Conference program

Monday 24th July,


8:45-9:45 Registration+conference breakfast


9:45-10:00 Welcoming


Opening talk


10:00-10:30     Simon White (invited opening talk), “The baryon cycle: open questions”


First session: Gas inflow and CGM properties (Chair: Annalisa De Cia)


10:30-11:00      Christopher Martin (invited): “Cold inflow and filaments in the high-z Universe"

11:00-11:20       Fabrizio Arrigoni-Battaia, “QSO MUSEUM: Unveiling Halo Accretion around Distant Quasars”

11:20-11:40       Matt Lehnert, “Constraints on the CGM in distant galaxies: Regulating the flow of baryons”

11:40-12:10       Dusan Keres  (invited): “The gas flows in and out of galaxies in cosmological simulations”

12:10-12:30      Daniel Angles-Alcazar, “The Cosmic Baryon Cycle in the FIRE Simulations”12:30-12:50
                           (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836459)     


12:30-14:00     lunch



Second session: The multiphase accretion (Chair: Celine Peroux)


14:00-14:30     Nicolas Lehner (invited): "Observational evidence of gas accreting onto galaxies"”

14:30-14:50     Nicolas Bouché, “Gas flows around galaxies with MUSE”

14:50-15:10      Hai Fu, “The Deficiency of Cool Gas in the CGM of Dusty Starburst Galaxies”
                           (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.834978)

15:10-15:30      Michele Ginolfi, “Molecular gas accreting onto massive high redshift galaxies”

15:30-15:50      Mike Anderson, “FUV studies of hot and warm gas in M87”


15:50-16:40      coffee break and poster session


16:40-17:00     Sara Ellison, “The baryon cycle in galaxy mergers” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.838246)

17:00-17:20     Stephanie Ho, “Quasars Probing Galaxies: New Constraints on Cold Gas Accretion at Redshift z=0.2”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836945)

17:20-17:40     Andrew Fox, “Flows of Baryons through the Milky Way Halo” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836465)

17:40-18:00    Nir Mandelker, ”Instabilities in cold streams feeding massive galaxies at high redshift”



Tuesday 25th of July


Third session: Hot and cold gas in galaxies (Chair: Matt Lehnert)


9:00-9:30       Joop Schaye (invited), “Hot and cold gas in galaxies”

9:30-9:50        Giovanni Cresci, “The MUSE view of He 2-10: no accreting Black Hole but a sparkling starburst”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.834475)

9:50-10:20      Claudia Lagos  (invited), “Molecular and neutral gas content in galaxies”

10:20-10:40    Federico Lelli, “The ecosystem of starburst dwarf galaxies”


 10:40              Conference picture

10:40-11:10     coffee break


Fourth session: Galaxy SF efficiency and gas content in the local Universe (Chair: Matt Lehnert)


11:10-11:40     Eva Schinnerer (invited), “Star formation at low redshift and high angular resolution"

11:40-12:00    Andreas Schruba, “Linking Cloud-scale ISM Properties and Star Formation across Local Galaxy


12:00-12:20    Diederik Kruijssen, “A systematic census of the cloud-scale physics of star formation and feedback in    

                          z=0 main sequence galaxies”

12:20-12:40    Lucia Armillotta, “The survival of cold gas in the Circumgalactic Medium”


12:40-14:00    lunch


Fifth session: Galaxy SF efficiency and gas content at the peak of the cosmic Star Formation (Chair: Vincenzo Mainieri)


14:00-14:30    Reinhard Genzel (invited), “Cold gas content and star formation efficiency"

14:30-14:50     Sirio Belli, “KMOS-3D reveals Halpha emission in high-redshift   quiescent galaxies”

14:50-15:10      Thiago Gonçalves, “An ALMA view of the ISM in low-z analogues of high-redshift star-forming  


15:10-15:30      Matteo Fossati, “Witnessing the onset of environmental quenching at z~2. Results and implications for

                           the gas content of high redshift galaxies from KMOS^3D/3D-HST”

15:30-15:50     John Silverman, “What mechanisms boost star formation well above the average in high-z galaxies?”


15:50-16:30    coffee break


16:30-17:00    Mark Dickinson (invited), “The cosmic star formation history"

17:00-17:20    Erica Nelson, “Where stars form”
17:20-17:40    Laura Morselli, “The link between star formation activity and galaxy morphology through cosmic time”

17:40-18:00    Edith Falgarone, “Large turbulent gas reservoirs of cold gas unveiled with CH+(1-0) around    

                          high-redshift starburst galaxies”

18:00-18:20    Magdalena Lippa, “Spatially resolved gas and star formation at redshift 1”
                          (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836639)




Wednesday, 26th of July


Sixth session: Self-regulation versus environment (Chair: Michele Cirasuolo)


9:00-9:30       Romeel Davé (invited), “Self-regulated star formation”

9:30-9:50        Chiaki Kobayashi, “Enrichment and ejection of gas in cosmological simulations”

9:50-10:10      Francesco Belfiore, “Metallicity gradients in the nearby Universe: shedding new light on the role of

                           gas flows in galaxies”

10:10-10:30    Chao-Ling Hung, “The role of gas inflow in the kinematic evolution of galaxies”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.837893)


10:30-11:00    coffee break


11:00-11:20     Sebastian Bustamante-Jaramillo, “Merger-Induced Metallicity Dilution in Cosmological Galaxy

                          Formation Simulation” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836631)

11:20-11:40    Yannik Bahe, “The environmental impact on gas flows to and from galaxies”

11:40-12:00    Meiert Grootes, “The baryon cycle and its (lack of) environmental dependencies”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.838119)

12:00-12:20    Freeke van de Voort,  “The environmental dependence of gas accretion onto galaxies”

                          (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836725)



free afternoon + conference dinner

The dinner will take place at 19:30 at the Brunnwarts restaurant. The restaurant is located in Munich. The complete address is Biedersteiner Str. 78, 80805 München (check the map here). It is 5 minute walking distance from the metro station Nordfriedhof on the U6.


Thursday 27th of July


Seventh session: Outflows in SFGs and AGNs (Chair: Tom Oosterloo)


9:00-9:30        David Rupke (invited), “Demographics and Case Studies of Galactic Outflows in the Local

                          Universe" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.838327)

9:30-9:50        Rob Gallagher, “SDSS-IV MaNGA: Utilising differential kinematics in the search for outflows”

9:50-10:10       Yuma Sugahara, “Redshift Evolution of Galactic Outflows Revealed with Spectra of Large Surveys”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.837251)

10:10-10:30     Alice Concas, “Two-Face(s): ionized and neutral gas winds in the local Universe.”

10:30-10:50    Daniel Ceverino, “Velocities of warm galactic outflows from synthetic HŒ± observations of

                           star-forming galaxies” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.835411)


10:50-11:20 coffee break


Eighth session: AGN feedback, the full picture (Chair: Tom Oosterloo)

11:20-11:50    Roberto Maiolino (invited), “Galactic outflows and feedback effect at high redshift”

11:50-12:10    Chris Harrison, “The KMOS AGN survey at high z (KASHz)”

12:10-12:30    Wako Ishibashi, “On the physical nature of galactic outflows”

12:30-12:50    Miranda Jarvis, “Identifying the ejection mechanism of galactic outflows in quasars using multi-

                         wavelength analysis”


12:40-14:00 lunch


Chair (Marcella Brusa) 

14:00-14:30    Annalisa Pillepich (invited), “Theoretical treatment of AGN feedback”

14:30-14:50    Chiara Circosta, “The SUPER survey: characterization of active galactic nuclei radiative feedback at


14:50-15:10     Martin Bourne, “Winds and jets from supermassive black holes”

15:10-15:30     Andrin Flitsch, “Cold Molecular and Neutral Outflows in Active Galaxies observed with ALMA”

15:30-15:50     Raffaella Morganti, “Exploring the role of radio jets as driving mechanism of fast outflows: the HI

                           view” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.844299)



15:50-16:40    coffee break +poster session


16:40-17:00    Ben Keller, “How Superbubble-driven Outflows Shape Galaxies and their CGM”
                          (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.837109)

17:00-17:20    Margherita Talia, “AGN-enhanced outflows in star-forming galaxies at 1.7”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.838854)

17:20-17:40    Michele Perna, “An X-ray/SDSS sample: multiphase outflow incidence, dependence on AGN luminosity,

                          and PLASMA properties”

17:40-18:00   Stefano Carniani, “The twofold role of AGN-driven outflows in galaxy evolution: positive and negative


18:00-18:20   Matilde Mingozzi, “ISM gas and outflows in AGN: a detailed study of their physical properties from the

                          MAGNUM survey” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.835723)



Friday 28th of July


Ninth session: Scrutinizing the stellar feedback (Chair: Claudia Lagos)


9:00-9:30       Thorsten Naab (invited), “Stellar feedback”

9:30-9:50       Federico Marinacci, “The dual nature of stellar feedback in galaxy evolution”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836239)

9:50-10:10      Fabio Fontanot, “Strong stellar-driven outflows shape the evolution of galaxies at cosmic dawn”

                         (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.835520)

10:10-10:30    Dimitri Gadotti, “Stellar feedback up close: constraints from detailed MUSE and ALMA observations of

                          a star-bursting nuclear ring” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836809)


10:30-11:00    coffee break


11:00-11:20    Kat Barger, “Galactic winds of the Large Magellanic Cloud” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.855303)

11:20-11:40    Christopher Hayward, “How stellar feedback simultaneously regulates star formation and drives

                         outflows” (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.835662)

11:40-12:00    I-Ting Ho, “Starburst-driven winds in normal star-forming galaxies”


12:00-12:40    concluding remarks


12:40   lunch  “bier & bretzel”


Lisa Löbling, "Heavy metal factory" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.833159)

Hugo Mendez-Hernandez, "Probing the circumgalactic gas around high redshift galaxies with VUDS", (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836961)

Federica Ricci, "The MBH-sigma relation of AGN2 and the AGN unified model" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.833689)

Alexander Richings, "The origin of fast molecular outflows in quasars: molecule formation in AGN-driven galactic winds" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.833792)

Owen Turner, "The KMOS Deep Survey: dynamical measurements of star-forming galaxies at z~3.5" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.834215)

Jolanda Zjupa, "The impact of galactic outflows on the IGM in the IllustrisTNG and IllustriousQLA simulations" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836704)

Anna Zoldan, "HI-selected galaxies in hierarchical models of galaxy formation and evolution" (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.836280)

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