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MT Thermometer:
Magnetic Fields or Turbulence:
Which is the critical factor for the formation of stars and planetary disks?
February 6-9, 2018
National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
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Total number: 113
1 Yusuke Aso 麻生有佑 ASIAA
[Poster] ALMA observations of Class 0 protostars reveal disk growth in Serpens Main
2 Sayantan Auddy Sayantan Auddy University of Western Ontario, Canada
[Oral] The Effect of Magnetic Fields and Ambipolar Diffusion on the Column Density Probability Distribution Function in Molecular Clouds
3 Kiehunn Bach Yonsei University
[Poster] From Spectroscopic Abundance Analysis to Radiation-Hydrodynamics of the 0.8 Msun Star
4 Shantanu Basu Western University
[Keynote] Theory of Magnetic Fields in Star and Disk Formation
5 Anthony Beasley NRAO
[Invited] Introducing ngVLA
6 Shankar Bhattarai Tribhuvan University
[Poster] Interpretation of Double Langmuir Probe I-V Characteristics at Different Ionospheric Plasma Temperatures
7 Blakesley Burkhart Harvard
[Invited] Turbulent Beginnings: A Predictive Theory of Star Formation in the Interstellar Medium
8 Vianey Camacho Instituto de Radioastronomía y Astrofísica UNAM
[Oral] Energy balance between turbulence and gravity in simulations of molecular cloud fragmentation.
[Poster] The effect of Ambipolr Diffusion in disk fragmentation and star formation
10 Miljenko Cemeljic 席門傑 Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland
[Oral] Diffusion of magnetic field and outflows from star-disk magnetosphere
11 Eswaraiah Chakali 蔡音協 National Tsing Hua University (NTHU)
[Oral] Magnetic fields at the footprints of the filament hosting bipolar bubbles using JCMT/SCUBAPOL2 - a case study of S201
12 Heonyoung Chang Kyungpook National University
13 Tzu-Hsiang Chao 趙子翔 National Taiwan University
14 Che-Yu Chen 陳哲聿 University of Virginia
[Oral] Formation of Magnetized Prestellar Cores in Turbulent Clouds
15 Ke-Jung Chen 陳科榮 ASIAA
16 Vivien Chen National Tsing Hua University
[Oral] Magnetic Field in Massive Protoclusters
17 Pou Ieng Cheong 張寶瑩 NTHU
[Poster] ALMA Observations of Spiral Accretion Flows Towards Extremely Young Protostars
18 Abraham C.-L. Chian University of Adelaide, Australia
[Oral] Intermittency and magnetic reconnections in interstellar and interplanetary turbulence
19 Tao-Chung Ching Tao-Chung Ching National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC)
20 Chau Ching Chiong ASIAA
[Poster] New 7mm Receiver for Nobeyama 45-m Telescope with Capability to Observe Three Zeeman Lines Simultaneously
21 Cindy Chiu LOC, ASIAA
22 Yi-Long Chiu 邱羿櫳 National Tsing Hua University
23 You-Hua Chu 朱有花 ASIAA
24 Dan Clemens Boston University
[Oral] Starlight Polarimetry and Thermal Dust Emission Polarimetry versus Zeeman Effect B-Field Strengths: Progress and Plans
25 Erin Cox University of Illinois
[Oral] Using SOFIA to Connect the Large and Small Scale Magnetic Fields in the IRAS 4 Region
26 Richard Crutcher University of Illinois
[Keynote] Observations of Magnetic Fields in Star Formation Regions
27 Maria Cunningham University of New South Wales
28 Hao-Yuan Duan 段皓元 National Tsing Hua University
[Poster] Searching the First Hydrostatic Cores in the Perseus Molecular Cloud
29 Le Duc thong Institute for Computational Science
[Poster] Updated constraints on variations of the fine-structure constant using absorption line multiplets in the early universe
30 Adham El-batal Boston University
[Poster] The Magnetic Field Structure of W3
31 Edith Falgarone Ecole Normale Supérieure and Observatoire de Paris
[Invited] Magnetic fields and turbulence in the diffuse interstellar medium
32 Laura Fissel National Radio Astronomy Observatory
[Invited] Magnetic Fields in Molecular Cloud Formation: A BLASTPol Polarization Study of Vela C
33 Gary Fuller The University of Manchester
34 Josep Miquel Girart Institute of Space Sciences (IEEC-CSIC)
[Oral] Magnetic fields in protoplanetary disks: how to measure them?
35 Diego Gonzalez-casanova University of Wisconsin - Madison
[Oral] Tracing magnetic fields in the galaxy using the Velocity Gradient Technique
36 Qilao Gu 顧琦烙 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[Poster] Are all dense clouds perpendicular to their interstellar magnetic field directions?
37 Zitan Guo 郭子覃 the Chinese University of Hong Kong
[Oral] The link between Magnetic-field Orientation and Star Formation Rates: From a simulation prospective
38 Yasuhiro Hasegawa JPL/Caltech
[Oral] Magnetically Induced Disk Winds and Transport in the HL Tau Disk
39 Patrick Hennebelle CEA Saclay
[Oral] The critical role of magnetic field for the formation of protoplanetary disk formation
40 naomi Hirano 平野 尚美 ASIAA
[Poster] Probing the earliest stage of protostellar evolution — from "pre-Class 0" to "Class 0"
41 Thiem Hoang KASI and UST
[Oral] Can we trace magnetic fields via polarized infrared emission from PAHs?
42 Chenghan Hsieh National Tsing Hua University
43 Tien-Hao Hsieh 謝天晧 Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA)
[Poster] The early-phase protostellar disk around the VeLLO, IRAS16253-2429
44 Shirley Huang LOC, ASIAA
45 Chat Hull 晴 茶都 NAOJ/ALMA
[Invited] Using ALMA to reveal the impact of turbulence, magnetic fields, and outflow feedback on low-mass star formation
46 YUNA Jo Kyungpook National University
47 Bethany Jones University of Manchester
[Poster] The Evolutionary Status of Methanol Maser Sources
48 Paul Jones University of New South Wales - Visiting Fellow
49 Ji-hyun Kang Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
[Oral] ALMA methanol maser polarimetry toward a massive star forming region, G10.34-0.14
50 Akimasa Kataoka 片岡 章雅 National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
[Oral] Millimeter-wave polarization of protoplanetary disks: alignment or scattering?
51 Jens Kauffmann Haystack Observatory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
[Oral] New Views on Turbulence: The Riddle of Gravitational Binding in the Disk and Center of the Milky Way
52 Junghee Kim Kyungpook National University
53 Kibeom Kim Kyungpook National University
[Poster] Evaporation of a proto-planets in the proto-accretion disk
54 Chia-Lin Ko 柯嘉琳 National Taiwan Normal University
55 Patrick Koch ASIAA
[Oral] High-Resolution ALMA Magnetic Field Observations in W51
56 Nanda Kumar Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences, Porto
[Oral] Variability in young high-mass stars: a new window to star-disk-magnetosphere studies
57 Woojin Kwon Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
[Oral] Magnetic Fields of Class 0 Young Stellar Objects
58 Shih-Ping Lai 賴詩萍 National Tsing Hua University
[Oral] ALMA Observations of Magnetic Fields around Young Protostar NGC 1333 IRAS 4A
59 Chi Yan Law Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
[Poster] The Link between Magnetic-field Orientations and fragmentation in molecular cloud
60 Alex Lazarian University of Wisconsin-Madison
[Invited] Study of Magnetic fields with velocity gradients
61 Chang Won Lee KASI
[Poster] An ALMA Identification of L328-IRS as a Proto-Brown Dwarf?
62 Chin-Fei Lee ASIAA
[Oral] ALMA Dust Polarization Observations of Nearly Edge-On Protostellar disks
63 Yong-Hee Lee Kyung Hee University
[Poster] Comparison of N-PDFs derived from continuum and line emission toward Orion A
64 Yueh-Ning Lee 李悅寧 IPGP
[Oral] Turbulence, magnetic field, and thermodynamics: what determines the IMF?
65 Hua-bai Li CUHK
[Invited] The Tai Chi in Star Formation
66 Zhi-Yun Li University of Virginia
[Invited] Disk Polarization in the ALMA Era
67 Li-Wen Liao 廖俐雯 NTHU
[Poster] Resolving High Velocity Components in NGC2023 MM1 Outflows
68 Min-Kai Lin 林明楷 ASIAA
[Poster] Lifting dust particles in protoplanetary disks by the vertical shear instability
69 Sheng-Jun Lin 林聖鈞 National Tsing Hua University
[Poster] Dating a prestellar core: L1512
70 Hauyu Baobab Liu 呂浩宇 European Southern Observatory (ESO)
[Invited] Perspectives about (polarization) observations using ALMA Band 1
71 Sheng-Yuan Liu ASIAA
72 Tie Liu 刘铁 EAO/JCMT, KASI
[Oral] Pinched magnetic field in a massive and quiescent filament
73 Susana Lizano IRyA, UNAM
[Invited] Magnetized Protoplanetary Disks
74 Leslie Looney University of Illinois
[Oral] Polarized Light toward the Circumstellar Disk of HL Tau
75 Sergio Martin University of Oxford
[Oral] Magneto-thermo-turbulent star formation in cosmic zoom-in spiral galaxies
76 Anaëlle Maury CEA Astrophysics department, Paris-Saclay University
[Invited] Magnetically regulated collapse in the B335 protostar ? ALMA observations and MHD models
77 Philip Mocz Princeton University
[Oral] Magneto- and turbulent regimes of star formation
78 Giles Novak Northwestern University
[Oral] Early results from HAWC+/SOFIA: far-IR polarization mapping of Rho Oph A at 89 and 155 microns
79 Satoshi Ohashi 大橋 聡史 RIKEN
[Oral] ALMA polarization observations toward the protoplanetary disk around HD 142527
80 Fernando Olguin choupay National Tsing Hua University
[Poster] Inner envelope rotation of the massive YSO GL 2591
81 Anil Pandey ARIES, Manora Peak, Nainital - 263001, Uttarakhand, India
[Poster] Star formation in Auriga region
82 Kate Pattle National Tsing Hua University
[Oral] Grain Alignment in the Ophiuchus Molecular Cloud
83 Thushara Pillai MPIfR
[Invited] POLSTAR survey: Magnetic fields in Pristine to Cluster Forming Filaments
84 RAMPRASAD Prajapati Guru Ghasidas Central University Bilaspur India
[Poster] Influence of Neutrino Beam on The Jeans Instability in Magnetized Degenerate Dense Stars
85 Ramprasad Rao ASIAA Hawaii
[Oral] Does Scattering Contaminate Magnetic Field Observations in Star Forming Regions?
86 Bo-Ting Shen 沈柏廷 NTU
87 Kazuhiro Shima Hokkaido University
[Oral] The effect of photoionising feedback on star formation in isolated and colliding turbulent clouds
88 Amit Singh 沈艾銘 National Chiao Tung University
89 Archana Soam Korea Astronomy & Space Science Institute
[Oral] Magnetic fields in the near vicinity of a Very Low Luminosity Object L1521F-IRS
90 Juan Diego Soler Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
[Oral] What are we learning from the relative orientation between density structures and the magnetic field in molecular clouds?
91 Yu-Nung Su ASIAA
92 Ya-Wen Tang 湯雅雯 ASIAA
[Oral] Evidence of material channeled by magnetic field in the infrared dark cloud G34.43? A Comparison between Magnetic Field, Turbulence, and Gravity
93 Carlos Tapia IRyA, UNAM
[Poster] Vertical structure and emission of magnetized acretion disk aroud young stars
94 Richard Teague University of Michigan
[Oral] A Spatially Resolved Search for Turbulence in TW Hya
95 Charles Telesco University of Florida
[Oral] Determining Magnetic Field Morphologies in Young Stellar Disks and their Environments with CanariCam 10-micron Polarimetry at the 10-m Gran Telescopio Canarias
96 Travis Thieme 陸哲軒 National Tsing Hua University
98 Aris Tritsis Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University
[Oral] The Musca molecular cloud: An interstellar symphony
99 Miikka Väisälä 韋米卡 Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics
[Poster] A Comparison of Synthetic Polarization Maps of Supernova-Driven Turbulence with Planck Observations
100 Valeska Valdivia Département d'Astrophysique/CEA-Saclay
[Oral] Polarized dust emission in Young Stellar Objects. Observational and Theoretical approaches.
101 Enrique Vazquez-semadeni IRyA UNAM
[Oral] Not turbulence nor magnetic fields: just global hierarchical collapse of clouds.
102 Jia-Wei Wang 王嘉瑋 National Tsing Hua University
[Oral] Magnetic Fields from Filamentary Clouds to Hub-Filament System in IC5146 Cloud Complex
103 Benjamin Wu 吳秉真 National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
[Oral] How galactic dynamics affect magnetic fields and turbulence: a look at GMC collisions
104 Ya-Lin Wu University of Arizona
[Poster] Low Radio Flux of Planet-mass Companions: Compact Circumplanetary Disks?
105 James Wurster University of Exeter
[Oral] Non-ideal magnetic fields in protostar formation
106 Jinjin Xie University of Manchester
107 Siyao Xu Hubble fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison
[Oral] On the formation of parallel and perpendicular filaments in the turbulent interstellar medium
108 Ram Kesh Yadav NARIT, Thailand
[Poster] Young stellar population and physical conditions in star forming mid-infrared bubbles
109 You-Ting Yeh 葉祐廷 National Tsing Hua University (NTHU)
110 Hyeong-Sik Yun Kyung Hee University
[Oral] Turbulent Properties in Star-Forming Molecular Clouds: Molecular Line Mapping with High-Velocity Resolution Using TRAO
111 Qizhou Zhang Qizhou Zhang Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
[Invited] Magnetic fields and massive star formation
112 Yapeng Zhang Yapeng ZHANG The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[Oral] Probing cloud magnetic-field morphology from Atacama Desert with “APol”
113 Hans Zinnnecker retired, but still loosely affiliated to Deutsches SOFIA Institute