PDF of conference program and poster list is available here.

(L): Long talk (20min talk + 5min discussion)
(S): Short talk (12min talk + 3min discussion)

  • 25 June, Monday
  • 8:00-noon : Registration

    09:00-09:10 Vigroux and Kodama: Welcome addresses
    09:10-09:35 (L) Renzini: What we would like to know, what we would like to understand

    [Session 1: Stellar Populations in the Local Group and Near It]
    (Chair: Ferguson)
    09:35-10:00 (L) Rich: The Galactic Bulge
    10:00-10:25 (L) Ishimaru: Evolution of r-process elements in the framework of the hierarchical formation of the Milky Way
    10:25-10:55 Break
    10:55‐11:20 (L) McConnachie: In and around the Local Group
    11:20­‐11:35 (S) Davidge: The Recent Star-­‐Forming History of the M31 Disk
    11:35­‐11:50 (S) Cioni: The stellar population of the Magellanic system with the VMC survey
    11:50­‐12:05 (S) Hwang: Subaru Wide Field Photometric Survey of Nearby Spiral Galaxy M33

    12:05-13:40 Lunch
    13:40-14:10 Poster Viewing

    (Chair: Chiba)
    14:10-­14:35 (L) Tolstoy: The DART surveys
    14:35­‐15:00 (S) Okamoto: Stellar populations of faint dwarf satellites of the Milky Way
    15:00­‐15:15 (S) Aparicio: Local Group Dwarf Galaxies: Searching for Reionization Traces in the Star Formation History
    15:15­‐15:30 (S) Crnojevic: Galaxy evolution through resolved stellar populations in the nearby CenA group
    15:45-16:15 Break
    16:00­‐16:25 (L) Ferguson: Wide Field Views of Nearby Galaxies
    16:25-16:40 (S) Duc: Stellar populations in the outermost regions of massive galaxies
    16:40-­17:05 (L) Greggio: The stellar populations in the halo of NGC 253 as seen by VISTA
    17:05‐17:20 (S) Monachesi: Testing galaxy formation models with the GHOSTS survey: The stellar halo of M81

    18:00- : Welcome Reception

  • 26 June, Tuesday
  • [Session 2: Early-Type Galaxies in the Near Universe]
    (Chair: Charlot)
    09:00-09:25 (L) Davies: Rotation of early type galaxies in high density environments
    09:25-09:40 (S) McDermid: Star Formation Histories and Initial Mass Function of Early-Type Galaxies from Atlas3D
    09:40-09:55 (S) Sarzi: Planetary Nebulae in the Optical Regions of Early-type Galaxies: the SAURON view
    09:55-10:10 (S) Perez: Mass and metallicity assembly in galaxies: CALIFA's 3D view
    10:10-10:25 (S) Sonnenfeld: The stellar IMF of early-type galaxies: Constraints from strong lensing
    10:25-10:55 Break
    10:55-11:20 (L) Yi: Merger relics in cluster environments
    11:20-11:45 (L) Lee M.G.: Formation of Giant Elliptical Galaxies and Globular Clusters
    11:45-12:00 (S) Peng: We are the 0.3%! Globular clusters as elitist stellar populations
    12:00‐12:25 (L) Brown: The Formation History of the Ultra-­‐Faint Dwarf Galaxies

    12:15-13:45 Lunch
    13:45-14:15 Poster Viewing

    (Chair: Yamada)
    14:15-14:40 (L) Peletier: Colours, colour gradients and inverted scaling relations for early-type galaxies from Spitzer imaging
    14:40-15:05 (L) Aragon-Salamanca: The formation of Lenticular (S0) Galaxies
    15:05-15:20 (S) Smith: Stellar populations on the red sequence: the view from Coma (and z=0.3)

    [Session 3: Early-Type Galaxies in the Far Universe]
    15:20-15:45 (L) Rocca-Volmerange: Evidence of mergers at high redshifts
    15:45-16:00 (S) Kaviraj: Massive early-type galaxies: the last 12 billion years
    16:00-16:30 Break
    16:30-16:55 (L) Cimatti: Elliptical galaxies across cosmic times
    16:55-17:10 (S) Gallazzi: The evolution of the stellar populations of massive galaxies since z=0.7
    17:10-17:25 (S) Mei: Stellar populations, morphology and scaling relations on the red sequence in clusters and groups at z>1
    17:25-17:40 (S) Onodera: Deep near-infrared spectroscopy of passively evolving galaxies at z>1.4
    17:40-17:55 (S) Tanaka: Quiescent early-type galaxies in groups and clusters at z>1.5
    17:55-18:10 (S) Gobat: The early early type: passive stellar populations at z=3

  • 27 June, Wednesday
  • [Session 4: Stellar Population Synthesis Tools]
    (Chair: Rocca-Volmerange)
    09:00-09:25 (L) Bruzual: PS Models: a promising future in the study of the distant past
    09:25-09:50 (L) Vazdekis: Expanding MILES stellar population synthesis models
    09:50-10:15 (L) Charlot: Constraints on galaxy physical properties from multi-wavelength observations
    10:15-10:45 Break
    10:45-11:10 (L) Maraston: Multi-wavelength SED-fit and galaxy evolution with applications to results from SDSS-III/BOSS
    11:10-11:35 (L) Brinchmann: Massive stars in galaxies - what stars ionize HeII?
    11:35-11:50 (S) da Silva: SLUG - Stochastically Lighting Up Galaxies

    Free Afternoon

  • 28 June, Thursday
  • [Session 5: Star Forming Galaxies at High and Very High Redshifts]
    (Chair: Daddi)
    09:00-09:25 (L) Ellis: Stellar Populations at High Redshift: Progress and Challenges
    09:25-09:40 (S) Bunker: Stellar Populations at the Highest Redshifts
    09:40-09:55 (S) Rogers: UV spectral slope of faint redshift 7 galaxies: measurement biases and variability
    09:55-10:10 (S) Schaerer: New insight on stellar populations and star-formation histories of Lyman break galaxies
    10:10-10:25 (S) Burgarella: SED Fitting with CIGALE and Stellar Populations in Herschel LBGs at 2.5 < z < 4.0
    10:25-10:55 Break
    10:55-11:20 (L) Kodama: MAHALO-Subaru: Mapping Star Formation at the Peak Epoch of Galaxy Formation
    11:20-11:35 (S) Koyama: Red Star Forming Galaxies over 10Gyrs: a Key Population under Environmental Effects?
    11:35-11:50 (S) Silverman: Tracing the distribution of star-forming galaxies at z~1.5 in COSMOS with Subaru/FMOS

    11:50-13:20 Lunch
    13:20-13:50 Poster Viewing

    (Chair: Ellis)
    13:50-14:15 (L) Yamada,T.: Nature of a protocluster at z=3; putting all the pictures together
    14:15-14:30 (S) Tresse: The SFRD and Dust Attenuation over 12Gyr
    14:30-14:45 (S) Pannella: GOODS-Herschel: dust attenuation in star forming galaxies up to z~4
    14:45-15:00 (S) Caputi: The spectral energy distributions of 24 micron galaxies at z>1 revisited
    15:00-15:15 (S) Sawicki: The build-up of mass in sub-L* galaxies at high redshift
    15:15-15:45 Break
    15:45-16:10 (L) Dickinson: Star formation and stellar populations at the peak era of galaxy growth
    16:10-16:25 (S) Wuyts: A resolved view on stellar populations at cosmic noon
    16:25-16:40 (S) Koo: Gas Accretion and Outflows from Intermediate Redshift (z~1) Galaxies
    16:40-16:55 (S) Sobral: The 11 Gyr Evolution of Star-forming galaxies

    19:00-20:00 Muse'e d'Orsay
    20:00- Conference Dinner

  • 29 June, Friday
  • [Session 6: Galaxy Evolution: Connection between High and Low Redshifts]
    (Chair: Combes)
    09:00-09:25 (L) Silk: Feedback in Galaxy Formation
    09:25-09:50 (L) Lilly: Insights from the simple evolution of the galaxy population
    09:50-10:15 (L) Daddi: Reproducing galaxy evolution observables in a two star formation mode framework
    10:15-10:30 (S) Matsuoka: Co-evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes: Extended Ionized Gas around AGNs
    10:30-11:00 Break
    11:00-11:25 (L) Burkert: Self-regulated star formation and the origin of turbulence and structure in high-redshift versus low-redshift galactic disks
    11:25-11:50 (L) Kobayashi: Chemodynamical simulations of galaxies
    11:50-12:05 (S) Shankar: Constraining the evolution of massive galaxies via halo occupation and semi-analytic models

    12:05-13:35 Lunch
    13:35-14:00 Poster Viewing

    (Chair: Dickinson)
    14:00-14:25 (L) Thomas: Environment and self-regulation in galaxy formation
    14:25-14:50 (L) Jablonka: How time and space matter in the evolution of cluster galaxies
    14:50-15:15 (L) Carollo: Which environment affects galaxy evolution?
    15:15-15:35 Break
    15:35-16:00 (L) Giavalisco: Searching for the progenitors of massive elliptical galaxies at z~1.5-2
    16:00-16:15 (S) Williams: Following the growth of galaxy groups since z=1
    16:15-16:30 (S) Muzzin: The Role of Environment and Self-regulation in Galaxy Evolution at z~1
    16:30-17:00 Arimoto: Stellar Populations across Cosmic Times (Summary and Closing Remarks)

    [End of Conference]

  • Posters
  • 1, Welikala: Pixel-z: Substructure and Stellar Populations in Galaxies out to z~3 using Pixel Colors: Systematics
  • 2, Longhetti: A new insight into stellar populations of high redshift early-type galaxies
  • 3, Kajisawa: Stellar Mass Growth of Galaxies since z~3 in MOIRCS Deep Survey
  • 4, Lee,K.: How Do Star-Forming Galaxies at z>z Assemble Their Masses?
  • 5, Kong: ULIRGs at Redshift z~2
  • 6, Lo Faro: The complex physics of dusty star-forming galaxies at high redshifts revealed by HERSCHEL
  • 7, Milvang-Jensen: Narrow-band selected galaxies from VISTA observations at 1.18 micron: first results
  • 8, Kakazu: Deep spectroscopy of high-redshift star-forming galaxies in COSMOS
  • 9, Ly: The Stellar Population of z=1.5-1.6 [OII] Emitting Galaxies Selected from Narrow-band Surveys
  • 10, Strazzullo: Cluster galaxies at z~2
  • 11, Yamada,Y.: Stellar Populations of Early-type Galaxies in the Infall Region of z=0.83 Cluster
  • 12, Huertas-Company: Growth of quiescent galaxies in X-ray selected groups from the COSMOS field
  • 13, Mosby: SSP Modeling of Quasar Host Results using a Diffusion K-Means Selected Basis
  • 14, Wang: Studies on galaxy formation using QSO aborption line systems
  • 15, Alonso-Herrero: Stellar populations of moderately luminous AGNs at intermediate redshifts
  • 16, Ogiya: The Core-Cusp problem in Cold Dark Matter halos and Supernova feedback: Effects of Oscillation
  • 17, Taylor,P.: The Effects of AGN Feedback on Simulated Galaxies
  • 18, Lee,J.: The role of galaxy mergers in the evolution of massive galaxies
  • 19, Raichoor: Quenching in galaxy clusters during the last 10 Gyr: role of secular evolution, galaxy mass and environment
  • 20, Delaye: Size evolution in high redshift clusters
  • 21, Fioc: Pégase.3: A galaxy evolution model of the UV-to-FIR spectrum of dust and stars
  • 22, Pritchet: Delay Time Distribution of TypeIa Supernovae and Galaxy Ages
  • 23, Suda: Transition of the Initial Mass Function Based on Binary Population Synthesis
  • 24 ,Oh: A better tool for studying stellar populations : Improved Spectral Line Measurements of SDSS DR7 Galaxies
  • 25, Zibetti: Direct constraints on the influence of TP-AGB stars on the SED of galaxies from NIR Spectroscopy
  • 26, Wilkinson: Determination of stellar population parameters from high-resolution spectral fitting
  • 27, Chung: The Impact of Horizontal Branch Stars on the Evolutionary Population Synthesis Model
  • 28, Coelho: Chemically evolved stellar population models: Exploring Nitrogen in Galactic Clusters
  • 29, Fernandes: The total versus the sum of the parts: Empirical results
  • 30, Komiyama: Subaru Wide-Field Imaging Survey of the Local Universe: Recent Results and Future Prospect
  • 31, Tateuchi: Paschen Alpha Survey of Local LIRGs using by miniTAO/ANIR
  • 32, Lyubenova: Unravelling the stellar population properties of nuclei in early-type galaxies
  • 33, Ferre-Mateu: Detailed stellar population analysis of local massive compact galaxies
  • 34, Licitra: Stellar population evolution in cluster galaxies from the Next Generation Virgo Cluster Survey
  • 35, Carlin: On the Origin of the Stellar Substructure(s) in Virgo
  • 36, Vlajic: Resolved stellar haloes of GHOSTS galaxies
  • 37, Bernard: A deep, wide-field study of Holmberg II with Subaru/Suprime-Cam
  • 38, de Boer: The Star Formation & Chemical Evolution Timescales of Two Nearby Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies
  • 39, Gilbert: Stellar Halo Formation in a Hierarchical Universe: Lessons from Andromeda
  • 40, Lemasle: The puzzling chemical evolution of the Carina dwarf Spheroidal galaxy
  • 41, Sibbons: A photometric and spectroscopic study of the AGB population of NGC 6822
  • 42, Santana: Blue Stragglers in Milky Way Satellites
  • 43, Wanajo: First r-process in the Galaxy
  • 44, Tsujimoto: Chemical Evolution of the Galactic Bulge Formed through Two Stellar Disks
  • 45, Munoz: The Discovery of an Ultra-Faint Globular Cluster in the Outer Halo
  • 46, Chiba: Probing kinematical substructures in the Milky Way halo

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