KIAA Held the Second Forum on Gas in Galaxies

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The second KIAA Forum on Gas in Galaxies (KFGG): Multiple-phase ISM—Probing the Activities and Power Engines from Local to Distant Universe was successfully held from 9 to 13 September. The forum accepted more than 100 attendees, more than half of which have a foreign affiliation. 

In this workshop, researchers get together to review and discuss the recent progresses in the studies of ISM/IGM, including the following six major topics: I. The Gas and Dust Contents in Galaxies and Their Evolution; II. ISM Diagnostics and Star Formation; III. Multiple-phase Outflows and Stellar and AGN Feedbacks; IV. Structures and Dynamics of the ISM; V. Gas in the Halo/IGM and Accretion Flows; VI. ISM and Star Formation across the Milky Way. 

Spanning the five days of the forum, there were 12 invited talks and 39 contributed talks.  


Poster Display 

Following the talks, there were a series of extensive discussions on relevant science and technology. 

Discussion Section

The forum stimulates interactions between researchers at KIAA and other institutes worldwide, to broaden the scientific horizons of KIAA, and to foster potential new research collaborations.