program Science day, September 4, 2008

de Sitterzaal, Oort building


 9:00- 9:40 REVIEW Ignas Snellen: "recent developments in exo-planet searches" ignas@strw.leidenuniv.nl 
 9:40-10:00 David Raban: 10 micron interferometry on nearby AGN 
10:00-10:20 Richard Alexander "Observing disc photoevaporation with [NeII] line profiles" 
10:20-10:40 Andreas Pawlik "Thermal feedback from cosmic reionization


11:10 11:30 Agnes Kospal "Polarimetric imaging of an edge-on FU Ori-type disc" 
11:30-11:50 Maaike Damen Tracing the build-up of massive galaxies using Spitzer
11:50-12:10 Stefan Andersson "A theoretical chemist's view of surface astrochemistry"
12:10-12:30 Rob Wiersma "The Trials and Transport of Cosmic Metals"

13:30 14:10 REVIEW Henk Hoekstra: Dark Energy: recent developments and future directions.  
14:10-14:30 Dave Lommen "Multi-wavelength observations of grain growth in
protoplanetary disks."
14:30-14:50 Rik Williams: "The Early Deaths of Overweight Galaxies"?

tea and cookies

15:10-15:30 Anders Johansen "Planetesimal formation by self-gravity"? 
15:30-15:50 Huib Intema: LOFAR and the challenge of calibrating out the ionospheric disturbances.
15:50-16:10 Ernst de Mooi: Near-Infrared observations of transiting exo-planets
16:10-16:30 Ruud Visser "The chemical history of molecules in circumstellar disks"

16:30-16:55 1-minute presentations
16:55-17:00 prizes and honors

17:00       drinks

confirmed 1-minute speakers 
Tim Schrabback
David Baneke  
Hendrik Hildebrandt 
Lars Kristensen 
Ernst Kuiper 
Cat Vlahakis 
Craig Booth
Ann-Marie Madigan
Denis Serre
Ryan Quadri
Jarle Brinchmann
Edo van Uitert
Paul van der Werf
Bernhard Brandl
Anne-Marie Weijmans
(still openings here)