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
08:15 --- Check-in and registration ---
09:00 Welcome and introduction - Darach Watson (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen)   (Main Auditorium)
09:15
Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM -Prof. Thomas Henning (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg) (until 10:35) (Main Auditorium)
09:15 The Condensation of Gas-Phase Elements onto Interstellar Dust Grains - Edward Jenkins (Princeton University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:00 Growth, destruction, and expulsion of dust in galaxies - Prof. Kenji Bekki (University of Western Australia)   (Main Auditorium)
10:35
Poster Presentations - Christa Gall (Dark Cosmology Centre) (until 10:50) (Main Auditorium)
10:37 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission toward the Galactic bulge - Prof. Els Peeters (University of Western Ontario)   (Main Auditorium)
10:39 Spatial variations in dust extinction properties and 3D structure in the Small Magellanic Cloud with SMIDGE - Mrs Petia Yanchulova Merica-Jones (University of California, San Diego)   (Main Auditorium)
10:43 Dust Reverberation Mapping in AGN - Bella Boulderstone (University of Southampton)   (Main Auditorium)
10:47 The Spatially Resolved Dust-to-Metals Ratio in M101 - Mr I-Da Chiang (University of California, San Diego)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 Infrared emission and dust dynamics in expanding HII regions - Dr Maria Kirsanova (Institute of Astronomy, Russian Academy of Sciences)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 Mid-IR spectroscopic observations of the dustiest AGB stars in the Galaxy - Steve Goldman (Space Telescope Science Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 PAH photodissociation and the formation of H$_2$ - Alessandra Candian   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 Resolved spectral attenuation curves in dusty ETGs - Sébastien Viaene (Ghent University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 Temperature-Dependent Laboratory Measurements of the Far-Infrared to Millimeter Opacity of Carbonaceous Dust-Analogues - Jonas Greif (Astrophysical Institute and University-Observatory Jena)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 The abundance of SiC2 in Carbon Star Envelopes - Ms Sarah Massalkhi (Instittuto de Física fundamental, CSIC)   (Main Auditorium)
10:48 The ESO Diffuse Interstellar Band Large Exploration Survey: First Results. - Prof. Jan Cami (Department of Physics & Astronomy and Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration (CPSX), The University of Western Ontario // SETI Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:49 An extensive grid of DARWIN models for M-type AGB stars - Sofie Liljegren (Uppsala University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:49 Reverberation Mapping the Hot Dust Emission in AGN from VEILS - Bella Boulderstone (University of Southampton)   (Main Auditorium)
10:50 --- Break ---
11:15
Non-stellar dust production and the dust cycle in the ISM -Prof. Thomas Henning (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg) (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)
11:40 Low-temperature surface reactions of carbon atoms - Serge Krasnokutski (Laboratory Astrophysics Group of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena)   (Main Auditorium)
12:05 Iron and silicate dust growth in the Galactic interstellar medium: clues from element depletions - Svitlana Zhukovska   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Dust production by supernovae and massive stars - Jens Hjorth (until 10:20) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Dust production by supernovae and massive stars - Prof. Mike Barlow (University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Resolved dust analysis of two iconic Galactic supernova remnants: Cassiopeia A and the Crab Nebula - Ilse De Looze (Universiteit Gent - University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20 --- Break ---
10:50
Dust production by supernovae and massive stars - Jens Hjorth (until 12:30) (Main Auditorium)
10:50 Survey of dust emission in Galactic supernova remnants - Hannah Chawner (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
11:15 Shock-induced formation and survival of dust in the dense CSM surrounding Type IIn supernovae - Dr Arkaprabha Sarangi (NASA GSFC, CRESST II/ CUA)   (Main Auditorium)
11:40 Dust in supernova 1987A - Mikako Matsuura (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
12:05 Old and new dust associated with Supernova 1995N - Roger Wesson (University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Molecules and dust - JD Smith (University of Toledo) (until 10:20) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 From Molecules to Dust (and back) - Prof. Jan Cami (University of Western Ontario)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 The High-Dimensional ISM As A Tool To Explore Galaxy Evolution - Dr Gail Zasowski (University of Utah)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20 --- Break ---
10:50
Laboratory studies of cosmic dust -Prof. Raffaella Schneider (Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma-INAF) (until 12:35) (Main Auditorium)
10:50 Laboratory Experiments on Cosmic Dust - Dr Cornelia Jäger (University of Jena)   (Main Auditorium)
11:35 How laboratory experiments can help in studying cosmic PAHs - Christine Joblin   (Main Auditorium)
12:10 Formation of molecules on cosmic dust grains: a laboratory view - Alexey Potapov (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks - Troels Haugbølle (Niels Bohr Institute) (until 10:20) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Planet Formation, grain growth and debris disks: Theory - Prof. Carsten Dominik (University of Amsterdam)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks - Dr Zahed Wahhaj (ESO)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20
Poster Presentations - Francesco Valentino (Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen) (until 10:40) (Main Auditorium)
10:20 PDRs with JWST: Probes of dust formation and evolution - Karl Misselt (University of Arizona)   (Main Auditorium)
10:24 Probing the solar accretion disk using the properties of dust filtering at gaps in the early Solar System - Troels Haugbølle (Centre for Star and Planet, Niels Bohr Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:26 The Benchmark Dust Mass Function of the Nearby Universe - Rosie Beeston (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:28 ALMA's View of Dust in SN 1987A - Dr Phil Cigan (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:32 Mineralogical Studies of Silicate Stardust in the Laboratory - Lindsay Keller (NASA Johnson Space Center)   (Main Auditorium)
10:34 Near- and Mid-Infrared Interstellar Dust Extinction Observations - Dr Karl Gordon (Space Telescope Science Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:36 Aliphatic Features in Mid-Infrared Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Spectra - Prof. Els Peeters (University of Western Ontario & SETI Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:38 Comparison of the extraplanar H𝛼 and UV emissions in the halos of nearby edge-on spiral galaxies - Young-Soo Jo (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
10:38 Evidence of pyroxene magic nanoclusters in protoplanetary disks around Herbig Ae stars from first principles calculations - Prof. Stefan Bromley (University of Barcelona / ICREA)   (Main Auditorium)
10:38 High-resolution, 3D radiative transfer modeling of barred galaxies M83 and NGC1365 - Mr Angelos Nersesian (IAASARS, National Observatory of Athens & Ghent University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:38 Revealing the dust grain sizes in the envelope of Per-emb-50 - Carolina Agurto (Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics)   (Main Auditorium)
10:38 Temperature programed desorption of water ice mixed with amorphous carbon and silicate grains - Alexey Potapov (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)   (Main Auditorium)
10:39 From grain growth to astromineralogy: Studying dust with X-ray imaging and spectroscopy - Lia Corrales (University of Wisconsin - Madison)   (Main Auditorium)
10:39 Spectroscopic Characterization of Interstellar Ice Analogues - Birgitta Mueller (Max Planck Institute for extraterrestrial Physics)   (Main Auditorium)
10:40 --- Break ---
11:10
Grain growth, planet formation and debris disks - Troels Haugbølle (Niels Bohr Institute) (until 11:35) (Main Auditorium)
11:10 A multi-wavelength view of planet forming discs: unleashing the full power of ALMA for grain growth studies - Marco Tazzari (University of Cambridge)   (Main Auditorium)
11:35
Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies -Dr Karl Gordon (Space Telescope Science Institute) (until 12:20) (Main Auditorium)
11:35 The properties of interstellar dust in the Milky Way and in nearby galaxies - Dr Maud Galametz (CEA Saclay)   (Main Auditorium)
09:00
Dust in AGN - Daniel Asmus (ESO, Chile / University of Southampton, UK) (until 10:45) (Main Auditorium)
09:00 Dust in Active Galactic Nuclei: A close look at the torus and its surroundings - Prof. Almudena Alonso-Herrero (INTA-CSIC)   (Main Auditorium)
09:45 Hot, cool, dark and bright: the various shades of dust around AGN - Dr Sebastian Hönig (University of Southampton)   (Main Auditorium)
10:20 Growth of massive black holes in dusty clouds: impacts of relative velocity between dust and gas - Mr Shohei Ishiki (Hokkaido University)   (Main Auditorium)
10:45 --- Break ---
11:15
Dust in AGN -Dr Daniel Asmus (ESO) (until 11:40) (Main Auditorium)
11:15 Optical and infrared radiation pressure on dust and gas around AGN as drivers of dusty winds - Marta Venanzi (Miss)   (Main Auditorium)
11:40
Dust in the early universe -Dr Takaya Nozawa (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan) (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 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust production in low mass stars -Dr Ciska Kemper (ASIAA) (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 --- Break ---
15:45
Dust production in low mass stars -Dr Ciska Kemper (ASIAA) (until 17:00) (Main Auditorium)
15:45 Infrared light curves of dusty & metal-poor AGB stars - Steve Goldman (Space Telescope Science Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
16:10 The metallicity-depence of mass loss in carbon stars - Dr Sara Bladh (Uppsala University)   (Main Auditorium)
16:35 The submm properties of dust around carbon AGB stars - Matthias Maercker (Chalmers University of Technology)   (Main Auditorium)
17:00
Poster Presentations - Christa Gall (Dark Cosmology Centre) (until 17:15) (Main Auditorium)
17:00 Constraining dust grain porosity via debris disk observations - Robert Brunngräber (ITAP, CAU Kiel)   (Main Auditorium)
17:02 Dust charge distribution in the Interstellar Medium - Juan C. Ibañez Mejia (University of Cologne)   (Main Auditorium)
17:04 Systematics in dust emission modeling in nearby galaxies - Jeremy Chastenet (UCSD)   (Main Auditorium)
17:06 Dust and gas properties in nearby galaxies - Dr Monica Relano Pastor (University of Granada)   (Main Auditorium)
17:08 DustPedia: Multiwavelength Photometry & Imagery of 875 Nearby Galaxies in 42 Ultraviolet-Microwave Bands - Christopher Clark (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
17:10 UV Dust Extinction and Attenuation Curves in the Local Volume - Dr Lea Hagen (STScI)   (Main Auditorium)
17:12 A systematic study of dust and star formation in early-type galaxies with AKARI - Dr Takuma Kokusho (Nagoya University)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 A Unified Model of the Emission, Extinction, and Polarization of Interstellar Dust - Brandon Hensley (JPL/Caltech)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 Constraining dust parameters through observations of eccentric debris disks - Mr Minjae Kim (ITAP, Kiel Univ.)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 Cosmological simulation with dust evolution - kuan-chou Hou (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 Dust formation and survival in Quasars - Dr Arkaprabha Sarangi (NASA GSFC, CRESST II/ CUA)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 Dust models compatible with Planck and starlight polarization data - Vincent Guillet (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Université Paris-Sud)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 DustKING: revealing the dust attenuation in NGC628 - Ms Marjorie Decleir (Ghent University)   (Main Auditorium)
17:13 Transfer of ionizing radiation through gas and dust - Martin Glatzle (MPA Garching)   (Main Auditorium)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Poster Presentations - Christa Gall (Dark Cosmology Centre) (until 14:15) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Investigating the Properties of Nearby Galaxies - Angelos Nersesian (IAASARS, National Observatory Of Athens & Ghent University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:02 PAHs and star formation in the HII regions of M83 and M33 - Alexandros Maragkoudakis   (Main Auditorium)
14:04 Constraints on the structure of hot exozodiacal dust belts and their observability in the MIR - Florian Kirchschlager (UCL London)   (Main Auditorium)
14:08 Hydrodynamic Simulations of Dust Destruction in Supernova Remnants - Ms Franziska Schmidt (University College London)   (Main Auditorium)
14:10 Dust emission from the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant - Felix Priestley (UCL)   (Main Auditorium)
14:12 Mapping the extinction parameters of dust in the IC63 photodissociation region - Dries Van De Putte (Universiteit Gent)   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 A Closer Look at Some Gas-Phase Depletions in the ISM: Trends for O, Ge and Kr vs. F*, f(H$_2$) and Starlight Intensity - Edward Jenkins (Princeton University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 Constraint on properties of dust grains created by Population III supernovae - Gen Chiaki   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 Dust Attenuation of Star-Forming Galaxies in the first 2 Gyr of the Universe - Mr Yoshinobu Fudamoto (Observatory of Geneva)   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 Probing the interstellar dust with X-rays: The Fe L and O K edges - Ioanna Psaradaki (SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research)   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 Relative sputtering rates of FeS, MgS, and Mg silicates: implications for ISM gas phase depletions of rock-forming elements - Lindsay Keller (NASA Johnson Space Center)   (Main Auditorium)
14:13 VUV photoprocessing of large PAH cations: an experimental study - Ms Gabi Wenzel (IRAP, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, CNES, Toulouse, France)   (Main Auditorium)
14:14 (Sub-)millimeter optical constants of silicates and water ice - Dr Harald Mutschke (Astronomical Institute and University-Observatory Jena)   (Main Auditorium)
14:14 Large Interstellar Polarisation Survey - Ralf Siebenmorgen (ESO)   (Main Auditorium)
14:15
Observational constraints on dust properties - Elisa Costantini (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research) (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
14:15 Observational constraints on dust properties - Prof. Bruce Draine (Princeton University)   (Main Auditorium)
15:00 A new window on Interstellar Silicates - Sascha Zeegers (SRON)   (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:05
Observational constraints on dust properties - Elisa Costantini (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research) (until 16:55) (Main Auditorium)
16:05 Constraining dust mineralogy from mid-IR spectra - Dr Peter Scicluna (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
16:30 Investigating Silicate Dust in Galaxies Using Quasar Absorption Systems - Prof. Monique Aller (Georgia Southern University)   (Main Auditorium)
16:55
Molecules and dust - JD Smith (University of Toledo) (until 17:20) (Main Auditorium)
16:55 The photochemical evolution of the interstellar PAH family in photodissociation regions - Els Peeters (University of Western Ontario & SETI Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
12:35 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Laboratory studies of cosmic dust -Prof. Raffaella Schneider (Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma-INAF) (until 14:25) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Determining the systematic errors in fits of dust thermal emission: the role of laboratory data in upcoming models - Dr Lapo Fanciullo (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
14:25
Poster Presentations - Francesco Valentino (Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen) (until 14:45) (Main Auditorium)
14:25 Crystalline silicates in external galaxies - Ciska Kemper (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
14:27 Probing the Size Distribution of PAHs in Reflection Nebulae - Mr Collin Knight (University of Western Ontario)   (Main Auditorium)
14:29 Distributions of metallicity and gas-to-dust ratio in the Magellanic system - Kengo Tachihara (Nagoya University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:31 Effect of dust porosity on scattered light images of protoplanetary disks - Ryo Tazaki (Tohoku University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:33 Constraining the presence of large dust grains in post-AGB disc systems using FIR and sub-mm photometry - Peter Scicluna (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
14:35 Observability of Dusty Debris Disks around M-stars - Patricia Luppe   (Main Auditorium)
14:37 Spatially resolved carbonaceous dust infrared emission in proto-planetary disks around Herbig Ae/Be stars - Thomas Boutéraon (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS), Orsay, France)   (Main Auditorium)
14:39 Dust production in the Solar Neighborhood - Ciska Kemper (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
14:41 Modelling dust in the Nearby Evolved Star Survey (NESS) targets - Dr Sundar Srinivasan (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Attempt to catch the C/O transition in dust formation in cold plasma experiments - Rémi Bérard (IRAP, LAPLACE, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, CNES, Toulouse, Fance)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Carbon, sulfur and rare elements in the interstellar dust: an X-ray view - Elisa Costantini (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Co-accretion of carbon molecules and silicate precursors at cryogenic temperatures - Dr Gaël Rouillé   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 High-temperature infrared spectroscopy of large aromatic molecules - Dr Shubhadip CHAKRABORTY (Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planetologie, CNRS, Toulouse, France)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Investigating the interstellar dust through the Fe K-edge - Daniele Rogantini (SRON - Netherlands Institute for Space Research)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Studying the Amorphous Material Physics of the Cosmic Dust Grains by Fitting the Observed Intensity and Polarization SEDs in Millimeter, Submillimeter and Far-infrared Wavebands - Masashi Nashimoto   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 The 30 micron sources in galaxies with different metallicities - Mr Marcin Gladkowski (Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 The evolution of dust formation in SN2005ip from optical line profile models - Antonia Bevan (UCL)   (Main Auditorium)
14:43 Whipping IC63/IC59 - Prof. Els Peeters (University of Western Ontario & SETI Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
14:44 Steep extinction curves in GRBs and quasars - Mr Kasper Heintz (University of Iceland)   (Main Auditorium)
14:44 The AGN torus as a dynamical dusty wind - David Williamson (University of Southampton)   (Main Auditorium)
14:45
Dust in the solar system -Prof. Susanne Aalto (Chalmers University of Technology) (until 15:35) (Main Auditorium)
14:45 Analytical laboratory studies of solar system dust - Dr John Bradley (University of Hawaii)   (Main Auditorium)
15:30 Christine Floss. In memoriam - Dr John Bradley (University of Hawaii)   (Main Auditorium)
15:35 --- Break ---
16:00 Panel Discussion - Anja C. Andersen (Niels Bohr Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
18:30 --- Conference Dinner ---
12:20
Poster Presentations - Francesco Valentino (Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen) (until 12:27) (Main Auditorium)
12:20 PAHs trace the molecular gas in star-forming galaxies - Isabella Cortzen   (Main Auditorium)
12:22 Realistic modelling of nano-aggregated magnesium silicate dust particles using atomistic simulations. - Mr Antoni Macià (Universitat de Barcelona)   (Main Auditorium)
12:23 Interstellar Catalysis of Molecular Hydrogen through Superhydrogenation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons - Mr Frederik Doktor S. Simonsen (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University)   (Main Auditorium)
12:23 Investigation of the hydrogenation of pentacene - Rijutha Jaganathan (Aarhus University)   (Main Auditorium)
12:23 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon fraction at ~10 pc scale in the Magellanic Clouds - Jeremy Chastenet (UCSD)   (Main Auditorium)
12:23 Superhydrogenation of PAHs through interaction with hydrogenated grain surfaces - John Thrower (Department of Physics & Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark)   (Main Auditorium)
12:23 The JWST-ERS program ID 1288: Radiative Feedback from Massive Stars as Traced by Multiband Imaging and Spectroscopic Mosaics - Prof. Els Peeters (University of Western Ontario & SETI Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies -Dr Karl Gordon (Space Telescope Science Institute) (until 15:00) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Dust as a tracer in the Milky Way and local galaxies - Dr Matt Smith (University of Cardiff)   (Main Auditorium)
14:35 An Empirical Determination of the Dust Mass Absorption Coefficient, κd, and its Variation Within Nearby Galaxies - Christopher Clark (Cardiff University)   (Main Auditorium)
15:00 --- Break ---
15:30
Dust as a galaxy probe - Georgios Magdis (until 17:15) (Main Auditorium)
15:30 Dust as a galaxy probe - Prof. Susanne Aalto (Chalmers University of Technology)   (Main Auditorium)
16:15 Insights into the Life Cycle of Dust at Low Metallicity from the Local Group and Nearby Galaxies - Dr Karin Sandstrom (University of California, San Diego)   (Main Auditorium)
16:50 Radiative transfer model of dust attenuation curves in clumpy, galactic environments - Kwang-il Seon (Korea Astronomy & Space Sciences Institute)   (Main Auditorium)
12:25 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Dust in the early universe -Dr Takaya Nozawa (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan) (until 15:00) (Main Auditorium)
14:00 Dust and elements in the epoch of reionization - Akio Inoue (Osaka Sangyo University)   (Main Auditorium)
14:35 The dust-to-stellar mass ratio, a key-tool for probing galaxy evolution from z~0 up to z~6 - Dr Francesca Pozzi (Physics and Astronomy Department, Bologna, Italy)   (Main Auditorium)
15:00 Conference Summary and Review - Dr Ciska Kemper (ASIAA)   (Main Auditorium)
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