The Role of Gas in
Galaxy Dynamics

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Talks:

Contributed talks will be 15 minutes including time for questions.


Program

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Schedule of talks

Monday, 2 October 2017

Plenary Talks - Chair: George Lake

9:00-9:45

J. Bland-Hawthorn

Plenary Talk (Invited) - Slides

9:45-10:30

F. Combes

Molecular gas across cosmic time and environment (Invited) - Slides

Scaling Relations - Chair: Aaron Dutton

11:00-11:30

F. Bigiel

Gas Scaling Relations in Galaxies (Invited) - Slides

11:30-11:45

A. Bolatto

Results from a Joint IFU-Interferometric Survey of the Nearby Universe: Molecular Gas in Galaxies Through the EDGE-CALIFA Sample - Slides

11:45-12:00

A. Escala

UNVEILING THE ROLE OF GALACTIC ROTATION ON STAR FORMATION - Slides

12:00-12:15

G. Meurer

The constant stability model for galactic disks

12:15-12:30

F. Lelli

The radial acceleration relation of galaxies - Slides

Gas as a dynamical tracer - Chair: P. van der Kruit

14:00-14:30

M. Carollo (I)

14:30-14:45

M. Bureau

WISDOM: Exploiting molecular gas to weigh supermassive black holes and probe giant molecular clouds across the Hubble sequence - Slides

14:45-15:00

J. Knapen

Disentangling galaxy kinematics with WEAVE high spectral resolution IFU data - Slides

15:00-15:15

L. Chemin

The anisotropy of gas in nearby spiral and irregular galaxies - Slides

15:15-15:30

T. Davis

Molecular gas as a dynamical tracer: probing IMF variation in early-type galaxies - Slides

15:30-15:45

D. Espada

Disentangling the Properties of the Circumnuclear Disk of Centaurus A with ALMA - Slides

Coffee (16:00-16:30)

Gas as a dynamical tracer (continued) - Chair: P. van der Kruit

16:30-16:45

K. Masters

HI-MaNGA: HI Follow-up for the MaNGA Survey

16:45-17:00

R. Schoenrich

The Role of Gas Flows in Galactic Chemical Evolution - Slides

17:00-17:15

M. Du

Black Hole Growth in Disk Galaxies Mediated by the Secular Evolution of Short Bars - Slides

17:15-17:30

A. Lupi

The natural emergence of the SFR-H2 surface density relation in galaxy simulations - Slides

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Gas as a dynamical tracer (continued) - Chair: Mauro Giavalisco

9:00-9:15

M. Den Brok

Ionized gas and stellar kinematics in nearby star forming galaxies from the MUSE Atlas of Disks Survey

9:15-9:30

P. Tissera

The oxygen abundance gradients of galaxies in the EAGLE project

9:30-9:45

S. Erroz-Ferrer

THE MUSE ATLAS OF DISKS (MAD): Ionized gas properties in local galaxies - Slides

9:45-10:00

T. Zana

Triggers of bar formation: internal or external? - Slides

10:00-10:15

S. Kruk

Galaxy Zoo: Secular evolution of barred galaxies from structural decomposition - Slides

10:15-10:30

T. Signorini-Goncalves

Dense star formation in metal-poor galaxies: an ALMA perspective

Coffee (10:30-11:00)

The role of gas in galaxies and in the Milky Way - Chair: Mauro Giavalisco

11:00-11:30

I.-Ting Ho (I)

11:30-11:45

I. Perez

Observational constraints to boxy/peanut bulge formation time - Slides

11:45-12:00

K. Spekkens

Late Accreters or Inefficient Star Formers? The Structure and Dynamics of Gas-Rich Massive Disk Galaxies

12:00-12:15

S. Ghosh

Dynamical Imprint of interstellar gas on persistence of spiral structure in galaxies - Slides

12:15-12:30

D. DeFelippis

The Impact of Galactic Winds on the Angular Momentum of Disk Galaxies in the Illustris Simulation - Slides

Lunch Break

12:45-13:45

Dr. Christine Muscat

The history of Valletta

The role of gas in galaxies and in the Milky Way (continued) - Chair: Isabel Perez

14:00-14:15

L. Posti

The angular momentum of galaxies and their haloes as a tracer of galaxy evolution - Slides

14:15-14:30

V. Debattista

Red versus blue disks in triaxial dark matter halos - Slides

14:30-14:45

M. Sormani

Unsteady flow makes the Central Molecular Zone asymmetric - Slides

14:45-15:00

E. Di Teodoro

The Milky Way's Galactic wind as probed by anomalous HI clouds at the Galactic Center - Slides

15:00-15:15

D. Krishnarao

A MODIFIED TILTED DISK MODEL OF THE INNER MILKY WAY

15:15-15:30

J. Koda

Smallest GMC Structures Resolved in CO Absorption by ALMA - Slides

15:30-15:45

K. Tchernyshyov

Mapping flows of gas and dust in the Perseus spiral arm - Slides

15:45-16:00

D. Ward-Thompson

The effect of the magnetic field on gas locally in the Milky Way Galaxy

Coffee (16:00-16:30)

The role of gas in galaxies and in the Milky Way (continued) - Chair: Isabel Perez

16:30-16:45

Y. Gao

Star formation law in dense molecular gas - Slides

16:45-17:00

M. Gallagher

New ALMA Maps: Gas Density, Interstellar Pressure, and Star Formation in Nearby Star-Forming Galaxies

Gas flows in galaxies: inflows, local outflows and galactic winds - Chair: Tom Oosterloo

17:00-17:30

F. Fraternali

Gas flows in galaxies (Invited) - Slides

17:30-17:45

T. Starkenburg

The diverse history of counter-rotating galaxies - Slides

Drink reception at German-Maltese Circle, Messina Palace, 141 St. Christopher Str. (18:30-20:30)

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Gas flows in galaxies: inflows, local outflows and galactic winds (continued) - Chair: Luis Ho

9:00-9:15

I-Ting Ho

Ionised winds in normal star-forming galaxies in 3D - Slides

9:15-9:30

G. Roberts-Borsani

The dichotomy of cold gas inflows and outflows across the SFR-M* plane in the low redshift Universe

9:30-9:45

V. Semenov

The physical origin of long gas depletion times in galaxies - Slides

9:45-10:00

T. Oosterloo

Properties of the molecular gas in the fast outflow in the Seyfert galaxy IC 5063

10:00-10:15

A. Pizzella

Star formation in counter-rotating galaxies. Observations and Simulations - Slides

10:15-10:30

P. Biernacki

Fast, dense outflows: cooperation between supernovae and active galactic nucleus feedbacks

Coffee (10:30-11:00)

The Circum-Galactic Medium - Chair: Luis Ho

11:00-11:30

A. Fox

The Circumgalactic Medium of the Milky Way (Invited) - Slides

11:30-11:45

G. Hensler

What can we learn from present-day high-velocity clouds about cold-gas accretion of galaxies - Slides

11:45-12:00

S. Pardy

On the origin of the Magellanic Stream bifurcation by LMC-SMC interaction - Slides

12:00-12:15

G. Pezzulli

The dynamics of gas accretion onto star forming galaxies - Slides

12:15-12:30

S. Boissier

VESTIGE: A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission - Slides

12:30-12:45

B. Henriques

Galaxy formation modelling with spatially resolved ISM, star formation, element abundances and inflows/outflows - Slides

Poster Talks (12:45-13:15)

Free Afternoon

Tour and conference dinner

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Galaxy mergers - Chair: Kristine Spekkens

9:00-9:30

F. Renaud

The Role of Gas in Galaxy Mergers (Invited) - Slides

9:30-9:45

S. König

The impact of gas flows on minor mergers: Molecular gas feeding the central starbursts in NGC 1614 and the Medusa merger

9:45-10:00

R. Grand

How gas shapes Milky Way-sized galaxies in cosmological simulations: mergers, gas-flows and feedback - Slides

10:00-10:15

M. Puech

Rebuilding local discs with gas-rich major mergers - Slides

10:15-10:30

Z. Li

Gas flow patterns in barred galaxies

Coffee (10:30-11:00)

Gas in dwarf and satellite galaxies - Chair: Patricia Tissera

11:00-11:30

L. Hunt

Gas content and gas kinematics in low-mass galaxies (Invited) - Slides

11:30-11:45

C. Power

Stochastic Feedback in Dwarf Galaxies - Slides

11:45-12:00

B. Smart

An Hα survey of the Small Magellanic Cloud with WHAM - Slides

12:00-12:15

M. Safarzadeh

FATE OF GAS RICH SATELLITES IN CLUSTERS

12:15-12:30

A. Noble

An ALMA Study of Gas-Rich Galaxies in z~1.6 Galaxy Clusters

Lunch Break

Gas in dwarf and satellite galaxies (continued) - Chair: Patricia Tissera

14:00-14:15

G. Gajda

Tidally induced bars in gas-rich dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way - Slides

14:15-14:30

A. Marasco

The complex HI kinematics of dwarf galaxies in the APOSTLE hydrodynamical simulations - Slides

14:30-14:45

A. Dutton

Testing cold dark matter on galaxy scales with the HI velocity function - Slides

14:45-15:00

T. Ashley

Gas Clouds in and around Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies Triggering Starbursts

15:00-15:15

B. Adams

The kinematics of gas-rich ultra-faint dwarf galaxies - Slides

Gas in high redshift galaxies - Chair: Jin Koda

15:15-15:30

S. Kassin

The Assembly of Gaseous Disk Galaxies: From Keck to JWST - Slides

15:30-15:45

J. Caruana

Probing galaxy formation and evolution with Lyman alpha emitters.

15:45-16:00

M. Dessauges-Zavadsky

A revised picture on the clump properties observed in distant star-forming galaxies - Slides

Coffee (16:00-16:30)

Poster Taks (16:30-18:00)

Outreach Event (starts at 19:30)

Friday, 6 October 2017

Gas in high redshift galaxies (continued) - Chair: Susan Kassin

9:00-9:15

K. Xu

Star Formation in Galaxy Mergers -- Difference between Mixed Pairs and Spiral-Spiral Pairs

9:15-9:30

M. Girard

Kinematics of low mass and/or low SFR galaxies at 1.4Slides

9:30-9:45

C.-C. Chen

A SPATIALLY-RESOLVED STUDY OF COLD DUST, MOLECULAR GAS, HII REGIONS AND STARS IN A z = 2.12 SUBMILLIMETER GALAXY ALESS67.1 - Slides

9:45-10:00

A. Man

Ultra-deep rest-frame UV absorption line studies of a starburst galaxy at z=2.6: Evidence for positive AGN feedback

10:00-10:15

T. Buck

The role of gas in bulge formation at high redshift - Slides

10:15-10:30

S. Khoperskov

Bar quenching in gas-rich galaxies - Slides

Coffee (10:30-11:00)

Quenching - Chair: Chris Power

11:00-11:30

S. Lilly

The Quenching of Star-Formation in Galaxies (Invited) - Slides

11:30-12:00

L. Hernquist

Clustering in the Illustris TNG simulations - Slides

12:00-12:15

R. Weinberger

Quenching of central galaxies in the next generation Illustris simulations - Slides

12:15-12:30

O. Sil’chenko

Starforming rings in lenticular galaxies

Lunch Break

Quenching (continued) - Chair: Chris Power

14:15-14:30

M. Giavalisco

The Evolution of Galaxies: Star-formation, Quenching and Structural Transformations - Slides

14:30-14:45

E. D’Onghia

A new perspective on the stability of early disks - Slides

14:45-15:00

F. Santoro

Probing multiphase outflows and AGN feedback in compact radio galaxies. - Slides

15:00-15:15

E. Romano-Diaz

ZOMG: Does the halo assembly history influence central galaxies and gas accretion? - Slides

15:15-15:30

C. Simpson

Quenching and ram pressure stripping of simulated Milky Way satellite galaxies - Slides

Coffee (15:30-16:00)

Conference Summary by K. Freeman (16:00-16:30)


Participants

  • Betsey Adams - ASTRON
    Talk Title: The kinematics of gas-rich ultra-faint dwarf galaxies
  • Trisha L Ashley - NASA Ames
    Talk Title: Gas Clouds in and around Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies Triggering Starbursts
  • Cecilia Bacchini - University of Bologna
    Poster Title: The role of disc thickness in the Schmidt-Kennicutt law
  • Pawel Biernacki - University of Zurich
    Talk Title: Fast, dense outflows: cooperation between supernovae and active galactic nucleus feedbacks
  • Frank Bigiel - University of Heidelberg
    Invited Talk
  • Joss Bland-Hawthron - University of Sydney
    Invited Talk
  • Samuel Boissier - Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
    Talk Title: VESTIGE: A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission
  • Alberto Bolatto - University of Maryland
    Talk Title: Results from a Joint IFU-Interferometric Survey of the Nearby Universe: Molecular Gas in Galaxies Through the EDGE-CALIFA Sample
  • Mark den Brok - ETH Zurich
    Talk Title: Ionized gas and stellar kinematics in nearby star forming galaxies from the MUSE Atlas of Disks Survey
  • Tobias Buck - Max-Planck Institut für Astronomie
    Talk Title: The role of gas in bulge formation at high redshift
  • Martin Bureau - University of Oxford
    Talk Title: WISDOM: Exploiting molecular gas to weigh supermassive black holes and probe giant molecular clouds across the Hubble sequence
  • Marcella Carollo - ETH Zürich
    Invited Talk
  • Joseph Caruana - University of Malta
    Talk Title: Probing galaxy formation and evolution with Lyman alpha emitters.
  • Sara Cazzoli - IAA-CSIC (Spain)
    Poster Title: Probing outflows in type-1 LINERs
  • Laurent Chemin - Universidad de Antofagasta, Unidad de Astronomia, Chile
    Talk Title: The anisotropy of gas in nearby spiral and irregular galaxies
  • Chian-Chou Chen - European Southern Observatory
    Talk Title: A SPATIALLY-RESOLVED STUDY OF COLD DUST, MOLECULAR GAS, HII REGIONS AND STARS IN A z = 2.12 SUBMILLIMETER GALAXY ALESS67.1
  • Leung Ying Chi - Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
    Poster Title: The EDGE-CALIFA survey: Validating stellar dynamical models with CO kinematics
  • Adam Clarke - University of Central Lancashire
    Poster Title: The origin of type I profiles in cluster lenticulars
  • Francoise Combes - Observatoire de Paris, LERMA
    Invited Talk
  • Elena D'Onghia - University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Talk Title: A new perspective on the stability of early disks
  • Timothy Davis - Cardiff University
    Talk Title: Molecular gas as a dynamical tracer: probing IMF variation in early-type galaxies
  • Thomas Davison - University of Central Lancashire
    Poster Title: The role of supernova feedback on the vertical structure of galaxies using high resolution N-body and SPH simulations
  • Daniel DeFelippis - Columbia University
    Talk Title: The Impact of Galactic Winds on the Angular Momentum of Disk Galaxies in the Illustris Simulation
  • Victor Debattista - University of Central Lancashire
    Talk Title: Red versus blue disks in triaxial dark matter halos
  • Nathan Deg - University of Cape Town
    Poster Title: GalactICS with Gas
  • Miroslava Dessauges-Zavadsky - Geneva Observatory
    Talk Title: A revised picture on the clump properties observed in distant star-forming galaxies
  • Jing Dou - Peking University
  • Min Du - KIAA, Peking University, China
    Talk Title: Black Hole Growth in Disk Galaxies Mediated by the Secular Evolution of Short Bars
  • Aaron Dutton - New York University Abu Dhabi
    Talk Title: Testing cold dark matter on galaxy scales with the HI velocity function
  • Samuel W F Earp - University of Central Lancashire
    Poster Title: The tilting rate of the Milky Way's disc
  • Oleg Egorov - Sternberg Astronomical Institute of Lomonosov Moscow State University
    Poster Title: Ionized gas in galaxies with peculiar morphology: searching for external accretion imprints
  • Santiago Erroz - ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Talk Title: THE MUSE ATLAS OF DISKS (MAD): Ionized gas properties in local galaxies
  • Andrés Escala - Universidad de Chile
    Talk Title: UNVEILING THE ROLE OF GALACTIC ROTATION ON STAR FORMATION
  • Daniel Espada - National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
    Talk Title: Disentangling the Properties of the Circumnuclear Disk of Centaurus A with ALMA
  • Mercedes Esteves Filho - Department of Physical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal
    Poster Title: Local Star Formation/Metallicity Correlation in Galaxies
  • David Fisher - Swinburne University
    Talk Title: DYNAMO: Upclose View of Turbulet Disk Galaxies
  • Andrew Fox - STScI
    Invited Talk
  • Filippo Fraternali - University of Bologna
    Invited Talk
  • Ken C. Freeman - Australian National University
    Invited Talk
  • Ken Freeman - RSAA, The Australian National University
  • Grzegorz Gajda - N. Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland
    Talk Title: Tidally induced bars in gas-rich dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way
  • Molly Gallagher - The Ohio State University
    Talk Title: New ALMA Maps: Gas Density, Interstellar Pressure, and Star Formation in Nearby Star-Forming Galaxies
  • Yu Gao - Purple Mountain Observatory
    Talk Title: Star formation law in dense molecular gas
  • Soumavo Ghosh - Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
    Talk Title: Dynamical Imprint of interstellar gas on persistence of spiral structure in galaxies
  • Mauro Giavalisco - University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
    Talk Title: The Evolution of Galaxies: Star-formation, Quenching and Structural Transformations
  • Marianne Girard - Geneva Observatory
    Talk Title: Kinematics of low mass and/or low SFR galaxies at 1.4<z<3.5 with the KMOS lensing survey (KLENS)
  • Thiago Signorini Goncalves - Valongo Observatory, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
    Talk Title: Dense star formation in metal-poor galaxies: an ALMA perspective
  • Robert Grand - HITS, ZAH (Heidelberg)
    Talk Title: How gas shapes Milky Way-sized galaxies in cosmological simulations: mergers, gas-flows and feedback
  • Thales Gutcke - Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
    Poster Title: Galactic outflows and the shape of the circum-galactic medium
  • Katherine Harborne - International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research at the University of Western Australia
    Poster Title: Extracting Useful Kinematics from Simulations for IFU Surveys
  • Ross Hart - University of Nottingham
    Poster Title: Gas fractions and star formation rates in galaxies by spiral arm morphology
  • Bruno Henriques - ETH Zurich
    Talk Title: Galaxy formation modelling with spatially resolved ISM, star formation, element abundances and inflows/outflows
  • Gerhard Hensler - University of Vienna, Dept. of Astrophysics
    Talk Title: What can we learn from present-day high-velocity clouds about cold-gas accretion of galaxies
  • Lars Hernquist - Harvard University
    Talk Title: Clustering in the Illustris TNG simulations
  • I-Ting Ho - Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
    Talk Title: Ionised winds in normal star-forming galaxies in 3D
  • Luis Ho - Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University
  • Lindsay Holmes - Royal Military College of Canada
    Poster Title: In Search of Non-circular Flows: Modelling the Gas Kinematics of CALIFA Galaxies
  • Phil Hopkins - Caltech
    Invited Talk
  • Lesli Hunt - INAF/Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri
    Invited Talk
  • Hye-Ran - Korea University of Science and Technology (UST)
    Poster Title: Dust Stripping of Virgo Galaxies according to Their HI Gas Stripping Stages
  • Eun Jung - Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
    Poster Title: Molecular Gas Properties and Star Formation Activities of Spiral Galaxies in Different Cluster Environments
  • Susan Kassin - Space Telescope Science Institute
    Talk Title: The Assembly of Gaseous Disk Galaxies: From Keck to JWST
  • Sergey Khoperskov - Observatoire de Paris
    Talk Title: Bar quenching in gas-rich galaxies
  • Minjin Kim - Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
    Poster Title: Ionized Gas Kinematics around an Ultra-luminous X-ray Source in NGC 5252
  • Sungsoo S. Kim - Kyung Hee University
    Poster Title: Hydrodynamic Simulations of the Central Molecular Zone of the Milky Way with a Realistic Galactic Potential
  • Suk Kim - Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
    Poster Title: Alignment between kinematic position angles of early-type galaxies and filamentary structures inside the Virgo cluster
  • Johan Knapen - IAC Tenerife
    Talk Title: Disentangling galaxy kinematics with WEAVE high spectral resolution IFU data
  • Jin Koda - Stony Brook University
    Talk Title: Smallest GMC Structures Resolved in CO Absorption by ALMA
  • Nico Krieger - Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie
    Poster Title: High resolution gas kinematics of the nuclear starburst NGC 253
  • Dhanesh Krishnarao - University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Talk Title: A MODIFIED TILTED DISK MODEL OF THE INNER MILKY WAY
  • Pieter C. van der Kruit - Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen
  • Sandor Kruk - University of Oxford
    Talk Title: Galaxy Zoo: Secular evolution of barred galaxies from structural decomposition
  • Sabine König - Chalmers University of Technology
    Talk Title: The impact of gas flows on minor mergers: Molecular gas feeding the central starbursts in NGC 1614 and the Medusa merger
  • Federico Lelli - European Southern Observatory
    Talk Title: The radial acceleration relation of galaxies
  • Rebecca Levy - The University of Maryland
    Poster Title: The EDGE-CALIFA Survey: Molecular and Ionized Gas Kinematics in Nearby Galaxies
  • Simon Lilly - ETH Zürich
    Invited Talk
  • Alessandro Lupi - Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
    Talk Title: The natural emergence of the SFR-H2 surface density relation in galaxy simulations
  • Fumiya Maeda - Department of Astronomy, Kyoto University
    Poster Title: Evolution of Cosmic Molecular Gas Mass Density from z ∼ 0 to z = 1–1.5
  • Allison Man - European Southern Observatory
    Talk Title: Ultra-deep rest-frame UV absorption line studies of a starburst galaxy at z=2.6: Evidence for positive AGN feedback
  • Antonino Marasco - ASTRON, Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy
    Talk Title: The complex HI kinematics of dwarf galaxies in the APOSTLE hydrodynamical simulations
  • Jose Manuel Pérez Martínez - University of Vienna, Department of Astrophysics
    Poster Title: Galaxy kinematics in clusters across cosmic time
  • Karen Masters - Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth
    Talk Title: HI-MaNGA: HI Follow-up for the MaNGA Survey
  • Veronica Menacho - Stockholm University
  • Gerhardt Meurer - ICRAR / U Western Australia
    Talk Title: The constant stability model for galactic disks
  • Yusuke Miyamoto - Nobeyama Radio Observatory
    Poster Title: Molecular gas in nearby galaxies: The Nobeyama 45-m telescope Legacy Project (COMING)
  • Juan Carlos Munoz-Mateos - European Southern Observatory
    Talk Title: Down-bending stellar disks: is the molecular gas profile broken too?
  • Lucy Newnham - Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth
    Poster Title: HI Morphology of Strongly Barred Galaxies.
  • Allison Noble - MIT
    Talk Title: An ALMA Study of Gas-Rich Galaxies in z~1.6 Galaxy Clusters
  • Eve Victoria North - Cardiff University
    Poster Title: WISDOM: Do we have it to constrain SMBH masses?
  • Tom Oosterloo - Netherlands Foundation for Radio Astronomy (Dwingeloo) and Kapteyn Institute (Groningen University)
    Talk Title: Properties of the molecular gas in the fast outflow in the Seyfert galaxy IC 5063
  • Mina Pak - Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI)
    Poster Title: Spatially resolved stellar populations in passive spiral galaxies
  • Stephen Pardy - UW-Madison
    Talk Title: On the origin of the Magellanic Stream bifurcation by LMC-SMC interaction
  • Geumsook Park - Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
    Poster Title: On the analysis of Galactic H I shells and supershells using the I-GALFA H I 21-cm line survey
  • Isabel Perez - Universidad de Granada
    Talk Title: Observational constraints to boxy/peanut bulge formation time
  • Nicolas Peschken - Nicolas Copernicus Astronomical Center
    Poster Title: Forming spiral galaxies in gas-rich major mergers : Linking the surface density profiles with angular momentum
  • Gabriele Pezzulli - ETH Zurich
    Talk Title: The dynamics of gas accretion onto star forming galaxies
  • Vincent Picouet - Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Marseille
    Poster Title: Modeling the expected FIREBall-2 UV observations of the CGM emission at z ~ 0.7
  • Nickolas Pingel - West Virginia University
    Poster Title: On the Dearth of Low Column Density HI around the Galaxies of the HALOGAS Survey
  • Alessandro Pizzella - Physics and Astronomy department, Padua University
    Talk Title: Star formation in counter-rotating galaxies. Observations and Simulations
  • Anastasia Ponomareva - RSAA, ANU/Kapteyn
  • Anastasia Ponomareva - ANU/Kapteyn
    Poster Title: Testing small-scale cosmological challenges of ΛCDM using the HI kinematics of field dwarfs
  • Lorenzo Posti - Kapteyn Astronomical Institute
    Talk Title: The angular momentum of galaxies and their haloes as a tracer of galaxy evolution
  • Chris Power - ICRAR/UWA
    Talk Title: Stochastic Feedback in Dwarf Galaxies
  • Mathieu Puech - GEPI - Observatoire de Paris
    Talk Title: Rebuilding local discs with gas-rich major mergers
  • Gerardo Ramón-Fox - University of St. Andrews, UK
    Poster Title: The role of galactic scale flows in the triggering of star formation in spiral galaxies
  • Florent Renaud - Lund Observatory
    Invited Talk
  • Matthew Ridley - University of Oxford
    Poster Title: Constraining the inner Galactic potential with hydrodynamic simulations of the Central Molecular Zone
  • Francesca Rizzo - Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics
    Poster Title: A 3D Bayesian modelling technique: studying the kinematics of lensed galaxies
  • Guido Roberts-Borsani - University College London
    Talk Title: The dichotomy of cold gas inflows and outflows across the SFR-M* plane in the low redshift Universe
  • Myriam Rodrigues - Observatoire de Paris
    Poster Title: Constraining Merger/Disk ratio in the distant Universe: from gas kinematics to a morpho-kinematics approach
  • Michael Rodruck - Pennsylvania State University
  • Emilio Romano-Diaz - Argelander Institute for Astronomy
    Talk Title: ZOMG: Does the halo assembly history influence central galaxies and gas accretion?
  • Rafael Ruggiero - University of São Paulo/University of Zurich
    Poster Title: Idealised simulations of the evolution of cluster galaxies
  • Mohammadtaher Safarzadeh - Arizona State University
    Talk Title: FATE OF GAS RICH SATELLITES IN CLUSTERS
  • Miguel Pereira Santaella - University of Oxford
    Poster Title: Molecular gas dynamics in local (U)LIRGs at sub-kpc scales
  • Francesco Santoro - Kapteyn Institute / ASTRON
    Talk Title: Probing multiphase outflows and AGN feedback in compact radio galaxies.
  • Amy Sardone - West Virginia University
    Poster Title: Initial Results From The Parkes Survey Mapping Extended Gas Around IMAGINE Galaxies
  • Nina Sanches Sartorio - INPE - (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais)
    Poster Title: The imprints of ionising feedback on the gas distribution of star forming regions
  • Satoko Sawada-Satoh - Kagoshima University
    Poster Title: Molecular Absorption Lines as Tracers of the AGN Torus
  • Eva Schinnerer - Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
    Invited Talk
  • Ralph Schoenrich - University of Oxford
    Talk Title: The Role of Gas Flows in Galactic Chemical Evolution
  • Vadim Semenov - The University of Chicago
    Talk Title: The physical origin of long gas depletion times in galaxies
  • Olga K. Silchenko - Sternberg Astronomical Institute of the Lomonosov Moscow State University
    Talk Title: Starforming rings in lenticular galaxies
  • Christine Simpson - HITS
    Talk Title: Quenching and ram pressure stripping of simulated Milky Way satellite galaxies
  • Brianna Smart - University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Talk Title: An Hα survey of the Small Magellanic Cloud with WHAM
  • Mark Smith - University of Oxford
    Poster Title: WISDOM: Modelling molecular gas observations in NGC4429 & NGC4501 to measure the supermassive black hole
  • Bernardo Cervantes Sodi - Instituto de Radioastronomía y Astrofísica - UNAM
    Poster Title: Gas and star formation of barred galaxies
  • Mattia Sormani - Heidelberg University, ZAH
    Talk Title: Unsteady flow makes the Central Molecular Zone asymmetric
  • Kristine Spekkens - Royal Military College of Canada/Queen's University
    Talk Title: Late Accreters or Inefficient Star Formers? The Structure and Dynamics of Gas-Rich Massive Disk Galaxies
  • Tjitske Starkenburg - Center for Computational Astrophysics / Flatiron Institute
    Talk Title: The diverse history of counter-rotating galaxies
  • Kirill Tchernyshyov - Johns Hopkins University
    Talk Title: Mapping flows of gas and dust in the Perseus spiral arm
  • Enrico Di Teodoro - The Australian National University
    Talk Title: The Milky Way's Galactic wind as probed by anomalous HI clouds at the Galactic Center
  • Patricia B. Tissera - Universidad Andres Bello
    Talk Title: The oxygen abundance gradients of galaxies in the EAGLE project
  • Bert Vandenbroucke - University of St Andrews
    Poster Title: CMacIonize: towards radiation hydrodynamics simulations of dwarf galaxy formation
  • Marc Verheijen - University of Groningen
  • Sebastien Viaene - University of Hertfordshire
    Poster Title: NGC 5626: A massive fast rotator with a twist
  • Professor Derek Ward-Thompson - UCLAN
    Talk Title: The effect of the magnetic field on gas locally in the Milky Way Galaxy
  • Rainer Weinberger - Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies
    Talk Title: Quenching of central galaxies in the next generation Illustris simulations
  • Kevin Xu - National Astronomical Observatory of Chinese Academy of Science (NAOC)
    Talk Title: Star Formation in Galaxy Mergers -- Difference between Mixed Pairs and Spiral-Spiral Pairs
  • Tommaso Zana - Università degli Studi dell'Insubria
    Talk Title: Triggers of bar formation: internal or external?
  • Chengpeng Zhang - The Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics (KIAA), Peking University
  • Li Zhi - Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
    Talk Title: Gas flow patterns in barred galaxies
  • Bodo Ziegler - University of Vienna, Department of Astrophysics
    Poster Title: KMOS Galaxy kinematics and star formation properties at the onset of cluster assembly