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Do models confirm observational evidence that [CII] luminosity tracks SFR at low redshift? Does a similar or different relation hold at high redshift, i.e. during the Epoch of Reionization?
What dynamic information about a galaxy can be extracted from its line profile in the FIR?
How does the luminosity function of e.g. [CII] look according to models, and how does it evolve with different redshift?
Which FIR lines can we use to map the sky at high redshift? What can that kind of intensity mapping tell us about the circum and intergalactic medium (CGM and IGM)?