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ALMA studies of submm galaxies
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Ultraluminous infrared galaxies have been claimed to be a significant component of the star formation at z>1. The most luminous of these galaxies are detectable as sources in the submm wavebands with instruments such as Herschel or SCUBA -2. I will discuss recent work with SCUBA -2 and ALMA to investigate the properties of this population, the physical processes driving their extreme luminosities and their relation to galaxy populations at the present day.
This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.
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