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19:00-20:00 Registration at Hotel de Borken


08:45 Shuttle bus at Van der Valk with stops at Wesseling, de Borken, then ASTRON
09:00-09:50 Registration and coffee
09:50-10:00 Welcoming remarks Betsey Adams
Session 1: Transitions in the ISM (forming molecules)
Chair: Rahul Shetty
10:00-10:30 HI-to-H_2 Transitions in Galaxy Star-Forming Regions Amiel Sternberg
10:30-10:50 Deciphering local, multi-phase HI with 21-SPONGE and artificial intelligence Claire Murray
10:50-11:10 The impact of the optically thick HI on the HI-to-H2 transition in the ISM Min-Young Lee
11:10-11:20 Poster talks
11:20-11:50 coffee break
11:50-12:20 Atomic Hydrogen and the Origin of Molecular Clouds Nia Imara
12:20-12:40 I_CO-A_V in the Local Group: Towards a Prescription for the CO Emission as a Function of Metallicity Cheoljong Lee
12:40-13:00 Forming molecules in a violent environment: outflows in starburst nuclei Arpita Roy
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Session 2: Turbulence and multi-phase medium
Chair: Jill Rathborne
14:00-14:30 The Origins and Implications of Turbulence in Galaxies Blakesley Burkhart
14:30-14:50 Density structures caused by supersonic turbulent motions Lukas Konstandin
14:50-15:10 A global view on the correlation of dust and gas Daniel Lenz
15:10-15:30 SILCC: Chemical and dynamical evolution of the SN-driven ISM and the launching of outflows Philipp Girichidis
15:30-15:40 poster talks
15:40-16:10 coffee break
16:10-16:40 Think Global, Act Local: Atomic Hydrogen in the Milky Way Naomi McClure-Griffiths
16:40-17:00 High-Resolution Images of Diffuse Neutral Clouds in the Milky Way Yurii Pidopryhora
17:00-17:20 The ISM Edith Falgarone
17:20-17:40 ISM discussion
18:00-20:00 Reception at Bospub
20:00 Shuttle bus from Bospub to Wesseling, van der Valk


Session 3: Halo gas
Chair: George Heald
08:45 Shuttle bus at Van der Valk with stops at Wesseling, de Borken, then ASTRON
09:30-10:00 The HALOGAS Survey Erwin de Blok
10:00-10:20 A GBT Survey of the HALOGAS Galaxies: Revealing the Complete HI Environment Around Spirals.  Nickolas Pingel
10:20-10:40 UGCA 105: A dwarf with a beard  Gyula I. G. Józsa
10:40-10:50 poster talks
10:50-11:20 Coffee break
11:20-11:50 Models of the Kinematics of Gas in the Disk-Halo Interface: A Galactic Perspective Bob Benjamin
11:50-12:10 Disk-corona gas cycle in simulated Milky Way-like galaxies Antonino Marasco
12:10-12:30 Kinematical misalignments in the EAGLE simulations Paolo Serra
12:30-12:50 Hot Galactic Halos Yakov Faerman
12:50-13:50 Lunch
Session 4:  Local gas accretion
Chair: Naomi McClure-Griffiths
13:50-14:20 Local Group Clues to the Galaxy Gas Life Cycle Robert Braun
14:20-14:40 Neutral Gas Clouds in the Local Group Felix Lockman
14:40-15:00 Evidence of gas accretion at the disk-halo interface of M33 Yong Zheng
15:00-15:10 Poster talks
15:10-15:40 Coffee break
15:40-16:10 The Evolution of the Gaseous Magellanic System Gurtina Besla
16:10-16:30 Dark gas in the Milky Way Helga Denes
16:30-17:00 The search for isolated HI clouds in the environment of HALOGAS galaxies Eva Juette
17:00-17:20 Will we ever see gas accretion? Filipo Fraternali
17:20-17:40 Gas accretion discussion
18:00-19:00 Poster session and borrel
19:00-20:30 Chinese buffet at ASTRON
20:30 Shuttle bus from ASTRON to Borken, Wesseling, van der Valk


Session 5: Expanding the life-cycle of gas
Chair: Amelie Saintonge
08:45 Shuttle bus at Van der Valk with stops at Wesseling, de Borken, then ASTRON
09:30-09:50 Magnetic fields and cosmic rays in the disk-halo interface of spiral galaxies Ralf-Juergen Dettmar
09:50-10:10 The Life Cycle of Gas in Galaxy Clusters Ian Parrish
10:10-10:30 Extended gaseous discs in early-type galaxies: 3D spectroscopy of the ionized gas Alexey Moiseev
10:30-10:50 AGN Feedback in Action: The Molecular Outflow in Circinus Galaxy Laura Zschaechner
10:50-11:30 coffee breaks
11:30-11:50 3D Spectroscopy of Galactic Outflows Dominik Bomans
11:50-12:10 Molecular gas in the starburst galaxy NGC 1808 revealed with ALMA Dragan Salak
12:10-12:40 GMC Populations and Star Formation in Nearby Galaxies Annie Hughes
12:40-13:10 Lunch (to-go?)  
13:10-18:00 Free afternoon
13:30 Bus from ASTRON to Giethoorn
18:30 Bus from Giethoorn to de Borken
19:30-22:00 Conference dinner: Barbecue at de Borken
22:00 Shuttle bus from de Borken to Wesseling, van der Valk


Session 6: Understanding SF laws
Chair: Liese van Zee
08:45 Shuttle bus at Van der Valk with stops at Wesseling, de Borken, then ASTRON
09:30-09:50 Spiral Shocks and the triggering of star formation Ian Bonnell
09:50-10:10 Birthing star forming clouds in the grand design Yusuke Fujimoto
10:10-10:30 Role of Cloud Cloud Collisions in High Mass Star Formation Asao Habe
10:30-10:50 Properties of the Molecular Gas and Star Formation Process in Andromeda Andreas Schruba
10:50-11:20 coffee break
11:20-11:40 Dark gas in the disc of the giant low surface brightness galaxy Malin 2  Anna Saburova
11:40-12:00 A novel model for the stellar IMF Gustavo Dopcke
12:00-12:20 The link between HI, H2 and star formation in the local Universe: the COLD GASS perspective Amelie Saintonge
12:20-12:40 The multi-scale nature of galactic star formation in discs and nuclei across cosmic time Diederik Kruijssen
12:40-13:00 The Connection between Star Formation and Metallicity Evolution in Barred Spiral Galaxies  Hugo Martel
13:00-14:00 lunch
Session 7: Star formation in extreme environments
Chair: Diederik Kruijssen
14:00-14:30 Star formation in high pressure environments Jill Rathborne
14:30-14:50 Star formation and tidal interactions in Wolf Rayet galaxies Amitesh Omar
14:50-15:10 How to suppress star formation in dwarf galaxies John Forbes
15:10-15:30 Multiwavelength view on stellar feedback and gas kinematics in nearby dwarf galaxies Oleg Egorov
15:30-16:00 Coffee
16:00-16:30 Diffuse molecular gas and variations in star formation scaling relationships in local galaxies Rahul Shetty
16:30-16:50 The star formation law in Tidal Dwarf Galaxies Ute Lisenfeld
16:50-17:10 Discussion on the Role of Star Formation in Gas Cycling Mark Heyer
17:10-17:30 discussion
17:45 Shuttle bus from ASTRON to Borken, Wesseling, van der Valk


Session 8: The role of HI in SF
Chair: Tom Oosterloo
08:45 Shuttle bus at Van der Valk with stops at Wesseling, de Borken, then ASTRON
09:30-10:00 HI and Star Formation in Dwarf Irregular Galaxies Deidre Hunter
10:00-10:20 The spatially resolved Kennicutt-Schmidt relation in the HI dominated regime Sambit Roychowdhury
10:20-10:40 Tracing HI Gas Cycles and Global Star Formation with the ALFALFA H-alpha Survey Anne Jaskot
10:40-11:00 Gas and Stars in Nearby Dwarf Galaxies with Extended Neutral Hydrogen Disks Liese van Zee
11:00-11:30 coffee
11:30-11:50 Atomic and Molecular Gastronomy in a remarkable HI-massive Galaxy Michelle Cluver
11:50-12:10 Star Formation in HI Dominated Environments Jennifer Donovan Meyer
12:10-12:30 Gaseous Dwarf-Dwarf Interactions in the Local Universe Sarah Pearson
12:30-12:50 HI observations of galaxies in the southern filament of the Virgo Cluster with the KAT-7 and the WSRT Amidou Sorgho
12:50-13:10 On the non-evolution of neutral gas mass density Tayyaba Zafar
13:10-14:10 LUNCH
Session 9: Current and future HI surveys
Chair: Kelley Hess
14:10-14:40 HI imaging surveys with Apertif Marc Verheijen
14:40-15:00 An overview of MHONGOOSE Ioannis Bagetakos
15:00-15:20 How gas feeds galaxies with a phased array feed Atilla Popping
15:20-15:50 Coffee break
15:50-16:10 The role of HI in star formation Bruce Elmegreen
16:10-16:30 discussion
shuttles to train station


Maryam Arabsalmani HI 21 cm mapping of a GRB host galaxy: the solution of a long standing mystery
Bahar Bidaran Searching for a cool neutral medium in ultra-compact high velocity clouds
Eva Busekool HI properties of galaxies in the Ursa Major and Perseus-Pisces environments.*
Yakov Faerman Ultra-Compact High-Velocity Clouds as Gas-Rich Dwarf Gala
Duncan Forgan Detecting Structure in Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Simulations via Tensor Classification*
Bradley Frank Dynamics of Molecular Gas in Nearby Galaxies
Adriana Gazol The Atomic Gas Segregation at Different Radii in the Galactic Plane
Anastasia Kasparova Can molecular clouds live long?
Gerardo Ramon-Fox Simulations of Star Formation in Flocculent Spiral Galaxies*
Jing Wang Star forming islands in the huge HI disk of ESO215-G?009*
David Williamson Production, diffusion, and tidal stripping of metals in SPH simulations*
Anatoly Zasov Total mass of HI and dynamical parameters of starforming galaxies*
*Will be considered for a talk slot if one becomes available