Cosmic Reionization On Computers: The Galaxy–Halo Connection between 5 ≤ z ≤ 10

@article{Zhu2020CosmicRO,
  title={Cosmic Reionization On Computers: The Galaxy–Halo Connection between 5 ≤ z ≤ 10},
  author={Hanjue 珏 Zhu 朱涵 and Camille Avestruz and Nickolay Y. Gnedin},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={899}
}
We explore the connection between the stellar component of galaxies and their host halos during the epoch of reionization (5 ≤ z ≤ 10) using the CROC (Cosmic Reionization on Computers) simulations. We compare simulated galaxies with observations and find that CROC underpredicts the abundance of luminous galaxies when compared to observed UV luminosity functions, and analogously the most massive galaxies when compared to observed stellar mass functions. We can trace the deficit of star formation… 
The Distribution and Evolution of Quasar Proximity Zone Sizes
In this paper, we study the sizes of quasar proximity zones with synthetic quasar absorption spectra obtained by postprocessing a Cosmic Reionization On Computers (CROC) simulation. CROC simulations
scampy – A sub-halo clustering and abundance matching based python interface for painting galaxies on the dark matter halo/sub-halo hierarchy
We present a computational framework for "painting" galaxies on top of the Dark Matter Halo/Sub-Halo hierarchy obtained from N-body simulations. The method we use is based on the sub-halo clustering
Galaxy Stellar Mass Functions from z ∼ 10 to z ∼ 6 using the Deepest Spitzer/Infrared Array Camera Data: No Significant Evolution in the Stellar-to-halo Mass Ratio of Galaxies in the First Gigayear of Cosmic Time
We present new stellar mass functions at z ∼ 6, z ∼ 7, z ∼ 8, z ∼ 9 and, for the first time, z ∼ 10, constructed from ∼800 Lyman-break galaxies previously identified over the eXtreme Deep Field and

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 77 REFERENCES
Simulating galaxies in the reionization era with FIRE-2: galaxy scaling relations, stellar mass functions, and luminosity functions
We present a suite of cosmological zoom-in simulations at z>5 from the Feedback In Realistic Environments project, spanning a halo mass range M_halo~10^8-10^12 M_sun at z=5. We predict the stellar
Constraints on the star formation efficiency of galaxies during the epoch of reionization
Reionization is thought to have occurred in the redshift range of 6 6 that matches the measured galaxy luminosity functions at these redshifts. We find that f⋆ peaks at ∼30 per cent at halo masses M
A Redshift-independent Efficiency Model: Star Formation and Stellar Masses in Dark Matter Halos at z ≳ 4
We explore the connection between the UV luminosity functions (LFs) of high-z galaxies and the distribution of stellar masses and star formation histories (SFHs) in their host dark matter halos. We
EVOLUTION OF THE STELLAR-TO-DARK MATTER RELATION: SEPARATING STAR-FORMING AND PASSIVE GALAXIES FROM z = 1 TO 0
We use measurements of the stellar mass function, galaxy clustering, and galaxy–galaxy lensing within the COSMOS survey to constrain the stellar-to-halo mass relation (SHMR) of star forming and
The mass evolution of the first galaxies: stellar mass functions and star formation rates at 4 < z < 7 in the CANDELS GOODS-South field
We measure new estimates for the galaxy stellar mass function and star formation rates for samples of galaxies at $z \sim 4,~5,~6~\&~7$ using data in the CANDELS GOODS South field. The deep
Galaxy Evolution from Halo Occupation Distribution Modeling of DEEP2 and SDSS Galaxy Clustering
We model the luminosity-dependent projected two-point correlation function of DEEP2 (z ~ 1) and SDSS (z ~ 0) galaxies within the HOD framework. At both epochs, there is a tight correlation between
The properties of the first galaxies in the BlueTides simulation
We employ the very large cosmological hydrodynamical simulation BlueTides to investigate the predicted properties of the galaxy population during the epoch of reionization (z > 8). BlueTides has a
Modeling luminosity-dependent galaxy clustering through cosmic time
We employ high-resolution dissipationless simulations of the concordance ΛCDM cosmology (Ω0 = 1 - ΩΛ = 0.3, h = 0.7, σ8 = 0.9) to model the observed luminosity dependence and evolution of galaxy
GOODS-HERSCHEL: STAR FORMATION, DUST ATTENUATION, AND THE FIR–RADIO CORRELATION ON THE MAIN SEQUENCE OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES UP TO z ≃ 4*
We use deep panchromatic data sets in the GOODS-N field, from GALEX to the deepest Herschel far-infrared (FIR) and VLA radio continuum imaging, to explore the evolution of star-formation activity and
...
...