2013 Rocks Program

Talk Schedule

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8:45AM 9:00AM Welcome Sienny Shang, Tony Beasley 0:15
9:00AM 10:00AM From Dust and Molecules to Planets: The ALMA Revolution Ewine van Dishoeck 1:00
10:00AM 10:15AM The Current Status of ALMA Alison Peck 0:15
10:15AM 10:30AM VLA Observations of Solar System Bodies Bryan Butler 0:15
10:30AM 11:00AM Break
What is the evolution of the circumstellar disks?
11:00AM 11:40AM Protoplanetary Disk Evolution: a Single Pathways to Making Planets? Inga Kamp 0:40
11:40AM 12:00PM ALMA Observations of the Disk Wind Source AS 205 Geoffrey Blake 0:20
12:00PM 12:20PM Probing Photoevaporation in Protoplanetary Disks with ALMA Claudio Caceres 0:20
12:20PM 1:20PM Lunch
1:20PM 2:00PM Observational Constraints on the Evolution of Circumstellar Disks John Carpenter 0:40
2:00PM 2:20PM The Radial and Vertical Gas Disk Structure in HD163296 - 1st ALMA Science Verification results Eiji Akiyama 0:20
2:20PM 2:40PM Tracing Protostellar Evolution using Gas Kinematics Christian Brinch 0:20
2:40PM 3:00PM The Structure of Class I Protostellar Disks Tyler Bourke 0:20
3:00PM 4:00PM Special Session: Hawaii Telescopes
From Dust to Rocks to Planets with the JCMT Doug Johnstone
Cores, Envelopes, and Disks Studied with the Submillimeter Array Naomi Hirano
Studies on Exo-planets and Protoplanetary Disks using the Subaru Telescope Nagayoshi Ohashi
When do circumstellar disks first form and how?
7:00PM 7:40PM The Formation and Early Evolution of Circumstellar Disks Jes Jorgenson 0:40
7:40PM 8:00PM SMA and ALMA Observations of a Prototypical Binary Protostellar System L1551 NE - Infall Keplerian Circumbinary Disk and Accretion Streams Shigehisa Takakuwa 0:20
8:00PM 8:20PM A Keplerian Disk Around One of the Youngest Protostars Implications for Disk Formation Studies in the ALMA Era John Tobin 0:20
8:20PM 8:40PM The Emissivity Spectral Index of Dust in Dense Cores Scott Schnee 0:20

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9:00AM 9:40AM Gravitational Collapse and Disk Formation in Magnetized Cores Susana Lizano 0:40
9:40AM 10:00AM Formation of Rotationally Supported Protostellar Disks - Some Theoretical Difficulties Ruben Krasnopolsky 0:20
10:00AM 10:20AM Formation of a Keplerian Disk in the Protostellar System HH 111 Chin-Fei Lee 0:20
10:20AM 10:50AM Break
What do millimeter continuum and spectral line observations tell us about solar system bodies?
10:50AM 11:30AM Exploring the Physical and Chemical Diversity of the Solar System - The Submillimeter Approach Arielle Moullet 0:40
11:30AM 11:50AM Astrobiology with ALMA - Prediction of an Uneven Distribution of Simple and Complex Carbon Prebiotic Compounds in Protoplanetary Disks Claudia Lage 0:20
11:50AM 12:10PM Forming Dwarf Planets -Clues from Observing Pluto Jane Greaves 0:20
12:10PM 12:30PM Identifying the Source of Destroyed Minor Planets at White Dwarf Stars Jay Farihi 0:20
12:30PM 2:30PM Lunch
2:30PM 3:20PM Panel I
What is the full extent of disk chemistry and what is the detectable limit of molecular material in disks?
3:20PM 4:00PM Water in Protoplanetary Disks Yuri Aikawa 0:40
4:00PM 4:20PM Spatially Resolving the Chemistry Active during Planet Formation Karin Oberg 0:20
4:20PM 4:40PM The One Ring - Directly Tracing the CO-Snowline of HD 163296 with DCO+ Geoffrey Matthews 0:20

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11:15AM 12:45PM Special Session: Polarization Properties of Astronomical Objects
ALMA Polarization: Commissioning and Verification Status Kouichiro Nakanishi
New Results from the CARMA Polarimeter: Probing Magnetic Fields in Forming Stars Chat Hull
Polarization at IRAM Stephane Guilloteau
Submillimeter Array Observations of Magnetic Fields in Low Mass Star Forming Regions Ramprasad Rao
Large Polarization in Star Forming Clouds at mpc Angular Resolution Ya-Wen Tang
1:00PM 1:40PM Chemistry of Protoplanetary Disks at the Dawn of the ALMA Era Edwige Chapillon 0:40
1:40PM 2:00PM Hydrogen Deuteride as a Tracer of Protoplanetary Disk Gas Mass Ted Bergin 0:20
2:00PM 2:20PM Exclusion of Cosmic Rays within a T-Tauriosphere Ilse Cleeves 0:20
2:20PM 2:40PM Molecular Line Emission from a Protoplanetary Disk Externally Irradiated by a Nearby Massive Star Tom Millar 0:20
Can we fully ascertain the physical and chemical processing of planetary materials…?
2:40PM 3:20PM Chondritic Meteorites and Their Components: Constraints on the Early Solar System Processes Alexander Krot 0:40
3:20PM 3:50PM Break
3:50PM 4:10PM Orbital Evolution of Dust Grains and Rocks During FU Orionis Outbursts Alan Boss 0:20
4:10PM 4:50PM Timescales and Conditions of Formation of First Solids in the Solar System Perspectives from Radioactive and Stable Isotopes Ming-Chang Liu 0:40
4:50PM 5:10PM Evolution of Surface Dust in Protoplanetary Disks Isa Oliveira 0:20
5:10PM 6:00PM Panel II

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What is the origin of the gaps and holes in "transition disks"?
9:00AM 9:40AM The Origin of Gaps and Holes in Transition Disks Uma Gorti 0:40
9:40AM 10:00AM ALMA Results on a Case-study Transition Disk Simon Casassus 0:20
10:00AM 10:20AM ALMA Observations of the Asymmetrically Gapped Disk around HD 142527 Misato Fukgawa 0:20
10:20AM 10:40AM Structural diversity - Resolving Circumstellar Disks at 10-150 AU using PDI Henning Avenhaus 0:20
10:40AM 11:10AM Break
11:10AM 11:50AM Characterizing Planet-Forming Disks Around Young Stars Catherine Espaillat 0:40
11:50AM 12:10PM A New View of Transitional Disks from the Subaru-Based SEEDS Direct Imaging Survey Ruobing Dong 0:20
12:10PM 12:30PM On the origin of the "Horseshoes" Seen in continuum ALMA data of Transition Disks Francois Menard 0:20
12:30PM 12:50PM The Dispersal of Protoplanetary Discs Barbara Ercolano 0:20
12:50PM 2:30PM Lunch
What is the process of grain growth and evolution?
2:30PM 3:15PM Growth and Transport Processes in Protoplanetary Disks Tilman Birnstiel 0:45
3:15PM 3:35PM Disks around Young Brown Dwarfs as Critical Test Beds for Models of Dust Evolution an Investigation with ALMA Luca Ricci 0:20
3:35PM 3:55PM Differential Dust Evolution in the Protoplanetary Disk around TW Hydra Sarah Maddison 0:20
3:55PM 4:25PM Break
4:25PM 5:05PM Observational Constraints on the Process of Grain Growth and Evolution Laura Perez 0:40
5:05PM 5:25PM First Herschel Detection of Crystalline Water Ice in a T-Tauri Star Melissa McClure 0:20
What are the observational signatures of embedded planets in circumstellar disks [in the (sub)-millimeter]?
5:25PM 6:05PM Searching for Protoplanets Sebastian Wolf 0:40

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9:00AM 9:20AM ALMA Observations of Beta Pictoris Bill Dent 0:20
9:20AM 9:40AM Future Breakthroughs in Understanding the Fomalhaut Planetary System using ALMA Paul Kalas 0:20
9:40AM 10:00AM Triggered Planet Formation in Action Resolved Gas and Dust Images of a Transitional Disk and its Cavity Nienke van der Marel 0:20
10:00AM 10:40AM What are the Observational Signatures of Embedded Planets in Circumstellar Disks Hannah Jang-Condell 0:40
10:40AM 11:10AM Break
11:10AM 11:30AM Collisional Cascades Revisited New Implications for Debris Disks Margaret Pan 0:20
11:30AM 11:50AM Disk-Planet Interaction Andrea Isella 0:20
11:50AM 12:10PM Millimeter Emission Structure in the AU Mic Debris Disk Meredith MacGregor 0:20
12:10PM 1:00PM Panel III
1:00PM 1:40PM Concluding Panel



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