Time: 16:00 h
Author: Peter Barthel
As revealed by the Herschel Space Observatory, the infrared-submm
SEDS of distant radio-loud AGN indicate copious amounts of warm
and cold dust. Modeling of these SEDs implies huge star-formation
rates, and in addition provides consistency with the unification
model for these objects (quasars and radio galaxies).
Detailed analysis of the full uv/optical-submm SEDs with a new
spectro-chemical evolutionary code provides further quantification
of the starburst nature of these “classical” AGN. ALMA images of the
cool dust have been obtained, allowing a study of the AGN-starburst
connection. Finally, starburst-driven super-winds occur in these
objects, providing evidence for negative feedback by the starburst.
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