Vol. 446 – Galaxy Evolution: Infrared to Millimeter Wavelength Perspective
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Editor(s): Weimin Wang, Zhaoqing Yang, Jianfei Lu, Zhu Chen, and Zhijian Luo
Print ISBN: 978-1-58381-772-8
e-Book ISBN: 978-1-58381-773-5
The rapid development of multi-wavelength observations of galaxies during the last decade, especially following the recent launch of the Herschel Space Telescope, has provided considerable new insight into galaxy formation and evolution. Many theoretical studies have also produced interesting new results. This volume reviews our present knowledge of galaxy formation and evolution as revealed by infrared to millimeter wavelength observations and summarizes the impact of the most recent observations on our current studies and future plans to probe even deeper into the early Universe. The conference was held at the Park Hotel, Guilin, China, and was organized by Shanghai Normal University. The conference brought together more than 100 participants from over 27 institutes around the world, and the cross-fertilization of their research studies during the meeting was most productive.
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