Wednesday October 17, 2018
Session I (Chair: Peter Scicluna)
09:30~09:50 Effects of grain growth on the extinction curve, the metal depletion, and the polarization in the interstellar medium
Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA)
09:50~10:10 Interstellar polarization in GAIA epoch
Marina Prokopjeva (St. Petersburg University)
10:10~10:25 The potential of multi-wavelength submm polarization as a tracer of dust properties
Lapo Fanciullo (ASIAA)
10:25~10:40 Multi-wavelength aperture polarimetry of disc-host stars
Jonathan Marshall (ASIAA)
10:40~10:55 Coffee Break
Session II (Chair: Patrick Koch)
10:55~11:10 Observations of magnetic fields during the main accretion phase of protostars
Shih-Ping Lai (NTHU)
11:10~11:25 Variation in grain alignment within the Ophiuchus Molecular Cloud
Kate Pattle (National Tsing Hua University)
11:25~11:40 The dust properties in the IC5146 cloud traced by multi-wavelength polarimetry
Jia-Wei Wang (National Tsing Hua University)
11:40~11:50 CMB polarization and dust foreground
Kin-Wang Ng (Academia Sinica)
11:50~14:20 Lunch
14:20~15:30 Colloquium / Break
Session III (Chair: Hiroyuki Hirashita)
15:30~16:00 Light-scattering tools at SPb Univ. and modelling of IS extinction and polarization
Vladimir Il'in (St. Petersburg University)
16:00~16:20 Polarization Patterns and Magnetic Field Structures
Patrick Koch (ASIAA)
16:20~16:40 A multicolor study of polarization variability in isolated B[e] stars HD45677 and HD50138
Chien-De Lee (IANCU)
16:40~17:00 Measuring circumstellar dust with optical/IR polarimetry
Peter Scicluna (ASIAA)
17:00~17:30 Discussion