Publications by Lance Miller


Early type galaxies and structural parameters from ESO public survey KiDS

Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings 42 (2016) 135-138

N Roy, NR Napolitano, F La Barbera, C Tortora, F Getman, M Radovich, M Capaccioli, V Amaro, A Amon, D Applegate, M Asgari, K Begeman, A Belikov, M Bilicki, C Blake, MB Eriksen, D Boxhoorn, M Brescia, M Brouwer, H Buddelmeijer, A Buddendiek, M Cacciato, Y Cai, M Capaccioli, S Cavuoti, E Chisari, A Choi, OM Cordes, G Covone, M Dall’Ora, J de Jong, A Dvornik, A Edge, T Erben, IF Conti, J Franse, C Georgiou, F Getman, B Giblin, A Grado, J Harnois-Déraps, E Helmich, R Herbonnet, C Heymans, H Hildebrandt, H Hoekstra, A Hojjati, Z Huang, N Irisarri, A Jakobs, B Joachimi, A Johnson, H Johnston, S Joudaki, F Köhlinger, T Kitching, D Klaes, L Koopmans, K Kuijken, F La Barbera, P Lacerda, G Longo, J McFarland, A Mead, J Merten, L Miller, C Morrison, R Nakajima, N Napolitano, M Paolillo, J Peacock, R Peletier, CE Petrillo, B Pila-Diez, E Puddu, M Radovich, A Rifatto, N Roy, P Schneider, T Schrabback, E Semboloni, C Sifon, G Sikkema, P Simon, W Sutherland, T Troester, A Tudorica, E Valentijn, R Van Der Burg, E Van Uitert, L Van Waerbeke, GV Kleijn, M Viola, WJ Vriend, KZ Adami

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016. The Kilo Degree survey (KiDS) is a large-scale optical imaging survey carried out with the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), which is the ideal tool for galaxy evolution studies.We expect to observemillions of galaxies for which we extract the structural parameters in four wavebands (u, g, r and i). This sample will represent the largest dataset with measured structural parameters up to a redshift z D 0:5. In this paper we will introduce the sample, and describe the 2D fitting procedure using the 2DPHOT environment and the validation of the parameters with an external catalog.


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