The Early Phase of Star Formation
The MPIA conference series at Ringberg Castle, Germany
EPoS 2014 Download
Hector Arce Protostellar Outflows and their Effect on Star Formation, from Disk to Cloud Scales
Shantanu Basu Magnetic Fields from Cloud Fragmentation to Disks
Edith Falgarone Turbulence
Frederique Motte From filamentary clouds to fibers feeding individual cores: how do filaments impact cloud and star formation?
Nicolas Peretto The importance of cloud fragmentation and gas dynamics for the formation of massive stars
Mario Tafalla Dense cores: from their internal structure to their connection with the surrounding cloud
Joao Alves Conference Summary
Christian Fendt Jet launching: MHD simulations of the accretion-ejection structure
Katharine Johnston The structure and star-forming fate of the Galactic centre cloud G0.253+0.016
Rolf Kuiper Quantifying the feedback effects of protostellar outflows and radiation pressure in massive star formation
Viviana Rosero Deep Radio Continuum Observations of Massive Protostars: A Search for Jets
Sarah Sadavoy Evidence of Feedback? Class 0 Protostellar Fraction and Environment in the Perseus Molecular Cloud
Kohji Tomisaka Magnetohydrostatic Equilibrium Structure and Mass of Filamentary Isothermal Cloud Threaded by Lateral Magnetic Field
Adam Ginsburg Feeding a Massive Cluster along Filaments in W51
Jennifer Hatchell First JCMT Gould Belt Survey results on multiple systems
Chat Hull From clouds to cores to envelopes to disks: a multi-scale view of magnetized star formation
Alexei Kritsuk Interstellar Turbulence, Molecular Clouds and Star Formation
Di Li Physical and Chemical Properties of Massive Quiescent Cores in Orion
Adele Plunkett Outflows and clustered star formation on scales of cores to clouds
Ke Wang Fragmentation at the Earliest Phase of Massive Star Formation
The EPoS way: Large group, small room, remote location. Consider all aspects. Short talks, intense discussions.