Cores to Clusters: Star Formation with Next Generation Telescopes / Edition 1by M.S. Nanda Kumar
Pub. Date: 09/28/2005
Publisher: Springer New York
It was with pleasure that CAUP became for three days the core to the cloud of star formation experts all over the world. Close to the celebration of its 15th anniversary – therefore still in the early stages of institutional evolution – we are proud of our multiple activities in Astronomy: a productive research centre, classi?ed as “Institution… See more details below
It was with pleasure that CAUP became for three days the core to the cloud of star formation experts all over the world. Close to the celebration of its 15th anniversary – therefore still in the early stages of institutional evolution – we are proud of our multiple activities in Astronomy: a productive research centre, classi?ed as “Institution of excellence” within the Portuguese research units, but also an “Institution of Public Utility” as recognised by the Government. Fifteen years ago we choose to play a role not only in research, as expected from any research centre but also in the training of the future astronomers and the promotion of science and scienti?c culture. This choice is clearly stated in our by-laws and also in the multiple activities we have carried out since. Along the years we have organized on a regular basis international Workshops similar to “Cores to Clusters”. Sometimes we have chosen to organize int- national conferences of a larger size. On other occasions the choice has been for smaller and more informal discussion meetings. Or even doctoral schools with very different objectives. In common all those meetings have always had, besides the formal registered participants, a group of informal participants, our undergraduate students of Astronomy, so eager to be in touch with the real world.
Table of ContentsReview Articles.- Physical Properties of Prestellar Cores.- Impulsively Triggered Star Formation.- Starless Cores.- Chemical Processes in Star Forming Regions.- Protostellar Jets: A High Angular Resolution Perspective.- Non-Isothermal Gravoturbulent Fragmentation.- The Birth of Massive Stars and Star Clusters.- Precursors of UchII Regions and the Evolution of Massive Outflows.- Observations of Accretion onto High Mass Stars.- Disks Around Massive (proto)Stars.- Embedded Clusters.- Massive Protostars and Small Protoclusters.- Pre-Main-Sequence Evolutionand Brown Dwarfs Beyond the Solar Vicinity.- Brown Dwarfs.- Contributed Poster Articles.- Revealing the Structure of Lupine Darkness: from Cores to Clusters.- Infrared Study of the Southern Galactic Star Forming Region Associated with Iras 10049-5657.- Studying Protostellar Jets through a Combined Infrared/Optical Spectral Analysis.- Preliminary Results on Newly Discovered Embedded Clusters.
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