(rev. 02-11-2009)

The workshop venue will be Room 1.1.8b ("Neuer Seminarraum") of the Max-Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics.

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Please download the abstract book here (final version).

Tuesday, 3rd November

08:30-09:30Registration and coffee
Chair: L. Testi
09:40-10:00Introduction and overviewA. Natta
Disk formation and its role in star formation
10:00-10:25Disk formation and properties of disks in the Class 0/I phase (invited)J. Jørgensen
10:25-10:40On the formation of disks during the collapse of magnetized prestellar coresP. Hennebelle
10:40-10:55Paving the way for ALMA: PdBI subarcsec observations of Class 0 protostarsA. Maury
10:55-11:10Chemical evolution from cores to disksR. Visser
Chair: E. Churchwell
11:10-11:35Disks and the formation of the most massive stars (invited)H. Yorke
11:35-11:50An actual movie of accretion/ejection of material in a high-mass YSO in Orion BN/KL at radii comparable to the solar systemC. Goddi
11:50-12:05Weighing a high mass protostellar candidate: physics and kinematics of the M17 disk and its associated H2 jetD. Nürnberger
12:05-14:00Lunch break
Chair: F. Comerón
14:00-14:40Disks statistics: IR surveys of low and high mass star forming regions (invited)K. Stapelfeldt
14:40-14:55Spitzer's view of NGC2264's circumstellar disk populationP. S. Teixeira
14:55-15:10The role of multiplicity in protoplanetary disk evolutionA. Kraus
15:10-15:50Disk theory: disk structure and evolution, grain growth and mixing processes (invited)C. Dullemond
15:50-16:05Multi-technique observations and modelling of the gas and dust phases of protoplanetary disksC. Pinte
16:05-18:30Poster session A and coffee break

Wednesday, 4th November

Disk structure and disk-star interactions
Chair: C. Wright
08:40-09:20Constraining disk models with observations of the inner and outer disk (invited)A. Isella
09:20-09:35Protoplanetary disks at high angular resolution with the SMAS. Andrews
09:35-09:50Millimeter-wavelength signatures of viscosity in protoplanetary disksA. M. Hughes
09:50-10:30Gas and dust in protoplanetary disks (invited)T. Henning
10:30-11:00Coffee break
Chair: S. Weigelt
11:00-11:15Gaps instead of holes: how to detect the innermost dust in transition disks and rule out stellar companions with the Keck InterferometerJ.-U. Pott
11:15-11:30The complex structure of the inner disks around Herbig AeBe stars: spectro-interferometry of HD163296 and HD100546M. Benisty
11:30-11:45Comparing the gas and dust spatial distribution in disks around young low-mass starsO. Panić
11:45-12:00New results from infrared interferometric studies of the innermost parts of protoplanetary accretion disksT. Preibisch
12:00-13:30Lunch break
Chair: M. Walmsley
13:30-13:55Scattered light images of protoplanetary and debris disks (invited)G. Duchêne
13:55-14:35Disk chemistry (invited)E. F. van Dishoeck
14:35-14:50Observations of water and organic molecules in circumstellar disksC. Salyk
14:50-15:05Radiative transfer modeling on AU-scales of mid-infrared water lines from protoplanetary disksR. Meijerink
15:05-15:30Disk-star interaction: effects of the stellar radiation on the disk structure and appearence (invited)I. Kamp
15:30-16:00Coffee break
Chair: R. Waters
16:00-16:15The snow line in planet-forming disks: location, migration, and implicationsE. Gaidos
16:15-16:40Disk-star interaction: stellar magnetosphere and accretion(invited)J. Bouvier
16:40-17:05Disk-jet interaction (invited)S. Inutsuka
17:05-17:20Accretion disks in the sub-stellar realm: properties and evolutionR. Jayawardhana
17:20-17:35Disk accretion in young stars and brown dwarfs with multipole B-fieldsS. Mohanty
17:35-17:50EX Lup outburst in 2008 in CO fundamental bandM. Goto
18:30Workshop dinner

Thursday, 5th November

Disk evolution
Chair: M. Hogerheijde
09:00-09:40From the dissipation of gas to the onset of debris: tracing the formation and evolution of planetary systems with Spitzer (invited)M. Meyer
09:40-09:55Time-evolution of viscous circumstellar disks due to photoevaporation by FUV, EUV and X-ray radiation from the central starU. Gorti
09:55-10:10[Ne II] 12.81μm line emission: what does it tell us about protoplanetary disk evolution and mass loss?M. Güdel
10:10-10:25Dust and gas clearing in protoplanetary disksJ. Brown
10:25-10:55Coffee break
Chair: M. van den Ancker
10:55-11:10The mechanisms driving the evolution and dispersal of protoplanetary disksI. Pascucci
11:10-11:25Stellar rotation and accretion at young ages: new results from Corot's monitoring of NGC2264F. Favata
11:25-11:40Spectroscopy of warm gas in disks around young starsS. Brittain
11:40-11:55Surveying excess U-band emission from young stars and brown dwarfsG. J. Herczeg
11:55-12:10Studying the sub-AU structure of protoplanetary disks and YSO accretion-/outflow-processes with VLTI spectro-interferometryS. Kraus
12:10-14:00Lunch break 
Chair: F. Ménard
14:00-14:25The dynamics of solids in self-gravitating protostellar discs (invited)G. Lodato
14:25-14:40Dust grain growth from (sub-)mm interferometry in the Taurus-Auriga and ρ-Oph protoplanetary disksL. Ricci
14:40-14:55The outcome of protoplanetary dust growth: pebbles, boulders or planetesimals?A. Zsom
14:55-15:10The time history of planet formation: observation confronts theoryT. Currie
15:10-15:50Disk dynamics and the signatures of embedded giant planets (invited)P. Armitage
15:50-18:30Poster session B and coffee break

Friday, 6th November

Chair: U. Käufl
09:00-09:40Direct imaging searches for young planets (invited)P. Kalas
09:40-09:55Direct detection of sub-stellar companions in young stars with disksR. Neuhäuser
09:55-10:10Abundant circumstellar silica dust and SiO gas created by a giant hypervelocity collision in the 12 Myr HD172555 systemC. Lisse
10:10-10:40Coffee break
Chair: J. Greaves
10:40-11:20Debris disks structures and implications for planetary systems (invited)M. Wyatt
11:20-11:35Debris disks in the nearest OB associationC. Chen
11:35-11:50Planet population synthesis models (invited)Y. Alibert
11:50-12:30Can disks form deuterium burning planets by core accretion?C. Mordasini
12:30-12:45Herschel - getting ready for the job!G. Pilbratt
12:45End of the workshop - farewell