Elena D'Onghia (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
The Structure and Dynamics of the Milky Way Stellar Disk
Cameron Bell (AIP)
A revised age scale for young Galactic clusters
Tim Beers (University of Notre Dame)
Carbon in the Early Universe and Observational Constraints on First-Star Nucleosynthesis
Aline Vidotto (Trinity College Dublin)
Stellar magnetic activity and their effects on planets (and vice-versa)
Adriana Mancini Pires (AIP)
The missing links of neutron star evolution in the eROSITA era
Meetu Verma (AIP)
Multi-wavelength observations of the solar active regions: formation and decay
Kathryn Kreckel (MPIA Heidelberg)
The ISM in Nearby Galaxies: An Optical IFU Perspective
Tim Birks (University of Bath, UK)
Optical fibres for astrophotonics
Marius Cautun (Durham University)
The Galactic satellites: a problem for LCDM?
Mahmoudreza Oshagh (University Goettingen)
Impact of stellar surface inhomogeneities on the determination of exoplanet's parameters
Haimin Wang (NJIT/Big Bear Solar Observatory)
Recent Research Results with 1.6m New Solar Telescope at Big Bear
L.C. Popovic (Astronomical Observatory, Belgrade)
Spectropolarimetry of Type 1 AGNs: AGN central structure and mass of black hole
Chervin Laporte (Columbia University)
The response of the Milky Way to the Large Magellanic Cloud and Sagittarius
GLOW, German LOng Wavelength Consortium
Mini-Workshop "Recent Progress in Radio"
Elena D'Onghia (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
The Origin and Fate of the Magellanic Stream
Claudia Reinlein (Fraunhofer Institute Jena)
Active and Adaptive Optics at the Fraunhofer IOF
Marco Potenza and Mirko Siano (University of Milano)
From light scattering to hyperspectral imaging: optical analogical simulations
Marco Potenza and Mirko Siano (University of Milano)
Wavefront characterization of partially coherent light
Sabyasachi Chattopadhyay (IUCAA, Pune, India)
DOTIFS - a multi-deployable fibre-fed IFU Spectrograph
Alexander Kolodzig (Kavli Institute, Beijing)
Can AGN, galaxy clusters, and WHIM explain the surface brightness fluctuations of the cosmic X-ray background?
Carolina von Essen (SAC at Aarhus University, Denmark)
Looking deeper into exoplanet atmospheres: improved model for transmission spectroscopy owed to high resolution spectroscopy.
Travis Metcalfe
The rotation and magnetic activity of Kepler field stars
Rebecca McElroy (The University of Sydney)
Investigating the host galaxies of luminous AGN in the local universe with integral field spectroscopy
Reza Moetazedian (Heidelberg)
Importance of satellites infall on the Milky Way disc's dynamics
Chris Brook (IAC, Tenerife)
Abundance Matching in the Local Volume
Kevin Schawinski (ETH, Zurich)
Supermassive black holes: from deep fields to deep minds
Carlos Frenk (ICC, Durham)
A conclusive test of cold dark matter
Alessandra Buonanno (Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam)
The New Era of Precision Gravitational-Wave Astrophysics
Jochen Liske (Hamburg)
The low-redshift universe as seen by the Galaxy And Mass Assembly survey
Karen Masters (ICG, Portsmouth)
Constraints on Galaxy Evolution from Galaxy Morphology
Smitha Subramanian (KIAA, Beijing)
Mapping the Magellanic Clouds in 3D to trace their interaction history
Philipp Richter (Uni Potsdam)
The circumgalactic gaseous environment of the Milky Way and other low-redshift galaxies
Aleksandr Mosenkov (Ghent University Belgium)
Structural properties of edge-on galaxies
Mirko Krumpe (AIP)
Clustering measurements of Active Galactic Nuclei
Frederick Gent (Aalto University Finland)
Supernova driven turbulence: Magnetic field and multiphase structure of the interstellar medium
Jake D. Turner (University of Virginia)
The search for radio emission from exoplanets using LOFAR low-frequency beam-formed observations
Vardha Bennert (Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo)
The Origin of the Black Hole Mass Scaling Relations
Alexei Pevtsov (National Solar Observatory, USA and University of Oulu, Finland)
“Old” data – new science or why do we need long-term synoptic programs
Stefano Minardi (AIP)
Integrated astrophotonics
In Sung Jang (AIP)
The tip of the red giant branch distances to type Ia supernova host galaxies and the Hubble constant
Mark Miesch (High Altitude Observatory)
Cycle Variability and Surface Flux Transport in a 3D Babcock-Leighton Solar Dynamo Model
Federico Lelli (ESO)
Structure and Dynamics of Nearby Galaxies
Scott Gregory (St Andrews)
The coronal genealogy of low-mass stars
Sofia Randich - INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri
Open star clusters in Gaia and the Gaia-ESO Survey: a revolution in stellar physics and stellar age determination
Christoph Pfrommer (AIP)
How cosmic rays shape galaxies
Gaitee Hussain (ESO)
Stellar magnetic activity in young Suns
Harald Pfeiffer (AEI Golm)
Gravitational waves from the second observing run of LIGO and Virgo
Igor Soszynski (Warsaw)
One Million Variable Stars from the OGLE Survey
Pratika Dayal (Groningen, The Netherlands)
The first billion years of galaxy formation
Reinhard Genzel (MPE)
The formation and evolution of star forming galactic disks
Michiel van Noort (MPS)
Image restoration of solar data using multi frame blind deconvolution
Petri Käpylä (AIP)
Resurrecting the turbulent dynamo: starspots without flux tubes
Jochen Greiner (MPE Garching)
The gravitational wave detection of a binary neutron star merger: expectations, surprises, and prospects
Christoffer Karoff (Aarhus University)
Using Sun-like stars and radio carbon to understand past solar activity
Nader Haghigipour (IfA - Hawaii)
Modern Simulations of Terrestrial Planet Formation and Origin of Earth's Water
Ann Mao (MPIfR, Germany)
Detecting magnetic fields in distant galaxies with broadband radio polarimetry
Wolf-Rainer Hamann
Massive stars, winds, feedback, gravitational wave progenitors
Shaun Cole (ICC, Durham, UK)
The DESI Bright Galaxy Survey
Michelle Collins (University of Surrey, UK)
Using the faintest galaxies as probes of dark matter and galaxy evolution
Fritz Roepke (HITS, Germany)
Models and simulations for Type Ia supernovae
Christoph Kuckein (AIP)
Solar flares: a case study of the 2013 May 17 flare
Viviane Pierrard (Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)
The influence of the solar wind on the space environment of the Earth
Vincent Martinez (Observatori Astronòmic de la Universitat de València)
Galaxy correlations at the smallest and at the largest scales
Sean Matt (Exeter)
Developing a Standard Model for the Rotation and Magnetic Activity of Sun-Like Stars
Daniel Müller (European Space Agency / ESTEC (SCI-S))
Solar Orbiter — Exploring the Sun-Heliosphere Connection
Florian Niederhofer (AIP)
The Magellanic Clouds - Discovering our Neighbours
Philipp Gast (AIP)
Pre-stellar core formation in supernova remnant-cloud interactions
Stephan Geier (Uni Potsdam)
Hot subdwarf stars in the Gaia era
Philipp Gast (AIP)
Formation of dense gas cores due to supernova remnant-cloud interactions
Robin Shelton (University of Georgia USA)
High Velocity Clouds of Gas Traveling into and through Galaxies
Sebastian Sanchez
From Global to Local properties in galaxies
Gongbo Zhao (NAOC, China)
Understanding the cosmic acceleration using large scale structure surveys
Polychronis Papaderos (Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço, CAUP, University of Porto)
FADO: a novel spectral population synthesis tool for the exploration of galaxy evolution by means of genetic optimization under self-consistency boundary conditions
Timothy Davis
The dark hearts of galaxies: Molecules as dynamical probes of galaxy evolution
Jan-Torge Schindler (University of Arizona)
The Extremely Luminous Quasar Survey (ELQS)
Alice Quillen (University of Rochester, USA)
Astro Visco-elastodynamics: Cracking moons and spin and obliquity evolution in tidally evolving and migrating satellite and planetary systems
Alice Quillen (University of Rochester, USA)
Astro Visco-elastodynamics: Cracking moons and spin and obliquity evolution in tidally evolving and migrating satellite and planetary systems
Robin Kooistra (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)
Detecting HI 21 cm emission from the IGM in large scale filaments with current and future radio telescopes
Rolf Kuiper (University of Tuebingen)
Recycling of Embedded Planets??? First Atmospheres
Alexis P. Rouillard (Institute of Research in Astrophysics and Planetology, Univeristy of Toulouse, France)
Modelling and data analysis support for Solar Orbiter and the future heliophysics observatory
Max Gronke (University of Oslo, Norway)
Towards a theoretical understanding of Lyman-alpha observables
Ewald Puchwein (Cambridge University, UK)
Cosmic reionization and the thermal history of the intergalactic medium: Confronting simulations with the latest Lyman-alpha forest, Lyman-alpha emitter and CMB data
Ines Juvan (Space Research Institute Graz, Austria)
Determining the spin-orbit alignment for an extra-solar super-Earth
Emma de Ona Wilhelmi (Institut de Ciencies de l'Espai)
An energy cutoff in the TeV gamma ray spectrum of the SNR Cassiopeia A
Morten Bache (DTU Copenhagen)
Ultrafast nonlinear optics with quadratic nonlinearities: prospects for integrated photonics
Rainer Weinberger (HITS)
AGN Feedback in Cosmological Simulations
Rob Grand (HITS)
Disc formation and evolution in cosmological simulations of Milky Way analogues
Marina Battaglia (Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Windisch, Switzerland)
Multi-wavelength observations of electron acceleration and chromospheric response in solar flares
Daniel Hölck (Durham University)
CHOUGH, the Durham high-order AO instrument
Eduard Muslimov (Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille)
Optical design challenges: from mass-production of optical devices to high-precision instruments for scientific research
Diego Bossini (Padova Observatory, INAF)
Asteroseismology of Red Giant Stars: a Tool for Determining Stellar Properties
Rahul Kannan (Einstein Fellow, Harvard)
Arepo-RT : Radiation hydrodynamics on a moving mesh

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