Workshop

3 Days, Week from 21. 9. 2020 - 25. 9. 2020 (save the date)

Munich

CAS Munich

Evaluation DFG

2 Days, Week from 7. 9. 2020 - 11. 9. 2020 (save the date)

Munich

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Winter Meeting

Mo, 10.2.2020 - Fr, 14.2.2020 (booked)

Italy, Bormio/Sondrio

Hotel Larice Bianco, Via Funivie 10, 23032 Bormio (So), Italia

4th Full Meeting

 Mo, 18.11.2019 - Tue, 19.11.2019

The Meeting takes place within the framework of the CAS Research Group

Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), Seestraße 13, 80802 München

MEETING PROGRAM

Monday, 18.11.19   - project talks, external talks -

 

10:30    coffee/registration

10:50    welcome Barbara Ercolano/Lena Bouman, CAS

11:00    external talk, Tim Lichtenberg, Oxford:

              Geophysical evolution during rocky planet formation

11:20    A1 (PI Testi)

              Enrique Sanchis: Solids and gas evolution in disks: observational 

              constraints

11:50    A2 (PI Preibisch)

              Stefan Flaischlen: Studying the relation between accretion and

              X-ray activity

12:20    external talk, Mihkel Kama, Cambridge:

              Tracing planetary origins with elemental abundance ratios

12:40    lunch - served at CAS

13:30    external talk, Nicolas Kurtovic, MPIA:

              Impact of binary interactions in protoplanetary disks substructures

13:50    B1 (PI Ercolano)

              Giovanni Picogna, Lisa Wölfer: A new view on disc photoevaporation.

              Impact of stellar and disc properties

14:30    B2 (PI Caselli)

              Laszlo Szücs: Astrochemistry in the atmospheres and winds of 

              photoevaporating disks

15:00    C2 (PI Ercolano)

              Raphael Franz, presented by G. Picogna:

              Dust entrainment in photoevaporative winds: The impact of X-rays

15:30    coffee

16:00    external talk, Timmy Delage, MPIA:

              Atmospheric Escape from Ultra-short Period Rocky Planets

16:20    C1 (PI Birnstiel)

              Apostolos Zormpas: Disk Population Synthesis

              Sebastian Stammler: Introducing DustPy

17:00    D1 (PI Kley)

              Thomas Rometsch: Migration in a system with two accreting planets

17:30    D2 (PI Dullemond)

              Peter Rodenkirch: Origin of complex non-axisymmetric structures in

              Type 2 Transition Disks

18.00    break, beverages

18:30    public highlight talk, Prof. Ewine van Dishoeck, Leiden/MPE: 

              Zooming in on planet-forming disks with ALMA

19:45    reception, finger food served

Tuesday, 19.11.19   - working group sessions -

 

  9:30    organization of parallel sessions (Ercolano)

  9:40    parallel sessions

11:00    coffee

11:30    parallel sessions

13:00    lunch - served at CAS

14:00    plenary session

15:30    end

 

Project Update Meeting, Research Area d

Munich, 15th of July 2019 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Project Update Meeting, Research Area C

Munich, 1st of July 2019 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

3rd Full Meeting

 Mo, 1. 4.  (1 pm) - We, 3. 4. 2019 (noon)

universität  Tübingen

Auf der Morgenstelle 10, 72076 Tübingen

Building C, 9th floor, lecuture hall C9 A03

RUTD MEETING PROGRAM

1.4.19, Monday

 

13:30    Coffee

14:00    Welcome and Introduction (Kley/Ercolano)

14:10    B1 (Picogna/Wölfer): Rad. hydro in photoevap. winds

14:40    B2 (Szücs): Astrochemistry in atms. and winds

15:10    Extra Talk (Kristina Monsch):

              X-ray photoevaporation and the demographics

              of giants

15:40    Coffee Break

16:10    C1 (Stammler/Zormpas): Dust trapping

16:50    C2 (Franz): Dust entrainment in winds

17:20    Extra Talk (Joanna Drazkowska):

              Dust growth in hydrodynamic simulations

17:50    Discussions

18:30    End of day 1

 

2.4.19, Tuesday

 

 9:00     RUTD Issues (Ercolano): Renewal proposal,

              winter school, papers/collab., activities, budget, …

10:30    A1 (Sanchis): Solids and gas evolution

11:00    A2 (Flaischlen): Disk dissipation/ X-rays

11:30    Coffee Break

12:00    D1 (Rometsch): Transdisks and planets

12:30    D2 (Rodenkirch): Non-axisymmetric features

13:00    Lunch & Coffee Break

14:30    Extra Talk (Sareh Ataiee):

              How much can a planet's spirals heat up the disc?

15:00    Extra Talk (Tommaso Grassi):

              Interplay of microphysics, ambipolar diffusion,                         chemistry, and cosmic rays in MHD

15:30    Coffee Break

16:00    Research Areas Parallel Sessions,

              revision of milestones and future planning

17:00    End of day 2

 

19:00    Joint Dinner "Die Wurstküche"

              Am Lustnauer Tor 8, 72074 Tübingen

            

 

 

3.4.19, Wednesday

 

10:00    RA-A Ambassador Report + Brainstorming, TBD

10:30    RA-B Ambassador Report + Brainstorming, TBD

11:00    RA-C Ambassador Report + Brainstorming, TBD

11:30    RA-D Ambassador Report + Brainstorming, TBD

 

12:00    Lunch / Departure

Project Update Meeting, Research Area B

Munich, 4th of February 2019 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Full Meeting

22nd and 23rd of October 2018 

ESO, Garching, near Munich

ESO, Karl-Schwarzschild-Straße 2, 85748 Garching

RUTD MEETING PROGRAM

10:00 Uhr

10:10 Uhr

10:30 Uhr

10:50 Uhr

11:10 Uhr

11:30 Uhr

13:00 Uhr

13:20 Uhr

13:40 Uhr

14:00 Uhr

14:20 Uhr

14:40 Uhr

15:00 Uhr

15:20 Uhr

15:40 Uhr

16:00 Uhr

16:20 Uhr

16:40 Uhr

17:00 Uhr

17:20 Uhr

18:00 Uhr

 

22.10.18, Monday

 

Welcome (Testi)

A1 (Sanchis)

A2 (Flaischlen)

Discussion A

Facchini

Lunch Break

B1 (Picogna)

B2 (Szücs)

Discussion B

Manara/Miotello

Coffee Break

C1 (Zormpas)

C2 (Franz)

Discussion C

Ansdell

Coffee Break

D1 (Rometsch)

D2 (Küffme./Rodenki./Dullemond)

Discussion D

Final Discussion

End of Day 1

 

10:00 Uhr

11:00 Uhr

12:00 Uhr

13:00 Uhr

14:00 Uhr

15:00 Uhr

15:30 Uhr

15:45 Uhr

16:00 Uhr

16:15 Uhr

16:30 Uhr

17:00 Uhr

23.10.18, Tuesday

 

Parallel working groups

Parallel working groups

Lunch Break

Parallel working groups

Parallel working groups

Coffee Break

Report Group A

Report Group B

Report Group C

Report Group D

Final Discussion

​End of Day 2

Project Update Meeting, Research Area A

Munich, 10th of September 2018 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Project Update Meeting: Research Area D

Munich, 2th of July 2018 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Project Update Meeting: Research Area C

Munich, 7th of May 2018 from 1pm to 3pm

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Kick-Off Meeting:

Munich 5th and 6th of February 2018

University Observatory of the LMU, Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Day 1: February 5th

10am-4:30pm

 

COFFEE & CHATS 10:00-1100

 

Session 1: 11:00-12:10                  Intro + A projects

     11:00-11:20  RUTD Introd.        — Ercolano/Dullemond

     11:20-11:50  Project A1             — Testi/PhD students

     11:50-12:10  Project A2             — Preibisch/Flaischlen

 

CATERED LUNCH:   12:15-13:30 

 

Session 2: 13:30-14:10                   B projects

     13:30-13:50 Project B1               — Picogna

     13:50-14:10 Project B2               — Caselli/Szucs

COFFEE/DISCUSSION: 14:10-14:40

Session 3: 14:40-15:20                   C projects

     14:40-15:00 Project C1               — Birnstiel/Zormpas

     15:00-15:20 Project C2               — Franz

COFFEE/DISCUSSION: 15:20-15:50

 

Session 4: 15:50-16:30                    D projects    

     16:00-16:10 Project D2                — Kley/PhD student

     16:10-16:30 Project D1                — Dullemond/Küffmeier

Day 2: February 6th

9am-5pm

 

Introduction to Observations            9:00-11:00

      9:00-  9:45  Testi/Facchini/De Simone/Miotello:

                           How do we observe discs and planets? 

                           Current and future facilities, techniques and perspectives.

      9:45-10:00  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

    10:00-10:45  Preibisch: X-ray observations of young stars.

    10:45-11:00  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

 

COFFEE 11:00 - 11:30

 

Introduction to Hydrodynamics:     11:30-12:30

     11:30-12:15  Kley: Planet Disc interactions    

     12:15-12:30  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

 

CATERED LUNCH 12:30 - 13:30

 

Introduction to Chemistry:                13:30-14:30

     13:30-14:15  Caselli: Astrochemistry in discs

     14:15-14:30  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

 

Introduction to Radiative Transfer: 14:30-15:30

     14:30-15:15  Dullemond: Radiative Transfer in discs: Interpreting

                            the observations and observing your simulations. 

     15:15-15:30  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

 

COFFEE 15:30 - 16:00

 

Introduction to Dust Physics:            16:00-17:00

     16:00-16:45  Birnstiel: Dust processes in discs

     16:45-17:00  QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION

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Day 3: February 7th

9:30am-6:30pm

Only for PhD Students and Postdocs

 

Parallel Tutorial Sessions     

      Time                                 Session 1      Tutor                          Session 2        Tutor 

        9:30 – 11:30                   CASA               M. Tazzari                  TWOPOPPY     T. Birnstiel

      12:30  - 14:30                   GANDALF       D. Hubber                 PLUTO             G. Picogna

      14.30 – 16.30                   RADMC3D       L. Szücs                     KROME            T. Grassi

      16.30 -  18.30                   GALARIO        M. Tazzari

Code description:

CASA, the Common Astronomy Software Applications package, is being developed with the primary goal of supporting the data post-processing needs of the next generation of radio astronomical telescopes such as ALMA and VLA.

Website: https://casa.nrao.edu/

 

TWOPOPPY, implementation of the 2-population model for dust evolution in protoplanetary disks after Birnstiel, Klahr, & Ercolano, A&A (2012).

Website: https://github.com/birnstiel/two-pop-py

 

GANDALF, is a hybrid self-gravitating fluid dynamics (via SPH) and collisional N-body code primarily designed for investigating star formation and planet formation problems.

Website: http://gandalfcode.github.io/

 

PLUTO, is a modern Eulerian MHD code.

Website: http://plutocode.ph.unito.it/

 

RADMC3D, is a code package for diagnostic radiative transfer calculations. It calculates, for a given geometrical distribution of gas and/or dust, what its images and/or spectra look like when viewed from a certain angle, allowing modellers to compare their models with observed data.

Website: http://www.ita.uni-heidelberg.de/~dullemond/software/radmc-3d/

 

KROME, is a chemistry package for a wide range of astrophysical simulations. Given a chemical network it automatically generates all the routines needed to solve the kinetic of the system, modelled as a system of coupled ODE.

Website: http://www.kromepackage.org/

 

GALARIO, a GPU code to fit ALMA Observation.

Website: https://github.com/mtazzari/galario

Project Update Meeting: Research Area B

Munich 4th of December 2017 from 1pm to 3pm,

Seminar room, first floor

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679

Munich-Garching Preparation Meeting

Munich Monday 16th of October 2017 at 1pm,

University Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians University

Scheinerstraße 1, Munich, 81679