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Subject: Events for today Friday 2/27/09
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Good morning:

Events for today, February 27, 2009

Robinson 251

Informal lunch with Dr. Danilo Marchesini.  All students are encouraged 
to attend. Pizza and soda will be available.

February 27, 2009
3:00 pm
Nelson Auditorium, Anderson 112

Please note refreshments will be served in Robinson 251(Knipp Library)at 

Special Physics and Astronomy Colloquium

=93The Universe at z=3D2-4: New Insights into Galaxy Formation and 

Danilo Marchesini
Yale University

In the past five years, our understanding of the galaxy population at 
redshift z=3D2-4 has improved significantly. As the redshift range z=3D2-4 
represents a key epoch in the buildup and evolution of galaxies, 
studies of the properties of galaxies at these redshifts provide 
important clues on the physical processes at work during galaxy 
formation and evolution. I will summarize our current knowledge of the 
galaxy population at z=3D2-4, as well as discuss these results in the 
context of the latest generations of galaxy formation models. I will 
conclude by presenting the most relevant open issues and how these will 
be addressed by ongoing projects and future facilities.

**Please note room change
Refreshments served in Knipp Library, Robinson 251, at 2:30 pm

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