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Professor in the Department of Physicsocw208+44 (0) 191 33 43542
Member of the Institute for Computational CosmologyOCW208+44 (0) 191 33 43542

Biography

Responsibilities within department

xgal space man joint astrophysics seminar organiser

Teaching activity

Demonstrator on Level 3 computing course.

Research interests

Galaxy formation and evolution, large scale structure of the Universe.

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Publications

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Conference Paper

Conference Proceeding

  • Baugh, C.M., Lacey, C.G., Frenk, C.S., Granato, G.L., Silva, L., Bressan, A., Benson, A.J. & Cole, S. (2007). The Nature of (Sub)millimeter Galaxies in Hierarchical Models. From Z-Machines to ALMA: (Sub)Millimeter Spectroscopy of Galaxies.
  • Lacey, C. (2006). A Multi-Wavelength Model of Galaxy Formation. The Fabulous Destiny of Galaxies: Bridging Past and Present.
  • Nagashima, M., Lacey, C.G., Okamoto, T., Baugh, C.M., Frenk, C.S. & Cole, S. (2006). The metal enrichment of galaxies and galaxy clusters in the cold dark matter universe. Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies.
  • Baugh, C., Durham, UK, Angulo, R., Bower, R., Frenk, C., Jenkins, A., Morris, S., Helly, J., Benson, A., Cole, S. & others (2005). Realistic simulations of acoustic oscillations in galaxy survey. Probing the Dark Universe with Subaru and Gemini.
  • Peacock, J.A. (2002). Studying Large-scale Structure with the 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey. A New Era in Cosmology.
  • Benson, A.J., Benson, A.J., Frenk, C.S., Baugh, C.M., Cole, S. & Lacey, C.G. (2001). Galaxy Formation at High Redshifts: the View from the NGST. The New Era of Wide Field Astronomy.
  • Lacey, C. & et al. (1999). Semi-analytical galaxy formation models and the high redshift universe. Evolution of Large Scale Structure From Recombination to Garching.
  • Frenk, C.S., Baugh, C.M., Cole, S. & Lacey, S. (1997). Numerical and Analytical Modelling of Galaxy Formation and Evolution. Dark and Visible Matter in Galaxies and Cosmological Implications.

Journal Article

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