List of poster papers
The poster papers will be on display in the Alte Seminarraum (old seminar room) at the MPE.
The display area available per poster is 115cm (high) x 70cm (wide) to fit a poster, paper size A1. The poster should therefore have the following size: 59.4cm or 23.4in (wide) x 84.1cm or 33.1in (high) in portrait format.
Posters labeled A will be on display from Tuesday morning until the end of Wednesday, then they will be removed so that the remaining posters, labeled B, will be on display from Thursday until the end of the workshop on Friday. Poster authors should be present during their respective poster session.
|Poster session A: Tuesday 3rd Nov, 16:05-18:00
|AU-scale interferometric observations of the circumbinary environment of AK Sco
|A new optical and near-IR spectral survey of young stellar objects with ESO/NTT
|The role of X-ray radiation on protoplanetary disks
|Multi-wavelength observations of the young accreting stars V1118 Ori and V1647 Ori in outburst
|New constraints on large grains in CQ Tau and MWC 480 protoplanetary disks
|Barsunova, O. (presented by Grinin, V.)
|Observations of the small-amplitude brightness oscillations in the unique eclipsing system V 718 Per (HMW 15, H 187)
|Protoplanetary migration in turbulent isothermal disks
|Berger, J. P.
|GW Orionis: a young triple system revealed by infrared long-baseline interferometry
|Dust retention in protoplanetary disks
|Bitner, M. A.
|HD101088, a 5 Myr old accreting close binary in the Sco Cen OB Association
|The protostellar population of the Auriga molecular cloud
|Brassfield, E. B.
|SMA observations of the disk around Class I protostar B5 IRS1
|Warm and hot gas in the circumstellar environment of V1647 Ori during the 2008-2009 outburst
|Time evolution of H2O/CO gas-grain chemistry in protoplantary disks (Midplane)
|CN and HCN in protoplanetary disks
|Study of transitory disks between the protoplanetary and debris phases
|Evidence for a disk around the massive young star NGC 7538 IRS1
|Covey, K. R.
|A systematic survey to detect young gas giants
|Origin and evolution of stellar disks in the Galactic centre
|Protoplanetary disks of T Tauri binaries in Orion
|Davidson, J. W.
|Polarization signatures due to transiting exoplanets
|de Gregorio-Monsalvo, I.
|Statistical analysis of molecular line emission from T Tauri disk models
|Debes, J. H.
|Debris disks blowing in the wind: ISM sculpting of the HD 32297 debris disk
|Deen, C. P.
|Investigating timescales for planet formation in Ophiucus
|Dent, W. R. F.
|Emission from CO bandhead and hot water lines in disks around low-mass stars
|Döllinger, M. P.
|Exoplanets around G-K giants
|Dutrey, A. (presented by Boehler, Y.)
|Chemistry of disks seen with the IRAM array: the CID project
|Metallicity dependence of T Tauri disk lifetimes and effects on the formation of giant planets
|Star and protoplanetary disk properties in Orion's suburbs
|Timescale of mass accretion in pre-main sequence stars
|Effects of the disk inclination angle of classical T Tauri stars on their accretion and mass loss signatures
|Fogel, J. K. J.
|Chemistry of a protoplanetary disk with grain settling and Lyα radiation
|Variability in scattered light from the protoplanetary disk around HD 163296
|Disk dissipation at an age of 1-2 Myr
|Glauser, A. M.
|Dust amorphization in protoplanetary disks
|Dust growth and planet gaps in protoplanetary disks
|Greaves, J. S.
|Radio imaging of protoplanets and their host disks
|Green, J. D.
|Spitzer observations of an extreme protostellar outflow
|Gregory, S. G.
|The star-disk interaction as a function of spectral type
|Mid-infrared interferometry of the massive YSO NGC 2264 IRS1
|Groh, J. H.
|High-velocity gas in the young high-mass star MWC 297
|A CO survey in planet-forming disks: characterizing the gas content in the epoch of panet formation
|CEPD - chemical evolution of protoplanetary disks
|An arc of gas and dust around the young star DoAr 21
|Detection of a disk by mid-infrared interferometry in the massive young stellar object NGC3603-IRS9A
|First VLTI spectro-interferometry of a YSO with a spectral resolution of 12000: studies of the dust and gas distribution around the Herbig Be star MWC 297
|Poster session B: Thursday 5th Nov, 15:50-18:00
|Observing on-going crystal formation in real time in the disk of EX Lup
|Importance of fragmentation for final masses of planetary embryos
|Infrared variability as disk diagnostics
|The elusive inner disk molecules of IRS 46
|The taming of the shrew: understanding the dust disk of Vega
|Looney, L. W.
|High resolution imaging with CARMA: the case of HL Tauri
|Malbet, F. (presented by Berger, J.-F.)
|Probing disk sub-AU scale instabilities in the young stellar object Z CMa with the VLTI during the outburst phase
|Mandell, A. M.
|New NIR tracers of warm gas in the planet-forming regions of gas-rich circumstellar disks
|Maness, H. L.
|Debris disk erosion by the ISM: the case of HD 61005
|Martin-Zaïdi, C. (presented by Lebreton, J.)
|Searching for molecular hydrogen mid-infrared emission in the circumstellar environments of Herbig Ae/Be stars
|Optical spectroscopic variability of HAeBe stars
|Spitzer c2d results on disk types, time-scales and evolution from 1 to 10 Myrs
|The asymmetric warm dust ring of HR 4796A as a companion signature
|Metallicities of 10-30 Myr open clusters with debris disks
|Mulders, G. D.
|Traps and pitfalls in modelling transitional disks: the case of LkCa 15
|Disk mass required to form planets via the gravitational instability
|Observations of near-infrared line ratios of molecular hydrogen emission from protoplanetary disks
|Evolution of young stars and their disks in Serpens
|Owen, J. E.
|Modelling disc destruction via photoevaporation
|Petr-Gotzens, M. G.
|Remember the ejected protoplanet TMR-1C?
|Z CMa - characterising an unequal binary in the mid-infrared with MIDI
|Discovery of accretion in a nearby, young brown dwarf
|Milli-arcsecond imaging of the inner regions of protoplanetary disks
|Rettig, T. W.
|The ongoing outbursts from V1647 Ori
|Disks and activity around low-mass stars in the sigma-Ori star forming region
|Disk evolution in OB associations: the case of IC1795
|Bayesian analysis and parameter estimation based on observed SEDs of class II/III systems
|The circumstellar disc in the Bok globule CB 26: multi-wavelength observations and modelling of the dust disc and envelope
|A mutiwavelength picture of evolved and transitional protoplanetary disks
|PAH destruction in protoplanetary disks
|Skinner, S. L.
|X-ray observations of accreting star-disk systems
|Smith, R. L.
|Observations of unusually high 12C/13C fractionation in protostars using VLT-CRIRES
|Exploring the bottom of the IMF in NGC 3603
|Age determination method of pre-main sequence stars with high-resolution spectroscopy
|Tambovtseva, L. V.
|Formation of the hydrogen emission lines in the disk winds of the young hot stars
|Modeling spectro-astrometry in circumstellar disks
|van Boekel, R.
|The variability mechanism of the T Tau infrared companion
|van der Plas, G.
|Spatially and spectrally resolved CO emission from disks around Herbig AeBe stars: a non-LTE excitation mechanism, disk geometry, and CO depletion
|Verhoeff, A. P.
|The fate of HAeBe star disks: photoevaporation versus planet formation
|The Spitzer Gould's Belt survey in Lupus: first results
|Revealing the inner-disk structure of the T Tauri star S CrA N with the VLTI
|Williams, J. P.
|The planet forming capability of circumstellar disks in Orion
|X-ray and IR spectral properties of YSOs in Serpens North and NGC 1333
|The DENT Grid - 300 000 disk models for GASPS
|Wright, C. M.
|Resolving structure in the HD 100546 disk at millimetre and centimetre wavelengths
|Zakhozhay, O. V.
|The catalog of circumstellar disks, whose IR spectra can be approximated by Planck's emission law
|Gas tracers in Spitzer IRS spectra of young stars in the Taurus molecular cloud