Properties of high-redshift starburst galaxies and their local analogs contributing to the reionization of our early universe
Dr. Abhishek Paswan
Date & Time :
One of the outstanding problems of our present observational cosmology is to understand the nature of sources that play a crucial role in the re-ionization of our early universe by leaking their bulk of ionizing photons. In this context, I will present a low-mass, high-redshift, starburst galaxy identified as the extreme Lyman Continuum (LyC) photons leaker. Using its local counterparts, I will further discuss the physical processes in greater detail that allow such galaxies to leak their ionizing LyC photons.
About Speaker :
Dr. Paswan is currently a postdoctoral researcher at IIA. Prior to that he has completed his Ph.D. at ARIES and spent a few years at IUCAA as a postdoctoral researcher. This seminar is a part of the activities commemorating "75 years of India's Independence: Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav" at ARIES.