Cosmic Dust: origin, applications & implications

from Monday, 11 June 2018 (07:00) to Friday, 15 June 2018 (18:00)
Geological Museum, University of Copenhagen (Main Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
11 Jun 2018
12 Jun 2018
13 Jun 2018
14 Jun 2018
15 Jun 2018
AM
09:00 Welcome and introduction   (Main Auditorium)
09:15
Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM (until 10:35) (Main Auditorium)
09:15 Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM   (Main Auditorium)
10:00 Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM - Prof. Kenji Bekki (University of Western Australia)   (Main Auditorium)
10:35
Poster Presentations (until 10:50) (Main Auditorium)
10:50 --- Break ---
11:15
Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM (until 12:30) (Main Auditorium)
11:15 Probing dust properties in the LMC from UV to FIR - Julia Roman-Duval (Space Telescope Science Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Dust production by supernovae and massive stars (until 10:20) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Dust production by supernovae and massive stars - Prof. Mike Barlow (University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Dust production by supernovae and massive stars - Ilse De Looze (Universiteit Gent - University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20
Poster Presentations (until 10:35) (Main Auditorium)
10:35 --- Break ---
11:00
Dust production by supernovae and massive stars (until 12:40) (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Molecules and dust (until 10:20) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 From Molecules to Dust (and back) - Prof. Jan Cami (University of Western Ontario)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 From molecules to dust - Dr. Gail Zasowski (University of Utah)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20 --- Break ---
10:50
Laboratory studies of cosmic dust (until 12:35) (Main Auditorium)
10:50 Laboratory studies of dust - Dr. Cornelia Jäger (University of Jena)   (Main Auditorium)
11:35 How laboratory experiments can help in studying cosmic PAHs - Christine Joblin   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks (until 10:45) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks - Prof. Carsten Dominik (University of Amsterdam)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks - Dr. Zahed Wahhaj (ESO)   (Main Auditorium)
10:45 --- Break ---
11:15
Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies (until 12:35) (Main Auditorium)
11:15 Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies - Dr. Maud Galametz (CEA Saclay)   (Main Auditorium)
12:00 Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies - Dr. Matt Smith (University of Cardiff)   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Dust in AGN (until 10:45) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Dust in AGN - Prof. Almudena Alonso-Herrero (INTA-CSIC)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Dust in AGN - Dr. Sebastian Hönig (University of Southampton)   (Main Auditorium)
10:45 --- Break ---
11:15
Dust in AGN (until 11:40) (Main Auditorium)
11:40
Dust in the early universe (until 12:25) (Main Auditorium)
11:40 Dust in the early universe - Prof. Raffaella Schneider (Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma-INAF)   (Main Auditorium)
PM
12:30
Poster Presentations (until 12:45) (Main Auditorium)
12:45 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust production in low mass stars (until 15:20) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Dust production in low- and intermediate-mass stars - Prof. Susanne Höfner (Uppsala University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:45 Dust production in low mass stars - Dr. Sundar Srinivasan (Academia Sinica)   (Main Auditorium)
15:20
Poster Presentations (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:00
Dust production in low mass stars (until 17:15) (Main Auditorium)
17:15
Poster Presentations (until 17:30) (Main Auditorium)
12:40 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Poster Presentations (until 14:15) (Main Auditorium)
14:15
Observational constraints on dust properties (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
14:15 Observational constraints on dust properties - Dr. Annalisa De Cia (ESO)   (Main Auditorium)
14:50 Observational constraints on dust properties - Prof. Bruce Draine (Princeton University)   (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:00
Observational constraints on dust properties (until 16:50) (Main Auditorium)
16:50
Molecules and dust (until 17:15) (Main Auditorium)
12:35 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Laboratory studies of cosmic dust (until 14:25) (Main Auditorium)
14:25
Dust in the solar system (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
14:25 Dust in the solar system - Dr. John Bradley (University of Hawaii)   (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:00 Panel Discussion   (Main Auditorium)
18:30 --- Conference Dinner ---
12:35 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies (until 14:50) (Main Auditorium)
14:50
Dust as a galaxy probe (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
14:50 Dust as a galaxy probe - Prof. Susanne Aalto (Chalmers University of Technology)   (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:00
Dust as a galaxy probe (until 17:25) (Main Auditorium)
16:00 Dust as a galaxy probe - Dr. Karin Sandstrom (University of California, San Diego)   (Main Auditorium)
12:25 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust in the early universe (until 15:25) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Dust and elements in the epoch of reionization - Prof. Akio Inoue (Osaka Sangyo University)   (Main Auditorium)
15:25 --- Break ---
15:50
Dust in the early universe (until 16:15) (Main Auditorium)
16:15 Conference Summary and Review   (Main Auditorium)
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