Workshop on ``Planet formation in Protoplanetary disks with magnetized disk winds’'
Date: December 16-17, 2019
Place: 606 ES building, Nagoya University
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December 16th (Monday)
14:00-14:45 M. Kunitomo (Kurume Univ.) "Dispersal of protoplanetary disks with magnetically driven and photoevaporative winds"
14:45-15:30 R. Nakano (Univ. Tokyo) "Dependence of Protoplanetary disk evolution on Central star mass"
15:30-16:15 S. Suriano (Univ. Tokyo) "Dusty MHD disk winds as YSO variability source"
16:30-17:15 T. Taki (NAOJ) "Evolution and growth of dust grains in protoplanetary disks with magnetically driven disk winds"
17:15-18:00 Y. Hasegawa (Univ. Tokyo) "Collision of Dust Aggregates with Low to Very High Mass Ratios"
18:00-18:45 S. Takasao (NAOJ) "3D MHD simulations of inner accretion disks around young stars"
December 17th (Tuesday)
10:00-10:30 T. Suzuki (Univ. Tokyo) "MHD in a cylindrical shearing box"
10:30-11:15 M. Ogihara (NAOJ) "Formation of super-Earths in an evolving disk"
11:15-11:45 H. Kobayashi (Nagoya Univ.) "Collisional Evolution from Dust to Planets in a Protoplanetary Disk"
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Reserch on innovative Areas "A Paradigm Shift by a Novel Theory of Star Formation: Exploration of Habitable Planetary Systems in Our Galaxy"
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Evolution of protoplanetary discs and planet formation with magnetically driven disc winds"