The Life Cycle of Dust in the Universe:
Observations, Theory, and Laboratory Experiments

Monday November 18, 2013
08:00~09:00 Registration
Conference Opening
Chair: Nimesh Patel
09:00~09:15 Welcome address
Paul Ho (ASIAA)
09:15~09:30 Conference Photo
1. Observational constraints on dust properties
09:30~10:10 Review The physical and compositional properties of dust: what do we really know?
Anthony Jones (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS))
10:10~10:50 Review Modeling Cosmic Dust: How to Use Optical "Constants"
Angela Speck (University of Missouri)
10:50~11:20 Coffee Break
Chair: Darach Watson
11:20~11:40 Dust Grain Alignment in the Interstellar Medium
John Vaillancourt (USRA/SOFIA)
11:40~12:00 Dust Polarization and Magnetic Field in Star formation
Ya-Wen Tang (ASIAA)
12:00~12:40 Review Depletions of Elements from the Gas Phase: A Guide on Dust Compositions
Edward Jenkins (Princeton University Observatory)
12:40~13:40 Lunch
Chair: Lisa Young
13:40~14:00 The X-ray side of the absorption by interstellar dust in the Milky Way
Elisa Costantini (SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research)
14:00~14:20 Constraints on dust composition in the Magellanic Clouds from gas-phase zinc, silicon, chromium, and iron abundances
Kirill Tchernyshyov (Johns Hopkins University)
2. High-z dust
14:20~15:00 Review Sources of Dust in the Early Universe
Christa Gall (NASA/GSFC, DARK/NBI)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~16:30 Poster Session
Chair: Lei Hao
16:30~16:50 Connecting Dust and Galaxy Properties at High Redshift
Daniel Perley (Caltech)
16:50~17:10 The extinction law at high redshift
Simona Gallerani (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)
17:10~17:30 The dust budget crisis in high-redshift submillimetre galaxies
Kate Rowlands (University of St Andrews)
17:30~17:50 Dust in the first quasars as a powerful probe of galaxy/BH co-evolution
Rosa Valiante (INAF-Observatory of Rome)
18:00~19:00 Opening Reception
Tuesday November 19, 2013
Chair: Karl Gordon
09:00~09:20 Probing Interstellar Silicate Dust Grain Properties in Quasar Absorption Systems at Redshifts z<1.4
Monique Aller (University of South Carolina)
3. Dust in galaxies
09:20~10:00 Review Properties of dust and PAHs in various environments of nearby galaxies
Hidehiro Kaneda (Nagoya University)
10:00~10:20 Andromeda's Dust
Bruce Draine (Princeton University)
10:20~10:50 Coffee Break
Chair: Raffaella Schneider
10:50~11:30 Review Life Cycle of Dust in the Magellanic Clouds and the Milky Way
Svitlana Zhukovska (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
11:30~11:50 EvolutioN of Grains in the MAgellanic clouds (ENiGMA)
Margaret Meixner (STScI/JHU)
4. Dust production by massive stars
11:50~12:30 Review Dust production in Supernovae
Haley Gomez (Cardiff University)
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Chair: Andrew Helton
13:30~13:50 Planetary Nebula Dust Haloes Revealed by Herschel
Toshiya Ueta (University of Denver/ISAS-JAXA)
13:50~14:10 The Mass of Dust in the Crab Nebula: RT Models with Smooth and Clumped Dust Distributions
Patrick Owen (UCL)
14:10~14:30 Dust in the remnant of SN1987A - when, where and how it formed
Roger Wesson (European Southern Observatory, Chile)
14:30~15:00 Invited Circumstellar Dust Around Massive Stars and Supernovae
Nathan Smith (University of Arizona)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~16:30 Poster Session
Chair: Issei Yamamura
16:30~16:50 Dust Formation in Stellar Winds of Very Massive Population III Stars
Takaya Nozawa (Kavli IPMU, University of Tokyo)
5. Dust production by AGB stars
16:50~17:30 Review Dust production in asymptotic giant branch stars
Sundar Srinivasan (ASIAA)
17:30~17:50 The AGB Contribution to the Dust Budget of the Magellanic Clouds and other Local Group Dwarf Galaxies
Martha Boyer (NASA GSFC)
17:50~18:10 Dust production by metal-poor stars
Iain Mcdonald (University of Manchester)
Wednesday November 20, 2013
Chair: Martin Groenewegen
6. The Interstellar Dust Reservoir
09:00~09:40 Review Dust Processing in the Interstellar Medium
Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA)
09:40~10:00 Dust Lifetime Re-evaluation in the Light of a New Dust Model
Marco Bocchio (IAS (Orsay, France))
10:00~10:20 CORESHINE : a tracer of grain growth in dark clouds
Laurent Pagani (CNRS & Observatoire de Paris)
10:20~10:50 Coffee Break
10:50~11:20 Poster Session
Chair: Anja Andersen
11:20~11:40 Numerical simulations of the life cycle of dust in forming and evolving disk galaxies
Kenji Bekki (ICRAR at University of Western Australia)
7. Carbon-based dust
11:40~12:20 Review organic dust in the interstellar medium
Sun Kwok (The University of Hong Kong)
12:20~12:40 Interstellar and Circumstellar Fullerenes
Jeronimo Bernard-salas (The Open University)
12:40~13:40 Lunch
Excursion (optional)
Thursday November 21, 2013
Chair: Greg Sloan
09:00~09:20 Large-scale extraplanar PAH emission in the Galactic center region found by AKARI mid-infrared all-sky survey
Toru Kondo (Nagoya Universuty)
09:20~09:40 Formation History of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Galaxies
Ji Yeon Seok (ASIAA)
8. Protoplanetary disks and the Solar system
09:40~10:20 Review Chemical and Structural Evolution of Dust in Protoplanetary Disks
Fred Ciesla (University of Chicago)
10:20~10:40 Dust in Protoplanetary Disks: A Clue as to the Critical Mass of Planetary Cores
Yasuhiro Hasegawa (ASIAA)
10:40~11:10 Coffee Break
Chair: Juergen Steinacker
11:10~11:50 Review Dust processing and mineralogy in protoplanetary disks.
Jeroen Bouwman (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
11:50~12:10 The appearance of large aggregate particles in cosmic environments
Michiel Min (Astronomical Institute 'Anton Pannekoek')
12:10~12:40 Invited Dust in Warm Debris Disks
Hideaki Fujiwara (Subaru Telescope, NAOJ)
12:40~13:40 Lunch
Chair: Akira Tsuchiyama
13:40~14:20 Review Dust in the Solar System – Properties and Origins
Scott Messenger (NASA Johnson Space Center)
14:20~14:40 Looking at Solar and Interstellar Dust in the Laboratory: The NanoSIMS Facility at the ASIAA
Ming-Chang Liu (ASIAA)
9. Dust astrophysics in the laboratory
14:40~15:20 Review Optical Properties of Interstellar Dust from Cosmic Dust Analogs Studied in the Lab
Harald Mutschke (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Astrophysical Institute, Jena, Germany)
15:20~15:50 Coffee Break
15:50~16:50 Poster Session
Chair: Vito Mennella
16:50~17:10 Condensation and evaporation of circumstellar corundum: the carrier of the 13 μm features observed from AGB stars
Aki Takigawa (Carnegie Institution of Washington/Kyoto University)
17:10~17:40 Invited FIR and Submm Optical Properties of Astrophysically Relevant Minerals
Karine Demyk (IRAP - CNRS/UPS Toulouse)
17:40~18:00 Laboratory studies on dust condensation and processing in astrophysical environments
Cornelia Jaeger (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Laboratory Astrophysics and Cluster Physics Group)
19:00~22:00 Banquet @ Five-Dime Restaurant 伍角船板
No.8, Ln. 32, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd., Taipei (02)8501 1472
Friday November 22, 2013
Chair: Chiyoe Koike
09:00~09:30 Invited Experimental Studies on Dust Formation in Space
Shogo Tachibana (Hokkaido University)
09:30~09:50 Cosmic dust formation at cryogenic temperatures
Gaël Rouillé (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
09:50~10:10 Amorphous silicate dust formed by condensation experiments: a key to GEMS formation process.
Junya Matsuno (Kyoto University)
10:10~10:40 Coffee Break
10:40~11:10 Poster Session
Chair: Haley Gomez
10. Herschel results
11:10~11:50 Review Digging up the Dirt on Galaxies with Herschel
Loretta Dunne (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
11:50~12:10 In my Beginning is my End: Dust Destruction in the Cassiopeia A Supernova Remnant
Elisabetta Micelotta (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, CNRS/Université Paris-Sud 11, F-91405 Orsay, FRANCE)
12:10~12:30 A View on Dust Evolution with Metallicity and ISM physical conditions, from Herschel Observations of the Nearby Universe
Frédéric Galliano (AIM, CEA/Saclay, France)
12:30~12:50 Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies: Spatially Resolved Dust Properties As Revealed By Herschel
Yong Shi (Nanjing University)
12:50~13:50 Lunch
Chair: Takashi Onaka
11. Results from the Planck mission
13:50~14:30 Review Planck Results on Interstellar Dust
Jean-Philippe Bernard (IRAP/CNRS)
Gonzalo Aniano porcile (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale)
14:50~15:10 Planck First Polarization Results – Comparison of dust polarized emission at 353 GHz with starlight polarization
Vincent Guillet (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale)
15:10~15:40 Invited Conference Summary
Thomas Henning (MPI for Astronomy, Heidelberg)