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Recent developments in galaxy spectral modelling

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After a brief introduction to galaxy spectral synthesis, I will describe different recent developments in the interpretation of the ultraviolet, optical and infrared emission from galaxies in terms of constraints on physical parameters, such as star formation history, metallicity and dust content and spatial distribution. I will investigate the relative merits of different types of photometric and spectroscopic observations to constrain galaxy physical parameters and conclude by mentioning some current challenges of the spectral synthesis of galaxies.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.

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