Welcome

To the Nottingham Astronomy group website

The group is part of the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nottingham, England. Also involved in astronomical research at the University are the Astronomy and Astrophysical Chemistry Group and the Particle Theory Group.

Our research interests span the range of extragalactic astrophysics from detailed analyses of individual galaxies to the overall structure of the Universe; this work combines observational studies of astronomical objects with detailed theoretical modelling.


Interacting galaxies
The Trent Building
The Hubble space telescope

Recent Publications

Galaxy cluster mass reconstruction project - I. Methods and first results on galaxy-based techniques

Old, Skibba, Pearce, ..., Gray, ..., Merrifield, et al.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 441, Issue 2, p.1513-1536, 2014


A z = 2.5 protocluster associated with the radio galaxy MRC 2104-242: star formation and differing mass functions in dense environments

Cooke, Hatch, Muldrew, et al.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 440, Issue 4, p.3262-3274, 2014


See full list on ADS.

Upcoming Events

1 Oct
Weekly Seminar
Stellar haloes of massive early-type galaxies at z~0.7 or how to use the HUDF for local Universe studies
Fernando Buitrago (Edinburgh)   4.00pm   Physics C12
8 Oct
Weekly Seminar
Bayesian model comparison in Astronomy and Cosmology
Daniel Mortlock (Imperial)   4.00pm   Physics C12
15 Oct
Weekly Seminar
An enigmatic population of high gas fraction, dusty blue galaxies in Herschel ATLAS
Loretta Dunne (Canterbury, NZ)   4.00pm   Physics C4
22 Oct
Weekly Seminar
Dissecting the Diffuse Gamma-Ray Background
Mattia Fornasa (Nottingham)   4.00pm   Physics C4
For further events and talk abstracts, see the Events page.