The Early Phase of Star Formation
The MPIA conference series at Ringberg Castle, Germany
                 
EPoS 2012 Registered Persons
(a few of the registration data were lost unfortunately)

No Name Suggested Contribution
129 John Tobin Protostellar Envelopes
128 Hans Zinnecker Do all massive stars form in clusters?
127 Anthony Whitworth Mapping the Core Mass Function (CMF) into the Stellar IMF
126 Mykola Malygin Frequency dependent opacity in the dust-free inner region of a circumstellar disk
125 Alyssa Goodman Molecular Clouds Under Pressure
124 Frederique Motte Linking the formation of molecular clouds and high-mass stars: the W43 case study
123 Hendrik Linz The onset of star formation in IRDCs: From embedded Herschel point sources to
122 Martin Hennemann Cloud structure and (high-mass) star formation rate: HOBYS Herschel observations of massive ridges, their feeding subfilaments, and the evolution of massive dense cores
121 Will Fischer HOPS: Testing the Low-Mass Star Formation Paradigm in the Orion Molecular Clouds
120 Jens Kauffmann The Density Structure of Clouds: Large Samples, Star Formation Thresholds, and Theoretical Models
119 Troels Haugboelle Large scale modeling of the ISM and the origin of stellar masses
118 Jouni Kainulainen Column density probability distributions as probes of atomic and molecular gas in the star-forming ISM.
117 Tatiana Vasyunina Chemical composition and chemical processes in IRDCs
116 R. Chen Formation of Molecular Clouds under Tidal Influence -- the Case of Magellanic Bridge
115 Anaelle Maury First results from CaLYPSO: the IRAM Plateau de Bure Large Program on Class 0 protostars. A dive into the small-scale physics and chemistry of young envelopes, disks and outflows.
114 Thomas Troland The Role of Magnetic Fields in Galactic GMCs
113 Cara Battersby The Kinematics of Filaments and Their Role in High-Mass Star Formation
112 Annie Hughes Giant Molecular Clouds and Star Formation in M51
111 Jan Forbrich Star formation rates from Galactic molecular clouds to galaxies
110 Carlos Contreras Extreme Variables in Star Forming Regions
109 Paolo Padoan The Star Formation Rate of Molecular Clouds
108 Anika Schmiedeke Confronting theory with observation: The case of NGC6334I
107 Mihkel Kama The strange complexity of the protostar OMC-2 FIR 4 as revealed by Herschel/HIFI
106 Manuel Zamora-Aviles An Evolutionary Model for the Star Formation Efficiency in Gravitationally Collapsing Molecular Clouds.
105 Andrea Bracco Observing the magnetic field structure in the ISM with Planck
104 Elise Servajean Characteristics of two very young massive star forming regions
103 Jaime Pineda The Barnard 5 Star-forming Core: Embedded Filaments Revealed
102 Kazunari Iwasaki Gravitational Fragmentation of Expanding Shells
101 Simon Glover Is molecular gas necessary for star formation?
100 Sarah Ragan From clouds to cores: kinematics in infrared-dark clouds
99 Paul Clark The origin of the characteristic mass for star formation
98 Genevieve Parmentier The Massive Star Formation Limit in the Mass-Size Space of Molecular Structures
97 ClaudiaV. Rodrigues Interstellar magnetic field around giant protostellar jets
96 Rahul Shetty Understading the X factor with MHD and radiative transfer simulations
95 Naomi Hirano Two extremely young protostars in Barnard 1
94 Jong-Ho Shinn [Fe II] 1.64 um imaging observations of Jets and Outflows from Young Stellar Objects in the Carina Nebula
93 Daiki Shibata Extracting the Effect of Low-Mass Star Formation on Deuterium Fractionation
92 Megan Reiter Studying Intermediate Mass Star Formation in the Carina Nebula with HH Jets
91 Brandon Kelly What is the relation between the dust properties and temperature in molecular clouds?
90 Nathan Smith Feedback-driven star formation in the Carina Nebula
89 Michael Lundquist A Galactic Sample of Intermediate-Mass Star-Forming Regions: Bridging the High- and Low-mass Regimes
88 Matthias Gritschneder Feedback and Triggered Star Formation - From the Pillars of Creation to the Formation of the Solar System
87 Jong-Ho Shinn [Fe II] 1.64 um imaging observations of Jets and Outflows from Young Stellar Objects in the Carina Nebula
86 Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni Is the observed Galactic star formation rate compatible with gravitationally collapsing molecular clouds?
85 Hua-bai Li The Link between Magnetic Fields, Filamentary Clouds and Star Formation Efficiency
84 Helen Kirk Filamentary Flows in the Serpens South Protocluster
83 Leslie Looney Changing the Paradigm for the Inner Envelope of Class 0 Protostars
82 Randolf Klein Early Phases of Massive Star Formation in GLIMPSE and MIPSGAL
81 Eve Lee The Role of Large Scale Gravity and Turbulence in Star Formation
80 Wolfram Schmidt Support against gravity in magnetoturbulent gas
79 Michael Alexander Is there an energy threshold for triggered star formation?
78 Alexei Kritsuk Understanding the Formation and Structure of Molecular Clouds
77 Amelia Stutz A new population of protostars discovered by Herschel
76 Christopher Beaumont Identifying Molecular Cloud Structures in Projected Data: What is Real, and What Isn't?
75 Audrey Coutens Deuterated water in low-mass protostars
74 Shih-Ping Lai Discovery of Toroidal Magnetic Fields around Protostars in NGC1333 IRAS 4A from Dust Polarization Measurements
73 Che-Yu Chen Ambipolar Diffusion and Prestellar Core Formation
72 Morten Andersen A star cluster in its early stages
71 Katharine Johnston The interplay between molecular and ionized gas surrounding the massive embedded star AFGL 2591
70 Thomas Robitaille A new grid of model spectral energy distributions for young stellar objects
69 Turlough Downes Multifluid magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in molecular clouds
68 RowanJ. Smith Collapsing Cores in Filaments and Massive Star Forming Regions
67 Robertas Aluzas Numerical simulations of multiple clouds interacting with a shock
66 Eduard Vorobyov Implications of the protostellar disk fragmentation
65 Susanne Pfalzner Formation of leaky clusters and OB associations
64 Natalia Kudryavtseva Instantaneous starburst of the massive clusters Westerlund 1 and NGC 3603 YC
63 Jayanta Dutta Angular Momentum Transport in Primordial Star Formation
62 Richard Crutcher CARMA Studies of Magnetic Fields in Dense Molecular Clouds
61 Malcolm Walmsley Interpreting the "infall profile"
60 Benoit Commerçon Collapse of massive magnetized dense cores using radiation magnetohydrodynamics: early fragmentation inhibition
59 Roberto Galvan-Madrid The Structure of Accretion Flows in the Formation of Very Massive Stars
58 Tracey Hill Filaments, ridges and a mini-starburst - HOBYS’ view of high mass star formation with
57 Jeremy Tige Starformation in NGC 6334 with Herschel datas
56 Florent Renaud Star formation and feedback: a subparsec-resolution simulation of the Milky-Way
55 Joana Ascenso Star formation in giant complexes: The Cat's Paw Nebula
54 Kohji Tomisaka Expected Observations of Star Formation Process: from Molecular Cloud Core to First Hydrostatic Core
53 Adam Ginsburg Surveying Pre-Stellar Gas in the Galactic Plane with Bolocam and Herschel
52 Maria delValle The origin of the non-thermal emission in the jets of the massive protostar HH 80-81
51 Rolf Kuiper Feedback in Massive Star Formation - On the effects of radiation pressure, stellar winds, and ionization on disk accretion, outflow launching, mass loss, and the upper mass limit of stars
50 Eric Keto Simplified oxygen-carbon chemistry in cold starless cores
49 Alvaro Hacar Formation of dense cores in Taurus by fragmentation of velocity-coherent filaments
48 Daniel Seifried Disk formation in turbulent cores: Circumventing the magnetic braking catastrophe
47 Kenji Furuya Molecular Evolutions in the First Hydrostatic Core Stage Adapting Three-Dimensional Radiation Hydrodynamics Simulations
46 Hsin-Fang Chiang Interferometric Observations and Modeling of the Envelope around Class 0 Protostars
45 Nami Sakai Chemical Diversity and its Evolution from Class 0 to Class I
44 Fumitaka Nakamura A Burst of Molecular Outflows From the Serpens South Protocluster
43 Richard Klein The Coupled Effects of Protostellar Outflows and Radiation Feedback on the Formation of Massive Stars
42 Wen-hsin Hsu Missing Massive Stars: Statistically-significant Density Dependence of the IMF
41 Thomas Henning NO
40 Zsofia Nagy Extended warm and dense gas towards W49A: starburst conditions in our Galaxy?
39 Michael Dunham Protostellar Luminosities and Accretion
38 Chris McKee The Protostellar Luminosity Function: Theory and Simulation
37 Rainer Mauersberger ALMA Commissioning and Science Verification and Early Science
36 Joao Alves Short Review: Molecular Cloud Cores - Life and Collapse: Observations
35 Kengo Tomida Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Protostellar Core Formation
34 Jochen Tackenberg Starless clumps and the influence of near-by high-mass star formation
33 Konstantin Getman The Chandra View of Triggered Star Formation in Bright Rimmed Clouds
32 Andy Pon Molecular Tracers of Turbulent Shocks in Molecular Clouds
31 Phil Myers Ages and birthrates of young clusters
30 Konstantinos Tassis Molecular Chemistry as a Probe of Pre-Stellar Core Dynamics: An Unprecedented Exploration of Models
29 Uday Rajput Velocity barrier of matter and antimatter in early universe
28 Jonathan Carroll-Nellenback Comparing different molecular cloud formation mechanisms and subsequent evolution.
27 Chang Lee Internal motions in starless dense cores
26 Paul Goldsmith Molecular Clouds: Overview of their Structure and Evolution
25 Satoshi Yamamoto Chemical diagnostics of the early phase of star formation
24 Yaroslav Pavlyuchenkov Stochastic grain heating and mid-infrared emission in protostellar cores
23 Guang-Xing Li Molecular Outflow as an Entrainment Phenomenon
22 Fabian Heitsch The Role of Filaments for Core Formation
21 Diederik Kruijssen The fraction of star formation occurring in bound stellar clusters
20 Thomas Gerner Mapping the chemistry of the interstellar medium
19 Clare Dobbs Unbound molecular clouds and their evolution
18 Alex Lazarian Reconnection Diffusion: Fast Removal of Magnetic Field during Star Formation
17 Gustavo Dopcke Fragmentation of star-forming clouds at very low metallicities
16 Peter Hofner Jets from Massive Protostars
15 Simon Bihr Temperature, kinematics and turbulence of infrared dark clouds (IRDCs) at high spatial resolution
14 Sami Dib Feedback Regulated Star Formation
13 Sally Oey The Salpeter Slope of the IMF Explained
12 Mark Krumholz Star Formation Feedback: The Good, the Bad, and the Confusing
11 Evangelia Ntormousi Formation of filaments from colliding supershells
10 Dimitrios Gouliermis The hierarchical nature of star formation
9 Ewine vanDishoeck Water: from cores to disks
8 Al Wootten Time-Resolved AU-Scale Outflow Trajectories Traced by Masers in the IRAS16293-2422 Core
7 Eli Bressert What the Spatial Distribution of Massive Stars tells us about Star Formation and the IMF
6 Zhi-Yun Li Why is it difficult to form rotationally supported disks during the protostellar collapse of magnetized dense cores?
5 Steven Longmore HOPS + MALT90 + Hi-GAL: Probing star formation on a Galactic scale through mm molecular line and far-IR continuum Galactic plane surveys
4 Andreas Burkert Self-regulated star formation in galaxy and the evolution of the molecular web
3 Aake Nordlund Star Formation and Chemical Yields in Giant Molecular Clouds
2 Thomas Haworth Radiation hydrodynamics of triggered star formation: the effect of the diffuse field
1 Henrik Beuther Massive Star Formation
The EPoS way: Large group, small room, remote location. Consider all aspects. Short talks, intense discussions.