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The MPIA conference series
at Ringberg Castle
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at Ringberg Castle
EPoS 2020 List of registered persons
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High-Mass Cores2Disks Cores Magnetic
Turbulence Galactic Chemistry Cosmic Rays
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Scientists from 22 countries have registered.

No Name Affiliation Cou. Suggested Contribution
123 Sac Medina MPIfR DE Early phases of high-mass star formation with the GLOSTAR survey
122 Sergio Dzib MPIfR DE High angular resolution radio-astrometry to YSOs in the ONC core
121 Javier Ballesteros-Paredes IRyA-UNAM MX The tidal Jeans length
120 Rachel Friesen U Toronto CA The Green Bank Ammonia Survey: Probing the evolution of star-forming regions from filaments to cores
119 Aurore Bacmann IPAG FR Cosmic ray induced desorption in prestellar cores
118 Julien Montillaud UTINAM / UFC FR Multi-scale analysis of the Mon OB 1 star-forming region: towards a systemic view of giant molecular clouds
117 David Rebolledo JAO-NRAO CL Stellar feedback effect on star formation in the Carina Nebula
116 Kristina Monsch USM-LMU DE Dense Gas Kinematics and a Narrow Filament in the Orion A OMC1 Region Using NH3
115 Andre Oliva-Mercado U Tuebingen DE Modeling disk fragmentation in massive star formation
114 Valentin LeGouellec CEA/ESO CL Statistics on ALMA Dust Polarization Observations of Young Protostellar Cores
113 Jiayi Sun OSU US Demographics and Environment-dependence of Molecular Cloud Properties in Nearby Star-forming Galaxies
112 Hendrik Linz MPIA DE Episodic accretion in high-mass star formation: Masers as canary birds
111 Veena Shaji U Koeln DE Identifying Giant Molecular Filaments from SEDIGISM Survey
110 Lukasz Tychoniec Leiden U NL Constraining the initial solid reservoir for planet formation
109 Mehrnoosh Tahani DRAO NRC CA Bow-shaped magnetic morphology surrounding filamentary molecular clouds
108 Kedron Silsbee MPE DE Constraining Grain Growth and Cosmic Rays Using Gas and Dust Temperatures
107 Spandan Choudhury MPE DE First detection of temperature transition from cloud to cores and of a broad component towards cores
106 Michael Kueffmeier ZAH DE Linking zoom-in models of embedded protostar formation to observations of polarized dust
105 Hannah Calcutt Chalmers SE Exploring Class 0 protostars on au scales
104 Andri Spilker CTH SE Bird's-eye view of the local Galactic environment: Velocity Statistics
103 Troels Haugboelle NBI DK The origin of massive stars: the inertial-inflow model
102 Benoit Tabone Leiden U NL Is disk accretion driven by MHD disk winds?
101 Sandra Trevino Chalmers SE Dynamical view of the hub-filaments systems
100 Brian Svoboda NRAO US A systematic VLA+GBT survey fo the most massive 70μm dark clumps within 5 kpc
99 Aida Ahmadi Leiden Obs NL Kinematics and stability of high-mass protostellar disk candidates at subarcsecond resolution
98 Gwenllian Williams Herts UK ALMA gas dynamics reveal new Keplerian circumstellar disc candidate around MYSO
97 Diederik Kruijssen U Heidelberg DE Not all stars form in clusters: Gaia reveals how the dynamics of OB associations are inherited from the ISM
96 Anika Schmiedeke MPE DE Dynamics of narrow, super-critical filaments within a dense core
95 Rolf Kuiper IAAT, U Tuebingen DE Jets and outflows of massive protostars
94 Jan Orkisz Chalmers SE Tracing turbulence properties, volume densities and star formation
93 Paola Caselli MPE DE -
92 Elena Hoemann LMU DE Merging filaments: The origin of the "tuning-fork" structure
91 Jaime Pineda MPE DE Feeding a Protostar with 10,500 au Scale Streamers
90 Jouni Kainulainen Chalmers SE Results from the PROMISE survey: Do molecular cloud density distributions REALLY care about turbulence?
89 Thomas Troland U Kentucky US The Role of Magnetic Fields in the Earliest Stages of Star Formation
88 Michael Rugel MPIfR DE Radio recombination line observations in the GLOSTAR Galactic plane survey
87 Yueh-Ning Lee NTNU TW Link between the density/column density PDF and the stellar IMF
86 Joao Alves U Vienna AT The new Solar neighborhood: gas mass distribution and dynamics
85 Juergen Steinacker IPAG/MPIA FR -
84 Ashley Barnes AIfA DE Where are the commonly used "dense gas" molecular line tracers really emitting within star-forming regions?
83 Juan Soler MPIA DE Using Herschel and Planck observations to delineate the role of magnetic fields in molecular cloud structure
82 Gabor Herbst-Kiss U Vienna AT The Orion A 3D shape and dynamics: Testing external influences with simulations
81 Josefa Grossschedl U Vienna AT Orion A shape and dynamics with Gaia DR2: How 3D changes everything
80 Rainer Koehler NN DE Dynamical Masses of young visual binaries
79 David Navarro OAN ES The sulphur depletion problem in molecular clouds: the H2S case
78 Karolina Kubiak U Lisbon PT Probing the effects of environment on star and brown dwarf formation
77 Jonas Syed MPIA DE Giant Atomic Filaments in the Milky Way
76 Shih-Ping Lai NTHU TW ALMA Observations of Magnetic Field Structure in NGC1333 IRAS4A
75 Stefan Meingast U Vienna AT Stellar dynamics shed new light on early star formation demographics
74 Paul Rohde U Koeln DE Impact of episodic outflow feedback on the star formation efficiency and stellar multiplicity
73 Maria-Jose Maureira MPE DE Orbital constraints and mass determination of a young binary system
72 Jessy Jose IISER Tirupati IN Testing the role of external factors on the universal nature of Initial mass function
71 Alexander Howard U Cardiff UK Cutting Down Gould Belt Filaments
70 Abigail Frost KUL BE Unveiling the traits of massive young stellar objects (MYSOs) using a multi-scale analysis
69 Craig Yanitski U Koeln DE Modelling the clumpy PDR NGC 1977
68 Yichen Zhang RIKEN JP ALMA View of the Innermost Regions of Massive Star Formation
67 Hao-Yuan Duan NTHU TW Modeling the First Hydrostatic Core Candidates Barnard 1b-N and 1b-S
66 Sheng-Jun Lin NTHU TW Physical and chemical modeling of a starless core: L1512
65 Yuki Okoda U Tokyo JP Chemical and physical structures around the very low mass protostellar source IRAS 15398-3359
64 Yoko Oya U Tokyo JP Temperature Structure of the Pipe Nebula Studied by the Intensity Anomaly of the OH 18 cm
63 Ralph Pudritz McMaster U CA Simulating MHD and Radiative Feedback Effects in Massive Star Cluster Formation
62 Duo Xu UT Austin US Properties of Feedback-Driven Bubbles in Nearby Molecular Clouds
61 Dominique Segura-Cox MPE DE An Envelope Streamer Feeding a Ringed Disk in the Class I Protostellar Phase
60 David Guszejnov UT Austin US Simulating Giant Molecular Clouds with individual star formation
59 Mike Grudic CIERA US Simulating star-forming GMCs with modern meshless MHD methods
58 Giovanni Sabatini INAF-IRA-ItARC & DiFA-UniBo IT CO-depletion within IRDC: the case study of G351.77-0.51
57 Alejandro Santamaria-Miranda ESO CL The bipolar molecular outflow of the very low mass star Par-Lup3-4: Evidence for scaled down low-mass star formation
56 Adam Ginsburg U Florida US Pre-stellar mass functions across the Galaxy
55 Tatiana Rodriguez NMT US A highly collimated flow from a high-mass protostar
54 Manuel Riener MPIA DE The detailed velocity structure and distribution of CO emission in the Galactic plane
53 Brandt Gaches U Koeln DE The Astrochemical Impact of Cosmic Rays in Protostellar Clusters
52 Raphael Mignon-Risse AIM/CEA Saclay FR Massive star formation with a new hybrid radiative transfer method
51 Giuliana Cosentino Chalmers SE Widespread SiO emission in Infrared Dark Clouds as a probe of cloud-cloud collisions and other shock interactions
50 Jyotirmoy Dey IIST IN Gas dynamics in the star forming region G18.148-0.283
49 Tien-Hao Hsieh ASIAA TW Chronology of Episodic Accretion in Protostars - an ALMA survey of the CO and H2O snow lines
48 Suemeyye Suri MPIA DE Filaments
47 Travis Thieme NTHU TW Searching for Accretion Flows around Class 0 Protostars with ALMA
46 Melanie Chevance ARI/ZAH DE The lifecycle of molecular clouds in nearby star-forming disc galaxies
45 Alberto Sanna INAF IT Physical conditions, kinematics and magnetic field in the accretion disk of a massive star
44 Eric Keto Harvard U US A Turbulent-Entropic Instability and the Fragmentation of Star-Forming Clouds
43 Ian Stephens CfA US Constraining Star Formation with the MASSES Survey
42 Rajika Kuruwita NBI DK Simulating accretion and evolution during binary star formation
41 Namitha Issac IIST IN Initial phases of high-mass star formation: A multiwavelength study towards the extended green object G12.42+0.50
40 Jonathan Henshaw MPIA DE Ubiquitous velocity fluctuations throughout the molecular interstellar medium
39 Seamus Clarke U Koeln DE From filaments to cores: hierarchical fragmentation and sub-filaments
38 Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni IRyA/UNAM MX Sequential onset of collapse at different scales in hierarchically collapsing molecular clouds. Implications for fragmentation studies.
37 Mika Juvela U Helsinki FI Cores
36 Thomas Bisbas U Koeln DE A new tool to estimate the atomic and molecular ISM content using probability distributions
35 Elena Nikoghosyan BAO AM Infrared study of a star-forming region associated with UC HII G45.07+0.13 and G45.12+0.13 regions
34 Richard Crutcher U Illinois US ALMA Mapping of Magnetic Fields: the Molecular Cloud G10.6-0.4
33 Daniel Seifried U Koeln DE What can we learn from synthetic polarisation observations? Insights into the dynamics and dust properties of molecular clouds
32 Yao-Lun Yang RIKEN/UVa US Constraining the Infalling Envelope Models of Embedded Protostars: BHR 71 and its Hot Corino
31 Alison Young U Leicester UK Observational diagnostics of the first hydrostatic core
30 Asmita Bhandare MPIA DE Zooming in on star and disk formation
29 Stefan Heigl USM/LMU DE Beating the "Edge Effect" by gas accretion onto filaments
28 Mathilde Gaudel LERMA FR Angular momentum properties of young protostellar envelopes
27 Bastian Koertgen HS DE The magnetized interstellar medium: From large galactic to molecular cloud scales
26 Yuan Wang MPIA DE Cloud formation in the atomic and molecular phase: HI self absorption (HISA) towards a Giant Molecular Filament
25 Omnarayani Nayak STScI US H72.97-69.39: Super Star Cluster Candidate in the LMC
24 Ugo Lebreuilly CRAL FR Dust dynamics from molecular clouds to protoplanetary disks
23 Che-Yu Chen UVA US Investigating the Complex Velocity Structures within Dense Cores
22 Tao-Chung Ching NAOC CN Slow magnetic dissipation in quiescent dark cores revealed by the HINSA Zeeman observations
21 Susan Terebey CalStateLA US Modeling the Disk-Envelope Boundary Around the Protostar L1527
20 Alessio Traficante IAPS-INAF IT Multi-scale dynamics in star-forming regions: the interplay between gravity and turbulence
19 Peter Schilke UCo DE High accretion rates in a high-mass star-forming cluster
18 Siyao Xu UW-Madison US Turbulent dynamo in a weakly ionized medium
17 Doug Johnstone NRC-Herzberg CA The Dynamic Evolution of Protostars on Few Year Timescales
16 Hans Zinnecker UAutonoma de Chile CL Initial conditions for the origin of dense super star clusters
15 Andreas Burkert UMS+MPE DE Dynamics of the gaseous backbones of galaxies
14 Dana Alina NU KZ On the relative orientation between magnetic fields and matter structures in star forming filaments
13 Andrew Winter UoL UK Protoplanetary discs as probes of star formation: the Orion Nebula Cluster
12 Ralf Klessen U Heidelberg DE Insights from Dynamics
11 Alex Lazarian UW-Madison US Studying Magnetic Fields and Dynamics of Star formation with Velocity Gradients
10 Sergio Molinari INAF IT Galactic dynamics affecting early star formation
9 Timo Prusti ESTEC NL GAIA
8 Marco Padovani INAF IT Cosmic Rays
7 Thomas Henning MPIA DE -
6 Zhi-Yun Li UVirgina US Cores2Disks Dynamics
5 Blakesley Burkhart FCCA US Turbulence
4 Mario Tafalla OAN ES Molecular Clouds
3 Henrik Beuther MPIA DE High-mass star formation
2 Jes Jorgenson NBI DK Chemistry
1 Chat Hull NAOJ Chile CL Magnetic Fields