Searching for high redshift galaxies: How many are we missing?
Geoff Opat Seminar Room
David Caro Building
The search for high redshift objects has rapidly developed in the last decades, with the current frontier being 13.4 Gyr lookback time. In this talk I will present the search for high-redshift galaxies in two different surveys and the development of an open-source python tool for simulations of source recovery and completeness in galaxy surveys.
Daniela Nunez, School of Physics, University of Melbourne