The full program can be seen here (4th Nov) or also for a quick look below.


The preliminary program is as follows (23rd Oct):

German-Japanese Meeting
Haus der Astronomie, MPI-Astronomy Campus,
Tuesday, Nov, 4th 
9:am - 4pm: ! Collaboration Day

Wednesday, Nov, 5th

9:00 Bus leaves from Downtown 9:30 - Registration 9:45 - Welcome from the Organisers
9:50 - 11:00 (15+5)
1. Artie P. Hatzes - Detecting Short-period, Earth-mass planets in the Presence of Activity Noise
2. Joachim Wambsganss - Searching for Extrasolar Planets with Gravitational Microlensing: Challenges and  Exciting Results 
3. Luigi Mancini - Photometric follow-ups of transiting exoplanets with ground-based medium-class telescopes
4. t.b.a.
5. Andreas Quirrenbach, CARMENES Consortium - CARMENES: Searching for Blue Planets Orbiting Red Dwarfs
6. Sabine Reffert - Giant Planet Occurrence Rate as a Function of Stellar Mass and Metallicity
7. Motohide Tamura - Subaru Direct Imaging Observations of Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs
13:15-14:30 LUNCH MPIA Cafeteria
SESSION: DISKS 14:30-16:00:
8. Cornelis Dullemond - Observing dust traps with ALMA
9. Jun Hashimoto - Near-Infrared Imaging Observations of Transitional Disks by the Subaru/SEEDS project!
10. Sebastian Wolf - High-angular resolution observations and modeling of circumstellar disks!
11. Hideko Nomura - Complex Organic Molecules in Protoplanetary Disks
16:00 COFFEE BREAK 16:30-18:00 12. Semenov Dimitry- Importance of dynamical processes for chemical evolution of protoplanetary disks
13. Th. Henning - Water: From Disks to Planets
14. Takayuki Muto - Protoplanetary Disk Morphology and High- Resolution Imaging Observations
15. Shu-ichiro Inutsuka - The Formation and Early Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks: A Hybrid Scenario of Planet Formation
18:00-19:00 POSTER SESSION ? 19:15 BUS leaves for DOWNTOWN Thursday, Nov, 6th
9:00 Bus leaves from Downtown SESSION: EXO-PLANETS Characterization 9:30-11:00 16. Jeroen Bouwman, MPIA - Characterization of planetery atmospheres from space.
17. Wolfgang Brandner - Characterisation of cool brown dwarf and planetary atmospheres
18. Masahiro Ikoma - Bulk and atmospheric composition of transiting low-mass exoplanets and their origins.
19. Lisa Kaltenegger - What can we really observe? Biosignatures on rocky planets and the observable concept of the Habitable Zone
11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK 11:30-13:00: 20. Hajime Kawahara - Characterization of Exoplanets with High- contrast and High-Dispersion Instruments on Extremely Large Telescopes
21. Yamila Miguel - Hot rocky to gas planets: How host stars and realistic UV flux change the detectable features for Mini-Neptunes and rocky atmospheres
22. Roy van Boekel - The link between planet formation and planet atmosphere spectra
23. Viki Joergens - The formation of free-floating planets
13:15-14:30 LUNCH MPIA Cafeteria 14:30-16:00: 24. Taishi Nakamoto, - Formation of solid materials in evolving solar nebula
25. Wurm Gerhard - Collisions of Small Bodies in Protoplanetary Disks: Cold, Hot, and Viscous
26. Jürgen Blum - Per aspera ad planetas – there is hope that we will finally understand planetesimal formation
27. Mario Trieloff - Compositional variety among planets: When and how were compositional gradients established in the early solar system?
16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK 16:30-18:00:
28. Satoshi Okuzumi - Electric-field heating of plasmas and its effect on! magnetorotational turbulence in protoplanetary disks
29. Taku Takeuchi - Transport of the Magnetic Flux in Protoplanetary Disks and Disk Evolution via MHD Turbulence and/or Winds
30. Hidekazu Tanaka - Fluffy Dust Growth and Planetesimal Formation
31. Hubert Klahr - The Formation of Planetesimals in Starving Mode: Zonal Flows and Vortices in Circumstellar Disks
18:15 BUS leaves for DOWNTOWN 19:00 Conference Dinner: Kulturbrauerei

Friday, Nov, 7th
9:00 Bus leaves from Downtown SESSION: EXO-PLANETS Formation (PART 2)
32. Hiroshi Kobayashi - Importance of collisional fragmentation in planet formation
33. Eiichiro Kokubo - The Basic Scaling Laws of Terrestrial Planet Formation
34. Willy Kley - Circumbinary Planets: Their properties and formation
35. Takanori Sasaki - Re-entry of giant-impact fragments and early evolution of the Earth.
11:00-11:30COFFEE BREAK 11:30-13:00:
36. Mordasini Christoph - Connecting microphysics during formation with exoplanet observations: the impact of grain opacity in atmospheres of protoplanets
37. Hidenori Genda - Collisions in Extrasolar Systems
38. Shigeru Ida - Orbital evolution of clumps formed by disk instability -implications for wide separation direct-imaged Jupiters
39. Alexander V. Krivov - Debris Disks - First Lessons from Herschel
13:15-14:30 LUNCH MPIA Cafeteria 15:00 Koenigstuhl/Colloquium ? END OF MEETING approx. 16:00 BUS leaves for Downtown

We would like to ask the speakers to use their own laptops. If you have problems with your laptop or don't have one, please let us know in advance so that we can provide one for your talk.

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