The Impact of Binaries on Stellar Evolution

from Monday, November 14, 2022 (9:00 AM) to Friday, November 18, 2022 (6:00 PM)
Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Nov 14, 2022
Nov 15, 2022
Nov 16, 2022
Nov 17, 2022
Nov 18, 2022
9:00 AM Welcome - Selma de Mink   (Auditorium)
9:20 AM Alternative Stellar Evolution Pathways – An Open Cluster Perspective - Robert Mathieu   (Auditorium)
10:00 AM The Blue Lurkers: Newly Discovered Mass Transfer Products in M67 - Andrew Nine   (Auditorium)
10:20 AM The interplay between stellar dynamics and binaries during cluster formation - Alison Sills   (Auditorium)
10:40 AM --- Break ---
11:10 AM Binaries and blue stragglers in Globular Clusters - Emanuele d'Alessandro   (Auditorium)
11:50 AM Stellar interactions and multiple populations in globular clusters - Elena Pancino   (Auditorium)
9:20 AM Impact of binaries in the earliest history of the Universe - Ylva Goetberg   (Auditorium)
10:00 AM The impact of binaries on galactic chemical evolution - Donatella Romano   (Auditorium)
10:20 AM Black hole-neutron star mergers for early Galactic chemical enrichment - Chiaki Kobayashi   (Auditorium)
10:40 AM --- Break ---
11:10 AM A current view on the observed multiplicity properties of massive star populations - Julia Bodensteiner   (Auditorium)
11:50 AM A Closer Look at Stellar Rotation and the Close Binary Fraction through APOGEE - Christine Daher   (Auditorium)
9:00 AM Transient host-properties of galaxies - Heloise Stevance   (Auditorium)
9:40 AM The Effects of Binary Evolution on the Final Fate of Massive Stars - Philipp Podsiadlowski   (Auditorium)
10:00 AM On the period stability of massive overcontact binaries - Michael Abdul-Masih   (Auditorium)
10:20 AM --- Break ---
11:00 AM Discussion   (Auditorium)
9:00 AM Multiplicity and the massive star formation process - Abigail Frost   (Auditorium)
9:40 AM The multiplicity of massive stars through high-contrast imaging observations - Tinne Pauwels   (Auditorium)
10:00 AM The Close Binary Fraction of Massive Stars in Different Environments - Maxwell Moe   (Auditorium)
10:20 AM The observational tools in the hunt for red supergiant binary systems - Lee Patrick   (Auditorium)
10:40 AM --- Break ---
11:10 AM Modelling binaries with MESA - Pablo Marchant   (Auditorium)
11:50 AM Formation of high-mass merging binary black holes through stable mass transfer and super-Eddington accretion - Max Briel   (Auditorium)
9:00 AM Discovery of an Intermediate Mass Stripped Star in Orbit with a Compact Companion: the Elusive Gravitational Wave Progenitors - Bethany Ludwig   (Auditorium)
9:20 AM Black Widows as Stellar Evolution Labs - Sivan Ginzburg   (Auditorium)
9:40 AM Planetary Nebulae and binaries - David Jones   (Auditorium)
10:20 AM Shaping of AGB outflows by wind-companion interactions in binary and hierarchical triple systems - Jolien Malfait   (Auditorium)
10:40 AM --- Break ---
11:10 AM The masses of faint white dwarfs measured thanks to their orbital acceleration - Ana Escorza   (Auditorium)
11:30 AM Any star could be a binary - taking spectral disentangling to the industrial scale - Luzian Seeburger   (Auditorium)
11:50 AM Red novae, stellar mergers in binary and triple systems, and bipolar nebulae - Tomasz Kaminski   (Auditorium)
12:10 PM Binary systems as probes of globular cluster internal dynamics - Mario Cadelano   (Auditorium)
12:30 PM --- Lunch Break ---
2:00 PM Accretion of sub-stellar binary companions as the origin of multiple populations in globular clusters - Andrew Winter   (Auditorium)
2:20 PM Photometric binaries in Extragalactic globular clusters - Anjana Mohandasan   (Auditorium)
2:40 PM Numerical simulations of binary interactions - Ileyk El Mellah   (Auditorium)
3:20 PM A Theory of Mass Transfer in Binary Stars - Jakub Cehula   (Auditorium)
3:40 PM --- Break ---
4:20 PM Tidal distortion and energy transfer in close binaries - Matthias Fabry   (Auditorium)
4:40 PM Minimum mass ratio of contact binary stars - Milan Pešta   (Auditorium)
5:00 PM The contribution of binary star formation on core-fragmentation scales on protostellar multiplicity - Rajika Kuruwita   (Auditorium)
5:20 PM Binary evolution and angular momentum transport during common-envelope post-dynamical spiral-in phase - Damien Gagnier   (Auditorium)
12:10 PM Reconsidering the contribution of massive stars in star cluster simulations - Poojan Agrawal   (Auditorium)
12:30 PM --- Lunch Break ---
2:00 PM Common evolutionary threads and differences between gravitational-wave source progenitors and X-ray binaries - Anastasios Fragkos   (Auditorium)
2:40 PM Simulations of Colliding winds in Massive Binary Systems with Accretion - Amit Kashi   (Auditorium)
3:00 PM The first strongly magnetic Wolf-Rayet star - Tomer Shenar   (Auditorium)
3:20 PM Are massive supernova progenitors more efficient element factories when stripped in binaries? - Jing-Ze Ma   (Auditorium)
3:40 PM --- Break ---
4:20 PM Posters 1 - 14   (Auditorium)
12:10 PM Searching for empirical signatures of binarity in fast-rotating O-type stars. - Nikolay Britavskiy   (Auditorium)
12:30 PM --- Lunch Break ---
2:00 PM Binary compact objects from massive binary stars - Floor Broekgaarden   (Auditorium)
2:40 PM Identifying quiescent compact objects in massive single-lined spectroscopic binaries - Soetkin Janssens   (Auditorium)
3:00 PM JAC Selma de Mink   (Auditorium)
4:00 PM --- Break ---
4:40 PM Posters 15 - 28   (Auditorium)
12:30 PM --- Lunch Break ---
2:00 PM On the evolution of binarity and multiplicity among Cepheids in star clusters - Frantisek Dinnbier   (Auditorium)
2:20 PM A systematic search for spectroscopic binary cepheids - Shreeya Shetye   (Auditorium)
2:40 PM A tight spectroscopic quadruple as a possible progenitor of sub-Chandrasekhar Type Ia supernovae - Thibault Merle   (Auditorium)
3:00 PM Period resonance in 2+2 quadruples - Ondrej Pejcha   (Auditorium)
3:20 PM --- Break ---
4:00 PM Summary of the conference - Ross Church   (Auditorium)