K. Dasyra- M. Harsoula | Galaxies and Black Holes: creation and co-evolution

13 February, 2018

The creation of galaxies and black holes is placed back in time in the tiny quantum fluctuations of the primordial Universe. Observations with space and terrestrial telescopes and numerical simulations using computer algorithms help us understand the past and the future of this parallel evolution of galaxies and black holes. Astrophycisists Kallipi Dasyra and Mirella Harsoula explained us the internal and external physical procedures that help the evolution of the galaxies and analyzed the way of interaction with their environment which determines their shape in their cosmic evolution.

Kalliopi Dasyra is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Research Associate at the National Observatory of Athens. Mirella Harsoula is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Astronomy and Applied Mathematics of the Academy of Athens (RCAAM).