The Early Phase of Star Formation
The MPIA conference series at Ringberg Castle, Germany
EPoS 2016 Registered Persons

Session preference
Cluster 20
Filaments 17
Clouds 14
Cores 14
Chemistry 12
Disks 9
Turbulence 7
Low to
Galactic 4
Fragmentation 3

No Name Co. Suggested Contribution
157 Alexei Kritsuk US Spectral energy density of interstellar turbulence
156 Hendrik Linz DE Painting better pictures of early massive SF in the aftermath of Herschel
155 Sami Dib DK The Milky Way stellar clusters are not born equal
154 Basmah Riaz DE Registration cancelled
153 David Collins US Time and Magnetic Field Evolution of Filaments in AMR simulations
152 Johanna Malinen US Matching dust emission structures and magnetic field in high-latitude cloud L1642: comparing Herschel and Planck maps
151 Benny Tsang US Radiation Hydrodynamics of Super Star Cluster Nuclei
150 Josefa Grossschedl AT The Star Formation Rate and Efficiency map for Orion A
149 Philippe Andre FR The role of interstellar filaments in regulating the star formation efficiency in dense gas
148 Diederik Kruijssen DE The physics setting the molecular cloud lifetime
147 Bilal Ladjelate FR Low-mass star-formation in the Ophiuchus Main Cloud
146 Joao Alves AT The Ophiuchus complex and the role of feedback
145 Andrea Bracco FR The structure of the Galactic magnetic field in the diffuse ISM with Planck
144 Johan Lindberg US External effects on the chemistry of protostellar envelopes
143 Birgit Hasenberger AT Gas Absorption and Dust Extinction towards the Orion Nebula Cluster
142 Helen Kirk CA Dense Core Mass Segregation in Orion A and B
141 Vlas Sokolov DE Unraveling complex kinematics of a giant stellar nursery
140 Eugenio Schisano IT Wispy features in the Milky Way: a global view of filamentary structures in the Galactic Plane
139 Claudia Cyganowski GB Simultaneous low- and high-mass star formation in massive protoclusters: ALMA results
138 Dmitri Wiebe RU Organic dust in HII regions
137 Jan Forbrich AT The Orion Radio All-Stars: new perspectives in stellar radio astronomy
136 Silvia Leurini DE Methanol in the inner 100 AU of the pristine jet/disk HH212 protostellar system
135 Eric Keto US Comparing Accretion in Low and High Mass Star Formation
134 Romas Smilgys GB Formation of stellar clusters in Galactic flows
133 Katharina Immer DE Testing the N2H+/CS abundance ratio as a chemical clock in the star-forming complex W33
132 Anna Punanova DE Deuterium fraction and kinematics in low mass star forming regions: environmental effects
131 Ana Chacon-Tanarro DE Observational studies of pre-stellar cores and dust evolution just before star formation
130 Jaime Pineda DE On the fragmentation of filaments and the origin of wide separation multiples
129 Stefan Meingast AT VISION - Vienna survey in Orion
128 Juan Ibanez-Mejia DE Gravity vs Supernova and the origin of the velocity dispersion in giant molecular clouds
127 Vera Koenyves FR A census and properties of dense cores and filaments in the Aquila and Orion B cloud complexes
126 Michael Rugel DE Physical properties of transition regions between atomic and molecular gas in the interstellar medium with the THOR survey
125 Camilo Penaloza GB Uncovering the physical layers of GMCs through CO emission
124 Eric Pellegrini DE The early phases of massive stellar feedback: confronting observations radiation pressure, winds and SNe with radiative MHD simulations
123 Anaelle Maury FR Is disk formation a simple result of angular momentum conservation during the main accretion phase? Constraints from CALYPSO observations of Class 0 protostars
122 Vianney Taquet NL Formation and recondensation of complex organic molecules during protostellar luminosity outbursts
121 Oliver Lomax GB Prestellar cores and protostellar multiple systems
120 Peter Barnes US Demographics of Molecular Cloud Evolution
119 Jonathan Henshaw GB The dynamical properties of dense filaments in the infrared dark cloud G035.39-00.33
118 Doris Arzoumanian FR The observed properties of a filament system in Orion B
117 Emily Drabek-Maunder GB Understanding the influence of outflows on Gould Belt clouds
116 Matthias Gonzalez FR Simulations of massive magnetized dense core collapse
115 Maria-Claudia Ramirez-Tannus NL Massive pre-main sequence stars in M17
114 Magnus Persson NL A complete picture of water deuteration in deeply-embedded low-mass protostars
113 Sarah Jaffa GB Q+: a new method for quantifying structure in young clusters
112 Nimisha Kumari GB Effect of diffuse background in spatially-resolved star-formation studies
111 Rolf Kuiper DE Multi-Physics of Feedback in Massive Star Formation
110 Juan-Diego Soler FR The magnetic field morphology in nearby molecular clouds
109 Seamus Clarke GB Perturbation growth in accreting filaments
108 Nathaniel-Dylan Kee DE Line-Driven Ablation of Massive Star Forming Accretion Disks
107 Enrique Garcia-Garcia FR Prestellar core's chemistry: Modelling of the methanol emission in the prestelar core L1689B
106 Masato Kobayashi JP Time Evolution of Giant Molecular Cloud Mass Function
105 Anders Koelligan DE Jets and Outflows from Massive Protostars
104 Alessio Traficante IT Gravity as main driver of non-thermal motions in massive star formation
103 Christine Koepferl GB Reality Check: Are we using the correct measurements to interpret star formation processes?
102 Yoko Oya JP Infalling-Rotating Envelopes and Disks around Low-Mass Protostars
101 Neelam Panwar IN Low-mass young stellar population of the cluster IC 1805
100 Evangelia Ntormousi FR Filament formation from non-ideal MHD turbulence
99 Nicole Bailey DE Fragmentation and Kinematics in Partially Ionised Magnetised Molecular Clouds
98 Alvaro Hacar AT Filament kinematics: from low- to high-mass star-forming clouds
97 Nami Sakai JP Chemical Diversity in Low-Mass Star-Forming Cores and It's Future toward the Protoplanetary Disks
96 Yang Gao CN Turbulence decay and cloud core relaxation
95 Richard Crutcher US The Next Major Step in Zeeman Studies of Magnetic Fields in Star Formation Regions
94 Thomas Troland US Magnetic fields in an Orion PDR and the earliest phases of star formation
93 Paolo Padoan ES The Origin of Molecular Cloud Turbulence
92 Chat Hull US Formation of proto-multiple stellar systems in a magnetized, fragmenting filament
91 Aurore Bacmann FR The spatial distribution of complex organic molecules in prestellar cores
90 Eleonora Zari NL Maximum likelihood membership analysis of OB associations with Gaia
89 Najmeh Sheikhi IR The binary fraction of Alpha Persei open cluster
88 Maryam Hasheminia IR The mass function and mass segregation in Alpha Persei open cluster
87 Juergen Steinacker FR Modeling the core-filament system L1689B: what to learn from spherical cylinders and the filament mass function
86 Nanda Kumar GB Adaptive optics imaging and IFU view of high mass protostars
85 Felipe Alves DE An ALMA view of B59: from collapsing cores to pre-Kuiper Belt structures
84 Dominique Meyer DE Fragmentation of accretion disks around massive stars
83 Aida Ahmadi DE Disk kinematics in the high-mass star forming regions W3(H2O) and W3(OH)
82 Sibylle Anderl FR CALYPSO studies of the CO snow line in young low-mass protostars
81 Hope Chen US High-Dimensional Identification and Statistics of Star-Forming Substructures in GMCs
80 Simon Bihr DE Probability distribution function (PDF) of the atomic and molecular hydrogen of the giant filament GMF38.1-32.4
79 Yuan Wang DE Ongoing star formation in the proto-cluster IRAS 22134+5834
78 Matthias Gritschneder DE Filament fragmentation at arbitrary length scales
77 Fumitaka Nakamura JP Are Prestellar Cores Magnetically-Subcritical?
76 Davide Elia IT The 140000 sources of the Hi-GAL Physical Catalog
75 Thomas Stanke DE The ALCOHOLS survey
74 Joseph Mottram DE The role of local environment in the formation of massive stars
73 Daniel Seifried DE Modelling CO freeze-out and its impact on observational properties of star forming filaments
72 Yi Liu CN A Theoretical Approach to the Principal Component Analysis of Molecular Clouds
71 Andrea Giannetti DE Conditions of CH3OH gas around a massive YSO
70 Alana Rivera-Ingraham ES Physical Processes in Massive Structures: Observational Constraints
69 Yao-Lun Yang US The Class 0 Protostar BHR71: Herschel Observations and Dust Continuum Models
68 Swagat Das IN High-mass star formation toward southern infrared bubble S10
67 Richard Klein US Multi-Physics, Multi-scale Simulations of Star Formation in Filamentary Infrared Dark Molecular Clouds: A Hierarchical Approach from Large Scale Magnetized Clouds to Stellar Clusters
66 Liubin Pan US Compressibility and Density Fluctuations in Molecular-Cloud Turbulence
65 Elena Kadyshevich RU From mass/energy germs to growing celestial objects: the PFO-CFO Theory about the mechanism of the starting steps of star formation
64 Chris McKee US The Role of Magnetic Fields in Star Formation
63 Aurora Sicilia-Aguilar GB Multi-episodic and triggered star formation in IC 1396 A: A Herschel surprise and IRAM followup of a newly formed object
62 Vivien Chen TW Misaligned magnetic field in a massive protocluster
61 Katharine Johnston UK A Keplerian-like disk around the forming O-type star AFGL 4176
60 Jessy Jose CN Stellar Feedback and star formation activity in high mass star forming regions
59 Georgia Panopoulou GR An ordered magnetic field in a turbulent cloud
58 Thiem Hoang CA Magnetic Fields via Aligned Grains: Theory and Simulations vs. Observations
57 Seyma Mercimek US TR Star Forming Potential of the Perseus Star Forming Complex
56 David Guszejnov US What can Simple Models tell us about Star Formation?
55 Ke Wang DE Automated identification of large-scale velocity-coherent filaments in the Galaxy
54 Di Li CN Probing Astrophysical Turbulence
53 Aake Nordlund DK Disk formation and SLR transport in a realistic GMC environment
52 Neil Vaytet DK Simulations of dense core collapse and disk formation with non-ideal MHD
51 Aris Tritsis GR Interstellar Chemistry: A useful ally in the quest for the true shape of prestellar cores
50 Che-Yu Chen US Formation of Magnetized Prestellar Cores in Turbulent Cloud
49 Hsi-An Pan JP The Role of GMC Observations in the Big Picture
48 Adele Plunkett CL Uncovering episodic outflows and their feedback in protostellar clusters
47 Harold Yorke US Star Formation in the Early Universe
46 Phil Myers US Lumpy filaments in a turbulent medium
45 Munan Gong US A simple and accurate chemical network for hydrogen and carbon chemistry in the ISM
44 Stefan Heigl DE Non-linear dense core formation in filaments by gravitational fragmentation
43 Thomas Bisbas DE Tracing H2 in cosmic-ray dominated regions
42 Roxana-Adela Chira DE Dust Radiative Transfer in Star-Forming Filaments
41 Alyssa Goodman US Does Matter in Filaments Matter?
40 Baobab Liu DE Circumstellar disks of the most vigorously accreting young stars
39 Yueh-Ning Lee FR Formation of proto-cluster: a virialized structure from gravo-turbulent collapse
38 Yusuke Tsukamoto JP Bimodality of Circumstellar Disk Evolution Induced by the Hall Current
37 Nicola Schneider DE What probability distribution functions tell us about the processes of star formation
36 Siyi Feng DE Outflow detection in a 70 micron dark high-mass core
35 Christian Fendt DE Precessing jets from warping accretion disks in binary systems
34 Patrick Hennebelle FR Feedback: the impact of supernovae remnants and HII regions
33 Michael Dunham US MASSES: An SMA Large-Scale Program Surveying Protostars to Reveal How Stars Gain their Mass
32 Thomas Haworth GB Isolating signatures of cloud-cloud collisions: a possible trigger of massive star formation
31 Matthew Bate GB Combining radiative transfer and a diffuse ISM model to simulate star cluster formation
30 Henrik Beuther DE Fragmentation and massive disk formation
29 Julia Roman-Duval US Distribution and mass of diffuse and dense CO gas in the Milky Way
28 Anna McLeod DE Observing massive star formation feedback: what optical and near-infrared integral field spectroscopy can do for you
27 Victor Ostrovskii RU PFO-CFO Theory: the early phase of star formation
26 Amelia Stutz DE The Hunter's slingshot: Protostellar ejection from filaments in Orion
25 Adam Ginsburg DE The effects and extent of feedback on dense prestellar gas near proto-OB stars
24 Hans Zinnecker DE Star formation in collapsing proto-clusters
23 Andy Pon CA Observational Evidence for Turbulence Dissipating in Giant Molecular Clouds
22 Felix Bosco DE Disk and outflow structure around the massive protostar IRAS23033
21 Paolo Persi IT The complex nature of high mass star-forming regions
20 Leslie Looney US Magnetic Field Effects in the Youngest Protostars
19 Alberto Sanna DE Gas dynamics driven by a massive YSO: Observations confront Theory
18 Gozde Saral SW Rich Clusters in Massive Star Forming Regions
17 Priya Hasan IN Xray point sources in NGC 281
16 Aleksandra Kuznetsova US Signatures of Star Cluster Formation by Cold Collapse
15 Susanne Pfalzner DE Comparing theories and observations on star cluster formation
14 Charles Lada US Cluster Formation
13 Andreas Burkert DE ISM dynamics and star formation in gas-rich galactic disks
12 Eve Ostriker US The Galactic view
11 Hector Arce US Stellar feedback on stellar formation
10 Qizhou Zhang US The role of fragmentation
9 Thomas Henning DE From low- to high-mass early phase star formation
8 Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni MX Molecular Clouds
7 Rowan Smith GB Early phase star formation in filaments
6 Rachel Friesen CA Understanding cores and their collapse
5 John Tobin NL DIsk formation and the early phase of circumstellar disks
4 Peter Schilke DE High-Mass Star Formation
3 Jouni Kainulainen DE Just adding complexity or controling agent? Turbulence in the initial phase of star formation
2 Ewine van Dishoeck NL Learning about early star formation from chemical processes
1 Martin Houde CA The role of magnetic fields in the early phase of star formation
The EPoS way: Large group, small room, remote location. Consider all aspects. Short talks, intense discussions.