# The merger-driven evolution of massive early-type galaxies

@article{Cannarozzo2019TheME,
title={The merger-driven evolution of massive early-type galaxies},
author={Carlo Cannarozzo and Carlo Nipoti and Alessandro Sonnenfeld and Alexie Leauthaud and Song Huang and Benedikt Diemer and Grecco A. Oyarz{\'u}n},
journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
year={2019},
volume={15},
pages={62 - 66}
}
• Published 1 March 2019
• Physics
• Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
Abstract The evolution of the structural and kinematic properties of early-type galaxies (ETGs), their scaling relations, as well as their stellar metallicity and age contain precious information on the assembly history of these systems. We present results on the evolution of the stellar mass-velocity dispersion relation of ETGs, focusing in particular on the effects of some selection criteria used to define ETGs. We also try to shed light on the role that in-situ and ex-situ stellar…

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