The Early Phase of Star Formation
The MPIA conference series at Ringberg Castle, Germany
EPoS 2014 Registered Persons

No Name Co Suggested Contribution
130 Eugenio Schisano US Morphology, physical conditions and relation with star formation of filamentary structure
129 Michael Kueffmeier DK Magnetic Field Effects in Protoplanetary Disks from a Global Perspective
128 Liubin Pan US The role of turbulence for dust growth in protostellar cores and disks
127 Nadia Murillo DE VLA1623A: the big Keplerian disk of a young Class 0 source
126 Diederik Kruijssen DE An Uncertainty Principle for Star Formation - Putting direct constraints on the physics of cloud evolution, star formation and feedback
125 Sarolta Zahorecz DE Cold cloud cores and young stellar objects in the Herschel Galactic Cold Cores project
124 Ana Lopez-Sepulcre FR Formamide (NH2CHO) in star forming regions: a crucial precursor of prebiotic material
123 Troels Haugboelle DK Turbulent fragmentation and the stellar IMF
122 Rachel Friesen CA First ALMA views of H2D+ and small-scale structure toward clustered star-forming cores
121 Matthias Gritschneder DE The Fate of Ionization Triggered Stars
120 Manuel Zamora-Aviles MX Molecular Cloud evolution: Regulation of the Star Formation Rate by feedback from massive stars
119 Rolf Kuiper DE Quantifying the feedback effects of protostellar outflows and radiation pressure in massive star formation
118 Hans Zinnecker US SOFIA Star Formation Highlights beyond Spitzer and Herschel
117 Marcella Veneziani US Star Formation at the tips of the Galactic Bar with Herschel/Hi-GAL
116 Linda Podio IT High-J CN lines: a powerful probe of the gas in embedded disks
115 Tatiana Vasyunina DE Chemical variations in Infrared Dark Clouds: from starless cores to hot core candidates
114 Vlas Sokolov TW Probing evolutionary stages of infrared dark cloud cores with deuterium fractionation
113 Sarah Sadavoy DE Evidence of Feedback? Class 0 Protostellar Fraction and Environment in the Perseus Molecular Cloud
112 Jean-Philippe Bernard FR The All-Sky Thermal Dust Polarization as Observed with Planck
111 Katharina Immer DE Chemical Evolution in the High-Mass Star Forming Complex W33
110 Thomas Robitaille DE Characterizing the hierarchical structure of molecular clouds with dendrograms
109 Nichol Cunningham UK What is Driving the Outflows in Massive Star Forming Regions?
108 Daniel Harsono NL Molecular lines view of disk formation
107 Jan Forbrich AT Leaving the neighborhood: the connection between the structure and the star formation rate of giant molecular clouds in the nearby spiral galaxy NGC 300
106 Thomas Gerner DE The evolution of deuterated molecules in high-mass star formation
105 Paul Clark DE The carbon chemistry of GMCs and their surroundings
104 Sergio Molinari IT Large-scale mapping of Star Formation Rate and Efficiency in the Milky Way
103 Annie Hughes DE Giant molecular cloud properties are influenced by galactic environment
102 Stefano Pezzuto IT Herschel observations of two candidates First Hydrostatic Cores in Perseus
101 Thomas Troland US Magnetic fields in the Orion Veil - Precursors or products of massive star formation?
100 Sibylle Anderl FR Shocks in dense clouds - The effect of grain-grain processing on SiO emission
99 Jaime Pineda CH Turbulence dissipation and fragmentation in an isothermal filament: initial conditions for star formation
98 Jeremy Tige FR Massive Dense Cores in Molecular Clouds
97 Thomas Stanke GE Connecting Environment with Protostars with the Herschel Orion Protostar Survey
96 Sebastien Maret FR First results from the CALYPSO IRAM-PdBI survey: a high-angular-resolution study of the NGC1333-IRAS2A Class 0 protostar
95 Adele Plunkett US Outflows and clustered star formation on scales of cores to clouds
94 Joao Alves AT Conference summary
93 Jenny Hatchell UK First JCMT Gould Belt Survey results on multiple systems
92 Eric Keto US The formation of filaments by reconnection in magnetized sheets
91 Turlough Downes IE The magnetorotational instability in weakly ionised protoplanetary disks
90 Jouni Kainulainen DE Unfolding the Laws of Star Formation: The Density Distribution of Molecular Clouds
89 Nickolas Moeckel DE The formation of filamentary bundles in turbulent molecular clouds
88 Susanne Wampfler DK Nitrogen isotope fractionation in Class 0 protostars
87 Michael Butler CH Structure and Dynamics of Filaments and Clumps in Giant Molecular Clouds
86 Cinthya Herrera JP Early stages of massive star cluster formation
85 Fanie van den Heever SA Periodic methanol masers and colliding-wind binaries
84 Leonardo Testi DE Tracing grain growth from clouds to cores and disks
83 Georgia Panopoulou GR A search for 13CO filaments in the Taurus molecular cloud
82 Konstantinos Tassis GR Mapping the Magnetic Field in the Polaris Flare Cloud with RoboPol
81 Katharine Johnston DE The structure and star-forming fate of the Galactic centre cloud G0.253+0.016
80 Anaelle Maury FR Shedding light on the initial conditions for the formation of disks and multiple systems: statistical results on Class 0 protostars properties from the CALYPSO Large program
79 Valeska Valdivia FR Impact of UV shielding and chemistry on the clump formation within molecular clouds
78 Audrey Coutens DK Water deuteration in star-forming regions
77 Nick Wright UK Tracing the Origins of Star Clusters through their Structure and Dynamics
76 Alvaro Hacar AU Quiescent fibers in the NGC1333 proto-cluster
75 Rowan Smith DE Exploring the filamentary initial conditions of star formation using AREPO
74 Esteban Morales DE Towards a hierarchical multi-wavelength catalog of Galactic young stellar objects
73 Guang-Xing Li DE G-virial: Quantifying Gravity in Molecular Clouds
72 Vivien Chen TW Disk Accretion around the Massive Protostar IRAS 20126+4104
71 Dmitri Wiebe RU Dust and PAH evolution in HII regions
70 Emily Drabek-Maunder UK Investigating outflow and cloud energetics in Ophiuchus and other GBS clouds
69 Karim Salehi RU The essential steps in Star formation
68 Yoko Oya JP High Spatial Resolution Observation of the Low-Mass Protostar IRAS 15398-3359: A Growing Protostar with Very Low Mass?
67 Yang Gao CN On protostellar mass accretion rate in star formation
66 Ke Wang DE Fragmentation at the Earliest Phase of Massive Star Formation
65 Chris Geroux UK The effect of accretion on stellar structures: Multi-dimensional time-implicit hydrodynamical simulations
64 Christine Koepferl DE The Star-formation Rate of the Central Molecular Zone determined from Young Stellar Objects
63 Soren Frimann DK Bridging the gap between large-scale simulations and observations of star forming cores
62 Jorge Abreu-Vicente DE Density structure as diagnostic of the molecular cloud evolutionary stage
61 Bhargav Vaidya UK Extremely High Velocity (EHV) SiO components in young molecular outflows : A numerical perspective
60 Timea Csengeri DE The ATLASGAL survey: pinning down the earliest stages of high-mass star-formation
59 Carla Natario UK The role of filaments in star formation
58 Huixian Li CN Feedback of outflows and shells in the Taurus Molecular Cloud
57 Di Li CN Physical and Chemical Properties of Massive Quiescent Cores in Orion
56 Serena Kim US Young Stellar Population in the W3: AFGL333, W3 south, and a cometary BRC
55 Yuan Wang CH Different evolutionary stages of Massive star formation
54 Daniel Seifried DE Anisotropic and episodic accretion onto protostellar disks
53 Jong-Ho Shinn KR "Footprint" outflow features around ultracompact H II regions imaged in [Fe II] 1.644 um
52 Kengo Tomida US Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Protostellar Collapse: Low-Metallicity Environments
51 Richard Klein US Multi-Physics Feedback Zoom-in Simulations with Realistic Initial Conditions of the Formation of Star Clusters: From Large Scale Magnetized Clouds to Turbulent Clumps to Cores to Stars
50 Marco Tazzari DE Constraining dust size and disc properties with ALMA and EVLA observations
49 Bastian Koertgen DE Formation of Molecular Clouds by Obliquely Colliding Flows
48 Christian Fendt DE Jet launching: MHD simulations of the accretion-ejection structure
47 Johan van der Walt SA Periodic masers associated with high mass star forming regions
46 Josep Girart ES Magnetic Fields and Massive Star Formation
45 Igor Zinchenko RU Molecules, dust and ionized gas in high mass star forming regions on various scales
44 Thomas Haworth UK Assessing approximations in models of radiative feedback
43 Steve Mairs CA Synthetic Observations of the Evolution of Starless Cores in a Molecular Cloud Simulation: Comparisons with JCMT Data and Predictions for ALMA
42 Dick Crutcher US Magnetic Fields and Star Formation - Recent CARMA Observations
41 Nicole Bailey UK Non-Ideal Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of the Two-Stage Fragmentation Model for Cluster Formation
40 Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni MX Hierarchical Gravitational Fragmentation
39 Nami Sakai JP A Drastic Chemical Change in Protostellar Disk Formation
38 Russell Shipman NL Water in the Earliest Phases of High Mass Star Formation
37 Izaskun Jimenez-Serra DE The search of pre-biotic molecules in young Solar-type systems
36 Cara Battersby US Accretion onto a Massive Star-Forming Filament
35 Peter Barnes US From large to small scales: The physical state of clouds from GMCs to clumps
34 Anna McLeod DE Feedback of massive star formation: from simulations to observations
33 Archana Soam IN Magnetic Fields in Bright-rimmed Clouds and Cometary Globules traced using R-band polarization observations
32 Michael Dunham US New Constraints on Protostellar Multiplicity and Disk Formation
31 Viviana Rosero US Deep Radio Continuum Observations of Massive Protostars: A Search for Jets
30 Kohji Tomisaka JP Magnetohydrostatic Equilibrium Structure and Mass of Filamentary Isothermal Cloud Threaded by Lateral Magnetic Field
29 Che-Yu Chen US Formation of Magnetized Prestellar Cores with Ambipolar Diffusion and Turbulence
28 Chat Hull US From clouds to cores to envelopes to disks: a multi-scale view of magnetized star formation
27 Sarah Ragan DE Core kinematics in infrared-dark clouds
26 Markus Nielbock DE Star Formation in the Norma Cloud
25 Kshitiz Mallick IN Star Formation in HII region
24 Siyi Feng DE Chemical substructure of high-mass star-forming regions
23 Simon Bihr DE W43 - How much neutral atomic hydrogen is hidden?
22 Thomas Henning DE Large filaments in the Milky Way galaxy
21 Nicolas Peretto UK Massive Star Formation and Feedback
20 Frederique Motte FR Filaments
19 Clare Dobbs UK Molecular Clouds
18 Hector Arce US Protostellar Outflows
17 Edith Falgarone FR Turbulence
16 Edwin Bergin US Chemical Evolution and Star Formation
15 Mario Tafalla ES Dense cores: from their internal structure to their connection with the surrounding cloud
14 Alexei Kritsuk US Interstellar Turbulence, Molecular Clouds and Star Formation
13 Adam Ginsburg DE Feeding a Massive Cluster along Filaments in W51
12 Susanne Pfalzner DE Gas expulsion phase as key to early phase of massive star formation
11 Jes Jorgensen DK Protostellar evolution from cores to disks
10 Shantanu Basu CA Magnetic Fields in the Early Phase of Star Formation
9 Henrik Beuther DE The carbon budget and formation signatures of molecular clouds
8 Paolo Padoan ES SN-driven turbulence and GMC properties
7 Andi Burkert DE Molecular cloud evolution and star formation in gravitationally unstable disk galaxies
6 Juergen Steinacker FR The memory of dust: exploring the core environment history with coreshine
5 Zhi-Yun Li US Protostellar Disk Formation in Magnetized Cloud Cores Enabled by Turbulence-Induced Pseudodisk Warping
4 Aurore Bacmann FR Complex Organic Molecule formation: grain surface of gas-phase chemistry?
3 Aake Nordlund DK Zooming in on Star Formation
2 Rene Plume CA Results from the HEXOS Full Band Spectral Survey of Orion South
1 Hendrik Linz DE FIR lines from Herschel cores: state of the molecular and atomic gas
The EPoS way: Large group, small room, remote location. Consider all aspects. Short talks, intense discussions.