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Feb
26
Mon
10:30 DAWN journal club
DAWN journal club
Feb 26 @ 10:30 – 11:00
DAWN journal club
Weekly paper discussion session.   For the current agenda, upcoming moderators, and other details, please visit cosmicdawn.dk/wikidawn/dawn-activities/journal-club.
Mar
4
Mon
10:30 DAWN journal club
DAWN journal club
Mar 4 @ 10:30 – 11:00
DAWN journal club
Weekly paper discussion session.   For the current agenda, upcoming moderators, and other details, please visit cosmicdawn.dk/wikidawn/dawn-activities/journal-club.
Mar
11
Mon
10:30 DAWN journal club
DAWN journal club
Mar 11 @ 10:30 – 11:00
DAWN journal club
Weekly paper discussion session.   For the current agenda, upcoming moderators, and other details, please visit cosmicdawn.dk/wikidawn/dawn-activities/journal-club.
 

Recent DAWN papers

Lu, Ting-Yi et al. , The reionizing bubble size distribution around galaxies, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Ghodsi, Laya et al. , Star formation efficiency across large-scale galactic environments, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Nanayakkara, Themiya et al. , A population of faint, old, and massive quiescent galaxies at 3 <z <4 revealed by JWST NIRSpec Spectroscopy, Scientific Reports


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  • The Cosmic Dawn Center

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    We study the birth, the life, and the death of galaxies.

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    Some 50 scientists and students are affiliated with the Cosmic Dawn Center. Will you be our next colleague?

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    The Cosmic Dawn Center is involved in a number of observational surveys, dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of the early Universe.

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    We enjoy communicating our science to the public, through social media, popular science articles, public talks, interviews in various media, and just answering questions from interested readers.

Welcome to the Cosmic Dawn Center

The Cosmic Dawn Center (DAWN) is an international basic research center supported by the Danish National Research Foundation.

DAWN is located in Copenhagen at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, and at the National Space Institute at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Space).

The center is dedicated to uncovering how and when the first galaxies, stars and black holes formed, through observations with the prime telescopes of the next decade (ALMA, JWST, Euclid, E-ELT, HST) as well as through theory and simulations.

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