The Early Phase of Star Formation
The MPIA conference series at Ringberg Castle, Germany
EPoS 2022 Registered Persons

Session preference
Filaments 10
High Mass 9
Molecular Clouds 9
Cores 8
Turbulence & Cloud Dynamics 7
Galactic Dynamics & SF 4
Magnetic Fields 3
Cores2Disks 3
Cosmic Rays 2
Chemistry 2

Scientists from 14 countries have registered.

No Name Cou. Suggested Contribution
57 Josefa Grossschedl AT 3D space motions of molecular clouds and young stellar clusters with Gaia. A better understanding of the star formation history in the local Milky Way
56 Thavisha Dharmawardena DE The 3D structure of Star Formation Regions in the era of Gaia
55 Aida Ahmadi NL From core to disk fragmentation in high-mass star formation
54 Jan Orkisz SE Tracing turbulence properties, volume densities and star formation
53 Philippe Andre FR Understanding the dynamical state of star-forming filaments through magnetic field morphology
52 Maya Petkova DE The complex multi-scale structure in simulated and observed emission maps of the proto-cluster cloud G0.253+0.016 ("the Brick")
51 Michael Kueffmeier US The flip of polarization patterns in multi-wavelength observations
50 Hendrik Linz DE Episodic accretion in high-mass star formation: Masers as canary birds
49 Nichol Cunningham FR ALMA-IMF: Exploring the gas and core kinematics towards 15 massive protoclusters
48 Andrea Socci AT Characterisation of filaments hubs in Orion
47 Ashley Barnes DE First results from the ALMA-IRDC survey: Properties and dynamics of dense cores in massive filaments
46 Yohan Pouteau FR ALMA-IMF, a Large Program investigating the origin of stellar masses
45 Asmita Bhandare FR The interplay of gas and dust dynamics during star and disc formation
44 Francesca Bonanomi AT Interferometric observations of the ISM: the need for data combination
43 Nacho Anez-Lopez FR Magnetic field and gas, a sticky couple: observations and models to quantify magnetic braking
42 Molly Wells DE Dynamical Accretion Flows
41 Andri Spilker SE Kinematics of molecular clouds in the Milky Way - from sub-pc to kpc
40 Alessio Traficante IT Multi-scale dynamics in star-forming regions: the interplay between gravity and turbulence
39 Elena Hoemann DE Filament collapse: A two phase process
38 Stefan Heigl DE Turbulent origin of streamers onto protostellar disks
37 Shashwata Ganguly DE Shock compression and self-gravity: two ways to form filaments?
36 Brandt Gaches DE The Impact of Cosmic-Ray Attenuation on the Carbon Cycle Emission in Molecular Clouds
35 Jonathan Henshaw DE Ubiquitous velocity fluctuations throughout the molecular interstellar medium
34 Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni MX Revisiting spherical gravitational collapse
33 Mika Juvela FI Cores (review)
32 Rajika Kuruwita DK Star forming environment on multiple star formation pathways
31 Rolf Kuiper DE Modeling disk fragmentation and multiplicity in massive star formation
30 Eric Keto US A Turbulent-Entropic Instability and the Fragmentation of Star-Forming Clouds
29 Jaeyeon Kim DE Systematic determination of evolutionary time-scales from molecular cloud assembly to embedded stars and HII regions
28 Vincent Maillard FR Dynamical effects of the radiative stellar feedback on the HI-to-H2 transition
27 Francisco Nogueras-Lara DE Young stars in the Galactic centre. Dissolved cluster(s) detection to explain the missing clusters problem
26 Raphael Skalidis GR Precision Galactic magnetometry from dust polarization
25 Catherine Zucker US Star formation near the Sun is driven by expansion of the Local Bubble
24 Jouni Kainulainen SE Results from the PROMISE survey: Do molecular cloud density distributions REALLY care about turbulence?
23 Mario Tafalla ES Molecular Clouds (review)
22 Juan-Diego Soler IT The Galactic dynamics revealed by the filamentary structure in the atomic and molecular emission toward the Milky Way’s disk
21 Sara Rezaei-Kh. DE Filament or sheet? How viewing angle can change our understanding of star formation
20 Melanie Chevance DE Pre-supernova feedback mechanisms drive the destruction of molecular clouds in nearby star-forming disc galaxies
19 Jes Jorgensen DK Chemistry (review)
18 Alexandr Volvach UA Flare phenomena in protostellar system IRAS 16293-2422
17 Diederik Kruijssen DE Not all stars form in clusters: Gaia reveals how the dynamics of OB associations are inherited from the ISM
16 Alvaro Hacar AT Filament Mass-Length relation: origin and interpretation
15 Caroline Gieser DE Physical and chemical properties during high-mass star formation
14 Henrik Beuther DE High-mass star formation (review)
13 Joao Alves AT The Radcliffe Wave and the new view on the Local ISM
12 Andi Burkert DE Star Formation and Self-Regulated Dynamics of Long, Dense Molecular Filaments
11 Gina Panopoulou US The width of Herschel filaments varies with distance
10 Veli-Matti Pelkonen ES Massive bound clumps are neither massive nor bound
9 Mike Grudich US The dynamics of star formation with all feedback in concert
8 Giulia Perotti DE Ice and gas: infrared and mm-wavelength studies in preparation for JWST
7 Paola Caselli DE Almost complete freeze-out in a pre-stellar core
6 Priya Hasan IN IMF and mass segregation in the Gaia Era
5 Jonas Syed DE The "Maggie" filament: Physical properties of a giant atomic cloud
4 Adam Ginsburg US Dynamical, accretion, and photoevaporative truncation of disks living in dense clusters
3 Blakesley Burkhart US Turbulence & Cloud Dynamics (review)
2 Marco Padovani IT Cosmic Rays (review)
1 Suemeyye Suri AT Filaments (review)
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