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September 2017 Extra: Measuring Star Formation

September 2017 Extra

In the show this time, we present a series of interviews from the Measuring Star Formation in the Radio, Millimetre, and Submillimetre meeting help at the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics on 24-26 July. This meeting was an opportunity for people from around the world to come together to discuss their work in studying star formation, mainly extragalcatic star formation, in this part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The interviews from Sarah Leslie, Jacinta Delhaize, Dillon Dong, and Anna Kapinska are all featured in this podcast. Additional interviews from the meeting will be featured in later episodes.

Interview with Sarah Leslie

In this interview, Sarah Leslie from the Max Planck Institute of Astronomy discusses her work in using radio emission to measure star formation in high-redshift galaxies.

Interview with Jacinta Delhaize

Jacinta Delhaize from the University of Zagreb discusses her work on understanding the correlation between infrared and radio emission from star-forming galaxies.

Interview with Dillon Dong

In this third interview, Dillon Dong from Caltech describes his work in measuring radio emission from nearby galaxies at multiple frequencies and using that to study star formation.

Interview with Anna Kapinska

Finally, Anna Kapinska from ICRAR discusses observing nearby galaxies at very low radio frequencies.

Show Credits

Interview 1:Sarah Leslie and Josh Hayes
Interview 2:Jacinta Delhaize, Monique Henson, and Josh Hayes
Interview 3:Dillon Dong and Tom Scragg
Interview 4:Anna Kapinska and Tom Scragg
Presenters:George Bendo and Josh Hayes
Editors:George Bendo, Tom Armitage, Tom Scragg, and Benjamin Shaw
Segment Voice:Tess Jaffe
Website:George Bendo and Stuart Lowe
Producer:George Bendo
Cover art:One of the ALMA antennas. CREDIT: F. Char/ESO

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The Measuring Star Formation in the Radio, Millimetre, and Submillimetre meeting received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730562 [RadioNet].

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