We are made of dust. How does this dust collect in protoplanetary discs to form planets like the Earth and people like us?
Since 2013 high-resolution observations of protoplanetary discs have been made with ALMA, VLT-SPHERE and other telescopes. Can we make sense of them? We aim to bring together theory and observations to understand how nature overcomes the `Great Barriers' in the planet formation process
The conference will follow a 3-week program of activities on protoplanetary discs at Monash University in Melbourne as part of the EU-funded DUSTBUSTERS collaboration
"Inside the Taurus star-forming complex, HL Tau is a young star..."
ALMA partnership et al. (2015).
And so it began.
Dates: 21st-26th July 2019
Venue: Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia
Observations with ALMA
Observations with ALMA - II
NIR observations of discs
Detection of protoplanets I
Detection of protoplanets II
Dippers and misalignment
Dust, pebbles and planetesimals I
Dust, pebbles and planetesimals II
Turbulence vs winds
Disc-companion interaction and CBDs
Disc dispersal to debris
The schedule of the conference is now available here.
The maximum poster size is A0 vertical.
Samantha Brown Sevilla
Carlos Contreras Peña
Octavio M. Guilera
Teresa Paneque Carreño
María Paula Ronco
Maria Giulia Ubeira Gabellini
Gerrit van der Plas
Nienke Van der Marel
The conference will be held at the Palm Cove conference centre in Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia
The nearest airport is Cairns international airport
For tourism, we recommend setting aside the Saturday following the conference for a boat trip to the Outer Reef. These depart daily from Cairns (you can also arrange pickup/dropoff from Palm Cove).
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A description of each room type is available here. Note that the special rates above are only valid for single, twin or double occupancy of the rooms.
The venue will also price-match any quote obtained from an external website (e.g. specials).
Palm cove is a small town, so any hotel in Palm Cove will be within walking distance of the conference venue.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Be quick! Early bird closes
1st 31st March 2019 and numbers are limited.
March 1st, 2019: Deadline for title/abstract submission for contributed talks and posters.
March 23rd, 2019: Oral contribution selection.
1st 31st, 2019: Early bird registration deadline.
Standard/Student fares: 500/370 AUD.
April 30th, 2019: Final registration deadline.
Standard/Student fares: 600/480 AUD.
Registration fee includes conference related costs, Sunday welcome reception, all tea/coffee breaks, Monday to Friday lunches, conference dinner and excursion to a crocodile farm.
Please be assured all user information submitted as part of the registration process will be used only for the purpose of organising the conference itself (and the pre-conference program), to comply with GDPR regulations.
Submit your title/abstract separately via the form below:
(please include "great barriers" in the title for email queries)
SCIENTIFIC ORGANISING COMMITTEE
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Daniel Price (chair)
Christophe Pinte (co-chair)
Valentin Christiaens (co-chair)