DFG Priority Program 1573

Energising the ISM

Splinter session I

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Annual Meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft,
Tübingen, September 24-27, 2013

AG Annual Meeting Poster 2013 The interstellar medium (ISM) is highly turbulent. Left on its own, turbulence decays on a short timescale and the energy is finally lost to radiation. Hence, the ISM is constantly energised. The energy sources include massive stars, large-scale rotational energy and energy released during accretion on to compact objects. The effect of the energy input can be observed in different gas phases, Cosmic ray emission and the magnetic field and leads to the observed structuring of the ISM, for example bubbles, superbubbles, galactic fountains and winds. Different perspectives are offered from studies in the Milky Way and in external galaxies, where the structure of a given system impacts on the ISM dynamics. This session is intended to bring together observers and theorists in the field. The idea is to give the opportunity to present recent results and also to have some time for discussion. People with posters are encouraged to advertise them on one slide. Abstracts are cordially invited, but must exclusively be submitted via the registration procedure for the AG Meeting using a LaTeX template. For details please see the Abstract Submission page.

Registration is open now.

Early hotel registration is recommended, because Tuebingen is a touristic place.

For any questions please contact: Martin Krause or Marc Schartmann

Tuesday, Sept. 24, 14:00 - 18:00

Location: seminar room 7E02 on the ground floor of the Hörsaalzentrum.


A PDF-version of the program is available here.

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