be arranged by the individuals. Alternatively, participants may want to spend the evening in Munich and then leisurely take the train towards Tegernsee on Monday morning.
Public transports work very well in Bavaria.
It is possible to travel by train from Munich Airport to the Tegernsee Station in about 2 hours for about 23 EUR and from Munich Main Station to the Tegernsee Train Station in about 1 hour for about 15 EUR: see http://www.bahn.de.
Further directions to the Castle can be found here .
If traveling at special times, please contact Taxi Kaufmann ( http://www.schloss-ringberg.de/travel) Tel. +49 (0)8022 / 5555.
The conference fee of 300 Euros and travel costs will be borne by the participants. We ask you to pay the registration fee in *cash* at the castle registration desk.
The organized bus/shuttle services as well as the accommodation and all meals will be covered by the organizers through Max Planck Society grants.