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Confirmed participants (as of 25.11.10)


First Name

Affiliation - Country

Title of presentation

(D)iscussion, (R)eview, (T)alk, (P)oster

Room number

Alibert Yann Univ. Bern, Switzerland The impact of stellar properties on planetary populations R 2.09
Andrews Sean CfA, USA Observations of transition disks: planet-disk interaction T 1.02
Baruteau Clement DAMTP, UK Planetary migration R 2.07
Bennet David Notre Dame, USA Ground based microlensing T 2.06
Benz Willy Univ. Bern, Switzerland Completeness of physics in formation models D 3.05
Birnstiel Tilman MPIA, Germany Initial conditions for planetesimal formation T 2.13
Bitsch Bertram Univ. Tübingen, Germany & MPIA, Germany Conditions for outward migration of low mass planets in non-isothermal discs T 0.01
Broeg Christopher Univ. Bern, Switzerland Formation of giant planets: episodic impacts vs. gradual core growth T 4.02
Carron Frederic Univ. Bern, Switzerland Evolution of multiple planets system P 4.01
Crida Aurelien OCA, France & MPIA, Heidelberg Planetary migration R 1.06
Davies Melvyn Lund Observatory, Sweden The role of the environment in the evolution of planetary systems R 1.01
Dittkrist Kai-Martin MPIA, Germany Migration of low mass planets in population synthesis T 2.08
Dullemond Kees MPIA, Germany Theoretical results on disk formation and evolution R 3.06
Fischer Debra Yale, USA Planet vs. stellar properties and environment correlations: observations R 1.04
Ford Eric UFL, USA Late time dynamical evolution of planetary systems R 1.03
Fortier Andrea Univ. Bern, Switzerland Simultaneous formation of giant planets T + P 1.06
Hayfield Tristen ETHZ, Switzerland Formation and properties of gas clumps in protostellar discs P 2.03
Henning Thomas MPIA, Germany A synthetic population is only as good as the given initial conditions: a question to observers D 3.03
Howard Andrew Berkeley, USA & MPIA, Germany On the path to an (observationally) complete planetary population R 1.09
Ida Shigeru Titech, Tokyo, Japan Population Synthesis Models: Methods and Results R 3.04
Kalas Paul Berkeley, USA Direct imaging searches for planets in debris disks T 2.03
Kaltenegger Lisa MPIA Germany & CfA USA Physics and Chemistry R 2.10
Klahr Hubert MPIA, Germany Synthetic populations for disk fragmentation planets R 3.07
Kretke Katherine UCSC, USA Trapping Planets in MRI-active Disks T 2.02
Leconte Jeremy CRAL, France & MPIA, Germany Planetary interiors R 2.14
Levison Hal SWRI, Boulder, USA The Solar Nebula as benchmark R 3.02
Libert Anne-Sophie University of Namur, Belgium Formation mechanisms of highly non-coplanar systems T 1.05
Lin Doug UCSC, USA & KIAA, China Goals of the conference: celebrating the success and mourning the failures of population synthesis D 3.01
Mardling Rosemary Monash, Australia The Hot planets population: the role of stellar tides, radiation and magnetic fields R 2.11
Mayer Lucio Univ. of Zürich, Switzerland Synthetic populations for disk fragmentation planets R 2.01
Meyer Michael ETH, Zürich, Switzerland Observing the initial conditions: Young stars and their disks R 2.12
Mordasini Christoph MPIA, Germany Population Synthesis Models: Methods and Results R 1.10
Mustill Alex University of Cambridge, UK A Hamiltonian model for resonance capture T 2.04
Nesvorny David SWRI, Boulder, USA Kuiper belt constraints on planetesimal formation T 1.11
Ormel Chris MPIA, Germany Accretion processes during core formation T 2.08
Paardekooper Sijme-Jan DAMTP, UK Planetary migration R 1.08
Quanz Sascha ETHZ, Switzerland First lessons from direct imaging and spectroscopy of exoplanets T 2.05
Schlaufman Kevin UCSC, USA & MPIA, Germany Kepler, Exoplanet Population Synthesis, and Tidal Evolution T 2.05
Udry Stephane Obs. of Geneva, Switzerland The observed statistics of the extrasolar planets R 2.11
Uribe Ana MPIA, Germany 3D simulations of planet migration in turbulent disks T 1.07