The program includes a mix of invited (marked as I in the program) and contributed talks (C in the table) as well as sufficient time for discussions (both focused on one subject or open). There will be also space for posters.


Tuesday, October 27th

Session 1: Inner SCALES processes

The innermost part of the disk is an observationally unresolved region where strong magnetic fields funnel the disk material to be accreted on the star and where energetic jets originate. At the same time, these processes are known to vary on short timescales, e.g., the rotational period of the star.

9:00 am Registration opens
10:00 am Welcome, logistics

10:15 am I S. Alencar The connection between magnetic field topology and accretion: an observational perspective Print Abstract
10:45 am I C. Zanni Magnetospheric accretion and protostellar outflows in YSOs: a theoretical perspective Print Abstract

11:15 am Coffee break

11:45 am C S. Edwards Unresolved Wind Diagnostics: Perspective from Forbidden Lines Print Abstract
12:05 pm C S. Gregory Non-dipolar magnetic field models of redshifted absorption in HeI 10830A as a probe of accretion on to young stars Print Abstract
12:25 pm C C. Argiroffi MHD modeling of accretion impacts in Classical T Tauri stars: Observability and diagnostics in UV and X-ray bands Print Abstract
12:45 pm C J. Owen Time-dependant magnetically controlled accretion in YSOs Print Abstract

1:05 pm Lunch break

2:30 pm C I. Bozhinova The accretion zone in very low mass objects: Insights from spectrophotometric monitoring Print Abstract
2:50 pm C L. Venuti Accretion regimes and variability in the young open cluster NGC 2264 Print Abstract
3:10 pm C H. M. Guenther Accretion and outflow in TW Hya Print Abstract
3:30 pm Discussion led by A. Scholz on accretion variability

4:00 pm Coffee break

4:30 pm C F. Massi Physical conditions in disks and winds around Herbig Ae/Be stars from high-resolution, wide-band NIR spectroscopy with GIANO Print Abstract
4:50 pm C R. Garcia-Lopez Probing the accretion-ejection connection with VLTI-AMBER at high spectral resolution Print Abstract
5:10 pm C J. Kluska VLTI/PIONIER images of the brightest inner disk rims, are they all clumpy? Print Abstract
5:30 pm Discussion led by V. Grinin and L. Tambovtseva on modeling of spectro-interferometric observations
6:00 pm End of day


Wednesday, October 28th

Session 2: Outer SCALES processes

On large spatial scales we are able to observe jets and outflows and to charachterize their physical properties in detail. This helps us to understand their origin and whether they are connected to inner disk processes or to large scale magnetic fields and viscosity processes throughout the disk. The secular evolution of both outflows and accretion can then help us to connect the two processes and to provide constraints on current models.

9:00 am I C. Dougados Observations of jet/flow launching regions Print Abstract
9:30 am I G. Lesur Squaring the circle in YSOs: the origin of accretion in weakly ionised protoplanetary discs Print Abstract
10:00 am C T. Downes Global, fully multi-fluid simulations of radially stratified protoplanetary disks Print Abstract
10:20 am C F. Bacciotti Exploring the feedback of asymmetric jets on the orbital motions in protostellar discs Print Abstract
10:40 am Short discussion led by J. Eislöffel

11:00 am Coffee break

11:30 am C S. Sheikhnezami Studying the accretion-ejection structure via 3D MHD simulations: jets from binary system Print Abstract
11:50 am C A. Sanna Gas dynamics driven by a massive YSO - from 0.1 pc down to 100 AU Print Abstract
12:10 pm C R. Ainsworth Protostellar Jets at Very Low Radio Frequencies Print Abstract
12:30 pm   T. Ray Future Facilities - How Can JWST Help Us Understand Accretion and Outflows in Young Stars? Print Abstract

1:00 pm Lunch break

2:30 am C J. Tobin Characterizing Protostars and their Jets from the Centimeter to Far-Infrared Print Abstract
2:50 am C N. Hirano Resolving the central region of the L1448C(N) protostellar jet Print Abstract
3:10 pm C A. Gomez de Castro The effect of disk winds shadowing in accretion disk photo evaporation during the T Tauri phase Print Abstract
3:30 pm   E. Whelan Future Facilities - Investigating Accretion-Ejection Connection with Second Generation VLT Instruments Print Abstract
3:50 pm Short discussion led by B. Nisini

4:10 pm Poster session

7:00 pm Bus to dinner location

7:30 pm Social dinner (see details in the booklet)


Thursday, October 29th

Session 3: Long-term evolution

This session focuses on the dispersal of angular momentum in disks of young stellar objects by accretion, outflows, winds, and other processes such as planet formation. Can we rank their relative importance in the global disk evolution?

9:30 am I X. Bai Towards a Global Evolutionary Picture of Protoplanetary Disks Print Abstract
10:00 am I I. Pascucci Disk Dispersal by Star-driven Photoevaporation: Progress and Perspective Print Abstract
10:30 am C D. Rodgers-Lee Diffusion of Protostellar Low Energy Cosmic Rays in Protoplanetary Disks Print Abstract
10:50 am C C. Manara (for J. Alcalá) X-Shooter study of the Macc vs. Mstar relationship: the case of Lupus young stellar objects Print Abstract

11:10 am Coffee break

11:40 am C E. Rigliaco Observational evidence of disk dispersal mechanisms from optical to mid-ir wavelengths Print Abstract
12:00 am C B. Ercolano Blueshifted collisionally excited emission lines from YSOs: the smoking gun of a wind, but no useful tracers of the driving mechanism Print Abstract
12:20 am Discussion led by S. Edwards

1:00 pm Lunch break

2:00 pm   M. Audard Future Facilities - Accretion and outflows with ASTRO-H, Athena, and SPICA Print Abstract
2:20 pm C E. Vorobyov Variable protostellar accretion with episodic bursts Print Abstract
2:40 pm C C. D'Angelo How does accretion rate variability affect spin period and disc-locking in YSOs? Print Abstract
3:00 pm C M. Vasconcelos Rotational evolution of young, low mass stars Print Abstract
3:20 am Discussion led by S. Cabrit and wrap-up

4:00 pm End of workshop