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MONDAY
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Chair: JJ Eldridge9.15-9.30
Introduction and Mihi Whakatoa
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9.30-10.10MeynetGeorgesOverview of recent developments in stellar theory and supernovae
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10.10-10.30BiancoFedInvited: Difference between Iib/Ib/Ic/Ic-BL
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10.30-11
Morning Coffee
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11.00-11.20MullerBernhardInvited: Core-collapse SNe modelling - how many ways can you explode a star?
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11.20-11.40HillierDesmond JohnInvited: Quantitative spectroscopy of supernovae
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11.40-11.55NomotoKenichi
Radiation Hydrodynamics of Type I Superluminous Supernovae: Constraints on Progenitors and Explosion Mechanisms
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11.55-12.10ThöneChristinaSN 2015bh: an LBV becomes NGC 2770s forth SN... or not?
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JankaHans-Thomas44Ti and 56Ni Production and Distribution in a Cassiopeia A like 3D Supernova Model
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12.10-12.25XiaoLinEmission-line diagnostics of Nearby HII Regions including Supernova host
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12.25-12.40DroutMariaProbing the Extremes of Pre-SN Mass Loss with the PanSTARRS1 Medium-Deep Survey
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12.40-14.00
Catered Lunch
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Chair: Margaret Hanson14.00-14.20BerstenMelinaInvited: Modelling the SN and progenitors
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14.20-14.40FraserMorganInvited: Progenitors of core-collapse supernovae
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14.40-15.00GrohJoseInvited: Spectroscopic evolution of supernova progenitors
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15.00-15.15SmithNathanChallenges to stellar evolution from LBVs, SN Impostors, and Supernovae with Dense CSM
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15.15-15.30PodsiadlowskiPhilippBinary Evolution and the Final Fate of Massive Stars
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15.30-16.10
Afternoon Coffee
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16.10-16.25HoffmanJenniferReconstructing the Scene: New Views of Supernovae and Progenitors from the SNSPOL Project
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16.25-16.40BeasorEmmaThe evolution of red supergiants to supernovae
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16.40-16.55MenonAthiraThe quest for blue supergiants: Binary merger models for the evolution of the progenitor of SN 1987A
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16.55-17.10YusofNorhaslizaVery Massive Stars at Different Metallicities
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17.10-17.25AgliozzoClaudiaThe mass-loss before the end: two luminous blue variables with a collimated stellar wind
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17.25-17.40ErtlThomasThe progenitor-remnant connection of neutrino-driven supernovae across the stellar mass range
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TUESDAY
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Chair: Sung-Chul Yoon9.00-9.20Simon-DiazSergioInvited: Multi Epoch views of massive stars
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9.20-9.40FullerJimInvited: Asteroseismology of massive stars
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9.40-10.00WadeGreggInvited: Magnetic fields in massive stars
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10.00-10.15ShultzMatthew
Rotation, Evolution, Magnetic Fields, and Emission: Results from the First Population Study of Magnetic Early B-type Stars
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10.15-10.30Rubio
Maria del Mar
Re-examining the upper mass limit of stars using an isolated ~140 Msun twin of R136's WNh5 core stars
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10.30-11.10
Morning Coffee
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11.10-11.25Maíz ApellánizJesúsGaia and spectroscopic surveys of O stars: the solar neighborhood in 6-D
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11.25-11.40OksalaMaryThe evolution of magnetic fields in hot stars
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11.40-11.55BuysschaertBramMagneto-asteroseismology of hot stars
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11.55-12.10OskinovaLidiaX-ray diagnostics of massive star winds
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12.10-12.25GiesDouglas
Taking the Measure of Massive Stars and their Environments with the CHARA Array Long-baseline Interferometer
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12.25-14.30
Long Lunch Break to explore
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Chair: Melina Bernsten14.30-14.50NievaMaria-FernandaInvited: High accuracy quantitative spectroscopy in the Galaxy
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14.50-15.10BarbaRodlofoInvited: OWN, a survey of O and WR stars
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15.10-15.30OhnakaKeiichiInvited: Resolving the mass loss from red supergiants by high angular resolution
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15.30-15.45MasseyPhilipThe Red Supergiant Content of the Local Group
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15.45-16.00SciclunaPeterA high-contrast imaging survey of nearby red supergiants
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16.00-16.40
Afternoon Coffee
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16.40-16.55HainichRainerThe metallicity dependence of WR winds
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16.55-17.10NeugentKathrynThe Evolutionary Status of WN3/O3 Wolf-Rayet Stars
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SPLINTER SESSION
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Chair: Lida Oskinova18.00-18.12KretschmarPeterStudying Stellar Winds in Massive X-ray Binaries
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18.12-18.24NazéYaëlX-rays from colliding winds in massive binaries
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18.24-18.36HamaguchiKenjiOrigin of Extremely Hard X-ray Emission from Eta
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18.36-18.48SchulzNorbertX-ray Emission from Massive Stars at the Core of
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18.48-19.00RussellChrisModeling the Chandra observations of the Galactic Center
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19.00-19.12FletcherCorinneInvestigating the Magnetospheres of Rapidly
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19.12-19.24MaraveliasGrigorisThe circumstellar environment of B[e] Supergiants
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19.24-19.36
Dorn-Wallenstein
TrevorA Candidate Red Supergiant X-ray Binary in M31
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WEDNESDAY
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Chair: Yael Naze9.00-9.20
Caballero-Nieves
SaidaInvited: The Young and the Massive: Stars at the upper end of the Initial Mass Function
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9.20-9.40SanaHuguesInvited: Multiplicity of massive stars
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9.40-10.00PostnovKonstantinInvited: Progenitors of the black-hole binary mergers detected by LIGO
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10.00-10.15PabloHerbertThe Most Massive Heartbeat : Finding the Pulse of Iota Orionis
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10.15-10.30DamineliAugustoEta Carinae A: a star with a hole
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10.30-11.30
Morning Coffee - EXTENDED POSTER SESSION SPONSERED BY CAASTRO
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11.30-17.15
Trip to Rangitoto
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13.00-16.15Museum
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THURSDAY
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Chair: Bernhard Muller9.00-9.20GeorgyCyrilInvited: Evolution models of red supergiants
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9.20-9.40JusthamStephenInvited: Massive binary stars
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9.40-10.00IvanovaNataliaInvited: Common envelope: progress and transients
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10.00-10.15HamannWolf-RainerMassive stars in advanced evolutionary stages, and the potential progenitors of GW150914
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10.15-10.30Sabín-SanjuliánCarolinaProperties of the O dwarf population in 30 Doradus
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10.30-11.10
Morning Coffee
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11.10-11.25AugustsonKyleThe Magnetic Furnace: Intense Core Dynamos in B Stars
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11.25-11.40CristiniAndrea3D Hydrodynamic Simulations of the Carbon Shell in a Massive Star
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11.40-12.00GräfenerGötzInvited: Clumping in stellar winds and interiors
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12.00-12.20SanderAndreasInvited: Recent advances in NLTE stellar atmosphere models
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12.20-12.35JiangYanfei3D Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Massive Star Envelopes at the Iron Opacity Peak
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12.35-12.50BardChristopherEffect of a Dipole Magnetic Field on Massive Star Line-Driven Winds
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12.50-14.30
Long Lunch Break to explore
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14.00-14.30
LSST Transients and Variable Stars Discussion
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Splinter Session: Te Pūnaha Matatini Data Poetry Workshop
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Chair: Jennifer Andrews14.30-14.45ErbaChristianaNew Insights into the Puzzling P-Cygni Profiles of Massive Magnetic Stars
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14.45-15.00MurphyJeremiahThe Spatial Distribution of Massive Stars and Stellar Evolution
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15.00-15.15GoetbergYlvaThe Elusive Population of Massive Binary Star Products: the far UV Spectra of Stripped Stars
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15.15-15.30KeszthelyiZsolt
The evolution of magnetic hot massive stars: implementation of the quantitative influence of surface magnetic fields in modern models of stellar evolution
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15.30-15.45CantielloMatteoThe Stellar Ultrasound
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15.45-16.00McClellandLiamHelium stars: Towards an understanding of Wolf-Rayet evolution
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16.00-16.30
Afternoon Tea
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16.30-17.00
Discussion led by Nathan Smith & Jose Groh
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19.00-21.00
Conference Dinner & Conference Quiz + Speeches by JJE, Herrero, Hanson & Vink.
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FRIDAY
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Chair: Jennifer Hoffman9.30-9.50ChenéAndré-NicolasInvited: Massive infrared clusters in the Milky Way
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9.50-10.10NegureruelaIgnacioInvited: Massive stars in Galactic clusters
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10.10-10.30VinkJorickInvited: The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey
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