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Laboratoire d’Études du Rayonnement et de la Matière en Astrophysique et Atmosphères



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Adresses et accès aux sites du LERMA

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Le LERMA est implanté sur 5 sites en région parisienne :

- à l’Observatoire de Paris (sites de Paris et Meudon)
- à l’Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)
- à l’ENS
- à l’Université de Cergy Pontoise (UCP)

Site de l’Observatoire de Paris : site de Paris
- Adresse postale : 61, avenue de l’Observatoire -75014 PARIS
- Entrée piétons et véhicules : 77, Avenue Denfert-Rochereau - 75014 Paris
- Standard : +33 1 40 51 22 21 - Fax : +33 1 43 54 18 04
- Accès

Site de Observatoire de Paris : site de Meudon
- Adresse postale et accès piéton : Observatoire de Paris, site de Meudon - 5, place Jules Janssen - 92195 Meudon cedex
- Accès véhicules et livraisons : 11, avenue Marcelin Berthelot - 92195 Meudon
- Standard : +33 1 45 07 75 30
- Accès

Site de l’UPMC
- Adresse postale : UPMC - case courrier 76 - 4 place Jussieu - 75252 Paris cedex 05
- Accès piéton : 4, place Jussieu - 75252 Paris cedex 05
- Accès :

  • Tour 32-33 2ème et 3ème étage
  • Tour 24-34 5ème étage

Site de l’ENS
- Adresse postale : LERMA/L.R.A. - Département de Physique ENS - 24, rue Lhomond - 75231 PARIS Cedex 05
- Accès

Site de Cergy Pontoise
- Adresse postale : LERMA/LAMAP - Site de Neuville II - UFR Sciences et Techniques - Département de physique - 5, mail Gay Lussac - 95031 Cergy-Pontoise cedex
- Accès

Séminaires à venir

Vendredi 28 septembre 2018, 14h00
Salle de l'atelier, Paris
The [CII] emission line as a molecular gas mass tracer in galaxies at low and high redshift
Anita ZANELLA
ESO
résumé :
So far the gas conditions in main-sequence galaxies at the peak of the cosmic star formation history have been mainly investigated through the CO emission lines. However, observing the CO transitions at higher redshift becomes challenging, since the lines luminosity weakens as metallicity decreases. A powerful alternative could be the [CII] emission at 158um instead: it is one of the brightest lines in the far IR regime observed in star-forming galaxies and it is the main coolant of the interstellar medium. Local studies show that the [CII] luminosity correlates with the galaxy star formation rate (SFR), although main-sequence sources and starbursts seem to have different behaviours. At higher redshift the picture is even less clear and only samples of starbursts have been analyzed so far. To remedy this situation we have observed with ALMA a sample of 10 main-sequence sources at z ~ 2 and we complemented our sample with literature data at lower and higher redshift. We found that the [CII] luminosity correlates with galaxies' molecular gas mass, independently of their depletion time, metallicity, and redshift. This lays foundations for future explorations of the interstellar medium of starbursts and galaxies at much higher redshift (z > 4).

 
Vendredi 5 octobre 2018, 14h00
Salle de l'atelier, Paris
Astrochemistry in star forming regions : new modeling approaches
Emeric BRON
IRAM/LERMA
résumé :
Star-forming regions present rich infrared and millimeter spectra emitted by the gas exposed to the feedback of young stars. This emission is increasingly used to study the star formation cycle in other galaxies, but results from a complex interplay of physical and chemical processes : chemistry in the gas and on grain surfaces, (de)excitation processes of the atoms and molecules, heating and cooling balance,... Its understanding thus requires detailed astrochemical models that include the couplings between these processes. In this talk, I will present several examples where new modeling approaches of specific processes and their couplings proved crucial to solve persistent observational riddles : from the driving role of UV irradiation in the dynamics of photodissociation regions (PDR) to the efficient reformation of molecular hydrogen in these regions.
 
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