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A radio view on the structural evolution of massive star-forming galaxies across cosmic time
It is not well understood what processes regulate the global formation of stars in galaxies throughout cosmic history. My work aims to measure the structural evolution of star-forming galaxies (SFGs), from the present back ...
Stellar populations in gravitationally bound systems
The understanding of how, which, where and when stars form provides important information for the vast majority of astronomical fields. Star-formation has a complex multi-scale physical nature. Stars form in dense sub-parsec ...
From galaxies to the cosmic web and back: the interplay of different scales in galaxy formation and cosmic reionization
The evolution of the Universe is primarily governed by gravity, that triggers the development of a complex web-like distribution of galaxies. The latter are embedded in larger structures, called haloes, mainly composed by ...