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    Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann,Luis C. Ho,Henrique R. Schmitt
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International Astronomical Union.

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Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann, Luis C. Ho, Henrique R. Schmitt

Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann, Luis C. Schmitt.

We present the first homogeneous sample of intermediate-mass black hole candidates in active galactic nuclei. The spectral properties of the sample are compared to the related class of objects known as narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies. In contrast to the local active galaxy population, the host galaxies are ∼1 mag fainter than M and thus are probably late-type systems.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 121, astro-ph/0701922. Bruzual, A. 2005, in Proceedings of the Meeting Resolved Stellar Populations, eds. D. Valls-Gabaud and M. Chávez, ASP Conf. Ser. (in press) astro-ph/0701907

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Thaisa Storchi Bergmann (born 19 December 1955) is a Brazilian .

Thaisa Storchi Bergmann (born 19 December 1955) is a Brazilian astrophysicist working at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, Brazil. She won the Women in Science Award in 2015 for her work on supermassive black holes. In 2004 she was one of the most cited Brazilian scientists In 2009 she joined the Brazilian Academy of Sciences

Intermediate-mass black holes in galactic nuclei. 3California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, 91125, USA. Abstract. We present the rst homogeneous sample of intermediate-mass black hole candidates. in active galactic nuclei. Starting with broad-line active nuclei from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposia and Colloquia.

Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposia and Colloquia.

The organisation of scientific conferences is a key activity of the IAU. The results are recorded in the Proceedings of its Symposia, Colloquia, in its Transactions A and B, and in its Highlights of Astronomy that contains the Proceedings of Joint Discussions held at the triennial General Assemblies of the IAU.

How massive are the largest and smallest nuclear black holes in galaxies? Why are the masses of nuclear black holes proportional to those of their host galaxy bulges? How is nuclear activity triggered? What are the observational signatures of such processes? What are the connections between the active nucleus, stars and interstellar medium in galaxies? Answers to these questions are addressed in this book, which presents a compilation of 191 works covering recent observations from X-rays to radio wavelengths, as well as theoretical modeling of accretion disks, stellar populations and galaxy and black hole evolution. This volume presents the nuclear activity as a phase in the life of a galaxy, which is intimately connected to the evolution of its stars and interstellar medium. It brings together recent developments in topics covering most aspects of galaxy evolution, and is a valuable resource for astronomers and graduate students working in extragalactic astronomy.