Nov 14 – 18, 2022
Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics
Europe/Berlin timezone

Scientific Program

The full list of participants can be found here:

Michael Abdul-Masih: On the period stability of massive overcontact binaries
Poojan Agrawal: Reconsidering the contribution of massive stars in star cluster simulations
Max Briel: Formation of high-mass merging binary black holes through stable mass transfer and super-Eddington accretion
Nikolay Britavskiy: Searching for empirical signatures of binarity in fast-rotating O-type stars.
Mario Cadelano: Binary systems as probes of globular cluster internal dynamics
Jakub Cehula: A Theory of Mass Transfer in Binary Stars
Christine Daher: A Closer Look at Stellar Rotation and the Close Binary Fraction through APOGEE
Frantisek Dinnbier: On the evolution of binarity and multiplicity among Cepheids in star clusters
Ana Escorza: The masses of faint white dwarfs measured thanks to their orbital acceleration
Matthias Fabry: Tidal distortion and energy transfer in close binaries
Damien Gagnier: Binary evolution and angular momentum transport during common-envelope
post-dynamical spiral-in phase
Sivan Ginzburg: Black Widows as Stellar Evolution Labs
Ylva Goetberg: The discovery and properties of binary-stripped helium stars
Amit Kashi: Simulations of Colliding winds in Massive Binary Systems with Accretion
Chiaki Kobayashi: Black hole-neutron star mergers for early Galactic chemical enrichment
Rajika Kuruwita : The contribution of binary star formation on core-fragmentation scales on protostellar multiplicity
Bethany Ludwig: Discovery of an Intermediate Mass Stripped Star in Orbit with a Compact Companion: the Elusive Gravitational Wave Progenitors
Jing-Ze Ma: Are massive supernova progenitors more efficient element factories when stripped in binaries?
Soetkin Janssens: Identifying quiescent compact objects in massive single-lined spectroscopic binaries
Jolien Malfait: Shaping of AGB outflows by wind-companion interactions in binary and hierarchical triple systems
Thibault Merle: A tight spectroscopic quadruple as a possible progenitor of sub-Chandrasekhar Type Ia supernovae
Maxwell Moe: The Close Binary Fraction of Massive Stars in Different Environments
ANJANA MOHANDASAN:Photometric binaries in Extragalactic globular clusters
Andrew Nine: The Blue Lurkers: Newly Discovered Mass Transfer Products in M67
Elena Pancino: Stellar interactions and multiple populations in globular clusters
Lee Patrick: The observational tools in the hunt for red supergiant binary systems
Tinne Pauwels: The multiplicity of massive stars through high-contrast imaging observations
Ondrej Pejcha: Period resonance in 2+2 quadruples
Milan Pešta: Minimum mass ratio of contact binary stars
Philipp Podsiadlowski: The Effects of Binary Evolution on the Final Fate of Massive Stars
Donatella Romano: The impact of binaries on galactic chemical evolution
Luzian Seeburger: Any star could be a binary - taking spectral disentangling to the industrial scale
Tomer Shenar: The first strongly magnetic Wolf-Rayet star
Shreeya Shetye: A systematic search for spectroscopic binary cepheids
Alison Sills: The interplay between stellar dynamics and binaries during cluster formation
Andrew Winter: Accretion of sub-stellar binary companions as the origin of multiple populations in globular clusters

Robert Mathieu: Alternative Stellar Evolution Pathways – An Open Cluster Perspective
Emanuele d’Alessandro: Binaries and blue stragglers in Globular Clusters
Ileyk El Mellah: Numerical simulations of binary interactions
Ylva Goetberg: Impact of binaries in the earliest history of the Universe
Heloise Stevance: Transient host-properties of galaxies
Pablo Marchant: Modelling binaries with MESA
David Jones: Planetary Nebulae and binaries
Tomasz Kamiński: Red novae, stellar mergers in binary and triple systems, and bipolar nebulae
Julia Bodensteiner: A current view on the observed multiplicity properties of massive star populations
Abigail Frost: (Spectro)interferometry as a probe of binary stars and their interactions
Anastasios Fragkos: Common evolutionary threads and differences between gravitational-wave source progenitors and X-ray binaries
Floor Broekgaarden: Binary compact objects from massive binary stars
Ross Church: Conference summary

Posters 1-14
1) Andrei Igoshev: Natal kicks of neutron stars: Be X-ray binaries and isolated radio pulsars
2) Jiri Zak: A stripped star in a binary system as a gem on Cassiopeia's robe
3) Soetkin Janssens: The hunt for massive single-degenerate binaries with a black hole using Gaia
4) Diego Calderón: Supernovae in colliding-wind binaries: observational signatures in the first year
5) Ayush Moharana: Observational probe into evolution of Compact Hierarchical Triples
6) Avishai Gilkis: Ups!... I did it again: the unique hydrogen-deficient binary Upsilon Sagittarii at a second mass transfer stage
7) Luc IJspeert: Automating eclipsing binary light curve analysis: from raw light curves to orbital configuration
8) Mor Rozner: Binary evolution, gravitational-wave mergers and explosive transients in multiple-populations gas-enriched globular-clusters
9) Matthias Kruckow: Unexpected correlations in outstanding subpopulations of the gravitational wave transient catalogue data
10) Heran Xiong: Shell-helium-burning hot subdwarf B stars as candidates for Blue Large Amplitude Pulsators
11) Jan Henneco: Contact tracing of binary stars - from sub-solar to high-mass components
12) Ambreesh Khurana: Formation of wide-orbit extremely low-mass white dwarf binaries.
13) Sharmila Rani: AstroSat/UVIT study of the open cluster NGC 2818: Membership, Blue Stragglers, Yellow Stragglers, and Planetary Nebula
14) Camille Landri: OGLE-BLG504.12.201843: A Possible Extreme Dwarf Nova

Posters 15-28:
15) Kseniia Sysoliatina: Stellar multiplicity aspect in the chemo-dynamic Milky Way disk model
16) Partha Pratim Goswami: Mass distribution of AGB progenitors of Ba and CEMP-s stars
17) Rachel Patton: A Large Catalog of Active Giants in the APOGEE Survey
18) Aldana Grichener: Population synthesis of common envelope jets supernove (CEJSNe)
19) Tibor Mitnyan: Newly identified compact hierarchical triple system candidates using Gaia DR3
20) Alexandr Volvach: Flare activity of the H2O maser feature in the close binary massive stars system W49N
21) Albrecht Kamlah: The impact of star cluster initial rotation on compact binary abundances and mergers
22) Arpine Karapetyan: Type Ia supernovae from stellar population of star formation deserts
23) Dolunay Kocak: Binary Systems in Globular Clusters: M71
24) Tugce Icli: Short and long-term observation of X-ray binaries with neutron star components
25) Yashpal Bhulla: AstroSAt observed broad-band Thermonuclear X-ray (Type-1) Bursts: 4U 1702-429
26) Patrick Morris: Observational Tests of the Mass Budget in Massive Star Mergers
27) Giuliano Iorio: Young, (metal-)rich ad not alone: formation of thin-disc RR Lyrae stars through binary evolution
28) Don Dixon: Rotationally Driven UV Excess of Evolved Stars. A Consequence of Binary Evolution?