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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

Chapter in book

  • Granato, G.L., Silva, L., Bressan, A., Lacey, C.G., Baugh, C.M., Cole, S. & Frenk, C.S. (2001). Modelling the extinction properties of galaxies. In The Evolution of Galaxies: I-Observational Clues. Vílchez, José M., Stasińska, Grażyna & Pérez, Enrique Springer. 589-592.

Conference Paper

  • Kim, J.-W., Edge, A.C., Wake, D.A., Gonzalez-Perez, V., Baugh, C.M. & Lacey, C.G. (2013), Clustering of EROs from UKIDSS DXS and Pan-STARRS PS1, in Thomas, D., Pasquali, A. & Ferreras, I. eds, IAU Symposium 295: IAU Symposium. Cambridge University Press, 59-59.
  • Orsi, A., Lacey, C.G. & Baugh, C.M. (2013), Modelling Ly$\alpha$ emitters in a hierarchical Universe: a hybrid approach, in De Rossi, M.E., Pedrosa, S.E. & Pellizza, L.J. eds, Asociación Argentina de Astronomía Book Series 4: Second Workshop on Numerical and Observational Astrophysics: From the First Structures to the Universe Today. Buenos Aires, Asociación Argentina de Astronomía, Buenos Aires, 100-103.
  • Baugh, C.M. (2013), The evolution of massive galaxies in semi-analytical models of galaxy formation, in Thomas, D., Pasquali, A. & Ferreras, I. eds, IAU Symposium 295: IAU Symposium. Cambridge University Press, 191-199.
  • Guo, Q., Lacey, C., Cole, S., Baugh, C., Frenk, C. & Norberg, P. (2011), Environmental dependence on Herschel-ATLAS galaxies, Galaxy Formation: An International Conference. Durham.
  • Fanidakis, N., Frenk, C., Baugh, C., Cole, S., Bower, R., Done, C., Hickox, R., Benson, A. & Lagos, C. (2011), Unravelling the properties of active galaxies in hierarchical cosmologies, Galaxy Formation: An International Conference. Durham.
  • Gonzalez-Perez, V., Baugh, C. & Lacey, C. (2011), Clustering of massive galaxies and the evolution of clustering with mass, for z < 2, Galaxy Formation: An International Conference. Durham, 109P.
  • Gonzalez-Perez, V., Baugh, C.M., Lacey, C.G. & Almeida, C. (2010), Extremely Red Objects in a Hierarchical Universe, in Diego, J.M., Goicoechea, L.J., González-Serrano, J.I. & Gorgas, J. eds, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings Highlights of Spanish Astrophysics V. Santander, Springer, 297.
  • Jennings, E., Baugh, C.M., Angulo, R.E. & Pascoli, S. (2010), How BAO measurements can fail to detect quintessence, in Alimi, J.-M. & Fuözfa, A. eds, American Institute of Physics Conference Series 1241: Invisible Universe International Conference. Paris, France, AIP, 945-954.
  • Content, R., Cimatti, A., Robberto, M., Grange, R., Spanò, P., Sharples, R.M., Baugh, C., Garilli, B., Guzzo, L., Le Fevre, O., Maccagni, D., Rosati, P., Wang, Y., Zamorani, G. & Zerbi, F. (2008), Offspring of SPACE: the spectrograph channel of the ESA Dark Energy Mission EUCLID, Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series 7010: Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2008: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter. Marseille, France, SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 70104S.
  • Sánchez, A. G. & Baugh, C. M. (2007), Cosmological Parameters 2006, in Metcalfe, N. & Shanks, T. eds, ASP Conference Series 379: Cosmic Frontiers. Durham, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, 8.
  • Lacey}, C.~G. and {Baugh}, C.~M. and {Frenk}, C.~S. and {Silva}, L. and {Granato}, G.~L. and {Bressan}, A. (2007), Galaxy evolution in the infra-red: comparison of a hierarchical galaxy formation model with SPITZER data, 704.
  • Holliman, N. S., Baugh, C., Frenk, C., Jenkins, A., Froner, B., Hassaine, D., Helly, J., Metcalfe, N. & Okamoto, T. (2006), Cosmic cookery: making a stereoscopic 3D animated movie, in Woods, Andrew J., Dodgson, Neil A., Merritt, John O., Bolas, Mark T. & McDowall, Ian E. eds, Proceedings of SPIE 6055: Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XIII. San Jose, California, International Society for Optical Engineering, 605505.
  • Croton}, D.~J. and {Norberg}, P. and {Gaztanaga}, E. and {Baugh}, C.~M. (2006), Statistical analysis of galaxy surveys - III: The non-linear clustering of red and blue galaxies in the 2dFGRS.
  • Baugh}, C.~M. (2006), Cosmic cookery: growing galaxies in a computer, 47: 10-2.
  • Baugh}, C.~M. (2006), A primer on hierarchical galaxy formation: the semi-analytical approach, 69: 3101-3156.
  • Nagashima, Masahiro, Lacey, Cedric G., Baugh, Carlton M., & Frenk, Carlos S. and Cole, Shaun (2004), Chemical enrichment of ICM in a hierarchical galaxy formation model including SNe Ia, IAU Colloq. 195: Outskirts of Galaxy Clusters: Intense Life in the Suburbs 290-292.
  • Benson, A. J., Lacey, C. G., Frenk, C. S., Cole, S. and & Baugh, C. M. (2003), The Interplay Between Galaxy Formation and the IGM, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica Conference Series 17: 299-302.
  • Beasley, Michael A., Baugh, Carlton M., Forbes, Duncan A., & Sharples, Ray M. and Frenk, Carlos S. (2003), Forming Globular Cluster Systems in a Semi-Analytic Scheme, Extragalactic Globular Cluster Systems 342-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Benson, A. J., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S. and & Lacey, C. (2003), The Evolution of Galaxy Mass in Hierarchical Models, The Mass of Galaxies at Low and High Redshift 91-.
  • Pivato, M. C., Padilla, N. D., García Lambas, D. and & Baugh, C. M. (2002), High Order Bias in Ellipsoidal Collapse Model, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica Conference Series 14: 140-.
  • Morris, Simon, Content, Robert, Sharples, Ray, Bower, Richard, Davies, Roger & Baugh, Carlton (2002), A Million Element Integral Field Unit (MEIFU), Scientific Drivers for ESO Future VLT/VLTI Instrumentation Proceedings of the ESO Workshop held in Garching, Germany, 11-15 June, 2001 ESO Workshop. Garching, Germany, Springer, 99-107.
  • Beasley, M. A., Baugh, C. M., Forbes, D. A., Sharples, R. & M. and Frenk, C. S. (2002), Forming Globular Cluster Systems Semi-Analytically, Galaxy evolution, theory and observations
  • Bell, E. F., Baugh, C. M., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S. and & Lacey, C. G. (2001), The Properties of Spiral Galaxies in Semi-Analytic Galaxy Formation Models, ASP Conf. Ser. 230: Galaxy Disks and Disk Galaxies 230: 649-650.
  • Peacock, J. A., The 2DF Galaxy Redshift Survey Team, Colless, Matthew, Peacock, John, Baugh, Carlton M., Bland-Hawthorn, Joss, Bridges, Terry, Cannon, Russell, Cole, Shaun, Collins, Chris, Couch, Warrick, Cross, Nicholas, Dalton, Gavin, Deeley, Kathryn, de Propris, Roberto, Driver, Simon, Efstathiou, George, Ellis, Richard S., Frenk, Carlos S., Glazebrook, Karl, Jackson, Carole, Lahav, Ofer, Lewis, Ian, Lumsden, Stuart, Maddox, Steve, Madgwick, Darren, Norberg, Peder, Percival, & Will, Peterson, Bruce, Sutherland, Will and Taylor, Keith (2001), Measuring Large-Scale Structure with the 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey, Deep Fields 221-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Benson, A. J., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S. and & Lacey, C. G. (2001), Semi-analytic galaxy formation: understanding the high redshift universe, QSO Hosts and Their Environments 295-.
  • Cole, S., Benson, A., Baugh, C., Lacey, C. and Frenk, C. (2000), The Evolution of Galaxy Clustering in Hierachical Models, ASP Conf. Ser. 200: Clustering at High Redshift 200: 109-.
  • Cole, Shaun M., Baugh, Carlton, Frenk, Carlos, Lacey, Cedric & Benson, Andrew (2000), The evolution of disc galaxies, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A 358: Discussion Meeting on ‘The formation of galaxies’. Durham, Royal Society, 2093-2107.
  • Aragón-Salamanca, A., Baugh, C. M. and Kauffmann, G. (1999), The K-Band Hubble Diagram for the Brightest Cluster Galaxies: A Test of Galaxy Formation Models, IAU Symp. 186: Galaxy Interactions at Low and High Redshift 186: 407-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Benson, A. J., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S. and & Lacey, C. G. (1999), Ab Initio Galaxy Formation, ASP Conf. Ser. 191: Photometric Redshifts and the Detection of High Redshift Galaxies 191: 353-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S., Benson, A. J. and & Lacey, C. G. (1999), Early-Type Galaxies in the Hierarchical Universe, ASP Conf. Ser. 163: Star Formation in Early Type Galaxies 163: 227-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Lacey, C. G., Cole, S. and Frenk, C. S. (1999), Semianalytic modelling of the formation and evolution of galaxies, The Most Distant Radio Galaxies 265-.
  • Baugh, C. & Gaztanaga, E. (1999), The implications of the large scale galaxy power spectrum for cold dark matter, Evolution of Large Scale Structure From Recombination to Garching 185-.
  • Lacey, Cedric, Baugh, Carlton, Cole, Shaun and Frenk, & Carlos (1998), Modelling Galaxy Formation at High Z, Structure et Evolution du Milieu Inter-Galactique Revele par Raies D'Absorption dans le Spectre des Quasars, 13th Colloque d'Astrophysique de l'Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris 307-.
  • Baugh, C. M., Cole, S., Frenk, C. S. and Lacey, C. G. (1997), Semianalytic Modelling of Galaxy Evolution, Galaxy Scaling Relations: Origins, Evolution and Applications 52-.
  • Frenk, C. S., Baugh, C. M., Cole, S. and Lacey, C. (1997), Galaxy Formation and Evolution: Outstanding Problems, The Hubble Space Telescope and the High Redshift Universe 43-.
  • Lacey, Cedric, Baugh, Carlton, Cole, Shaun and Frenk, & Carlos (1997), Modelling Galaxy Formation at High Z, Structure and Evolution of the Intergalactic Medium from QSO Absorption Line System 307-.
  • Frenk, C.S., Baugh, C.M. & Cole, S. (1996), Numerical and Analytical Studies of Galaxy Formation, ASP Conf. Ser. 94: Mapping, Measuring, and Modelling the Universe 94: 83-.
  • Frenk, C.S., Baugh, C.M. & Cole, S.M. (1996), Galaxy Formation and Evolution What to Expect from Hierarchical Clustering Models, IAU Symp. 171: New Light on Galaxy Evolution 171: 247-.
  • Baugh, C.M. (1996), Incorporating Morphological Types Into Semi-Analytic Schemes for Galaxy Formation, The Interplay Between Massive Star Formation, the ISM and Galaxy Evolution 453-.
  • Baugh, C.M. & Efstathiou, G. (1993), A New Numerical Inversion of Limber's Equation, Texas/PASCOS '92: Relativistic Astrophysics and Particle Cosmology 688: 542-.

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

Supervision students