era of high angular and spectral resolution and high signal-to-noise
studies has begun. The advent of a new generation of instruments
and of state-of-the-art new surveys is allowing an unprecedented view
on galaxies both at high and low redshift, challenging our theoretical
understanding and stimulating the development of more sophisticated and
powerful models of galaxy evolution.
In this workshop we will discuss the most recent observational and
theoretical results aiming to understand the role of environmental
effects on galaxy formation, and the ongoing efforts to dissect galaxy
evolution from the first galaxies to the local Universe.
the tradition of past "GEE" (Galaxy Evolution and Environment) meetings
- GEE1-2009 held in Bologna, GEE2-2011 held in Milan and GEE3-2013
held in Padua - and thanks to a financial contribution from INAF, this
new GEE4 will be held in Naples, at the Astronomical Observatory