Resolved Stellar Populations, Bulge Growth and Quenching since Cosmic Noon

The Hubble Space Telescope has offered us an unprecedented view on the internal physics of high-redshift galaxies on kiloparsec scales. Exploiting the powerful synergy between ACS+WFC3 imaging from CANDELS and grism spectroscopy from 3D-HST, I will present new insights on resolved stellar populations at 0.5 < z < 2.5, the nature of clumps in early star-forming disks, bulge growth, and its relation to quenching.

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