List of Posters

  Session 1 = Galactic Disc - Fundamentals  
1 The disk-halo interaction in spiral galaxies. Ameerah Al-Sadooni
2 Stellar disks and dark halos in superthin galaxies Dmitry Bizyaev
3 New direct and fully empirical calibrations for strong-line metallicity indicators in star forming galaxies Mirko Curti
4 Antitruncations: Halos, Disks, and Star Formation Peter Erwin
5 The interplay between the outskirts of disks and galactic halos Facundo Gomez
6 Estimates of the strength of spiral perturbations in disk galaxies Preben Grosboel
7 From galactic discs to Nuclear Clusters Nicolas Guillard
8 Galaxy Zoo: Linking spiral arm structure with star-formation properties of galaxies Ross Hart
9 Revisiting DiskMass : Estimating baryonic masses using stellar kinematics Frederic V. Hessman
10 Fornax Deep Survey with VST: mapping the disk in NGC1365 out to the faintest levels of mu_r~31 mag/arcsec^2 Enrichetta Iodice
11 Little Things in 3D: Kinematics of the HI discs in dwarf Irregular galaxies Giuliano Iorio
12 The variety of thick discs Anastasia Kasparova
13 The Catalog of Genuine Edge-On Disk Galaxies in SDSS and the Properties of Superthin Disk Galaxies Stephan J. Kautsch
14 Galaxy Zoo: Studying stellar populations in barred galaxies using structural decomposition of multiband galaxy images Sandor Kruk
15 Near-Infrared Imaging of Barred Low Surface Brightness Galaxies Honey M.
16 Baryonic and dark matter mass distributions in disk galaxies Thomas Martinsson
17 The Disk-Halo conspiracy Fast-Rotating Early-Type Galaxies. Tom Oosterloo
18 Gaseous and stellar flows in the spiral arms of *barred-spiral* models Panos Patsis
19 Time-dependent corotation in barred galaxies Daniel Pfenniger
20 Unveiling the sources of disk heating in spiral galaxies with the CALIFA survey Francesca Pinna
21 Spatially resolved stellar populations in disk galaxies. The CALIFA survey Patricia Sanchez-Blazquez
22 On inverse gradients in discs: Ralph Schoenrich
23 The Origin of the Dependence of the Mass-Metallicity Relation on Environment Po-Feng Wu
24 Time-dependent Corotation Resonance in Barred Galaxies Yu-Ting Wu
  Session 2 = The Emergence of Early Discs  
25 Clusters of Small Clumps Can Explain The Peculiar Properties of Giant Clumps in High-Redshift Galaxies Manuel Behrendt
26 Local Analogs for High-redshift Galaxies: Understanding Interstellar Medium Conditions and Metallicities in High-redshift Galaxies Fuyan Bian
27 Origin and structure of massive clumps in high-redshift disk galaxies Andreas Burkert
Toward the intrinsic stellar mass spectrum of star-forming clumps in z=1-3 galaxies Miroslava Dessauges
29 Establishing the formation redshift of the first dynamically cold galaxy discs with MUSE Dimitri Gadotti
30 Observations of stellar disk kinematics in S0 galaxies
German Gimeno
31 Physics of a lensed clumpy galaxy at a redshift of 1.6 Marianne Girard
32 MUSE reveals the interplay between the ionised gas and stars of intermediate redshift disk galaxies Adrien Guérou
33 The Spatially Resolved Dynamics of Star-forming Galaxies as a Function of Redshift and Environment Helen Johnson
34 Disk or not, and the properties of gaseous disks at z~2.5 in a protocluster seen by ALMA Minju Lee
35 Is the dust in disc galaxies different at z=0.7? Sarah Leslie
36  Spatially resolved molecular gas and star formation in star-forming galaxies around redshift 1 Magdalena Lippa
37  Galaxy Kinematics and Tully-Fisher analysis in the z=1.4 XMMUJ2235-2557 cluster field Jose Manuel Perez Martinez
38  Nuclear stellar disks as clocks for the assembly history of early-type galaxies Marc Sarzi
39  Outer disks of lenticular galaxies: stellar populations and gas supply Olga Silchenko
40   Star formation activity of active galaxies before the peak epoch traced by [OIII] emission line Tomoko Suzuki
41  The Tully-Fisher relation at 0.6<z<2.7 with KMOS^3D Hannah Übler
42  Tracing the Inside-out Growth & Outside-In Quenching of Disks over ~85% of cosmic time. David Wilman
  Session 3 = The Milky Way and the Local Group  
43 The resolved enrichment histories of quiescent disk galaxies - a benchmark for the Milky Way Omar Choudhury
44 Self-consistent distribution function modelling of the Milky Way and what it tells us about its dark-matter halo. David Cole
45 Gas and stellar spiral arms and their offsets in the grand-design spiral galaxy M51 Fumi Egusa
46 Unveiling the disc and spiral structure of the giant low surface brightness galaxy Malin 1 Gaspar Galaz
47  Inner Stellar Halo in the Milky Way: Predicted Shape and Kinematics Angeles Perez-Villegas
48 Formation and evolution of spiral arms in galaxies orbiting a Virgo-like cluster Marcin Semczuk
49 The spiral structure of NGC628, M83 and NGC 156 as traced by their star clusters Faiezeh Shabani
50  Chemo-dynamical structure of the Milky Way disk as revealed from the radial velocity distributions of APOGEE red clump stars Daisuke Toyouchi
51  A Low Dark Matter Fraction and a Maximum Disk in the Inner Milky Way: Constraints from MOA-II Microlensing
Chris Wegg
  Session 4 = Interfacing Theory with Observations  
52 Age velocity dispersion relations and heating laws in disc galaxies Michael P. Aumer
Andromeda chained to the Box: Dynamical Models for M31's Bulge & Bar Matias Blana
54  Dynamical Constraints on the Galaxy-Halo Connection Harry Desmond
55  The impact of stellar feedback on shaping and driving the turbulent interstellar medium Kearn Grisdale
56  PARADISES: Pa- Alpha Resolved Activity and Dynamics of Infrared Selected Extreme Starbursts Yutaro Kitagawa
57  A comparison of galactic metallicity gradients: the Illustris simulation vs. recent IFU observations. Anne Klitsch
58  On the Effective Oxygen Yield in the Disks of Spiral Galaxies Anna Saburova
59 The disc mass-to-light ratios from the best-fit mass modelling: true or false? Anna Saburova
60 Hierarchical Bayesian approach for estimating physical properties in nearby galaxies Carmen Sanchez Gil