Galaxy Clusters Research Topics for Masters PhD in Physics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Galaxy Clusters

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Multicomponent DHOST analysis in galaxy clusters
  2. The spatial distribution of satellites in galaxy clusters
  3.  Moffat’s modified gravity tested on X-COP galaxy clusters
  4. Baryonic imprints on DM haloes: population statistics from dwarf galaxies to galaxy clusters
  5. An inventory of galaxies in cosmic filaments feeding galaxy clusters: galaxy groups, backsplash galaxies, and pristine galaxies
  6. Probing vainsthein-screening gravity with galaxy clusters using internal kinematics and strong and weak lensing
  7. Emulating Sunyaev–Zeldovich images of galaxy clusters using autoencoders
  8. Graviton mass from X-COP galaxy clusters
  9. Signature of Supersonic Turbulence in Galaxy Clusters Revealed by AGN-driven Hα Filaments
  10. The Three Hundred project: dissecting the Fundamental Plane of galaxy clusters up to z = 1
  11. Cool circumgalactic gas in galaxy clusters: connecting the DESI legacy imaging survey and SDSS DR16 MgII absorbers
  12. The contribution of non-central radio galaxies to AGN feedback in rich galaxy clusters
  13. Analytic radial acceleration relation for galaxy clusters
  14. Evidence for anisotropic quenching in massive galaxy clusters at z≈ 0.5
  15. ALP induced polarization effects on photons from galaxy clusters
  16. Testing Screening Mechanisms with Mass Profiles of Galaxy Clusters
  17. Newcomers and suburbanites can drive the evolution of the size-stellar mass relation of early type galaxies in galaxy clusters
  18. Catalog of X-ray-selected extended galaxy clusters from the ROSAT All-Sky Survey (RXGCC)
  19. The Strongest Cluster Lenses: An Analysis of the Relation between Strong Gravitational Lensing Strength and the Physical Properties of Galaxy Clusters
  20. Cosmological constraints from gas mass fractions of massive, relaxed galaxy clusters
  21. Synthetic galaxy clusters and observations based on Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Data
  22. Improved strong lensing modelling of galaxy clusters using the Fundamental Plane: Detailed mapping of the baryonic and dark matter mass distribution of Abell S1063
  23. Galaxy cluster strong lensing cosmography-Cosmological constraints from a sample of regular galaxy clusters
  24. Detection of pairwise kSZ effect with DESI galaxy clusters and Planck
  25. The gravitational field of X-COP galaxy clusters
  26. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: Measurement of the halo bias and power spectrum normalization from a stacked weak lensing analysis
  27. A census of optically dark massive galaxies in the early Universe from magnification by lensing galaxy clusters
  28. Machine Learning methods to estimate observational properties of galaxy clusters in large volume cosmological N-body simulations
  29. AGN jets do not prevent the saturation of conduction by the heat buoyancy instability in simulated galaxy clusters
  30. Machine Learning to identify ICL and BCG in simulated galaxy clusters
  31. Bubble-driven Gas Uplift in Galaxy Clusters and its Velocity Features
  32. Constraining merging galaxy clusters with X-ray and lensing simulations and observations: the case of Abell 2146
  33. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: The impact of estimator statistics on the luminosity-mass scaling relation
  34. A detailed study of the bridge of excess X-ray emission between the galaxy clusters Abell 2029 and Abell 2033
  35. Photometric redshifts and Galaxy Clusters for DES DR2, DESI DR9, and HSC-SSP PDR3 Data
  36. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: Constraints on cosmological parameters and on the normalisation of the mass-richness relation from clustering
  37. L-Galaxies 2020: the formation and chemical evolution of stellar haloes in Milky Way analogues and galaxy clusters
  38. Do blue galaxy-clusters have hot intracluster gas?
  39. Dark Matter in Galaxy Clusters: a Parametric Strong Lensing Approach
  40.  A test of the standard dark matter density evolution law using galaxy clusters and cosmic chronometers
  41. Internal dark matter structure of the most massive galaxy clusters since redshift 1
  42. relensing: Reconstructing the mass profile of galaxy clusters from gravitational lensing
  43. Statistical Properties of Radio Halos in Galaxy Clusters and Origin of Seed Electrons for Reacceleration
  44. The Missing Metal Problem in Galaxy Clusters: Characterizing the Early Enrichment Population
  45. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: Cosmological constraints from counts and stacked weak lensing
  46. Cosmology with galaxy clusters: Impact of theoretical and observational systematic uncertainties
  47. Sunyaev Zel’dovich high resolution view of filamentary structures between galaxy clusters pairs
  48. Mass Estimation of Planck Galaxy Clusters using Deep Learning
  49. X-ray Spectroscopy of Cool Core Galaxy Clusters
  50. Constraining hydrostatic mass bias and cosmological parameters with the gas mass fraction in galaxy clusters
  51. Morphological analysis of SZ and X-ray maps of galaxy clusters with Zernike polynomials
  52. Dark matter haloes in the multicomponent model. III. From dwarfs to galaxy clusters
  53. Sunyaev Zel’dovich effect in galaxy clusters cavities: Thermal or non-thermal origin?
  54. Generalised scalar-tensor theories of gravity and pressure profiles of galaxy clusters
  55. Pressure profiles of distant Galaxy clusters with Planck-SPT data
  56. Cosmology with the SZ spectrum: Measuring the Universe’s temperature with galaxy clusters
  57. Galaxy cluster cores in a lab
  58. Many-probes multi-object spatially-resolved analyses of galaxy clusters in the big data era
  59. Characterizing the bulk and turbulent gas motions in galaxy clusters
  60. 3D Shapes of Galaxy Clusters in Illustris-TNG Simulations
  61. Galaxy cluster hydrostatic bias in Kottler spacetime
  62. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: Cosmological constraints from counts and stacked weak lensing
  63. Tracing the non-thermal pressure and hydrostatic bias in galaxy clusters
  64. Connecting galaxy evolution in clusters with their radial profiles and phase space distribution: results from the IllustrisTNG hydrodynamical simulations
  65.  ELVES II: Globular Clusters and Nuclear Star Clusters of Dwarf Galaxies: the Importance of Environment
  66. Relating Modified Newtonian Dynamics to Dark matter: Application to a Virgo-like Galaxy cluster
  67. A test of galaxy cluster fundamental plane for the X-COP sample
  68. The First Galaxy Cluster Catalog from the SPT-3G 1500 deg2 Survey
  69. Implications for galaxy formation models from observations of globular clusters around ultradiffuse galaxies
  70. Halo Assembly Bias using properties of central galaxies in SDSS redMaPPer clusters
  71. The cosmic environment overtakes the local density in shaping galaxy star formation
  72. The NIKA2 Sunyaev-Zeldovich Large Program: Precise galaxy cluster physics for an accurate cluster-based cosmology
  73. The MeerKAT Galaxy Cluster Legacy Survey
  74. Impact of thermal SZ effect on cross-correlations between Planck CMB lensing and SDSS galaxy density fields
  75. The Three Hundred–NIKA2 Sunyaev–Zeldovich Large Program twin samples: Synthetic clusters to support real observations
  76. The Diffuse Gamma-Ray Flux from Clusters of Galaxies
  77. Joint constraints on the galaxy cluster pressure profile from Planck and SPT-SZ
  78. Observational constraints of an anisotropic boost due to the projection effects using redMaPPer clusters
  79.  Gravito-Electrodynamics in Galaxy Rotation Curves. ENG: An Extended Newtonian Gravitation
  80. A deep near-infrared view of the Ophiuchus galaxy cluster
  81. The Transition Region between Brightest Cluster Galaxies and Intracluster Light in Galaxy Groups and Clusters
  82. Dwarf galaxy luminosity functions and cluster environments
  83. The MeerKAT Galaxy Cluster Legacy Survey: I. Survey Overview and Highlights
  84. Gas distribution from clusters to filaments in IllustrisTNG
  85.  Strong lensing systems and galaxy cluster observations as probe to the cosmic distance duality relation
  86. A NuSTAR and Chandra Study of Late Stage Galaxy Cluster Merger CL 0217+ 70 and Its Tell-Tale Radio Halo
  87. H I in and behind the Hubble Frontier Field clusters: a deep MeerKAT pilot search out to z ∼ 0.5
  88. Galaxy Cluster Statistics in Modified Gravity Cosmologies
  89. MG-MAMPOSSt, a code to test gravity at galaxy-cluster scales: a technical introduction
  90. The THREEHUNDRED project: The effect of baryon processes at galaxy cluster scale
  91. The XXL Survey – XLVIII. X-ray follow-up of distant XXL clusters: masses, scaling relations, and AGN contamination
  92. Recent Formation of a Spiral Disk Hosting Progenitor Globular Clusters at the Center of the Perseus Brightest Cluster Galaxy. II. Progenitor Globular Clusters
  93. The hydrostatic mass bias in The Three Hundred clusters
  94. Recent Formation of a Spiral Disk Hosting Progenitor Globular Clusters at the Center of the Perseus Brightest Cluster Galaxy. I. Spiral Disk
  95. Galaxy cluster number counts with individual lensing mass estimates: forecasts for Euclid
  96. Strong conformity and assembly bias: towards a physical understanding of the galaxy–halo connection in SDSS clusters
  97. Optical selection bias and projection effects in stacked galaxy cluster weak lensing
  98. Reconstructing orbits of galaxies in extreme regions (ROGER)–II: reliability of projected phase-space in our understanding of galaxy populations
  99. The cycle of metals in the infalling elliptical galaxy NGC 1404
  100. Constraining Cluster Virialization Mechanism and Cosmology Using Thermal-SZ-selected Clusters from Future CMB Surveys
  101. Low-metallicity globular clusters in the low-mass isolated spiral galaxy NGC 2403
  102. Low X-ray surface brightness clusters: implications on the scatter of the M–T and L–T relations
  103. The Importance of Being Interpretable: Toward an Understandable Machine Learning Encoder for Galaxy Cluster Cosmology
  104. SIBELIUS-DARK: a galaxy catalogue of the local volume from a constrained realization simulation
  105. Is A2261 a Fossil Galaxy Cluster in a Transitional Dynamical State?
  106. Mass estimation of the very massive galaxy cluster SRGe CL2305.22248 from strong lensing
  107. Great Balls of FIRE II: The evolution and destruction of star clusters across cosmic time in a Milky Way-mass galaxy
  108. X-ray characterisation of the massive galaxy cluster ClG J104803. 7+ 313843 at z= 0.76 with XMM-Newton
  109. Great Balls of FIRE I: The formation of star clusters across cosmic time in a Milky Way-mass galaxy
  110. The LPSZ-CLASH galaxy cluster sample: combining lensing and hydrostatic mass estimates
  111. The Three Hundred project: Contrasting clusters galaxy density in hydrodynamical and dark matter only simulations
  112.  Locating Supermassive Black Holes in Distant Galaxies via RADIO GALAXY ZOO: LOFAR Project
  113. A new method to detect globular clusters with the S-PLUS survey
  114. Characterization of morphological properties of galaxy groups and clusters in the eROSITA Final Equatorial-Depth Survey (eFEDS)
  115. Tidal disruption of star clusters in galaxy formation simulations
  116. Scatter in the satellite galaxy SHMR: fitting functions, scaling relations & physical processes from the IllustrisTNG simulation
  117. On the Sun’s distance from the center and the shape of the inner halo in the Galaxy: Gaia EDR3, HST and literature globular clusters
  118. The effects of self-interacting dark matter on the stripping of galaxies that fall into clusters
  119. Convolutional Neural Network-reconstructed velocity for kinetic SZ detection
  120. Galaxy populations in the Hydra I cluster from the VEGAS survey-I. Optical properties of a large sample of dwarf galaxies
  121. The Galaxy Replacement Technique (GRT): A New Approach to Study Tidal Stripping and Formation of Intracluster Light in a Cosmological Context
  122. Line-of-sight Elongation and Hydrostatic Mass Bias of the Frontier Fields Galaxy Cluster Abell 370
  123. The Three Hundred project: galaxy cluster mergers and their impact on the stellar component of brightest cluster galaxies
  124. The NuSTAR, XMM-Newton, and Suzaku View of A3395 at the Intercluster Filament Interface
  125. Galactic Clusters
  126. MUSE sneaks a peek at extreme ram-pressure stripping events–V. Towards a complete view of the galaxy cluster A1367
  127. The emergence of dark matter-deficient ultra-diffuse galaxies driven by scatter in the stellar mass–halo mass relation and feedback from globular clusters
  128. Observing Ram Pressure at Work in Intermediate Redshift Clusters with MUSE: The Case of Abell 2744 and Abell 370
  129. Velocity dispersion vs cluster mass: A new scaling law with The Three Hundred clusters
  130. Velocity structure functions in multiphase turbulence: interpreting kinematics of Hα filaments in cool-core clusters
  131. Multi-probe analysis of the galaxy cluster CL J1226. 9+ 3332: hydrostatic mass and hydrostatic-to-lensing bias
  132. A population of luminous globular clusters and stripped nuclei with elevated mass to light ratios around NGC 5128
  133. A star from the dawn of the Universe
  134. The survey and time-domain astrophysical research explorer (STAR-X)
  135. Dark matter mass loss in galaxy flybys: dependence on impact parameter
  136. The formation and early evolution of embedded star clusters in spiral galaxies
  137. GASP XXXVII: The Most Extreme Jellyfish Galaxies Compared to Other Disk Galaxies in Clusters, an HI Study
  138. The impact of electroweak correction on the self-annihilation of lightest Kaluza-Klein particle in constraining the allowed mass using diffuse radio emission as upper …
  139. Evidence for Cold-stream to Hot-accretion Transition as Traced by Lyα Emission from Groups and Clusters at 2< z< 3.3
  140. ALMA measures molecular gas reservoirs comparable to field galaxies in a low-mass galaxy cluster at z= 1.3
  141. Measuring the cosmological density field twice: A novel test of dark energy using the CMB quadrupole
  142. Kinetic Field Theory for Cosmic Structure Formation
  143.  Exploring the AGN–Ram Pressure Stripping Connection in Local Clusters
  144.  Survey of Surveys-I. The largest compilation of radial velocities for the Galaxy
  145. The interaction between rising bubbles and cold fronts in cool-core clusters
  146. Subaru HSC weak lensing of SDSS redMaPPer cluster satellite galaxies: Empirical upper limit on orphan fractions
  147. Evidence for strong intracluster magnetic fields in the early Universe
  148. The effect of dwarf galaxies on the tidal tails of globular clusters
  149. A LOFAR view into the stormy environment of the galaxy cluster 2A0335+ 096
  150. Detection of extragalactic Ultra-Compact Dwarfs and Globular Clusters using Explainable AI techniques
  151. The formation of globular clusters as a case of overcooling
  152. Baryon Cycles in the Biggest Galaxies
  153. A systematic search for galaxy protocluster cores at the transition epoch of their star formation activity
  154. Constraining the baryon loading factor of AGN jets: implication from the gamma-ray emission of the Coma cluster
  155. Orbits of globular clusters computed with dynamical friction in the Galactic anisotropic velocity dispersion field
  156.  The Global Dynamical Atlas of the Milky Way Mergers: Constraints from Gaia EDR3–based Orbits of Globular Clusters, Stellar Streams, and Satellite Galaxies
  158. Hot Extended Galaxy Halos around Local L* Galaxies from Sunyaev–Zeldovich Measurements
  159. NGC 5846-UDG1: A Galaxy Formed Mostly by Star Formation in Massive, Extremely Dense Clumps of Gas
  160. The Evolution of AGN Activity in Brightest Cluster Galaxies
  161. The effect of selection–a tale of cluster mass measurement bias induced by correlation and projection
  162. The Galaxy Starburst/Main-sequence Bimodality over Five Decades in Stellar Mass at z≈ 3–6.5
  163. A highly magnified star at redshift 6.2
  164. High angular resolution Sunyaev Zel’dovich observations: the case of MISTRAL
  165. Stellar mass segregation as separating classifier between globular clusters and ultrafaint dwarf galaxies
  166. CCAT-prime: Prime-Cam on the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope
  167. The merging galaxy cluster Abell 3266 at low radio frequencies
  168. High redshift galaxy groups as seen by Athena
  169. High star cluster formation efficiency in the strongly lensed Sunburst Lyman-continuum galaxy at z= 2.37
  170. Barrow holographic dark energy in Bianchi- universe with -essence
  171. Interpretation of galaxy rotation curves from primordial black holes in 4D Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
  172. Newly detected open clusters in the Galactic disk using Gaia EDR3
  173. On the dynamical evolution of Cepheids in star clusters
  174. Satellite quenching was not important for z ∼ 1 clusters: most quenching occurred during infall
  175. High-precision measurement of the W boson mass with the CDF II detector
  176. Using the EAGLE simulations to elucidate the origin of disc surface brightness profile breaks as a function of mass and environment
  177.  Modification of Newtonian Gravity: Consequences for dynamics of large-scale structures
  178. A Deep Investigation of Two Poorly Studied Open Clusters Haffner 22 and Melotte 71 in the Gaia era
  179. Gravitational Lensing and Microlensing in Clusters: Clusters as Dark Matter Telescopes
  180. Probing the radial acceleration relation and the strong equivalence principle with the Coma cluster ultra-diffuse galaxies
  181. The unusually high dark matter concentration of the galaxy group NGC 1600
  182. Prospects for gamma-ray observations of Hercules cluster
  183. MOSS I: Double radio relics in the Saraswati supercluster
  184. Projection Effect in TNG Simulations
  185. The Evolution of AGN Activity in Brightest Cluster Galaxies
  186. Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope unveils steep-spectrum antique filaments in the galaxy cluster Abell 725
  187. On the Polarisation of Radio Relics
  188. Discovery of a cool, metal-rich gas reservoir in the outskirts of z~ 0.5 clusters
  189. Multiwavelength Analysis of A1240, the Double Radio-relic Merging Galaxy Cluster Embedded in an∼ 80 Mpc-long Cosmic Filament
  190. The galaxy population of the core of the Coma cluster
  191. Detecting Preheating in Protoclusters with Lyα Forest Tomography
  192. Cluster outskirts and their connection to the cosmic web
  193. A compact symmetric radio source born at one-tenth the current age of the Universe
  194. Lensing cosmic drift
  195. Measuring the α-abundance of Subsolar-metallicity Stars in the Milky Way’s Central Half-parsec: Testing Globular Cluster and Dwarf Galaxy Infall Scenarios
  196. The Distance and Dynamical History of the Virgo Cluster Ultradiffuse Galaxy VCC 615
  197. Forecasting the Y500–M500 scaling relation from the NIKA2 SZ Large Program
  198. Introducing EMP-Pathfinder: modelling the simultaneous formation and evolution of stellar clusters in their host galaxies
  199. First evidence of a collision between two unrelated open clusters in the Milky Way
  200. Mapping the intracluster medium temperature in the era of NIKA2 and MUSTANG-2
  201. Formation of Negative J⋅ E′ in the Outer Electron Diffusion Region During Magnetic Reconnection
  202. The spatial distribution of globular clusters in dwarf spheroidal galaxies and the timing problem
  203. Observational scalings testing modified gravity
  204. Determination of the degree of star concentration in globular clusters based on space observation data
  205. Yellow Post-asymptotic-giant-branch Stars as Standard Candles. I. Calibration of the Luminosity Function in Galactic Globular Clusters
  206. Relativistic SZ maps and electron gas temperature spectroscopy
  207. Early dynamical evolution of rotating star clusters in a tidal field
  208. Hidden in the haystack: low-luminosity globular clusters towards the Milky Way bulge
  209. Massive central galaxies of galaxy groups in the Romulus simulations: an overview of galaxy properties at z= 0
  210. Star cluster ecology: revisiting the origin of iron and age complex clusters
  211. Black holes surrounded by Einstein clusters as models of dark matter fluid
  212. PANCO2: a new software to measure pressure profiles from resolved thermal SZ observations
  213. Gravitational lensing effects of supermassive black holes in cluster environments
  214. Observational constraints on varying fundamental constants in a minimal CPC Model
  215. Galaxy velocity bias in cosmological simulations: towards per cent-level calibration
  216. Understanding the missing clusters problem at the Galactic center. Dissolved cluster (s) detection in the Sgr B1 region.
  217. A Highly Magnified Star at Redshift 6.2
  218. Old Star Clusters in Young Galaxies
  219. Dark matter in astrophysics/cosmology
  220. Baryonic mass budgets for haloes in the eagle simulation, including ejected and prevented gas
  221. Possible Ongoing Merger Discovered by Photometry and Spectroscopy in the Field of the Galaxy Cluster PLCK G165. 7+ 67.0
  222.  Repeated Mergers, Mass-gap Black Holes, and Formation of Intermediate-mass Black Holes in Dense Massive Star Clusters
  223. H α morphologies of star clusters in 16 LEGUS galaxies: Constraints on H ii region evolution time-scales
  224. Massive Molecular Gas as a Fuel Tank for Active Galactic Nuclei Feedback In Central Cluster Galaxies
  225. FOREVER22: galaxy formation in protocluster regions
  226. Pilot-WINGS: An extended MUSE view of the structure of Abell 370
  227. Turbulent magnetic fields in the merging galaxy cluster MACS J0717. 5+ 3745
  228. The galaxy group NGC 507: newly detected AGN remnant plasma transported by sloshing
  229.  Distance determination by magnitude analysis of some open clusters with GAIA era and stellar luminosity function
  230. Significant Molecular Gas Deficiencies in Star-forming Cluster Galaxies at
  231. Unequal-mass mergers of dark matter haloes with rare and frequent self-interactions
  232. Snowmass 2021 CMB-S4 White Paper
  233.  Gavin Dalton Katherine Blundell, Enrique Gaztañaga1, Julia Kenne ck, Mark Lacy, Lance Miller, Steve Rawlings, Prasenjit Saha, Will Sutherland, Helen Tadros
  234.  … , AW, Holwerda, BW, Hopkins, AM, López-Sánchez, AR, Loveday, J, Phillipps, S, Pimbblet, KA, Taylor, E, Wang, L and Wright, AH Galaxy and Mass Assembly …
  235. Constraining AGN feedback model with SZ profile
  236. A Beacon in the Galaxy: Updated Arecibo Message for Potential FAST and SETI Projects

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