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Polychronis Papaderos
Researcher

Investigador Coordenador,
Investigador FCT, Fundaçăo para a Cięncia e a Tecnologia
IF/01220/2013/CP1191/CT0002

Phone
+351 226 089 839

Email
papaderos@astro.up.pt
Personal webpage
http://www.observational-cosmology.eu/papaderos/

Office
213

Phone extension
209

Biographic notes
  • Habilitation and venia legendi in Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Göttingen (2007)
  • Wiss. Assistent (C1, Assistant Professor), University of Göttingen (2000-2006)
  • PhD in Astrophysics, University of Göttingen (1998)
  • Diploma in Physics, University of Göttingen (1993)

  • Visiting Professor, Uppsala University (11/2008-01/2009)
  • CSIC Fellow, Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (4/2008–9/2009)
  • Guest Researcher at Oskar Klein Centre, Stockholm University (2008/09),
    Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn (2007/08),
    University of California, Santa Cruz (2004) and Observatoire de Meudon (1994/95).

 

Current research interests include:
  • the assembly history of galaxies and their structural components, resolved in space and time
  • extremely metal-poor star-forming galaxies in the nearby universe and at intermediate redshift
  • starburst and AGN activity
  • early-type galaxies
Publications
ADS
Lastest CAUP publications
J. Méndez-Abreu, T. Ruiz-Lara, L. Sánchez-Menguiano, A. de Lorenzo-Cáceres, L. Costantin, C. Catalán-Torrecilla, E. Florido, J. A. L. Aguerri, J. Bland-Hawthorn, E. M. Corsini, R.-J. Dettmar, L. Galbany, R. García-Benito, R. A. Marino, I. Márquez, R. A. Ortega-Minakata, P. Papaderos, S. F. Sánchez, P. Sánchez-Blázquez, K. Spekkens, G. van de Ven, V. Wild, B. Ziegler, 2016 (submitted),
Two-dimensional multi-component photometric decomposition of CALIFA galaxies,
Astronomy and Astrophysics
L. S. M. Cardoso, J. M. Gomes, P. Papaderos, 2016,
Semi-empirical AGN detection threshold in spectral synthesis studies of Lyman-continuum-leaking early-type galaxies,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 594
F. F. Rosales-Ortega, V. Petropoulou, L. Galbany, J. C. Morales, D. Mast, B. Husemann, M. A. Mendoza, C. Kehrig, P. Papaderos, J. M. Gomes, C. J. Walcher, R. A. Marino, , B. Ziegler, H. Flores, J. Alves, 2016,
Aperture effects on the oxygen abundance determinations from CALIFA data,
The Astronomical Journal, 826
N. Roche, A. Humphrey, P. Lagos, P. Papaderos, M. S. Silva, L. S. M. Cardoso, J. M. Gomes, 2016,
MUSE 3D Spectroscopy and Kinematics of the gigahertz peaked spectrum Radio Galaxy PKS 1934-63: Interaction, Recently Triggered AGN and Star Formation,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 459, 4259-4280
J. M. Gomes, P. Papaderos, C. Kehrig, I. P. Breda, M. D. Lehnert, S. N. Reis, J. Bland-Hawthorn, L. Galbany, D. J. Bomans, F. F. Rosales-Ortega, C. J. Walcher, G. J. Olmo, R. A. Marino, , CALIFA collaboration, 2016,
Spectroscopic aperture biases in inside-out evolving early-type galaxies from CALIFA,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 586
N. Roche, A. Humphrey, P. Lagos, P. Papaderos, M. F. Silva, L. S. M. Cardoso, J. M. Gomes, 2016,
MUSE three-dimensional spectroscopy and kinematics of the gigahertz peaked spectrum radio galaxy PKS 1934-63: interaction, recently triggered active galactic nucleus and star formation,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 459, 4259-4280
J. Sánchez Almeida, B. G. Elmegreen, C. Muńoz-Tuńón, D. M. Elmegreen, E. Pérez, R. O. Amorín Barbieri, M. E. Filho, Y. Ascasibar, P. Papaderos, J. M. Vílchez Medina, 2015,
Localized Starbursts in Dwarf Galaxies Produced by the Impact of Low-metallicity Cosmic Gas Clouds,
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 810, L15-
B. R. L. Ribeiro, C. Lobo, S. Antón, J. M. Gomes, P. Papaderos, 2016,
Red galaxies with pseudo-bulges in the SDSS: closer to disc galaxies or to classical bulges?,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 456, 3899-3914
B. R. L. Ribeiro, C. Lobo, S. Antón, P. Papaderos, J. M. Gomes, 2015 (accepted),
Red galaxies with pseudo-bulges in the SDSS: closer to disc galaxies or to classical bulges?,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 465, 3899-3914