3-7 November 2014
NBIA & STARPLAN
Europe/Copenhagen timezone

Program

Day 1, November 3, 2014
 
08:30-09:00  Registration
09:00-09:05  Welcome by the Organisers
09:05-09:10  Welcome by Starplan (J
ørgensen)

Session I: Star cluster formation, observations (chairs: Dib, Bailey, Hocuk)

09:10-09:35  Probing the physical conditions of massive star cluster formation with ALMA (Johnson)
09:35-10:00  Mini-starburst ridges and instantaneous star formation efficiency (Motte)
10:00-10:25  The ATLASGAL survey: a view on the earliest stages of high mass star and cluster formation
                       (Csengeri)

10:25-10:50  Revealing the initial conditions of star cluster formation: the case of Serpens South (Nakamura)

10:50-11:15  coffee break


11:15-11:40  The star formation history of embedded clusters (Bik)
11:40-12:05  The structure of young stellar clusters (Gouliermis)
12:05-12:30  Massive stars/clusters in the giant molecular cloud G23.3-0.3 (Messineo)

12:30-14:00   lunch break

14:00-14:25  High mass star formation in the outer Milky Way (Negueruela)
14:25-14:50 
Constraining the gas and stellar distributions in NGC 346: the most massive star forming region in
                      the LMC (Hony)

14:50-15:15  Fragmentation of massive dense cores down to ~1000 AU: relation between fragmentation, density
                      structure and turbulence (Palau)

15:15-15:45  coffee break

Session II: The dynamics of stars in (young) clusters: observations (chair Haugboelle)

15:45-16:15 
The dynamics of young clusters from the Gaia-ESO survey (Jeffries)
16:15-16:45 
Runaway massive (and less massive) stars (Gvaramadze)
16:45-17:10 
Supernova ejections dominate the massive runaway star production in 30 Doradus
                      (Henault-Brunet)
17:10-17:35 
Tracing the origins of star clusters through their structure and kinematics (Wright)

17:35-18:30  Discussion session A:
similarities and differences in the formation of stellar clusters, and as
                    a function of the environment
(chairs: Motte, Jeffries)


18:30-...         welcome reception


Day 2, November 4, 2014

Session III: The IMF & binarity: theory, statistics, and observations (chair: Ojha)

08:30-09:00 
Observations of stellar multiplicity in star-forming regions and young clusters (Kraus)
09:00-09:30 
Analytical models of the initial mass function (Hennebelle)
09:30-09:55 
A non-universal IMF in Galactic stellar clusters (Dib)
09:55-10:20  The low-mass initial mass function and dynamical state of Westerlund 1 (Andersen)
10:20-10:35 
Poster presentations-part 1-(Czanick, Zeidler, Wu, Frimann, Kuffmeier) 3' each. 

10:35-11:05  coffee+posters

Session IV: Theoretical and numerical models of star formation (chair: Motte)

11:05-11:35 
The dependence of star cluster formation on initial conditions (Bate)
11:35-12:05 
The effect of magnetic fields on fragmentation and the core mass function (Basu)
12:05-12:30 
Turbulent fragmentation and the IMF (Haugboelle)

12:30-14:00 
lunch break


14:00-14:25  Understanding the role of small and large scale physics in numerical studies of star formation
                       (Höçük)
14:25-14:50 
The binary properties of low-mass stars and brown dwarfs (Stamatellos)

14:50-15:15  Infall-driven protostellar accretion and the solution to the luminosity problem (Padoan)

15:15-15:45  coffee+posters

15:45-16:10  Two stage fragmentation for cluster formation (Bailey)
16:10-16:35 
Microphysics modeling with Krome (Grassi)

16:35-17:30 
Discussion session B: How much variability is there in the producst of star formation (IMF,
                    binarity, sub-structure, etc, ..)
(chairs: Basu, Bate)


Day 3, November 5, 2014

Session V: The dynamical evolution of stellar clusters (chair: Hony)

09:00-09:30  Stellar clusters: nature or nurture (Goodwin)
09:30-09:55 
Formation of very young massive clusters: the case of NGC 3603 young cluster (S. Banerjee)
09:55-10:20 
Making sense of mass segregation in clusters, observed and simulated (Parker)
10:20-10:30 
Poster presentations-part 2-(Maia, Vincke, Fragione) 3' each

10:30-11:05  coffee+posters

11:05-11:35 
Modelling early cluster evolution with AMUSE (Pelupessy)
11:35-12:05 Stellar dynamical remedies to star formation headaches: The triple nucleus of M31 in focus
                        (Touma)


12:05-13:35  lunch break

Session VI: The formation of the Solar system, planets, in stellar clusters (chair: Pelupessy)

13:35-14:00 
The birth stellar cluster of the Solar system (Church)
14:00-14:30 
Close encounters in the birth environments of planetary systems (Davies)
14:30-14:55 
Stellar encounters and protoplanetary disc evolution (Rosotti)

14:55-15:20  coffee+posters

15:20-16:20  Discussion session C:
stellar dynamics and the reverse engineering of the cluster formation
                    process
(chairs: Goodwin, Touma)

16:30             departure to Louisiana museum

18:00-21:00  conference dinner, and visit of the Louisiana museum


Day 4, November 6, 2014

Session VII: The role of feedback in the evolution and disruption of stellar clusters (chair: Touma)

09:00-09:30 
Triggered star formation in molecular clouds (Ojha)
09:30-09:55 
Evidence of sequential star formation processes involving mid-size embedded clusters. The
                    examples of RCW 121, IRAS 12272-6240 and Trumpler 14-N4 (Tapia)
09:55-10:25 
Disc Formation and Feedback from YSOs (R. Banerjee)
10:25-10:37 
Poster presentations-part 3-(Frostholm, Castellanos, Estrella, Persi) 3' each

10:37-11:05  coffee+posters

11:05-11:35 
Feedback from massive stars on molecular cloud scales (Nordlund)
11:35-12:00 
Before the supernovae-effect of ionisation and winds on embedded clusters (Dale)
12:00-12:25  
The dynamics of superbubbles driven by star cluster winds and supernova explosion
                       (Rodriguez-Gonzalez)

12:25-14:00  lunch break


14:00-14:25    Impact of ionoization compression on turbulent molecular clouds, and dating of OB associations
                         (Tremblin)

14:25-14:55  Discussion session D: feedback on clusters scales, effects and modelling (chair: Nakamura)

14:55-15:30  coffee+posters

Session VIII: Star formation, stellar populations, and feedback on galactic scales (chair: S. Banerjee)

15:30-16:00 
Galactic flows and the formation of stellar clusters (Bonnell)
16:00-16:30 
The stellar populations of galaxies from their fundamental building blocks (Kroupa)

16:30-16:55 
Kiloparsec-scale simulations of star formation in disk galaxies: structure and dynamics of filaments
                      and clumps in giant molecular clouds (Butler)
16:55-17:20  Formation of massive stellar clusters in galaxy mergers (Escala)

17:20-18:20  Discussion session E:
Feedback, from local to galactic scales (chairs: Bonnell, Ojha)


Day 5, November 7, 2014

Session IX: Globular clusters (chair: Gouliermis)

09:30-10:00  The turbulent dawn of globular clusters (Charbonnel)
10:00-10:30 
Observational constraints on globular cluster formation scenarios (Larsen)

10:30-11:00  coffee+posters

11:00-11:25  Dynamical models for the remote halo globular clusters Pal 4 and Pal 14 (Hasani-Zonoozi)
11:25-11:50  How does the gas expulsion phase affect the initial conditions of star clusters (Haghi)

11:50-14:00  lunch break

14:00-14:30  Discussion session F: what do globular clusters tell us about the formation of massive
                     clusters and about their early evolution
(chair: Kroupa)

14:30-15:30 
Summary of workshop and future outlooks (chair: Nordlund)

15:30             End of workshop


Posters

part 1


P1- A very interesting high mass star forming region RCW 34 (Czanik)
p2- A Hubble Space Telescope multi-band survey with WFC3 and ACS of the young massive star cluster
      Westerlund 2 (Zeidler)
p3- The massive stellar population of W49: a spectroscopic survey (Wu)
p4- Zooming in on star formation (Kueffmeier)
p5- Bridging the gap between large-scale simulations and observations of star forming cores (Frimann)

part 2
p6- Gravity and thermodynamics: fundamental principles and gravothermal instability (Fragione)
p7- How the dynamics of young clusters influence the properties of forming planetary systems (Vincke)
p8- Near infrared study of the fainter population in Cygnus OB2 (Maia)

part 3
p9-   Ray Tracing Radiative Transfer with Ramses (Frostholm)
p10- The soft and hard X rays thermal emission into massive stellar cluster winds with a supernova
         explosion (Castellanos)
p11- Models of cold low velocity clouds (Estrella)
p12- The complex star forming region IRAS15507-5359 (Persi)
 
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