1. Properties and evolution of galaxies in groups and clusters; E. Ellingson, P. Katgert, A. Biviano, M. Gidari, M. Zimer, R.de Propris. 2. The evolution of brightest cluster galaxies; C. Collins, A. Fritz, A. Gonzalez, D. Dzanovic, R.de Carvalho. 3. Dwarfs and low surface brightness galaxies in clusters; L. Infante, S. Sabatini, J. Davies, L. Makarova, M. Gregg. 4. Spectral, morphological and color transformations of cluster galaxies; B. Poggianti, E. Pompei, P. Best, S. Andreon, J. Afonso. 5. Interactions between clusters and their interplay with galaxy evolution; R. Nichol, E.de Filippis. 6. Galaxy luminosity functions in different environments; S. Driver, F. Durret, K. Flint, D. Christlein. 7. Galaxy interactions in groups and clusters numerical simulations; P. Norberg, S. Khochfar. 8. Galaxy interactions with the intracluster medium; H.B. Alfaro, S. Borgani. 9. Plenary sessions; A. Cimatti, S. Allen, S. Anton. 10. Summary and conclusions; H. Yee.
Galaxy groups and clusters provide excellent laboratories for studying galaxy properties in different environments and at different look-back times. In particular, the recent detections of high-redshift cluster candidates, only possible with the current high-technology instrumentation, add a new dimension to the problem. Along with the ever increasing computing power and sophisticated algorithms to model clusters of galaxies, it may help us to understand the origins of today's groups and clusters, as well as of their member galaxies. These workshop proceedings provide a snapshot of the current research in this subject, covering the observations, theory and numerical simulations relevant to galaxy evolution in groups and clusters. In this book, intended primarily to researchers in the field, particular emphasis is given to the recent impressive progress in the field, on important new results, and on the future prospects and open questions to be tackled.
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