The role of environment on quenching, star formation and AGN activity

Poggianti, B. M., Bellhouse, C., Deb, T., Franchetto, A., Fritz, J., George, K., Gullieuszik, M., Jaffe', Y., Moretti, A., Mueller, A., Radovich, M., Ramatsoku, M. & Vulcani, B., 7-May-2020, (Submitted) Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 359, 2020. T. Storchi-Bergmann, T., Overzier, R., Forman, W. & Riffel, R. (eds.). IAU, 9 p.

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  • Bianca M. Poggianti
  • Callum Bellhouse
  • Tirna Deb
  • Andrea Franchetto
  • Jacopo Fritz
  • Koshy George
  • Marco Gullieuszik
  • Yara Jaffe'
  • Alessia Moretti
  • Ancla Mueller
  • Mario Radovich
  • Mpati Ramatsoku
  • Benedetta Vulcani
Galaxies undergoing ram pressure stripping in clusters are an excellent opportunity to study the effects of environment on both the AGN and the star formation activity. We report here on the most recent results from the GASP survey. We discuss the AGN-ram pressure stripping connection and some evidence for AGN feedback in stripped galaxies. We then focus on the star formation activity, both in the disks and the tails of these galaxies, and conclude drawing a picture of the relation between multi-phase gas and star formation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings IAU Symposium No. 359, 2020
EditorsT. T. Storchi-Bergmann, R. Overzier, W. Forman, R. Riffel
Number of pages9
Publication statusSubmitted - 7-May-2020
EventIAUS 359: Galaxy Evolution and Feedback Across Different Environments - Bento Gonçalves, Brazil
Duration: 2-Mar-20206-Mar-2020


ConferenceIAUS 359
CityBento Gonçalves


IAUS 359: Galaxy Evolution and Feedback Across Different Environments


Bento Gonçalves, Brazil

Event: Conference


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