Star Formation Jamboree
Monday May 6 - Tuesday May 7, 2013
McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
This two day jamboree was an opportunity for the local star formation community to gather and share their latest research. Topics covered included protoplanetary disks, cores, filaments, clouds, clusters, feedback, star formation rates, galaxy-wide processes, and much more! To promote discussion between participants, each contributed talk was 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion. In addition to contributed talks, all participants had the opportunity to introduce themselves and their research in 1-2 minutes with a single slide. Graduate students were particularly encouraged to attend.
Anil Seth (Utah)
Topic: Finding and Forming Clusters in Andromeda
Financial support for this conference was provided by the Origins Institute at McMaster.