10th RESCEU/Planet2 Symposium
Planet Formation around Snowline

November 28-30, 2017
Koshiba Hall, University of Tokyo, JAPAN

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RESCEU/Planet2 International Symposium

"Planet Formation around Snowline"

27-30, November 2018, Koshiba Hall, University of Tokyo

Monday, 27 November

Registration and welcome drink (17:00-19:00) @RESCEU seminar room on 1st Floor, Sci. Bldg. 4

Tuesday, 28 November : Session 1 "Exoplanet diversity (1)" (chair: Joshua Winn)

9:30-9:40 Yasushi Suto (Univ. Tokyo) Opening Address

9:40-10:10 Andrew Howard (Caltech) [I] Precise Demographics of the Kepler Planets

10:10-10:30 Kento Masuda (Princeton Univ.) [I] Eccentric companions to two Kepler planets: Clues to the formation of warm Jupiters

10:30-10:50 Lauren Weiss (Univ. Montreal) [I] Multiplanet Systems as Laboratories for Planet Formation

10:50-11:20 Takahiro Sumi (Osaka Univ.) [I] Planet distribution outside Snowline by Microlensing

11:20-11:50 Giovanna Tinetti (UCL) [I] A chemical survey of exoplanets

11:50-12:05 Stevanus Nugroho (Tohoku Univ.) [C] High-Resolution Spectroscopic Detection of TiO and Stratosphere in the Day-side of WASP-33b

12:05-12:25 conference photo


Tuesday, 28 November : Session 2 "Solar System" (chair: Yasushi Suto)

13:45-14:25 Steve Desch (Arizona State Univ.) [I] The distribution of refractory elements and inclusions in the solar nebula

14:25-14:55 Tsuyoshi Iizuka (Univ. Tokyo) [I] U-Pb chronology of the early solar system

14:55-15:15 Yann Alibert (Univ. Bern) [I] On the formation timescale of Jupiter

15:15-15:30 Sho Shibata (Univ. Tokyo) [C] Capture of Solids in the Late Stage of Gas Giant Formation

(coffee break)

Tuesday, 28 November : Session 3 "Disk (1)" (chair: Steve Desch)

15:50-16:20 Mitsuhiko Honda (Kurume Univ.) [I] Toward solid observations of snow line

16:20-16:40 Hideko Nomura (TokyoTech) [I] ALMA Observations of S-bearing Molecules in Protoplanetary Disks: a Possible Tracer of Evaporation of Icy Planetesimals

16:40-16:55 Shota Notsu (Kyoto Univ) [C] Possibility to locate the position of the H2O snowline in protoplanetary disks through spectroscopic observations

16:55-17:15 Aya Higuchi (RIKEN) [I] Detection of Submillimeter-wave [CI] Emission in Gaseous Debris Disks of 49 Ceti and β Pic

17:15-17:45 Misato Fukagawa (Nagoya Univ.) [I] What do structures in protoplanetary disks tell us about planet formation?

18:30-20:30 SOC-LOC meeting @kamachiku (invitation only)

Wednesday, 29 November : Session 4 "Disk (2)" (chair: Hiroshi Kobayashi)

9:00-9:30 Satoshi Okuzumi (TokyoTech) [I] Accretion and dust evolution in the HL Tau disk

9:30-9:45 Hidekazu Tanaka (Tohoku Univ.) [C] Size Distribution of Ice-mantled Grains and Its Effect on Dust Growth

9:45-10:15 Takeru Suzuki (Univ. Tokyo) [I] Magnetic disk wind and disk dispersal

10:15-10:30 Masanobu Kunitomo (Univ. Tokyo) [C] Evaluating the imprints of planet formation on the compositions of stars

(coffee break)

Wednesday, 29 November : Session 5 "Planet Formation (1)?

(chair: Makiko Nagasawa)

11:00-11:30 Anders Johansen (Lund Obs.) [I] The growth of pebbles and protoplanets near ice lines

11:30-12:00 Chris Ormel (Univ. Amsterdam) [I] Pebble accretion near the snowline

12:00-12:20 Sebastiaan Krijt (Univ. Chicago) [C] Impact of pebble formation and migration on observable gas-phase volatiles on both sides of the snowline

12:20-12:40 Shigeru Ida (ELSI) [I] Volatile delivery to planets in habitable zones during planet formation

12:40-13:00 Hiroshi Kobayashi (Nagoya Univ.) [I] From planetesimals to planets in a turbulent disk


Wednesday, 29 - November : Session 6 "Planet Formation (2)" (chair: Yann Alibert)

14:20-14:50 Julia Venturini (Univ. Zurich) [I] The formation of gas-rich planets

14:50-15:05 Masahiro Ikoma (Univ. Tokyo) [I] Accretion limit of snowy planetary envelope

15:05-15:35 James Owen (I. C. London) [I] Formation clues for close-in exoplanets

15:35-15:50 Yuhito Shibaike (TokyoTech) [C] Satellitesimal formation with collisional growth and radial drift of dust particles in steady circumplanetary disks

15:50-16:20 Motohide Tamura (UTokyo/ABC) [I] Direct Imaging Observations of Exoplanets and Disks

18:00-20:00 conference banquet

Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

Thursday, 30 November : Session 7 "Exoplanet diversity (2)"

(chair: Hajime Kawahara)

9:00-9:30 Joshua Winn (Princeton Univ.) [I] Obliquities of planet-hosting stars: new clues

9:30-10:00 Othman Benomar (New York Univ.) [I] Spin-orbit of exoplanets constrained with asteroseismology

10:00-10:20 Makiko Nagasawa (Kurume Univ.) [I] Planetesimal migration and evaporation caused by Jovian resonances near the snowline

10:20-10:40 Yuhiko Aoyama (Univ. Tokyo) [C] Theoretical estimate of intensity of hydrogen line emission from accreting gas giants

(coffee break)

Thursday, 30 November : Session 8 "Current status and future prospects"

(chair: Masahiro Ikoma)

11:10-11:40 Takayuki Kotani (NAOJ) [I] Infrared Doppler for the Subaru telescope

11:40-12:00 Elizabeth Tasker (ISAS/JAXA) [C] Finding Patterns in Planets: A neural network approach to the exoplanet dataset

12:00-12:20 Masataka Aizawa (Univ. Tokyo)[C] Search for ringed planets using the Kepler data

12:20-12:50 Hajime Kawahara (Univ. Tokyo) [I] Finding transiting objects around snowline

12:50-13:00 Masahiro Ikoma (Univ.Tokyo) Concluding Remark

(end of the symposium)