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Preston BC Room – Rendezvous Hotel – Ground/Lobby Floor

Invited reviews: 23+7 min
Contributed talks: 15+5 min
Poster sparklers: 2min

Monday March 18

8:00 – Registration opens

9:00 – Welcome and Housekeeping [Luca Cortese]

Session I: Star formation efficiency

Chair: Sabine Bellstedt

9:20 – Blakesley Burkhart – What sets the star formation efficiency of galaxies? [invited review] link
9:50 – Erica Nelson – The regulation of star formation [invited review] link
10:20 – Poster sparklers [Fiona Audcent-Ross, Igor Chilingarian, Carlos Espinosa, Yifei Jin, Anishya Harshan, Carlos Lopez-Coba, Mahdieh Navabi]

10:40 – Coffee Break

11:10 – Rebecca McElroy – PHANGs: star formation and quenching across galaxy disks seen by MUSE and ALMA [link]
11:30 – Eric Emsellem – A dynamic view at star forming disks with PHANGS [link]
11:50 – Christopher Faesi – The interplay between galaxy environment and cloud-scale star formation: The high resolution view from PHANGS [link]
12:10 – Jorge Barrera-Ballesteros – SDSS-IV MaNGA: Testing the local regulation of star formation [link]

12:30 – Lunch

Chair: Boris Haeussler

14:00 – Cecilia Bacchini – Volumetric star formation laws of disc galaxies [link]
14:20 – Chelsea Sharon – The effects of star formation and gas tracers on the spatially resolved Schmidt-Kennicutt relation at high redshift [link]
14:40 – Sambit Roychowdhury – Empirical evidence for feedback-regulated star formation in dwarf galaxies [link]
15:00 – Florent Renaud – Star formation efficiency: intrinsic evolution versus environmental diversity [link]

15:20 – Coffee Break

15:50 – Paula Calderon-CastilloIsolated Merging Systems: A new public catalogue, and impacts on star formation [link]
16:10 – Chiara Circosta – The impact of active galactic nuclei on the life of z~2 star-forming galaxies [link]
16:30 – Annagrazia Puglisi – The extension of the cold gas in z>1 galaxies as seen with ALMA [link]
16:50 – Anshu Gupta- MOSEL survey: Kinematics of star-forming galaxies at z~3.0 [link]

17:10 – End of day 1

Tuesday March 19

Chair: Sandro Tacchella

9:00 – Adam Schaefer – How do galaxy environments and morphology affect the gas-regulation of star formation? [link]
9:20 – Toby Brown – External processes regulating the life and death of star-forming galaxies [link]
9:40 – Alice Concas – Environmental effect on gas reservoir and star-formation activity [link]
10:00 – Adam Stevens – The relative effects of environment on star formation and HI [link]
10:20 – Caroline Straatman – Dynamical masses at z~1 with the LEGA-C survey [link]

10:40 – Coffee Break

11:10Discussion [Barbara Catinella & Brent Groves]

Session II: The role of bulges on star formation

Chair: Nell Byler

11:50 – Freeke van de Voort – Do bulges affect star formation? A theoretical perspective [invited review] link
12:20 – Poster sparklers [Hosein Hashemi]

12:30 – Lunch

14:00 – Francesco Belfiore – Galaxy subcomponents in integral field spectroscopy surveys [invited review] link
14:30 – Jindra Gensior – Heart of Darkness – How galactic dynamics suppress star formation in galaxy spheroids [link]
14:50 – Shuhei Koyama – Do galaxy morphologies really affect the efficiency of star formation during the phase of galaxy transition? [link]
15:10 – Robin Cook – Is there a causal link between cold gas reservoirs and morphology in galaxies? [link]

15:30 – Coffee Break

16:00 – Timothy Davis – Parsec scale views of the molecular gas in bulges with WISDOM [link]
16:20 – Amelia Fraser-McKelvie – The formation sequence of S0 galaxies: a tale of two populations [link]
16:40 – Keunho Kim – Galaxy structure,  stellar populations, and star formation quenching at 0.6 < z < 1.2 [link]
17:00 – Kalina Nedkova – The evolution of the stellar mass-size relation for star forming galaxies and their components [link]
17:20 – Stefania Barsanti – The SAMI Galaxy Survey: disentangle bulge and disk properties of cluster galaxies [link]

17:40 – End of day 2


Chair: Rebecca McElroy

9:00 – Maurilio Pannella – A further look into quenching: tearing apart the Main Sequence into its bulge, disk and gas content [link]
9:20 – Nic Scott – The influence of galaxy morphology, shape and structure on the mean stellar population age and metallicity [link]
9:40 – Steven Gillman – The angular momentum distribution in high redshift galaxies [link]
10:00 – Sarah Leslie – Specific star formation rates of galaxies in the COSMOS field and morphological dependence out to z~1.5 [link]

10:20 – Coffee Break

10:50Discussion [Richard McDermid and Danail Obreschkow]

Session III: Star formation histories and progenitor bias

Chair: Toby Brown

11:30 – Louis Abramson – From apples to orange juice: the challenge of inferring galaxy biographies from single epoch snapshots [invited review] link
12:00 – Joanna Woo – The Roles of Progenitor Bias and Bulge Formation in the Evolution of the Galaxy Population [invited review] link
12:30Poster sparklers [Jason Glenn, Kirill Grishin]

12:40 – Lunch

14:10 – Nell Byler – Using resolved stellar populations to improve the recovery of star formation histories from galaxy spectra [link]
14:30 – Mederic Boquien – The challenge of measuring star formation in galaxies [link]
14:50 – Adam Watts – Constraining the initial mass function with optical HST observations of resolved stellar populations in the outer disc of DDO 154 [link]
15:10 – Hector Javier Ibarra Mendel – Optical integral field spectroscopy observations applied to simulated galaxies. I. Testing the fossil record method [link]

15:30 – Coffee Break

End of day 3 (free afternoon)

Thursday March 21

Chair: Sarah Leslie

9:00 – Sandro Tacchella – Stochastic modeling of star-formation histories: decoding the scatter of the star-forming main sequence [link]
9:20 – Ruth Digby – Dwarf galaxy star formation histories: APOSTLE, the Local Group, and the effects of photometric depth [link]
9:40 – Evelyn Johnston – Disentangling the star-formation histories of galaxy components in IFU data [link]
10:00 – Allison Strom – Rethinking metallicity: the quest to measure galaxy abundances in the early universe [link]
10:20 – Martina Donnari – The star formation activity of IllustrisTNG galaxies: main sequence, quenching, environmental effects and systematics [link]

10:40 – Coffee Break

11:10 – Adriano Poci – The Dynamical and Chemical History of NGC 3115 [link]
11:30Discussion [Luca Cortese & Trevor Mendel]

Session IV: Life in the transition region

Chair: Jason Glenn

12:10 – Samir Salim – Quiet life in the green valley [invited review] link

12:40 – Lunch

14:10 – Kate Rowlands – What can post-starburst galaxies tell us about life in the transition region? [invited review] link
14:40 – Poster sparklers [Anton AfanasievDouglas BrambilaGarima Chauhan,Boris Haeussler]
14:50 – Steven Janowiecki – xGASS: The diversity of cold gas content in galaxies below the star forming main sequence [link]
15:10Aaron Wilkinson – From starburst to quiescence: post-starburst galaxies and their large-scale clustering over cosmic time [link]

15:30 – Coffee Break

16:00 – Benedetta Vulcani – The many faces of galaxies in transition in the local universe [link]
16:20 – Alessandro Boselli – VESTIGE: A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission [link]
16:40 – Scott Croom – Environmentally driven quenching and morphological transformation as seen by SAMI [link]
17:00 – Laura Prichard – A massive young cluster that rapidly triggered and quenched star formation [link]
17:20 – Rory Smith – The physical properties of SDSS satellite galaxies in projected phase-space [link]

17:40 – End of day 4

19:00 – Conference dinner

Friday March 22

Chair: Alice Concas

9:20 – Christopher Martin – Quenching or Bursting: Mapping and Understanding Star Formation Histories in Transition Galaxies with Star Formation Acceleration [link]
9:40 – Camila de Sa Freitas – Quenching vs. bursting as a function of galaxy morphology [link]
10:00 – Ruby Wright – Quenching timescales of galaxies in the EAGLE simulations [link]
10:20 – Tjitske Starkenburg – The populations of star-forming and quiescent galaxies [link]

10:40 – Coffee Break

11:10 – Bruno Henriques – Understanding how massive galaxies quench [link]
11:30 – Jacob Crossett – What drives a rapid quenching of star formation in transitioning galaxies? [link]
11:50 – Kexin Guo – The roles of AGN and dynamical processes in star formation quenching in nearby disk [link]
12:10 – David Maltby – High-velocity outflows in massive post-starburst galaxies at z>1: evidence for a feedback process in transitional galaxies [link]

12:30 – Lunch

Chair: Lister Staveley-Smith

14:00 – Ken-ichi Tadaki – The clumpy, gravitationally unstable gas disk of the most massive star-forming galaxy at z=4 [link]
14:20 – Mina Pak – The stellar populations of nine passive spirals from the CALIFA survey [link]
14:40Discussion [Luke Davies & Ivy Wong]
15:20 – Conference Summary: Lars Hernquist & Emily Wisnioski
15:50 – End of conference