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Discs06 Programme

Last Updated: 2006-07-10
Sunday 16th July
1700Registration/Reception (Buffet from 1800)
 
Monday 17th July
Session: Disc lifetime as function of stellar mass and environment
ChairD Hollenbach
0910A NattaArcetriReview Accretion and the history of disks
1000L HartmannUniversity of MichiganReview Disc lifetimes as a function of environment and stellar mass
1050Coffee
1115R L AkesonMichelson Science Center, Caltec Studying inner disk properties with infrared interferometry
1140J A EisnerUC BerkeleyProbing Sub-AU Radii of Young Circumstellar Disks
1205I PascucciSteward Observatory, Univ. of ArizonaGas in Disks around Sun-like Stars : Results from the FEPS Spitzer Legacy Program
1230Lunch
Session: Clues to disc clearing from Spectral Energy Distributions
ChairL Hartmann
1400K WoodSt Andrews UniversityReview Clues to disc clearing from Spectral Energy Distributions
1450N CalvetUniversity of MichiganReview Protoplanetary disk evolution and clearing
1540Tea
1605A ScholzUniversity of Toronto The Dusty Disks of Young Brown Dwarfs: New Results from Spitzer and IRAM
1630J MuzerolleUniversity of Arizona Transition Disks from a Spitzer Imaging Survey of Young Clusters
1655End Day 1
 
Tuesday 18th July
Session: Disc dispersal mechanisms
ChairC J Clarke
0910D HollenbachNASA Ames research CenterReview Disk Dispersal Mechanisms
1000R D AlexanderJILA, University of ColoradoReview Dynamic models of disc clearing
1050Coffee
1115H NomuraKobe University Dust evolution in photoevaporating protoplanetary disks
1140S FromangDAMTP, University of CambridgeDust settling in turbulent protoplanetary discs
1205N TurnerJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Inst of TechGrain Settling and Mixing in MRI Turbulence
1230Photo: outside Observatory Building
1245Lunch
Session: Disc mineralogy as diagnostic of grain growth
ChairJ E Pringle
1400J BouwmanMPIA HeidelbergReview Disc mineralogy as diagnostic of grain growth
1450D ApaiSteward Observatory, Univ. of Arizona / NASAThe first steps toward planetesimal formation in brown dwarf disks: Implications on protoplanetary disks
1515Tea
1540Poster Talks followed by Poster Viewing
 
Wednesday 19th July
Session: Planet formation in evolving discs
ChairS Wolf
0910D. LinUC, Santa CruzReview The early stages of planet formation in evolving discs
1000P J ArmitageUniversity of Colorado, BoulderReview The secular evolution of discs and the formation of planets
1050Coffee
1115W K M RiceInstitute for Astronomy, University of EdinburghPlanetesimal formation in self-gravitating protoplanetary discs
1140L M MayerETH ZurichNew results on gravitationally unstable disks and giant planet formation with both SPH and AMR simulations
1205Y AlibertPhysikalisches Institut, University of BernExtended core accretion models of planet formation
1230Lunch
Free Afternoon
19:15 for 19:45BanquetHall of TrinityCollege
 
Thursday 20th July
Session: Planet-disc interaction and migration
ChairD Lin
1000R NelsonQueen Mary, University of LondonReview The role of migration in the formation of planets
1050Coffee
1115W KleyUniversity of TuebingenResonances and Scattering in Planetary Systems
1140H H KlahrMax-Planck-Institut fuer AstronomieHot blobs around nascent planets: Influence on migration and observability
1205Lunch
Session: Prospects for detection of protoplanets
ChairE van Dishoeck
1400S WolfMax Planck Institute for AstronomyReview Prospects for detection of protoplanets
1450F MalbetLAOG, Observatoire de Grenoble Review The detection of planets in discs through IR interferometry
1540Tea
1605J IrwinIoA, University of CambridgeThe Monitor project: searching for transits in young open clusters
1630B AckeInstituut voor Sterrenkunde, KU LeuvenA giant planet orbiting the Herbig Be star HD 100546? Unexpected evidence from the [O I] 6300A emission line.
1655S MohantyHarvard-Smithsonian Ctr for AstrophysicsAn Edge-On Disk around the Planetary-Mass Companion
1720End Day 4
 
Friday 21st July
Session: Debris discs (evolution)
ChairJ S Greaves
0910M R MeyerSteward ObservatoryReview Evolution of debris disks: observational constraints
1000S J KenyonSmithsonian Astrophysical ObservatoryReview Evolution of debris disks: theory
1050Coffee
1115E F van DishoeckLeiden Observatory Spitzer spectroscopy of transitional disks in the c2d legacy survey
1140C H ChenNOAOSpitzer IRS Spectroscopy of IRAS-Discovered Debris
1205A Moro-MartinPrinceton UniversityInfrared Excesses Around Stars Harboring Radial Velocity Planets. Results from the Spitzer Legacy Survey FEPS
1230Lunch
Session: Debris discs (structure)
ChairM R Meyer
1400J S GreavesUniversity of St AndrewsReview Observations of structure in debris disks
1450M C WyattIoA, University of CambridgeReview Theoretical modelling of debris disc structure
1540Tea
1605P KalasUC BerkeleyEvidence for planetary systems in debris disks imaged with Hubble and with adaptive optics
1630O AbsilUniversité de LiègeA first insight on the Vega inner debris disk with the CHARA/FLUOR interferometer
1655A V KrivovAstrophysical Inst, Friedrich Schiller Univ JenaTwo scenarios of Structure Formation in Debris Disks
1720End Day 5