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Monday 19th

Session 1: an inventory of Galactic Surveys

09:00

09:30

00:30

Institutional welcome talks

Angelicum, INAF, ASI

09:30

10:00

00:30

ATLASGAL

Friedrich

Wyrowski

MPIfR

I

10:00

10:30

00:30

Viewing the Galaxy through Hi-GAL

Michele

Pestalozzi

INAF-IFSI

I

10:30

11:00

00:30

HOPS

Andrew

Walsh

James Cook University

I

11:00

11:30

00:30

Coffee Break

11:30

11:50

00:20

The Distribution of [CII] 158um emission in the Milky Way revealed by Herschel HIFI

Jorge

Pineda

JPL, California Institute of Technology

C

11:50

12:10

00:20

A Spitzer Catalogue of Infrared Dark Clouds

Gary

Fuller

Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics,
University of Manchester

C

12:10

12:30

00:20

The MALT90 survey of massive star forming regions

Ana

Duarte Cabral

Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux

C

12:30

12:50

00:20

The Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey and Formaldehyde Densitometry Survey

Adam

Ginsburg

University of Colorado, Boulder

C

12:50

13:00

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 1 Posters

13:00

14:15

01:15

Lunch

14:15

14:45

00:30

Herschel Surveys of Star Froming Regions within 3kpc

Frederique

Motte

CEA, Saclay

I

14:45

15:15

00:30

Scientific Results from the COMPLETE Survey of Star-Forming Regions

Alyssa

Goodman

Harvard-CfA

I

15:15

15:35

00:20

Star formation in the nearest kpc: the Spitzer View

Lori

Allen

NOAO

C

Session 2: the Milky Way in the Extragalactic Context

15:35

16:05

00:30

Star Formation in the Central Molecular Zone

John

Bally

University of Colorado, Boulder

I

16:05

16:35

00:30

Coffee Break

16:35

17:05

00:30

Dense Gas in the Central Molecular Zone

Steve

Longmore

ESO Headquarters

I

17:05

17:25

00:20

A twisted ring of cold and dense dust revealed by the Hi-GAL Survey around the Galactic Center: a past AGN phase for the Milky Way ?

Sergio

Molinari

INAF-IFSI

C

17:25

17:40

00:15

The Gamma Ray view of our Galaxy

Andrea

Giuliani

INAF-Milano

C

17:40

18:10

00:30

Gas and Star Formation in Nearby Galaxies.

Frank

Bigiel

UC-Berkeley

I

18:10

18:30

00:20

Exploring the Limits of Star Formation from the Extreme Environment of Starbursts to the Milky Way

Amanda

Heiderman

University of Texas at Austin

C

Welcome Cocktail

End of Day 1

Tuesday 20th

08:30

09:00

00:30

Star Formation at low metallicity

Margaret

Meixner

STScI

I

09:00

09:20

00:20

The Depedence of the Star Formation Laws on Metallicity

Sami

Dib

Imperial College London

C

09:20

09:40

00:20

The Atomic Gas Associated with Giant Molecular Clouds in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Annie

Hughes

MPIA-Heidelberg

C

09:40

10:00

00:20

The ionized carbon emission from M33: results from the Herschel/HIFI Key Program HerM33es

Jonathan

Braine

Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux

C

10:00

10:30

00:30

Star Formation and ISM in Nearby Galaxies: The PAWS view

Eva

Schinnerer

MPIA-Heidelberg

I

10:30

10:50

00:20

Star formation in chemically young Local Group galaxies

Pierre

Gratier

IRAM Grenoble

C

10:50

11:00

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 2 Posters

11:00

11:30

00:30

Coffee Break

11:30

11:50

00:20

Gas, Dust and Star-Formation in Andromeda with HELGA

Matthew

Smith

Cardiff University

C

11:50

12:10

00:20

Gas Accretion and Star Formation in an Ensemble of
Nearby Milky Way-like Galaxies

Guinevere

Kauffmann

Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics

C

Session 3: Morphology and physics of the diffuse ISM

12:10

12:55

00:45

Galactic dust in the Herschel and Planck era

Francois

Boulanger

IAS, Orsay

R

12:55

13:05

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 3 Posters

13:05

14:20

01:15

Lunch

14:20

14:40

00:20

Properties of the Galactic Interstellar Medium Emission

Paradis

Deborah

IRAP, Toulouse

C

14:40

15:00

00:20

ISM properties in a localized field with the inversion technique. Results from l = 30? Hi-GAL field

Alessio

Traficante

University of Rome, Tor Vergata

C

15:00

15:20

00:20

Turbulence and magnetic fields in diffuse molecular gas:
from 30-pc to mpc scales

Edith

Falgarone

Ecole Normale Supérieure & Observatoire de Paris

C

15:20

15:40

00:20

Turbulence in the atomic biphasic interstellar medium : 3D hydrodynamical numerical simulations

Eleonore

Saury

Institut d'Astrophysique spatiale

C

15:40

15:50

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 3 Posters

15:50

16:20

00:30

Coffee Break

16:20

16:50

00:30

The atomic to molecular transition in the Interstellar Medium

Li

DiLi

Caltech

I

16:50

17:10

00:20

The GOT C+ [CII] 158µm Survey of the Inner 1 kpc of the Galaxy

William

Langer

JPL-Caltech

C

17:10

17:30

00:20

Supershells as Molecular Cloud Factories in the Evolving ISM

Joanne

Dawson

University of Tasmania

C

17:30

18:15

00:45

End of the Day Discussion & Debate

End of Day 2

Wednesday 21st

Session 4: Conditions, mechanisms, properties and timescales for the formation of Galactic star forming structures.

08:30

09:15

00:45

Formation of molecular clouds and filaments from the Interstellar Medium

Patrick

Hennebelle

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

R

09:15

09:45

00:30

Filaments in the Galaxy: Physical properties and their role in the game.

Eugenio

Schisano

INAF-IFSI

I

09:45

10:05

00:20

What do column density probability distributions tell us about the molecular cloud structure?

Jouni

Kainulainen

Max Planck Institute for Astronomy

C

10:05

10:25

00:20

Filaments in Orion: A first look of the Integral Shaped Filament with Herschel

Danae

Polychroni

INAF-IFSI

C

10:25

10:55

00:30

Coffee Break

10:55

11:15

00:20

Filaments, Star Formation and Magnetic Fields

Qizhou

Zhang

Harvard-Smithsonian CfA

C

11:15

11:35

00:20

Characterizing interstellar filaments with Herschel in nearby molecular clouds.

Doris

Arzoumanian

CEA Saclay

C

11:35

11:55

00:20

Galactic Cold Cores

Mika

Juvela

University of Helsinki

C

11:55

12:25

00:30

The role of magnetic field in Star Formation

Richard

Crutcher

University of Illinois

I

12:25

12:55

00:30

The Formation and Evolution of Filamentary Molecular Clouds

Shu-Ichiro

Inutsuka

Nagoya University

I

12:55

14:10

01:15

Lunch

14:10

14:20

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 4 Posters

14:20

14:40

00:20

Direct Observation of the Transition to Coherence and Isothermal Filaments in a Dense Core

Jaime E

Pineda

ESO and University of Manchester

C

14:40

15:00

00:20

Dense molecular gas in Herschel/EPoS clumps - Tracing the onset of higher-mass star formation

Hendrik

Linz

MPIA-Heidelberg

C

15:00

15:20

00:20

Under pressure: thermal and spatial structure of strongly irradiated clouds in the Carina Nebula, the nearest laboratory of massive star feedback

Thomas

Preibisch

Universitaets-Sternwarte Muenchen

C

15:20

15:50

00:30

Formation of filamentary structures and prestellar cores in Gould Belt regions: The Herschel perspective

Nicolas

Peretto

CEA,Saclay

I

15:50

16:00

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 4 Posters

16:00

16:30

00:30

Coffee Break

16:30

16:40

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 4 Posters

16:40

17:00

00:20

First results from the Herschel Gould Belt Survey in the Ophiuchus cloud

Philippe

Andre

CEA,Saclay

C

17:00

17:20

00:20

A millimeter continuum view of the Aquila Rift complex. Probing the properties of star formation in two active protoclusters: Serpens South and W40.

Anaelle

Maury

ESO Headquarters

C

17:20

17:40

00:20

Characterizing Precursors to Stellar Clusters with Herschel

Cara

Battersby

Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

C

17:40

18:25

00:45

End of the Day Discussion & Debate

End of Day 3

Thursday 22nd

08:30

08:50

00:20

Fragmentation, stability, and chemistry towards high-mass star-forming regions

Thushara

Pillai

Caltech

C

08:50

09:00

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 4 Posters

Session 5: Star formation modes, thresholds, rates and efficiency on Galactic scales.

09:00

09:45

00:45

Star Formation Rates and Thresholds in Molecular Clouds of the Milky Way and Beyond: Deciphering the Nature of the Global Scaling Relations.

Charles

Lada

Harvard-CfA

R

09:45

10:05

00:20

How Star Formation Modes and Thresholds manifest in Molecular Cloud Structure

Jens

Kauffmann

Jet Propulsion Lab

C

10:05

10:35

00:30

The formation of high-mass stars and clusters

Jonathan

Tan

University of Florida

I

10:35

10:45

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 5 Posters

10:45

11:15

00:30

Coffee Break

11:15

11:45

00:30

High-mass star formation from a Galactic context

Ian

Bonnell

University of St Andrews, UK

I

11:45

12:15

00:30

Evolutionary stages of high-mass star formation from the observational viewpoint

Riccardo

Cesaroni

INAF- Osservatorio di Arcetri

I

12:15

12:35

00:20

The Dependence of the Star Formation Rate and the IMF on Environment: Insights from Spitzer and Herschel

Tom

Megeath

University of Toledo

C

12:35

12:55

00:20

Revealing the dynamics of star formation in filaments and in massive star forming regions.

Rowan J

Smith

Zentrums für Astronomie Heidelberg, Institut für Theoretische Astrophysik

C

12:55

13:05

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 5 Posters

13:05

14:20

01:15

Lunch

14:20

14:40

00:20

What the spatial distribution of stars can tell us about star formation, clusters & the IMF

Eli

Bressert

University of Exeter / ESO / CfA

C

14:40

15:00

00:20

The Herschel view of the on-going star formation in the Vela-C molecular cloud

Davide

Elia

INAF-IFSI, Rome

C

15:00

15:30

00:30

Chemical clocks in star forming regions

Paola

Caselli

University of Leeds

I

15:30

15:50

00:20

Herschel and Mopra maps of the Lupus molecular clouds

Milena

Benedettini

INAF-IFSI

C

15:50

16:20

00:30

Coffee Break

16:20

16:50

00:30

Trends in Star Formation with Galactocentric radius

Karl

Menten

MPIfR

I

16:50

17:10

00:20

The Star-formation efficiency as a function of Galactic Radius as seen by RMS

Toby

Moore

Liverpool John Moores University

C

17:10

18:00

00:50

End of the Day Discussion & Debate

Conference Dinner

End of Day 4

Friday 23rd

08:30

09:00

00:30

Triggered Star Formation

Annie

Zavagno

OAMP-Marseille

I

09:00

09:20

00:20

Using Herschel to Determine the Role of Triggering Processes in forming the Galactic IMF

Lawrence

Morgan

Liverpool John Moores University

C

09:20

09:40

00:20

Photoionization and Triggered Star Formation in SPH simulations

Matthias

Gritschneder

KIAA Peking University

C

09:40

10:00

00:20

Extent of Triggered Star Formation in the Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey

Miranda

Dunham

Yale University

C

10:00

10:10

00:10

Snapshot preview of Session 6 Posters

10:10

10:40

00:30

Coffee Break

Session 6: Galactic structure.

10:40

11:10

00:30

The Relation between Stars, Gas, and Star Formation in the Galactic Bar(s) and Disk

Bob

Benjamin

University of Wisconsin

I

11:10

11:40

00:30

The large scale structure of the Milky Way in its gaseous content.

Leo

Blitz

UC-Berkeley

I

11:40

12:10

00:30

Galactic Structure from Trigonometric Parallaxes of Star Forming Regions

Mark

Reid

Harvard-CfA

I

12:10

12:40

00:30

Milky Way Galaxy models

Delphine

Russeil

OAMP-Marseille

I

12:40

13:55

01:00

Lunch

13:55

14:15

00:20

Exploring the third dimension in Herschel and Planck maps

Doug

Marshall

IRAP, Toulouse

C

14:15

14:35

00:20

Mapping & Modelling The Outer Galaxy's Spiral Structure in CO and HI

Lee

Summers

University of Exeter

C

14:35

14:55

00:20

Distance Determination for Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey Sources: A Method for Deriving Distance Probability Density Functions

Timothy

Ellsworth-Bowers

University of Colorado - Boulder

C

14:55

15:40

00:45

End of the Day Discussion & Debate

End of Day 5

End of Conference

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