HI Galaxy Science
HI Galaxy Science Working Group Introduction
The HI Galaxy Science Working Group is focused on studying the formation and evolution of galaxies by mapping the 21-cm spectral line of neutral atomic hydrogen (HI) in absorption and emission, over cosmic time.
Using SKA we will conduct deep HI observations of millions of galaxies out to redshift z>1. Our primary goals are to investigate the structure and dynamics of cold gas in and around galaxies, explore the gas-halo interface, discover plumes and streams of intergalactic gas, as well as map large-scale galaxy structures and their peculiar motions.
Working Group Membership
Members of the the HI Galaxy Science Working group can be found here
We actively encourage interested researchers to participate in the working group.
Please contact the co-chairs if you are interested in joining the group, with a brief description of your area of research.
The current co-chairs are:
- Betsey Adams (ASTRON, Netherlands), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Barbara Catinella (UWA, Australia), email@example.com
Guidelines on who can join the group can be found here
The SKAO Project Scientist liaison is Philippa Hartley.
Related 2015 “Advancing Astrophysics with the Square Kilometre Array” Chapters
- See appropriate section here
Related 2004 “Science with the Square Kilometre Array” Chapters
- “Galaxy evolution, cosmology and dark energy with the Square Kilometre Array” Rawlings et al.
- “Relativistic jets” Bicknell et al.
- “Compact radio cores: from the firstblack holes to the last” Falcke et al.
- “The accretion history of the universe with the SKA” Jarvis and Rawlings
- “Deep radio continuum studies with the SKA: evolution of radio AGN populations” Jackson
- “Disks, tori and cocoons: emission and absoprtion diagnostics of AGN environments” Morganti et al.
- “Surveys of compact extragalactic radio sources” Gurvits
- “From gas to galaxies” vand der Hulst et al.
- “Predictions for the SKA from hierachical galaxy formation models” Baugh et al.
- “Searching for high redshift centimeter wave continuum, line and maser emission using the Square Kilometre array” Blain et al.
- “21 cm absorption stiudies with the Square Kilometre Array” Kanekar & Briggs
- Paolo Serra (2020-2022)
- Sarah Blyth (2017-2021)
- Lourdes Verdes-Montenegro (2017-2019)
- Erwin de Blok (2015-2017)
- Martin Meyer (2015-2017)
- Lister Staveley-Smith (2013-2015)
- Tom Oosterloo (2013-2015)