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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
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10:30 AM-12:30 PM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.1. FM 7: Evolution and Atmospheres of Massive Stars, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Amanda Karakas, Amanda.Karakas@anu.edu.au, Australian National University
10:30-10:50 AMFM7.1.01. Evolution of massive single stars with rotation G. Meynet
10:50-11:00 AMFM7.1.02. The nuclear path of the CNO cycles in massive stars N. Przybilla; M. Nieva; A. Maeder; G. Meynet
The nuclear path of the CNO cycles in massive stars
11:00-11:20 AMFM7.1.03. New PARSEC database of alpha enhanced stellar evolutionary tracks and isochrones for Gaia X. Fu
New PARSEC database of Alpha-enhanced stellar evolutionary tracks and isochromes for Gaia
11:20-11:30 AMFM7.1.04. Two-dimensional models of fast rotating early-type stars M. Rieutord
Two-dimensional models of early-type fast rotating stars
11:30-11:50 AMFM7.1.05. Evolution of Massive Binary Stars S. de Mink
11:50-12:00 PMFM7.1.06. Characterizing Blue Straggler Star Populations in Globular Clusters using HST Photometric Survey Data and Spectroscopy M. Simunovic; T.H. Puzia
12:00-12:20 PMFM7.1.07. Spectra of hot stars D. Hillier
12:20-12:30 PMFM7.1.08. High-precision spectroscopy of late-type stars with threedimensional model stellar atmospheres R. Collet
Spectroscopy with 3D model stellar atmospheres of late-type stars
2:00 PM-3:30 PM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.2. FM 7: Evolution and Atmospheres of Low- and Intermediate Mass Stars, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Daniel Thomas, daniel.thomas@port.ac.uk, University of Portsmouth
2:00-2:15 PMFM7.2.01. Unsolved Problems in the Evolution of Low-Mass Stars A. Dotter
2:15-2:25 PMFM7.2.02. New Theory of Stellar Convection without the mixinglength parameter: new stellar atmosphere models S. Pasetto; C. Chiosi; M. Cropper; E.K. Grebel
New theory of stellar convection without the mixing-length parameter new stellar atmosphere models
2:25-2:40 PMFM7.2.03. Convective mixing in intermediate mass stars A. Bressan
Convective mixing in intermediate mass stars
2:40-3:00 PMFM7.2.04. Production and Recycling of Carbon in the Early Galactic Halo J. Andersen
The production and recycling of carbon in the early galactic halo
3:00-3:20 PMFM7.2.05. Approaching a Physical Calibration of the AGB Phase P. Marigo
3:20-3:30 PMFM7.2.06. The carbon star adventure: modelling atmospheres of a set of C-rich AGB stars G. Rau; C. Paladini; J. Hron; B. Aringer; K. Erikssonn; M. Groenewegen
The carbon stars adventure
4:00 PM-6:00 PM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.3. FM 7: Stars as the Agents of Chemical Evolution in Galaxies I , Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Natascha Foerster Schreiber, forster@mpe.mpg.de, Max-Planck-Institut fuer extraterrestrische Physik
4:00-4:30 PMFM7.3.01. Stellar yields - models and observations A. Karakas
Stellar yields - theory and observations
4:30-4:45 PMFM7.3.02. Monash Chemical Yields Project (MonXey) - Element production in low- and intermediate-mass stars of metallicities Z = 0 to 0.04 C.L. Doherty; J. Lattanzio; G. Angelou; S.W. Campbell; R. Church; T. Constantino; S. Cristallo; P. Gil-Pons; A. Karakas; M. Lugaro; R.J. Stancliffe
The Monash Chemical Yields Project (MonXey)
4:45-5:05 PMFM7.3.03. Dust formation in evolved stars and supernovae: new advances and unsolved problems I. Cherchneff
5:05-5:20 PMFM7.3.04. Circumstellar Dust Around AGB Stars and Implications for Infrared Emission From Galaxies A. Villaume; C. Conroy; B. Johnson
Implications of including AGB dust in SPS models
5:20-5:40 PMFM7.3.05. Interstellar Dust Properties in Local Group Galaxies K. Gordon
5:40-5:55 PMFM7.3.06. Using the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) for Stellar Physics Studies R. Sankrit
Using the stratospheric observatory for infrared astronomy (SOFIA) for stellar physics studies
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Thursday, August 13, 2015
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8:30 AM-10:00 AM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.4. FM 7: Stars as the Agents of Chemical Evolution in Galaxies II, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Juna Kollmeier, jak@obs.carnegiescience.edu, Carnegie Observatories
8:30-8:50 AMFM7.4.01. What can the occult do for you? Understanding dust geometry in other galaxies from overlapping galaxy pairs. B.W. Holwerda
What can the occult do for you?
8:50-9:05 AMFM7.4.02. Dust and Metallicity variations across Local Galaxies B. Groves
Dust and metallicity across local galaxies
9:05-9:20 AMFM7.4.03. Determining the fraction of dust heating from young and old stellar populations with 3D dust radiative transfer G. Natale; C. Popescu; R. Tuffs
Determining the fraction of dust heating from young and old stellar populations with 3D dust radiative transfer
9:20-9:35 AMFM7.4.04. The Global Oxygen Yield Budget Followed in Hydrodynamic Simulations B.D. Oppenheimer; R.A. Crain; J. Schaye; J. Tumlinson
The global oxygen yield budget followed in hydrodynamic simulations
9:35-9:55 AMFM7.4.05. Sources and Evolution of Dust in the High Redshift Universe E. Dwek
10:30 AM-12:30 PM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.5. FM 7: From Stars to Galaxies: Panchromatic SEDs I, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Selma de Mink, S.E.deMink@uva.nl, University of Amsterdam
10:30-10:55 AMFM7.5.01. Panchromatic star-formation indicators and their uncertainties E. da Cunha
Panchromatic star formation rate indicators & their uncertainties
10:55-11:05 AMFM7.5.02. Photometrically-derived properties of massive-star clusters obtained with different massive-star evolution tracks and deterministic models A. Wofford; S. Charlot; J. Eldridge
Properties of young massive clusters (YMCs) obtained with different massive-star evolutionary models
11:05-11:15 AMFM7.5.03. Spectroscopic Surface Brightness Fluctuations: a new method to analyze the stellar population content of galaxies C. Walcher; M. Mitzkus; M. Roth; S. Dreizler
11:15-11:35 AMFM7.5.04. Element abundance ratios in stellar population modelling D. Thomas
Element abundance ratios in stellar population modelling
11:35-11:45 AMFM7.5.05. Age derivation from UV absorption indices and the effect of the UV upturn. C. Le Cras; C. Maraston; D. Thomas
Age derivation from UV absorption indices and the effect of the UV upturn (PPT)
11:45-12:05 PMFM7.5.06. IMF variations in unresolved stellar populations I. Ferreras
IMF variations in unresolved stellar populations: Challenges
12:05-12:30 PMFM7.5.07. Late-type Galaxies in the Local Universe S. Courteau
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Friday, August 14, 2015
TimeSession or Event Info
8:30 AM-10:00 AM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.6. FM 7: From Stars to Galaxies: Panchromatic SEDs II, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Alessandro Bressan, sbressan@sissa.it, SISSA
8:30-8:45 AMFM7.6.01. Stellar populations in the highest redshift galaxies A. Bunker; S.M. Wilkins; E.R. Stanway
8:45-9:05 AMFM7.6.02. In-Situ View of Star-forming Galaxies at Cosmic Noon N.M. Foerster Schreiber
In-situ view of star-forming galaxies at cosmic noon
9:05-9:20 AMFM7.6.03. Modeling the ultraviolet emission from young galaxies at high redshift G. Bruzual; S. Charlot; J. Gutkin; A. Vidal García
9:20-9:40 AMFM7.6.04. Ionizing photon budget: constraints from galaxies G. Östlin
9:40-10:00 AMFM7.6.05. Photon budget: constraints from the IGM J. Kollmeier
Photon budget: constraints from the IGM
10:30 AM-12:30 PM, Room 312, Hawaii Convention Center, FM7.7. FM 7: What We Know and What's Missing, Focus Meeting Oral Session, Chair: Eli Dwek, eliahu.dwek-1@nasa.gov, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
10:30-11:15 AMFM7.7.01. Poster Summary Talks
Focus Meeting 7 - Poster Presentations (PPT)
11:15-11:40 AMFM7.7.02. Claudia Maraston - Stellar Properties
FM7 summary of session I: stellar models
11:40-12:05 PMFM7.7.03. Claus Leitherer - Chemical Evolution
Highlights of sessions III & IV (PPT)
12:05-12:30 PMFM7.7.04. Stephane Charlot - SED's
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