Overview

In the last few years, our field has been dramatically developing especially achieved by ALMA and other fascinating telescopes. This workshop aims at sharing and discussing the latest understandings of planet formation and protoplanetary disks as well as numerical and theoretical developments in this field. We especially expect active participation from the East Asia for learning this excitingly developing field and finding a new network in geographically close collaborators, while participation from any countries and regions are welcome. In addition, we encourage early-stage researchers such as master and Ph.D. students and postdocs to join this workshop.

Invited Speakers

  • Chris Ormel (University of Amsterdam -> Tsinghua Univ., China)
  • Gregory J. Herczeg (KIAA, China)
  • Kenji Furuya (Tsukuba Univ., Japan)
  • Min-Kai Lin (ASIAA, Taiwan)
  • Satoshi Okuzumi (Tokyo Tech., Japan)
  • Woojin Kwon (KASI, Korea)
  • Xue-Ning Bai (Tsinghua Univ., China)
  • Ya-Wen Tang (ASIAA, Taiwan)

Topics

  • Formation of protoplanetary disks
  • Evolution of protoplanetary disks
  • Disk observations
  • Evolution of solids in disks
  • Formation of planetary system
  • Debris disks

Important dates

  • Registration open: currently open
  • Abstract submission deadline: September 1st, 2019
  • Announcement of program: mid of September, 2019
  • Registration deadline: October 25th, 2019
  • Workshop dates: November 25th-28th, 2019