"Dutch" ISM/CSM meeting, 7 November 2008, Leiden
We started at 10.30am and closed the meeting at 5pm sharp. Several people joined the Leiden crowd for their traditional Friday afternoon borrel in the Kaiser lounge, and went on to downtown Leiden for a joint dinner. With about 35 participants and interestiong discussions all through the day, this meeting can yet again be considered a success. Lunch was kindly provided by NOVA. Apart from Kees Dullemond, the programme included speakers from Leuven, Groningen, Amsterdam, and Leiden, as presented below.
The next meeting is expected to take place in the spring of 2009.
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Programme ISM/CSM meeting 7 November 2008:
10.30-10.40 Round of introductions of new members 10.40-11.10 Ruud Visser (Leiden Observatory) The chemical history of ices in protoplanetary disks 11.10-11.30 Seyit Hocuk (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen) The Metallicity and Rotational Moment Dependence of Molecular Cloud Fragmentation 11.30-11.55 Coffee 11.55-12.25 Hans Van Winckel (Institute of Astronomy, Leuven) Evolved Binaries 12.25-12.55 Chael Kruip (Anton Pannekoek Institute/Leiden Observatory) Mass and Composition of the Dust in the Homunculus Nebula 12.55-13.45 Lunch (provided by NOVA) 13.45-14.45 Kees Dullemond (Max Planck Institut für Astronomie, Heidelberg) The formation of planets as a by-product of star formation 14.45-15.15 Jordy Bouwman (Sackler Laboratory for Astrophysics) CESSS: shining new light on astrophysical ice analogs 15.15-15.35 Mihkel Kama (Anton Pannekoek Institute) Modelling the inner rim structure of protoplanetary discs 15.35-16.00 Tea 16.00-16.30 Matthijs van der Wiel (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen) Chemical stratification in the Orion Bar: observations from the JCMT Spectral Legacy Survey 16.30-17.00 Olja Panić (Leiden Observatory) The gas versus dust distribution in disks around young low-mass stars