SOCIEDADE ASTRONÔMICA BRASILEIRA


DETAILED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM (PDF document, updated 13/10/2017)

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Time (Hrs)

 Sunday

16 October

Monday

17 October

Tuesday

18 October

Wednesday

19 October

Thursday

20 October

Friday

21 October

0900—1030

 

Session1A

Session 1E

Flash Poster

Session 3B

Session 4B

1030—1100

 

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

1100—1230

 

Session 1B

Session 2A

Session 3A

Session 3C

Session 4C

1230—1400

 

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1400—1530

 

Session 1C

Session 2B

Free time for

conference excursion

Session 3D

Session 4D

1530—1600  Coffee Break Coffee Break  Coffee Break Coffee Break
1600—1730  Session 1D Session 2C  Session 4A Closing

1900—2000

 Registration

Poster Session

 Poster Session


Poster Session

Posters down

2000—2200

 Reception

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

Banquet



Sunday, October 17th

Registration: 19:00 - 20:00 (Convention Center)


Welcome reception: 20:00 - 22:00 (Pool side)


Monday, October 18th

Conference Opening

SOC Chair (Dibyendu Nandi) and LOC Chair (Adriana Valio)

08:30, Monday, 17 October, 2016


Session 1: Solar and Stellar Activity

Convener: Allan Sacha Brun

(Monday 09:00 to Tuesday 10:30)


Time

Speaker

Title

Status

Monday, 17 October


1a: Solar-Stellar Magnetism


9:00-9:30

A. Strugarek

The puzzling dynamo of stars: recent progress with global numerical simulations

I

9:30-9:45

R. Yadav

Dynamo simulations for fully convective M stars

C

9:45-10:00

Bonnie Romano Zaire

How does the internal structure of young stars determine their magnetic topology?

C

10:00-10:15

R. Roettenbacher

Imaging Global Stellar Magnetism to Shift the Starspot Paradigm

C

10:15-10:30

Moderator

Discussion

C

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK




1b: Solar-Stellar Radiative Variability


11:00-11:30

A. Shapiro

Connecting solar and stellar brightness variations

I

11:30-11:45

I. Busa

Line blanketing described as a function of stellar parameters in active stars

C

11:45-12:00

S. de Souza e Almeida Silva

Influence of different heat flux formulations on the thermal evolution of a solar active region

C

12:00-12:15

Andreas Quirrenbach

M Dwarfs and their Planets - First Results from CARMENES

C

12:15-12:30

Moderator

Discussion


12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK




1c: Activity Extremes and Super Flares


14:00-14:30

H. Maehara

Starspot activity and superflares on solar-type stars

I

14:30-14:45

J. Carlo Santos

Spectral behavior of photospheric magnetic field during solar flares

C

14:45-15:00

C. Alastair

Magnetic activity of interacting binaries

C

15:00-15:15

Moderator

Discussion


15:15-15:45

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK




1d: Solar-Stellar Connection


15:45-16:00

G. Guerrero

Are tachoclines important for solar and stellar dynamos?

C

16:00-16:15

S. Mahajan

Can Torsional Oscillations Indicate the Location of Stellar Magnetic Field Production?

C

16:15-16:30

A. Valio

Starspots properties and stellar activity from planetary transits

C

16:30-16:45

Raissa de Lourdes Freitas Estrela

Using planetary transits to estimate magnetic cycles of Kepler stars

C

16:45-17:00

Sudeshna Boro Saika

A solar-like magnetic cycle for the K dwarf 61 Cyg A

C

17:00-17:15

Moderator

Discussion


Tuesday, 18 October


1d: Solar-Stellar Connection (Continued)


9:00-9:30

L. Jouve

What do numerical simulations tell us about the solar and stellar dynamos?

I

9:30-9:45

Maria Ann Weber

Simulations of Magnetic Flux Emergence in Cool Star Interiors

C

9:45-10:00

Sarah Gibson

Beyond Sunspots: Studies Using a Newly Digitized Archive of Global Solar Magnetic Field Patterns

C

10:00-10:15

C. James Marvin

Measurements of absolute Calcium II H and K flux for M dwarfs

C

10:15-10:30

Moderator

Discussion


10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK



Session 2: Heliospheric and Astrospheric Environments

Convener: Aline Vidotto

(Tuesday 11:00 to 17:30)


Time

Speaker

Title

Status

Tuesday, 18 October


2A: Solar and Stellar Coronae and Winds


11:00-11:30

Moira Jardine

Solar and Stellar Coronae and Winds

I

11:30-11:45

Carolina Villarreal D'Angelo

On the influence of magnetic fields in a neutral planetary wake

C



2B: Interplanetary Storm and Energetic Particles


11:45-12:00

Heidi Korhonen

Hunting for Stellar Coronal Mass Ejections

C

12:00-12:30

Scot Wolk

A Framework for Finding and Interpreting Stellar Coronal Mass Ejections

I

12.30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK




2c, d. Forcing of Planetary Atmospheres and Magnetospheres; Space Climate Consequences


14:00-14:30

Anil Bhardwaj

Influence of Solar Weather on Planetary Environments

I

14:30-14:45

Christopher T. Russell

Carrington-Class Events and How to Recognize Them

C

14:45-15:00

Janet Luhmann

Space Weather Storm Responses at Mars

C

15:00-15:30

Colin Johnstone

Forcing of Planetary Atmospheres and Magnetospheres

I

15:30-16:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK


16:00-16:15

A. S. Brun

Exo Space Weather

C

16:15-16:45

Pablo Mauas

Solar activity forcing of terrestrial hydrological phenomena

I

16:45-17:15

Moderator

Discussion




Flash Poster: Rapid Overview of all Poster Presentations

Convener: Adriana Valio

(Wednesday 09:00 to Wednesday 10:30)



Session 3: Coupled Star-Planet Evolution

Convener: Heidi Korhonen

(Wednesday 11:00 to Thursday 15:30)


Time

Speaker

Title

Status

Wednesday

19 October


3a






9:00-10:30

flash poster session


11:00:12:00

poster session


12:15-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK


Thursday

20 October


3b


09:00-09:30

Scott G. Gregory

The long-term evolution of stellar activity

I

09:30-09:45

Dibyendu Nandi

Solar-Stellar Magnetic Variability over Different Timescales

C

09:45-10:00

Jorge Melendez

New relations between rotation, activity and age in Sun-like stars

C

10:00-10:30

Nicholas James Nelson

Stellar Midlife Crises: Sharp Changes in Dynamo Action for Sun-like

Stars Near the Solar Rotation Rate

I,

Metcalf Lecturer

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK


Thursday

20 October


3c


11:00-11:15

Sudeshna Boro Saikia

Goettingen chromospheric activity database: Long term activity vs rotation of cool stars

C

11:15:-11:30

Scott Wolk

Observed Effects of Star-Planet Interaction

C

11:30-11:45

Andrew Collier Cameron

Tidal sculpting in the hot-Jupiter mass-separation diagram

C

11:45-12:00

12:00-12:15


12:15 - 12:30

Louise Fey Yu

Pascal Petit


Heidi Korhonen

Hunting for hot Jupiters around young active stars

A maximum-entropy approach to detect hot-Jupiters around young main sequence Sun-like stars

Discussion

C

C

12:00-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK




3d


14:00-14:30

Stephen Marsden

The Early, Young and Active Sun

I

14:30-14:45

Colin Alastair Hill

Magnetic Fields of Weak-Line T Tauri Stars

C

14:45-15:00

Theresa Lueftinger

Cool stars magnetic fields and their influence on the habitability of surrounding planets

C

15:00-15:15

Pascal Petit

Discussion



Session 4: Exoplanets, Habitability and Life

Convener: Dibyendu Nandi

(Thursday 15:45 to Friday 1530)


Time

Speaker

Title

Status

Thursday

20 October


4a


15:45-16:15

Manuel Guedel

Astrophysical Environments and the Origin of Life

I

16:15-16:30

Ximena Abrevaya

Astrobiology, Stellar Radiation and the Quest of Life

C

16:30-16:45

Mekhi Dhesi

Twinkle - A Low Earth Orbit Visible and Infrared Exoplanet Spectroscopy Observatory’ 

C

16:45-17:15

Petrus Martens

Discussions

C

Friday

21 October


4b


09:00-09:30

Vladimir Airapetian

The Environment of the Young Earth in the Perspective of the Young Sun

I

09:30-09:45

Petrus Martens

The Faint Young Sun and Faint Young Stars Paradox

C

09:45-10:00

Aline Vidotto

The effects of M dwarf magnetic fields and winds on potentially habitable planets

C

10:00-10:15

Fabio Del Sordo

Estimating sizes of ExoEarth Magnetospheres

C

10:15-10:30

Dibyendu Nandi

Discussions


10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK




4c


11:00-11:30

Ricky Egeland

Evolution of Chromospheric Activity in Solar Analogs

I,

Metcalf Lecturer

11:30-11:45

Joe Llama

The Impact of Stellar Activity on High Energy Exoplanet Transits

C

11:45-12:00

Patricia Cruz

Detection of Secondary Eclipses of WASP-10b and QATAR-1b in the Ks-Band

C

12:00-12:15

Adriana Valio

Discussions


12:15-12:30




12:30-14:00

LINCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK




4c


14:00-14:30

José-Dias do Nascimento Jr.

The Solar Proxy k1 ceti and the Planetary Habitability of the Young Sun when Life arose on Earth

I

14:30-14:45

Kristina Kislyakova

Electromagnetic induction heating of planetary interiors in the habitable zones of active stars

C

14:45-15:00

Subhanjoy Mohanty

Habitability of Terrestrial-Mass Planets in the HZ of M Dwarfs: H/He Dominated Atmospheres

C

15:00-15:30

Dibyendu Nandi

Discussions

C

15:30-16:00

COFFEE BREAK

COFFEE BREAK


16:00-17:30

SOC, LOC

Closing Session





Invited speakers

Vladimir Airapetian (USA)

Anil Bhardwaj (India)

José Dias do Nascimento (Brazil)

Scott Gregory (UK)

Manuel Guedel (Austria)

Moira Jardine (UK)

Colin Johnstone (Austria)

Laurène Jouve (France)

Eiichiro Kokubo (Japan)

Hiroyuki Maehara (Japan)

Stephen Marsden (Australia)

Pablo Mauas (Argentina)

Rachel Osten (USA)

Alexander Shapiro (Germany)

Antoine Strugarek (Canada)


In addition to invited and contributed talks on the above themes, poster sessions will be organized each day in the evening and during coffee breaks in the day time. It is our intention to have the posters on display throughout the conference to allow for sufficient visibility and scope of interactions.

Session of Future Directions

We also intend to plan one stand-alone session at the end of the conference which will be dedicated towards summarizing the understanding gained from the presentations. In this session, discussions will be held to plan coordinated research activities - cutting across sub-disciplines to address the science of living around active stars; this is expected to have a tangible impact on future research directions in this emergent and exciting field which looks at life in the context of the proximate astrophysical environment and relevant physical processes.

Outreach Activities

Taking advantage of the presence of diverse experts from around the world, and consultation with the IAU Office of Astronomy Outreach and the IAU Office for Astronomy Development, we intend to plan lectures and outreach activities  (before or after the symposium) for the benefit of the regional community. 


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