Lorentz Center - From Disks to Planets: Learning from Starlight 2009 EARA workshop from 16 Mar 2009 through 20 Mar 2009
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    From Disks to Planets: Learning from Starlight
    2009 EARA workshop
    from 16 Mar 2009 through 20 Mar 2009

 
EARA Talks

Monday, 16 March 2009

 

09:00-10:00      Registration & Coffee, Oort Building, Lorentz Center, 3rd floor

10:00-10:20      SOC: Introduction

10:20-11:10      John Carpenter: Determining the Ages and Masses of Pre-Main-Sequence Stars: Techniques and Challenges

11:10-11:30      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

11:30-12:20      Michael Meyer: Structure and Evolution of Planet-Forming Disks A Function of Stellar Properties

12:20-13:30      LUNCH in the Gorlaeus restaurant

13:30-14:20      Stephane Udry: Planet and host star properties: from gaseous giants to super-Earths

14:20-14:30      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

14:30-16:00      Break-out sessions: Suggested groups: Disks, Stars, Planets?

16:00-17:00      Plenary

17:00- ?            Wine & Cheese: Lorentz Center common room

 

 

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

 

09:00-09:10      COFFEE: Lorentz Center common room

09:10-09:50      Andrew Youdin: The many facets of planetesimal formation: theory, simulation, observation, experiment and meteorite specimens

09:50-10:10      Chris Ormel: The early formation of planet formation: how to grow from small to large

10:10-10:30      Carsten Dominik: Dust aggregates - how fluffy can they really get?

10:30-11:00      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

11:00-11:20      Mihkel Kama: Dust composition and the inner rim structures of protoplanetary discs

11:20-12:00      Bruno Merin: New Spitzer results on disk evolution and planet formation

12:00-12:20      Barbara Ercolano: Life and death of irradiated gaseous protoplanetary disks

12:20-13:30      LUNCH in the Gorlaeus restaurant

13:30-16:30      Break-out sessions: Suggested groups: Disks, Stars, Planets?

16:30-17:30      Plenary

 

 

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

 

09:00-09:10      COFFEE: Lorentz Center common room

09:10-09:50      Inga Kamp: The role of the central star for the structure of protoplanetary disks

09:50-10:10      Gerrit van der Plas: Deciphering the interplay between starlight and Carbon Monoxide gas in circumstellar disks

10:10-10:30      Richard Alexander: Can [NeII] emission-line profiles probe photoevaporative disc winds?

10:30-11:00      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

11:00-11:40      Gregory Herczeg: Observational diagnostics of magnetospheric accretion

11:40-12:00      Davide Fedele: The timescale of mass accretion in pre-main sequence stars

12:00-12:20      Nikoletta Sipos: EX Lupi, the prototype of EXors in quiescence

12:20-13:30      LUNCH in the Gorlaeus restaurant

13:30-16:00      Break-out sessions  

16:00-16:30      Plenary

16:30- ?            DINNER: Departure bus to Leiden, Leiden Boat Cruise and Workshop Dinner

 

 

Thursday, 19 March 2009

 

09:00-09:20      COFFEE: Lorentz Center common room

09:20-10:00      Leo Girardi: The age-dating of planet-hosting stars

10:00-10:20      Garik Israelian: Abundance in planet-host stars

10:20-10:40      Matt Troutman: A Near-Infrared study of circumstellar gas in debris disks

10:40-11:10      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

11:10-11:30      Agnes Kospal: The relationship of debris disks and planet formation

11:30-11:50      Olja Panić: Do gas and dust in discs have their story straight?

11:50-12:10      Nicolas Lodieu: Near-IR spectroscopy of planetary-mass members in Upper Sco

12:20-13:30      LUNCH in the Gorlaeus restaurant

13:30-16:00      Break-out sessions

16:00-16:30      Plenary

 

 

Friday, 20 March 2009

 

09:00-09:30      COFFEE: Lorentz Center common room

09:10-09:30      Cathie Clarke: Planetesimal formation and evolution in self-gravitating discs

09:30-09:50      Anders Johansen: Why do planets rotate?

09:50-10:10      Mariangela Bonavita: Clues on the frequency of giant planets in wide orbits

10:10-10:50      Ramiro de la Reza: Pre-main sequence rotation and x-rays in low-mass stars

10:50-11:20      BREAK: Lorentz Center common room

11:20-11:40      Demerese Salter: Periodic millimeter flares toward young pre-main sequence binaries

11:40-12:00      Isa Oliveira: Serpens as a laboratory for star and planet formation

12:00-12:20      Sandra Jeffers: EXPO: Instrumental design and first results

12:20-13:30      LUNCH in the Gorlaeus restaurant

13:30-14:00      Ewine van Dishoeck: Future Prospects: Future Science Directions in the Study of Circumstellar Disks

14:00-14:30      SOC: Conclusions

 



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