Distant Galaxies Research Topics Ideas

Research Area/ Research Interest: Distant Galaxies

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Pressure profiles of distant Galaxy clusters with Planck-SPT data
  2. New Insights into the Evolution of Massive Stars and Their Effects on Our Understanding of Early Galaxies
  3. Chemical and stellar properties of star-forming dwarf galaxies
  4. A deep survey of short GRB host galaxies over : implications for offsets, redshifts, and environments
  5.  The Speed of Light and the Principle of Energy Conservation
  6. Deciphering stellar metallicities in the early Universe: case study of a young galaxy at z = 4.77 in the MUSE eXtremely Deep Field
  7. Discovery of a luminous starburst galaxy with hundreds of thousands of Wolf–Rayet stars
  8. Map of the Molecular Ring and Arms of the Spiral Galaxy NGC 7331
  9. Unleashing the proper motions: revolution in the inner Galaxy
  11. A Simulation Driven Deep Learning Approach for Separating Mergers and Star Forming Galaxies: The Formation Histories of Clumpy Galaxies in all the CANDELS …
  12.  ASCA observation of a Radio-loud Quasar and a New Candidate of Cluster of Galaxies
  13. The role of the cosmic web in the scatter of the galaxy stellar mass-gas metallicity relation
  14. Illuminating the Gas Cycling in and out of Galaxies
  15. Birefringent Rydberg Dark Matter from Cosmic Dust
  16. A new slant on the cosmos
  17.  Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies as the Gravitational Redshift of Gravitons
  18. Finite-resolution Deconvolution of Multiwavelength Imaging of 20,000 Galaxies in the COSMOS Field: The Evolution of Clumpy Galaxies over Cosmic Time
  19. How Crowded Are Quasar Neighborhoods in the Early Universe?
  20. Estimating the Photometric Redshifts of Galaxies and QSOs Using Regression Techniques in Machine Learning
  21. The GLEAMing of the first supermassive black holes: II. A new sample of high-redshift radio galaxy candidates
  22.  Distant star forming galaxies, next generation radio telescopes and the radio universe before re-ionisation
  23. The resolved chemical abundance properties within the interstellar medium of star-forming galaxies at z≈ 1.5
  24. PAHs Near and Far: Ground and Airborne 3-5 micron observations of PAHs in Planetary Nebulae and Star Forming Regions in the Era of JWST
  25. Mid-and Far-infrared Color–Color Relations within Local Galaxies
  26.  Sneak Preview of Early Quasar Observations
  27. Triangulating Triangulum
  28. Chemical Abundance Scaling Relations for Multiple Elements in z≃ 2–3 Star-forming Galaxies
  29. The TELPERION survey for distant clouds around luminous and hibernating AGN
  30. The Near-infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph for the James Webb Space Telescope. II. Wide Field Slitless Spectroscopy
  31. Theories on the Formation and Evolution of Spiral Galaxies & Rate of Universal Expansion
  32. RR Lyrae Stars and Anomalous Cepheids as Population Tracers in Local Group Galaxies
  33. Observations of the Initial Formation and Evolution of Spiral galaxies at in the CANDELS fields
  34. Imminent merger of giant black holes predicted
  35.  An ALMA perspective on massive high-redshift galaxy evolution
  36. Simulating Jellyfish Galaxies: A Case Study for a Gas-Rich Dwarf Galaxy
  37. Supernova siblings and their parent galaxies in the Zwicky Transient Facility Bright Transient Survey
  38. Hunting for massive black holes in dwarf galaxies
  39.  Extreme Variation in Star Formation Efficiency across a Compact, Starburst Disk Galaxy
  40. The Solution to galaxy rotation curve problem——Dark matter and MOND
  41. Using Machine Learning to Profile Asymmetry between Spiral Galaxies with Opposite Spin Directions
  42. Organic Molecules in Insterstellar Space: Latest advances
  43. Multiwavelength emission from leptonic processes in ageing galaxy bubbles
  44. The ALPINE-ALMA survey: dust attenuation curves at z= 4.4-5.5
  45. The Milky Way’s plane of satellites: consistent with CDM
  46. The origin and evolution of giant radio galaxies
  47. Connie Zehr Papers; Cherie Raciti Papers
  48. A highly magnified star at redshift 6.2
  49. Automated galaxy-galaxy strong lens modelling: no lens left behind
  50. Unifying repeating fast radio bursts
  53. Non-LTE abundances of zinc in different spectral type stars and the Galactic [Zn/Fe] trend based on quantum data on inelastic processes in zinc-hydrogen collisions
  54.  Weak-lensing magnification as a probe for the dark Universe
  55. Odd Radio Circles as supernovae remnants in the intragroup medium
  56. First Census of Gas-phase Metallicity Gradients of Star-forming Galaxies in Overdense Environments at Cosmic Noon
  57.  THE ULTRAVIOLET DIGITAL SKY (the GALEX Science Data Archive)
  58. Measuring the cosmological density field twice: A novel test of dark energy using the CMB quadrupole
  59. Hot Extended Galaxy Halos around Local L* Galaxies from Sunyaev–Zeldovich Measurements
  60. Intrinsic alignments of the extended radio continuum emission of galaxies in the EAGLE simulations
  61. Naked Eye Estimates of Morning Prayer at Tubruq of Libya
  62. Eternal universe in dynamic equilibrium
  63. Astrophysical Distance Scale. IV. Preliminary Zero-point Calibration of the JAGB Method in the HST/WFC3-IR Broad J-band (F110W) Filter
  64.  The E ects of Starburst Activity on Low Surface Brightness Disk Galaxies
  65. Cosmology: Where Religion Meets Physics.
  66. The XXL Survey – XLVIII. X-ray follow-up of distant XXL clusters: masses, scaling relations, and AGN contamination
  67.  Astrophysics and Logic Often Conflict
  68. High-resolution international LOFAR observations of 4C 43.15-Spectral ages and injection indices in a high-z radio galaxy
  69. The Stellar-age Dependence of X-Ray Emission from Normal Star-forming Galaxies in the GOODS Fields
  70. The Edge-on Galaxies in the Pan-STARRS survey (EGIPS)
  71. Echoes of the past: ultra-high-energy cosmic rays accelerated by radio galaxies, scattered by starburst galaxies
  72. Influence of charge on extended decoupled anisotropic solutions in f ( R , T , R λ ξ T λ ξ ) gravity
  73. Damped Lyα Absorbers in Star-forming Galaxies at z< 0.15 Detected with the Hubble Space Telescope and Implications for Galactic Evolution
  74. Machine learning in present day astrophysics
  75. New evidence for a cosmological distribution of stellar mass primordial black holes
  76.  Unveiling Star Formation in the Early Universe: a Sub-mm Survey of the Hubble Deep Field
  77. The DUVET Survey: Resolved maps of star formation driven outflows in a compact, starbursting disk galaxy
  78. H I in and behind the Hubble Frontier Field clusters: a deep MeerKAT pilot search out to z ∼ 0.5
  79. The DUVET Survey: Resolved maps of star formation-driven outflows in a compact, starbursting disc galaxy
  80. The LISA Data Challenges
  81. Energy functions of fast radio bursts derived from the first CHIME/FRB catalogue
  82. : Studying Quenching in Intermediate-z Galaxies—Gas, Momentum, and Evolution
  83. Weighing the Galactic disk using phase-space spirals IV. Tests on a three-dimensional galaxy simulation
  84. Red Variable Stars in Three M81 Group Dwarf Galaxies
  85. New evidence and analysis of cosmological-scale asymmetry in galaxy spin directions
  86. HST WFC3/Grism observations of the candidate ultra-high-redshift radio galaxy GLEAM J0917–0012
  87.  Scalar Field and Time Quantum
  88. Evidence for Cold-stream to Hot-accretion Transition as Traced by Lyα Emission from Groups and Clusters at 2< z< 3.3
  89. Deep Extragalactic VIsible Legacy Survey: Data Release 1 blended spectra search for candidate strong gravitational lenses
  90.  A Highly Magnified Star at Redshift 6.2
  91. Infrared Instrumentation on NASA Airborne Observatories
  92.  1 Scientific Objectives
  93. Detectability of space debris objects in the infrared spectrum
  94. The age gradients of galaxies in EAGLE: outside-in quenching as the origin of young bulges in cluster galaxies
  95. Bright, relatively isolated star clusters in PHANGS–HST galaxies: Aperture corrections, quantitative morphologies, and comparison with synthetic stellar population …
  96. Radio Galaxies at TeV Energies
  97. The Interstellar Medium of Dwarf Galaxies
  98. Galactic Archaeology
  99. Pegasus V–a newly discovered ultra-faint dwarf galaxy on the outskirts of Andromeda
  100. pALMA Discovery of a Disk around the Planetary-mass Companion
  101.  The MUSE Extremely Deep Field: Evidence for SFR-induced cores in dark-matter dominated galaxies at z≃ 1
  102. The power-law dependence between the matter-radiation and Hubble anisotropies
  103.  Scientific Results from Deconvolved Images
  104.  The great fallacy of the accelerated expansion of the universe
  105. Probing cool giants in unresolved galaxies using fluctuation eigenspectra: A demonstration using high-resolution MUSE observations of NGC 5128
  106. H α morphologies of star clusters in 16 LEGUS galaxies: Constraints on H ii region evolution time-scales
  107. The Expanding Universe
  108. Variable Stars in the giant satellite galaxy Antlia 2
  109. SIBELIUS-DARK: a galaxy catalogue of the local volume from a constrained realization simulation
  110. Extremely Broad Lyα Line Emission from the Molecular Intragroup Medium in Stephan’s Quintet: Evidence for a Turbulent Cascade in a Highly Clumpy Multiphase …
  112. Evolution of stars and gas in galaxies
  113. Hamiltonian Dynamics of a spaceship in Alcubierre and G\” odel metrics: Recursion operators and underlying master symmetries
  114. Overdensity of SubMillimiter Galaxies in the GJ526 Field mapped with the NIKA2 Camera
  115. Deep transfer learning for blended source identification in galaxy survey data
  116. Cleaning large-dimensional covariance matrices for correlated samples
  117.  Very Short Introductions for Curious Young Minds: The Secrets of the Universe
  118. Novel rotation scheme for dual-axis rotational inertial navigation system based on body diagonal rotation of inertial measurement unit
  119. Testing General Relativity on the Largest Scales in the Years 1915-1955: the Dawning of Modern Cosmology
  121. Searching for TESS Photometric Variability of Possible JWST Spectrophotometric Standard Stars
  123. Testing Velocity Field Lensing on Realistic Galaxy Models
  124. X-ray Spectroscopy of Cool Core Galaxy Clusters
  125. The effect of dwarf galaxies on the tidal tails of globular clusters
  126.  Metallicity Distribution Function of the Eridanus II Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy from Hubble Space Telescope Narrowband Imaging
  127. The High Fraction of Thin Disk Galaxies Continues to Challenge ΛCDM Cosmology
  128. New tests of dark sector interactions from the full-shape galaxy power spectrum
  129.  Something is Seriously Wrong with Cosmology
  130. Overview of the LAMOST survey in the first decade
  131. Dark matter effect on the weak deflection angle by black holes at the center of Milky Way and M87 galaxies
  132. The impact of void environment on AGN
  133. Discovering gravitationally lensed gravitational waves: predicted rates, candidate selection, and localization with the Vera Rubin Observatory
  134. Thermal and nonthermal emission in the optical-UV spectrum of PSR B0950+ 08
  135. Perseus arm–a new perspective on star formation and spiral structure in our home galaxy
  136. Alternative ideas in cosmology
  137. Radio Scattering Horizons for Galactic and Extragalactic Transients
  138. PHANGS-HST: new methods for star cluster identification in nearby galaxies
  139. Is the Hubble crisis connected with the extinction of dinosaurs?
  140. LEGA-C: Analysis of Dynamical Masses from Ionized Gas and Stellar Kinematics at z∼ 0.8
  141. The ionizing properties of two bright Ly emitters in the BDF reionized bubble at z=7
  142. Mapping the cosmic mass distribution with stacked weak gravitational lensing and Doppler lensing
  143. The density distributions of cosmic structures: impact of the local environment on weak-lensing convergence
  144. METAL: The Metal Evolution, Transport, and Abundance in the Large Magellanic Cloud Hubble Program. III. Interstellar Depletions, Dust-to-Metal, and Dust-to-Gas …
  145. High-resolution ALMA study of CO (2-1) line and dust continuum emissions in cluster galaxies at z= 1.46
  146.  On the Stellar Populations of Galaxies at z= 9–11: The Growth of Metals and Stellar Mass at Early Times
  147. Recent Formation of a Spiral Disk Hosting Progenitor Globular Clusters at the Center of the Perseus Brightest Cluster Galaxy. I. Spiral Disk
  148. A census of optically dark massive galaxies in the early Universe from magnification by lensing galaxy clusters
  150. Scaling relations of z~ 0.25-1.5 galaxies in various environments from the morpho-kinematic analysis of the MAGIC sample
  151. Evidence for strong intracluster magnetic fields in the early Universe
  152. Survey of Gravitationally-lensed Objects in HSC Imaging (SuGOHI). VIII. New galaxy-scale lenses from the HSC SSP
  153. Live Fast, Die -Enhanced: The Mass-Metallicity- Relation of the Milky Way’s Disrupted Dwarf Galaxies
  154.  Effect of the magnetic charge on weak deflection angle and greybody bound of the black hole in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
  155. Cosmic evolution of low-excitation radio galaxies in the LOFAR two-metre sky survey deep fields
  156.  Structure scalars and an extension to LTB metric
  157.  The first three minutes: a modern view of the origin of the universe
  158. Astrophysics with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna
  159. Well grounded: Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge, ethnobiology and sustainability
  160. Using eagle simulations to study the effect of observational constraints on the determination of H i asymmetries in galaxies
  161.  Jordan Peterson on Postmodernism, Truth, and Science
  162. Relic galaxy analogues in TNG50 simulation: the formation pathways of surviving red nuggets in a cosmological simulation
  163. Cosmic star formation history with tomographic CIB-galaxy cross-correlation
  164.  Larmor rotation in galaxies
  165. Weighing the Galactic disk using phase-space spirals IV. Tests on a 3d galaxy simulation
  166.  Constraints on cubic and f (P) gravity from the cosmic chronometers, BAO & CMB datasets: Use of machine learning algorithms
  167. Massive quiescent galaxies at : a comparison of selection, stellar population and structural properties with simulation predictions
  168. Gravitational lensing effects of supermassive black holes in cluster environments
  169. The Near-Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) on the James Webb Space Telescope III. Integral-field spectroscopy
  170. Constraining merging galaxy clusters with X-ray and lensing simulations and observations: the case of Abell 2146
  171. A dusty compact object bridging galaxies and quasars at cosmic dawn
  172. Snowmass 2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Cosmology with Millimeter-Wave Line Intensity Mapping
  173. GRB 220408A: 1.3 m DFOT Optical upper limit
  174. Harvesting quantum coherence from axion dark matter
  175. Phenomenological Aspects of Axion-Like Particles in Cosmology and Astrophysics
  176. Statistical properties of the nebular spectra of 103 stripped envelope core collapse supernovae
  177. An Ultraluminous Supersoft Source in a Dwarf Galaxy of A85: An Intermediate-mass Black Hole Candidate
  178. Identifications of RR Lyrae stars and Quasars from the simulated data of Mephisto-W Survey
  179.  What Is Gravitational Lensing? Its Discovery, Mechanics, and Applications
  180. Detection of extragalactic Ultra-Compact Dwarfs and Globular Clusters using Explainable AI techniques
  181. Dwarf stellar haloes: a powerful probe of small-scale galaxy formation and the nature of dark matter
  182. Comparing lensing and stellar orbital models of a nearby massive strong-lens galaxy
  183. zELDA: fitting Lyman alpha line profiles using deep learning
  184. MUSE spectroscopy of planetary nebulae with high abundance discrepancies
  185. Emanuel Martínez Papers
  186.  Inconsistencies concerning Einstein’s gravitational Red-Shift and their Solution tested at Procyon and Sirius B
  187. The Discovery of the Big Bang
  188. A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission (VESTIGE). XII. Two-dimensional Hα kinematics of the edge-on ram pressure stripped galaxy NGC 4330
  189. J01020100− 7122208: an accreted evolved blue straggler that was not ejected from a supermassive black hole
  190.  Data from 14,577 cosmological objects and 14 FRBs confirm the predictions of new tired light (NTL) and lead to a new model of the IGM
  191. Milky Way and M31 rotation curves: CDM vs. MOND
  192. Constructing the Emission-line Galaxy–Host Halo Connection through Auto and Cross Correlations
  193.  Problems With Finding the Age of the Universe, the Trouble With Hubble’s Constant and the Rise of the Hubble Tension
  194. A compact symmetric radio source born at one-tenth the current age of the Universe
  195. A Search for H-Dropout Lyman Break Galaxies at z∼ 12–16
  196. The central dark matter fraction of massive early-type galaxies
  197. Weak gravitational lensing shear measurement with FPFS: analytical mitigation of noise bias and selection bias
  198. Some Applications of General Relativity
  199. The Near-Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) on the James Webb Space Telescope
  200. The FAST Ultra-Deep Survey (FUDS): Observational strategy, calibration and data reduction
  201. A study of 1000 galaxies with unusually young and massive stars in the SDSS: a search for hidden black holes
  202. ALMA 200 pc imaging of az~ 7 quasar reveals a compact, disk-like host galaxy
  203. The Metallicity Distribution Function in Outer Halo Fields of Simulated Elliptical Galaxies Compared to Observations of NGC 5128
  204. Relic galaxy analogues in TNG50 simulation: the formation pathways of surviving red nuggets in a cosmological simulation
  205. FOREVER22: galaxy formation in protocluster regions
  206. Sizes of Lensed Lower-luminosity z= 4–8 Galaxies from the Hubble Frontier Field Program
  207. SKYSURF: Constraints on Zodiacal Light and Extragalactic Background Light through Panchromatic HST All-Sky Surface-Brightness Measurements
  208. Superhorizon Perturbations: A Possible Explanation of the Hubble–Lemaître Tension and the Large-scale Anisotropy of the Universe
  209. Using Multiple Emission Line Ratios to Constrain the Slope of the Dust Attenuation Law
  210. Linking Characteristics of the Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Population with Galaxy Properties: A Quantitative Approach Using the NASA Ames PAH IR …
  211. Simultaneously constraining cosmology and baryonic physics via deep learning from weak lensing
  212. The Environmental Dependence of Gas Properties in Dense Cores of a Protocluster at z∼ 2.5 Revealed with ALMA
  213. Galaxy Correlation Function and Local Density from Photometric Redshifts Using the Stochastic Order Redshift Technique (SORT)
  214.  A glint in the eye: Photographic plate archive searches for non-terrestrial artefacts
  215. Lensing cosmic drift
  216. Automating Cognitive Modelling Considering Non-Formalisable Semantics
  217. Fitting AGN/galaxy X-ray-to-radio SEDs with CIGALE and improvement of the code
  218. The subthermal excitation of the C i lines in the molecular gas reservoirs of galaxies: its significance and potential utility
  219. Observing Ram Pressure at Work in Intermediate Redshift Clusters with MUSE: The Case of Abell 2744 and Abell 370
  220. The BPT Diagram in Cosmological Galaxy Formation Simulations: Understanding the Physics Driving Offsets at High-Redshift
  221. PDRs4All: A JWST Early Release Science Program on radiative feedback from massive stars
  222. The First Large Absorption Survey in H i (FLASH): I. Science goals and survey design
  223. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Observational Facilities to Study Dark Matter
  224. Presenting the model of unity of the material world based on the principles of transcendent wisdom and modern physics
  225.  Observation of CL 0107+ 31 and No-identified Di use X-ray Sources around NRAO 58

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