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The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
EPoS 2018 Final List of 142 Registered Persons

Session preference
High-mass Molecular
Cores SF Laws
and IMF
Filaments Magnetic
Chemistry Multiplicity
22 20 20 19 15 12 11 10 7 4

Scientists from 23 countries have registered.

No Name Affiliation Cou. Suggested Contribution
142 Farhad Zadeh Northwestern U US Bipolar 13CO (2-1) Molecular Outflows within 1pc of Sgr A*: Evidence for Low-mass Star Formation Activity
141 Blakesley Burkhart Harvard CfA US The Star Formation Rate in the Gravoturbulent Interstellar Medium
140 Jaime Pineda MPE DE The GBT Ammonia Survey: Dense Gas Kinematic Property and the Properties of Dense Cores
139 Claire Esau U Sheffield UK No evidence for primordial mass segregation
138 Christine Ackerl U Vienna AT Multiplicity Among 3500 Young Stellar Objects in Orion A
137 Ake Nordlund STARPLAN DK Registration cancelled
136 Hendrik Linz MPIA DE Far-Infrared Heterodyne Interferometry: What Can It Give Us? Can It Be Done?
135 Shuo Kong Yale US The CARMA-Orion Survey
134 Sylvie Cabrit Obs. Paris FR SVS13A as Archetype for the Role of Multiplicity in Accretion Bursts and Jets
133 Maria Maureira Yale US Outflow and Envelope Properties of the Archetype First Hydrostatic Core Candidate L1451-mm
132 Sandra Trevino-Morales OSO/Chalmers SE Are Spiral Filamentary Structures Ubiquitous in Massive Star-Forming Regions?
131 Catherine Dougados IPAG FR Rotating Molecular Cavities Scrutinized by ALMA: What Can They Tell Us about Magnetic Fields in Protoplanetary Disks ?
130 Anna Rosen Harvard U US The Formation of Massive Stars with Radiative and Protostellar Outflow Feedback
129 Basmah Riaz MPE DE Pre-Substellar Cores as Archetypes of Pre-Stellar Cores
128 Guang-Xing Li USM Munich DE Star Cluster Scaling Relations from Turbulence-Gravity Interplay
127 Paolo Padoan ICCUB/ICREA ES The Star Formation Rate of Molecular Clouds
126 Philippe Andre CEA-Lab AIM FR The Properties of Nearby Molecular Filaments as Derived from Herschel Gould Belt Survey Observations
125 Lukasz Tychoniec Leiden U NL Evolutionary Trend in Dust Masses of Embedded Disks Captured by VLA
124 Rachel Smullen U Arizona US Studying the Time Evolution of Hierarchical Structures in Star Formation Simulations
123 Karolina Kubiak U Vienna AT Radial Velocity Survey of the Complete Orion Star Forming Region
122 Josefa Grossschedl U Vienna AT Star Formation Rate and Efficiency in the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
121 Elizabeth Watkins Cardiff U UK Massive Star Formation and the Impact of Stellar Feedback: The Case of the G316.75 Massive Star-Forming Ridge
120 Gwen Williams U St. Andrews UK Gravity Drives the Evolution of Infrared Dark Hubs
119 Prabesh Joshi PH1 DE Resolution Requirements for Modelling the Molecular Hydrogen and CO
118 Mika Juvela U Helsinki FI Galactic Cold Clumps
117 Alexander Hygate MPIA/U Heidelberg DE Characterising the Cloud-Scale Physics of Star Formation and Feedback Beyond the Milky Way - Results from a Comprehensive Survey of Local-Universe Galaxies
116 Qizhou Zhang CfA US Magnetic Fields at the Early Phases of Massive Star Formation
115 Jouni Kainulainen Chalmers SE The PROMISE Survey: High-Resolution Column Density Mapping of the Galactic Plane
114 Aida Ahmadi MPIA DE Core Fragmentation and Disk Stability in High-Mass Star Formation: The W3(H2O) Archetype and Beyond
113 Che-Yu Chen UVA US Fantastic Striations and Where to Find Them: The Origin of Magnetically Aligned Striations in Interstellar Clouds
112 Nicole Karnath U Toledo US An ALMA + VLA Survey of Orion Protostars: The Youngest Class 0 Objects
111 Manuel Jung HS DE Early Phases of Protostellar Discs -- The Role of Radiative Feedback
110 Camilo Penaloza Cardiff U UK Can the Virial Parameter Reliably Trace the Dynamical State of Molecular Clouds?
109 Rosaria Bonito INAF-OAPa IT Accretion and Outflows in Young Stars: an Interdisciplinary Approach for a Multi-Band Investigation
108 Michael Rugel MPIA DE Feedback from HII Regions - Spatially Resolved Radio Recombination Line Analysis from the THOR Survey of the Milky Way
107 Maryvonne Gerin LERMA, Obs. Paris FR Nascent Disks in the First Hydrostatic Core/Class 0 archetypes B1b-N and B1b-S
106 Alberto Sanna MPIfR DE Discovery of a Warped Infalling Disk around an O-type YSO
105 Asuncion Fuente OAN ES Gas phase Elemental abundances in Molecular cloudS (GEMS)
104 Anders Koelligan IAAT DE Jets and Outflows of Massive Protostars
103 Peter Barnes U Florida US A new Archetype for Molecular Cloud Dynamical Evolution
102 Troels Haugboelle StarPlan/NBI DK The Stellar IMF from Isothermal MHD Turbulence
101 Miaomiao Zhang MPIA DE Star-Forming Content of the Galactic Giant Molecular Filaments
100 Emily Drabek-Maunder Cardiff U UK Understanding the Early Stages of Terrestrial Planet Formation in the DG Tau A Disc
99 Eric Keto Harvard U US Testing Theories of Star Formation
98 Orsolya Feher Konkoly Obs HU Revealing the Process and Characteristics of Episodic Accretion in FU Orionis-Type Eruptive Young Stars
97 Jan Forbrich Herts UK Orion Radio News Update: Insights into High-Energy/Accretion Processes in the Time Domain with VLA/ALMA and Precision Astrometry with the VLBA
96 Maria Kirsanova INASAN RU Impact of Expanding Shells on High and Low Mass Star Formation in Giant Molecular Cloud G174+2.5
95 Thomas Nony IPAG FR Challenging the Relation between Cores masses and Stellar Masses: from W43-MM1 to the ALMA-IMF Large Program
94 Michael Kueffmeier ITA DE The Role of Infall on Young Protostellar Systems
93 Manuel Riener MPIA DE Going Beyond Cloud Segmentation: Unveiling the Detailed Velocity Structure of the CO Gas in the Galactic Plane
92 Natsuko Izumi NAOJ JP Star Formation Efficiency in Low Surface Gas Density and Low Metallicity Environment
91 Stefan Meingast UNIVIE AT Infrared Extinction in Orion A
90 Volker Ossenkopf-Okada KOSMA DE Quantifying Filamentary Collapse Modes in Molecular Clouds
89 Dimitrios Gouliermis MPIA/U Heidelberg DE Deciphering Clustered Star Formation with Machine Learning Techniques
88 Satoshi Ohashi RIKEN JP Gravitationally Unstable Condensations Revealed by ALMA in a Prestellar Core in the Orion A Cloud
87 Jacob Ward U Heidelberg DE Not all Stars Form in Clusters - Measuring the Kinematics of OB Associations with Gaia
86 Yichen Zhang RIKEN JP Protostellar Outflows in the Perseus Molecular Clouds
85 Daniel Seifried U Koeln DE Linking Molecular Cloud Simulations to Observations
84 Josep-Miquel Girart ICE CT Polarization Archetypes in Protostellar Disks
83 Eleonora Zari Leiden U NL Young Stellar Populations Towards Orion with Gaia DR2
82 Elena Redaelli MPE DE Unveiling the Dynamics of the Barnard 59 Star-Forming Clump
81 Rainer Koehler U Vienna AT Observations of Binary Stars
80 Zhiwei Chen PMO CN The Magnetic Fields in HII Region-Driven Bubbles
79 Juergen Steinacker IPAG/MPIA FR Star Formation Rates Derived from Current Core Mass Functions: Why are They Physically Not Meaningful?
78 Emeric Bron ICMM-CSIC ES Unsupervised Characterization of the Physical/Chemical Phases in a GMC
77 Adam Ginsburg NRAO US Star Formation Laws Evaluated at our Galaxy's Highest Density
76 Javier Ballesteros-Paredes IRyA-UNAM MX Are There Really Archetypes for Molecular Clouds, Filaments and Cores?
75 Matthias Gritschneder LMU DE Cutting the Edge - on the Survival of Finite Filaments
74 Bram Ochsendorf JHU US What Drives the Formation of Massive Stars and Clusters?
73 Sami Dib NBIA DK A non-universal IMF in the Milky Stellar Clusters
72 Hans Baehr MPIA DE Formation of Stellar Companions through Disk Fragmentation
71 Yuan Wang MPIA DE Dense Gas in Giant Molecular Filaments: Connecting the Milky Way to other Galaxies
70 Juan Soler MPIA DE The Imprints of the Molecular Cloud Formation Process as Revealed by Machine Vision
69 Elena Nikoghosyan BAO AM New Embedded Eruptive Variable YSO UKIDSS-J185318.36+012454.5
68 Jan Orkisz IRAM FR Outstanding Radio-Imaging of OrioN-B: Characterizing the Different Environments of a GMC
67 Nathaniel Kee IAAT, U Tuebingen DE Near Star Radiative Feedback and the Stellar Upper Mass Limit
66 Hope Chen Harvard U US Droplets: Pressure-Confined Sub-0.1 pc Coherent Structures
65 Sebastian Ramirez UAUA CL Systematic Search of Massive Clusters in NIR Photometric Surveys (and the Variety of Results)
64 Mehrnoosh Tahani U Calgary CA Helical Magnetic Fields in Molecular Clouds? A New Method to Determine the Line-of-Sight Magnetic Field Structure in Molecular Clouds
63 Rolf Kuiper IAAT/U Tuebingen DE First Hydrodynamics Simulations of Radiation Forces and Photoionization Feedback in Massive Star Formation
62 Antoine Gusdorf LERMA FR Shocks and the Early Phases of Star Formation
61 Aurore Bacmann IPAG FR Is Dust Continuum Emission a Good Gas Tracer in Pre-Stellar Cores?
60 Asmita Bhandare MPIA DE First Core Lifetime from Low- to High-Mass Star Formation
59 Will Fischer STScI US HOPS 383, the Archetypical Outbursting Class 0 Protostar
58 Alexander Howard U Cardiff UK Differential Column Density in Super-Resolution in Taurus
57 Rowan Smith JBCA Manchester UK Star Formation in Galactic Clouds and Filaments
56 Jonathan Henshaw MPIA DE Seeding the Galactic Centre Gas Stream: Initial Conditions for the Formation of Young Massive Clusters
55 Birgit Hasenberger U Vienna AT Effective Dust Temperatures in the Pipe Nebula's Dense Cores
54 Stefan Heigl LMU/MPE DE Core Formation in Filaments under the Influence of Turbulence and Large Scale Velocity Gradients
53 Sarah Jeffreson U Heidelberg DE A General Analytic Theory for the Giant Molecular Cloud Lifetime: Unifying the Zoo of Evolutionary Mechanisms Governing the Cloud Lifecycle
52 Nacho Anez ICE ES GGD27 MM1: is it an Archetype of an Accretion Disk around a Massive YSO?
51 Melanie Chevance ARI/ZAH DE A Dominant Reservoir of CO-Dark Molecular Gas in 30 Doradus - the Local Archetype of Extreme High-Mass Star-Forming Regions
50 Richard Klein UC Berkeley/LLNL US The Formation of Massive Clusters From High Redshift to the Present Day Universe
49 Joseph Mottram MPIA DE From Clump to Disk Scales in W3IRS4 - the Impact of Neighbourhood on Massive Star Formation
48 Kazuki Tokuda OPU/NAOJ JP A Detached Protostellar Disk around a ~0.2Msun Protostar in a Possible Site of a Multiple Star Formation in a Dynamical Environment in Taurus
47 Diederik Kruijssen U Heidelberg DE The Critical Role of Galactic Dynamics in Regulating the Spatial Structure, Kinematics, and Star Formation Activity of Clouds in the Central Molecular Zone
46 Yoko Oya U Tokyo JP Three Cases of Chemical Differentiation in Disk-Forming Regions of Low-Mass Protostellar Sources
45 Aina Palau IRyA-UNAM MX Fragmentation of Massive Dense Cores: from 0.1 to 0.01 pc
44 Yueh-Ning Lee IPGP FR A Robust Explanation of the Peak of the IMF
43 Paul Rohde PH1 DE Evolution of Hubble Wedges in Episodic Protostellar Outflows
42 Mario Tafalla OAN-IGN ES Clues to the Outflow Acceleration Mechanism from ALMA Observations of the L1448 Archetype
41 Hsi-Wei Yen ESO DE Disk Growth and Angular Momentum Transfer at the Early Stage of Star Formation
40 Seamus Clarke U Cologne DE Synthetic Observations of Fibrous Filaments: the Problems of Mapping from PPV to PPP
39 Ramon Rey-Raposo UoS UK Cloud Morphology Also Shapes the Clusters
38 Pierre Marchand OUTAP JP Non-Ideal MHD in Star Formation and the Treatment of the Hall Effect in Numerical Codes
37 John Tobin OU US The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey of Perseus and Orion
36 Yang Gao SYSU CN Variable Protostellar Mass Accretion Rates in Cloud Cores
35 Patrick Sheehan OU US Constraints on Embedded Disk Structures and Masses as Seen by CARMA and ALMA
34 John Ilee IoA Cambridge UK Unveiling Massive Star Formation with Multi-Wavelength Observations
33 Timea Csengeri MPIfR DE Signatures of Accretion Shocks in the Inner Envelope of a Young High-Mass Protostar
32 Erick Young USRA US JWST Extinction Mapping of IR Dark Clouds
31 Shmuel Bialy TAU IL The HI-to-H2 Transition in a Turbulent Medium
30 Elena Kadyshevich IAP RAS RU Bok-Globules as an Early Stage of Star Formation in the Context of the PFO-CFO Theory of Solar System Formation and Transformation
29 Yao-Lun Yang UT Austin US Direct Infall Signatures and Complex Organic Molecules Found Toward Two Isolated Cores, BHR71 and B335
28 Thomas Henning MPIA DE Conference Summary
27 Ralph Pudritz McMaster U CA The Origin and Growth of Massive Star Clusters
26 Bastian Koertgen HS DE The Origin of Filamentary Star Forming Clouds in Magnetised Galaxies
25 Doug Johnstone NRC HAA CA The Variability of Deeply Embedded Protostars in the Sub-Millimetre
24 Aleksandr Nesterenok Ioffe Inst. RU Modelling C-Type Shock Waves in Dense Clouds
23 Greg Doppmann WMKO US Searching for Residual Gas and Dust in Protostellar Disks
22 Anna McLeod U Canterbury NZ HH 1177: an Optical Parsec-Scale Jet from a Massive Young Stellar Object in the Large Magellanic Cloud
21 Quentin Salome IryA-UNAM MX The Draco Nebula: the Atomic-to-Molecular Transition in a Colliding Flow
20 Aleksandra Kuznetsova U Michigan US Distribution of Angular Momenta in Protostars and Their Envelopes
19 Andreas Burkert USM DE A Bathtub Model for the Star-Forming ISM
18 Henrik Beuther MPIA DE Magnetic Fields at the Onset of High-Mass Star Formation
17 Karin Oeberg HSCfA US Chemistry of the Early Phase of Star Formation
16 Becky Arnold U Sheffield UK Quantifying Velocity Structure in Star Clusters
15 Naiping Yu NAOC CN Chemical Evolution of Red MSX Sources (RMSs) in the Southern Sky
14 Chat Hull NAOJ CL Using ALMA to Probe the Role of the Magnetic Field in the Earliest Stages of Star Formation
13 Carlos Carrasco-Gonzalez IRyA-UNAM MX Observing Magnetic Fields and Collimation in Protostellar Jets
12 James Di Francesco NRC HIA CA Molecular Cloud Cores
11 Clare Dobbs U Exeter UK The Early Phase of Star Formation on Galaxy-Scale
10 Alex Lazarian UW-Madison US Tracing Magnetic Fields with Velocity Gradients
9 Mark Krumholz ANU AU High-Mass Star/Star Cluster Formation
8 Simon Goodwin U Sheffield UK Multiplicity in the Early Phase of Star Formation
7 Shu-ichiro Inutsuka Nagoya U JP Molecular Clouds: Formation and Evolution During Early Star Formation
6 Charles Lada CfA US Star Formation Laws and the IMF
5 Alvaro Hacar Leiden U NL Filaments
4 Benoit Commercon CRAL/ENS FR The Role of Magnetic Fields During the Early Phase of Star Formation
3 Nami Sakai RIKEN JP Protostellar Disks
2 Joao Alves U Vienna AT Archetypes
1 John Carpenter JAO/NRAO CL Probing the Physical Conditions in Star Forming Regions with ALMA