Françoise Combes (some reviews)

Explaining the Formation of Bulges with MOND
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 16 pages, 8 figures, invited review to appear in "Galactic Bulges", E. Laurikainen, D. Gadotti, R. Peletier (eds.), Springer, 2016

The Square Kilometer Array: cosmology, pulsars and other physics with the SKA
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 16 pages, 5 figures, Proceedings of INFIERI-2014, Summer School on "Intelligent Signal Processing for Frontier Research and Industry", JINST, 2015

Models of AGN feedback
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 4 figures, Proceedings of IAU Symp-309, ed. B.L. Ziegler, F. Combes, H. Dannerbauer, M. Verdugo, 2015

Cosmic evolution of gas content and accretion
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 3 figs, published in Seychelles conference on galaxy evolution, "Lessons from the Local Group", ed. K. C. Freeman, B. G. Elmegreen, D. L. Block, and M. Woolway (Dordrecht: Springer), 2014

Polar rings and the 3D-shape of dark matter
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 4 figs, in "Multi-spin galaxies", Napoli October 2013, E. Iodice, Ed

Dark matter distribution and its impact on the evolution of galaxy disks
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 6 pages, 3 figs, published in EWASS-SPS4, Roma, P. Di Matteo and C. Jog, eds

Conference at ENS (June 2012)
Dark Matter and Cosmology
Conference pdf

Molecular Gas in Galaxies at all Redshifts
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 4 figs, to appear in proceedings of the IAU 277th Symposium, 2011

Dynamical processes in galaxy centers
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 6 pages, 3 figs, to appear in "The Central Kiloparsec in Galactic Nuclei: Astronomy at High Angular Resolution 2011"

Galaxy Dynamics: Secular Evolution and Accretion
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 7 pages, 3 figs, Proceedings of IAU Symp. 271, CUP, 2011

ALMA and the first galaxies
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 5 figs, Proceedings of Austin, Texas Conference, 2010

MOND and the galaxies
Author: Françoise Combes and Olivier Tiret
Comments: 8 pages, 7 figs, Invited paper to "The Invisible Universe International Conference", ed. J-M. Alimi, A. Fuzfa, P-S. Corasaniti, AIP pub, 2010

Lopsided spiral galaxies
Author: Chanda Jog and Françoise Combes
Comments: 75 pages, 28 figs, Review Paper in Physics Reports, 2009

Secular evolution of disk galaxies
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 4 figs, in "Formation and Evolution of Galaxy Disks", 2008 ed. J. Funes & E. Corsini

Gaseous Flows in Galaxies
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 10 pages, 6 figs, review paper in IAU Symp 245, "Formation and Evolution of Galaxy Bulges", held at Oxford, U.K., July 2007

Infall and accretion
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 12 pages, 5 figs, in Pathways through an eclectic Universe, J. H. Knapen, T. J. Mahoney, and A. Vazdekis (Eds.), ASP Conf. Ser., 2007

Molecular absorptions in high-z objects
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 8 pages, 3 figs, in "Science with ALMA: a new era for Astrophysics", ApSS, Springer (Madrid, 13-17 November 2006)

Sciam-2005 and in French
Ripple in a Galactic Pond
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 9 pages, 9 figures, paper for Scientific American (October 2005)

astro-ph/0505463
Formation and Evolution of Supermassive Black Holes
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 31 pages, 13 figures, review paper for Astrophysics Update 2

astro-ph/0406306
Secular evolution versus hierarchical merging:
galaxy evolution along the Hubble sequence, in the field and rich environments
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 18 pages, 8 figures, review paper to "Penetrating Bars through Masks of Cosmic Dust: the Hubble Tuning Fork Strikes a New Note", ed. D. Block et al., Kluwer, 2004

Molecular Content of Galaxies
IRAM-2003, Summer School
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 4 chapters, of about 50 slides each. Lecture given at IRAM Summer School, October 2003. to be published, 2003:

Observations de la Matière Noire
Cosmology School Luminy 2002
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 51 pages, in French (power point)

Molecules in Galaxies at all redshifts
SAAS-FEE 2002 Courses: The Cold Universe
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 9 chapters, of about 40 slides each. Lecture given at SAAS-FEE, March 2002. to be published by Springer, 2002: "The Cold Universe", ed. D. Pfenniger et al.

AAS 2001 invited talk
Detecting molecules in high-z mergers with ALMA
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 16 pages, 18 figures, talk given at the AAS-198 topical Session "Interacting Galaxies: A Multi-wavelength Look at their Role in Galactic and Cosmic Evolution", June 2001, to be published electronically by V. Charmandaris

astro-ph/0010570
Fueling the AGN
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 56 pages, 26 figures, lecture at GH Advanced Lectures on the Starburst-AGN Connection, INAOE, June 2000, ed. D. Kunth, I. Aretxaga, to be published by World Scientific, 2001

astro-ph/9804048
Fractal Structures Driven by Self-Gravity: Molecular clouds and the Universe
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 37 pages, 3 figures, lecture at "Chaotic Dynamics of Gravitational Systems", Les Arcs 2000, to be published in Celestial Mechanics 1999

Les Houches Summer School (Sep 1996)
Starburst triggering and Environmental effects
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 44 pages, 12 figures, lectures in Les Houches ed. B. Guiderdoni and A. Khembavi, Springer, p. 175-218 (1998)

FCP Review Article (1996)
Galactic Rings
Authors: Ron Buta and Françoise Combes
Comments: 188 pages, 88 figures, in Fundamental of Cosmic Physics, 17, 95-282 (1996)

Vth Canary Islands Winter School (Dec 1993)
How Galaxies Accrete Mass and Evolve: Spiral Waves and Bars, Warps and Polar Rings
Author: Françoise Combes
Comments: 82 pages, 32 figures, lectures in "The Formation of Galaxies", (1995) ed. C. Munoz-Tunon, Cambridge University Press, p. 317-398



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