In this talk, I will cover our contribution to the study of extremely red galaxy (ERG) populations presenting a multi-wavelength analysis of these objects...
TalkA multi-wavelength approach to the properties of Extremely Red Galaxy populations: star formation rate and mass densities, AGN and dust content, and morphology
PublicationA photometric study of the double ring structure of NGC 4736
Photometric results for the galaxy NGC 4736 are presented, including IR and visible profiles. After correction for the extinction within the galaxy based on...
TalkAn Unbiased ULIRG sample at z~2
I will present a multiwavelength study of a large MIPS selected galaxies and satisfy a certain IRAC color criterion. Stellar population modeling and IRS spectra...
PublicationAnnular structure analysis of the starburst spiral galaxy NGC 7217.
PublicationBulge morphology of non-interacting starburst galaxies.
The authors show, in NGC 4736, that the bulge indicates strong and radially variable ellipticity, evidence of star formation, and outflow, while the bulge of...
PublicationCCD photometry of axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric Galactic bulges in the I-band
The paper presents a set of CCD images of four Galactic bulges, taken in the I photometric band under very good imaging conditions, with the Taurus camera on...
PublicationCO Excitation, Molecular Gas Density, and Interstellar Radiation Field in Local and High-redshift Galaxies
We study the carbon monoxide (CO) excitation, mean molecular gas density, and interstellar radiation field (ISRF) intensity in a comprehensive sample of 76...
PublicationCO J = 2 to 1 core mapping of the star-burst galaxy M82
Observations of the nucleus of M82 obtained with the 12-m Kitt Peak antenna show that the CO J = 1 to 2 peak temperature structure possesses a dual-core...
PublicationCOLDz: A High Space Density of Massive Dusty Starburst Galaxies ∼1 Billion Years after the Big Bang
We report the detection of CO(J = 2 → 1) emission from three massive dusty starburst galaxies at z > 5 through molecular line scans in the NSF's Karl G. Jansky...