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The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
 
EPoS 2014 Posters
 
The poster walls for each poster have the dimension

750 mm width × 1250 mm height (29.5 × 49.2 inch).

A0: 841 mm × 1189 mm (33.1 × 46.8 inch) is too large in width.

A1: 594 mm × 841 mm (23.4 × 33.1 inch) fits but leaves some space.
P1 Christine Koepferl The Star-formation Rate of the Central Molecular Zone determined from Young Stellar Objects
P2 Henrik Beuther The carbon budget and formation signatures of molecular clouds
P3 Simon Bihr W43 - How much neutral atomic hydrogen is hidden?
P4 Vivien Chen Disk Accretion around the Massive Protostar IRAS 20126+4104
P5 Nichol Cunningham What is Driving the Outflows in Massive Star Forming Regions?
P7 Emily Drabek-Maunder Investigating outflow and cloud energetics in Ophiuchus and other GBS clouds
P8 Siyi Feng Chemical substructure of high-mass star-forming regions
P9 Adam Ginsburg Feeding a Massive Cluster along Filaments in W51
P10 Josep Girart Magnetic Fields and Massive Star Formation
P11 Matthias Gritschneder The Fate of Ionization Triggered Stars
P12 Jenny Hatchell First JCMT Gould Belt Survey results on multiple systems
P13 Chat Hull From clouds to cores to envelopes to disks: a multi-scale view of magnetized star formation
P14 Katharine Johnston The structure and star-forming fate of the Galactic centre cloud G0.253+0.016
P15 Eric Keto The formation of filaments by reconnection in magnetized sheets
P16 Alexei Kritsuk Interstellar Turbulence, Molecular Clouds and Star Formation
P17 Diederik Kruijssen An Uncertainty Principle for Star Formation - Putting direct constraints on the physics of cloud evolution, star formation and feedback
P18 Di Li Physical and Chemical Properties of Massive Quiescent Cores in Orion
P19 Hendrik Linz FIR lines from Herschel cores: state of the molecular and atomic gas
P20 Anna McLeod Feedback of massive star formation: from simulations to observations
P21 Nickolas Moeckel The formation of filamentary bundles in turbulent molecular clouds
P22 Markus Nielbock Star Formation in the Norma Cloud
P23 Liubin Pan The role of turbulence for dust growth in protostellar cores and disks
P24 Jaime Pineda Turbulence dissipation and fragmentation in an isothermal filament: initial conditions for star formation
P25 Rene Plume Results from the HEXOS Full Band Spectral Survey of Orion South
P26 Adele Plunkett Outflows and clustered star formation on scales of cores to clouds
P27 Sarah Ragan Core kinematics in infrared-dark clouds
P28 Thomas Robitaille Characterizing the hierarchical structure of molecular clouds with dendrograms
P29 Thomas Stanke Connecting Environment with Protostars with the Herschel Orion Protostar Survey
P30 Jeremy Tige Massive Dense Cores in Molecular Clouds
P31 Kohji Tomisaka Magnetohydrostatic Equilibrium Structure and Mass of Filamentary Isothermal Cloud Threaded by Lateral Magnetic Field
P32 Tatiana Vasyunina Chemical variations in Infrared Dark Clouds: from starless cores to hot core candidates
P33 Ke Wang Fragmentation at the Earliest Phase of Massive Star Formation
P34 Manuel Zamora-Aviles Molecular Cloud evolution: Regulation of the Star Formation Rate by feedback from massive stars