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Principal topics

- hydrodynamics and radiative transfer of 3D model atmospheres: current status, limitations, and how to make headway?

- 3D views of the solar atmosphere with HINODE: what did we learn about solar surface structures, chromospheric and coronal heating?

- spectral line formation: the impact of 3D model atmospheres on stellar and solar abundance analysis

- NLTE and 3D atmospheres: computational bottle-necks and empirical constraints

- understanding of surface convection: atmospheres as outer boundaries of global stellar structure models

- astro-/helio-seismology and 3D model atmospheres.

Preliminary program

Monday 10 August

11:00 Welcome and introduction H.-G. Ludwig

11:15 Hydrodynamics and radiative transfer of 3D model atmospheres: current status, limitations, and how to

make headway? (R) M. Carlsson

11:45 2 contributed talks

12:15 discussion

12:30 lunch

14:00 3D views of the solar atmosphere with HINODE (R) S. Tsuneta

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:15 discussion

15:30 coffee break

16:00 Polarization: the proving ground for methods in

radiative transfer (R) K.N. Nagendra

16:30 3 contributed talks

17:15 discussion

Tuesday 11 August 11

11:00 Dynamics and dust formation in cool stellar and

planetary atmospheres (R) A.J. Burgasser

11:30 3 contributed talks

12:15 discussion

12:30 lunch

14:00 3D stellar atmospheres for stellar structure models

and asteroseismology (R) F. Kupka

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:15 discussion

15:30 coffee break

16:00 5 contributed talks

17:15 discussion

JD11 New Advances in Helio- and Astero-Seismology

10 - 11 August 2009

Coordinating Division: II

SOC chairs: Junwei Zhao (USA), Hiromoto Shibahashi (Japan), and Guenter Houdek (UK).

SOC members: Thierry Appourchaux (France), Vladimir A. Baturin (Russia), Timothy R. Bedding (Australia), William J. Chaplin (UK), Dean-Yi Chou (China Taiwan), Jadwiga Daszyn’ska-Daszkiewicz (Poland), Maria Pia Di Mauro (Italy), Marcelo Emilio (Brasil), Hans Kjeldsen (Denmark), Yan Li (China Nanjing), Jaymie Matthews (Canada), Arlette Noels (Belgium), and Markus Roth (Germany).

Editors: Junwei Zhao, Hiromoto Shibahashi & Guenter Houdek

Contact: Junwei Zhao


Principal topics

  • new results from global helioseismology: solar cycle variations, internal rotation, composition, search for g-modes, implications for dynamo models

  • advances in local helioseismology: local and large-scale flows

  • meridional circulation, imaging of the deep interior and the far side of the Sun

  • magnetoseismology

  • numerical simulations of solar and stellar convection and oscillations, validation of helio- and asteroseismic techniques

  • physics of solar and stellar oscillations

  • asteroseismology of distant stars

  • new results from SDO, SOHO, Hinode, COROT, MOST and ground-based helio- and asteroseismology projects.

Monday 10 August

I. Global helioseismology and solar dynamo

11:00 Solar cycle variations of internal structure and rotation (I) S. Basu

11:15 Solar core structure and rotation from global

oscillations (I) W.J. Chaplin

11:30 contributed talk

11:40 3D global simulations of solar turbulent convection zone (I) A.S. Brun

11:55 Flux transport dynamos and torsional oscillations (I) M. Dikpati

12:10 contributed talk

12:20 Interactions of acoustic waves with solar interior magnetic field (I) S.L. Bi

12:35 lunch

II. Local helioseismology, numerical simulations, and magnetohelioseismology

14:00 Advances in local helioseismology (I) L. Gizon

14:15 Large-scale solar interior flows (I) U. Mitra-Kraev

14:30 Realistic numerical simulations of solar convection

with magnetic field and oscillations (I) A. Nordlund

14:45 2 contributed talks

15:05 Modeling MHD oscillations and waves (I) P.S. Cally

III. Asteroseismology

15:20 Advances in the theory of asteroseismology (I) G. Houdek

15:35 coffee break

16:00 2 contributed talks

16:20 Recent findings on hybrid pulsators (I) G. Handler

16:35 Oscillations of magnetic stars (I)

16:50 Asteroseismology of massive stars (I) A. Noels

17:05 contributed talk

17:15 Asteroseismology of solar-type stars (I) D. Stello

Tuesday 11 August

11:00 White-dwarf seismology (I) S.O. Kepler

11:15 Asteroseismology of rapidly rotating pulsators (I) W.A. Dziembowski

11:30 contributed talk

11:40 Pulsating sdB stars (I) S. Charpinet

12:05 3 contributed talks

12:35 lunch

IV. New and future observations

14:00 High-resolution helioseismology from Hinode (I) T. Sekii

14:15 Future of helioseismology (I) A.G. Kosovichev

14:30 Solar-cycle long observations from GONG (I) F. Hill

14:45 3 contributed talks

15:15 New discoveries from MOST (I) J. Matthews

15:30 coffee break

16:00 Astroseismology results from CoRoT (I) A. Baglin

16:15 Future of asteroseismology (I) J. Christensen-Dalsgaard (tbc)

16:30 5 contributed talks

17:20 closure

JD12 The First Galaxies – Theoretical Predictions and Observational Clues

10 - 11 August 2009

Coordinating Division: VIII

SOC chairs: Tommy Wiklind (ESA/USA), Volker Bromm (USA), and Bahram Mobasher (USA).

SOC members: Andrew J. Bunker (Australia), Stéphane Charlot (France), Henry C. Ferguson (USA), Jose A.S. Lima (Brasil), Sandra Savaglio (Germany), Rachel S. Somerville (Germany/USA), and Naoki Yoshida (Japan).

Editors: Tommy Wiklind, Volker Bromm & Bahram Mobasher

Contact: Tommy Wiklind


Principal topics

- where do we stand today on understanding the formation of the first galaxies, their role in the re-ionization process and what progress can be made in the near future with new observational facilities

- Population III stars

- emergence of the first normal stellar populations

- formation of the first galaxies

- formation of the first AGNs

- co-evolution of stars and AGNs

- massive galaxies in the re-ionization epoch

- sources of re-ionization

- metallicities and dust in the first Gyr

- implications on results from revised stellar synthesis models

- observational challenges.

Preliminary program

I. The first sources of light

The end of the dark ages: basic theoretical framework (I) A. Loeb

The first black holes (I) M. Volonteri

Formation of the First Galaxies (I) J.I. Silk (tbc)

21cm cosmology and re-ionization (I) S.R. Furlanetto (tbc)

II. The first normal stellar populations

Feedback from high-redshift star formation (I) J. Schaye

The frontier of computing: radiative hydro simulations of

the early Universe (I) R.A. Davé

Constraints on early star formation from stellar archaeology (I) A. Ferrara

Population synthesis models and the early Universe (I) G. Bruzual

High-z AGN/QSOs (I) Y.-X. Li

The build-up and evolution of galaxies at early times (I) R.J. Bouwens

Galaxy formation at z > 7 (I) D.P. Stark

III. Future facilities

The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) (I) N.Z. Scoville

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) (I) M. Stiavelli

Extremely large telescopes (ELTs) (I) (tbd)

JD13 Eta Carinae in the Context of the Most Massive Stars

12 - 14 August 2009

Coordinating Division: V

SOC chairs: Augusto Damineli Neto (Brasil) and Theodore R. Gull (USA).

SOC members: D. John Hillier (USA), Sveneric Johansson (Sweden), Gloria Koenigsberger (Mexico), Georges Meynet (Switzerland), Nidia Morrell (Chile), Atsuo T. Okazaki (Japan), Stanley P. Owocki (USA), Andy M.T. Pollock (Spain), Nathan Smith (USA), Christiaan L. Sterken (Belgium), Nicole St Louis (Canada), Karel A. van der Hucht (Netherlands), Roberto Viotti (Italy), and Gerd Weigelt (Germany).

Editors: Augusto Damineli, Theodore R. Gull & Krister E. Nielsen (USA)

Contact: Augusto Damineli


Principal topics

  • the 2009 Eta Car event: monitoring campaigns in X-rays, spectroscopy, radio, interferometry

  • origin of the bipolar shape of the Homunculus: rotation vs. binary orbit

  • the Eta Car ejecta: insight into the central star/system

  • the 2009 WR 140 periastron passage: X-rays and other monitoring campaigns

  • HD 5980: similarities and differences to Eta Car and WR 140

  • models of the wind-wind collision in Eta Car and other massive-star binaries: hydrodynamics, shock and plasma physics

  • tidal flows and periastron passage events

  • physical parameters of massive binary systems

  • evolution of massive binaries: stellar mergers, systems near Eddington limit, supernova progenitors

  • mass-loss regimes: giant eruptions, S Doradus instabilities, line-driven winds

  • the role of rotation in massive stars: mass-loss, the

  • omega-gamma limit

  • atomic and molecular physics in Eta Car ejecta.

Preliminary program

Thursday 13 August

09:00 Opening of JD13 - dedication to Sveneric Johansson (I) H. Hartman

09:20 Historical perspective and present understanding of

η Carinae (I) K. Davidson

09:50 2 contributed talks

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing

11:20 The Eta Carinae stars: stellar and wind properties (I) D.J. Hillier

11:50 2 contributed talks

12:30 lunch

Friday 14 August

09:00 Stars near the Eddington limit (I) S.P. Owocki

09:30 2 contributed talks

10:10 4 × 5 minute poster pushes

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing

11:20 Hypernovae and GRB connections (I) N. Smith

11:50 2 contributed talks

12:30 lunch

14:00 Wind-wind collision in massive binaries (I) J.M. Pittard

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:20 WR 140, HD 5980 and similar massive

binary stars (I) G. Koenigsberger

16:50 Summary and discussions (tbd)

JD14 FIR2009: the ISM of Galaxies in the Far-Infrared and Sub-Millimetre

12 - 14 August 2009

Coordinating Division: VI

SOC chair: Maria R. Cunningham (Australia).

SOC members: Susanne E. Aalto (Sweden), Maryvonne Gerin (France), George Helou (USA), Michele Kaufman (USA), Carsten Kramer (Germany), Frank Le Petit (France), Vincent Minier (France), Toshikazu Ohnishi (Japan), Monica Rubio (Chile), Marco Spaans (Netherlands), and Serena Viti (UK).

Editors: Maria R. Cunningham, Carsten Kramer & Vincent Minier

Contact: Maria R. Cunningham


Principal topics

  • new results: what have we learnt about the interstellar medium (ISM) in the Milky Way and other galaxies from new facilities working at far infrared and sub-millimetre wavelengths?

  • chemical tracers: what are the key chemical tracers of the different ISM physical environments in the Milky Way and external galaxies ?

  • how does feedback from the processes of massive star formation affect the ISM? What role do supernovae explosions play in shaping the ISM, particularly in active star forming environments? How fast do molecular clouds form and evolve? What ends a star burst: negative feedback or the exhaustion of fuel? What effect do galaxy mergers have on the ISM of galaxies?

  • how is star formation cycle different in galaxies of low metalicity, such as the LMC and SMC? What is the stellar and protostellar content of molecular clouds in different environments, and does this correlate with the chemical and dynamic properties of the environment?

  • active galaxies: how different is the interstellar medium around an AGN compared to that of a compact starburst?

  • galaxies at high-redshift: what are the properties of high-redshift galaxies with strong far infrared emission?

  • phases of the ISM: the cold and dense molecular ISM is a prerequisite for any star formation; how does it form and how is it dispersed ? what do we know about the cycle of interstellar matter through the various phases of the ISM ?

  • mechanisms for heating and cooling: what is the relative importance of shocks, UV-photons, X-rays, cosmic rays in different galactic environments?

  • turbulence: what is the mutual relation between star formation and turbulence, and how do the turbulent properties of Galactic and extragalactic star forming regions differ? What mechanisms drive turbulence, and how do they vary with environment?

  • what role do magnetic fields play in the ISM? Do they regulate star formation? How do they impact the phase balance in the ISM (e.g., for Galactic fountains)?

Preliminary program

Wednesday 12 August, 11:00 - 17:30

I. ISM phases and star formation in the Milky Way

Triggered star formation and its effect on the interstellar medium (I) V. Minier

Examining the PDR-molecular cloud interface at millimetre

and infrared wavelengths (I) R. Simon

Star formation from submillimetre and infrared surveys (I) D.I. Johnstone

Thursday 13 August, 09:00 - 12:30

II. Nearby galaxies: similarities and differences to the Milky Way
Star formation and the ISM in the Magellanic Clouds with

the new Atacama telescopes (I) M. Rubio

Chemistry in nearby galaxies (I) J.L. Turner

The phase structure of the ISM in galaxies (I) M.G. Wolfire

Friday 14 August, 09:00 - 12:30

III. Galaxies at high redshift
Molecular line studies at redshift z > 1 (I) F. Combes

Probing the star formation history of high-z galaxies (I) D. Elbaz

HI searches for DLAs (I) J.M. Chengalur

JD15 Magnetic Fields in Diffuse Media

12 - 14 August 2009

Coordinating Division: VI

SOC chairs: Elisabete M. de Gouveia Dal Pino (Brasil) and Alex Lazarian (USA).

SOC members: Mitchell C. Begelman (USA), Michael A. Dopita (Australia), Torsten A. Ensslin (Germany), Edith Falgarone (France), José Franco (Mexico), Shu-ichiro Inutsuka (Japan), Germán Lugones (Brasil), Christopher F. Mckee (USA), and Giancarlo Setti (Italy).

Editors: Elisabete M. de Gouveia Dal Pino & Alex Lazarian

Contact: Elisabete M. de Gouveia Dal Pino


Principal topics

  • magnetic fields, their origin, and their influence on the formation and evolution of astrophysical objects (stars, galaxies, cooling flows)

  • quantitative studies of magnetic fields, the results of which can be compared with the results of dynamo and MHD turbulence simulations

  • questions related to the origin of astrophysical magnetic fields in diffuse gas and quantify their effects on transport processes in the interstellar medium of spiral galaxies and in the intracluster medium, to get better insight into star formation, acceleration of cosmic rays, and transfer of matter, and energy between the diffuse and dense gas

  • summarize the progress achieved recently

  • outline the remaining outstanding problems, and review the progress of the 21st century instruments and projects for cosmic magnetic field investigation such as, upgraded SOFIA, Planck, LOFAR, ALMA and SKA

Preliminary program

Wednesday 12 August

11:00 Opening E. M. de Gouveia Dal Pino & A. Lazarian

I. Observing magnetic fields

11:00 Magnetic fields in HI from Zeeman measurements (I) C. Heiles

Brazilian-French polarimetric survey (I) A.M. Magalhaes

Cosmic magnetic field observations with next

generation instrumentation (I) B.M. Gaensler

panel discussion

12:30 lunch

II. Basic plasma and MHD processes

14:00 The solar wind interaction with space environment

and the new data from the Hinode satellite (I) K. Shibata

Dynamo theory (I) E.T. Vishniac

Magnetic dynamo over different astrophysical

scales (I) A. Brandenburg

Turbulent reconnection of magnetic fields

and implications (I) A. Lazarian

panel / poster discussion

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

III. MFs in ISM and the SF connection. 1

16:00 Role of magnetic fields for star formation (I) C.F. McKee

Role of magnetic fields in molecular clouds (I R.M. Crutcher

Instabilities in magnetized ISM (I) S. Inutsuka

panel/poster discussion

Thursday 13 August

IV. MFs in ISM and the SF connection. 2

Observational constraints on magnetic fields in

molecular clouds (I) E. Falgarone

Modeling of magnetized interstellar medium (I) E. Vazquez-Semadeni

Magnetic field effects on the evolution of molecular

clouds and star formation (I) S. Lizano

Magnetic field diagnostics with aligned atoms (I) H.-J. Yan

panel discussion

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing

V. MFs in Galaxies

11:00 Magnetic fields in different types of galaxies (I) M.A. Dopita

Magnetic fields in Galactic halos and

the SN connection (I) E.M. de Gouveia Dal Pino

Galactic outflows and the Local Superbubble (I) M.P. de Avillez

panel/poster discussion

12:30 lunch

Friday 14 August

VI. Magnetic Fields in the ICM and beyond

09:00 Magnetic turbulence in clusters of galaxies (I) T.A. Ensslin

Origin of cosmic fields (I) E.G. Zweibel

Magnetic fields in primordial plasmas (I) K.R. Subramanian

Cosmic rays in magnetized intracluster plasma (I) L. Feretti

panel/poster discussion

10:30 break and poster session

VII. MHD turbulence in all scales

11:00 Magnetic turbulence from Faraday rotation

measurements (I) M. Haverkorn

Models of particle re-acceleration by magnetic

turbulence in galaxy clusters (I) G. Brunetti

Properties of MHD turbulence and its consequences

for ISM and intracluster media (I) D. Falceta-Goncalves

panel discussion

Summary A. Lazarian & E.M. de Gouveia Dal Pino

12:30 lunch

JD16 IHY Global Campaign – Whole Heliosphere Interval

12 - 14 August 2009

Coordinating Division: II

SOC chair: Barbara J. Thompson (USA)

SOC members: Dipankar P.K. Banerjee (India), Andrew R. Breen (UK), Hebe Cremades (Argentina), Norma B. Crosby (Belgium), Robert J. Forsyth (UK), Antoinette B. Galvin (USA), Katya Y. Georgieva (Bulgaria), Sarah E. Gibson (USA), Janet U. Kozyra (USA), Ian R. Mann (Canada), Giannina Poletto (Italy), Kazunari Shibata (Japan), Richard Stamper (UK), and David F. Webb (USA).

Editors: Sarah E. Gibson & David F. Webb

Contact: Barbara J. Thompson


Principal topics

  • science from the International Heliophysical Year – Global Campaign called the Whole Heliosphere Interval (WHI).

  • new capabilities in observations and models to advance our understanding of the heliophysical system.

  • WHI occurs during solar minimum,

  • the primary science goals of WHI are to:

    • characterize the 3-D solar minimum heliosphere,

    • trace the effects of solar structure and activity through the solar wind to the Earth and other planetary systems, and to the outer boundary of the heliosphere.

Preliminary program

Wednesday 12 August  

I. Characterizing the WHI solar minimum heliosphere

1) The 3-D WHI Sun: Solar structure observations and models (I)

2) The 3-D WHI Heliosphere: Models and observations of solar wind,

and large-scale structures (I)

3) Solar irradiance variation and geospace connections during WHI (I)

Thursday 13 /Friday 14 August

II. Connecting the WHI Sun to planets and points of space observations

1) High-speed streams and CIR streams observed during WHI

and their impact on geospace (I)

2)   Interplanetary scintillation and heliospheric imaging during WHI:

connections to models and geospace (I)

3) Coronal mass ejections and interplanetary CME's during WHI (I)

4) Space weather: observations and modeling of WHI space weather

phenomena (I)

Friday 14 August
III. Comparing the WHI solar minimum to others


SpS1 IR and Sub-mm Spectroscopy – a New Tool for

Studying Stellar Evolution

3 - 5 August 2009

Coordinating Division: IV

SOC chairs: Glenn M. Wahlgren (USA), Hans Ulrich Käufl (Germany), and Florian Kerber (Germany).

SOC members: France Allard (France), Thomas R. Ayres (USA), Steven R. Federman (USA), Carol A. Grady (USA), Bengt Gustafsson (Sweden), Kenneth H. Hinkle (USA), Chiyoe Koike (Japan), John Lattanzio (Australia), Gillian Nave (USA), Livia Origlia (Italy), Peter Schilke (Germany), Jonathan Tennyson (UK), Stepan Urban (Czech Rep.), and Ewine F. van Dishoeck (Netherlands).

Editors: Glenn M. Wahlgren, Hans Ulrich Käufl & Florian Kerber

Contact: Florian Kerber


Principal topics

  • impacting stellar evolution with IR and sub-mm spectroscopy pre- and early main sequence stars

  • ground-based instrumentation IR spectroscopy in the ELT era

  • main sequence stars: physical properties from spectrum analysis

  • atomic and molecular data for IR and sub-mm spectroscopy

  • solid state physics for spectrum analysis

  • evolved stars: properties and processes

  • current and future airborne and space missions

  • Earth’s atmosphere and the IR sky.

Preliminary program

Monday 3 August

I. Impacting stellar evolution with IR and sub-mm spectroscopy

11:00 The impact of IR and sub-mm spectroscopy on

understanding stellar evolution (I) J.H. Black (tbc)

IR large surveys - preparing for the harvest (I) D.L. Padgett

contributed talks

II. Pre- and early main-sequence stars – clusters of stars

14:00 From molecular clouds to massive stars (I) M.R. Cunningham

Embedded young stellar objects and the formation

of clusters (I)

Massive stars in clusters and the Galactic Center (I)

Other topics

III. Pre- and early main-sequence stars (cont’d)

16:00 Circumstellar disks and their evolution (I) K. Pontopiddan (tbc)

Development of jets, outflows and HH objects (I) A.C. Raga

Pre-main sequence stars with disks (I) M. Goto

contributed talks

Tuesday 4 August

IV. Ground-based instrumentation - towards ELTs

11:00 An overview of instrumentation for near-infrared

spectroscopy (I) E. Oliva

An overview of instrumentation for sub-millimeter

spectroscopy (I) P.T.P. Ho

An overview of instrumentation for mid-infrared

spectroscopy (I) D.T. Jaffe

Wednesday 5 August

V. Main sequence stars

11:00 L, T, Brown dwarfs (I) I. Baraffe (tbc)

Spectrum modelling (I) P.H. Hauschildt (tbc)

Abundance studies (I)

Magnetic fields from IR atomic and molecular lines (I)

VI. Atomic and molecular data for IR and sub-mm spectroscopy

14:00 Atomic data (I) G. Nave

Molecular data (I) P.F. Bernath

Solid state (I) C. Koike

Calibration reference data (I)

VII. Future airborne and space missions

16:00 SOFIA (I) R.D. Gehrz

Herschel (I)


Other topic(s)

Thursday 6 August

VIII. Evolved stars

09:00 Giants and supergiants

o Observations and analyses (I)

o Atmospheric models (I) S. Hoefner (tbd)

o Effects of mass loss on stellar evolution (I)

Post-AGB stars (I) V. Bujarrabal

IX. Evolved stars (cont’d)

11:00 Cataclysmic variables, symbiotic stars, novae, SN (I) N.J. Evans

Nucleosynthesis and isotopic analysis from infrared

spectra (I)

Globular clusters (I) E. Valenti

X. Earth atmosphere and the IR sky

14:00 Atmospheric modelling (I) D.H. Rothman (tbc)

o OH emission (I)

o Water vapour (I)

Real-time sounding with adaptive optics (I)

IR spectro-photometric standard stars (I)

SpS2 The International Year of Astronomy 2009

3 - 5 August 2009

Coordinating Division: XII

SOC chair: Catherine J. Cesarsky (France).

SOC members: Yolanda Berenguer (UNESCO, France), Ian F. Corbett (IAU, UK), Dennis Crabtree (Canada), Susana E. Deustua (USA), Kevin Govender (South Africa), Mary Kay M. Hemenway (USA), Robert Hill (UK), Douglas Isbell (USA), Norio Kaifu (Japan), Lars Lindberg Christensen (Denmark, ESA/ESO), Claus Madsen (Denmark, ESO), Ian E. Robson (UK), and Pedro Russo (IAU, Portugal).

Editors: Catherine J. Cesarsky, Lars Lindberg Christensen & Pedro Russo

Contact: Pedro Russo

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