From Interstellar Clouds to Star-forming Galaxies (IAU S315) (inbunden)
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From Interstellar Clouds to Star-forming Galaxies (IAU S315): Universal Processes?
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From Interstellar Clouds to Star-forming Galaxies (IAU S315) (inbunden)

From Interstellar Clouds to Star-forming Galaxies (IAU S315)

Universal Processes?

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The link between the structure of the interstellar medium in galaxies and the star formation process is a fast-growing area of astrophysical research. The availability of wide-field far-infrared and submillimeter surveys with various space observatories, coupled with the improved capabilities of ground-based millimeter and submillimeter interferometers, has led to spectacular advances in our understanding of star formation modes from solar system scales to galaxy scales. IAU Symposium 315 aims to build a coherent picture of how star formation is fueled on a wide range of scales. Bringing together researchers working on star formation throughout the Universe from nearby clouds to local galaxies to the first star-forming galaxies at high redshift, it makes connections between the latest observations and advanced numerical simulations. It also addresses critical issues, such as the origin and universality of the stellar initial mass function, the nature of star formation 'laws', and the role of feedback.
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1a. Atomic and molecular phases of the interstellar medium; 1b. Excitation of molecular gas in galaxies; 1c. Molecules in galaxies as tracers of ISM properties and star formation rates; 2a. Structure and evolution of interstellar clouds; 2b. Formation and evolution of dense cores; 2c. Formation and evolution of protostellar disks; 3a. Formation and early evolution of stellar clusters; 3b. Comparison of low-mass and high-mass star formation; 3c. Origin and universality of the initial mass function; 4a. Star formation in nearby galaxies; 4b. Active galactic nuclei, starbursts, feedback; 4c. Star formation laws, rates, thresholds in galaxies; 5a. Main-sequence galactic disks versus starburst galaxies; 5b. Comparison of low and high redshift star formation; 5c. Galaxies in groups and clusters.