Scientific Programme

JD14 of the XXVII IAU General Assembly, Rio de Janero, Brasil.

Final  Programme for IAU Joint Discussion JD14 (Coordinating Division VI)

FIR2009: the ISM of Galaxies in the Far-Infrared and Sub-Millimetre

Wednesday 12th August

Session 1: ISM phases and star formation in the Milky Way

1100-1125      Robert Simon (Germany): (I) Examining the PDR-molecular cloud interface at millimetre and infrared wavelengths.

1125–1140     Thomas E. Oberst (USA): (C) A 205 mm [NII] Map of the Carina Nebula

1140–1155     Juan-Pablo Perez-Beaupuits (Netherlands): (C) Warm molecular gas in the Omega Nebula M17SW

1155–1210     Bob Rubin (USA): (C) Spitzer reveals what's behind Orion's Bar

1210–1225      Volker Ossenkopf (Germany/ Netherlands): (C) Atomic carbon in an infrared dark cloud

1225–1230 (P) Poster Highlights:

Lunch

1400-1415      Snezana Stanimirovic (USA): (C) The turbulent interstellar medium: confluence of observations and numerical simulations.

1415–1430     Christoph Federrath (Germany): (C) Solenoidal versus compressive turbulence forcing.

1430–1445     Simon Glover (Germany): (C) Simulating the chemistry and dynamics of molecular clouds.

1445-1510       Douglas Johnstone (Canada): (I) Star formation from submillimetre and infrared surveys.

1510-1525      Magda Vasta (UK): (C) Modelling ionised and photodissociated regions with FIR fine structure emission lines.    

1525-1530       (P) Poster Highlights

Afternoon Tea

Session 2: Nearby Galaxies: Similarities and differences to the Milky Way

1600–1625     Mark Wolfire (USA): (I) The phase structure of the ISM in galaxies

1625–1640      Gary Fuller (UK): (C) The JCMT Spectral Legacy Survey.

1640–1655      Willem Baan (Netherlands): (C) Chemical diagnostics of the nuclear ISM in star-forming galaxies

1655–1720     Monica Rubio (Chile): (I) Star formation and the ISM in the Magellanic Clouds with the new Atacama telescopes.

1720-1730 (P) Poster Highlights

Thursday 13th August

Session 2 (continued): Nearby Galaxies: Similarities and differences to the Milky Way

0900-0915      Caroline Bot (France): (C) The interstellar medium of the Small Magellanic Cloud from the infrared to the millimeter

0915-0930       Min Young-Lee (USA): (C) Infrared "Dark" Clouds in the Small Magellanic Cloud

0930-0945      Serena Viti (UK): (C) Chemical tracers of dense gas in extragalacticenvironments

0945-1010       Jean Turner (USA): (I) Chemistry in nearby galaxies.

1010-1025       Hidehiro Kaneda (Japan): (C) AKARI Far-Infrared View of Nearby Galaxies

1025-1030       (P) Poster Highlights

Morning Tea

1100-1115      Carsten Kramer (Spain): (C) The interplay of gas and stars in M33

1115-1130       Nario Kuno (Japan): (C) NRO Legacy Project: Survey of Giant Molecular Clouds in M33

1130-1145       Alberto Bolatto (USA): (C) Molecular Gas at High Resolution in Nearby Galaxies, and its Relation to Star Formation

Session 3: Galaxies at high redshift

1145-1200      Martin Bureau (UK): (C) Molecular Gas, Star Formation, and Disk Growth in Local Early-Type Galaxies

1200-1215       Fatemeh Tabatabaei (Germany): (C) The Radio-Far-infrared Correlation in Galaxies

1215-1230       (P) Poster Highlights

Friday 14th August

0900-0925      David Elbaz (France): (I) Probing the star formation history of galaxies

0925-0950      Andrew Blain (USA): (I) Evolution and astrophysics of distant ultraluminous dusty galaxies

0950-1015       Francoise Combes (France): (I) Molecular line studies at redshift greater than 1.

1015-1030       Francesco Costagliola (Sweden): (C) Molecular Observations of Luminous IR Galaxies

Morning Tea

1100-1125       Jayaram Chengalur (India): (I) HI searches for DLAs.

1125-1140       Karin Menendez-Delmestre (USA): (C) Submillimeter Galaxies: Extended Star Formation in Massive High-Redshift Galaxies

1140-1155       Estela Reynoso (Argentina): (C) Dust production in supernovae: the case of Kepler's SNR

1155-1210       Kotaro Kohno (Japan): (C) AzTEC-ASTE Survey of Submillimeter Galaxies and Optical/Infrared Properties of Dusty Extreme Starburst Populations in the Early Universe

1210-1225       Dominik Schleicher (Germany): (C) Detecting the first quasars with ALMA and JWST    

1225-1230       Meeting Wrap-up

 

Invited Speakers

Session 1: ISM phases and star formation in the Milky Way.

o    Vincent Minier (France):  Triggered star formation and its effect on the interstellar medium.

o    Robert Simon (Germany): Examining the PDR-molecular cloud interface at millimetre and infrared wavelengths.

o    Douglas Johnstone (Canada) Star formation from submillimetre and infrared surveys.

Session 2: Nearby Galaxies: Similarities and differences to the Milky Way

09:00 - 10:30 hr

o    Monica Rubio (Chile): Star formation and the ISM in the Magellanic Clouds with the new Atacama telescopes.

o    Jean Turner (US): Chemistry in nearby galaxies.

o    Mark Wolfire (UK): The phase structure of the ISM in galaxies

Session 3 Galaxies at high redshift

o    Francoise Combes (France): Molecular line studies at redshift greater than 1.

o    David Elbaz (France): Probing the star formation history of galaxies

o    Jayaram Chengalur (India): HI searches for DLAs.

 

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