Hello from Heidelberg!
The COSMOS-VLA European core team are meeting in Heidelberg, Germany this week for a busy-week/workshop. We are talking about our work on galaxy evolution, which we have studied using our sensitive, high-resolution radio continuum observations of the COSMOS field taken with the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA). We are discussing how to measure the amount of star formation happening in distant galaxies, what radio wavelengths can teach us about AGN (galaxies hosting active supermassive black holes), mysterious sub-millimetre galaxies in the very distant Universe, and more! The weather here is cool and cloudy, but the sun did come out long enough for us to take this nice team photo. Thanks to the local organisers Philipp Lang and Eva Schinnerer for all their hard work in preparing this productive meeting. More information on our radio data can be found here and here. An article on some of our results can be found here.