Invited Speakers

  • Bacmann, Aurore, Université Grenoble, France
    Complex organic molecules in cold dark cores – progress and challenges
  • Belloche, Arnaud, MPI für Radioastronomie, Germany
    Molecular complexity in the interstellar medium
  • Campbell, Ewen, University of Basel, Switzerland
    Electronic spectroscopy of molecular ions of astrochemical interest
  • Dore, Luca, Unversita di Bologna, Italy
    The role of the submillimeter-wave spectroscopy in astrochemistry
  • Goicoechea, Javier R., CSIC Madrid, Spain
    Chemistry in UV-irradiated interstellar clouds
  • Henning, Thomas, MPI für Astronomie, Germany
    Chemistry in young stellar objects
  • Kamiński, Tomasz, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA
    Shock chemistry and rare isotopologues around eruptive stars
  • Linnartz, Harold, University of Leiden, Netherlands
    From small to tall: Molecular complexity in interstellar ices
  • Pirali, Olivier, Synchrotron SOLEIL, France
    Far-infrared laboratory spectroscopy of astrophysical molecules using synchrotron radiation
  • Puzzarini, Christina, Universita di Bologna, Italy
    Rotational spectroscopy, quantum chemistry and the astrochemical challenges
  • Rölling, Markus, University of Cologne, Germany
    PDR modelling review
  • Salama,Farid, NASA - Ames Research Center, USA
    The chemical evolution of cosmic carbon: Laboratory studies with the COSmIC facility
  • Schlemmer, Stephan, University of Cologne, Germany
    The boon and bane of high-resolution spectroscopy
  • Schnell, Melanie, MPI für Struktur und Dynamik der Materie, Germany
    A multi-spectroscopic approach to reveal the astrochemistry of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
  • Schultz, Thomas, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea
    CRASY: Correlated mass-rotation spectra of heterogeneous samples
  • Yamamoto, Satoshi, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Chemical evolution and its diversity in disk forming regions
  • Zhukovska, Svitlana, University of Exeter, UK
    Destruction and re-formation of grains in an inhomogeneous interstellar matter