Multiwavelength Dissection of Galaxies: Program

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The Conference Program is the following:

Program of MDG15 Conference

 

Invited (I) or Review (R) talks: 25 minutes (20 + 5 min)

Contributed talks: 15 min (12 + 3 min)

Short student talks: 10 min (8 + 2 min)

 

The list of contributed talks is:

Name Surname Country Talk
Borja Anguiano Australia Globular cluster members as testbeds for Galactic surveys
Yago Ascasibar Spain The (resolved) 'main sequence' of galaxy formation
Kaushala Bandara Germany The KMOS-3D Survey: Tracking the Evolution of Resolved Kinematics and Star-Formation from Redshift 0.7 to 2.5
Danielle Berg USA Results from CHAOS: Implications of Electron Temperature Discrepancies
Rebecca Blackwell Australia The Central Molecular Zone: Our Galactic Nucleus Up Close in CO
Jessica Bloom Australia The SAMI Galaxy Survey: Asymmetry in Gas Kinematics
Catherine Braiding Australia Using CO to trace the "dark'' gas and spiral arms of the Milky Way
Sarah Brough Australia How greedy are Brightest Cluster Galaxies?
Michael Brown Australia Revised Calibration of Star Formation Rate Indicators
David Carton Netherlands Resolving the metallicity gradients of intermediate redshift galaxies with MUSE
Gerald Cecil USA Dynamical M/L & Common Bar Gas Signatures
Matthew Colless Australia Dissecting galaxies with ELTs
Elisabete da Cunha Australia MAGPHYS: Modelling the ultraviolet-to-infrared spectral energy distributions of galaxies
Rebecca Davies Australia Violent Competition or Harmonious Synergy? A 3D perspective on the Starburst-AGN Connection
Adriana de Lorenzo-Caceres UK The stellar and gas content of double bars unveiled by optical 3D spectroscopy
Helga Denes Australia What is stripping HI-deficient galaxies in groups?
Ralf-Juergen Dettmar Germany A multiwavelength view of the disk-halo interface in spiral galaxies
Aaron Dotter Australia MESA Isochrones and Stellar Tracks (MIST): A new tool for dissecting stellar populations
Miroslav Filipovic Australia Multi-frequency surveys of Magellanic Clouds
David Fisher Australia Massive, gas rich, turbulent disk galaxies in the nearby Universe
Claire-Elise Green Australia Dense, circum-nuclear molecular gas in starburst galaxies
Brent Groves Australia Dissecting the ISM Heating and Cooling in Nearby Galaxies
Maren Hempel Chile Globular Cluster Systems or why do we care about colour gradients on small AND large scales
I-Ting Ho USA Galactic winds in the local Universe as revealed by the SAMI Galaxy Survey
Lindsay Holmes Canada Characterizing the kinematics of bars in CALIFA galaxies
Bernd Husemann Germany The Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS)
Elaina Hyde Australia The Sagittarius Stream and Core: Structures Extraordinaire
Megan Johnson Australia The Stellar and Gas Kinematics of Three LITTLE THINGS
Evelyn Johnston Chile Spectroscopic decomposition of bulge and disc star-formation histories
Prajwal Kafle Australia Edge of the Milky Way stellar halo: are we there yet?
Amy Kimbal Australia Probing the early Universe with sub-millimeter observations of quasar host galaxies
Cornelia Lang USA The Magnetized Interstellar Medium in the Center of the Milky Way (and Beyond)
Federico Lelli USA Gas Dynamics in Low-Mass Galaxies: from Starbursts to Tidal Dwarf Galaxies
Sarah Leslie Australia Star formation in nearby galaxies: combining IFS and radio data
Angel Lopez-Sanchez Australia Dwarf star-forming galaxies and the assembly of spiral galaxies
Katharina Lutz Australia The HIX galaxy survey
Rebeca McElroy Australia Kinematics of luminous type II AGN
Kristen McQuinn USA Are We Correctly Measuring Star-Formation Rates? A Multi-wavelength Perspective from STARBIRDS
Anne Medling Australia Shocks in SAMI Galaxies
Jairo Mendez Abreu UK Insights into the evolution of S0 galaxies using the CALIFA survey
Michael Opitsch Germany The detailed stellar and gas kinematics in the central region of M31
Matt Owers Australia The SAMI Galaxy Survey: Cluster properties and the impact on galaxy star formation
Gabriele Pezzulli Italy A direct estimate of the radial growth of stellar discs
Richard Pogge USA Measuring the chemical abundances of nearby spiral galaxies with CHAOS
Lorenzo Posti Italy Action-based multi-components equilibrium models for CALIFA's galaxies
Attila Popping Australia First results of the COSMOS HI Large Extragalactic Survey (CHILES)
Michael Pracy Australia The kinematics, stellar populations and gas content of E+A galaxies
Alireza Rahmati Switzerland IGM and CGM in the EAGLE simulation
David Rebolledo Australia Scaling relations of CO resolved structures in nearby spiral galaxies, and what we can learn from the Carina Nebula
Adam Schaefer Australia Environmental quenching of star formation with SAMI
Julia Scharwaechter France The ultra-massive black hole in NGC 1277 probed via CO kinematics and multi-wavelength analysis
Nicholas Scott Australia Stellar metallicity gradients as a function of mass, morphology and environment
Paolo Serra Australia HI discs in real and simulated fast- and slow rotators
Maryam Shirazi Switzerland The spatial distribution of star formation in distant and nearby galaxies
Jeffrey Simpson Australia Searching extra-tidal stars of globular clusters with the GALAH survey
Edward Taylor Australia Quenching: I do not think it means what you think it means...
Matthew Taylor Chile SCABS: A Survey of Centaurus A's Baryonic Structures
Thorsten Tepper-García Australia The origin of the mysterious H-alpha emission along the Magellanic Stream
Laura Toribio San Cipriano Spain Carbon abundances and radial gradients in nearby spiral galaxies
Jesse van de Sande Australia The Relation between Dynamical Mass-to-Light ratio and Color for Massive Quiescent Galaxies
Frederic Vogt Australia A WiFeS & MUSE view of HCG 91c: pre-processing caught in the act?
Jing Wang Australia Islands of star formation in the large HI disk of ESO215-G?009
Coral Wheeler USA Hunting for the Smallest Substructures: Ultrafaint Galaxies as Satellites of Known Local Group Dwarfs
Angus Wright Australia GAMA: MAGPHYS analysis of 221,000 galaxies
Tye Young Australia Multi-Wavelength Properties of Dwarf Galaxies in the Local Volume

 

All abstracts for contributed talks that are not listed here have been accepted by the SOC as poster presentations.

 

The list of posters is:

Number Name Surname Country Poster
01 Borja Anguiano Australia GALAH + CoRoT: where high-resolution spectroscopy meet asteroseismology
02 Christina Baldwin Australia Early-Type Galaxy Stellar Populations in the Near-Infrared
03 Fuyan Bian Australia Local Analogs for High-redshift Galaxies: Resembling the Physical Conditions of the Interstellar Medium in High-redshift Galaxy
04 David Carton Netherlands Is gas-phase metallicity in a local star-formation regulated equilibrium? 
05 Kathryne Daniel USA Constraints on the Efficiency of Radial Migration in Spiral Galaxies
06 Oleg Egorov Russia Multiwavelength study of NGC 4068 galaxy
07 Oleg Egorov Russia Ionized supershells inside the supergiant HI shells in nearby Irr galaxies
08 Lluis Galbany Chile SN environmental studies in the CALIFA survey
09 Gregory Goldstein Australia Clumpy Star Formation in Dwarf Galaxies
10 Andrew Green Australia Kinematics of Star Formation in Evolving Galaxies
11 Andrew Green Australia Writing Software in Teams
12 Claire-Elise Green Australia Intensity ratios: a cautionary tale
13 Brent Groves Australia Dust as a tracer of gas mass
14 Amanda Heiderman USA Star Formation Rate and Gas Relations in the Arp 299 Merger from the VIXENS Survey
15 Josh Marvil Australia Radio continuum observations of starburst galaxies
16 Brendan McMonigal Australia Sailing under the Magellanic Stream: A DECam View of Carina
17 Daniel Miralles Caballero Spain A survey of Wolf-Rayet populations in galaxies via IFS using CALIFA data
18 Amanda Moffett Australia Galaxy Bulge and Disk Evolution in the Environmental Context 
19 Abdias Morales Mexico The star formation-AGN connection from the CALIFA survey perspective
20 Manuel Emilio Moreno-Raya Spain Dependence of SNe Ia absolute magnitudes on the host galaxies' elemental gas-phase abundances
21 Rob Sharp Australia High-cadence high-resolution imaging beyond one micron
22 Sarah Sweet Australia An adaptive optics view of the morphological evolution of galaxies during 1 < z < 2
23 Ryan Tanner USA Galactic Winds Radiating to 10 K: Gas Properties at Different Mass Loadings and Mechanical Luminosities
24 Ross Turner Australia Decoding the physics of radio Active Galactic Nuclei
25 Angus Wright Australia LAMBDAR: Lambda Adaptive Multi-Band Deblending Algorithm in R

 

Last updated on 19 May 2015 - 4:00 pm

 

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