1. News from z~6-10 galaxy candidates found behind gravitational lensing clusters [abs, ps, pdf, other] :

  2. D. Schaerer (Obs Genevea, OMP), R. Pello (OMP), E. Egami (Tucson), A. Hempel (Obs Geneva), J. Richard (OMP), J.-F. Le Borgne (OMP), J.-P. Kneib (OAMP, Caltech), M. Wise (Amsterdam), F. Boone (LERMA), F. Combes (LERMA)
    Comments: 6 pages, figs included. To appear in "At the Edge of the Universe: latest results from the deepest astronomical surveys", Eds. Jose Afonso, Henry Ferguson and Ray Norris, ASP Conf. Series, in press
  3. Searching for the first galaxies through gravitational lenses [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  4. D. Schaerer (1,2), R. Pello (2), J. Richard (2), E. Egami (3), A. Hempel (1), J.F. Le Borgne (2), J.-P. Kneib (4,5), M. Wise (6), F. Boone (7), F. Combes (7) ((1) Geneva Observatory, Sauverny, Switzerland, (2) Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, Toulouse, France, (3) Steward Observatory, Tucson, USA, (4) OAMP, Marseille, France, (5) Caltech Astronomy, Pasadena, USA, (6) Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (7) Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France)
    Comments: Comments: 4 pages, 4 colour figures, can also be downloaded via this http URL
    Journal-ref: ESO Messenger 125 (2006) 20-23
  5. Looking for z>7 galaxies with the Gravitational Telescope [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  6. Roser Pelló (1), Johan Richard (1), Daniel Schaerer (2,1), Jean-François Le Borgne (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (3), Angela Hempel (2)
    (1) Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, (2) Geneva Observatory,(3) Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
    5 pages, 2 figures. Conference proceedings: "The Fabulous Destiny of Galaxies: Bridging Past and Present", Marseille, June 2005

  7. Very High-Redshift Lensed Galaxies [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  8. Roser Pelló (1), Johan Richard (1), D. Schaerer (2 and 1), Jean -François Le Borgne (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (3,1)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse (2) Geneva Observatory, (3) Caltech
    14 pages, 7 figures, Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 225: The Impact of Gravitational Lensing on Cosmology,
    Y. Mellier and G. Meylan, Eds

  9. The EMIR observing program manager system science simulator (DOWNLOAD)

  10. Johan Richard; Roser Pelló; Thierry Contini; Sylvie Brau-Nogué; Christian Lucuix
    Proceedings of the SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering-- conference held in Glasgow (June 2004).
    Volume 5493, pp. 373-381 (2004).

  11. Spectrophotometric properties of galaxies: automatic measurement and analysis tools for large surveys (ABSTRACT).

  12. Fabrice Lamareille(1); Thierry Contini(1); Jean-François Le Borgne(1); Jarle Brinchmann(2); Stéphane Charlot(3); Johan Richard(1).
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse   (2) Inst. Astrophysics Oslo    (3) MPA
    SF2A-2004: Semaine de l'Astrophysique Francaise, meeting held in Paris, France, June 14-18, 2004, Eds.: F. Combes, D. Barret, T. Contini, F. Meynadier and L. Pagani EdP-Sciences, Conference Series.

  13. Observing z>7 sources with the GTC [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  14. Roser Pelló (1), D. Schaerer (2 and 1), Johan Richard (1), Jean -François Le Borgne (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (3,1)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse (2) Geneva Observatory, (3) Caltech
    5 Latex pages, 4 figures, Proceedings of the II International Workshop on
    Science with the GTC, February 15-17, 2004. To be published in Rev.Mex.A.A. CS

  15. Searches for high redshift galaxies using gravitational lensing [abs , ps , pdf , other ]

  16. Johan Richard (1), Roser Pelló (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (1,2), D. Schaerer (3,1), Michael R. Santos (2), Richard Ellis (2)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse, (2) Caltech, (3) Geneva Observatory
    Proceedings of the "Multiwavelength Cosmology" conference lead in Mykonos (17th-20th june 2003). 4 pages, 5 figures
  17. Properties of Faint Distant Galaxies as seen through Gravitational Telescopes [abs , ps , pdf , other ]

  18. Roser Pelló, Thierry Contini, Marie Lemoine-Busserolle, Johan Richard, Jean-Paul Kneib, Jean-François Le Borgne,
    Daniel Schaerer, Micol Bolzonella
    Review lecture given at "Gravitational Lensing: a unique tool for cosmology",Aussois, France, January 2003.
    To appear in ASP Conf. S., eds. D. Valls-Gabaud & J.-P. Kneib, 26 pages, 8 figures.