July 11-15, 2011
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Robi BANERJEE University of Heidelberg, ITA  
Nate BASTIAN Excellence Cluster, Munich  
Joanne BIBBY American Museum of Natural History Searching for Wolf-Rayet stars in M101 using the Hubble Space Telescope
David BOHLENDER National Research Council of Canada  
Dominik BOMANS Astronomical Institute of the Ruhr-University Bochum Massive variable stars at low metallicity
Alceste BONANOS National Observatory of Athens, Greece Fundamental Parameters of 4 Massive Eclipsing Binaries in Westerlund 1
Jura BORISSOVA Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile New Galactic Star Clusters Discovered in the VVV Survey.
Guillermo BOSCH UNLP & CONICET, Argentina  
Jonathan BRAITHWAITE University of Bonn Why do massive stars contain such weak magnetic fields?
Saida CABALLERO-NIEVES Georgia State University High Angular Resolution Observations of the Massive Stars in Cyg OB2
Matteo CANTIELLO Argelander Institute for Astronomy - Bonn Turbulence and magnetic fields generated by subsurface convection in hot, massive stars.
Norberto CASTRO RODRIGUEZ National Observatory of Athens, Greece Blue Massive Stars Beyond the Milky Way
André-Nicolas CHENÉ Universidad de Concepcion, Universidad de Valparaiso Young stellar clusters in the VVV survey: Towards a better understanding of their early evolution
    Discovery of a new Wolf-Rayet star using SAGE-LMC
    Large-Scale Variability of Single Galactic Wolf-Rayet Stars
Olivier CHESNEAU Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur Dense circumstellar environments and binarity
Paul CROWTHER University of Sheffield EITHER (1) Surveys of Wolf-Rayet stars beyond the Local Group OR (2) Very Massive Stars and the Eddington Limit
Augusto DAMINELI IAGUSP The nature of the periodic events in eta Carinae: collapse of the wind-wind collision.
Ashkbiz DANEHKAR Macquarie University  
Alexandre DAVID-URAZ Université de Montréal MOST : a powerful tool to reveal the true nature of the mysterious dust-forming Wolf-Rayet binary CV Ser
    X-ray emitting B stars in the Great Carina Nebula: curiosity or new paradigm?
Ben DAVIES University of Cambridge Young open star clusters: keys to understanding massive stars
Antoine DE LA CHEVROTIÈRE Université de Montréal Detecting magnetic fields in Wolf-Rayet stars
Selma DE MINK STScI Properties of Young Massive Stars and the role of Rotation, Binary Interaction and Stellar Mergers
Sébastien DESFORGES Université de Montréal Short-term spectroscopic variability of WC9 stars
artan DOGANI mr  
Laurent DRISSEN Université Laval Hyperspectral imagers for the study of massive stars nebulae
Vikram DWARKADAS University of Chicago Ionization-Gasdynamics Models and X-ray Spectra of Wind-Blown Nebulae around Massive Stars
Jackie FAHERTY American Museum of Natural History  
Diego FALCETA-GONCALVES University of Sao Paulo  
Ademola Emmanuel FALEGAN Federal University of Technology,Akure,Nigeria  
Marc GAGNE West Chester University An X-ray Survey of Colliding Wind Binaries
Douglas GIES Georgia State University Massive Binaries: Dynamical and Evolutionary Transformations
Jose GROH Max-Planck-Institute for Radioastronomy  
Erika GRUNDSTROM Vanderbilt University Optical Spectroscopy of the Be Star in the gamma-ray Binary PSR B1259-63
Ted GULL NASA/GSFC Eta Carinae: an observational testbed for 3-D interacting wind modeling
Wolf-Rainer HAMANN University Potsdam WC stars and their role in the life cycle of massive stars
Vincent HÉNAULT-BRUNET University of Edinburgh  
Anthony HERVÉ université de Liège A new X-ray spectral modeling tool and its first application to Zeta Puppis.
Christian HUMMEL European Southern Observatory  
Graham KANAREK Columbia University A Deep NIR Survey for Galactic Wolf-Rayet Stars
Lex KAPER Astronomical Institute UvA On the formation of massive stars
Amit KASHI Technion - Israel  
NISHA KATYAL Inter University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), INDIA  
Rubab KHAN Ohio State University, Columbus Self-Obscured Dusty Massive Stars in Nearby Galaxies
Gloria KOENIGSBERGER ICF, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico  
Sebastien LEPINE American Museum of Natural History  
Adriane LIERMANN Max-Planck-Institute for Radioastronomy  
Alex LOBEL Royal Observatory of Belgium Modeling the Asymmetrical Wind of the Massive LBV Binary MWC 314
Oveis MAHMOUDI Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch  
Christophe MARTAYAN ESO  
Andrew MASON The Open University  
Philip MASSEY Lowell Observatory The Wolf-Rayet Content of M33
Jon MAUERHAN IPAC/Caltech Red Eyes on Wolf-Rayet Stars: New Discoveries in the Galaxy via Infrared Color Selection
Georges MEYNET Geneva University  
Anthony MOFFAT Université de Montréal Pulsations of massive stars
Thierry MOREL ULg, Liege, Belgium Mixing in magnetic massive stars
Enrique MORENO MÉNDEZ Argelander-Institut für Astronomie  
Nidia MORRELL Las Campanas Observatory  
Ignacio NEGUERUELA University of Alicante  
Joy NICHOLS Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics On the potential importance of studying X-ray emission line variability in OB stars
Lidia OSKINOVA Potsdam University X-ray emission from massive stars and what can we learn about stellar winds from it.
Fernando PENA ICA-Saint Mary's University p-mode evolution as a function of rotation
Andy POLLOCK European Space Agency The dazzling stories of WR140, WR25 and other X-ray colliding-wind binaries.
Charles PROFFITT STScI/CSC Observations of Boron Abundances in Rapidly Rotating Early-B Stars
Benedict RITCHIE Open University, UK  
Carmelle ROBERT Université Laval UVIT Characteristics of Young Stellar Populations
Olivier SCHNURR Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam The most massive stars
Michael SHARA American Museum of Natural History Surveys for Wolf-Rayet Stars in the Galaxy and the Local Group
B SHYLAJA Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium  
Sergio SIMÓN-DÍAZ Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain) Macroturbulent broadening: a single-snapshot alternative to investigate stellar pulsations in Massive Stars?
Linda SMITH Space Telescope Science Institute Stellar Feedback at Low Metallicity: The Gas Dynamics of the Young SMC Cluster NGC 346
Nathan SMITH U. of Arizona  
Noam SOKER Technion - Israel  
Nicole ST-LOUIS Université de Montréal Timeseries of High Resolution Linear Spectropolarimetric Observations of Wolf-Rayet Stars
Krzysztof STANEK The Ohio State University  
Christiaan STERKEN University Brussels  
Andrea STOLTE Argelander Institut for Astronomy, Bonn  
Guy STRINGFELLOW University of Colorado Identification of New Galactic Candidate-LBVs and WR Stars from IR Spectroscopy
Sharanya SUR Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, Univ. of Heidelberg  
Yamina TOUHAMI Georgia State University A CHARA Array Survey of the Circumstellar Environments of Rapidly Rotating Be Stars
    Resolving Circumstellar Disks of Be stars with The CHARA Array Interferometer
Karel A. VAN DER HUCHT SRON-Utrecht  
Dany VANBEVEREN Free University of Brussels The formation and evolution of massive and very massive stars in dense stellar clusters
Jorick VINK Armagh Observatory Wind models for very massive stars up to 300 solar masses
Delia VOLPI Royal Observatory of Belgium Massive non-thermal radio emitters: new data and their modelling
Nolan WALBORN Space Telescope Science Institute The ONn Giants
    New Spectroscopic Categories of Young O Stars from the VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey
Kerstin WEIS Astronomisches Institut, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum LBV nebulae as tracers of stellar instabilities
Hans ZINNECKER Deutsches SOFIA Institut, Univ. Stuttgart & NASA-Ames Is massive star formation a scaled-up version of low-mass starformation?
David ZUREK American Museum of Natural History