My research focuses on the dynamical and physical properties of star-forming galaxies over the last 10 billion years, encompassing 70 percent of all cosmic history. It is primarily based on integral field spectroscopy (IFS) observations of nebular and stellar emission from star-forming galaxies with the KMOS, MUSE and SAMI spectrographs. Allowing the simultaneous capture of both galaxy spectra and images in a single observation, IFS provides a new, three-dimensional view of galaxies and is currently revolutionising our understanding of these fundamental units of large-scale structure in the cosmos. My aim is to make significant progress in explaining how, and by which mechanisms, galaxies have grown and evolved over cosmic time – a fundamental and as yet unsolved puzzle piece in our understanding of the Universe.
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