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Live Talks and Discussions

Session 1: link to join

Introduction: video link

Simon Driver (RT): Bulges in the cosmological context video link

Paola di Matteo (RT): Bulge properties from a theoretical perspective: what do they tell us about the Milky Way bulge video link


Session 2: link to join

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Stijn Wuyts (RT): High-redshift clumpy disks and bulge formation from observations

Manuela Zoccali (RT): Overview on the observational properties of the Milky Way bulge


Session 3: link to join

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Mattia Sormani (IT): The formation of nuclear discs and rings in simulations

Aura Obreja (IT): Bulges in cosmological simulations

Patricia Sanchez-Blazquez (IT): Stellar populations and the formation of central structures in disc galaxies

Discussion 1: Chemo-dynamical properties of bulges (Chairs: Elena Valenti & Chris Brook)


Session 4: link to join

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Melissa Ness (IT): The 3D chemo-dynamical structure of the Milky Way bulge

Jairo Mendez-Abreu (IT): Box/Peanuts in disc galaxies

Guo Yicheng (IT): Physical properties and evolution of star-forming clumps at high redshifts

Discussion 2: Chemo-dynamical properties of bulges (Chairs: Martin Bureau & Lodovico Coccato)


Session 5: link to join

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Peter Erwin (IT): Composite bulges

Marc Huertas-Company (IT): The importance of galaxy mergers for bulge formation

Thorsten Naab (IT): High-redshift clumpy discs and bulge formation in simulations

Discussion 3: Formation of bulges and future perspectives (Chairs: Jesus Falcon-Barroso & Victor Debattista)


Session 6: link to join

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Discussion and final remarks video link

Miroslava Dessauges-Zavadsky (IT): High-redshift clumpy galaxies: a lensing perspective

Cristina Chiappini (IT): The chemical evolution of the Milky Way bulge

Oscar Gonzalez (IT): The Milky Way bulge in the ELT/JWST era: future perspectives

Discussion 4: Formation of bulges and future perspectives (Chairs: Livia Origlia & Bruce Elmegreen)

Contributed Talks

Session 3: Full playlist

Anke Arentsen: Kinematics of (very) metal-poor stars in the Milky Way bulge region video link

Daniel Ceverino: Bulge formation through clump migration and compaction at high-z in the VELA simulations video link

Luca Costantin: Bulges as red-nugget relics in massive disk galaxies video link

Adriana de Lorenzo Caceres: Galaxy’s anatomy: witnessing the growth of dissected bulges video link

Deanne Fisher: DYNAMO Survey: An Upclose View of Clumpy, Turbulent Galaxies video link

Francesca Fragkoudi: The formation and properties of the Milky Way's bar and bulge according to cosmological simulations video link

Giulia Pagnini: On the dearth of C-enhanced metal-poor stars in the Galactic bulge video link

Jesse van de Sande: Dissecting the anatomy of the Galactic bulge through chemo-dynamic analysis of its siblings video link


Session 4: Full playlist

Hua Gao: Demographics of bulges in the Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey (CGS) video link

Ignacio Gargiulo: Bulge formation in MW and M31 like galaxies: recent results from the Auriga and TNG50 simulations video link

Minghao Guo: A New Channel of Bulge Formation via the Destruction of Short Bars video link

Keerthana Jegatheesan: BUDDI-MaNGA: Exploring bulge formation scenarios video link

Sandor Kruk: Revealing the cosmic evolution of boxy/peanut-shaped bulges video link

Andrea Kunder: The BRAVA-RR Lyrae stars: New metallicities and kinematics of the old spheroidal bulge stars video link

Madeline Lucey: The chemodynamics of the (metal-poor) Milky Way Bulge stellar populations video link

Annagrazia Puglisi: Sub-millimetre compact galaxies as a key population to understand the build-up of bulges at high-z video link

Anita Zanella: The contribution of high-redshift star-forming clumps to bulge formation and galaxy evolution video link


Session 5: 

Camila de Sá Freitas: Disentangling the light from nuclear discs: deriving stellar ages and the epoch of bar formation video link

Francesco R. Ferraro: Fossil fragments from the hierarchical assembly of the Galactic bulge video link

Wako Ishibashi: An alternative formation path for galactic bulges? 

Tommaso Marchetti: BDBS + Gaia EDR3 cleaning of the CMDs: implications for the age of the Galactic bulge video link

Marie Martig: Constraining the connection between mergers and classical bulges from an observational point of view video link

Jason Sanders: Variable stars across the Galactic Bulge and Nuclear Stellar Disc video link

Sandro Tacchella: From the variability of star formation to the formation of bulges video link


Session 6: Full playlist

Dimitri Gadotti: Nuclear discs in external galaxies and the Milky Way: building "bulges" without mergers video link

Federico Lelli: Stellar bulges and regularly rotating disks in high-z galaxies video link

Kalina Nedkova: How have galaxy components grown in size since z=2? video link

Michael R. Rich: The Blanco DECam Bulge Survey: 500 million sources in 200 square degrees video link

Francesca Rizzo: From z ~ 4.5 starburst galaxies to massive quiescent systems video link

Alvaro Rojas-Arriagada: Stellar populations in the Galactic bulge through the eyes of recent spectroscopic surveys video link

Milena Valentini: The evolution of bulges in a cosmological context: formation, kinematics, and chemical evolution video link