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    Session I: Tuesday, September 21
    Name First name Affiliation   Title
    Herschel Status and Perspectives including Instruments
I. 1 Olberg Michael SRON/Onsala Space Observatory   In-Flight Calibration of the Herschel/HIFI instrument
    Extreme star formation: high-z, starburst, gal. nuclei
II. 1 Costagliola Francesco Chalmers University of Technology Onsala Space Observatory Molecular Tracers of Galactic Evolution: An EMIR Extragalactic Survey
II. 2 Garcia Pablo Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut The Warm ISM in the Galactic Center: mid-J CO and Atomic Carbon Lines Observations with the NANTEN 2 Telescope.
II. 3 Harris Andrew University of Maryland Department of Astronomy The Zpectrometer: Observations of CO 1-0 emission from high-redshift galaxies.
II. 4 Ikarashi Soh University of Tokyo Astronomy An AzTEC/ASTE detection of an ultra-bright submillimeter galaxy in SXDF
II. 5 Lindner Robert Rutgers University Physics and Astronomy Disentangling star-formation and accretion at high redshift in a MAMBO deep field
II. 6 Naseem Rangwala University of Colorado - Boulder CASA - Astronomy Characterizing the Molecular ISM in Extreme Star-Formation Environments: a Starburst (M82) and a ULIRG (Arp 220)
II. 7 O'Rourke Douglas Univeristy of Cambridge Cavendish Laboratory Evolutionary Models of Infrared Galaxy Spectra
II. 8 Perez-Fournon Ismael Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias   HerMES (the Herschel Multi-Tiered Extragalactic Survey): high redshift galaxies
II. 9 Tamura Yoichi National Astronomical Observatory Nobeyama Radio Observatory Submillimeter Array Identification of the Millimeter-selected Galaxy SSA22-AzTEC1: A Proto-quasar in a Proto-cluster?
II. 10 Verdolini Silvia Leiden University Leiden Observatory The role of radiation pressure in the dynamics of HII regions at redshift z>1
    SF in disk galaxies: morphology, structure, and dynamics
III. 1 Benford Dominic NASA/GSFC   WISE and the Dusty Universe
III. 2 Billot Nicolas NASA Herschel Science Center - Caltech   On the spatial distribution of FIR sources in the Galactic plane
III. 3 Cormier Diane CEA Saclay Astrophysics On modelling Herschel/PACS spectroscopy observations of the irregular galaxy NGC4214
III. 4 Pineda Jorge Jet Propulsion Laboratory   A sample of [CII] clouds tracing dense clouds in weak FUV fields observed by Herschel
III. 5 Qin Sheng-Li Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Detecting spiral arm clouds by CH absorption lines
III. 6 Requena Torres Miguel Angel Max-Planck-Institut fuer Radioastronomie mm and Submm Astronomie Chemical Complexity in Extragalactic Nuclei:
ARP220, NGC253 and NGC4945 surveys with the APEX telescope
III. 7 Skibba Ramin University of Arizona Steward Observatory Dust and Stellar Emission of Nearby Galaxies in the KINGFISH Herschel Survey
III. 8 Traficante Alessio University of Tor Vergata, Astrophysics   3D decomposition of the dust emission in the Hi-GAL SDP fields
III. 9 Watanabe Yoshimasa The University of Tokyo Department of Physics Molecular Gas and Star Formation in Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 3627
    Star formation: physical & chemical conditions/feedback
IV. 1 Akyilmaz Yabaci Meltem Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut FIR Fine-Structure Line Mapping the Interstellar Medium of the Galactic Plane with Stratospheric Terahertz Observatory (STO)
IV. 2 Akyilmaz Yabaci Meltem Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut FIR Line Transfer Including Source Intrinsic Dust Opacities: Upgrading the Spherically Symmetric SimLine Code
IV. 3 Andrews Brett The Ohio State University   Assessing Radiation Pressure as a Feedback Mechanism in Star-forming Galaxies
IV. 4 Arab Heddy Institut dAstrophysique Spatiale MIC Dust and gas in photodissociation regions observed with Herschel
IV. 5 Berné Olivier Leiden Observatory   The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability as a source of turbulence in Orion
IV. 6 Burton Michael University of New South Wales School of Physics Multiple Molecular Line Mapping of the Central Molecular Zone at 3 and 7 mm
IV. 7 Carlhoff Philipp Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Galactic genesis: star formation in the molecular cloud W43
IV. 8 Costagliola Francesco Chalmers University of Technology   Molecules as Tracers of Galactic Evolution
IV. 9 Crocket Nathan Robert University of Michigan   Herschel observations of EXtra-Ordinary Sources: The Terahertz spectrum of Orion KL seen at high spectral resolution
IV. 10 Cubick Markus Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut Clumpy PDR modelling of the Orion Bar region
IV. 11 De Looze Ilse Univeristy of Gent   The reliability of CII as a SF tracer
IV. 12 Dedes Carolin ETH Zurich Institute for Astronomy Dynamical signatures across the S140 region
IV. 13 Guan Xin Universiät zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Atmospheric calibration for submillimeter and far-infrared observation
IV. 14 Gusdorf Antoine Max Planck Institut für Radioastronomie submm molecular emission in regions of star formation
IV. 15 Ibanez Miguel Universidad de los Andes Centro de Fisica Fundamental Equilibrium states of a recombining plasma heated by a ration field and dissipation of sound waves
IV. 16 Israel Frank Sterrewacht Leiden   Ionized Carbon in theMagellanic Clouds
IV. 17 Molina Faviola ZAH Institut fuer Theoretische Astrophysik Analysis of CO, density, and temperature distributions in simulated molecular clouds
IV. 18 Okada Yoko Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut PDR properties and spatial structures probed by Herschel and Spitzer spectroscopy
IV. 19 Pineda Jorge Jet Propulsion Laboratory   Submillimeter Line Emission from LMC 30 Dor: The Impact of a Starburst on a Low Metallicity Environment
IV. 20 Pon Andy University of Victoria Physics and Astronomy Molecular Tracers of Turbulent Shocks in Giant Molecular Clouds
IV. 21 Röllig Markus Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut KOSMA-tau: Recent Developments in Modeling Photodissociation Regions
IV. 22 Röllig Markus Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Modeling Photo-Induced Chemistry in the Warm and Dense ISM ( WADI)
IV. 23 Roman-Duval Julia Space Telescope Science Institute SMO Dust/gas correlations in the Large Magellanic Cloud
IV. 24 Schneider Nicola CEA Saclay IRFU Star formation in the Rosette Molecular Cloud under the influence of NGC2244
IV. 25 Simon Robert Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut Submillimeter Astronomy with the SMART receiver at NANTEN2: New results
IV. 26 Umehata Hideki Institute of Astronomy University of Tokyo Diffuse interstellar PAH emission in the LMC observed with the AKARI/IRC
IV. 27 Velusamy Thangasamy Jet Propulsion Laboratory Astrophysics Herschel's GOT C+ Survey of Cloud Transitions in the Inner Galaxy
    Session II: Thursday, September 23
    Name First name Affiliation   Title
    Formation of stars: high M, low M, planetary systems
V. 1 Cambresy Laurent Observatoire de Strasbourg   Variation of the extinction law in the Trifid nebula
V. 2 Caux Emmanuel CESR/CNRS - University of Toulouse   The CHESS Spectral Survey of the Solar Type Protostar IRAS16293-2422
V. 3 Chavarria Luis Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux   Water in massive star forming regions: HIFI observations of W3-IRS5
V. 4 Comito Claudia Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie   HIFI observations of deuterated water towards SgrB2-M
V. 5 De Luca Massimo LERMA, CNRS, Observatoire de Paris, ENS Laboratoire de radioastronomie Hot core millimeter and submillimeter spectra : Comparing simulations with IRAM and Herschel-HIFI spectra
V. 6 Hony Sacha Service dAstrophysique, CEA Saclay IRFU The morphology of the high mass star formation sites N44 and N63 in the LMC
V. 7 Johnstone Doug NRC Canada/HIA   Water in Star-Forming Regions with Herschel (WISH): Intermediate Mass Protostars - NGC 7129
V. 8 Lefloch Bertrand LAOG Observatoire de Grenoble The Chemical Herschel Spectral Survey of Star Forming Regions: Peering into the protostellar shock L1157 –B1.
V. 9 Leurini Silvia MPIfR submm. group CHAMP+/HIFI maps of cluster-forming regions: G327.3-0.6
V. 10 Li Di Jet Propulsion Lab   Comprehensive View of Massive Quiescent Cores
V. 11 Morales Esteban Max-Planck-Institut fuer Radioastronomie Submm/mm Group Galactic Young Star Clusters and their Molecular Environment
V. 12 Pezzuto Stefano IFSI - INAF   The Herschel view of the Perseus Star Forming region
V. 13 Plume René University of Calgary Dept. of Physics & Astronomy Direct Determination of the total C18O column density in Orion KL
V. 14 Rolffs Rainer Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie submm Structure of Hot Molecular Cores
V. 15 Shimajiri Yoshito NAOJ NRO Star formation in the Orion A Molecular Cloud
V. 16 Visser Ruud Leiden University Leiden Observatory Modelling Herschel observations of hot gas emission in low-mass protostars
V. 17 White Glenn The Open University / Rutherford Lab   Cold Disks around Nearby Stars. A Search for Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt Analogues
V. 18 Yildiz Umut A. Leiden Observatory Leiden Observatory Characterizing energetic processes of low-mass protostars with Herschel-HIFI: Spectrally resolved high-J CO lines
    Laboratory astrophysics, astrochemistry
VI. 1 Endres Christian Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut DIMETHYL ETHER IN LABORATORY AND SPACE
VI. 2 Krieg Jürgen Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut Laboratory Astrochemistry in the Infrared:High-Resolution-Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure of Carbon-Silicon-Clusters
VI. 3 Müller Holger Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut Herschel and APEX Observations of Light Hydride Species: The Need for Further Laboratory Data and Developments in the CDMS
VI. 4 Pagani Laurent Observatoire de Paris & CNRS LERMA Deuterium chemistry : measuring the age of prestellar cores
VI. 5 Parise Berengere MPIfR   Deuterium astrochemistry
VI. 6 Schilke Peter Universität zu Köln I. Physikalisches Institut There is MAGIX in CATS
VI. 7 Thorwirth Sven Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Laboratory Astrochemistry in the Infrared: High-Resolution-Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure of Carbon-Silicon-Clusters
VI. 8 Wampfler Susanne Institute for Astronomy, ETH Zurich   Probing the Water Chemistry in Young Stellar Objects with Hydroxyl Observations
VI. 9 Wootten Alwyn NRAO   Observations of the K-Doublet Lines of H2CO
VI. 10 Yamaguchi Takahiro University of Tokyo physics laboratory Line survey of L1157 B1 shocked region
    Future opportunities
VII. 1 Graf Urs Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut Submillimeter and THz Receiver Development at KOSMA
VII. 2 Heyminck Stefan Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie   The German SOFIA first light instrument GREAT: status and future oppurtunities
VII. 3 Honingh Netty Universität zu Köln 1. Physikalisches Institut KOSMA Submm and THz Detector Development
VII. 4         CCAT