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Tom C. Scott
Researcher

Phone
226 089 847

Email
Tom.Scott@astro.up.pt

Biographic Notes
Tom Scott obtained his bachelor, masters and PhD degrees from the University of Hertfordshire, in the UK and moved to Porto with a FCT Fellowship in 2015. Tom's research interests include the evolution of late-type galaxies in galaxy clusters, particularly the cold gas components (HI and molecular gas) and the formation and evolution of dwarf galaxies in different environments, especially tidal dwarf galaxies.

Lastest publications at IAS. N. Reis, F. Buitrago, P. Papaderos, I. Matute, J. Afonso, S. Amarantidis, I. P. Breda, J. M. Gomes, A. Humphrey, C. Lobo et al. (including: S. Lorenzoni, C. Pappalardo, A. Paulino-Afonso, T. C. Scott), 2020,
Structural analysis of massive galaxies using HST deep imaging at z < 0.5,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 634, 26
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P. JŠchym, J. D. P. Kenney, M. Sun, F. Combes, L. Cortese, T. C. Scott, S. Sivanandam, E. Brinks, E. Roediger, J. Palou®, M. Fumagalli, 2019,
ALMA Unveils Widespread Molecular Gas Clumps in the Ram Pressure Stripped Tail of the Norma Jellyfish Galaxy,
The Astrophysical Journal, 883
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C. Sengupta, T. C. Scott, A. C. Wonders, A. Chung, O. I. Wong, 2019,
Dark matter and HI in ultra-diffuse galaxy UGC 2162,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 488, 3222 - 3230
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M. S. Silva, A. Humphrey, P. Lagos, R. N. Guimar„es, T. C. Scott, P. Papaderos, S. G. Morais, 2018,
Detection of large-scale Ly α absorbers at large angles to the radio axis of high-redshift radio galaxies using SOAR,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 481, 1401 - 1415
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P. Lagos, T. C. Scott, A. Nigoche-Netro, R. Demarco, A. Humphrey, P. Papaderos, 2018,
Detecting metal-poor gas accretion in the star-forming dwarf galaxies UM 461 and Mrk 600,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 477, 392 - 411
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T. C. Scott, P. Lagos, S. Ramya, C. Sengupta, S. Paudel, D. K. Sahu, K. Misra, J.-H. Woo, B. W. Sohn, 2018,
Arp 202: a TDG formed in a parent's extended dark matter halo?,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 475, 1148 - 1159
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Instituto de Astrof√≠sica e Ci√™ncias do Espa√ßo Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia