Mini Workshop on Star Formation and Astrochemistry

Notícia | 23-11-2006

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Aula 505 (part vella), Facultat de Física.


15:00-15:30 David Williams (University College London)

Astrochemistry: present and future

15:30-15:45 Oscar Morata (LAEFF)

Looking for evidence of transient clumps in HH 43

15:45-16:00 Robert Estalella (UB)

IRAS 20343+4129, a puzzling massive star-forming region

16:00-16:15 Aina Palau (UB)

Star formation in a clustered environment around an UCHII region in IRAS 20293+3952

16:15-16:30 Maite Beltrán (UB)

Intermediate-mass protostars and outflows: are they so complex?

16:30-16:45 Josep M. Masqué (UB)

A chemical study of the irradiated dense core ahead of HH 80N.

Coffee Break

17:15-17:45 Serena Viti (University College London)

Astrochemistry in the ambient cloud/molecular outflow interfaces

17:45-18:00 Gemma Busquet (UB)

Multiple YSOs in the low-mass star-forming region IRAS 00213+6530

18:00-18:15 Alvaro Sánchez-Monge (UB)

Centimeter emission from selected high-mass star-forming regions

18:15-18:30 Angels Riera (UPC)

The structure of the inner HH 34 jet from optical integral field spectroscopy

18:30-18:45 Felipe Alves (ICE, CSIC-IEEC)

The infrared void in the Lupus dark clouds revisited: a polarimetric approach

18:45-19:00 Josep-Miquel Girart (ICE, CSIC-IEEC)

L723: Can molecular emission be used as clock calibrators?