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Practical matters How to find us prof. dr. R.F. (Reynier) Peletier

Research interests

I am a Professor at the Kapteyn Institute at the University of Groningen. I study the formation and evolution of galaxies, by studying their structure, kinematics and stellar populations. At the moment, I my research is mostly focused on studying dwarf galaxies in the nearby Universe, but I am also very interested in working on new techniques to better study the galaxy population.

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Erratum: CO-CAVITY pilot survey: Molecular gas and star formation in void galaxies (A&A (2022) 658 (A124) DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202141888)

LAAT: Locally Aligned Ant Technique for discovering multiple faint low dimensional structures of varying density

Modeling and analysis of Duhem hysteresis operators with butterfly loops

Swarm-intelligence-based extraction and manifold crawling along the Large-Scale Structure

1-DREAM: 1D Recovery, Extraction and Analysis of Manifolds in noisy environments

Application of pattern spectra and convolutional neural networks to the analysis of simulated Cherenkov Telescope Array data

Brought to Light. III. Colors of Disk and Clump Substructures in Dwarf Early-type Galaxies of the Fornax Cluster

CO-CAVITY pilot survey: Molecular gas and star formation in void galaxies

Coincidence between morphology and star formation activity through cosmic time: the impact of the bulge growth

Galaxy populations in the Hydra i cluster from the VEGAS survey: I. Optical properties of a large sample of dwarf galaxies

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