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Galaxy evolution in different environments using spatially resolved kinematics and stellar populations

Grant number: 16/12331-0
Support Opportunities:Scholarships in Brazil - Post-Doctoral
Effective date (Start): December 01, 2016
Effective date (End): July 31, 2021
Field of knowledge:Physical Sciences and Mathematics - Astronomy - Extragalactic Astrophysics
Acordo de Cooperação: Coordination of Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES)
Principal Investigator:Claudia Lucia Mendes de Oliveira
Grantee:Carlos Eduardo Barbosa
Host Institution: Instituto de Astronomia, Geofísica e Ciências Atmosféricas (IAG). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Associated research grant:11/51680-6 - Exploring the universe: from the galaxies formation to Earth-like planets with the Giant Magellan Telescope, AP.ESP
Associated scholarship(s):18/24389-8 - Spatially resolved study of the initial mass function of nearby galaxies in the near-infrared with WIFIS, BE.EP.PD


Despite the great efforts and progress made in the last decades, there are still many open questions in the field of galaxy evolution. Two of them are: what are the physical mechanisms responsible for the star formation quenching? In which environment morphological transformations happen? The answer to these questions require the detailed observation of the stellar populations and kinematics of galaxies which, together with the most recent theoretical models, can be used to constrain the physical mechanisms involved in the transformation of galaxies. Using new data sets produced obtained in new and promising instruments, including spectroscopic, photometric and interferometric observations, we plan to extend our previous works to shed light on the subject of galaxy evolution deploying a series of three sub-projects: 1) an extension of our previous work on the stellar populations of NGC 3311, a large cD galaxy in the center of the Hydra I cluster core, to provide further verification of the formation scenario we proposed which includes two phases of mass assembly; 2) The study of stellar populations of galaxies in groups observed with the T80-South telescope to provide a general tool for the determination of ages and metallicities from broad- and narrow-band observations; and 3) a study of interacting systems, combining Fabry-Perot (SAM-FP) and spectroscopic observations to determine the origin of flat and sometimes even inverted metallicity gradients and their relation with the properties of the gas that flows to the center of the system during a merger. (AU)

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Scientific publications (11)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
BARBOSA, C. E.; SPINIELLO, C.; ARNABOLDI, M.; COCCATO, L.; HILKER, M.; RICHTLER, T.. What does (not) drive the variation of the low-mass end of the stellar initial mass function of early-type galaxies. Astronomy & Astrophysics, v. 645, . (18/24389-8, 16/12331-0, 11/51680-6, 09/54006-4)
BARBOSA, C. E.; SPINIELLO, C.; ARNABOLDI, M.; COCCATO, L.; HILKER, M.; RICHTLER, T.. A preserved high-z compact progenitor in the heart of NGC 3311 revealed with MUSE 2D stellar population analysis. Astronomy & Astrophysics, v. 649, . (09/54006-4, 16/12331-0, 18/24389-8, 11/51680-6)
BUZZO, M. L.; ZIEGLER, B.; AMRAM, P.; VERDUGO, M.; BARBOSA, C. E.; CIOCAN, B.; PAPADEROS, P.; TORRES-FLORES, S.; MENDES DE OLIVEIRA, C.. Physical and kinematic conditions of the local merging galaxy NGC 1487. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 503, n. 1, p. 18-pg., . (19/01639-1, 19/23388-0, 16/12331-0, 19/11910-4, 17/50277-0, 18/09165-6)
MENDES DE OLIVEIRA, C.; RIBEIRO, T.; SCHOENELL, W.; KANAAN, A.; OVERZIER, R. A.; MOLINO, A.; SAMPEDRO, L.; COELHO, P.; BARBOSA, C. E.; CORTESI, A.; et al. The Southern Photometric Local Universe Survey (S-PLUS): improved SEDs, morphologies, and redshifts with 12 optical filters. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 489, n. 1, p. 241-267, . (16/12331-0, 18/21661-9, 09/54202-8, 14/11806-9, 18/02444-7, 16/23567-4, 16/21532-9, 11/51680-6, 17/23766-0, 17/01461-2, 14/07684-5, 16/21664-2, 14/13723-3, 16/17119-9, 14/18632-6)
ALMEIDA-FERNANDES, F.; SAMPEDRO, L.; HERPICH, F. R.; MOLINO, A.; BARBOSA, C. E.; BUZZO, M. L.; OVERZIER, R. A.; DE LIMA, E. V. R.; NAKAZONO, L. M., I; OLIVEIRA SCHWARZ, G. B.; et al. Data Release 2 of S-PLUS: Accurate template-fitting based photometry covering similar to 1000 deg(2) in 12 optical filters. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 511, n. 3, p. 29-pg., . (09/54202-8, 16/12331-0, 19/01312-2, 18/09165-6, 19/10923-5, 19/26492-3, 20/00457-4, 19/23388-0, 14/10566-4, 18/20977-2, 19/11910-4, 19/26412-0, 11/51680-6, 18/21250-9, 17/18191-8)
NAKAZONO, L.; DE OLIVEIRA, C. MENDES; HIRATA, N. S. T.; JERAM, S.; QUEIROZ, C.; EIKENBERRY, STEPHEN S.; GONZALEZ, A. H.; ABRAMO, R.; OVERZIER, R.; ESPADOTO, M.; et al. On the discovery of stars, quasars, and galaxies in the Southern Hemisphere with S-PLUS DR2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 507, n. 4, p. 5847-5868, . (18/09165-6, 19/06766-1, 19/10923-5, 15/22308-2, 19/26492-3, 18/20977-2, 14/10566-4, 19/01312-2, 18/25671-9, 19/23388-0, 17/25835-9, 15/11442-0, 16/12331-0)
BUZZO, MARIA LUISA; CORTESI, ARIANNA; FORBES, DUNCAN A.; BRODIE, JEAN P.; COUCH, WARRICK J.; BARBOSA, CARLOS EDUARDO; SILVA, DANIELLE DE BRITO; COELHO, PAULA; CHIES-SANTOS, ANA L.; ESCUDERO, CARLOS; et al. A new method to detect globular clusters with the S-PLUS survey. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 510, n. 1, p. 1383-1392, . (19/23388-0, 16/12331-0, 17/00204-6)
WHITTEN, DEVIN D.; PLACCO, VINICIUS M.; BEERS, TIMOTHY C.; AN, DEOKKEUN; LEE, YOUNG SUN; ALMEIDA-FERNANDES, FELIPE; HERPICH, FABIO R.; DAFLON, SIMONE; BARBOSA, CARLOS E.; PEROTTONI, HELIO D.; et al. The Photometric Metallicity and Carbon Distributions of the Milky Way's Halo and Solar Neighborhood from S-PLUS Observations of SDSS Stripe 82. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, v. 912, n. 2, . (16/12331-0, 18/21661-9, 09/54202-8, 19/26492-3, 18/20977-2, 19/11910-4, 18/21250-9)
BARBOSA, C. E.; ZARITSKY, D.; DONNERSTEIN, R.; ZHANG, H.; DEY, A.; DE OLIVEIRA, C. MENDES; SAMPEDRO, L.; MOLINO, A.; COSTA-DUARTE, M. V.; COELHO, P.; et al. One Hundred SMUDGes in S-PLUS: Ultra-diffuse Galaxies Flourish in the Field. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES, v. 247, n. 2, . (18/21661-9, 11/51680-6, 18/24389-8, 19/23141-5, 18/05392-8, 19/11910-4, 09/54006-4, 16/12331-0, 16/17119-9, 09/54202-8, 16/21664-2)
HILKER, M.; RICHTLER, T.; BARBOSA, C. E.; ARNABOLDI, M.; COCCATO, L.; DE OLIVEIRA, C. MENDES. The Hydra I cluster core II. Kinematic complexity in a rising velocity dispersion profile around the cD galaxy NGC3311. Astronomy & Astrophysics, v. 619, . (12/22676-3, 16/12331-0, 11/51680-6, 11/21325-0)
BARBOSA, C. E.; ARNABOLDI, M.; COCCATO, L.; GERHARD, O.; MENDES DE OLIVEIRA, C.; HILKER, M.; RICHTLER, T.. Sloshing in its cD halo: MUSE kinematics of the central galaxy NGC 3311 in the Hydra I cluster. Astronomy & Astrophysics, v. 609, . (11/21325-0, 16/12331-0, 09/54202-8, 16/17119-9)

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