Ly α as a tracer of cosmic reionization in the SPHINX radiation-hydrodynamics cosmological simulation

@inproceedings{Garel2021LyA,
  title={Ly $\alpha$ as a tracer of cosmic reionization in the SPHINX radiation-hydrodynamics cosmological simulation},
  author={Thibault Garel and J{\'e}r{\'e}my Blaizot and Joakim Rosdahl and L'eo Michel-Dansac and Martin G. Haehnelt and Harley Katz and Taysun Kimm and Anne Verhamme},
  year={2021}
}
The Lyα emission line is one of the most promising probes of cosmic reionisation but isolating the signature of a change in the ionisation state of the IGM is challenging because of intrinsic evolution and internal radiation transfer effects. We present the first study of the evolution of Lyα emitters (LAE) during the epoch of reionisation based on a full radiation-hydrodynamics cosmological simulation that is able to capture both the large-scale process of reionisation and the small-scale… 
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