Inflows and outflows in and around galaxies are important drivers of their evolution. Both inflows and outflows occur across different scales; ranging from the nuclear region close to the supermassive blackholes to the intergalactic medium. Outflows are powered by different physical mechanisms, viz. nuclear starburst, AGN driven winds, relativistic jets. Such outflows leave their imprint on the galaxy and its environment to varying degrees, regulating the evolution of gas and metals in and around their host halos. Inflows also occur across scales from IGM filaments down to clouds condensing and infalling within the black hole sphere of influence. Some of the key questions of interest would be:
The workshop will bring together researchers in India working on these topics, including observers, theorists and simulators, to have a common platform to share their results. The workshop will be organised as an in-person meeting.
Venue: IUCAA, Pune
Date: February 02 - 05, 2023
Eligibility: The workshop is intended for Ph.D. students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers working in domains related to the topics above.
Registration deadline: December 09, 2022
Date for selected candidates to be informed by email: December 19, 2022 onwards
Scientific Organising Committee:
This meeting is jointly supported by IUCAA (Pune).
There will be no registration fee for the meeting.
In addition, the participants will be provided with free accommodation (subject to availability) and hospitality during the course of the scientific meeting.
Number of participants (limited): ~XX
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