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Astronomy PhD with experience in the fields of numerical simulations in Astrophysics and Extragalactic Astronomy. Has a BsC in Molecular Sciences at University of São Paulo, and has realized a research intership at the University of Zurich in 2017. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The aim of this PhD work is to analyze quantitatively the environmental effects of clusters in galaxies, emphasizing the ram-pressure acting on the cold gas in galaxies as they move in clusters and the feedback from active galactic nuclei. These effects have an impact on galaxy stellar evolution, contribute to the metal enrichment of the intracluster medium and keep intracluster gas hot...
The aim of this "Scientific Initiation" project is to analyze in a quantitative manner the effects caused by ram pressure acting on the cold gas of galaxies moving inside clusters. Effects of this nature impact galaxies and clusters, for example, changing the stellar evolution of cluster galaxies and contributing to the enrichment in metals of the intracluster medium. The study of these...
In this PhD project, we are trying to better explain how the environment of galaxy clusters affect the evolution of member galaxies, by means of hydrodynamic simulations. For this purpose, we have been using the state of the art, open source code RAMSES, originally developed by Romain Teyssier at CEA Saclay, France. In this BEPE internship project, we intend to enhance our current model...
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