Galaxy evolution in cluster and proto-clusters at z>1.5


One of the major challenges in the field of galaxy formation and evolution is to understand how early-type galaxy (ETG) star formation is quenched in the first epoch of their assembly. At present, deep space
imaging and spectroscopy observations give us the opportunity to answer this question as never before.

The context of this PhD thesis are Key Projects accepted for the exploitation of observations with the Euclid space mission. The first part of this PhD thesis will focus on simulations of galaxy quenching and scale relations for future observations from combined data from the Euclid space mission and vera Rubin Observatory/LSST surveys. When the first Euclid data will be available to the consortium, in the second half of this PhD thesis, the PhD candidate will apply the techniques developed for the simulation analysis to real data.

If you are interested to this PhD thesis, please contact me as soon as possible, we have funding for an internship in the team starting in 2023.  If you are a foreign student, please contact me before January 15th 2023 to apply to grants for your country and my University grants.



Simona Mei






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