Theory Group : Galactic Evolution : Milky Way Evolution

Sample publications:

  • Chemical enrichment and star formation in the Milky Way disk I. Sample description and chromospheric age-metallicity relation
    astro-ph
  • Explosions and Outflows during Galaxy Formation
    astro-ph
  • Intermittent Jolts of Galactic UV Radiation: Mutagenetic Effects
    astro-ph

Michael Boylan-Kolchin, Milos Milosavljevic, John Scalo, Paul Shapiro, J. Craig Wheeler


Michael Boylan-Kolchin

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Dark matter; cosmological structure formation; galaxy formation and dynamics; near-field cosmology; cosmic reionization.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Theory, Structure Formation, Milky Way Evolution


Milos Milosavljevic

Associate Professor

Research Interests

Formation of stars, galaxies, and massive black holes in the early universe; computational astrophysics; radiation transport; chemical enrichment of the universe; machine learning with astronomical big data.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Theory, Gamma-ray Bursts, Supernovae, First Stars & Galaxies, Milky Way Evolution, Black Holes & AGN


John Scalo

Professor

Research Interests

Star formation; interstellar medium; turbulence; galaxy evolution; complex systems; astrobiology.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Planetary Systems, Atmospheres & Life, Theory, Astrobiology, Planet Formation, ISM and Star Formation, Milky Way Evolution, Star Formation & Protoplanetary Disks


Paul Shapiro

Professor

Research Interests

Theoretical astrophysics: cosmology, galaxy formation, the interstellar medium, the intergalactic medium, interstellar dust grains, astrophysical hydrodynamics.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Theory, Clusters of Galaxies, Cosmic Reionization, Early Universe, First Stars & Galaxies, Structure Formation, ISM and Star Formation, Milky Way Evolution


J. Craig Wheeler

Professor

Research Interests

Stellar evolution; supernovae; accretion discs; gamma-ray bursts, astrobiology.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Theory, Gamma-ray Bursts, Supernovae, Astrobiology, Milky Way Evolution

1 September 2010
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