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Event When Speaker Title Presentation Material
DDPW01 17th August 2009
10:00 to 11:00
L Hartmann Review - protostellar disk observations
DDPW01 17th August 2009
11:30 to 11:50
D Wilner Submm observations of protoplanetary disks
DDPW01 17th August 2009
11:50 to 12:10
J Bouwman Observational evidence for grain growth
DDPW01 17th August 2009
14:00 to 14:40
C Dominik Review - models of protoplanetary disks
DDPW01 17th August 2009
14:40 to 15:00
N Calvet Recent results on the interpretation of observations of protoplanetary disks
DDPW01 17th August 2009
15:30 to 15:50
G Lesur Turbulent convection in accretion discs
DDPW01 17th August 2009
15:50 to 16:10
T Sano Dead zones in protoplanetary disks
DDPW01 17th August 2009
16:10 to 16:30
C Gammie Self-gravitating disc evolution
DDPW01 17th August 2009
16:30 to 17:00
C Clarke The role of photoevaporation in disc dispersal
DDPW01 18th August 2009
09:00 to 09:40
G Wurm Review - there and back again: the making and destruction of dusty planetesimals
DDPW01 18th August 2009
09:40 to 10:00
A Johansen The crucial role of metallicity for planetesimal formation
DDPW01 18th August 2009
10:00 to 10:40
E Kokubo Review - formation of terrestrial planets: the basic dynamical model
DDPW01 18th August 2009
10:40 to 11:00
D McNeil Oligarchic growth and migration scenarios for short-period neptune and super-earth formation
DDPW01 18th August 2009
11:30 to 12:10
Poster Presentations
DDPW01 18th August 2009
12:10 to 12:30
C Agnor Giant impacts and planetary evolution
DDPW01 18th August 2009
14:00 to 14:20
Z Leinhardt The evolution of collision outcomes in the protoplanetary disk
DDPW01 18th August 2009
14:20 to 14:40
E Thommes From gas disks to gas giants
DDPW01 18th August 2009
14:40 to 15:00
H Genda Formation of heavy-element rich giant planets
DDPW01 18th August 2009
15:30 to 16:10
D Mordasini Giant planet formation by core accretion
DDPW01 18th August 2009
16:10 to 16:50
A Boley Review - gravitational instabilities and the formation of gas giant planets
DDPW01 18th August 2009
16:50 to 17:10
D Stamatellos The thermodynamics of disc fragmentation and the properties of the objects produced
DDPW01 19th August 2009
09:40 to 10:00
S-J Paardekooper Corotation torques and type I planetary migration
DDPW01 19th August 2009
10:00 to 10:20
A Crida Migration in resonance
DDPW01 19th August 2009
10:20 to 10:40
F Adams Type I planetary migration with stochastic fluctuations
DDPW01 19th August 2009
10:40 to 11:00
J Burns The real thing: Saturn's ring
DDPW01 19th August 2009
11:30 to 11:50
S Matsumura Evolution of planetary systems emerging out of gas disks
DDPW01 20th August 2009
09:00 to 09:40
H Levison Modeling the formation of giant planet cores
DDPW01 20th August 2009
09:40 to 10:00
P Armitage Planetary system architecture from planet-planet and planetesimal scattering
DDPW01 20th August 2009
10:00 to 10:20
E Ford Planet scattering, eccentricity excitation and the long-term evolution of planetary systems
DDPW01 20th August 2009
10:20 to 10:40
Y Wu Secular instability: organization of planetary systems and the origin of hot Jupiters
DDPW01 20th August 2009
10:40 to 11:00
M Davies Turning solar systems into extrasolar planetary systems
DDPW01 20th August 2009
14:00 to 14:30
J Patience Direct imaging of planets
DDPW01 20th August 2009
14:30 to 15:00
D Fischer The search for planets around alpha centauri A and B
DDPW01 20th August 2009
15:30 to 15:50
M Fridlund The CoRoT mission - first results, successes and the future
DDPW01 20th August 2009
15:50 to 16:10
K Horne From hot Jupiters to cool earths
DDPW01 20th August 2009
16:10 to 16:30
J Cho Spitzer observations of hot Jupiters and their interpretation
DDPW01 21st August 2009
09:00 to 09:40
M Meyer To see a world in a grain of sand: observations of debris disks as tests of planet formation theory
DDPW01 21st August 2009
09:40 to 10:00
G Rieke Spitzer tracers of dynamical activity in debris discs
DDPW01 21st August 2009
10:00 to 10:40
M Wyatt Collisional and dynamical evolution of debris discs
DDPW01 21st August 2009
10:40 to 11:00
A Moro-Martin Exchange of debris between planetary systems
DDPW01 21st August 2009
11:30 to 11:50
J-C Augereau Observations of exozodiacal disks
DDPW01 21st August 2009
11:50 to 12:30
S Lubow Review of disc-planet interactions
DDPW01 21st August 2009
14:00 to 15:00
D Lin Conference summary
DDP 27th August 2009
14:30 to 16:30
R Nelson Eccentricity evolution of planets in discs
DDP 1st September 2009
14:30 to 16:30
Informal discussions
DDP 3rd September 2009
11:30 to 13:00
Informal discussions
DDP 3rd September 2009
14:30 to 16:30
Informal discussions
DDP 9th September 2009
14:30 to 16:00
A Youdin Forming planetesimals in solar and extrasolar nebulae
DDP 10th September 2009
14:30 to 16:00
S Wolf Observability of planets during their formation in circumstellar disks
DDP 16th September 2009
14:30 to 15:30
H Latter Double-diffusive instability in the dead zone of protoplanetary disks
DDP 17th September 2009
14:30 to 15:30
Y Lithwick Formation, survival, and destruction of vortices in accretion disks
DDP 23rd September 2009
14:30 to 16:00
S Ferraz-Mello Tidal evolution in exoplanets: The case of the two super-Earths around CoRoT 7
DDP 24th September 2009
14:30 to 16:00
S Basu The formation and long-term evolution of circumstellar disks
DDPW02 28th September 2009
10:00 to 11:00
J Papaloizou Dust, vortices and density waves in protoplanetary disks
DDPW02 28th September 2009
11:30 to 12:30
C Dullemond Observation and modeling of proto-planetary disks
DDPW02 28th September 2009
14:00 to 15:00
M Gounelle What meteorites have to say
DDPW02 28th September 2009
15:30 to 16:30
C Terquem Models of partially ionized discs
DDPW02 28th September 2009
17:00 to 18:00
D Lin Origin and destiny of planets
DDPW02 29th September 2009
09:00 to 10:00
S Weidenschilling Planetesimal formation: numerical modeling of particle growth, settling, and collective gas-grain interactions
DDPW02 29th September 2009
10:00 to 11:00
J Blum The growth of macroscopic bodies in protoplanetary disks: experimental evidences
DDPW02 29th September 2009
11:30 to 12:00
A Morbidelli Asteroids formed big
DDPW02 29th September 2009
12:00 to 12:30
H Rein On the validity of the super-particle approximation of planetesimals in simulations of gravitational collapse
DDPW02 29th September 2009
14:00 to 15:00
J Cuzzi Primary accretion of large planetesimals from chondrule size particles
DDPW02 29th September 2009
16:00 to 17:00
G Lodato Planetesimal formation in self-gravitating protostellar discs
DDPW02 30th September 2009
09:00 to 09:30
MJ Wardle Magnetic activity in protoplanetary discs
DDPW02 30th September 2009
09:30 to 10:30
S Fromang How reliable are MRI simulations? The role of the magnetic Prandtl number
DDPW02 30th September 2009
10:30 to 11:00
PY Longaretti Prandtl number dependence of MRI-driven transport : new results and future prospects
DDPW02 30th September 2009
11:30 to 12:30
NJ Turner Magnetic activity and the separation of dust from gas
DDPW02 30th September 2009
14:00 to 15:00
A Youdin Triggering gravitational collapse into planetesimals: The streaming instability and other mechanisms
DDPW02 30th September 2009
15:30 to 16:30
H Klahr Garvoturbulent planetesimal formation - state and prospects of the field
DDP 15th October 2009
14:30 to 15:30
AV Krivov Gas in young debris disks
DDP 23rd October 2009
14:30 to 16:00
S Ida Formation of close-in terrestrial planets: inner disk boundary, disk-planet interactions and giant impacts
DDP 29th October 2009
14:30 to 15:30
N Haghighipour Planets in binaries
DDP 30th October 2009
14:30 to 15:30
C Baruteau Protoplanetary migration in turbulent isothermal disks
DDP 3rd November 2009
14:30 to 15:30
M Bate Chaotic star formation and the alignment of stellar rotation with disc and planetary orbital axes
DDPW03 9th November 2009
09:30 to 10:20
P Kalas Observations of outer extrasolar planets
DDPW03 9th November 2009
10:20 to 10:40
R Baluev Hints of the fourth planet around upsilon Andromedae
DDPW03 9th November 2009
11:30 to 12:20
J Greaves Debris disk imaging and evolution
DDPW03 9th November 2009
12:20 to 12:40
C Chen Debris disks in the nearest OB association
DDPW03 9th November 2009
12:40 to 13:00
L Churcher Resolved debris disks around young main sequence stars eta Tel and HR4796A: tracing planets in the dust
DDPW03 9th November 2009
14:00 to 14:50
A Morbidelli Outer Solar System formation and evolution
DDPW03 9th November 2009
14:50 to 15:10
V Emel'yanenko Evidence of outer planet migration in the orbital distribution of the Kuiper belt objects
DDPW03 9th November 2009
15:10 to 15:30
M Pan Secular chaos in the solar system
DDPW03 9th November 2009
16:00 to 16:50
E Chiang Planet Formation in the Outer Limits: Collisional or Collisionless?
DDPW03 9th November 2009
16:50 to 17:10
M Booth How common are extrasolar late heavy bombardments?
DDPW03 10th November 2009
09:30 to 10:20
R Alexander Outer disc evolution
DDPW03 10th November 2009
10:20 to 10:40
I Tilling Radiation thermo-chemical models of protoplanetary disks
DDPW03 10th November 2009
11:30 to 12:20
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DDPW03 10th November 2009
12:20 to 12:40
J-L Zhou N-body simulation of later star planetary formation: comparing to observations
DDPW03 10th November 2009
12:40 to 13:00
N Haghighipour Planetesimal Capture as a Clue to the Formation of Gas-Giants
DDPW03 10th November 2009
14:00 to 14:50
S Tremaine Long-lived N-body disks
DDPW03 10th November 2009
14:50 to 15:10
R Parker The role of cluster evolution in disrupting outer planetary systems via the Kozai mechanism
DDPW03 10th November 2009
15:10 to 15:30
M Davies Effects of crowdedness on planetary systems containing planets on wide orbits
DDPW03 10th November 2009
16:00 to 16:50
A Krivov Collisional evolution of debris disks: Unraveling planetesimals and planets
DDPW03 10th November 2009
16:50 to 17:10
J Debes Interstellar medium sculpting of nearby debris disks
DDPW03 11th November 2009
09:30 to 10:20
K Rice In-situ formation by gravitational instability
DDPW03 11th November 2009
10:20 to 10:40
F Meru Exploring the conditions required to form planets in realistically modelled self-gravitating discs
DDPW03 11th November 2009
10:40 to 11:00
D Forgan Direct synthetic imaging of smoothed particle hydrodynamics density fields, and implications for observations of outer planetary systems
DDPW03 11th November 2009
11:30 to 12:20
W Kley Outward migration from inner regions
DDPW03 11th November 2009
12:20 to 12:40
D Veras Formation, survival, and detectability of planets beyond 100AU
DDPW03 11th November 2009
12:40 to 13:00
D Malmberg Producing wide offset planets from fly-bys on initially stable planetary systems
DDPW03 11th November 2009
14:00 to 14:50
S Ferraz-Mello Phase portrait of the planetary 2:1 resonance
DDPW03 11th November 2009
14:50 to 15:10
R Murray-Clay Dynamics and planet formation at wide separations: HR8799
DDPW03 11th November 2009
15:10 to 15:30
M Cuk Resonances as a record of planetary migration
DDPW03 11th November 2009
16:00 to 16:50
M Duncan Cometary Dynamics: Connecting the inner and outer solar system
DDPW03 11th November 2009
16:50 to 17:10
M Kuchner Collisional Grooming Models of Planets Interacting with Debris Disks
DDP 19th November 2009
14:00 to 15:00
P Lochak Stability and perturbation theory of Hamiltonian systems
DDP 24th November 2009
14:30 to 15:30
C Clarke & B Ercolano & J Owen Do we need a rapid dispersal mechanism for protoplanetary discs?
DDP 25th November 2009
14:00 to 15:00
P Ivanov Dynamic tides in exo-planetary systems
DDP 26th November 2009
14:30 to 15:30
R Mardling Determining the internal structure of extrasolar planets, and the phenomenon of retrograde planetary orbits
DDP 1st December 2009
14:30 to 15:30
H Klahr Baroclinic instability in protoplanetary discs
DDP 3rd December 2009
14:30 to 15:30
M Fragner Warped and twisted discs in close binary systems
DDP 8th December 2009
14:30 to 15:30
A Quillen Resonance capture
DDP 10th December 2009
14:30 to 15:30
S Raymond Open problems in terrestrial planet formation
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