FM 10 will take place in room 313C in the Hawaii Convention Center. Instructions for presenters can be found here. Speakers are not allowed to present from their own laptop , the presentation needs to be provided beforehand, either before the GA via upload to the meeting pages or during the GA in the "speaker ready room" 317. Detailed instructions are found here.
Applicants that are not listed for a contributed talk were moved to the poster session (with very few exceptions) and posters can be displayed throughout the second week of the GA. Instructions for poster presenters are here.

Update (Nov. 2015): Talks are now being put online, those titles that have a link are currently available. Clicking on the link directly downloads the pdf, note that there can be large files (sizes are kept to a maximum of a few MB).

Tuesday 14:00-15:30 Session 1: The progenitors of stellar explosions (chair: G. Meynet)
14:00-14:10C. Thöne Intro to FM 10
14:10-14:40C. FryerUnderstanding the Engine Behind Core-Collapse Supernovae (invited)
14:40-15:05S. de MinkMassive binaries as progenitors for stellar explosions (invited)
15:05-15:30N. Elias-RosaObservational constraints on the progenitor of core-collapse supernovae (invited)
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-18:00 Session 2: The progenitors of stellar explosions cont. (chair: J. Anderson) 
16:00-16:12G. MeynetSupernovae from yellow, blue supergiants: origin and consequences
for stellar evolution
16:12-16:24S.-C. YoonMetallicity dependence of Type Ib/c and IIb supernova progenitors in binary systems
16:24-16:36J. GrohModeling the early-time spectra of core-collapse SNe:
probing progenitor properties and mass loss as stars explode
16:36-16:48D. SzecsiThe spectaculous deaths of massive stars in the starburst galaxy IZw18
16:48-17:00C. GeorgySupernova progenitors as a test for stellar physics
17:00-17:12K.-J. ChenEnergetic Supernovae of Very Massive Primordial Stars
17:12-17:24I. NegueruelaRed supergiants as type II supernova progenitors
17:24-17:36A. HowellDetermining the progenitors of supernovae with early robotic observations
17:36-17:48V. DwarkadasUsing the X-ray Lightcurves of Young Supernovae to Probe the Stellar Environment
and Supernova Progenitors
17:48-18:00D. MilisavljevicUtilizing Supernova Remnants as Probes of Explosion Mechanisms and
Progenitor Systems
Wednesday 8:30-10:00 plenary sessionno program at the FM
10:30-12:30 Session 3: Starbursts across the Universe (chair: L. Kewley)
10:30-10:55 K. Johnson Multi-Wavelength Observations of Nearby Starburst Galaxies (invited)
10:55-11:20 M. Ouchi Evolution and Feedback Effects of High-z Star-Forming Galaxies (invited)
11:20-11:45 M. Michalowski Submm/radio observations of starbursts across the Universe (invited)
11:45-12:00 E. Ntormousi Formation of cold clumps and filaments around superbubbles
12:00-12:15 E. Scannapieco Stellar Explosions in High-surface Density Galaxies
12:15-12:30 T. Muxlow Peering into the heart of the M82 starburst: Type II supernova remnants
and a possible relic GRB?
12:30-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:30 Session 4: The progenitors of stellar explosions cont. (chair: D. Szecsi)
14:00-14:30 G. Leloudas Observations of superluminous supernovae and their host galaxies (invited)
14:30-14:42 J. Silverman Type Ia Supernovae Strongly Interacting with Their Circumstellar Medium
14:42-14:54 O. Fox A Spitzer Search for the Missing Supernovae in the Galactic Nuclei of ULIRGS
14:54-15:06 M. Matsuura ALMA molecular observations of supernova 1987A as a tracer of mixing and dynamics
after the explosion
15:06-15:18 F. Olivares Magnetar-driven explosions in the context of the full sample of supernovae
associated with gamma-ray bursts
15:18-15:30 P. O'Brien Studying stellar explosions with Athena
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-18:00 Session 5: The hosts of stellar explosions (chair: F. Matteucci)
16:00-16:30 P. Vreeswijk The host galaxies of long-duration GRBs in absorption and in emission (invited)
16:30-17:00 C. Kobayashi Modeling abundances in star forming galaxies (invited)
17:00-17:12 D. Perley The Swift GRB Host Galaxy Legacy Survey
17:12-17:24 S. Vergani Are LGRBs biased tracers of star formation?
Clues from the host galaxies of the Swift/BAT6 complete sample of LGRBs
17:24-17:36 V. D'Elia SN 2013dx associated with GRB 130702A: a detailed photometric
and spectroscopic monitoring and a study of the environment
17:36-17:48 A. de Ugarte Postigo The X-shooter sample of GRB afterglow spectra: Properties of the absorption features
17:48-18:00 A. Gomboc Extinction curves of GRB environment with the X-shooter spectrograph
Thursday 08:30-10:00 Session 6: The hosts of stellar explosions cont. (chair: A. de Ugarte Postigo)  
08:30-8:42 F. Matteucci Galactic chemical evolution and GRB host identification
08:42-8:54 O. Graur Constraining the Progenitors of Stripped-Envelope Supernovae with Correlations
between their Rates and Host-Galaxy Properties
08:54-9:06 C. Angus Hunting for the faintest hosts of the brightest explosions:
Superluminous Supernovae hosts with HST
09:06-9:18 A. Cucchiara Exploring the Environment of the most powerful Explosions
09:18-9:30 M. Arabsalmani On the kinematics of neutral gas in GRB host galaxies
09:30-10:00L. Kewley Emission line diagnostics for galaxies (invited)
10:00-10:30Coffee break
10:30-12:30 Session 7: The hosts of stellar explosions - resolving the explosion site (chair: S. Vergani)
10:30-11:00 S. Sanchez The properties of spatially resolved ionized gas uncovered by CALIFA (invited)
11:00-11:30 E. Levesque Resolved Host Studies of Stellar Explosions (invited)
11:30-11:42 S. Van Dyk Spatially-Resolved Imaging of Stripped-Envelope Supernova Environments
11:42-11:54 J. Anderson SN II environment metallicities: progenitor constraints, and the use of SN II
as metallicity indicators
11:54-12:06 B. Hatsukade Gamma-ray bursts from dusty regions with little molecular gas
12:06-12:18 H. Kuncarayakti The explosion sites of nearby supernovae seen with integral field spectroscopy
12:18-12:30 J. Selsing Local environments of SNe Ic and Ic-BL