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Evolution of asymptotic giant branch stars. II. Optical to far-infrared isochrones with improved TP-
We present a large set of theoretical isochrones, whose distinctive features mostly reside on the greatly-improved treatment of the thermally-pulsing asymptotic giant branch (TP-AGB) phase.Expand
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AMAZE - I. The evolution of the mass–metallicity relation at z $>$ 3
We present initial results of an ESO-VLT large programme (AMAZE) aimed at determining the evolution of the mass-metallicity relation at z > 3 by means of deep near-IR spectroscopy. Gas metallicitiesExpand
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Modeling the Effects of Dust on Galactic Spectral Energy Distributions from the Ultraviolet to the Millimeter Band
We present models of photometric evolution of galaxies in which the effects of a dusty interstellar medium have been included with particular care. A chemical evolution code follows the starExpand
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Can the faint submillimetre galaxies be explained in the Λ cold dark matter model
We present predictions for the abundance of submillimetre galaxies (SMGs) and Lyman-break galaxies (LBGs) in the Λ cold dark matter cosmology. A key feature of our model is the self-consistentExpand
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Predictions for high-frequency radio surveys of extragalactic sources
We present detailed predictions of the contributions of the various source populations to the counts at frequen- cies of tens of GHz. New evolutionary models are worked out for flat-spectrum radioExpand
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The evolution of the dust and gas content in galaxies
We use deep Herschel observations taken with both PACS and SPIRE imaging cameras to estimate the dust mass of a sample of galaxies extracted from the GOODS-S, GOODS-N and the COSMOS fields. We divideExpand
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Dust and nebular emission. I. Models for normal galaxies
Received ; accepted Abstract. We present a model for nebular emission in star forming galaxies, which takes into account the effects of dust reprocessing. The nebular emissions (continuum emission,Expand
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Astrophysical and cosmological information from large-scale submillimetre surveys of extragalactic sources
We present a quantitative analysis of the astrophysical and cosmological information that can be extracted from the many important wide-area, shallow surveys that will be carried out in the next fewExpand
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Far infrared and radio emission in dusty starburst galaxies
We revisit the nature of the far infrared (FIR)/radio correlation by means of the most recent models of star forming galaxies, focusing in particular on the case of obscured starbursts. We model theExpand
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Modeling the spectral energy distribution of ULIRGs - I. The radio spectra
Aims. We aim to constrain new starburst/AGN models of IRAS bright galaxies via their spectral energy distribution from the nearinfrared to the radio. To this end, we determine the radio spectra for aExpand
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