The Role of Gas in
Galaxy Dynamics

About

The Role of Gas in Galaxy Dynamics
October 2-6, 2017 - Valletta, Malta

Conference registrations are now closed.

This conference will bring together world leading experts in galaxy dynamics and cosmology in order to promote collaborative efforts across theoretical, computational, and observational disciplines to try to answer to fundamental questions about the role of gas in galaxy dynamics and evolution. For a full description please see the motivation.

Topics:

The conference will also present a public event: The Life of Galaxies.

Posters:

Posters should be no larger than an A0 page (841 x 1189 mm).

Talks:

Contributed talks will be 15 minutes long (including time for questions).


Invited Speakers

Frank Bigiel - University of Heidelberg

Joss Bland-Hawthorn - University of Sydney

Marcella Carollo - ETH Zürich

Francoise Combes - Paris Observatory

Andrew Fox - STScI

Filippo Fraternali - University of Bologna

Ken C. Freeman - Australian National University

Phil Hopkins - Caltech

Leslie Hunt - INAF/Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri

Simon Lilly - ETH Zürich

Florent Renaud - Lund Observatory, Sweden

Eva Schinnerer - Max Planck Institute for Astronomy


Science Organizing Committee

Victor P. Debattista, Co-Chair


University of Central Lancashire

Elena D’Onghia, Co-Chair


University of Wisconsin - Madison

Luis Aguilar


Universita Autonoma de Mexico

Joss Bland-Hawthorn


University of Sydney

Martin Bureau


Oxford University

Claude Carignan


University of Cape Town, South Africa

Françoise Combes


Paris Observatory

Ken C. Freeman


Australian National University

Chanda Jog


Indian Institute of Science

Lars Hernquist


Harvard University

Luis Ho


Kavli Institute, Peking University

George Lake


University of Zurich

Claudia Mendes de Oliveira


University of San Paulo

Keiichi Wada


Kagoshima University

Local Organizing Committee

Lucienne Bugeja


University of Malta

Joseph Caruana


University of Malta

Angelle Grixti


University of Malta

Stephen Pardy (website)


University of Wisconsin - Madison