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The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle

EPoS 2018 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 Ackerl Multiplicity Among 3500 Young Stellar Objects in Orion A
P2 Aida Ahmadi Core Fragmentation and Disk Stability in High-Mass Star Formation: The W3(H2O) Archetype and Beyond
P3 Aurore Bacmann Is Dust Continuum Emission a Good Gas Tracer in Pre-Stellar Cores?
P4 Javier Ballesteros-Paredes Are There Really Archetypes for Molecular Clouds, Filaments and Cores?
P5 Asmita Bhandare First Core Lifetime from Low- to High-Mass Star Formation
P6 Andreas Burkert A Bathtub Model for the Star-Forming ISM
P7 Blakesley Burkhart The Star Formation Rate in the Gravoturbulent Interstellar Medium
P8 Hope Chen Droplets: Pressure-Confined Sub-0.1 pc Coherent Structures
P9 Melanie Chevance A Dominant Reservoir of CO-Dark Molecular Gas in 30 Doradus - the Local Archetype of Extreme High-Mass Star-Forming Regions
P10 Sami Dib A non-universal IMF in the Milky Stellar Clusters
P11 Jan Forbrich Orion Radio News Update: Insights into High-Energy/Accretion Processes in the Time Domain with VLA/ALMA and Precision Astrometry with the VLBA
P12 Josep-Miquel Girart Polarization Archetypes in Protostellar Disks
P13 Josefa Grossschedl Star Formation Rate and Efficiency in the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
P14 Troels Haugboelle The Stellar IMF from Isothermal MHD Turbulence
P15 Stefan Heigl Core Formation in Filaments under the Influence of Turbulence and Large Scale Velocity Gradients
P16 Thomas Henning Riener et al.: Going beyond cloud segmentation: An exploration of the detailed velocity structure of CO emission in the Galactic plane
P17 Alexander Howard Differential Column Density in Super-Resolution in Taurus
P18 John Ilee Unveiling Massive Star Formation with Multi-Wavelength Observations
P19 Mika Juvela Galactic Cold Clumps
P20 Nicole Karnath An ALMA + VLA Survey of Orion Protostars: The Youngest Class 0 Objects
P21 Rainer Koehler Observations of Binary Stars
P22 Diederik Kruijssen The Critical Role of Galactic Dynamics in Regulating the Spatial Structure, Kinematics, and Star Formation Activity of Clouds in the Central Molecular Zone
P23 Rolf Kuiper Accretion Bursts and the Formation of Spectroscopic Massive Proto-Binaries via Early Disk Fragmentation and Migration
P24 Hendrik Linz Far-Infrared Heterodyne Interferometry: What Can It Give Us? Can It Be Done?
P25 Maria Maureira Outflow and Envelope Properties of the Archetype First Hydrostatic Core Candidate L1451-mm
P26 Thomas Nony Challenging the Relation between Cores masses and Stellar Masses: from W43-MM1 to the ALMA-IMF Large Program
P27 Satoshi Ohashi Gravitationally Unstable Condensations Revealed by ALMA in a Prestellar Core in the Orion A Cloud
P28 Jan Orkisz Outstanding Radio-Imaging of OrioN-B: Characterizing the Different Environments of a GMC
P29 Volker Ossenkopf-Okada Quantifying Filamentary Collapse Modes in Molecular Clouds
P30 Paolo Padoan A New Scenario for the Origin of Massive Stars
P31 Aina Palau Fragmentation of Massive Dense Cores: from 0.1 to 0.01 pc
P32 Michael Rugel Feedback from HII Regions - Spatially Resolved Radio Recombination Line Analysis from the THOR Survey of the Milky Way
P33 Daniel Seifried Linking Molecular Cloud Simulations to Observations
P34 Mehrnoosh Tahani Helical Magnetic Fields in Molecular Clouds? A New Method to Determine the Line-of-Sight Magnetic Field Structure in Molecular Clouds
P35 Gwen Williams Gravity Drives the Evolution of Infrared Dark Hubs
P36 Miaomiao Zhang Star-Forming Content of the Galactic Giant Molecular Filaments
P37 Yichen Zhang Protostellar Outflows in the Perseus Molecular Clouds