Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Redshift and Star formation. His work in Galaxy formation and evolution, Luminous infrared galaxy, Accretion, Stars and Quasar is related to Astrophysics. His work in the fields of Galaxy, such as Stellar mass, intersects with other areas such as Population.
When carried out as part of a general Astronomy research project, his work on Elliptical galaxy, Lenticular galaxy and Galaxy merger is frequently linked to work in Circular motion, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Redshift study incorporates themes from Universe and Supermassive black hole. His Star formation research includes elements of Line, Luminosity, Halo and Millimeter.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Galaxy, Redshift, Star formation and Astronomy. As part of his studies on Astrophysics, Nicolas Bouché often connects relevant subjects like Spectral line. His Galaxy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Emission spectrum.
Nicolas Bouché interconnects Luminosity and Surface brightness in the investigation of issues within Redshift. His Star formation research focuses on subjects like Line, which are linked to Interstellar medium. His studies examine the connections between Quasar and genetics, as well as such issues in Metallicity, with regards to Spectroscopy.
His primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Redshift, Star formation and Hubble Ultra-Deep Field. His Astrophysics research focuses on Astronomy and how it connects with Wavelength. His Galaxy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spectral line and Emission spectrum.
Nicolas Bouché combines subjects such as Sky, Galaxy formation and evolution and Photometry with his study of Redshift. His Star formation study combines topics in areas such as Extinction and Luminosity. His Hubble Ultra-Deep Field study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hubble Deep Field South, Spectral energy distribution and Integral field spectrograph.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Galaxy, Astrophysics, Redshift, Hubble Ultra-Deep Field and Quasar. His work is connected to Star formation, Stellar mass, Hubble Deep Field South, Velocity dispersion and Accretion, as a part of Galaxy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Galaxy merger and Galaxy formation and evolution in addition to Hubble Deep Field South.
Velocity dispersion is a primary field of his research addressed under Astronomy. His research ties Spectral line and Astrophysics together. His Redshift research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cosmology and Emission spectrum.
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A Study of the Gas-Star Formation Relation over Cosmic Time
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2010)
THE SINS SURVEY: SINFONI INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY OF z ∼ 2 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES*
N. M. Förster Schreiber;R. Genzel;N. Bouché;G. Cresci.
The Astrophysical Journal (2009)
High molecular gas fractions in normal massive star-forming galaxies in the young Universe
L. J. Tacconi;R. Genzel;R. Neri;P. Cox.
A study of the gas–star formation relation over cosmic time
R. Genzel;L. J. Tacconi;J. Gracia-Carpio;A. Sternberg.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2010)
From Rings to Bulges: Evidence for Rapid Secular Galaxy Evolution at z ~ 2 from Integral Field Spectroscopy in the SINS Survey
R. Genzel;A. Burkert;N. Bouché;G. Cresci.
The Astrophysical Journal (2008)
THE SINS SURVEY OF z ∼ 2 GALAXY KINEMATICS: PROPERTIES OF THE GIANT STAR-FORMING CLUMPS*
R. Genzel;S. Newman;T. Jones;N. M. Förster Schreiber.
The Astrophysical Journal (2011)
THE IMPACT OF COLD GAS ACCRETION ABOVE A MASS FLOOR ON GALAXY SCALING RELATIONS
N. Bouché;A. Dekel;R. Genzel;S. Genel.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
COMBINED CO AND DUST SCALING RELATIONS OF DEPLETION TIME AND MOLECULAR GAS FRACTIONS WITH COSMIC TIME, SPECIFIC STAR-FORMATION RATE, AND STELLAR MASS
R. Genzel;L. J. Tacconi;D. Lutz;A. Saintonge.
The Astrophysical Journal (2015)
The rapid formation of a large rotating disk galaxy three billion years after the Big Bang.
R. Genzel;L. J. Tacconi;F. Eisenhauer;N. M. Förster Schreiber.
SINFONI Integral Field Spectroscopy of z ~ 2 UV-selected Galaxies: Rotation Curves and Dynamical Evolution*
N. M. Förster Schreiber;R. Genzel;M. D. Lehnert;N. Bouché.
The Astrophysical Journal (2006)
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