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Yusei Koyama
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University Tokyo
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Bunkyō-ku
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Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (25)
 
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Publications Authored By Yusei Koyama

We present initial results from the Subaru Strategic Program (SSP) with Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) on a comprehensive survey of emission line galaxies at $z<1.5$. In the first data release of the HSC-SSP, two narrowband data (NB816 and NB921) down to 25. Read More

We utilize the HSC CAMIRA cluster catalog and the photo-$z$ galaxy catalog constructed in the HSC wide field (S16A), covering $\sim$ 174 deg$^{2}$, to study the star formation activity of galaxies in different environments over 0.2 $<$ $z$ $<$ 1.1. Read More

We present the environmental dependence of colour, stellar mass, and star formation (SF) activity in H-alpha-selected galaxies along the huge cosmic web at z=0.4 hosting twin clusters in DEEP2-3 field, discovered by Subaru Strategic Programme of Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC SSP). By combining photo-z selected galaxies and H-alpha emitters selected with broad-band and narrow-band data of the recent internal data release of HSC SSP (DR1), we confirm that galaxies in higher-density environments or galaxies in the cluster central regions show redder colours. Read More

We investigate the star forming activity of a sample of infrared (IR)-bright dust-obscured galaxies (DOGs) that show an extreme red color in the optical and IR regime, $(i - [22])_{\rm AB} > 7.0$. Combining an IR-bright DOG sample with the flux at 22 $\mu$m $>$ 3. Read More

We have carried out a panoramic Ly$\alpha$ narrowband imaging with Suprime-Cam on Subaru towards the known protocluster USS1558--003 at $z=2.53$. Our previous narrowband imaging at near-infrared has identified multiple dense groups of H$\alpha$ emitters (HAEs) within the protocluster. Read More

We present infrared views of the environmental effects on the dust properties in star-forming (SF) galaxies at z ~ 0, using the AKARI Far-Infrared Surveyor (FIS) all-sky map and the large spectroscopic galaxy sample from Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 7 (DR7). We restrict the sample to those within the redshift range of 0.05 < z < 0. Read More

We conducted a deep narrow-band imaging survey with the Subaru Prime Focus Camera on the Subaru Telescope and constructed a sample of Ly$\alpha$ emitters (LAEs) at z=2.53 in the UDS-CANDELS field where a sample of H$\alpha$ emitters (HAEs) at the same redshift is already obtained from our previous narrow-band observation at NIR. The deep narrow-band and multi broadband data allow us to find LAEs of stellar masses and star-formation rates (SFRs) down to $\gtrsim$$10^8$ M$_\odot$ and $\gtrsim$0. Read More

We investigate a correlation between star-formation rate (SFR) and stellar mass for Halpha emission line galaxies (HAEs) in one of the richest proto-clusters ever known at z~2.5, USS 1558-003 proto-cluster. This study is based on a 9. Read More

Cluster star-forming galaxies are found to have an excess of Far-Infrared emission relative to H-alpha (Ha), when compared to those in the field, which could be caused by intense AGN activity, dust and/or declining star formation histories. Here we present spectroscopic observations of Ha emitters in the Cl 0939+4713 (Abell 851) super-cluster at z=0.41, using AF2+WYFFOS on the WHT. Read More

We study the environmental dependence of the strength of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) emission by AKARI observations of RX J0152.7-1357, a galaxy cluster at z=0.84. Read More

We present the physical properties of [OIII] emission line galaxies at z>3 as the tracers of active galaxies at 1Gyr before the peak epoch at z~2. We have performed deep narrow-band imaging surveys in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Survey Field with MOIRCS on the Subaru Telescope and have constructed coherent samples of 34 [OIII] emitters at z=3.2 and 3. Read More

The flow of baryons to and from a galaxy, which is fundamental for galaxy formation and evolution, can be studied with galaxy-metal absorption system pairs. Our search for galaxies around CIV absorption systems at $z\sim5.7$ showed an excess of photometric Lyman-$\alpha$ emitter (LAE) candidates in the fields J1030+0524 and J1137+3549. Read More

This work presents the results from our near-infrared spectroscopy of narrow-band selected H$\alpha$ emitters (HAEs) in two rich over-densities (PKS 1138-262 at $z=2.2$ and USS 1558-003 at $z=2.5$) with the Multi-Object Infrared Camera and Spectrograph (MOIRCS) on the Subaru telescope. Read More

We report the discovery of a strong over-density of galaxies in the field of a radio galaxy at z=1.52 (4C65.22) based on our broad-band and narrow-band (H-alpha) photometry with Subaru Telescope. Read More

Metal absorption systems are products of star formation. They are believed to be associated with massive star forming galaxies, which have significantly enriched their surroundings. To test this idea with high column density CIV absorption systems at z~5. Read More

Gas-rich major mergers in high-redshift proto-clusters are important events, perhaps leading to the creation of the slowly rotating remnants seen in the cores of clusters in the present day. Here, we present a deep Jansky Very Large Array observation of CO J = 1-0 emission line in a proto-cluster at z = 2.5, USS1558-003. Read More

We present the results of near-infrared spectroscopy of H$\alpha$ emitters (HAEs) associated with two protoclusters around radio galaxies (PKS1138-262 at $z$=2.2 and USS1558-003 at $z$=2.5) with Multi-Object Infrared Camera and Spectrograph (MOIRCS) on the Subaru telescope. Read More

We present a novel method to estimate accurate redshifts of star-forming galaxies by measuring the flux ratio of the same emission line observed through two adjacent narrow-band filters. We apply this method to our NB912 and new NB921 data taken with Suprime-Cam on the Subaru Telescope of a galaxy cluster, XMMXCS J2215.9-1738, at z=1. Read More

We present the results from our narrow-band imaging surveys of HAEs at z=2.2 and z=2.5 in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep survey Field with near-infrared camera MOIRCS on Subaru Telescope. Read More

We present the morphological properties of 109 H\alpha-selected galaxies at z>2 in SXDF-UDS-CANDELS field. With high-resolution optical/near-infrared images obtained by Hubble Space Telescope, we identify giant clumps within the H\alpha emitters (HAEs). We find that at least 41% of our sample show clumpy structures in the underlying disks. Read More

From deep H-alpha imaging data of Suprime-Cam/Subaru, we discovered nine extended ionized gas clouds (EIG) around galaxies in Abell 851 cluster (A851) at z=0.4. We surveyed 30 x 25 arcmin region, and the EIGs were found only near the cluster center (<2. Read More

We present improved constraints on the formation time scale of massive cluster galaxies based on rest-frame optical spectra of galaxies in a forming cluster located at z=2.16. The spectra are obtained with MOIRCS on the Subaru telescope with an integration time of ~7 hours. Read More

This paper discusses the evolution of the correlation between galaxy star formation rates (SFRs) and stellar mass (M*) over the last ~10 Gyrs, particularly focusing on its environmental dependence. We first present the mid-infrared (MIR) properties of the H-alpha-selected galaxies in a rich cluster Cl0939+4713 at z=0.4. Read More

We present a panoramic narrow-band study of H-alpha emitters in the field of the z=2.16 proto-cluster around PKS1138-262 using MOIRCS on the Subaru Telescope. We find 83 H-alpha emitters down to a SFR(Ha)~10Msun/yr across a ~7'x7' region centered on the radio galaxy, and identify ~10-Mpc scale filaments of emitters running across this region. Read More

We report a discovery of a proto-cluster in vigorous assembly and hosting strong star forming activities, associated to a radio galaxy USS 1558-003 at z=2.53, as traced by a wide-field narrow-band H_alpha imaging with MOIRCS on Subaru Telescope. We find 68 H_alpha emitters with dust-uncorrected SFRs down to 8. Read More

We present a panoramic narrow-band imaging survey of [OII] emitters in and around the ClG J0218.3-0510 cluster at z=1.62 with Suprime-Cam on Subaru telescope. Read More

We conduct a narrow-band imaging survey of [OII] emitters over a 32'x23' area in and around the XMMXCS J2215.9-1738 cluster at z=1.46 with Subaru/Suprime-Cam, and select 380 [OII] emitting galaxies down to 1. Read More

We present a wide-field H-alpha imaging survey of the rich cluster CL0939+4713 (Abell 851) at z=0.41 with Suprime-Cam on the Subaru Telescope, using the narrow-band filter NB921. The survey is sensitive to active galaxies with star formation rates down to ~0. Read More

2010Dec
Affiliations: 1University of Tokyo, 2Subaru Telescope, 3University of Tokyo, 4National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 5Subaru Telescope, 6Tohoku University

We present a pilot narrow-band survey of H-alpha emitters at z=2.2 in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey North (GOODS-N) field with MOIRCS instrument on the Subaru telescope. The survey reached a 3 sigma limiting magnitude of 23. Read More

2009Dec
Affiliations: 1ifa, University of Hawaii, 2U. Tokyo, 3ISAS/JAXA, 4Rutherford, 5ISAS/JAXA, 6ISAS/JAXA, 7SNU, 8SNU, 9SNU, 10SSC, 11UCLA, 12U. Tokyo, 13Nagoya, 14Open Univ., 15NAOJ, 16ISAS/JAXA, 17ISAS/JAXA, 18ASIAA, 19SNU, 20SNU, 21Iwate, 22TOME R&D, 23Asahikawa

We aim to reveal environmental dependence of infrared luminosity functions (IR LFs) of galaxies at z~0.8 using the AKARI satellite. We construct restframe 8um IR LFs in the cluster region RXJ1716. Read More

We present the first wide-field H-alpha imaging survey around the distant cluster RXJ1716.4+6708 at z=0.81 with a narrow-band filter on MOIRCS/Subaru, down to SFR(Ha)~1Msun/yr. Read More

We present an unbiased deep [OII] emission survey of a cluster XMMXCS J2215.9-1738 at z=1.46, the most distant cluster to date with a detection of extended X-ray emission. Read More

We present environmental dependence of dusty star forming activity in and around the cluster RXJ1716.4+6708 at z=0.81 based on wide-field and multi-wavelength observations with Suprime-Cam on the Subaru telescope and IRC onboard the AKARI satellite. Read More

We present environmental dependence of the build-up of the colour-magnitude relation (CMR) at z ~ 0.8. It is well established that massive early-type galaxies exhibit a tight CMR in clusters up to at least z ~ 1. Read More

In the deep narrow band image of the Coma Cluster taken with Suprime-Cam of the Subaru telescope, we found an extremely long and narrow (~ 60 kpc x 2 kpc) Halpha emitting region associated with a poststarburst galaxy (D100). Follow up spectroscopy shows that the region has the same redshift as D100. The surface brightness of the region is typically 25 mag(AB) arcsec^-2 in Halpha, which corresponds to 0. Read More