Searching for high redshift galaxies: How many are we missing?

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Searching for high redshift galaxies: How many are we missing?

Geoff Opat Seminar Room
David Caro Building

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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.

Presenter

  •  Daniela Nunez
    Daniela Nunez, School of Physics, University of Melbourne