Cosmic Dust
 
Monday, August 5, 2013
9:20 AM–9:30 AM Welcoming Remarks
9:30 AM–9:50 AM Poster Presenters
9:50 AM–10:30 AM Joaquin D. Vieira (Caltech, USA)†
High redshift starburst galaxies revealed by SPT, ALMA, and gravitational lensing ➤
10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session
11:30 AM–11:50 AM Aigen Li (Univ. of Missouri, USA) 
Cosmic dust in the early universe ➤
11:50 AM–12:10 PM Daisuke Yamasawa (Tohoku Univ., Japan) 
Dust evolution and Population III-II transition in young galaxies
12:10 PM–12:30 PM Tsutomu T. Takeuchi (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
The infrared excess-UV spectral slope relation of galaxies at 0 < z < 3
12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM–2:40 PM Hidehiro Kaneda (Nagoya Univ., Japan)† 
AKARI observations of interstellar dust grains in our Galaxy and nearby galaxies ➤
2:40 PM–3:00 PM Takashi Shimonishi (Kobe Univ., Japan) 
Infrared observations of methanol ice in the Large Magellanic Cloud
3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session
4:00 PM–4:20 PM Ryosuke Asano (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
Evolution of the extinction curves in galaxies
4:20 PM–4:40 PM Agnieszka Pollo (Jagiellonian Univ., Poland) 
Environment of different types of dusty galaxies ➤
4:40 PM–5:00 PM Katarzyna Małek (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
(Ultra)Luminous Infra-Red Galaxies in the AKARI deep fields ➤
6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@Kanemo
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
9:30 AM–10:10 AM Zhongxiang Wang (SHAO, China)† 
Searching for debris disks around isolated neutron stars ➤
10:10 AM–10:30 AM Takafumi Kamizuka (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan) 
Mid-term change of dust formation activity of AGB stars ➤
10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session
11:30 AM–12:10 PM Maohai Huang (NAOC, China)†
FIR observations of the host galaxy of GRB 110422A with Herschel†
12:10 PM–12:30 PM Takaya Nozawa (Kavli IPMU, Japan) 
Non-steady state formation of dust grains in the ejecta of Type Ia supernovae
12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM–2:40 PM Ant Jones (CNRS/Univ. Paris-Sud, France)† 
Interstellar dust modelling from a new vantage point ➤
2:40 PM–3:00 PM Xuejuan Yang (Xiangtan Univ., China) 
Are the carriers of the UIR bands aromatic or aliphatic? Gas phase infrared spectroscopy of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and of their monomethyl derivatives ➤
3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session 
4:00 PM–4:20 PM Lisseth Gavilan (Cergy-Pontoise Univ., France) 
Silicate nanometric dust production and characterization and its use as interstellar grain analogs to simulate the formation of H2 ➤
4:20 PM–4:40 PM Gaël Rouillé (MPIA, Germany) 
Condensation of silicon monoxide at cryogenic temperatures ➤
4:40 PM–5:00 PM Yuki Kimura (Tohoku Univ., Japan) 
Nucleation experiments of iron dust under microgravity
7:20 PM–9:05 PM Banquet@Romantic Concert
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
9:30 AM–10:10 AM Julia C. Lee (Harvard Univ., USA)† 
Cosmic dust through X-ray eyes: A laboratory and space study
10:10 AM–10:30 AM Ulysses J. Sofia (American Univ., USA) 
Sulfur in dust ➤
10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session
11:30 AM–12:10 PM Randall K. Smith (SAO, USA)† 
X-ray scattering by interstellar dust
12:10 PM–12:30 PM Shu Wang (Beijing Normal Univ. China) 
The mid-infrared extinction law and its variation in the Coalsack Nebula ➤
12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM–2:40 PM Jacek Krełowski (Nicolaus Copernicus Univ., Poland)† 
Three players in the interstellar clouds: Dust grains, known free radicals and diffuse band carriers
2:40 PM–3:00 PM Fuyuan Xiang (Univ. of Missouri, USA) 
DIBs and UV extinction curve: The missing link ➤
3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session 
4:00 PM–4:20 PM Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA, Taiwan) 
Dust growth in star-forming regions and its possible impacts on galaxy evolution ➤
4:20 PM–4:40 PM Jungmi Kwon (JSPS, Japan) 
Near-infrared circular polarimetry of NGC 6334-V: The origin of circular polarization
4:40 PM–5:00 PM Shih-Ping Lai (National Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan) 
Mapping the magnetic field structure in the filamentary cloud IC5146 with optical dust polarization observations
6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@SteakLand Kobekan
Thursday, August 8, 2013
9:30 AM–9:50 AM Chiaki Uyeda (Osaka Univ., Japan) 
A study on paramagnetic anisotropy of amorphous silicate particle orientated to solve the mechanism of dust alignment in the dense regions
9:50 AM–10:10 AM Junya Matsuno (Kyoto Univ., Japan) 
Interpretation of XRD and IR features in amorphous MgSiO3 before crystallization of enstatite with heat treatment
10:10 AM–10:30 AM Koji Murakawa (Univ. of Leeds, UK) 
Dust growth and settling in protoplanetary disks and radiative transfer calculations ➤
10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session
11:30 AM–12:10 PM Kate Y. L. Su (Univ. of Arizona, USA)† 
Dust in debris disks: Imprints of extrasolar planetary systems ➤
12:10 PM–12:30 PM Hiroshi Kobayashi (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
Debris disk formation induced by planet formation
12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM–6:30 PM Excursion@Akashi
6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@Susabi
Friday, August 9, 2013
9:30 AM–10:10 AM Jean-Charles Augereau (IPAG, France)† 
Cold, warm and hot dust in extrasolar planetary systems ➤
10:10 AM–10:30 AM Zahed Wahhaj (ESO, Chile) 
The offset dust ring of HR 4796A
10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session
11:30 AM–11:50 AM Robert Botet (CNRS/Univ. Paris-Sud, France) 
What’s new about single-scattering from dust particles? ➤
11:50 AM–12:10 PM Gorden Videen (SSI, USA) 
Light scattering from agglomerated debris particles: Comparison with feldspar data
12:10 PM–12:30 PM Evgenij Zubko (Univ. of Helsinki, Finland) 
Modeling photo-polarimetric response in Comet C/1975 V1
12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM–2:40 PM Ralf Srama (Univ. Stuttgart, Germany)† 
How to measure interstellar dust in the Solar System ➤
2:40 PM–3:00 PM Nikolai Kiselev (MAO, Ukraine) 
Diversity among the polarization opposition effects for high-albedo atmosphereless Solar System bodies
3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session 
4:00 PM–4:20 PM Ludmilla Kolokolova (Univ. of Maryland, USA) 
Opposition effect produced by icy particles: Spectral manifestation ➤
4:20 PM–4:40 PM Sergey Bulat (NRC Kurchatov Inst., Russia) — CANCELED
Recovery of chondritic micrometeorites in snow cover of central east Antarctica (Vostok station): Preliminary results
4:40 PM–5:00 PM Hiroshi Kimura (Kobe Univ., Japan) 
Electrostatic lofting of dust aggregates near the terminator of airless bodies and its implication in the formation of circumstellar dust rings ➤
5:00 PM–5:10 PM Adjourning Remarks
6:45 PM–8:30 PM Dinner@Shabuzen

Poster Presenters:
Carlos M. Gutierrez (IAC, Spain) — CANCELED
The dust content of galaxy clusters 
Gonzalo Aniano Porcile (CNRS/Univ. Paris-XI, France) 
All-sky dust modeling using PLANCK and IRAS observations
Chihiro Kaito (Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan) 
Laboratory analogy of crystalline Fe2SiO4, (FexFe1-x)2SiO4 and SiC grain formation
Chiyoe Koike (Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan) 
The infrared spectra of iron oxides particles
M. Liu (Beijing Normal Univ., China)
On FeO as a carrier of the mysterious “21 μm” emission feature seen in protoplanetary nebulae
Ke Zhang (Caltech, USA) 
The mysterious “30 μm” emission feature of evolved stars: MgS or graphite?
Melanie Köhler (Univ. of Missouri, USA) 
Are all active galactic nuclei born equal? The silicate dust mineralogy perspective
Aigen Li (Univ. of Missouri, USA) 
Modeling the infrared emission of C60
Shalima Puthiyaveettil (IUCAA, India) 
The dust content of ELAIS-N1 galaxies ➤
Jean Louis Lemaire (Cergy-Pontoise Univ., France) 
Silicate dust surface effects on H2 formation: Rotational temperature and nuclear spin conversion
Mengyao Xue (Beijing Normal Univ., China) 
An investigation of the mid-infrared extinction in the galactic plane using AKARI data ➤
Jiali Zhu (NAOC, China) 
Dust in molecular clouds and the 3D model of interstellar medium
James N. Imamura (Univ. of Oregon, USA) — CANCELED
Spiral arms and gaps in protoplanetary and protostellar disks 
Ryo Tazaki (Kyoto Univ., Japan) 
Outward motion of porous aggregates in protoplanetary disks by stellar radiation pressure ➤
Mahesh Mohan (Univ. of Hertfordshire, UK) 
VLT/NACO polarimetric differential imaging of HD 169142
Hitoshi Miura (Nagoya City Univ., Japan) 
Cooling rate of chondrule estimated from compositionally zoned olivine
Lev Nagdimunov (Univ. of Maryland, USA) 
Dust in the Deep Impact ejecta cloud during the first seconds ➤
Tomoya Yamada (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
Scaling and structure of the convective velocity in a vertically vibrated granular bed
Michael B. Simakov (INC RAS‚ Russia) 
Dust, chemical evolution and origins of life on Earth
Harald Krüger (MPS, Germany) 
Dust Impact Monitor DIM onboard Rosetta/Philae: Comparison of experimental results and the theory behind the instrument ➤
Yuri I. Fujii (Nagoya Univ., Japan) 
Temperature profiles and turbulent states of circumplanetary disks ➤

N.B.
Every speaker is assumed to welcome questions whenever arise.
Poster presenters are given 1 minute each for oral presentations.
Invited speakers are marked with a dagger (†).
Best poster awardees are marked with a ribbon ().
A compilation of abstracts is available for download.
Click on double triangular bullets (➤) to download associated presentations [password required].
Monday, August 5, 2013

9:20 AM–9:30 AM Welcoming Remarks

9:30 AM–9:50 AM Poster Presenters

9:50 AM–10:30 AM Joaquin D. Vieira (Caltech, USA)†

  1. High redshift starburst galaxies revealed by SPT, ALMA, and gravitational lensing

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session

11:30 AM–11:50 AM Aigen Li (Univ. of Missouri, USA)

  1. Cosmic dust in the early universe

11:50 AM–12:10 PM Daisuke Yamasawa (Tohoku Univ., Japan)

  1. Dust evolution and Population III-II transition in young galaxies

12:10 PM–12:30 PM Tsutomu T. Takeuchi (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. The infrared excess-UV spectral slope relation of galaxies at 0 < z < 3

12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM–2:40 PM Hidehiro Kaneda (Nagoya Univ., Japan)†

  1. AKARI observations of interstellar dust grains in our Galaxy and nearby galaxies

2:40 PM–3:00 PM Takashi Shimonishi (Kobe Univ., Japan)

  1. Infrared observations of methanol ice in the Large Magellanic Cloud

3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session

4:00 PM–4:20 PM Ryosuke Asano (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. Evolution of the extinction curves in galaxies

4:20 PM–4:40 PM Agnieszka Pollo (Jagiellonian Univ., Poland)

  1. Environment of different types of dusty galaxies

4:40 PM–5:00 PM Katarzyna Małek (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. (Ultra)Luminous Infra-Red Galaxies in the AKARI deep fields

6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@Kanemo

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

9:30 AM–10:10 AM Zhongxiang Wang (SHAO, China)†

  1. Searching for debris disks around isolated neutron stars

10:10 AM–10:30 AM Takafumi Kamizuka (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)

  1. Mid-term change of dust formation activity of AGB stars

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session

11:30 AM–12:10 PM Maohai Huang (NAOC, China)†

  1. FIR observations of the host galaxy of GRB 110422A with Herschel

12:10 PM–12:30 PM Takaya Nozawa (Kavli IPMU, Japan)

  1. Non-steady state formation of dust grains in the ejecta of Type Ia supernovae

12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM–2:40 PM Ant Jones (CNRS/Univ. Paris-Sud, France)†

  1. Interstellar dust modelling from a new vantage point

2:40 PM–3:00 PM Xuejuan Yang (Xiangtan Univ., China)

  1. Are the carriers of the UIR bands aromatic or aliphatic? Gas phase infrared spectroscopy of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and of their monomethyl derivatives

3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session

4:00 PM–4:20 PM Lisseth Gavilan (Cergy-Pontoise Univ., France)

  1. Silicate nanometric dust production and characterization and its use as interstellar grain analogs to simulate the formation of H2

4:20 PM–4:40 PM Gaël Rouillé (MPIA, Germany)

  1. Condensation of silicon monoxide at cryogenic temperatures

4:40 PM–5:00 PM Yuki Kimura (Tohoku Univ., Japan)

  1. Nucleation experiments of iron dust under microgravity

7:20 PM–9:05 PM Banquet@Romantic Concert

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

9:30 AM–10:10 AM Julia C. Lee (Harvard Univ., USA)†

  1. Cosmic dust through X-ray eyes: A laboratory and space study

10:10 AM–10:30 AM Ulysses J. Sofia (American Univ., USA)

  1. Sulfur in dust

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session

11:30 AM–12:10 PM Randall K. Smith (SAO, USA)†

  1. X-ray scattering by interstellar dust

12:10 PM–12:30 PM Shu Wang (Beijing Normal Univ. China)

  1. The mid-infrared extinction law and its variation in the Coalsack Nebula

12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM–2:40 PM Jacek Krełowski (Nicolaus Copernicus Univ., Poland)†

  1. Three players in the interstellar clouds: Dust grains, known free radicals and diffuse band carriers

2:40 PM–3:00 PM Fuyuan Xiang (Univ. of Missouri, USA)

  1. DIBs and UV extinction curve: The missing link

3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session

4:00 PM–4:20 PM Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA, Taiwan)

  1. Dust growth in star-forming regions and its possible impacts on galaxy evolution

4:20 PM–4:40 PM Jungmi Kwon (JSPS, Japan)

  1. Near-infrared circular polarimetry of NGC 6334-V: The origin of circular polarization

4:40 PM–5:00 PM Shih-Ping Lai (National Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan)

  1. Mapping the magnetic field structure in the filamentary cloud IC5146 with optical dust polarization observations

6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@SteakLand Kobekan

Thursday, August 8, 2013

9:30 AM–9:50 AM Chiaki Uyeda (Osaka Univ., Japan)

  1. A study on paramagnetic anisotropy of amorphous silicate particle orientated to solve the mechanism of dust alignment in the dense regions

9:50 AM–10:10 AM Junya Matsuno (Kyoto Univ., Japan)

  1. Interpretation of XRD and IR features in amorphous MgSiO3 before crystallization of enstatite with heat treatment

10:10 AM–10:30 AM Koji Murakawa (Univ. of Leeds, UK)

  1. Dust growth and settling in protoplanetary disks and radiative transfer calculations

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session

11:30 AM–12:10 PM Kate Y. L. Su (Univ. of Arizona, USA)†

  1. Dust in debris disks: Imprints of extrasolar planetary systems

12:10 PM–12:30 PM Hiroshi Kobayashi (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. Debris disk formation induced by planet formation

12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM–6:30 PM Excursion@Akashi

6:45 PM–9:00 PM Dinner@Susabi

Friday, August 9, 2013

9:30 AM–10:10 AM Jean-Charles Augereau (IPAG, France)†

  1. Cold, warm and hot dust in extrasolar planetary systems

10:10 AM–10:30 AM Zahed Wahhaj (ESO, Chile)

  1. The offset dust ring of HR 4796A

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Coffee Break/Poster Session

11:30 AM–11:50 AM Robert Botet (CNRS/Univ. Paris-Sud, France)

  1. What’s new about single-scattering from dust particles?

11:50 AM–12:10 PM Gorden Videen (SSI, USA)

  1. Light scattering from agglomerated debris particles: Comparison with feldspar data

12:10 PM–12:30 PM Evgenij Zubko (Univ. of Helsinki, Finland)

  1. Modeling photo-polarimetric response in Comet C/1975 V1

12:30 PM–2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM–2:40 PM Ralf Srama (Univ. Stuttgart, Germany)†

  1. How to measure interstellar dust in the Solar System

2:40 PM–3:00 PM Nikolai Kiselev (MAO, Ukraine)

  1. Diversity among the polarization opposition effects for high-albedo atmosphereless Solar System bodies

3:00 PM–4:00 PM Coffee Break/Poster Session

4:00 PM–4:20 PM Ludmilla Kolokolova (Univ. of Maryland, USA)

  1. Opposition effect produced by icy particles: Spectral manifestation

4:20 PM–4:40 PM Sergey Bulat (NRC Kurchatov Inst., Russia) — CANCELED

  1. Recovery of chondritic micrometeorites in snow cover of central east Antarctica (Vostok station): Preliminary results

4:40 PM–5:00 PM Hiroshi Kimura (Kobe Univ., Japan)

  1. Electrostatic lofting of dust aggregates near the terminator of airless bodies and its implication in the formation of circumstellar dust rings

5:00 PM–5:10 PM Adjourning Remarks

6:45 PM–8:30 PM Dinner@Shabuzen


Poster Presenters:

Carlos M. Gutierrez (IAC, Spain) — CANCELED

  1. The dust content of galaxy clusters

Gonzalo Aniano Porcile (CNRS/Univ. Paris-XI, France)

  1. All-sky dust modeling using PLANCK and IRAS observations

Chihiro Kaito (Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan)

  1. Laboratory analogy of crystalline Fe2SiO4, (FexFe1-x)2SiO4 and SiC grain formation

Chiyoe Koike (Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan)

  1. The infrared spectra of iron oxides particles

  2. J.M. Liu (Beijing Normal Univ., China)

  3. On FeO as a carrier of the mysterious “21 μm” emission feature seen in protoplanetary nebulae

Ke Zhang (Caltech, USA)

  1. The mysterious “30 μm” emission feature of evolved stars: MgS or graphite?

Melanie Köhler (Univ. of Missouri, USA)

  1. Are all active galactic nuclei born equal? The silicate dust mineralogy perspective

Aigen Li (Univ. of Missouri, USA)

  1. Modeling the infrared emission of C60

Shalima Puthiyaveettil (IUCAA, India)

  1. The dust content of ELAIS-N1 galaxies

Jean Louis Lemaire (Cergy-Pontoise Univ., France)

  1. Silicate dust surface effects on H2 formation: Rotational temperature and nuclear spin conversion

Mengyao Xue (Beijing Normal Univ., China)

  1. An investigation of the mid-infrared extinction in the galactic plane using AKARI data

Jiali Zhu (NAOC, China)

  1. Dust in molecular clouds and the 3D model of interstellar medium

James N. Imamura (Univ. of Oregon, USA) — CANCELED

  1. Spiral arms and gaps in protoplanetary and protostellar disks

Ryo Tazaki (Kyoto Univ., Japan)

  1. Outward motion of porous aggregates in protoplanetary disks by stellar radiation pressure

Mahesh Mohan (Univ. of Hertfordshire, UK)

  1. VLT/NACO polarimetric differential imaging of HD 169142

Hitoshi Miura (Nagoya City Univ., Japan)

  1. Cooling rate of chondrule estimated from compositionally zoned olivine

Lev Nagdimunov (Univ. of Maryland, USA)

  1. Dust in the Deep Impact ejecta cloud during the first seconds

Tomoya Yamada (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. Scaling and structure of the convective velocity in a vertically vibrated granular bed

Michael B. Simakov (INC RAS‚ Russia)

  1. Dust, chemical evolution and origins of life on Earth

Harald Krüger (MPS, Germany)

  1. Dust Impact Monitor DIM onboard Rosetta/Philae: Comparison of experimental results and the theory behind the instrument

Yuri I. Fujii (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  1. Temperature profiles and turbulent states of circumplanetary disks


N.B.

  1. Every speaker is assumed to welcome questions whenever arise.

  2. Poster presenters are given 1 minute each for oral presentations.

  3. Invited speakers are marked with a dagger (†).

  4. Best poster awardees are marked with a ribbon ().

  5. A compilation of abstracts is available for download.

  6. Click on double triangular bullets (➤) to download associated presentations [password required].

 

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