SCHEDULE

UTC time zone

All talks will be recorded and shared among participants.

July 15

23:00-23:10

23:10-23:40

23:40-24:10

24:10-24:40

24:40-24:55

Chair: TBD

Opening

Olivier Guyon, SCExAO: Current and Future Capabilities

Thayne Currie, invited speaker

Myriam Benisty, Unveiling the early stages of planet formation with VLT/SPHERE observations

Taichi Uyama, exploring disk and planets in Perseus

July 19

13:00-13:30

13:30-13:45

 

13:45-14:15

Chair: TBD

Ryo Tazaki, Dust in protoplanetary disks: An observational view

Ilse de Langen, Revealing magnetic field structure at the surfaces of protoplanetary disks via near-infrared circular polarization

Beibei Liu, planet formation around low-mass stars

July 20

23:00-23:30

23:30-24:00

24:00-24:15

24:15-24:30

24:30-25:00

Chair: TBD

Doug Johnstone, A JWST NIRISS AMI search for forming planets in disks

Satoshi Ohashi, invited speaker

Ziwei E. Zhang, Hot Disk Chemistry in Massive Star Forming Regions

Ryuta Orihara, ALMA Band 6 high-resolution observations of the transitional disk around SY Cha

Nagayoshi Ohashi, invited speaker

July 22

13:00-13:30

13:30-14:00

14:00-14:15

14:15-14:30

Chair: TBD

Kazuhiro Kanagawa, Dust and Gas substructures induced by a planet in protoplanetary disks: where is a planet?

Chin-fei Lee, Disk and Jet Formation in the Early Phase of Low-Mass Star Formation

Hauyu Baobab Liu, Can planetesimals form dry?

Yi Yang, Multiple Rings and Asymmetric Structures in SR 21 Disk

July 26

7:00-7:30

7:30-8:00

8:00-8:15

 

8:15-8:45

8:45-9:00

Chair: TBD

Jeffrey Fung, What Do Circumplanetary Disks Look Like?

Yuhiko Aoyama, Hydrogen line emission from accreting planets: combination of multiple lines and continua

Yasuhiro Hasegawa, Testing emission mechanisms of accreting giant planet candidates embedded in the disk exhibiting meridional flow around HD 163296

Min-kai Lin, Vortices in protoplanetary disks

Summary